My favorite readings, Top 1000

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  1. The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
  2. The Arrival, Shaun Tan
  3. Through the Looking-Glass, Lewis Carroll
  4. Alice in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll
  5. The Greek Myths, Robert Graves
  6. The Wall, Marlen Haushofer
  7. Fictions, Jorge Luis Borges
  8. At the Mountains of Madness, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  9. The Mysterious Island, Jules Verne
  10. Selected Tales, Hans Christian Andersen
  11. Selected Tales, Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm
  12. The Aleph: Stories, Jorge Luis Borges
  13. Selected Poems, Percy Bysshe Shelley
  14. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  15. Red Tree, Shaun Tan
  16. The Lady or the Tiger?, Frank Richard Stockton
  17. The Phantom of the Opera, Gaston Leroux
  18. In Cold Blood, Truman Capote
  19. (lit. Legends of Norse Mythology), Jean Mabire
  20. Dune, Frank Herbert
  21. The Martian Chronicles, Ray Bradbury
  22. Earth from Above: 366 Days, Yann Arthus-Bertrand
  23. The Art Of War, Sun Tzu
  24. Animal Farm, George Orwell
  25. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson
  26. Life, the Universe and Everything, Douglas Adams
  27. In the Penal Colony, Franz Kafka
  28. Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, John le Carré
  29. Persepolis, Marjane Satrapi
  30. Medea, Jean Anouilh
  31. The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, Victor Hugo
  32. Ball of Fat, Guy de Maupassant
  33. The Picture of Dorian Gray, Oscar Wilde
  34. 2001: A Space Odyssey, Arthur C. Clarke
  35. The Restaurant at the End of the Universe, Douglas Adams
  36. The Birds, Daphne du Maurier
  37. In the Walls of Eryx, Howard Phillips Lovecraft and Kenneth Sterling
  38. World War Z, Max Brooks
  39. The Herbarium of the Fairies, Benjamin Lacombe and Sébastien Perez
  40. The Invisible Collection, Stefan Zweig
  41. The Royal Game, Stefan Zweig
  42. A Hunger Artist, Franz Kafka
  43. The Burrow, Franz Kafka
  44. Perfume, Patrick Süskind
  45. The Portrait, Nikolai Gogol
  46. Demolishing Nisard, Éric Chevillard
  47. The Obscure Cities #2: Fever in Urbicand, François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters
  48. Batman: The Killing Joke, Alan Moore and Brian Bolland
  49. George Sprott: 1894-1975, Seth
  50. The Black Cat, Edgar Allan Poe
  51. The Horla, Guy de Maupassant
  52. The Necklace, Guy de Maupassant
  53. The Velveteen Rabbit, Margery Williams Bianco
  54. William Wilson, Edgar Allan Poe
  55. Kafka for Beginners, David Zane Mairowitz and Robert Crumb
  56. The Little Prince, Joann Sfar
  57. The Great Wall of China, Franz Kafka
  58. La Veneziana, Vladimir Nabokov
  59. I, Claudius, Robert Graves
  60. Medea, Euripides
  61. Oedipus the King, Sophocles
  62. We Have Always Lived in the Castle, Shirley Jackson
  63. Sketches from a Nameless Land, Shaun Tan
  64. The City Coat of Arms, Franz Kafka
  65. Curtain, Agatha Christie
  66. The Mystery of the Yellow Room, Gaston Leroux
  67. Tintin #18: The Calculus Affair, Hergé
  68. The Crucible, Arthur Miller
  69. Othello, William Shakespeare
  70. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Judi Barrett and Ron Barrett
  71. Sherlock Holmes Was Wrong: Reopening the Case of the Hound of the Baskervilles, Pierre Bayard
  72. Germinal, Émile Zola
  73. Novecento, Alessandro Baricco
  74. Wuthering Heights, Emily Brontë
  75. Trojan Women, Euripides
  76. The Ladies' Paradise, Émile Zola
  77. The River King, Alice Hoffman
  78. Possession, Antonia Susan Byatt
  79. A Taste of Chlorine, Bastien Vivès
  80. Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, Philip Kindred Dick
  81. Letter from an Unknown Woman, Stefan Zweig
  82. Tintin #8: King Ottokar's Sceptre, Hergé
  83. Tintin #5: The Blue Lotus, Hergé
  84. Tintin #17: Explorers on the Moon, Hergé
  85. Tintin #16: Destination Moon, Hergé
  86. The Vulture, Franz Kafka
  87. Metzengerstein, Edgar Allan Poe
  88. The Obscure Cities #3: The Tower, François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters
  89. War Game, Philip Kindred Dick
  90. The Handmaid's Tale, Margaret Atwood
  91. To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee
  92. A Crossbreed, Franz Kafka
  93. The Metamorphosis, Franz Kafka
  94. Selected Poems, Edgar Allan Poe
  95. A. O. Barnabooth: His Poems, Valery Larbaud
  96. The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Jean Giraudoux
  97. Tales from Outer Suburbia, Shaun Tan
  98. (lit. Trees Also Cry), Irène Cohen-Janca and Maurizio Quarello
  99. The Fall of the House of Usher, Edgar Allan Poe
  100. (lit. The Enchanter), René Barjavel

