Famous works that Belly Up is actually rated higher than on Goodreads

In posting the following list, I do not mean to indicate in any way that Belly Up is actually better than any of the other works.  Only that, according to the reviewers on Goodreads, it is:

Belly Up: 4.05 avg rating

Hamlet, by William Shakespeare: 4.00 avg rating

Romeo & Juliet, same author: 3.73

A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens: 3.64

The Sun Also Rises, Ernest Hemingway: 3.78

Sense and Sensibility, Jane Austen: 4.02

Of Mice and Men, John Steinbeck: 3.71

Slaughter-House Five, Kurt Vonnegut: 3.88

The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne: 3.27

So, the next time your teacher catches you reading Belly Up instead of the book you’re supposed to be reading for class, just let your teacher know that Belly Up is considered a better piece of fiction by the masses.

I’m sure that will go over well.

2 thoughts on “Famous works that Belly Up is actually rated higher than on Goodreads

  1. Wow that is really cool, because A Tale of Two Cities is really popular. In fact its has about 200 million sales(more then any other story book) which is 80 million more then Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone!!!! Great work!!!

  2. Johnny John –

    Goodreads ratings change all the time. I haven’t checked this since i wrote the post.

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