John Steinbeck

#TitleYearScore
1Add to wishlist.The Grapes of Wrath193960.84
2Add to wishlist.Of Mice and Men193732.46
3Add to wishlist.East of Eden195227.97
4Add to wishlist.Cannery Row194526.75
5Add to wishlist.The Pearl194724.74
6Add to wishlist.In Dubious Battle193623.25
7Add to wishlist.Tortilla Flat193523.18
8Add to wishlist.The Winter of Our Discontent196120.63
9Add to wishlist.The Moon is Down194219.36
10Add to wishlist.The Red Pony193318.19
11Add to wishlist.To a God Unknown193317.47
12Add to wishlist.The Wayward Bus194715.85
13Add to wishlist.The Pastures of Heaven193215.83
14Add to wishlist.The Long Valley193814.83
15Add to wishlist.Sweet Thursday195414.82
16Add to wishlist.The Acts of King Arthur and His Noble Knights197613.67
17Add to wishlist.Burning Bright195012.91
18Add to wishlist.Cup of Gold192911.66

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