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The Man Who Saw Everything

The Man Who Saw Everything

by Levy Deborah
208 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 50 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
The Song of the Jade Lily
by Kirsty Manning
480 Pages · 2015 · · 60 Downloads · New!
“The Song of the Jade Lily: A Novel” is a wonderfully-written and compelling novel of friendship, courage, love and World War II history of Shanghai. Kirsty Manning is the author of this best-selling novel. Kirsty Manning lives in northern New South Wales. She has degrees in communication and literature and now worked as an editor and publishing manager in the book. In “The Song of the Jade Lily”, the story follows young Romy Bernfeld and her parents, who escape the growing killings occurring before the start of World War II by fleeing to China, just one of the insufficient countries, shanghai that willingly accepted Jewish refugees at the time. Romy meets with Nina, and become closer friends. Romy granddaughter Alexandra, who comes to Melbourne, Australia where her grandparents live after the war to see her dying grandfather one more time. Her grandfather discovers long-buried secrets in her parents’ and grandparents’ past that set her on a journey back to Shanghai to search for the truth about her ancestry. To know about the secret, read this popular novel.
The Taster
by S. Alexander
304 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 51 Downloads · New!
“The Taster” is a popular historical fiction novel that describes WWII in Germany.V.S. Alexander is the author of this historical thriller novel.V.S. Alexander is a passionate student of history with the strong interest in music and the visual arts. Alexander writing influences include SHIRLEY Jackson, Oscar Wilde, or any work by the exquisite Bronte sisters. She lives in Florida and works on a third historical novel for Kensington. In 1943, Magda Ritter’s parents sent her to live with her uncle and aunt in Bavaria, to keep Magda safe during the Allied bombing of Berlin. But now, in a job her life is even more at danger than ever before. Because after the interviewing she is assigned to the Berghof, which is Hitler’s mountain retreat, as one of the numerous young women tasting his food. This puts Magda in a position to sacrifice her life for the Führer food to keep him from being poisoned. During this difficult time in history and in her occupation, Magdaestablished a love for someone at the time, an SS Captain. She is faced with many challenges and gains incredible strength of character. To know about more of this historical fiction, read this best-selling novel.
Judas
by Amos Oz, Nicholas de Lange
320 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 34 Downloads · New!
The “Judas” is an amazing novel with an interesting story of a Jew writing his medical thesis about the Jewish concepts of Judas. Amos Oz is the author of this beautiful novel. Amos was born in 1939 in Jerusalem. He is the author of 14 novels which have been translated into thirty languages. Amos Oz also has the national Jewish Book Award. In this novel, Amos carries on the family tradition of trying to puzzle out from a modern Jewish point of view. His mother transplanted from Eastern Europe who could not adapt to the new challenging. His mother died when he was just 12 years old. He loves his mother and he did not imagine alive living without her. He cannot imagine his mother killed herself, at the time when he needed his mother. His father is an educated man, and who believes honesty, and dignity. He also has feelings and emotions for everyone. At the age of 15, he feels alone himself. He left his home and also changed his name to Oz. It was a time when young Jews in Israel took up Hebrew family name and wishing not separate themselves culturally from a Europe that had betrayed them. What happened to Oz, when he has grown up and taken control of the things? All in all, Judas is the fictions and thrillers novel that engages the readers from beginning to end.
The Marriage of Opposites
by Alice Hoffman
400 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 55 Downloads · New!
“The Marriage of Opposites” is an interesting and controversial storybook in which the author tells us the story of a couple who belong to different religions and there was no match between them as the women were the mother of three kids and the man was unmarried but she wants to marry someone to run the business not to have a happy life. This fabulous book is written by Alice Hoffman. He is the bestselling New York Times author and had written many famous novels like The Rules of Magic and Practical Magic etc. In this book, the author says that if you are fitted in a relationship without respect and trust then you can be omitted from there anytime and the same thing happened with Jackel and he was helpless. The author says that there is a replacement of everything in life like her wife replaced her with her nephew when he came back from France and started running the business and took hold n everything. Summarizing, the book is full of lessons, information, criticism, and suspense for the readers who love to read fiction and fantasy.
The Museum of Extraordinary Things
by Alice Hoffman
381 Pages · 2015 · 2MB · 63 Downloads · New!
“The Museum of Extraordinary Things: A Novel” is an artistic novel in which the author tells us how to do a young girl compares herself and the other girls as things placed in a museum. The book tells us how she gets interested in knowing the history of each end everything placed in that Museum. This fascinating book is written by Alice Hoffman. He is one of the topmost bestselling fiction authors and had written many famous books like Practical Magic, The Rules of Magic and The World That We Knew, etc. In this book, the author tells us that art and graphics had always been the most fascinating part of this world and one similar thing happened in the life of Coralie Sadie when she went to a museum of her own father and she saw a photograph of women there and she was looking so attractive that she got interested in knowing the history. The book states that she started comparing everything there with the people and things in her own life. Concluding, the book is full of inspiration, hope, optimism, and interest for the readers who love to read about art and graphics.
Exile Music
by Jennifer Steil
429 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 40 Downloads · New!
“Exile Music” is a story of love, loss, heartbreak, and unbreakable bonds. This novel is written by Jennifer Steil.  This is a gorgeous story about how life doesn’t always work out the way we want it to, but if we’re willing, we can still make it a great life. It is a good compelling story, engaging, and easy to read. This is the perfect holiday novel, you can pick it up and get straight back into the story. The novel “Exile Music” is an enjoyable story that moves along at a good pace. It is not too quickly, but at a pace that keeps the reader engaged waiting to discover the outcome. It has a satisfactory ending which is a little predictable but ties up all the loose ends. Some of the male characters are a little too good to be true but that doesn’t spoil any part of the story. The author switches between the two time periods effortlessly and easily which doesn’t always happen in these kinds of books. Each storyline had a richness that was only strengthened by the comparison and contrast to the other.

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