  101. The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul, Douglas Adams
  102. Asterix #20: Asterix in Corsica, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  103. Asterix #1: Asterix the Gaul, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  104. L.A. Confidential, James Ellroy
  105. The Black Dahlia, James Ellroy
  106. The Queen Of Atlantis, Pierre Benoit
  107. Children of Dune, Frank Herbert
  108. Dune Messiah, Frank Herbert
  109. The Accursed Kings #1: The Iron King, Maurice Druon
  110. The Accursed Kings #6: The Lily and the Lion, Maurice Druon
  111. The Art of Asking Your Boss for a Raise, Georges Perec
  112. (lit. Haikus from Prison), Antoine Volodine (Lutz Bassmann)
  113. Tintin #21: The Castafiore Emerald, Hergé
  114. Watchmen, Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons
  115. Exit the King, Eugène Ionesco
  116. Life: A User's Manual, Georges Perec
  117. Jane Eyre, Charlotte Brontë
  118. Jezabel, Jean Anouilh
  119. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Joanne K. Rowling
  120. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Joanne K. Rowling
  121. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Joanne K. Rowling
  122. A Wonder-Book, Nathaniel Hawthorne
  123. Cyrano, Taï-Marc Le Thanh and Rébecca Dautremer
  124. The Little Match Girl, Hans Christian Andersen and Mayalen Goust
  125. Angels & Insects, Antonia Susan Byatt
  126. Selected Short Poems, Lord Byron
  127. The Overcoat, Nikolai Gogol
  128. The Lottery: Stories, Shirley Jackson
  129. The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar, Edgar Allan Poe
  130. I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream, Harlan Ellison
  131. Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Suetonius
  132. And Then There Were None, Agatha Christie
  133. Betty Blue, Philippe Djian
  134. The Mists of Avalon, Marion Zimmer Bradley
  135. The Girl in the Castle Inside the Museum, Kate Bernheimer and Nicoletta Ceccoli
  136. The Obscure Cities #1: The Great Walls of Samaris, François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters
  137. The Golden Pot, Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann
  138. The Sandman, Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann
  139. Ignaz Denner, Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann
  140. The Hypnotist, Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann
  141. Primogeniture, Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann
  142. (lit. The Book of Travel), Bernard Werber
  143. Tales of Mother Goose, Charles Perrault
  144. Julius Caesar, William Shakespeare
  145. Collected Poems, Arthur Rimbaud
  146. Peter and the Wolf, Miguelanxo Prado
  147. Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen
  148. The Prisoner Of Chillon, Lord Byron
  149. Journey to the Center of the Earth, Jules Verne
  150. Persuasion, Jane Austen
  151. Of Mice and Men, John Steinbeck
  152. The Old Man and the Sea, Ernest Hemingway
  153. The Great Gatsby, Francis Scott Fitzgerald
  154. A Midsummer Night's Dream, William Shakespeare
  155. Titus Andronicus, Williams Shakespeare
  156. Hamlet, William Shakespeare
  157. Macbeth, William Shakespeare
  158. Selected Poems, Thomas Stearns Eliot
  159. So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish, Douglas Adams
  160. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams
  161. Cat's Cradle, Kurt Vonnegut
  162. (lit. The Encyclopedia of Relative and Absolute Knowledge), Bernard Werber
  163. (lit. Little Vampire and the Dream of Tokyo), Joann Sfar
  164. The Witches, Roald Dahl
  165. The Princess of Montpensier, Madame de La Fayette
  166. Asterix #15: Asterix and the Roman Agent, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  167. Asterix #22: Asterix and the Great Crossing, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  168. Asterix #5: Asterix and the Banquet, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  169. Asterix #12: Asterix at the Olympic Games, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  170. Asterix #4: Asterix the Gladiator, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  171. Asterix #3: Asterix and the Goths, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  172. Asterix #6: Asterix and Cleopatra, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  173. Her Lover, Albert Cohen
  174. Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, Jules Verne
  175. Twentieth Century Eightball, Daniel Clowes
  176. Second Variety, Philip Kindred Dick
  177. Black Hole, Charles Burns
  178. Christiane F: Autobiography of a Girl of the Streets and Heroin Addict, Kai Hermann and Horst Rieck
  179. The Apple Tree, Daphne du Maurier
  180. (lit. Sandcastle), Pierre-Oscar Lévy and Frederik Peeters
  181. Antigone, Jean Anouilh
  182. Lost in Austen, Emma Campbell Webster
  183. The Story of "Japanese Military Sex Slaves", Jung Kyung-a
  184. The Accursed Kings #4: The Royal Succession, Maurice Druon
  185. Don't Trifle with Love, Alfred de Musset
  186. The Castle, Franz Kafka
  187. The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrún, John Ronald Reuel Tolkien
  188. The Bald Soprano, Eugène Ionesco
  189. The Edge, Agatha Christie
  190. Patriotism, Yukio Mishima
  191. Dojoji, Yukio Mishima
  192. Embers, Sándor Márai
  193. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle
  194. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle
  195. The Double, Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky
  196. Maus, Art Spiegelman
  197. Zahra's Paradise, Amir Soltani and Khalil
  198. The Nightingale and the Rose, Oscar Wilde
  199. The Music of Erich Zann, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  200. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Jacob Grimm, Wilhelm Grimm and Benjamin Lacombe

  201. Jacques Callot, Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann
  202. The Oval Portrait, Edgar Allan Poe
  203. The Importance of Being Earnest, Oscar Wilde
  204. Eat Him if You Like, Jean Teulé
  205. Before Night Falls, Reinaldo Arenas
  206. Marie-Antoinette, Simone Bertière
  207. Batman: Arkham Asylum, Grant Morrison and Dave McKean
  208. Pickman's Model, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  209. The Cask of Amontillado, Edgar Allan Poe
  210. Berenice, Edgar Allan Poe
  211. The Hound, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  212. A Common Confusion, Franz Kafka
  213. Cool Air, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  214. The Outsider, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  215. The Hate Verses, Dorothy Parker
  216. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Joanne K. Rowling
  217. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Joanne K. Rowling
  218. The Purloined Letter, Edgar Allan Poe
  219. The Book of Sand: Stories, Jorge Luis Borges
  220. (lit. Macabre's Tales), Edgar Allan Poe and Benjamin Lacombe
  221. Ondine, Jean Giraudoux
  222. Pyongyang, Guy Delisle
  223. Batman: Long Halloween, Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale
  224. Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare
  225. The Pit and the Pendulum, Edgar Allan Poe
  226. The Masque of the Red Death, Edgar Allan Poe
  227. The Nose, Nikolai Gogol
  228. The Accursed Kings #2: The Strangled Queen, Maurice Druon
  229. The Accursed Kings #5: The She-Wolf of France, Maurice Druon
  230. (lit. The Miner and the Baker), Muriel Diallo
  231. Dangerous Liaisons, Pierre Choderlos de Laclos
  232. Notebook, Agota Kristof
  233. A Void, Georges Perec
  234. (lit. Little Vampire and the Green Santa Clauses), Joann Sfar
  235. The Diary of a Young Girl, Anne Frank
  236. (lit. Journey to the Islands of Desolation), Emmanuel Lepage
  237. (lit. Jason and the Golden Fleece), Christine Palluy and Giorgio Baroni
  238. The Bewitched, Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly
  239. An Elderly Mistress, Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly
  240. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll and Rébecca Dautremer
  241. The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, Agatha Christie
  242. (lit. Mythology Told by Painters), Marie Bertherat
  243. (lit. The God Question), Oscar Brenifier and Jacques Després
  244. The Giving Tree, Shel Silverstein
  245. (lit. A Page of History), Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly
  246. (lit. From My Eyes), Bastien Vivès
  247. All Alone, Christophe Chabouté
  248. 80 Days, Nicolas Vadot and Olivier Guéret
  249. Eight O'Clock in the Morning, Ray Nelson
  250. Electra, Jean Giraudoux
  251. (lit. Poor Zheroes), Baru
  252. Streak of Chalk, Miguelanxo Prado
  253. People, Peter Spier
  254. The Fall, Albert Camus
  255. Cat On a Hot Tin Roof, Tennessee Williams
  256. The Nameless City, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  257. Princess Allbring, Patacrúa and Javier Solchaga
  258. Richard III, William Shakespeare
  259. The Judgment, Franz Kafka
  260. The Midwich Cuckoos, John Wyndham
  261. Exercises in Style, Raymond Queneau
  262. Tanglewood Tales, Nathaniel Hawthorne
  263. Claudius the God, Robert Graves
  264. Getting Even, Woody Allen
  265. Side Effects, Woody Allen
  266. The Seven Bridges, Yukio Mishima
  267. The Big Nowhere, James Ellroy
  268. Lady Windermere's Fan, Oscar Wilde
  269. Carmen, Prosper Mérimée
  270. She, Henry Rider Haggard
  271. Breakfast at Tiffany's, Truman Capote
  272. Vanity Fair, William Makepeace Thackeray
  273. The Master of Go, Yasunari Kawabata
  274. The Bee-Man of Orn, Frank Richard Stockton
  275. The Hunting of the Snark, Lewis Carroll
  276. The World Inside, Robert Silverberg
  277. Selected Short Stories, Ambrose Bierce
  278. The Devil's Dictionary, Ambrose Bierce
  279. Coraline, Neil Gaiman and Philip Craig Russell
  280. Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and His Family, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  281. My Valley, Claude Ponti
  282. Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency, Douglas Adams
  283. Asterix #19: Asterix and the Soothsayer, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  284. Asterix #30: Asterix and Obelix All at Sea, Albert Uderzo
  285. Asterix #2: Asterix and the Golden Sickle, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  286. (lit. The Ghost Ship, View From The Orchestra), Jean-Claude Forest
  287. The Dictionary of Imaginary Places, Alberto Manguel and Gianni Guadalupi
  288. Selected Poems, Dylan Thomas
  289. Selected Short Poems, Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  290. Little Nemo in Slumberland, Winsor McCay
  291. Walking Dead #5: The Best Defense, Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard
  292. Fables, Aesop
  293. Fables, Jean de La Fontaine
  294. Black Summer, Warren Ellis and Juan Jose Ryp
  295. Cruel Tales, Auguste de Villiers de l'Isle-Adam
  296. (lit. Sailor Moon #11: The Princess Kaguya), Naoko Takeuchi
  297. Where's Wally? The Fantastic Journey, Martin Handford
  298. The Obscure Cities #8: The Invisible Frontier #1, François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters
  299. (lit. The Obscure Cities #6: The Leaned Child), François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters
  300. (lit. The Obscure Cities #7: The Shadow of a Man), François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters

