A BBC survey said that 60% of people are considered more attractive if they are well-read. So here are the 20 books we lie about when asked if we've read them.

"Have you read...?" It's a very common question. Maybe it's a question about the new novel everyone is talking about or there's a popular show or movie that's based on a book series, but it's a question that comes up a lot. So here is the list of the books people have lied and have said that they've read them.

20. "The Catcher in the Rye" J.D. Salinger

Little, Brown and Company





















19. "Catch 22" Joseph Heller

Simon & Schuster




















18. "The Great Gatsby" F. Scott Fitzgerald

Charles Scribner's Sons




















17. "And Then There Were None" Agatha Christie

Collins Crime Club




















16. "Fifty Shades of Grey" trilogy, E.L. James

Vintage Books




















15. "Oliver Twist" Charles Dickens

Richard Bentley





















14. "The Diary of Anne Frank" Anne Frank

Contact Publishing



















13. "Great Expectations" Charles Dickens

Chapman & Hall






















12. "Harry Potter" series, J.K. Rowling






















11. "Bleak House" Charles Dickens

Bradbury & Evans





















10. "Pride and Prejudice" Jane Austen

T. Egerton, Whitehall






















9. "Crime and Punishment" Fyodor Dostoyevsky

The Russian Messenger




















8. "David Copperfield" Charles Dickens

Bradbury & Evans





















7. "To Kill a Mockingbird" Harper Lee

J. B. Lippincott & Co.




















6. "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes" Arthur Conan Doyle

George Newnes




















5. "Anna Karenina" Leo Tolstoy

The Russian Messenger





















4. "War and Peace" Leo Tolstoy

The Russian Messenger





















3. "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, J.R.R. Tolkien

Allen & Unwin




















2. "1984" George Orwell

Secker & Warburg




















1. "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" Lewis Carroll