All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony DoerrThe Book Thief by Markus ZusakThe Girl on the Train by Paula HawkinsThe Harry Potter series by J.K. RowlingThe Light Between Oceans by M.L. StedmanBurial Rites by Hannah KentMe Before You by Jojo MoyesThe Rosie Project by Graeme SimsionThe Happiest Refugee by Anh DoNineteen Eighty-Four by George OrwellJasper Jones by Craig SilveyMiss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom RiggsOutlander by Diana GabaldonThe Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard FlanaganTo Kill A Mockingbird by Harper LeeThe Dry by Jane HarperBig Little Lies by Liane MoriartyTruly Madly Guilty by Liane MoriartyThe Good People by Hannah KentThe Jack West Jr series by Matthew ReillyA Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. MaasReckoning by Magda SzubanskiPride and Prejudice by Jane AustenThe Name of the Wind by Patrick RothfussThe Alchemist by Paulo CoelhoThe Wrong Girl by Zoë Foster BlakeThe Night Circus by Erin MorgensternSmall Great Things by Jodi PicoultThe Husband's Secret by Liane MoriartyA Little Life by Hanya YanagiharaThe One Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared by Jonas JonassonWorking Class Boy by Jimmy BarnesThe Casual Vacancy by J.K. RowlingThe Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. TolkienThe Hobbit by J. R. R. TolkienThe Red Queen series by Victoria AveyardThe Goldfinch by Donna TarttThe Brain That Changes Itself by Norman DoidgeHumans of New York: Stories by Brandon StantonA Song of Ice and Fire series by George R. R. MartinI Am Pilgrim by Terry HayesAll The Bright Places by Jennifer NivenFight Like A Girl by Clementine FordThe Neapolitan series by Elena FerranteWe Were Liars by E. LockhartThe Wrong Side of Goodbye by Michael ConnellyThe Fault in Our Stars by John GreenRivers of London by Ben AaronovitchThe Last Painting of Sara De Vos by Dominic SmithThe Whistler by John GrishamWe Are All Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Joy FowlerThe Boy Behind the Curtain by Tim WintonSully by Chesley B. Sullenberger and Jeffrey ZasloKilling Floor by Lee ChildIlluminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay KristoffThe Passage series by Justin CroninThree Sisters, Three Queens by Philippa GregoryThe Messenger by Markus ZusakThe Martian by Andy WeirEverywhere I Look by Helen GarnerA Brief History of Time by Stephen HawkingLady Midnight by Cassandra ClareThe Natural Way of Things by Charlotte WoodThe 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. CoveyReady Player One by Ernest ClineThe Help by Kathryn StockettNo Man's Land by David BaldacciTalking to my Country by Stan GrantCormoran Strike series by Robert GalbraithGone Girl by Gillian FlynnAssassin's Apprentice by Robin HobbJane Eyre by Charlotte BronteThe Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas AdamsTwo by Two by Nicholas SparksThe Final Empire by Brandon SandersonTomorrow, When the War Began by John MarsdenRather Be the Devil by Ian RankinThe Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo by Amy SchumerThe Millennium Series by Stieg LarssonThe Trials of Apollo by Rick RiordanBorn to Run by Bruce SpringsteenThe Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen ChboskyThe Great Gatsby by F. Scott FitzgeraldMilk and Honey by Rupi KaurThe Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark MansonOur Souls at Night by Kent HarufMemoirs of a Geisha by Arthur GoldenGhost Empire by Richard FidlerThe Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie BarrowsGoodwood by Holly ThrosbyAmerican Gods by Neil GaimanMagician by Raymond E. FeistStill Alice by Lisa GenovaAnimal Farm by George OrwellThe Sellout by Paul BeattyThe Course of Love by Alain de BottonThe Diary of a Young Girl by Anne FrankCommonwealth by Ann PatchettThe Dressmaker by Rosalie HamTell The Truth, Shame The Devil by Melina MarchettaSapiens by Yuval Noah Harari
How Many Books In The Dymocks Top 101 For 2017 Have You Read?
You got between 0 and 10. What do you even do in your spare time? Get thee to a bookstore, stat.
You got between 11 and 20. This is okay, we guess. Like, you've read some stuff, which is great, but roughly one out of every five isn't *that* great, so don't get too far ahead of yourself.
You got between 21 and 30. You've nearly read one-third of the list, which is just below average. So you're doing okay, but there's definitely room for improvement.
You got between 31 and 40. You've read just under half the list, and we think that's pretty good. You probably really enjoy reading, so we hope you look back over the list and find some inspiration for your TBR pile.
You got between 41 and 50. You've read close to half the books on this list, and that's pretty impressive. Some of the books were published in recent years, and some were published hundreds of years ago, so you're quite well-read.
You got between 51 and 60. You've read over half of the list, so give yourself a big pat on the back--you've earned it! Keep reading and try to beat your score next year.
You got between 61 and 70. You devour books like they're going out of fashion (which they're not, FYI) and while you could definitely have read more, you're doing far better than most to get this far.
You got between 71 and 80. So close! You prefer reading over just about anything else, and we think that with a little bit of hard work you'll be able to tick off more books next year.
You got between 81 and 90. You probably own more books than you know what to do with and you take every possible moment to sneak in a few pages. You're our favourite kind of person.
You got between 91 and 101. To put it simply, you are our hero. This is a very impressive result, and you should be proud of yourself. Now, we'd say you should go take the afternoon off and curl up with a great book, but you're probably already doing that.