20 of the Coolest Bookstores in the World to Explore | Book Riot (2023)

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As a book lover, you know there’s truly no better way to spend your time than visiting a bookstore. Yeah, reading a book is great and all, but there’s an unparalleled thrill we all feel when perusing a fresh stack of books we don’t yet own. Encounters with books at bookstores opens up a window of new opportunities. With so many bookstores in the world and so little time, I’ve compiled a list of the 20 coolest bookstores in the world that you, a bookstore lover like myself, have to make time to visit before you die.

But before we get into the list, what makes something the coolest bookstore? There are lots of different factors that can earn a bookstore that title. Some of these bookstores are amazingly stunning. Some of them boast a wide range of books. Some of them are in fun, quirky locales. Others boast really amazing reading programs or other community events.

In all honesty, there are so many of the coolest bookstores in the world out there, and it would be impossible to share each and every one of them. Just know that for every bookstore listed here, there are about 1,000 more that make up the honorable mentions list, including some of my personal favorites.

Which of these bookstores will you visit next? In no particular order, here is a list of the coolest bookstores in the world. Time to start making your travel plans.

The Coolest Bookstores in the World

Livraria Lello, Porto, Portugal

Let’s start with the bookstore that it widely regarded as one of the most beautiful (if not THE most beautiful) bookstore in the world. Located at 144 Rua das Carmelitas, in downtown Porto, this bookstore dates all the way back to 1881, when brothers José and António Lello initially opened an establishment at a nearby location to publish and sell books. The bookstore at its current location opened in 1906. There are many notable things about the architecture and design of this bookstore, but the staircase in particular really makes this bookstore stand out. You’re not only going to want to shop here. You’re going to want to take plenty of pictures.

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Honesty Bookshop, Hay-on-Wye, Wales

Hay-on-Wye is known as the National Book Town of Wales, and it’s also the location of the annual Hay Festival. So it should come as no surprise that the streets of Hay-on-Wye are lined with bookstores. Basically, the town is a book lover’s dream come true. But one of the coolest bookstores in Hay-on-Wye is the Honesty Bookshop on the grounds of Hay Castle. This open-air bookshop is open to browse 24/7. Book prices are cheap, ranging from £1 to £5. And to pay, you are just trusted to be honest and drop your payment in the payment box. All proceeds go towards the Hay Castle Trust.

SemiColon Bookstore & Gallery, Chicago, IL

Semicolon is a Black woman–owned bookstore and gallery in Chicago, Illinois. Part of what makes Semicolon so cool is the business’ dedication to raising the literacy rate in Chicago and beyond. Semicolon bookstore owner Danielle Mullen also helped create National Black Literacy Day to support literacy programs in Black communities. The bookstore has also teamed up with 93 Boyz X to support Books Before Bars, which provides books for jails in Illinois.

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El Ateneo, Buenos Aires, Argentina

El Ateneo was named the World’s Most Beautiful Bookstore by National Geographic. The building in Buenos Aires was first a theater called Teatro Gran Splendid, which opened in 1919. In 2000, the theater was renovatedand converted into a book and music shop under the direction of architect Fernando Manzone. Now, there are over 120,000 books on the shop’s shelves and a stage with a piano for live music.

Chongqing Zhongshuge Bookstore, Chongqing, China

Chongqing Zhongshuge is a 36,000–square foot store in Chongqing, China. The space features stunning staircases and mirrored walls that make the bookshop more than just a place to buy books. “The clients asked me and my team to create a bookstore that was also a landmark,” Li Xiang, the president of X+Living and the chief designer explained. “The glass ceiling enlarges the space, while creating something that appears more magical than it does real.”

El Péndulo, Mexico City, Mexico

El Péndulo is a chain of stores across Mexico City that is part bookstore, part cafe, and part restaurant. The stores are truly welcoming and beautiful places to gather, eat, drink, and talk books. Specifically, the Polanco location on Alejandro Dumas Street made Book Riot’s list of the 15 Most Instagrammed Bookstores in the world.