  301. (lit. Marie d'Agoult, George Sand: Letters), Charles F. Dupêchez
  302. The Stepford Wives, Ira Levin
  303. Dali: The Paintings, Robert Descharnes and Gilles Néret
  304. (lit. Women in Ancient Egypt), Christian Jacq
  305. The Spectacles, Edgar Allan Poe
  306. Maelzel's Chess Player, Edgar Allan Poe
  307. An Ideal Husband, Oscar Wilde
  308. A Country Doctor, Franz Kafka
  309. Hypnos, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  310. Green Patches, Isaac Asimov
  311. The Rotters' Club, Jonathan Coe
  312. The Great LIFE Photographers, John Loengard and Gordon Parks
  313. (lit. Silence), Didier Comès
  314. The Beggar, Guy de Maupassant
  315. Selected Poems, Philip Larkin
  316. Selected Poems, Mary Elizabeth Frye
  317. The Accursed Kings #3: The Poisoned Crown, Maurice Druon
  318. Earth from Above for Young Readers, Yann Arthus-Bertrand
  319. Selected Poems, John Godfrey Saxe
  320. Selected Poems, Paul Éluard
  321. The Rights of the Reader, Daniel Pennac
  322. The Philosophy of Furniture, Edgar Allan Poe
  323. The Philosophy of Composition, Edgar Allan Poe
  324. (lit. Fairy Tale For Average People), Boris Vian
  325. 3 Seconds, Marc-Antoine Mathieu
  326. Josephine the Singer, or The Mouse Folk, Franz Kafka
  327. Mr. Peabody's Apples, Madonna Louise Ciccone and Loren Long
  328. Antony and Cleopatra, William Shakespeare
  329. Sense and Sensibility, Jane Austen
  330. The Obscure Cities #5: Brusel, François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters
  331. The Lesson, Eugène Ionesco
  332. The Turn of the Screw, Henry James
  333. The Bonfire of the Vanities, Tom Wolfe
  334. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Roald Dahl
  335. The Island of the Fay, Edgar Allan Poe
  336. The Drunkard, Émile Zola
  337. Lydie, Jordi Lafebre and Zidrou
  338. Kiki de Montparnasse, José-Louis Bocquet and Catel Muller
  339. The Hunger Games #3: Mockingjay, Suzanne Collins
  340. Prometheus, Franz Kafka
  341. (lit. The Ultimate Challenge of Sherlock Holmes), Olivier Cotte and Jules Stromboni
  342. Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Frank Miller and Klaus Janson
  343. Batman: Year One, Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli
  344. (lit. Last Inventory Before Liquidation), Frédéric Beigbeder
  345. The Hug Therapy Book, Kathleen Keating and Mimi Noland
  346. Confusion, Stefan Zweig
  347. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, John Berendt
  348. SCUM Manifesto, Valerie Solanas
  349. Selected Poems, Rudyard Kipling
  350. On Blondes, Joanna Pitman
  351. Swing Cafe, Carl Norac and Rébecca Dautremer
  352. (lit. Book of the Great Philosophical Opposites), Oscar Brenifier and Jacques Després
  353. (lit. The Russian Lover), Gilles Leroy
  354. Confessions of a Mask, Yukio Mishima
  355. Young Törless, Robert Musil
  356. The Adversary, Emmanuel Carrère
  357. Cruising, Gerald Walker
  358. The Fairy Gunmother, Daniel Pennac
  359. Monsieur Malaussene, Daniel Pennac
  360. The Glass Menagerie, Tennessee Williams
  361. The Cloven Viscount, Italo Calvino
  362. (lit. Praises), Martine Doucet
  363. Fear and Trembling, Amélie Nothomb
  364. The Libertine, Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt
  365. Neck, Roald Dahl
  366. Dip in the Pool, Roald Dahl
  367. The Sound Machine, Roald Dahl
  368. The Gargoyle on the Roof, Jack Prelutsky and Peter Sis
  369. (lit. In the Land of Clouds), Riccardo Geminiani and Nicoletta Ceccoli
  370. Little Black Book of Stories, Antonia Susan Byatt
  371. The Murders in the Rue Morgue, Edgar Allan Poe
  372. Story #1, Eugène Ionesco and Etienne Delessert
  373. Story #2, Eugène Ionesco and Etienne Delessert
  374. Coward, Guy de Maupassant
  375. The Tell-Tale Heart, Edgar Allan Poe
  376. (lit. Gesture), Anne-Marie Alonzo
  377. The Proclamation, Franz Kafka
  378. Fellowship, Franz Kafka
  379. Investigations of a Dog, Franz Kafka
  380. A Little Fable, Franz Kafka
  381. A Little Woman, Franz Kafka
  382. Fear, Stefan Zweig
  383. The Obscure Cities #4: The Road to Armilia, François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters
  384. Blumfeld, an Elderly Bachelor, Franz Kafka
  385. The Shunned House, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  386. The Vagina Monologues, Eve Ensler
  387. The Maltese Falcon, Dashiell Hammett
  388. The Griffin and the Minor Canon, Frank Richard Stockton
  389. The Door: Poems, Margaret Atwood
  390. The Circle Game: Poems, Margaret Atwood
  391. The Vampyre, John William Polidori
  392. Chicken with Plums, Marjane Satrapi
  393. The Canterville Ghost, Oscar Wilde
  394. Burma Chronicles, Guy Delisle
  395. Silk, Alessandro Baricco
  396. The Empire of the Ants, Bernard Werber
  397. (lit. The Day of the Ants), Bernard Werber
  398. (lit. The Woman and the Nature), Stefan Zweig
  399. Poison, Roald Dahl
  400. The God of Carnage, Yasmina Reza

