Paper Towns by John Michael Green


The novel ‘Paper Towns” starts when Quentin, a nine years old boy and his friend Margo found the dead body of Robert Joyner who was soon going to be divorced. He committed suicide in Jefferson Park. After nine years they grew apart. Then one night Margo come up to Quentin’s window and asks for his help. She presented her eleven ...

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The communist manifesto by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels


THE COMMUNIST MANIFESTO clarifies the objectives of communism along with the principle theory of this movement. It reasons that the base of historical development is struggling among different classes. The relationship among classes is actually an era’s resources of production. When these relationships become incompatible with evolving means of production, a revolution takes place with a new ruling class. And ...

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The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale


The main idea of “The Power of Positive Thinking” is that if one has faith in themselves then good things will happen to them. This book is actually a guide for boosting self-confidence and in doing so getting success. Although the author of this book is a religious person but the book is not religious. Peale’s own life was his ...

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Eleven Minutes by Paulo Coelho


This novel reveals the sanctified nature of love and sex and provokes us to face our own demons and hold our inner light. The best-selling writer Paulo Coelho narrates the story of young girl from the village of Brazil, Maria. Her first encounter with love was a heartrending experience and in quite young age she started believing that she’ll certainly ...

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If I Stay by Gayle Forman


If I Stay by Gayle Forman is a short novel telling us about one day in the life of Mia, a seventeen years old girl. In an accident which took lives of her parents and brother, Mia was having an out of body experience. It enables her to notice all happenings around her. At first, she thinks she’s dead. Mia ...

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The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway


The Old Man and the Sea this novel was written by the famous American author and novelist Ernest Hemingway. This novel was written in 1952 in Bimini, Bahamas. It was published in the year 1952. This novel was originally written in the English language. A total length of this novel is 127 pages. In 1953, this novel got Pulitzer award ...

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The Magic of Thinking Big by David J. Schwartz


“The Magic of Thinking Big” was the book of David Schwartz. He argues about many things in this books like he said the main thing is holding back the people is corresponding smallness of thoughts. And he also gives a brief explanation of the significance of ‘Thinking positively toward oneself’. The story of this book starts from a salesman who ...

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Things: A Story of the Sixties by Georges Perec


Things: A Story of the Sixties by Georges Perec It is a french novel and later published in the English language in 1967 translated by Helen R. Lane.And the author of this book is Georges Perec.and it is a Consumerism and modernity novel. Pages of this book are 157. Original title in french is Les chooses, Its a french novel later translated ...

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The Joke by Milan Kundera


The Joke by Milan Kundera The Joke is a satirical novel written by Milan Kundera first published in 1967. Novel original published in Czech language and then in 1969 it’s translated into English by Michael Henry Heim. The novel is a collection of jokes and moved around its characters. the story of main four characters Ludvik Jahn, Helena Zemánková, Kostka, and Jaroslav. Director Jaromil Jireš adapted this ...

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Humboldt’s Gift by Saul Bellow


Humboldt’s Gift by Saul Bellow Humboldt’s Gift was published in 1975 by Saul Bellow. This novel won Pulitzer prize for a Fictional novel in 1976. And this novel also won the Nobel prize in Literature in the same year.  It was Preceded by the “Mr. Sammler’s Planet” and followed by “The Dean’s December”  Download Pdf Novel

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