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Journey to the Well

Journey to the Well

by Diana Taylor
336 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 43 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Deep Water Blues
by Fred Waitzkin
160 Pages · 2015 · 9 MB · 36 Downloads · New!
The “Deep Water Blues” is an amazing biographical fiction of Fred Waitzkin. Fred Waitzkin was born in Cambridge Massachusetts in 1943. When he was a teenager, he wavered between wanting to spend his life as a fisherman. His memoir, Searching for Bobby fisher was made into a major motion picture released in 1993. He writes another book including The Last Martin, Mortal Games, and The Dream Merchant. He spends more time on the bridge with his old boat. In Deep Water Blues, the technique Fred uses alternating between telling the story of his voyage to Rum Cay Island and the history, that make it difficult to put the book down.Fred Waitzkinsees below the surface of life as if he is snorkeling through it, watching the curling sharks single out their overconfident prey. Even as some novelists give you characters who are “larger than life” Waitzkin gives you characters that are the very essence of the life itself.
Schindler’s List
by Thomas Keneally
400 Pages · 1993 · 9  MB · 49 Downloads · New!
Schindler’s List is WWII, Jewish, redemption, literature, history and redemption novel which describes the story of a German war profiteer who saved the life of 1,300 Jewish people. Thomas Keneally is the author of this classy novel. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times. This book is nominated as the best book for the Los Angeles Times Book Award for Fiction and also the winner of the Booker Prize. An amazing novel which is based on the true story of a German factory director who risked his life to save the Jewish community. Oskar Schindler is a factory directory and war profiteer. He born and raised in Germany and he earns millions of dollars through his business. Oskar is one of the biggest suppliers of Germany who earns a lot of profit by selling weapons to the army. Whenever a war begins at the border then Oskar got massive profit and he just loved it. He also owns a big factory which brings thousands of sales every year. WWII begins and his weapons are using in the war. Oskar is making all the money and he has no concern who is killed through his weapons. What force Oskar to save 1,300 Jewish people from the gas chambers?
One Day in The Life of Ivan Denisovich
by Alexander Solzhenitsyn
208 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 40 Downloads · New!
“One Day in The Life of Ivan Denisovich” is an amazing and fiction filled book in which the author tells us the tragic story of a Russian soldier who was convicted of crimes and evil deeds and was punished badly without any evidence. This full of suspense and fiction filled book is written by Alexander Solzhenitsyn. He served as an army officer in the Russian Army and was dutiful, hardworking, and honest. I this book the author tells us the story of a young soldier who was also very honest and hardworking but he was the suspect of few evil deeds wrongfully but now there was no evidence to prove that he has not done anything wrong. Finally, he was punished, and here the author discusses the lack of humanity and mercy among the authorities that they take the decision without proper investigation and pieces of evidence. Simple to say the real culprits mislead them and they follow them blindly. In summary, the book is emotional, close to reality, lesson giving, and full of suspense for the readers who love fantasy and thrill.
The Book of Disquiet
by Fernando Pessoa
544 Pages · 2015 · 4 MB · 51 Downloads · New!
“The Book of Disquiet (Penguin Classic)” is a beautifully written biography book that reveals the hidden places of the soul. Fernando Pessoa remains one of the most enigmatic writers of the 20th century. Pessoa is a profoundly introspective and honest writer who explained existential themes based upon his honest study of his own life and dreams. Pessoa is the most honest writer who ever lived in the reader’s heart and minds. He is highly self-critical, quiet, and smarts from the disquiet of his simple life as a bookkeeper in Lisbon. He worked at an office job and wrote many books and stories under various pennames, who were different personalities with their own literary styles. Pessoa’s disquieting themes eventually grew into the philosophical worldview claimed by the existentialists and he was an existentialist before many of them. Pessoa writes with the passion of Nietzsche. His books are interesting and worth to read for the readers. He died in 1935, a few years short of 50. He left numerous unpublished writing in a variety of languages, his Lisbon publishers and variously translators are still shifting them. To sum it up, The Book of Disquiet is an interesting biography book for the readers.
The Last Woman Standing
by Thelma Adams
298 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 42 Downloads · New!
“The Last Woman Standing: A Novel” is such a beautiful novel that keeps the readers on the edge from very beginning lines to till the last word. Thelma Adams is the author of this novel. The author is a great storyteller and readers will get to know it by reading this novel. The beginning of the novel is slow but it gets the reader’s interest after reading the few pages. Each character in this story was interesting and slowly revealed to the reader as the tale unfolded. So many characters are introduced in the first chapters in this novel but they all play an important role. The storyline plays out and doesn’t just immediately wrap all the loose ends up. Each of the characters has a stake in keeping the secret, and the revelation leads to a very satisfying conclusion. No doubt it is well written and thoroughly entertaining. The way the author changes perspectives frequently, often from chapter to chapter, gradually peels away the layers of problems that each character seems to have his/her fair share of. To cut the story short, if you are looking for a great English novel, that makes your precious time more valuable through reading, we highly recommend you to have this one.
Caleb’s Crossing
by Geraldine Brooks
318 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 38 Downloads · New!
“Caleb’s Crossing: A Novel” is such a beautiful novel that keeps the readers on the edge from very beginning lines to till the last word. Geraldine Brooks is the author of this novel. The author is a great storyteller and readers will get to know it by reading this novel. The beginning of the novel is slow but it gets the reader’s interest after reading the few pages. Each character in this story was interesting and slowly revealed to the reader as the tale unfolded. So many characters are introduced in the first chapters in this novel but they all play an important role. The storyline plays out and doesn’t just immediately wrap all the loose ends up. Each of the characters has a stake in keeping the secret, and the revelation leads to a very satisfying conclusion. No doubt it is well written and thoroughly entertaining. The way the author changes perspectives frequently, often from chapter to chapter, gradually peels away the layers of problems that each character seems to have his/her fair share of. To cut the story short, if you are looking for a great English novel, that makes your precious time more valuable through reading, we highly recommend you to have this one.

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