Powell’s, Portland, Oregon

Powell’s is a chain of bookstores in Portland, Oregon. Its flagship store on 1005 W Burnside Street is called the City of Books, and with good reason. It’s incredibly, almost overwhelmingly large. Even the world’s biggest book lover will discover books on Powell’s shelves that they’ve never heard of before. The store boasts carrying over one million titles, after all.

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Boekhandel Dominicanen, Maastricht, the Netherlands

Boekhandel Dominicanen in The Netherlands is another breathtaking bookstore that you’ll likely make you want to take a million pictures to post on Instagram. Located within the stone vaults of a former medieval church, this bookstore sells both Dutch and English titles. So, my English-speaking people, if you’re visiting Maastricht and are looking for a beautiful tourist destination and a place to buy more books, this is your spot.

Arc N Book, Seoul, South Korea

Arc N Book is a fun bookstore to visit for many reasons, but what I love most about it is that it’s a bookstore that promotes more than reading. Arc N Book is about the reading lifestyle. This curated shop is separated into four different themes: Daily, Weekend, Style, and Inspiration. Visitors are invited to stay a while, get something to eat or drink at the cafe, and lounge in one of the store’s many comfy seating areas to get the full experience. You’re also going to want to take pictures of the gorgeous arch made of books.

1200 Bookshop, Guangzhou, China

Speaking of bookstores where you can relax and stay a while, you can’t go wrong with 1200 Bookshop, located in Guangzhou, China. 1200 Bookshop is China’s first 24-hour bookshop. During the day, they’re in the business of selling books. At night, they offer a free place to stay in private rooms for backpackers. All you have to do to apply to stay at the shop is follow 1200 Bookshop on WeChat (ID: gz1200bookshop), or email to 1200bookshop@sina.com to let them know your travel plans and why you need a place to stay.

Strand Bookstore, New York City

If you love books, then you’ve likely already heard of New York’s famous Strand Bookstore. But that’s part of what makes it so cool. Strand is another bookstore that’s well-known for it large collection of books. The store carries over 2.5 million used, new, and rare books, in a wide range of categories. Strand has also become a community hub, offering up plenty of special book clubs, author readings, and more. Basically, if you plan a trip to New York and don’t take the time to stop by this bookstore, what are you doing?

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Word on the Water, London, England

What’s cooler than a bookstore on a boat? Word on the Water is a bookstore inside of a 100 year-old Dutch barge, located along the Regents Canal in London. Inside the store, you can find a wide range of classics, contemporary fiction, nonfiction, and children’s books. The book barge also hosts a variety of events, from jazz concerts to poetry slams.

Cook & Book, Brussels, Belgium

Does reading ever make you hungry? You’re all set at Cook & Book, a fabulous (and super cool) bookstore/restaurant in Brussels, Belgium. The shop is divided into nine rooms, each offering a different selection of books and its own unique atmosphere. One room has an English books section and is designed to look like a British library. There’s also a terrace with a playground. And yes, you can absolutely dine in each and every area of the store.

Atlantis Books, Santorini, Greece

Atlantis Books is one of the coolest bookstores in the world that’s been up and running in Santorini, Greece since 2004. The shop is known as the most beautiful bookstore in Greece and might just be one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world (yes, I know there are a ton of contenders on this list). Atlantis offers new and used books of modern classic fiction and nonfiction, as well as poetry, philosophy, art, and all things Greek interest. But the coolest part of the shop? Probably the terrace, where Atlantis hosts readings, food festivals, and film festivals.

Bart’s Books, Ojai, CA

Bart’s Books makes it on the list of the coolest bookstores in the world because it is the world’s largest outdoor bookstore. Open since 1964, Bart’s offers a wide range of second hand books, plus a few select new titles. The Ojai, California bookstore is such a fun, unique location that it has often been featured in TV, movies, and novels. For instance, Bart’s was featured in the 2010 film Easy A starring Emma Stone and Penn Badgley.

Librairie Avant-Garde, Nanjing, China

Librairie Avant-Garde in Nanjing, China, is another bookstore that gets cool points for its unique location. This bookstore was once a parking lot, and before that, it was a bomb shelter. But since 2004, this location has become a place where book lovers gather to buy books, grab a drink at the cafe, and attend talks, concerts, and art exhibitions.