  401. Phaedra, Jean Racine
  402. The Catcher in the Rye, Jerome David Salinger
  403. Fire in the Blood, Irène Némirovsky
  404. Don Juan on Trial, Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt
  405. Casual Knowledge of a Craft, Stefan Zweig
  406. The Remarkable Rocket, Oscar Wilde
  407. The Devoted Friend, Oscar Wilde
  408. The Pearl, Yukio Mishima
  409. Lord of the Flies, William Golding
  410. Quidditch Through the Ages, Joanne K. Rowling (Kennilworthy Whisp)
  411. This is Greece, Miroslav Sasek
  412. This is Paris, Miroslav Sasek
  413. This is London, Miroslav Sasek
  414. This is Venice, Miroslav Sasek
  415. Wind, Sand and Stars, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
  416. From Beyond, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  417. Around the World in Eighty Days, Jules Verne
  418. Shenzhen, Guy Delisle
  419. Sin City #4: That Yellow Bastard, Frank Miller
  420. Sin City #3: The Big Fat Kill, Frank Miller
  421. Sin City #1: Sin City, Frank Miller
  422. (lit. The Obscure Cities #10: The Chaos Theory #1), François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters
  423. Rhinoceros, Eugène Ionesco
  424. Phantasmagoria, Lewis Carroll
  425. Siegfried the Mighty Warrior, Maria Luisa Gefaell de Vivanco
  426. (lit. An Egyptian Artisan Village Under Ramesses IV: Deir El-Medina), Viviane Koenig and Michel Jay
  427. (lit. The Atlas of Castles), Brigitte Coppin
  428. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Lyman Frank Baum
  429. Celebrated Crimes: The Borgias, Alexandre Dumas
  430. The Minority Report, Philip Kindred Dick
  431. Oh, to Be a Blobel!, Philip Kindred Dick
  432. Address Unknown, Kressmann Taylor
  433. The Hound of the Baskervilles, Arthur Conan Doyle
  434. (lit. The Soul of the Wind), Jung-Hi Oh
  435. Handbook of Behaviour Little Girls To Be Used In Educational Establishments, Pierre Louÿs
  436. V for Vendetta, Alan Moore and David Lloyd
  437. Nightfall, Isaac Asimov
  438. Hostess, Isaac Asimov
  439. Nana, Émile Zola
  440. Less Than Zero, Bret Easton Ellis
  441. The Rules of Attraction, Bret Easton Ellis
  442. Selected Poems, Gabriel-Charles de Lattaignant
  443. (lit. Huts Seeds), Philippe Lechermeier and Éric Puybaret
  444. (lit. First Poems For All My Life), Jean-Hugues Malineau
  445. The City and the Pillar, Gore Vidal
  446. A Descent into the Maelstrom, Edgar Allan Poe
  447. MS. Found in a Bottle, Edgar Allan Poe
  448. We Can Remember It for You Wholesale, Philip Kindred Dick
  449. Selected Short Stories, Wang Wenxing
  450. Selected Poems, Michèle Lalonde
  451. Look-Alikes, Joan Steiner
  452. (lit. The Ink of the Past), Antoine Bauza and Maël
  453. The Color Pixie, Chiara Carrer
  454. Pompeii, Peter Connolly
  455. (lit. Sailor Moon #6: The Nemesis Planet), Naoko Takeuchi
  456. Rosemary's Baby, Ira Levin
  457. The Vampire of Ropraz, Jacques Chessex
  458. The Foretelling, Alice Hoffman
  459. The Hobbit, John Ronald Reuel Tolkien
  460. (lit. To Understand Ancient Rome), Jean-Michel Thibaux
  461. The Vampire Lestat, Anne Rice
  462. Interview with the Vampire, Anne Rice
  463. Let Me Go!, Anne Claire Poirier and Marie-Claire Blais
  464. Selected Poems, Alphonse de Lamartine
  465. Selected Poems, Lawrence Raab
  466. Tintin #7: The Black Island, Hergé
  467. Tintin #20: Tintin in Tibet, Hergé
  468. Tintin #14: Prisoners of the Sun, Hergé
  469. Tintin #23: Tintin and the Picaros, Hergé
  470. Tintin #12: Red Rackham's Treasure, Hergé
  471. Tintin #11: The Secret of the Unicorn, Hergé
  472. Tintin #6: The Broken Ear, Hergé
  473. Tintin #10: The Shooting Star, Hergé
  474. Imposter, Philip Kindred Dick
  475. What the Dead Men Say, Philip Kindred Dick
  476. Voynich Manuscript, Anonymus
  477. Selected Poems, Robert Louis Stevenson
  478. Codex Hammurabi, Hammurabi
  479. Hallucinating Foucault, Patricia Duncker
  480. The Liar, Henry James
  481. Smiley's People, John le Carré
  482. The Unparalleled Adventure of One Hans Pfaall, Edgar Allan Poe
  483. Don Juan, Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann
  484. Ritter Gluck, Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann
  485. Caligula, Albert Camus
  486. The She-Devils, Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly
  487. The Black Book of Color, Menena Cottin and Rosana Faría
  488. The Killer, Eugène Ionesco
  489. The Hunger Games #1, Suzanne Collins
  490. Leporella, Stefan Zweig
  491. Nevsky Prospect, Nikolai Gogol
  492. Oliver Twist, Charles Dickens
  493. Murder on the Orient Express, Agatha Christie
  494. The Family, Mario Puzo
  495. Bridget Jones's Diary, Helen Fielding
  496. Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, Helen Fielding
  497. The Princess of Cleves, Madame de La Fayette
  498. Tales of Thailand, Pira Sudham
  499. The Prince, Niccolò Machiavelli
  500. Ghost World, Daniel Clowes

  501. Lord Arthur Savile's Crime, Oscar Wilde
  502. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Ken Kesey
  503. Bel-Ami, Guy de Maupassant
  504. Hunger, Knut Hamsun
  505. Cranford, Elizabeth Gaskell
  506. Britannicus, Jean Racine
  507. (lit. Peplum), Amélie Nothomb
  508. (lit. Sailor Moon #8: The Infinite College), Naoko Takeuchi
  509. Handbook of Good Manners for the Uncouth and the Impolite, Pierre Desproges
  510. The Lost Thing, Shaun Tan
  511. The Flowers of Evil, Charles Baudelaire
  512. Sylvie and Bruno, Lewis Carroll
  513. The Future of the Earth, Yann Arthus-Bertrand
  514. (lit. Operation Spring Breeze #1), Philippe Richelle and Pierre Wachs
  515. (lit. Operation Spring Breeze #2), Philippe Richelle and Pierre Wachs
  516. From Hell, Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell
  517. The Tree of Life: A Book Depicting the Life of Charles Darwin, Peter Sis
  518. The Mystery of the Baghdad Chest, Agatha Christie
  519. Within a Wall, Agatha Christie
  520. Skin, Roald Dahl
  521. The White Ship, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  522. A Family Affair, Guy de Maupassant
  523. On The River, Guy de Maupassant
  524. Without Feathers, Woody Allen
  525. 9.99, Frédéric Beigbeder
  526. Percy Jackson & the Olympians #2: The Sea of Monsters, Rick Riordan
  527. Fantasio, Alfred de Musset
  528. The Big Sleep, Raymond Chandler
  529. The Sign of the Four, Arthur Conan Doyle
  530. A Study in Scarlet, Arthur Conan Doyle
  531. The Return of Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle
  532. (lit. The Tree), Marc Daniau
  533. The False Servant, Pierre de Marivaux
  534. The Last Day of a Condemned Man, Victor Hugo
  535. Girl with a Pearl Earring, Tracy Chevalier
  536. (lit. Pachyderm), Frederik Peeters
  537. Ubu the King, Alfred Jarry
  538. Death and the Maiden, Ariel Dorfman
  539. The Great Automatic Grammatizator, Roald Dahl
  540. The Exeter Text: Jewels, Secrets, Sex, Georges Perec
  541. The Thing in the Moonlight, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  542. Dream Story, Arthur Schnitzler
  543. Eragon, Christopher Paolini
  544. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Joanne K. Rowling
  545. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Joanne K. Rowling
  546. The Immoralist, André Gide
  547. The Married Man, Edmund White
  548. Close Range: Wyoming Stories, Edna Annie Proulx
  549. (lit. The Middle Ages), Dimitri Casali
  550. Cleopatra, Hortense Dufour
  551. Sissi, Hortense Dufour
  552. Catherine II, Hélène Carrère d'Encausse
  553. Siegfried, Jean Giraudoux
  554. (lit. Object of All Desire), Françoise Bourdin
  555. Maurice, Edward Morgan Forster
  556. The Croocked House, Agatha Christie
  557. France from the Air, Yann Arthus-Bertrand and Patrick Poivre d'Arvor
  558. (lit. The Chronicles of an Unworthy Mother #1), Caroline Allard
  559. Lighthouses, Philip Plisson and Francis Dreyer
  560. Selected Poems, Georges Rodenbach
  561. The Invisible Man, Herbert George Wells
  562. Coraline, Neil Gaiman
  563. The Scapegoat, Daniel Pennac
  564. All the King's Men, Robert Penn Warren
  565. The Stranger Next Door, Amélie Nothomb
  566. (lit. Princesses Stories), Christine Palluy, Rébecca Dautremer, Claire Degans and Daneth Khong
  567. (lit. The Revolution of the Ants), Bernard Werber
  568. Mostly Harmless, Douglas Adams
  569. The Book of Snobs: by One of Themselves, William Makepeace Thackeray
  570. Embroideries, Marjane Satrapi
  571. Summer Blonde, Adrian Tomine
  572. Love in the Time of Cholera, Gabriel García Márquez
  573. The Hunger Games #2: Catching Fire, Suzanne Collins
  574. Psycho, Robert Bloch
  575. The Devil and Daniel Silverman, Theodore Roszak
  576. The Salmon of Doubt, Douglas Adams
  577. Much Ado About Nothing, William Shakespeare
  578. Owl Babies, Martin Waddell and Patrick Benson
  579. Cry to Heaven, Anne Rice
  580. The Deeper Meaning of Liff, Douglas Adams and John Lloyd
  581. (lit. The Obscure Cities #12: Memories of the Eternal Present), François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters
  582. The A.B.C. Murders, Agatha Christie
  583. (lit. Nautical Fables), Marine Blandin
  584. Walking Dead #3: Safety Behind Bars, Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard
  585. The Lover, Marguerite Duras
  586. I Shall Spit on Your Graves, Boris Vian (Vernon Sullivan)
  587. American Psycho, Bret Easton Ellis
  588. (lit. The Scab), Charlotte Moundlic and Olivier Tallec
  589. Miki, Stephen Mackey
  590. Empress, Shan Sa
  591. The Moon-Bog, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  592. King Pest, Edgar Allan Poe
  593. The Gold-Bug, Edgar Allan Poe
  594. Respected Sir, Naguib Mahfouz
  595. Quo Vadis?, Henryk Sienkiewicz
  596. Mansfield Park, Jane Austen
  597. Selected Poems, John Keats
  598. Collected Poems, Émile Nelligan
  599. A Modest Proposal, Jonathan Swift
  600. The Zombie Survival Guide, Max Brooks

