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At the Dark End of the Street

At the Dark End of the Street

by Danielle L. McGuire
416 Pages · 2011 · 8 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
by Pav Singh
256 Pages · 2017 · 7  MB · 0 Downloads · New!
1984 is the political corruption, Indian history and misconduct book which discusses the events in detail that happened after the assassination of Indira Gandhi. Pav Singh is the author of this remarkable book. After the independence of India, Hindus were leading the whole country. They are on top posts and they do whatever they wanted. There are two other minorities in the country like Sikhs and Muslims. Sikhs do not have any rivalry between Hindus and Muslims. With the passage of time, Sikhs begin to claim their rights and they stand a campaign for their own country. Sikhs wanted their own independent country of Khalistan. June 1984, Jarnail Singh occupied a temple and ask Prime Minster to give them independence. Indira Gandhi was the prime minister of India and she tried negotiation. After a few days of negotiation, nothing works and she calls the operation against them. Indian Army killed all the people who are inside the temple which left Sikhs furious. After four months of this incident, Indira Gandhi assassinates by her own two Sikhs bodyguards in her residence. It leads Hindus furious and they start killing Sikhs. Just in four hours, they killed 7000 innocent people in New Delhi and this massacre happens in the whole country. Hindu extremists raped women and wiped out every single member of the family.
A Breath Of Snow And Ashes
by Diana Gabaldon
1008 Pages · 2006 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
A Breath Of Snow And Ashes is the suspense, mystery, fantasy, thriller, fiction and a literary novel which plot the story of an intelligent and brave woman. Diana Gabaldon is the author of this classy novel. She is the bestselling author in the New York Times. This is the world most popular novel series among the readers. It is also nominated as top ten novels in the world which are thrilling to read for everyone. This novel has a separate fan base all over the world. Jamie is a Scotsman who is brave like other people of his country. He married the beautiful woman of his life and her name is Claire. She is an incredible nurse by professional and Claire has proved her worth in World War II. While going to their honeymoon a mysterious event happened which change their lives completely. Claire found herself in 1772 and she fined herself in between American colonies and Britain. She is wondering around the people and looking for some details to change the future. Claire ends up in the mysterious file who predicts the death of her husband. She has to do something to save the life of her husband.
A Brief History of Time
by Stephen Hawking
212 Pages · 1998 · 1.83 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“A Brief History of Time” explains the complexities of cosmological physics with an engaging combination of clarity. Stephen Hawking is the author of this book. It is about modern physics for general readers. Its aim is not just listing some topics, but introducing modern physics by examining current scientific answers, although not complete, to fundamental questions like: Where did we come from? Why is the universe the way it is? Was there the beginning of time? Is there an ultimate theory that can explain everything? We don’t have such a theory yet. The book has a lot of merits. Firstly, non-native English users would feel comfortable and find it easy to read. He doesn’t use difficult words and his writing style is clear. In the sense, he is better than other English scientific authors like R. Penrose, J. Gleick and I. Stewart. Secondly, the level of the book is well-chosen for general readers and the total page number is just less than 200 pages. If they read the book, at least, they would be able to learn more about how the universe began, how the stars have been formed, and how we have come here as the result of the evolution of the universe. More than that, the book contains interesting stories of some Nobel Prize winners in physics with their results related to the mentioned fundamental questions. This will help readers understand the 20th century’s progress in physics.
A Clash of Kings
by George R. R. Martin
1040 Pages · 2000 · 4 MB · 4,764 Downloads · New!
A Clash of Kings by George R. R. Martin is fiction, rivalry, revenge, politics and thriller novel which plots the story of Iron Throne and its allies. George R. R. MartinGeorge R. R. Martin is the author of this classic novel. After the death of King, the orphaned boy is nominated for the King of the Seven Kingdoms. He is the right and legal man to sit in the Iron Throne. Ned Stark has the words of the past king and he asks him to took the charge of Iron Throne and handed to Joffrey when he comes to an adult age. Ned read the statement of King, Joffrey arrested Ned Stark and later on executed him for being a rebel.
A Column of Fire
by Ken Follett
928 Pages · 2018 · 3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
A Column of Fire is the literature, romantic, thriller, fiction and history novel which plots the story of two people from royal families. Ken Follett is the author of this classy novel. The author takes the reader in the mid of the sixteenth century in 1558, when the power of England was torn and divided into two parts. There are two powerful families and religions in England. It the real test of Catholics and Protestant both believe they have the right to rule the kingdom. Ned Willard is from Catholics and Margery Fitzgerald is from Protestant. He loves Margery and wanted to marry her. Her name is chosen as a Queen of England and they can’t marry due to the conflict in their religion. Ned will do anything to protect his love no matter she married to him or not. Margery is ready to take the charge of thrown and Ned is there to help her. The situation is tough and her enemies wanted to kill her. Ned makes a secret service to give her the ultimate security.
A Dangerous Fortune
by Ken Follett
576 Pages · 1994 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
A Dangerous Fortune is a mystery, history, suspense, crime, suspense and thriller novel which plots an incident that happened in high school. Ken Follett is the author of this classy novel. Peter Middleton is a super student of his class and teachers are very hopeful with his bright career. One day, mysteriously he died by drowning in the swimming pool of the school. Edward Pilaster and Hugh Pilaster are the class fellow of Peter. They are heartbroken after the death of their best friend which was an accident. The initial report of the death seems accident and the case close. After three decades, Hugh and Edward are struggling to get a hold on the world most powerful bank. Edward is the son of the bank’s partner and he has the scheme to overrule the bank. He takes all of his capital from the bank to demoralize it. Edward spends all of this in the business but it did not work. After a few years, Edward went bankrupt and the bank is still standing. Hugh stays with the motives of banks and he works really hard to save the dignity of the bank. After so many years, Peter’s elder brother opens the case of his brother’s death and this mistake led into more murders.