The 50 favorite books of the French according to France Télévisions

The 50 favorite books of the French according to France Télévisions

France Télévisions had launched, last spring and in partnership with the BBC, a vast device to allow the French to draw up the list of their favorite books. This all genres and formats combined and with only one limit: that the book be translated into French. An opportunity for France Télévisions to “highlight the great richness and diversity of our literary heritage”, according to a press release.

Of the “tens of thousands of French people of all ages” expressed their choice, specifies the public television. And while the 50 favorite books of the French have just been unveiled, the public can now choose from this list to designate a single book. The favorite book of the French will thus be unveiled during a big evening in the fall on France Television.

The 50 favorite books of the French:

– 1984, by George Orwell
– In Search of Lost Time, by Marcel Proust
– Royal Assassin, of Robin. Hobb
– To the happiness of the ladies, by Emile Zola
– Goodbye up there, by Pierre Lemaitre
– Before the world closes, by Alain Mascaro
Beauty of the lord by Albert Cohen
– Berserkby Kentaro Miura
– A hundred years of lonelinessby Gabriel Garcia Marquez
– Change flower waterby Valerie Perrin
– Cyrano de Bergeracby Edmond Rostand
– Dragon Ballby Akira Toriyama
– Dunesby Franck Herbert
– Together, that’s allby Anna Gavalda
– Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, by JK. Rowling
– Hunger gamesby Suzanne Collins
– It’s high time to rekindle the starsby Virginie Grimaldi
-Jane Eyreby Charlotte Bronte
-JoJo’s Bizarre Adventureby Hirohiko Araki
– Kilometer 0by Maud Ankaoua
– The attack of the Titansby Hajime Isayama
– The foam of the daysby Boris Vian
– The Strangerby Albert Camus
– The Alchemistby Paulo Coehlo
– The Horde of the Windshieldby Alain Damasio
– The dawn of timeby René Barjavel
– Where the crayfish singby Delia Owens
– The Mirror Passby Christelle Dabos
– The passer of words, by AJ. Twice
– The promise of dawnby Romain Gary
– The braidby Laetitia Colombani
– The truth about the Harry Quebert affairby Joel Dicker
– The count of Monte Cristoby Alexandre Dumas
– The perfumeby Patrick Suskind
– The little Princeby Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
– The Lord of the Rings, by JRR. Tolkien
– Happy people read and drink coffeeby Agnès Lugand
– The Wuthering Heightsby Emily Bronte
– Dangerous relationshipsby Choderlos de Laclos
– Wretchedby Victor Hugo
– The Pillars of the Earthby Ken Follet
– Madame Bovaryby Gustave Flaubert
-Narutoby Masashi Kishimoto
– Black Water Liliesby Michel Bussi
-One Pieceby Eiichiro Oda
– Pride and Prejudiceby Jane Austen
-Percy Jacksonby Rick Riordan
– Scorpiby Roxane Dambre
– All the blue of the skyby Melissa Da Costa
– Journey to the Edge of the Nightby Louis-Ferdinand Céline

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