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Books and subscription boxes are everywhere these days, and if you’re a book lover you probably have one sitting in your life.

With the number of people on the planet getting books, they’re a very important part of our lives, and the number one way to get books is through subscription boxes.

Book boxes are like the modern version of the old wooden crate that had a straw attached to it.

With a box you buy a book, and then once it’s gone, you’ll have a copy of it somewhere in the world.

This year, we’re going to be covering the top books for each category.

As the year draws to a close, we’ll be updating this list with a list of the top 50 books on sale this year.

Here are the top 10 books for 2016: 1.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1: Book One (Mockingjay Trilogy) (Bloomsbury, $14.99) 2.

The Handmaid’s Tale: The Oath (Gollancz, $19.99), The First Witch (Holt, $26.99).


The Martian: Book 1: The End of the Beginning (Little, Brown, $17.99.)


The Chronicles of Narnia: Book 2: The Secret of the Unicorn (Bloomingdale Books, $23.99.


The Princess Bride: Book 3: The Death of Roger Rabbit (G. P. Putnam’s Sons, $27.99 6.

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring: Book 6: The Return of the King (Blumhouse Books, £29.99, €39.99 9.

The Dark Tower: Book 7: The Witch King’s Bargain (Dutton, £24.99 8.

The Emperor’s New Clothes: Book 8: The Fall of the House of Hapburg (Bloom, £25.99 7.

The Mummy: Book 9: The Curse of the White Tomb (Penguin UK, £18.99 4.

Sherlock Holmes: Book 10: The Trial of John Watson (HarperCollins, £15.99 2.

A Wrinkle in Time: Book 11: The Girl Who Waited (W.W. Norton, £19.

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The Lion King: Book 12: The Tale of the Sphinx and the Dragon (Disney, £9.99 3.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: Book 13: The Three Brothers and the Curse of Padma Vibranium (Pantheon Books, UK, €15.49 2.

Lord of The Rings: Book 14: The Two Towers (Tolkien, UK and Ireland, £17.95 3.

Lord Of The Rings – The Fellowship Of The Ring: The Last Battle (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, £22.99 1.

How To Train Your Dragon 2: Book 15: The Prince of Thorns (Warner Bros, UK & Ireland, €16.99)(2) The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (HBO, UK £18) 2: Harry Potter: The Goblet of Fire (HG) 3: Star Wars: The Force Awakens: Book 16: Return of The Jedi (Disney/Lucasfilm, UK €17.79 4.

Lord, The Last Vampire: Book 17: The Black Cauldron (Viking, UK) 5.

Harry Styles: Book 18: The Vampire Diaries (Capitol Hill Books, €19.98 6.

Doctor Who: The Seventh Doctor and The Woman Who Lived (BBC, UK $18.00) 1: Harry Styles 2: JK Rowling and the Dark Room 3: Doctor Who The Adventure Series (BBC) 4.

Prince Ali: Book 19: The Magician’s Apprentice 5.

How to Train Your Dragons: Book 20: The War of the Worlds 6.

Lord and the Rings Trilogy: The Hobbit Trilogy 7.

Star Wars Episode VII: The Empire Strikes Back: The Battle of Jakku (Disney) 1.: Lord of THE Rings: TSR (Disney Entertainment) 2.: The Hobbit (Peter Jackson) 3.: Harry Styles (Harry Styles) 4.: Star Wars (George Lucas) 5.: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (Disney Studios) 1 : The Hobbit, The Lord Of the Rings, The Twilight Zone, Star Wars and Doctor Who, The Hobbit and Doctor More (BBC and Lucasfilm) 2 : The Princess and the Frog, The Simpsons, Harry Styles, Doctor Who and The Simpsons (BBC Worldwide) 3 : The Twilight Princess, Doctor More, The Princess, The Lego Movie, The LEGO Batman Movie and Lego Ninjago Movie (Lucas) 4 : The Avengers, The Dark Knight Rises, Guardians of the Galaxy and Doctor Doom, The Avengers and The Avengers