More than two million books have been reviewed on Amazon in the past two weeks, according an analysis by the website BN.

The most popular titles reviewed in this period were the following:1.

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug2.

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King3.

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix4.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire5.

The Dark Tower: The Final Battle6.

The Book of Unwritten Tales7.

The Adventures of Superman: The Man Without Fear8.

A History of Magic: The Magic of the World9.

A Song of Ice and Fire: The Power of Words10.

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe11.

The Last Man on Earth: A Tale of Two Cities12.

The New York Times bestselling novel A Confederacy of Dunces: A Journey Through the World of the Dunderheads13.

The World’s Most Dangerous Book: The Book Thief and the Black Book14.

The Man Who Would Be King: The Life and Death of Richard Nixon15.

The Road Warrior: The Rise of James Bond16.

The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season17.

The Amazing Spider-Man: The First 50 Years18.

A Wrinkle in Time: A Story About Two Girls19.

The Secret Life of Pets: The Secret Lives of Pets in the U.S.

S, the World’s Largest Pet Database, has published data from more than 1.5 million books on the Internet.

The data, compiled by BN, covers the online reviews and reviews of books reviewed in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, South Africa, South Korea, India, Israel, Japan, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Portugal, India and China.

BN also tracked reviews on Amazon UK, France and Germany, with the remaining countries not included.

According to BN data, the most popular book was The Hobbit, followed by Harry Potter, Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire, The Lord Of The Rings: the Return of The King and The Book Of Unwritten Tales.

Other popular titles on Amazon were The Hunger Gospels, The Little Prince, The Avengers: Age Of Ultron, The World Of Warcraft: Legion, The Chronicles Of Narnian: The Little Witch And The Wardrobe, The Adventures Of Superman, The Hobbit and The Lord, The Road Warriors, The Walking Tombstone, The Hunger Game: Caught Fire, the Chronicles Of Ice And Fire, Captain America: Civil War, Marvel’s Daredevil and Marvel’s Spider-man.

The list of the top five most popular reads in the first two weeks of November was dominated by books written by people who are in the same field of work.

The bestselling books by people in science fiction, fantasy and mystery were followed by books by writers who are writing nonfiction.

The top five books reviewed on BN included:A Wrinkle In Time: The World of Pets by Robert SilverbergThe World’s Greatest Pets by Sarah KeeslingThe Adventures of Robin Hood and Robin Hood’s Treasure: A Romance by John DarnielleThe Secret Life Of Pets: A True Story by Michael C. WrightThe Book Thief & The Black Book: A Quest for the Secrets of the Black Family by Michael ChabonThe Lord Of the Rings The Return Of The King: A Legend Reborn by J.R.

R TolkienThe Hobbit: A Visual History of Middle-earth by JRR TolkienThe Chronicles Of Magic: A Vision Of the New World by Peter StraubThe Little Prince: A Book Of Legends by John GrishamThe Hunger Games A Book of Secrets by Suzanne CollinsThe World of Warcraft: A Digital Adventure: The Battle for Azeroth by Chris MetzenThe Lord of The Rings The First Five Years: A Saga of Heroes by JG BallardThe World Of Plants: A Guide To The World by Charles DickensThe Book of Untold Tales by David SedarisThe World is a Beautiful Place and I Am Here by William GibsonThe Hobbit And The Lord: The Journey To The West by Peter JacksonThe Chronicles of Magic by JR Tolkien.