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How to Disappear

How to Disappear

by Gillian McAllister
480 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
The Man Who Saw Everything
by Levy Deborah
208 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Man Who Saw Everything” is a best-selling fiction novel. Deborah Levy is the author of this fiction novel. Deborah writes fiction, plays, and poetry. Her work has been staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company, and she is the author of highly praised books, including Swallowing Geography and Beautiful Mutants. Her novel Swimming Home was shortlisted for the 2012 Man Booker Prize, 2012 Specsavers National Book awards and 2013 Jewish Quarterly Wingate Prize. His novel engages the reader from the first to the last page. In this fiction novel, Levy talks about Saul Adler, he is a narcissistic young historian. Saul lives in London and a researcher of the German Democratic Republic, with a specialist in the psychopathy of male tyrants. He arrives in East Berlin and lodges with Walter’s mother and sister and gets on with carrying out his researches at the University. He will take a copy of the photograph as a gift for Walter’s sister Luna, who is an abundant Beatles fan. As he waits for her to arrive, but he is grazed by an upcoming car. They change the trajectory of his life. To know about further, then read this fiction novel.
Exit West
by Mohsin Hamid
256 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“Exit West: A Novel” is an emotional and fiction-filled novel in which the author tells us how do the Cold War begin in the West and what were its consequences. The book entails the story of a woman and a man who were compelled to leave their homeland. This fiction filled and fantastic book is written by Mohsin Hamid. He is the bestselling New York Times author and has written a lot of famous books and seven of them are the world’s top-ranked books. In this book, the author tells us that the Cold war is much more dangerous than the war of old times and how do the inhabitants are affected by the war. The book makes us understand that homeland is the place that you love the most regardless of where you are living. The same was the case with Nadia and Saeed and they were compelled to left their homeland due to the Cold war. The book states that you always feel an attraction towards your homeland and the people from your homeland just like Nadia and Saeed tried to help each other and hold on with each other in every situation. In short, the book is full of thrill, suspense, entertainment, and interest for the readers who love fiction and thrill-filled writings.
A Burning
by Megha Majumdar
304 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “A Burning: A Novel” is a beautifully written and potent novel with several important themes. Megha Majumdar is the author of this Terrorism thriller novel. Megha was born and raised in Kolkata, India. She moved to the United States to attend college at Harvard University. She works as an editor at Catapult and lives in New York City. Megha Majumdar developed the characters in the most interesting way that will engage the readers from first to end of the page. She describes a young Muslim girl, her name is Jivan. Jivan moves up in life from the slums. She has a striving and self-assurance over being able to create a more comfortable life for herself and her family. She was arrested on the train because of careless comments on Facebook and thrown into jail. The people are demanding justice and they want someone arrested. The jail is described as something from the dark ages. Her former physics teacher had seen her potential as above that of the other girls in the privileged school where Jivan was a sort of scholarship student, who falls by accident into a life of political activism. Once somebody starts reading this novel, it is very tough to leave it without finishing. To know about further, what happened after this, read this fiction political fiction novel.
Transfer of Power
by Vince Flynn
416 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 2 Downloads · New!
The “Transfer of Power” is a fiction, thriller and suspense book. Transfer of Power is written by the author Vince Flynn. Vince graduated from the St. Thomas Academy in 1984, and the University of St. Thomas with a degree in economics in 1988. In this book, the author describes America’s president. In America, everybody busy in their work and accidentally, a group of terrorists has attacked at Whitehouse. They da killed many innocent people. Through the quick actions of the secret service, the president is evacuated to his underground bunker. American politicians and military leaders discuss how to tackle terrorists. They sent a man, Mitch Rapp, to find the reason behind of attacked at Whitehouse, and what they want? Mitch is the CIA’s top counterterrorism operative, makes his way into the White House. He saw President was not safe at his house, because terrorists were very dangerous. Mitch used secret passageways of the White House, and save the hostage before the terrorists can extract the president from the safety of his bunker. To know more about, what happened after this, read this best-selling book. Transfer of Power is fantastically written and has so much action to keep you enthralled without a ridiculous body count. This book is a true page-turner and highly recommended for suspense and thrills.
The Test
by Sylvain Neuvel
110 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“Test” is a forever green novel that entreating the readers from beginning to end with an impressive and heart-melting story. Sylvain Neuvel is the author of this fabulous novel. The author has a great name is fiction and classy novel writing. His excellent writing skills and way of storytelling always keep the reader on the edge of the seat. This novel has great characters with fantastic bonding. It is well written with well-developed characters and a story that just went on and on weaving in more and more background facts about the characters and their family. It came to a satisfactory and somewhat surprising end, with mini conclusions along the way. It is really good book engages you and keeps you flipping pages when you really need to get other things done. The characters and plot are rich and varied. To cut the story short, it is one of the best and heart-melting novels that have a new story on every page.
The Secrets We Kept
by Lara Prescott
496 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Secrets We Kept: A novel”is a story written with a knowledge of space, realistic characters you want to root for, romance, and a mystery with a satisfying ending.  Lara Prescott is the author of this novel. This novel represents the intelligence and love of the author for great story writing. It is a novel that entertains the readers no matter what’s the age is. It is beautiful and written in a very natural style which makes it a pure story. The author beautifully plots the novel and injects the new characters timely which makes it the most entertaining read. Beautifully circulation of characters keeps the readers on the edge from beginning to end. 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. In short, this novel is a great work of fiction for entertaining the readers of all ages.