The Fireman by Joe Hill – Review


The Fireman is the novel of famous American novelist Joe Hill. He published his novel on  17 May 2016. The total length of the novel is 768 pages. It was published by William Morrow and Company. This is the story about a Plague. The horrible plague is speared all over the country. Starts from one city and moves one by one all ...

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The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova – Overview

The Historian

The Historian is the novel by Elizabeth Kostova. He is an American author. This one his first novel. 2005 is the publishing date of this novel. Vlad Țepeș is the important topic discussing the history. Count Dracula is the main character whole story is going around this Dracula. The author really inspired the Dracula character. She writes this saga and ...

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The Woman Warrior by Maxine Hong Kingston – Review

The Woman Warrior

  The Chinese American writer Maxine Hong Kingston wrote an autobiography “The Woman Warrior” which was published by Alfred A. Knopf in 1976. This biography revolves around the life of a girl whose life is a ghost. To define the genre of this no doubt there are many scholarly debates going for its classification. Aside from that this book should ...

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The Crucible by Arthur Miller – Review

The Crucible

The Crucible by Arthur Miller – Review The Crucible is written by Arthur Miller. He is a play writer and this one is his type of Play. Salem witch trials, McCarthyism is the main subject of this saga that is describing by play writer. Salem, and Massachusetts Bay colony is the main places where this story happens. 1692-1693 is the ...

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Gentleman Jole and the Red Queen by Lois McMaster Bujold – Review


Gentleman Jole and the Red Queen  Gentleman Jole and the Red Queen is written by famous novelist Lois McMaster Bujold. This story is about great struggle of a single woman after the death of her husband. The when she feels she has nothing in this universe and has no precious thing to destroy. Here the author explains the story of ...

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The Commitments by Roddy Doyle – Review

The Commitments

The Commitments is written by Roddy Doyle. The tale originally called “The Partitions”. The published date of this novel is 1987. When this novel is published the majority people like this novel. The novelist is very excellent and outstanding, breathtaking exemplify s the whole story very astonishingly and wonderfully and makes the breathtaking and exhilarating. The main character of this ...

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The City of Mirrors Novel by Justin Cronin – Review


The City of Mirrors is the final novel of the series “The Passage”. The City of Mirrors was written by Justin Cronin. This novel was published in 2016. This novel followed the novel The Twelve. The City of Mirrors was released finally by Ballantine Books on 24 May 2016. The City of Mirrors is supposed to be a part of ...

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Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff

Fates and Furies

Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff – Review Fates and Furies novel is written by an American author Lauren Groff in 2015. It is the fourth book and third novel of Lauren Groff. The novel was published by Riverhead Books. The book is about the different people who are in a different relationship and how are their views on relationships. ...

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Three-Body Problem’ by Cixin Liu

Three-Body Problem

Three-Body Problem’ by Cixin Liu  The “Three-Body Problem” is the first of a trilogy named Remembrance of Earth’s Past. This novel is a science fiction masterpiece written by a Chinese science fiction writer Liu Cixin. The novel as illustrated by its name is about the orbital mechanics in three-body problem. The trilogy is known in Chinese people by The Three ...

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Understanding by Design – PDF Educational Book

Understanding by Design

Understanding by Design – PDF  Understanding by Design, or UbD, is an educational planning approach. This Book is an example of backward design, the practice of looking at outcomes in order to design the curriculum units, classroom instruction and performance assessments. UbD focuses on teaching to achieve understanding. It is advocated by the Jay McTighe and Grant Wiggins in their Understanding ...

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