The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah (2015)

The-Nightingale

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

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

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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

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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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Ulysses by James Joyce – Review

Ulysses

Ulysses by James Joyce – Review Ulysses is the novel of Irish Novelist James Joyce. In the American Journal “The Little Review”, it was sequential in parts from 1918 March to 1920 December. Ulysses was entirely published on 2 February 1922 by Sylvia Beach. It comes in modernist literature as significant effort. Ulysses divided into 18 episodes and in length, it ...

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The Godfather by Mario Puzo (1969)

The-Godfather

Overview of “The Godfather”  ‘The Godfather’, a classic story of betrayal & crime which turned out to be a worldwide phenomenon. It’s also the profound story of Corleone family, simultaneously dragged together and ragged apart by its exclusive place in the interior of American Mafia. Still astounding even after a quarter century of its release, this captivating story of murder, ...

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Healthy Weight Loss Without Dieting By whfoods.com

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Healthy Weight Loss Without Dieting  Have you trying to lose weight but failed I think you are eating the wrong food. You need to eat right kind of food. I will show you in this book how eating more can keep you slim. You will eat less nutrient-poor foods that make you fat. Nutrient-rich foods those foods which have maximum amounts ...

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The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan

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The Pilgrim’s Progress 1678 The Pilgrim’s Progress originally published in 1678 in the English language in England. This novel is translated in above 200 languages and regarded as noteworthy works of English literature. The full title of this novel is “The Pilgrim’s Progress from This World to That Which Is to Come; Delivered under the Similitude of a Dream.” The ...

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Alberta and Jacob – Cora Sandel

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 Overview of Alberta and Jacob  “Alberta and Jacob” portrays a year in a young woman’s life who is coming of age in North Norway – nameless but obviously Tromso. Lacking apparent thrill, Alberta’s life with much drama pretty local – thieving coal from domestic supply to heat up the room, e.g. or furtively hocking a treasure to increase money. Her internal ...

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Alms for Oblivion by Simon Oblivion

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Alms for Oblivion – Review Alms for Oblivion is originally published in 1964. It was written by Simon Raven. Alms for Oblivion, an incredible sequence of ten novels, with every novel revealing different stories but simultaneously connected together by their common characters – businessmen & schoolboys, soldiers & authors, patient wives & prostitutes, models & artists. First, four novels of ...

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