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Cărturești Carusel, Bucharest, Romania

Cărturești Carusel, located in Bucharest, is part of the Romanian bookstore chain Cărturești. The bookstore carries a wide selection of books, but what you’ll probably notice first is the beautiful building. Built at the beginning of the 20th century, the building first housed the Chrissoveloni Bank headquarters. After that, it became a general store, but in the 1990s/2000s, the building was falling apart. Now, after a five-year rehabilitation, the stunning locale has been renewed to its former glory and houses this unforgettable bookstore.

Book and Bed, Tokyo, Japan

Book lovers visiting Japan will not want to miss out on this unique hostel experience. Book and Bed is a bookstore where you can also stay the night. If you don’t choose to stay the whole night, the bookstore also offers couches and beds were you can nap or just lounge during the day. Prefer to stay awake? You can grab a coffee and a bite to eat at the cafe.

The Last Bookstore, Los Angeles, California

Of course, Los Angeles’s coolest bookstore had to be on this list. The Last Bookstore is the largest new and used bookstore in California (according to Conde Nast Traveler). Located in an old bank building, the store is 22,000 square feet and includes a record store, a comic book store, a yarn shop, and much more! Gone Girl fans, David Fincher’s adaptation of the popular Gillian Flynn novel includes a scene set right here in this store. Oh, and you won’t want to miss getting a picture of the bookstore’s famous book tunnel.

Ready to explore more bookstores around the world? After you make your way through this list, make sure to check out the most Instagrammed bookstores in the world. Also, Book Riot has compiled our list of personal favorite bookstores in all 50 states. And if you’re on board for all things scary, then you’ll want to visit the most haunted bookstores and libraries around the world.


What bookstore has the most books in the world? ›

Powell's City of Books is the largest used and new bookstore in the world, housing approximately one million books. Powell's Books revenue is $45.0M as of 2021. Powell's Books has 500 employees, revenue per employee is $90,000.

How old is the oldest bookshop? ›

The Bertrand bookstore opened in Portugal in 1732, in Chiado and has held, since April 2010, the Guinness World Record for oldest bookstore still in activity.

Where is the most beautiful bookstore in the world National Geographic? ›

When the Gran Splendid Theater in Buenos Aires was converted into a branch of the Ateneo bookstore, the stage became a cafe. It was just named "the world's most beautiful bookstore" by National Geographic.

How does Barnes and Noble decide which books to stock? ›

Our buyers review publishers' catalogues, marketing materials and galleys or sample copies to help make their decisions. Most of these books are added to our book database and a small order is placed for our warehouse. This makes the title available for sale on our website and for order through our stores.

What is the number 1 most sold book? ›

According to Guinness World Records as of 1995, the Bible is the best-selling book of all time with an estimated 5 billion copies sold and distributed.

What are the top 10 most sold books in the world? ›

25 Best-Selling Books of All-Time
  • #1 – Don Quixote (500 million copies sold) ...
  • #2 – A Tale of Two Cities (200 million copies sold) ...
  • #3 – The Lord of the Rings (150 million copies sold) ...
  • #4 – The Little Prince (142 million copies sold) ...
  • #5 – Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (107 million copies sold)

What is the oldest store still running? ›

10 Oldest U.S. Retailers
  • Brooks Brothers – 1818. On April 7, 1818, Henry Sands Brooks opened H. ...
  • Lord & Taylor – 1826. ...
  • Kiehl's – 1851. ...
  • Macy's – 1858. ...
  • Saks Fifth Avenue – 1867. ...
  • Von Maur – 1872. ...
  • Sears – 1886. ...
  • Haverty Furniture – 1885.

What is the oldest book ever? ›

That honour goes to The Diamond Sutra , a Buddhist religious text. While the book dates back to the year 868 AD, it was found only in 1907, having remained hidden for nearly a 1,000 years. The credit for this goes to Sir Aurel Stein, a Hungary-born British archaeologist and explorer.

