Historical novel

Gilead by Marilynne Robinson – Fiction Novel

Gilead

The novel Gilead was published on November 4, 2004, and was written by Marilynne Robinson. The novel won the National Book Critics Circle award as well as Pulitzer Prize fiction award in 2005. Gilead is the second novel of Robinson after the Housekeeping, which was published in 1980. Gilead, the novel is about the autobiography and fiction story about Reverend ...

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The Grid by Gretchen Bakke – History Novel

The Grid

The Grid: The Fraying Wires Between Americans and Our Energy is written by Gretchen Bakke. She is a Cultural Anthropologist and holds a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago. She has her research about the several failing countries including Yugoslavia, Cuba and the Soviet Union. And she is an assistant professor at McGill University and a former fellow at the ...

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The Myth of the Strong Leader by Archie Brown

The Myth of the Strong Leader

The Myth of the Strong Leader: Political Leadership in the Modern Age: This book was chosen as the book of the year by Bill Gates in 2016. Archie Brown disapproves the modern leaders who have a belief of dominating the world by power. And also tells about the leaders who were most successful at all times. The author describes the ...

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Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray

vanity-fair

Vanity Fair (novel) This saga is based on the life history of one family. In Vanity Fair, the author explains the lifestyle of this particular family as well as the friends and other relatives. This saga is held after the wars. The main wars are under discussion is Napoleonic Wars. When is the advantages of this war as well as ...

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True History of the Kelly Gang by Peter Carey – Review

True History of the Kelly Gang by Peter Carey True History of the Kelly Gang is a written by Peter Carey. He is an Australian Author. This just historical novel. The novel is followed by My Life as a Fake. UQP (Australia) is the publisher of this saga. 2000 is the publishing date of this book. Ned Kelly is the ...

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The Gates of Hell by Michael Livingston – Review

The Gates of Hell

The Gates of Hell by Michael Livingston – Review The Gates of Hell is the novel that was written by Michael Livingston. This fantasy historical novel was originally published on 15 November 2016. This is saga is about the hell. The knowledge about hell is described here author explains that each and every step of life responsible for the upcoming events ...

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How the Steel Was Tempered by Nikolai Ostrovsky

How the Steel Was Tempered

How the Steel Was Tempered by Nikolai Ostrovsky It’s a reality based socialist novel. It is written by Nikolai Ostrovsky. He was a very Soviet writer. How the Steel Was Tempered is one of the most famous books in USSR. He was praised a lot due to his extraordinary spirit. Nikolai Ostrovsky was invalid and blind because of serious disease. But still, he ...

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Oscar and Lucinda by Peter Carey – Review

Oscar and Lucinda

Oscar and Lucinda – Review Peter Carey is the writer of this saga. He is a great writer in Australian history writes amazing saga and got a number of attentions as well as awards. After writing these novels, he is nominated for awards and wins two awards named Booker Prize Award and Miles Franklin Award in 1988 and 1989. Oscar and ...

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The Wide Sargasso Sea by jean Rhys – Review

Wide Sargasso Sea

The Wide Sargasso Sea is the novel written by jean Rhys. He was born in Dominica and moves towards America. He is a British well-known Author. 1966 is the publication date of this saga. He writes many other famous novels named Good Morning and Midnight. “The Wide Sargasso Sea” considered her best work. This novel increased her prosperity. This one ...

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The Gene: An Intimate History by Siddhartha Mukherjee

The Gene

Siddhartha Mukherjee writes “The Gene: an Intimate History”. This novel was originally published on 17 May 2016. The Writer Siddhartha Mukherjee is bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize winner by the book of The Emperor of All Maladies. He is an Indian-born American physician and also an oncologist. He explains how important it is to explain all of these concepts to the ...

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