  601. The Hair, Guy de Maupassant
  602. Walking Dead #2: Miles Behind Us, Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard
  603. Walking Dead #6: This Sorrowful Life, Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard
  604. Walking Dead #7: The Calm Before, Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard
  605. Walking Dead #1: Days Gone Bye, Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore
  606. Walking Dead #8: Made to Suffer, Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard
  607. Walking Dead #4: The Heart's Desire, Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard
  608. Waiting for Godot, Samuel Beckett
  609. Celephais, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  610. The Beast in the Cave, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  611. Faith of Our Fathers, Philip Kindred Dick
  612. (lit. Half-Turn), Benoît Peeters and Frédéric Boilet
  613. Percy Jackson & the Olympians #5: The Last Olympian, Rick Riordan
  614. Percy Jackson & the Olympians #4: The Battle of the Labyrinth
  615. (lit. Stories and Legends of the Vikings), Lars Haraldson
  616. (lit. The Inevitable), Jean-Paul Roger
  617. (lit. 5150 Elm's Way), Patrick Senécal
  618. Aliss, Patrick Senécal
  619. Selected Poems, Charles-Marie Leconte de Lisle
  620. Selected Poems, Jacques Prévert
  621. The Flayed Hand, Guy de Maupassant
  622. Doctor Heraclius Gloss, Guy de Maupassant
  623. The Beach, Alex Garland
  624. The Quest of Iranon, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  625. The Butterfly Lovers, Benjamin Lacombe
  626. Judith, Jean Giraudoux
  627. The Wonderful O, James Thurber
  628. Twelfth Night, William Shakespeare
  629. King Lear, Williams Shakespeare
  630. Tombstones, Guy de Maupassant
  631. Tuck Everlasting, Natalie Babbitt
  632. Nunc Dimittis, Roald Dahl
  633. Herbert West, Reanimator, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  634. Dagon, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  635. The Jesuit Church in G., Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann
  636. The Stone Heart, Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann
  637. The Oath, Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann
  638. The Nutcracker and the Mouse King, Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann
  639. The Pearl, John Steinbeck
  640. Colonel Chabert, Honoré de Balzac
  641. Northanger Abbey, Jane Austen
  642. The Shadow Out of Time, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  643. Hothouse, Brian Aldiss
  644. Where's Wally? The Wonder Book, Martin Handford
  645. The Happy Prince, Oscar Wilde
  646. The Electric Ant, Philip Kindred Dick
  647. (lit. Fall), Éric Chevillard
  648. Breeds There a Man...?, Isaac Asimov
  649. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Joanne K. Rowling (Newt Scamander)
  650. Lucretia Borgia, Victor Hugo
  651. How to Talk About Books You Haven't Read, Pierre Bayard
  652. The Fairies are Thirsty, Denise Boucher
  653. The Sisters-in-Law, Michel Tremblay
  654. Something Wicked This Way Comes, Ray Bradbury
  655. The Tomb, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  656. Frisk, Dennis Cooper
  657. In the City of Shy Hunters, Tom Spanbauer
  658. The Object of my Affection, Stephen McCauley
  659. (lit. Until the Tide Turns), Blaise Guinin
  660. David Boring, Daniel Clowes
  661. Selected Poems, Alfred Tennyson
  662. (lit. The Unpredictable), Metin Arditi
  663. The Dragon With Red Eyes, Astrid Lindgren
  664. The English Roses, Madonna Louise Ciccone and Jeffrey Fulvimari
  665. (lit. In Time of Castles), Julia Bruce and Peter Dennis
  666. The Moon Man, Beatrice Masini and Nicoletta Ceccoli
  667. The Big Green Book, Robert Graves
  668. Selected Short Poems, Lewis Carroll
  669. Mythology, Edith Hamilton
  670. The Tales of Beedle the Bard, Joanne K. Rowling
  671. Jack and the Beanstalk, Joseph Jacobs and Sébastien Mourrain
  672. Sulphuric Acid, Amélie Nothomb
  673. (lit. Swallow's Diary), Amélie Nothomb
  674. The Closed Circle, Jonathan Coe
  675. The Human Stain, Philip Roth
  676. Dead Dreams, Davide Reviati
  677. (lit. 7 Days), Patrick Senécal
  678. Coco Chanel, Brigitte Labbé and Michel Puech
  679. The Tokyo Look Book, Philomena Keet and Yuri Manabe
  680. Letters to His Child-Friends, Lewis Carroll
  681. Ru, Kim Thúy
  682. (lit. The Chronicles of an Unworthy Mother #2), Caroline Allard
  683. (lit. The Countess of Blood), Maurice Périsset
  684. Man from the South, Roald Dahl
  685. Taste, Roald Dahl
  686. (lit. Walking at Night, or the Small Blue Trash), Pierre Manseau
  687. Selected Poems, Furough Farrokhzad
  688. Selected Poems, Wystan Hugh Auden
  689. Selected Poems, Wislawa Szymborska
  690. (lit. Poems Found), Guillaume Apollinaire
  691. A Country Excursion, Guy de Maupassant
  692. Existentialism is a Humanism, Jean-Paul Sartre
  693. The Calash, Nikolai Gogol
  694. Contemplation, Franz Kafka
  695. Buchmendel, Stefan Zweig
  696. The Silence of the Sirens, Franz Kafka
  697. (lit. Sailor Moon #9: Uranus and Neptune), Naoko Takeuchi
  698. (lit. Sailor Moon #1: Metamorphose), Naoko Takeuchi
  699. (lit. The Red Swimsuit), Marianne Eskenazi
  700. The Obscure Cities #9: The Invisible Frontier #2, François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters

  701. Mary Learns to Cook, Gilbert Delahaye and Marcel Marlier
  702. Notebook of a Return to My Native Land, Aimé Césaire
  703. Selected Poems, Marcel Lecomte
  704. The Countess of Tende, Madame de La Fayette
  705. (lit. Little Vampire and the Normal Looking House), Joann Sfar
  706. The Enchanted, Jean Giraudoux
  707. The Village Schoolmaster, Franz Kafka
  708. The Art of Love, Ovid
  709. Death on the Nile, Agatha Christie
  710. (lit. Bitter Fables), Christophe Chabouté
  711. The Fountain, Darren Aronofsky and Kent Williams
  712. A Room With a View, Edward Morgan Forster
  713. Diary of a Madman, Nikolai Gogol
  714. The Honourable Schoolboy, John le Carré
  715. Lo, Lucie Durbiano
  716. Daphnis and Chloe, Longus
  717. (lit. The Twelve Labors of Hercules), Anne Jonas and Frédéric Pillot
  718. (lit. Amano Worlds), Jean Wacquet and Yoshitaka Amano
  719. Little Vampire Does Kung Fu, Joann Sfar
  720. Little Vampire Goes to School, Joann Sfar
  721. (lit. The Obscure Cities #11: The Chaos Theory #2), François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters
  722. The Weight of Water, Anita Shreve
  723. Too Loud a Solitude, Lionel Tran
  724. Roy Lichtenstein, Janis Hendrickson
  725. (lit. Archaeology from Above), Antonio Marchiori
  726. Resident Evil: Genesis, Thomas Day
  727. In Memoriam, Stéphane Audeguy
  728. Raël, Brigitte McCann
  729. Aurora Montrealis: Stories, Monique Proulx
  730. The Pigeon, Patrick Süskind
  731. Memoirs of a Geisha, Arthur Golden
  732. 30 Days of Night #1, Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith
  733. 30 Days of Night #2: Dark Days, Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith
  734. The Man of the House, Stephen McCauley
  735. A Boy's Own Story, Edmund White
  736. Skinned Alive: Stories, Edmund White
  737. (lit. Microfictions), Régis Jauffret
  738. A Home at the End of the World, Michael Cunningham
  739. Sahara, Daniel Pennac
  740. Tamara Drewe, Posy Simmonds
  741. (lit. Feast), Richard Millet
  742. The Devil Wears Prada, Lauren Weisberger
  743. Darkly Dreaming Dexter, Jeff Lindsay
  744. The Eyes of the Dragon, Stephen King
  745. The Envious, Francesco Alberoni
  746. Friendship, Francesco Alberoni
  747. Orpheus Descending, Tennessee Williams
  748. Beneficence, Vladimir Nabokov
  749. Ligeia, Edgar Allan Poe
  750. (lit. Miss Don't Touch #2: Blood on Hands), Hubert and Kerascoët
  751. (lit. Miss Don't Touch #1: The Virgin of the Bordello), Hubert and Kerascoët
  752. The Accursed Kings #7: When a King Loses France, Maurice Druon
  753. Terre-Neuvas, Christophe Chabouté
  754. Selected Poems, Charles Bukowski
  755. Selected Poems, Horace Smith
  756. The Lost Childhood, Yehuda Nir
  757. The Mysteries of Harris Burdick, Chris Van Allsburg
  758. The Tear Thief, Carol Ann Duffy and Nicoletta Ceccoli
  759. (lit. Little Nemo 1905-2005: A Century of Dreams), Benoît Peeters
  760. Eldest, Christopher Paolini
  761. Percy Jackson & the Olympians #3: The Titan's Curse, Rick Riordan
  762. Percy Jackson & the Olympians #1: The Lightning Thief, Rick Riordan
  763. Groosham Grange, Anthony Horowitz
  764. The Unholy Grail, Anthony Horowitz
  765. Romeo and Jeannette, Jean Anouilh
  766. The Sanctus, Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann
  767. The Bleak House, Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann
  768. The Snow Knight, Boris Vian
  769. The Lurking Fear, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  770. Imprisoned with the Pharaons, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  771. The Strange High House in the Mist, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  772. Coriolanus, William Shakespeare
  773. Joséphine #1, Pénélope Bagieu
  774. (lit. Sailor Moon #18: The Galactic Chaos), Naoko Takeuchi
  775. (lit. Sailor Moon #16: The Starlights), Naoko Takeuchi
  776. (lit. Sailor Moon #17: Sailor Galaxia), Naoko Takeuchi
  777. (lit. Sailor Moon #15: The Queen Nerenia), Naoko Takeuchi
  778. (lit. Sailor Moon #14: The Elusion Kingdom), Naoko Takeuchi
  779. (lit. Sailor Moon #13: Helios), Naoko Takeuchi
  780. (lit. Sailor Moon #3: Dispensers of Justice of the Moon), Naoko Takeuchi
  781. (lit. Sailor Moon #7: Black Lady), Naoko Takeuchi
  782. (lit. The Last Word: From Nero to Desproges), Anne-France Hubau and Roger Lenglet
  783. The White Queen, Philippa Gregory
  784. Cleopatra, Adèle Geras and M.P. Robertson
  785. An Island in the Sun, Stella Blackstone and Nicoletta Ceccoli
  786. The Professor's Daughter, Joann Sfar and Emmanuel Guibert
  787. Angels and Demons, Dan Brown
  788. Selected Poems, Tristan Tzara
  789. Journey to the Country of Trees, Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio and Henri Galeron
  790. (lit. Algeria from Above), Yann Arthus-Bertrand
  791. The Small Pleasures of Life, Philippe Delerm
  792. The Power of the Dog, Thomas Savage
  793. The Turtle Warrior, Mary Relindes Ellis
  794. A Separate Peace, John Knowles
  795. (lit. General Store #3: The Men), Régis Loisel and Jean-Louis Tripp
  796. (lit. General Store #1: Marie), Régis Loisel and Jean-Louis Tripp
  797. Moby Dick, Jean Rouaud and Denis Deprez
  798. 300, Frank Miller
  799. Ice Haven, Daniel Clowes
  800. (lit. Close Friendship), Bastien Vivès