Is Bible the oldest book in the world? ›

The oldest extant complete text survives in a Greek translation called the Septuagint, dating to the 4th century CE (Codex Sinaiticus). The oldest extant manuscripts of the vocalized Masoretic Text (the basis of modern editions), date to the 9th century CE.

Where is the smallest bookstore in the world? ›

Now this is the kind of roadside attraction I would stop for. About 100 miles northeast of Toronto, The World's Smallest Bookstore sits on a quiet stretch of County Road 503. The bookstore itself is about 10ft by 10ft, and its shelves are full of mainstream literary titles and classic authors.

Is National Geographic owned by Disney? ›

A joint venture between The Walt Disney Company and the National Geographic Society, National Geographic Partners combines the global National Geographic television channels with National Geographic's media and consumer-oriented assets.

Can I sell my books to Barnes and Noble? ›

To get a quote for a textbook, click on Sell Your Textbooks. Type the ISBN number, located on the back of the book you wish to sell, and enter it in the field Get Quote. Click Get Quote to see how much we will pay you for your book.

Will Barnes and Noble survive? ›

After years of store closings, Barnes & Noble is making a comeback with 30 new stores planned for 2023—and a new image.

Is publishing through Barnes and Noble worth it? ›

Pros of using Barnes and Noble self publishing

They don't require exclusivity so you can still publish on other self-publishing platforms. Free and easy uploading. Printing costs are inexpensive. Good print quality if you do choose to use a paperback.

Has any book sold a billion copies? ›

According to Wikipedia, there are nine books that have sold more than 100 million copies. Actually, the Bible, the Qu'ran, and Chairman Mao's Little Red Book are all over a billion copies, but I can't think of any way that including those three books is going to work out well for me, so we're sticking with these.

What is the fastest selling book of all time? ›

The fastest selling book overall is Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the final instalment of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. It sold 8.3 million copies (or 345,833 books per hour) on the day of its release, 21 July 2007.

What books have sold 500 million copies? ›

The entire "Harry Potter" series has sold about 500 million copies to date, with this first book selling the most copies of any installment in the series.

Who is the No 1 book in the world? ›

Top 100 best selling books of all time
1Da Vinci Code,TheBrown, Dan
2Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsRowling, J.K.
3Harry Potter and the Philosopher's StoneRowling, J.K.
4Harry Potter and the Order of the PhoenixRowling, J.K.
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What is the number 1 read book in the world? ›

The Bible. Easily the most read book in the world is the Bible for obvious reasons. It is estimated to have sold over 40 million copies in the last 60 years.

What are the 3 most read books in the world? ›

He found that the Bible far outsold any other book, with a whopping 3.9 billion copies sold over the last 50 years. "Quotations from the Works of Mao Tse-tung" came in second with 820 million copies sold, and "Harry Potter" came in third with 400 million copies sold.

What is the smallest store ever? ›

Located a few doors down from the Christopher Street PATH Station in the West Village is the "World's Smallest Store." The interior of the 50-square-foot store looks like a long, narrow closet filled with clothing and other wares extending to a table on the sidewalk.

What is the oldest 5 and 10? ›

With a history that dates back to 1908, Berdine's Five & Dime is America's oldest Five and Dime store. When you walk through the doors of this treasure, you will feel as though you've travelled back a century. This store is located at 106 N Court St., Harrisville, West Virginia.

What is the oldest US general store? ›

Gray's General Store is a general store located at 4 Main Street in Adamsville, Rhode Island. Founded in 1788, it operated for almost 225 years and was reputed to be the oldest continually operating general store in the United States.

Who is the oldest known God? ›

Inanna is among the oldest deities whose names are recorded in ancient Sumer. She is listed among the earliest seven divine powers: Anu, Enlil, Enki, Ninhursag, Nanna, Utu, and Inanna.

What was the first Bible ever found? ›

Bible #1. The oldest surviving full text of the New Testament is the beautifully written Codex Sinaiticus, which was “discovered” at the St Catherine monastery at the base of Mt Sinai in Egypt in the 1840s and 1850s. Dating from circa 325-360 CE, it is not known where it was scribed – perhaps Rome or Egypt.

How old is the Bible in years? ›

The Bible is a collection of writings from approximately forty separate authors, written on three separate continents, comprised in three separate languages, and was compiled over the span of an estimated 1,500–1,600 years.

