1) Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling
If it’s not considered a classic series already, it certainly will be in about 50 years or so. And even if it’s not, even if Harry Potter somehow inexplicably fades into obscurity, I will still be reading the books until the end of time.
2) The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
A heartbreaking novel about two cancer-stricken teenagers falling in love, I believe TFIOS is destined to become one of those classic YA novels that will find itself being read by each new generation.
3) The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami
I think The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle is already considered a modern classic so it’s odds of becoming an enduring classic are pretty good.
4) The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Here’s hoping that in a hundred years or so, people are still reading The Hunger Games – not living it.
5) It by Stephen King
I’m calling it here, folks – Stephen King’s novels will one day be considered horror classics just like Dracula and Frankenstein. If I have to choose just one book destined to earn classic status, then I choose It.
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