  801. Emma, Jane Austen
  802. Beautiful Creatures, Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl
  803. (lit. The New Encyclopedia of Relative and Absolute Knowledge), Bernard Werber
  804. (lit. The Tree of Possibles), Bernard Werber
  805. Story of the Eye, Georges Bataille
  806. Hostage, Robert Crais
  807. Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown
  808. Q & A, Vikas Swarup
  809. (lit. The Norwegian Delegation), Hugo Boris
  810. (lit. The Bellybuttons #4: Beauties Duel), Maryse Dubuc and Marc Delafontaine
  811. (lit. The Bellybuttons #3: The Bonds of Friendship), Maryse Dubuc and Marc Delafontaine
  812. The Bellybuttons #1: Who Do You Think You Are?, Maryse Dubuc and Marc Delafontaine
  813. (lit. The Bellybuttons #2: Bad Times For Uglies), Maryse Dubuc and Marc Delafontaine
  814. (lit. The Butterfly of the Stars), Bernard Werber
  815. (lit. The Father of our Fathers), Bernard Werber
  816. (lit. The Ultimate Secret), Bernard Werber
  817. Write to Kill, Daniel Pennac
  818. Passion Fruit, Daniel Pennac
  819. The Dictator and the Hammick, Daniel Pennac
  820. (lit. Disgust: Thomas Bernhard in El Salvador), Horacio Castellanos Moya
  821. Eclipse, Stephenie Meyer
  822. Twilight, Stephenie Meyer
  823. New Moon, Stephenie Meyer
  824. Breaking Dawn, Stephenie Meyer
  825. The Holy Terrors, Jean Cocteau
  826. One Day Before Easter, Zoya Pirzad
  827. The Knock at the Manor Gate, Franz Kafka
  828. The Alchemist, Paulo Coelho
  829. My Lady Love, My Dove, Roald Dahl
  830. Beside Schopenhauer's Corpse, Guy de Maupassant
  831. Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Richard Bach
  832. The English Roses: Too Good To Be True, Madonna Louise Ciccone and Stacy Peterson
  833. Lotsa De Casha, Madonna Louise Ciccone and Rui Paes
  834. (lit. The Collector), Chrystine Brouillet
  835. The Shape of a Girl, Joan MacLeod
  836. Sex, Madonna Louise Ciccone
  837. The Paper House, Carlos María Domínguez
  838. The Giver, Lois Lowry
  839. The Secret Lives of Princesses, Philippe Lechermeier and Rébecca Dautremer
  840. Asterix #16: Asterix in Switzerland, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  841. Asterix #8: Asterix in Britain, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  842. Asterix #27: Asterix and Son, Albert Uderzo
  843. Asterix #17: The Mansions of the Gods, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  844. Asterix #24: Asterix in Belgium, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  845. Asterix #21: Asterix and Caesar's Gift, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  846. Asterix #7: Asterix and the Big Fight, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  847. Asterix #10: Asterix the Legionary, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  848. The Transition of Juan Romero, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  849. The Book of Disquietude, Fernando Pessoa (Bernardo Soares)
  850. Stranger in a Strange Land, Robert Anson Heinlein
  851. Selected Poems, Robert Frost
  852. Selected Poems, Hayden Carruth
  853. Selected Poems, Jules Laforgue
  854. Selected Poems, Alfred de Musset
  855. Selected Poems, Oscar Vladislas de Lubicz Milosz
  856. Selected Poems, Stéphane Mallarmé
  857. Selected Poems, Emily Brontë
  858. The Seven Dials Mystery, Agatha Christie
  859. Medieval Life, Andrew Langley
  860. Death Comes to Pemberley, Phyllis Dorothy James
  861. (lit. The Sun Queen), Christian Jacq
  862. (lit. Khenou, The Protected of Horus), Pierre-Marie Beaude and Giorgio Baroni
  863. The Virtuous Island, Jean Giraudoux
  864. (lit. Silent Witnesses), Éric Gorski
  865. The Dragons are Singing Tonight, Jack Prelutsky and Peter Sis
  866. (lit. The Red Sketchbook), Benjamin Lacombe and Agata Kawa
  867. Polar Express, Chris Van Allsburg
  868. (lit. Thinking, It's To Die A Little, volume 1), Ghislain Taschereau
  869. (lit. Thinking, It's To Die A Little, volume 2), Ghislain Taschereau
  870. (lit. The Great Ballets of the Repertoire), Jacques Moatti and René Sirvin
  871. (lit. Little Treatise For Those Who Want To Always Be Right), Georges Picard
  872. The Vampire Diaries #3: The Fury, Lisa Jane Smith
  873. (lit. All Boys and Girls), Jérôme Lambert
  874. Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, Jeanette Winterson
  875. (lit. Kamo, Babel Agency), Daniel Pennac
  876. The Story of a Farm Girl, Guy de Maupassant
  877. Bitch, Roald Dahl
  878. The Temple, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  879. (lit. The Alliance of the Ewe), Gabrielle Lavallée
  880. I'll Be Your Mirror: The Selected Andy Warhol Interviews: 1962-1987, Kenneth Goldsmith
  881. A Tale of the Ragged Mountains, Edgar Allan Poe
  882. The Piano, Jane Campion and Kate Pullinger
  883. Life Is Beautiful, Roberto Benigni and Vincenzo Cerami
  884. (lit. The Hill of the 100 Fairies), Jean-Luc Bizien and Sandrine Gestin
  885. At Bertram's Hotel, Agatha Christie
  886. The Eleven Thousand Rods, Guillaume Apollinaire
  887. (lit. Thank You), Daniel Pennac
  888. (lit. Sailor Moon #5: The Guardian of Time), Naoko Takeuchi
  889. (lit. Sailor Moon #4: Silver Crystal), Naoko Takeuchi
  890. Neuromancer, William Gibson
  891. Burning Chrome: Stories, William Gibson
  892. Tintin #13: The Seven Crystal Balls, Hergé
  893. (lit. Middle Ages), Martin Blais
  894. The Hygiene of the Assassin, Amélie Nothomb
  895. Class Trip, Emmanuel Carrère
  896. Human Rites, Amélie Nothomb
  897. Loving Sabotage, Amélie Nothomb
  898. The Bridge, Franz Kafka
  899. The Alchemist, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  900. Cats of Ulthar, Howard Phillips Lovecraft

  901. The Rectory Magazine, Lewis Carroll
  902. Suicides, Guy de Maupassant
  903. The Wolf, Guy de Maupassant
  904. Selected Poems, Paul Claudel
  905. Selected Poems, Pierre de Marbeuf
  906. Selected Poems, Martin Niemöller
  907. Selected Poems, Gwendolyn Brooks
  908. Selected Poems, Jean-Baptiste Clément
  909. Maxims, François de La Rochefoucauld
  910. Miscellaneous Aphorisms, Oscar Wilde
  911. The Diaries, Lewis Carroll
  912. The Alphabet Cipher, Lewis Carroll
  913. Sin City #7: Hell and Back, Frank Miller
  914. Sin City #2: A Dame to Kill for, Frank Miller
  915. Sin City #5: Family Values, Frank Miller
  916. Sin City #6: Booze, Broads & Bullets, Frank Miller
  917. Starship Titanic, Douglas Adams and Terry Jones
  918. The Doom that Came to Sarnath, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  919. Poetry and Gods, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  920. (lit. They Float), Eleken Traski
  921. Ajdar, Marjane Satrapi
  922. (lit. Dwarves, Leprechauns and Other Gnomes), Michel Bonnet and Caroline Picard
  923. Poseidon, Franz Kafka
  924. Selected Poems, Sylvia Plath
  925. Selected Poems, Olivier Cahuzac
  926. Selected Poems, Emily Dickinson
  927. Selected Poems, Paul Verlaine
  928. Selected Poems, Théodore de Banville
  929. Haunted House, Jan Pienkowski
  930. The Miser, Molière
  931. Zazie in the Metro, Raymond Queneau
  932. Night Train to Lisbon, Pascal Mercier
  933. The Fruits of the Earth, André Gide
  934. Murder is Easy, Agatha Christie
  935. Dust Over the City, André Langevin
  936. In a Hundred Graves: A Basque Portrait, Robert Laxalt
  937. How Robin Saved Spring, Debbie Ouellet et Nicoletta Ceccoli
  938. Borgia #1: Blood for the Pope, Alejandro Jodorowsky and Milo Manara
  939. Animal'z, Enki Bilal
  940. While the Light Lasts, Agatha Christie
  941. Morella, Edgar Allan Poe
  942. Fighting Fantasy #42: Black Vein Prophecy, Paul Mason and Steven Williams
  943. Little Women, Louisa May Alcott
  944. Tessa, Jean Giraudoux
  945. Melanie White, Jean-Patrick Manchette and Serge Clerc
  946. Under the Dome, Stephen King
  947. Mrs. Bixby and the Colonel's Coat, Roald Dahl
  948. The Great Switcheroo, Roald Dahl
  949. The Visitor, Roald Dahl
  950. The Three, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  951. The Festival, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  952. Polaris, Howard Phillips Lovecraft
  953. Sonnets, Louise Labé
  954. (lit. Sailor Moon #10: Sailor Saturn), Naoko Takeuchi
  955. (lit. Sailor Moon #2: The Masked Man), Naoko Takeuchi
  956. (lit. Sailor Moon #12: Pegasus), Naoko Takeuchi
  957. The Hunter Gracchus, Franz Kafka
  958. (lit. The Flying Canoe), Roch Carrier and Sheldon Cohen
  959. Beegu, Alexis Deacon
  960. Just So Stories, Rudyard Kipling
  961. The Triumph of Love, Pierre de Marivaux
  962. Story #3, Eugène Ionesco and Philippe Corentin
  963. Story #4, Eugène Ionesco and Nicole Claveloux
  964. The Vampire Diaries #2: The Struggle, Lisa Jane Smith
  965. The Vampire Diaries #1: The Awakening, Lisa Jane Smith
  966. (lit. Mercury), Amélie Nothomb
  967. Hugh Pine and the Good Place, Janwillem van de Wetering
  968. (lit. The Giant Tortoise of the Galapagos), Rébecca Dautremer (Dragoljub Zlahtrkjrswnvkke)
  969. (lit. The Melancolic Watchman), Guillaume Apollinaire
  970. Selected Poems, Rabîndranâth Tagore
  971. Marie Calumet, Rodolphe Girard
  972. The Postman, Antonio Skármeta
  973. Manx Gold, Agatha Christie
  974. You Can't Be Sure of Anything, Alfred de Musset
  975. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Francis Scott Fitzgerald
  976. The Maison Tellier, Guy de Maupassant
  977. Sleeping Murder, Agatha Christie
  978. The Devil in the Belfry, Edgar Allan Poe
  979. Sodom and Gomorrah, Jean Giraudoux
  980. The Day I Swapped My Dad for Two Goldfish, Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean
  981. The Yellow Wallpaper, Charlotte Perkins Gilman
  982. The Tragical Comedy or Comical Tragedy of Mr. Punch, Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean
  983. The Star-Apple Kingdom: Poems, Derek Walcott
  984. The Moods of Marianne, Alfred de Musset
  985. Asterix #9: Asterix and the Normans, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  986. Asterix #OS: How Obelix Fell into the Magic Potion ..., René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  987. Asterix #11: Asterix and the Chieftain's Shield, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  988. Asterix #28: Asterix and the Magic Carpet, Albert Uderzo
  989. Asterix #13: Asterix and the Cauldron, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  990. Asterix #29: Asterix and the Secret Weapon, Albert Uderzo
  991. Asterix #18: Asterix and the Laurel Wreath, René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo
  992. Where the Wild Things Are, Maurice Sendak
  993. The Dragon, Vladimir Nabokov
  994. A Small, Good Thing, Raymond Carver
  995. The House of Dreams, Agatha Christie
  996. My Shadow, Ted Rand
  997. Volkswagen Blues, Jacques Poulin
  998. Cathedral, Raymond Carver
  999. His Avenger, Guy de Maupassant
  1000. Cherry and Olive, Benjamin Lacombe

