100 Top Readings since I joined Listology

  1. Foucault's Pendulum, Umberto Eco (n)
  2. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, J. K. Rowling (n)
  3. City of Glass, Paul Auster (nll)
  4. The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger, Stephen King (n)
  5. In a Grove, Akutagawa Ryunosuke (s)
  6. The Name of the Rose, Umberto Eco (n)
  7. Beauty and Sadness, Yasunari Kawabata (n)
  8. Guards! Guards!, Terry Pratchett (n)
  9. Robinson Crusoe, Daniel Defoe (n)
  10. Oblivion, David Foster Wallace (s)
  11. It, Stephen King (n)
  12. The Dark Tower II: The Dawning of the Three (n)
  13. Kinka, Mori Ogai (s)
  14. Never Let Me Go, Kazuo Ishiguro (n)
  15. Mister Squishy, David Foster Wallace (s)
  16. (lit. The Continuity of Parks), Julio Cortázar (s)
  17. (lit. Death in Shanghai), Juan Marín (nll)
  18. Carrie, Stephen King (n)
  19. The House of the Hacthet, Robert Bloch (s)
  20. As I Lay Dying, William Faulkner (n)
  21. Lisey`s Story, Stephen King (n)
  22. (lit. Shipwreck), Juan Marín (nll)
  23. The Eyes Have It, Philip K. Dick (s)
  24. Hanako, Mori Ogai (s)
  25. (lit. The Veiled Mirrors), Jorge Luis Borges (s)
  26. The Dancing Girl of Izu, Yasunari Kawabata (s)
  27. The Tunnel, Ernesto Sábato (nll)
  28. Cogwheel, Ryunosuke Akatawaba (s)
  29. Kar, Orhan Pamuk (n)
  30. (lit. Martian Music), Álvaro Bisama (n)
  31. The Tales of Beedle the Bard, J. K. Rowling (sb)
  32. Less than Zero, Bret Easton Ellis (n)
  33. Snow Country, Yasunari Kawabata (n)
  34. Japanese Cinema, Stuart Galbraith and Paul Duncan (t)
  35. The Soul is not a Smithy, David Foster Wallace (s)
  36. The Last Test, H.P. Lovecraft and Adolphe de Castro (s)
  37. (lit. Dialogue about a Dialogue), Jorge Luis Borges (s)
  38. Report on the Barnhouse Effect, Kurt Vonnegut (s)
  39. Stanley Kubrick, Paul Duncan (t)
  40. Incarnations of Burned Children, David Foster Wallace (s)
  41. Bag of Bones, Stephen King (n)
  42. Koto, Yasunari Kawabata (n)
  43. Berenice, Edgar A. Poe
  44. The Seed in the Sand, Volodia Teitelboim (n)
  45. Enoch, Robert Bloch (s)
  46. Good Omens, Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman (n)
  47. Poetics, Aristotle (eb)
  48. Fight Club, Chuck Palahniuk (n)
  49. The Death of Jack Hamilton, Stephen King (s)
  50. To Love America and Manifestating for Peace, Umberto Eco (e)
  51. Do Easy, William Burroughs (e)
  52. Frankenstein or the New Prometheus, Mary Shelley (n)
  53. (lit. Black Box), Álvaro Bisama (n)
  54. The Autumn of the Patriarch, Gabriel García Márquez (n)
  55. Argumentum ornithologicum, Jorge Luis Borges (s)
  56. (lit. the Plot), Jorge Luis Borges (s)
  57. (lit. The Knowledge and the Passion), Héctor Soto (e)
  58. (lit. Classic Vampires), Luciano Sarraceno (eb)
  59. (lit. We are all Critics), Héctor Soto (e)
  60. Open the Window para que la mosca Fly, Jaime Espinal (n)
  61. The Life of Lazarillo de Tormes and of His Fortunes and Adversities, Anonymous (n)
  62. The Swindler, Francisco de Quevedo (n)
  63. Ghosts, Paul Auster (nll)
  64. Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption, Stephen King (s)
  65. (lit. The Captive), Jorge Luis Borges (s)
  66. Animal Farm, George Orwell (n)
  67. Sturgeon in Orbit, Theodore Sturgeon (sb)
  68. Atsumori, Zeami Motokiyo (p)
  69. Ikuta, Zembo Motoyasu (p)
  70. (lit. Submerged: The sinking of the first chilean submarine), Gazi Jalil (r)
  71. Notes on Camp, Susan Sontag (e)
  72. The Golden Man, Philip K. Dick (s)
  73. (lit. Homage to César Paladión), Jorge Luis Borges and Adolfo Bioy Cáceres (ex)
  74. (lit. An Evening with Ramón Bonavena), Jorge Luis Borges and Adolfo Bioy Cáceres (ex)
  75. Exercises in Style, Raymond Queneau (ex)
  76. (lit. Dead Stars), Álvaro Bisama (n)
  77. The Unfinished, D. T. Max (r)
  78. Kesa and Morito, Akutagawa Ryunosuke (s)
  79. The Hanging Stranger, Philip K. Dick (s)
  80. Against Interpretation, Susan Sontag (e)
  81. Shinju, Mori Ogai (s)
  82. (lit. Book of All Things and Much More), Francisco de Quevedo (ex)
  83. You Are Here, Chuck Palahniuk (e)
  84. My Life as a Dog, Chuck Palahniuk (e)
  85. Prooved Innocent, Gerard Conlon (m)
  86. Asobi, Mori Ogai (s)
  87. Dracula's Guest, Bram Stoker (s)
  88. Nowhere without her, Colin Evans (s)
  89. (lit. The Movie of the End of the World: Aparitions and dissaparitions of the Villa Alemana's Virgin), Àlvaro Bisama (r)
  90. Autopsy Room Number Four, Stephen King (s)
  91. Coraline, Neil Gaiman (n)
  92. The Thing at the Doorstep, H.P. Lovecraft (s)
  93. Hell Screen, Akutagawa Ryunosuke (s)
  94. The Shambler from the Stars, Robert Bloch (s)
  95. The Stranger's Room, Choi In-ho (s)
  96. Sem'ya Vurdalaka, Alexei Tolstoi (s)
  97. Five Weeks on a Balloon, Jules Verne (n)
  98. Big Red Son, David Foster Wallace (e)
  99. The Crisis of Islam: Holy War and Unholy Terror, Bernard Lewis (nfb)
  100. (lit. Thirty Years), Héctor Soto (e)
Author Comments: 

I'll stop when I get a decent number.
(e) = essay
(eb) = essay book
(ex) = experimental
(m) = memoir
(n) = novel
(nfb) = non fiction book
(nll) = novella
(p) = play
(pg) = poem group
(po) = poetry
(r) = reportage
(s) = short story
(sb) = short story book
(sc) = script
(t) = Taschen

I love this list! It gives me some ideas.

Suggestion, try to be constant with the legends of your lists. You put (p) for "play" here and (p) for "poetry" in the 2009 list.

Sorry, I'll do. Thank you for the commentary.

Oh, but I must say thanks to you for your ideas. Your lists have inspired me to do mine, on the same style.