The Bestselling Books of the Last One Hundred Years: 1994

By February 29, 2020 Discussion and Recommendations

We started at 1918, bringing you the bestselling books of the last one hundred years. Today we start a new decade, as we countdown to the end of a century and a millennia with 1994!

After years of discussion and years of digging and engineering, a tunnel between the UK and France opened for the first time, allowing people to travel underground, known as the Channel Tunnel. The year also marked the 50th anniversary of the Allied Landings, marked in commemorations across the world. In South Africa the first multi-race elections were held, which became a landslide victory for Nelson Mandela, marking the end of Apartheid in the most spectacular way.

Among all that, there were plenty of books published and read too, and today we’re featuring the bestselling novels of 1994, and some that didn’t make the list but have stood the test of time.

The Chamber – John Grisham


Debt of Honor – Tom Clancy


The Celestine Prophecy – James Redfield


The Gift – Danielle Steel


Insomnia – Stephen King


Politically Correct Bedtime Stories – James Finn Garner


Wings – Danielle Steel


Accident – Danielle Steel


The Bridges of Madison County


Disclosure – Michael Crichton


1994 also saw the release of John Berendt’s Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.

We’ll continue this series right through to 2018, keep an eye out for 1995, coming soon!

If you’d like to see all the lists so far, try this search

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