Author Comments: 

This is my 1000 favorite readings. I've read all these stuffs in french language, but I wrote the titles in engligh for a better understanding. The list is subject to change often, I'll update as I discover better books. And, of course, the firsts in the list are the ones I really prefer.
(lit.) means literally.
The updates are in highlight.
Updated 2014-08-01.

The Hitchhiker's books, the Harry Potter books, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Memoirs of a Geisha...I really think I'm digging this list. ;-)

And, congrats! I think it would take me a very long time to make a list of my 100 favorite books...and, then, there all the classics I have yet to read...

Thanks!

I'm working to make that a "Top 200" soon. It's just complicated to make the list in order. I'm always flip-floping the titles.
I will put it online when I will be more satisfied.

I have read your Book Blog 2006 with the reviews. I see that you have read Jarhead this year too, I like the biographies.
I guess I will read The Catcher in the Rye soon, the novel is on everyone favorite list.
You don't give me the will to begin the series Chronicles of Narnia... or any Buffy the Vampire Slayer books! ;)

I've finally done a top 200 with the list!

The Little Prince - wow! That's a lovely little story! Forgotten all about it...Thanks for reminding me! :-)
xx

It has been my favorite for years until I read lastly To Kill a Mockingbird... (^-^)

Top 400! \(^-^)/

I read 7 books off that list, 6 i like, and 1 is probably imho the worst book i have read, guess.

One clue, i'm not the only one who thinks that.

Almost all the them have good and bad critics, but Da Vinci Code and The Alchemist are the ones I know a lot of people didn't like. Am I right or close? I didn't like the ending of both, but I found them easy to read.

This list is difficult to make. I update it very often as I read new good books and I change their places depending on my mood. I began to read on a regular basis only since the last six years and not a lot of classics... Which are the books you have read? I'm curious. (~_^)

Haha, i said i will never read both those books.

American Psycho is the one, i prefer my porn to be actually erotic, tho i did like the movie, it did a great job of something almost unfilmable, i saw the movie first tho.

Books i read: Animal Farm, George Orwell

The Art Of War, Sun Tzu, although an abridged version.

Perfume, Patrick Süskind, one of my favorite books.

Around the World in Eighty Days, Jules Verne

Lord of the Flies, William Golding

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Roald Dahl

Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Richard Bach

The Emperor's New Clothes, Hans Christian Andersen

The Valiant Little Tailor, Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm

The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Wow i just noticed that i have read more than i thought. I have many of those in ebook form, but haven't read them yet.

I have to say American Psycho is the book which I less like from Bret Easton Ellis and will be push down as I read new books. I read this in high school and it was one of the first book I choose by myself (mostly because of the title!). It was a couple of years before the movie. When I read the novel I remember that some fashion blabla was irritating, but I liked the rest in general. I have to admit that, in that time, I didn't read a lot of books to compare with.

Have you read Lolita?

Is Lolita one of your favorites? I will read it soon. I'm doing the list One Country/One Book and it will be the next one for Russia. I'm still wondering if Russia should be put in Europe or Asia. It's a transcontinental country, but I want to choose the closest one.

I'm currently reading:
The Book of Disquietude, Fernando Pessoa (as Bernardo Soares) (Portugal)
The Immoralist, André Gide (France)

Do you want to share with me your 5-10 favorites or this is too difficult or random to do?

I have only read it once, but its such a well written book, i find it to be similar to The Perfume in that aspect.

I've just started reading, for the first time, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.

Lastly, this is one of the rare book that I didn't feel depressive after reading it.
Even with the injustices and the misunderstandings, I felt some hopes.

I eventually finished reading The Horla . Maupassant makes the narrator's final act and his descent into insanity so natural and plausible, as if you would do the same thing in the same circumstances. Thanks for the recommendation. Why do you have 1887 version written in the list? Did he revise The Horla?

There is 3 versions of The Horla:

Diary of a Madman (1885)
The Horla (1886): Dialogue form
The Horla (1887): Journal form

I have read them all and the last version is the more complete one.

Is there any way to distinguish?

Like I've said, for the two Horla, the first is written in dialogues and, the second, like a diary.
The second is the most known.

Oh ok, it wasn't clear to me from you previous post. I've got the second then. Thanks.

Next time I will update the list, I will remove the date because it can be confusing since I didn't put the date for all the others. If I just put The Horla, I think this is clear that this is the final form I'm talking about.

This is a great list! It must really take dedication. What is your method to determin where each new book you read fits in?

It's almost always changing, it's really rare a book keep the same place for a long time. It's on the feeling of the moment, I compare my feelings. This is hard, but fun too.

Happy to be in this list of 400 ;)... And Thanks for

Eleken Traski (sorry for my english... I'm french :p)

I'm French too. I always write in english on this site to be more understandable by the Listology members (hoping that my english is vaguely understandable).

No, thanks to you, really. You’re the one that writing it and I spent a good time. It was my first audiobook (from Audiocité - Ils flottent).

I begin to read amateur writings randomly on the web. Most of them are very cliché, incomplete or fanfiction style, but sometimes I found gems and I guess this is what really matters.

You've definitely inspired me to expand on my list. Thank you!

I've seen it and it gives me some ideas of readings.

I have tried to read The Prince by Machiavelli without success, I really want to read that book.