- 6 ReRanks
- 2 See list ranked by
- 1+ 1,670- 450
the people's #1 Why is this #1?
Diana Gabaldon Outlander, A Breath of Snow and Ashes, Voyager
- 2+ 563- 310
Why is this #2?
Dorothy Dunnett Scales of Gold, The disorderly knights, Race of Scorpions
- 3+ 385- 272
most listed Why is this #3?
Charles Dickens A Tale of Two Cities, Great Expectations, A Christmas Carol
- 4+ 548- 342
Why is this #4?
Ken Follett The Pillars of the Earth, Eye of the Needle, Winter of the World
- 5+ 163- 68
added by 2probb Why is this #5?
Mary Renault The Bull from the Sea, Fire from Heaven, The King Must Die
- 6+ 232- 157
Why is this #6?
Robert Louis Stevenson Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Treasure Island, The Master of ...
- 7+ 149- 63
added by 2probb Why is this #7?
Hilary Mantel Bring Up the Bodies, Wolf Hall, A Place of Greater Safety
- 8+ 345- 259
Why is this #8?
Alexandre Dumas The Count of Monte Cristo, The Three Musketeers, The Black Tulip
- 9+ 163- 97
added by minna05 Why is this #9?
Georgette Heyer Frederica, The Foundling, Regency Buck
- 10+ 241- 164
Why is this #10?
Patrick O'Brian Desolation Island, The Hundred Days, Master and Commander
- 11+ 172- 133
Why is this #11?
Walter Scott Ivanhoe, Rob Roy, The Monastery
- 12+ 131- 54
added by Anna Åhlin Why is this #12?
Umberto Eco The Name of the Rose, Foucault's Pendulum, The Mysterious Flame of Queen ...
- 13+ 211- 166
Why is this #13?
James A. Michener Hawaii, Texas, Tales of the South Pacific
- 14+ 177- 129
Why is this #14?
Robert Graves I, Claudius, Goodbye to All That
- 15+ 81- 23
added by Carolyn Cash Why is this #15?
Sharon Penman The Sunne in Splendour, Cruel as the grave, Here Be Dragons
- 16+ 217- 185
added by Kym Parks Why is this #16?
- 17+ 145- 110
added by Lons Why is this #17?
James Clavell The Great Escape, To Sir, with Love
- 18+ 108- 81
added by Pam Thomas Why is this #18?
Rosemary Sutcliff Sword of the Valiant, The Eagle of the Ninth, Sword at Sunset
- 19+ 157- 130
added by AlfonsoVelascoSendra Why is this #19?
- 20+ 124- 102
added by Lons Why is this #20?
Leon Uris Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, Battle Cry, Exodus
- 21+ 93- 29
ranked low on reranks & added by AKat Why is this #21?
Anya Seton The Winthrop Woman, Dragonwyck, Avalon
- 22+ 223- 139
ranked low on reranks & added by Gillian Jones Why is this #22?
Barbara Erskine Encounters, Hiding from the Light, Midnight is a Lonely Place
- 23+ 65- 43
added by 2probb Why is this #23?
Nathaniel Hawthorne The Scarlet Letter, The Blithedale Romance, The Marble Faun
- 24+ 115- 108
Why is this #24?
Herman Wouk The Winds of War, The Caine Mutiny, The Winds of War
- 25+ 200- 138
ranked low on reranks & added by BeccaMcMaster Why is this #25?
Bernard Cornwell The Winter King, The Fort, The bloody ground
- 26+ 54- 44
added by Anna Åhlin Why is this #26?
Isabel Allende La casa de los espíritus, Daughter of Fortune, Eva Luna
- 27+ 20- 3
added by Arild Tørum Why is this #27?
Leo Tolstoy Anna Karenina, War and Peace, The Death of Ivan Ilyich
- 28+ 66- 41
added by Sandra Perez Gluschankoff Why is this #28?
Elizabeth Chadwick The Conquest, Shields of pride, Greatest Knight: The Unsung Story of the ...
- 29+ 33- 6
added by Willow C. Arune Why is this #29?
C. S. Forester Captain Horatio Hornblower, Captain Horatio Hornblower R.N., The African ...
- 30+ 74- 105
often listed & ranked high on reranks Why is this #30?
Gore Vidal Ben-Hur, Caligula, Myra Breckinridge
- 31+ 73- 100
added by AlfonsoVelascoSendra Why is this #31?
Arturo Pérez-Reverte Comanche Territory, The Fencing Master, The Club Dumas
- 32+ 61- 82
often listed & ranked high on reranks Why is this #32?
George MacDonald Fraser Octopussy, The Four Musketeers, Red Sonja
- 33+ 86- 72
- 34+ 64- 50
ranked low on reranks & added by pc4wheeler Why is this #34?
Winston Graham The Spanish Armadas, Ross Poldark :POLDARK, Jeremy Poldark
- 35+ 10- 3
Why is this #35?
Gabriel García Márquez One Hundred Years of Solitude, Love in the Time of Cholera, The Autumn of ...
- 36+ 86- 80
ranked low on reranks Why is this #36?
Edward Rutherfurd Russka, London, The Forest
- 37+ 51- 78
often listed & ranked high on reranks Why is this #37?
Robert Harris The Ghost Writer, Imperium: A Novel of Ancient Rome, Fatherland
- 38+ 26- 40
often listed & added by 2probb Why is this #38?
Thomas Mann The Magic Mountain, Death in Venice, Buddenbrooks
- 39+ 73- 104
added by Diane Gummer Why is this #39?
Anne Rice Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles, The Queen of the ...
- 40+ 98- 110
Why is this #40?
Joseph Conrad Heart of Darkness, Lord Jim, The Secret Agent
- 41+ 97- 109
Why is this #41?
John Jakes North and South, Heaven and Hell, Love and War
- 42+ 26- 16
added by J. Scott Kenney Why is this #42?
Jack Whyte The Saxon Shore, The Skystone, The Eagle
- 43+ 7- 11
added by Katherine Mann Jensen Why is this #43?
Pauline Gedge House of illusions, The oasis, Lords of the Two Lands
- 44+ 41- 37
added by 2probb Why is this #44?
Sigrid Undset The snake pit, Kristin Lavransdatter, The Cross
- 45+ 7- 1
added by Erica Beck Why is this #45?
C. J. Sansom Sovereign, Winter in Madrid, Dissolution
- 46+ 67- 88
added by dougr Why is this #46?
Wilbur A. Smith Shout at the Devil, Gold, A Time to Die
- 47+ 8- 3
added by Arild Tørum Why is this #47?
Stendhal The Red and the Black, The Charterhouse of Parma, Spicy food
- 48+ 16- 15
added by RonniCaitlinGabrielleBaer Why is this #48?
Norah Lofts 7 Women, The Lost Queen, You're Best Alone
- 49+ 33- 41
added by Agustin Baquero Why is this #49?
Maurice Druon Five Miles to Midnight, La Louve de France, The Iron King
- 50+ 43- 56
added by Konnoisseur411 Why is this #50?
William Styron Sophie's Choice, The Confessions of Nat Turner, Darkness Visible Sophie's Choice and The Confessions of Nat Turner.