Most-read novels and novel series (summary list) on Wikipedia):

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Most-read novels and novel series (summary list) on Wikipedia):
Harry Potter
Fifty Shades Of Grey
A song of ice and fire
The Hunger Games
The Great Gatsby
Harry Potter
harry potter

Number of page reads: 77 million
The Harry Potter series has gained a sizable fan base, both with its books and films. J.K. The series, penned by Rowling, also has a well-deserved reputation on Wikipedia. The difference in reading between Fifty Shades of Grey in the second row in particular is huge.

Fifty Shades of Grey (Fifty Shades Of Grey)
Fifty Shades Of Grey

Number of page reads: 49 million
English writer E.L. Fifty Shades of Grey, penned by James, was originally published as an e-book. It was released as a printed book in June 2011. Following its release, it debuted on bestseller lists worldwide. Translated into 52 languages, the production became the fastest-selling book in the UK.
the great gatsby


A song of ice and Fire (Song of ice and fire)
a song of fire and

Number of page reads: 48 million
A Song of Ice and Fire is a series of books inspired by The Game Of Thrones series. George R.R. Martin began writing his first book in 1991. This book was able to be released in 1996. One of the highlights of the series is that, unlike most successful fantasy productions, it has a realistic world of its own.

The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games)
The Hunger Games

Number of page reads: 46 million
The Hunger Games, a series of three books. The books, written by Suzanne Collins, are about the adventures of the character Katniss Everdeen. The series, released between 2008 and 2010, was subsequently filmized and thoroughly gained popularity. The books, which were also highly successful on the sales side, came second after Harry Potter in the best-selling Youth Novels ranking.

The Great Gatsby (The Great Gatsby)
the great gatsby

Number of page reads: 32 million
The Great Gatsby is notable for being the oldest book on the page ranking the most-read books. The book, released in 1925, later inspired the film of the same name, starring Leonardo DiCaprio. His handling of concepts such as decadence, social crises and idealism as required by the time the novel was written puts him in a different place.
 
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