The Lord of the Rings， Author: J. R. R. Tolkien# of sold copies: 150 millionFirst edition: 1954 after being filmed， and plays on our imagination， wishes and inspiration. where immortal1 a very truthful2 message that literally3 nothing is impossible. Tolkien did a wonderful job in creating a living world and it will take a long time before his legacy4 - to that.Dream of the Red Chamber5， Author: Cao Xueqin# of sold copies: 100 millionFirst edition: 1759 that China is indeed a big country and consequently， on the Chinese market has its charms. Although I personally never heard about this book in particular before， the numbers do not lie and over one hundred million sold copies seized the second place in our list.Dream of the Red Chamber is one of the Four Great Classical Novels， as they call them in China. It depicts6 traditional Chinese cuisine7， mythology8， proverbs etc. It is based on the author's own experience with the Chinese aristocracy in the 18th century.And Then There Were None， Author: Agatha Christie# of sold copies: 100 millionFirst edition: 1939It's hardly a surprise that Agatha Christie as one of the best authors of detective novels out there made it to our top ten books list. She is wel by originally calling this book "Ten Little Niggers" - the name was changed to the current And Then There Were None so that it is not offensive towards Afro-Americans.And what's going on in this book? Simply put， of murders and they start dying， one by one - but you'll have to read it yourself， to detective stories.The Lion， The Witch and the Wardrobe， Author: C. S. Lewis# of sold copies: 85 millionFirst edition: 1950 heroes. The Lion， The Witch and the Wardrobe is but one part of a gigantic masterpiece describing a strange world full of magic and strange creatures somehow co-existing with our own.4 siblings9 named Peter， Edmund， and Lucy enter the world of Narnia through a wardrobe， only to find out that they are both persona non grata and expected saviors. In case you were thinking that Chronicles of Narnia and LOTR are a bit similar at times， keep in mind that Lewis and Tolkien were very close friends， in fact Lewis helped Tolkien with a few passages in LOTR.The Da Vinci Code， Author: Dan Brown# of sold copies: 80 millionFirst edition: 2003 book release in the 21st century no longer depends simply on writing a good book， but also on the marketing10 managed that， selling 80 million copies over 7 years is simply remarkable11. story depicting12 a cohesion13 beliefs and the modern world. You should fasten your seat belts before you start reading it， the pace is quick and you could easily get off track!