Is the Bible the word of God? ›

The Bible is Holy Scripture and is the word of God. It is a record of God's dealings with prophets and Christ's personal ministry to the earth.

Was the Bible written by God? ›

The Bible's origin is both human and divine—not just from God and not just from humans. The Bible's narratives, poems, histories, letters, prophecies, and other writings come from a profound collaboration between humanity and God.

Who wrote Bible first? ›

That single author was believed to be Moses, the Hebrew prophet who led the Israelites out of captivity in Egypt and guided them across the Red Sea toward the Promised Land.

What is the oldest book store in America? ›

Moravian Book Shop, Founded 1745

The Moravian Book Shop is the oldest bookstore in the United States of America, and it is even one of the oldest continually operating bookstores in the whole world.

Where is the oldest bookstore in the US? ›

Oldest in the Country

Founded in 1745, the Moravian Book Shop is located in the heart of historic Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and is the oldest continuously operating bookstore in the country.

Where is the largest bookstore in the US? ›

1. Powell's Bookstore | Portland, OR

Powell's might as well have its own zip code. The largest independent bookstore in the world, Powell's City of Books is home to more than 1 million new, used and rare tomes.

What is the #1 coolest library in the world? ›

1. Admont Abbey Library. There's little doubt that one of the best libraries in the world is the glamorous Admont Abbey Library of Austria. Full of exquisite frescoes set within Baroque architecture, you only need to take one look at this library to see what makes it special.

What is the weirdest library in the world? ›

10 Weirdest Libraries in The World
  • The Black Sea Beach Library. ...
  • Kenya's Camel Library. ...
  • Tiny Free Libraries. ...
  • Vending Machine Libraries. ...
  • Books on a Bus. ...
  • The Donkey-Library. ...
  • An Open Garden Library. ...
  • The Book Boat that Floats the Fjords.
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Does Disney own Coke? ›

No. They are each their own companies. Coca-Cola was at one point in the film business, when they owned Columbia Pictures. Disney has a relationship with Coca-Cola as they serve Coke products in their theme parks.

Does Disney own Hulu? ›

In March 2019, Disney acquired 21st Century Fox, giving it a 60% majority stake in Hulu. AT&T (which acquired Time Warner in 2018) sold back its roughly 10% stake the following month leaving Disney with 67% and Comcast with 33%.

Does Disney own the Bahamas? ›

In 1997, The Walt Disney Company purchased a 99-year land lease (through to 2096) for the cay from the Bahamian government, giving the company substantial control over the island.
Castaway Cay.
ArchipelagoLucayan Archipelago
Area1,000 acres (400 ha)
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Can you return old books to Barnes and Noble? ›

Magazines, newspapers, used books and shipping fees are not returnable or exchangeable. Digital content, including eBooks, audiobooks, digital magazines and newspapers, Access Codes, gift cards, and shrink-wrapped items that have been opened, are not returnable.

What does Barnes and Noble do with unsold books? ›

When sales slow down too much, the publisher will usually liquidate any unsold copies by massively reducing the price. If the books still don't sell, the remainders are usually destroyed through a process called 'pulping'.

How can I sell my books for a lot of money? ›

Tip #1: Find the Best Places to Sell Used Books Online
  1. BookScouter. The first thing you should do is go to BookScouter. ...
  2. Amazon. If you like more complicated ways, you can go directly to Amazon and try selling your books there. ...
  3. eBay. ...
  4. Etsy. ...
  5. Decluttr. ...
  6. Powell's Books. ...
  7. Half Price Books. ...
  8. Local Bookstores and Book-Buying Markets.
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Does Barnes and Noble have spy family? ›

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Is it fun to work at Barnes and Noble? ›

Fun workplace

Great working environment, friendly coworkers, and stress free (aside from the holidays). The discount was also great for.

Who is Barnes and Noble's biggest competitor? ›

Barnes & Noble competitors include Chegg, Amazon, McGraw Hill and Mazedon. Barnes & Noble ranks 2nd in Product Quality Score on Comparably vs its competitors.

