There's a blogger called The Boston Bibliophile who posts a LibraryThing-related question every week and asks her readers to respond. This was last Tuesday's question:
What's the most popular book in your library?
The most popular book on the entire site is is Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, which I own, so that's my answer.
Have you read it?
My first thought was "Yes, of course!" (Not only have I read it, but I used to re-read all the books before each new book came out, so I've actually read it several times.) However, I then remembered that LibraryThing combines all translations of a book into one "work," so my foreign-language copies of the first Harry Potter book also count as the most popular book on LibraryThing. Since I haven't actually read my copies of Hali Bote: shen me de mo fa shi or Hari Potter a Maen yr Athronedd, I guess those count. (I'll let you figure out the languages and give you the clue that one is transliterated.)
What did you think?
I liked it and, on rereading it, was amazed at some of the early details she put in that tied in with later sequels.
How many users have it?
There are 37,483 copies besides mine.