Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Other Boleyn Girl by Philippa Gregory


The Other Boleyn Girl – Review This novel is about the story of King Henry who did not found any male heir. He called the Boleyn family to court. The family consists of 3 children and a couple. The family wants the outspoken girl of their family Anne to be the member of royal family. But King Henry wants to marry the ...

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The Twentieth Wife by Indu Sundaresan – Review


The Twentieth Wife – Review “The Twentieth Wife” is a Historical Fiction Novel that was originally published in 2002. It was written by Indu Sundaresan. It was published by Washington Square Press in the English language. This novel includes 416 pages. In 2003, this novel won Washington State Book Award. It was the first novel of Indu Sundaresan. Well educated, once ...

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Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill


Think and Grow Rich – Review Think and Grow Rich is the Novel of Incredible novelist Napoleon Hill, published in 1937 in the United States of America. This novel was promoted as promoted as a self-improvement and also as personal development. This novel includes 238 pages in length. When the time comes to Napoleon Hill’s death in the year 1970, ...

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Friday the Rabbi Slept Late


Overview of Novel (1964) The winner of Edgar Award for the most excellent mystery novel, ‘Friday the Rabbi Slept Late’ by Harry Kemelman – first published in 1964, introduced the mystery series of Rabbi Small. The holy twist of its title triggered its triumph. This novel commenced chains of books & TV editions. Rabbi David Small, the new head of ...

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All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr


All The Light We Cannot See is written by marvelous American novelist Anthony Doerr. His novel was published by Scribner on 6 May 2014 in the United States of America. This historical novel won Pulitzer award in 2015 and also won Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in fiction in 2015. The total length of this novel includes 544 pages. ISBN: ...

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I, Claudius by Robert Graves


I, Claudius is the novel released in 1934 by English novelist Robert Graves in the Unites Kingdom. Cover artist of the first edition is John Aldridge. In 1998, I, Claudius comes in rank 14 in the Modern Library in the list of 100 best English novels of the 20th century. This historical novel includes 468 pages. ISBN: 978-0679724773 Overview of ...

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The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah (2015)


The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah (2015) This Historical novel that was published on 3 February 2015. This famous novel was adapted for the screen by TriStar Pictures in 2015 March. “This Nightingale” won Goodreads Choice Awards for Best Historical Fiction The Nightingale written by American best-selling novelist Kristin Hannah is the story about two sisters that struggle to survive during ...

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Just Listen by Sarah Dessen – Review


Just Listen by Sarah Dessen (2006) Just Listen was originally published on 6 April 2006. It was written by famous novelist Sarah Dessen. Just Listen” was the Adult Romantic novel written in English language and includes 400 pages. It was the 7th novel of Sarah Dessen. An amazing story of a 17 years old model, who in spite of her ...

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Encyclopedia of Hell by Martin Olson


Overview of Encyclopedia of Hell Martin Olson composed a booklet of Earth named as “Encyclopedia of Hell”. Including hundreds of hostile diagrams, it’s an inclusive & entirely revolting lexicon of Earth terminologies. Encyclopedia of hell is one of the funniest books. It includes 240 pages in length. Satan composed this oddly elegiac military guide for the edification and explanation of ...

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The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck – Review


The Grapes of Wrath  The Grapes of Wrath is a historical novel that was originally published on 14 April 1939 in the United States. It was written by American novelist John Steinbeck. In 1962, this famous novel got Pulitzer award and a national award for fiction. It includes 464 pages. Ma Joad, Tom Joad, Casy, Pa Joad and Uncle John ...

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