Do book publishers pay you? ›

Most publishers pay royalties based on the retail price of the book. That means if the book retails at $20, and the royalties rate is 5%, you will earn $1 per book sold. These kinds of royalties are often called “list royalties” or “retail royalties.”

Can I publish elsewhere if I publish on Amazon? ›

Publishing on Amazon is free to you. There are no costs to getting your book(s) self-published through this platform. If you publish on Amazon KDP, you can publish elsewhere. You cannot publish elsewhere if your book is enrolled in Kindle Unlimited, however.

Do publishers pay you to publish your book? ›

Most traditional publishers will not charge you to publish your work, and many will in fact pay you an advance, or a portion of your royalties before the work even sells to cover some of your expenses.

Which is the largest bookstore in world? ›

Although it retained the name, the Guinness Book of World Records listed the Barnes & Noble College Booksellers location on Fifth Avenue in New York City as the largest bookstore in the world based on floor space, although Powell's Books of Portland, Oregon, is usually considered the largest based on shelf-space.

What place has the most books in the world? ›

List of countries
1United States275 232
2China208 418
3United Kingdom186 000
4Japan139 078
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Which US library has the most books? ›

The Library of Congress, founded in 1800, is a book lover's dream. With 164 million items and 1,350 kilometers of bookshelves, it's the world's largest library.

Who has the largest book collection in the world? ›

The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world with more than 173 million items.

What is the biggest book store in the United States? ›

If we're going to talk about online book sales, then it's important to mention the giant in the room. Amazon is the largest book retailer in the world with a catalog that includes more than 33 million titles, and they will ship them just about anywhere.

Where is the biggest book store in America? ›

1. Powell's Bookstore | Portland, OR

Powell's might as well have its own zip code. The largest independent bookstore in the world, Powell's City of Books is home to more than 1 million new, used and rare tomes.

What is the oldest bookstore in America? ›

Moravian Book Shop, Founded 1745

The Moravian Book Shop is the oldest bookstore in the United States of America, and it is even one of the oldest continually operating bookstores in the whole world.

What nationality reads the most? ›

The NOP World Culture Score Index puts India as the nation that enjoys reading the most when considering the amount of time spent doing so among the 30 major nations surveyed. India tops our list, with its residents reading an average of 10 hours and 42 minutes weekly.

What is most read book in the world? ›

The Bible. Easily the most read book in the world is the Bible for obvious reasons. It is estimated to have sold over 40 million copies in the last 60 years.

What is the name of most read books in the world? ›

The most read book in the world is the Bible. Writer James Chapman created a list of the most read books in the world based on the number of copies each book sold over the last 50 years. He found that the Bible far outsold any other book, with a whopping 3.9 billion copies sold over the last 50 years.

What library has the most rare books? ›

The Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library (/ˈbaɪnɪki/) is the rare book library and literary archive of the Yale University Library in New Haven, Connecticut. It is one of the largest buildings in the world dedicated to rare books and manuscripts.

What is the biggest free library? ›

Internet Archive

Featuring over 36 million ebooks, the Internet Archive is possibly the largest digital library ever created. In addition to free ebooks, its catalog includes over 778 billion web pages and millions of videos, concerts, audio files, and software programs.

What are the most sold books in the USA? ›

Top 100 best selling books of all time
1Da Vinci Code,TheBrown, Dan
2Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsRowling, J.K.
3Harry Potter and the Philosopher's StoneRowling, J.K.
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What is the largest book ever printed? ›

Based on the bestselling series by Brad Meltzer and Christopher Eliopoulos, the book titled, "I Am Texas" is a compilation of Texas themed stories and artwork by one-thousand students.

Who has written the most books ever? ›

Brazilian author Ryoki Inoue holds the Guinness World Record for being the most prolific author, with 1,075 books published under many pseudonyms. Inoue would write all day and all night until he finished a book.

Who has written the most books in the US? ›

According to Guinness World Records, L. Ron Hubbard is the most prolific writer of all time. In addition to founding the controversial religion Scientology, the sci-fi author published 1084 works between 1934 and 2006. Of those works, more than 250 were fiction.


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