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Under Darkening Skies

Under Darkening Skies

by Ray Kingfisher
363 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
The Frozen Hours
by Jeff Shaara
560 Pages · 2017 · 10 MB · 4,613 Downloads · New!
The Frozen Hours is the paranormal, war, literature, fiction, thriller and redemption novel which tells the story of a war between two independent countries. Jeff Shaara is the author of this magnificent novel. General Douglas MacArthur is the prominent character of the story. North Korea and South Korea are separated by borders but once these both countries are known as Korea. Korea divided into two states after the communist rule. Both countries have their own armies and they are acting as their enemies. In June 1950, the government of North Korea decided to invade South Korea’s intent to unite their country once again. They know the heavy prize of starting a war but nothing comes without sacrifice.
A Bend in the Stars
by Rachel Barenbaum
464 Pages · 2015 · 1.6 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“A Bend in the Stars” is a fiction and thriller novel that describes an ambitious young doctor and her scientist brother in a race against Einstein to solve one of the greatest mysteries of the universe. Rachel Barenbaum is the author of this blockbusting novel. Rachel was a hedge fund manager and a spin instructor. She has an MBA from the Harvard Business School and an AB in Literature and Philosophy from Harvard College. A Bend in the Stars provides an intuitive sense of terror as Russia slips into WWI, and the particular horror for Jews at that time. This is a great read novel for anyone who loves historical fiction, science, and math. In this novel, Rachel says Miri doctor and her brilliant physicist brother, Vanya. A famous man who has taught both sister and brother to defend themselves at all costs, to fight and to kill if necessary. The story takes place on the eve of World War I and it’s really about two headstrong siblings driven by their different passions, and the power of ideas to change the world.
Cry Pilot
by Joel Dane
415 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
The “Cry Pilot” is a fiction, thriller and military war novel. Joel Dane is the author of this best-selling novel. He is the son of an Army Private and an Air Force Staff Sergeant. Joel was raised on war stories and inter-service rivalry. He writes more than twenty books across several genres and has written for TV and films. In this novel, Joel describes an Earth has been ravaged by wars and neglected to the brink of utter devastation. The end of human civilization on Earth was either living in Freeholds or corporate enclaves which were divided by terrains and administrated by different corporations. These organizations acted independently of each other. They had their own military and all taking part in the terrifying battles. While humans were waiting for the terra-formation of the land and ocean’s flora and fauna, hoping to bring about a world where they could once again live freely. This time, the main enemy of humankind were AI war machines called remorts, which were redeveloped bioweapons from the former age. To know about furthermore of this military war, then read this best-selling novel. To sum it up, Cry Pilot is a popular fiction novel.
The Winemaker’s Wife
by Kristin Harmel
400 Pages · 2015 · 3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Winemaker’s Wife” is a must-read novel for those who enjoy the reading WWII historical novels. Kristin Harmel is the author of this best-selling novel. Kristin Harmel is an internationally best-selling novelist and her books translated into different languages. Her latest novels, The Sweetness of Forgetting, The Life Intended, How to Save a Life, and some others. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Florida’s College of Journalism and Communications. The Winemaker’s Wife is established during World War II in the Champagne region of France. Some parts of this novel are based on the vineyard of Chauveau. The Winemaker’s Wife deals with the personal relationships of friends, husband’s wives and lovers. In this best-selling novel, Kristin deals with how people were able to protect themselves and their property during their career. This novel told in two different eras, from 1940 to 1945 war and the present 2016. In 1940, Inez Chauveau run towards the vineyards from France city Reims. Inez had news to communicate to her husband. She realized her husband not pay attention to anything. Inez began helping the wines to a secret room in the caverns. The winemaker was going to make sure the Nazis didn’t get the best wines his vineyard could produce. To know more about this novel, then read this great novel. In short, The Winemaker’s Wife is an amazing novel.
The Old Guard book One
by Greg Rucka
184 Pages · 2015 · 39 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Old Guard book One: Opening Fire” is an impressive and motivating storybook that explains various historical facts with examples from history. This remarkable book is written by Greg Rucka. This is the first book of Greg Rucka from his series of LEANDRO FERNANDEZ, THE OLD GUARD # 1-5. Here the author enlightens many bitter realities of life. He tells us that death is a onetime process and it is much easier than living and dying daily. The book tells us that sometimes you face many things in life worse than death and you can’t step back from them because they are already written in your fate. By readers, this book the viewpoint of all of us will be changed abut life and its bitter realities. You may also like to download Bad Blood by John Sandford
The Last Thing You Surrender
by Leonard Pitts
464 Pages · 2015 · 3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Last Thing You Surrender: A Novel of World War II” is impressive research into a compelling tale of America at war. The Last Thing You Surrender is written by the author Leonard Pitts. Leonard is the author of the novels Grant Park, Freeman, and Before I Forget, as well as two works of nonfiction. He is a nationally syndicated columnist for the Miami Herald and winner of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for Commentary. In this book, the author will show how race relations in America have not advanced much. This book has a love story, a human story, a story of war and peace, and it is a story of love, pain, and sorrows that pass between a parent and child, sister and brotherhood. Additionally, it is the story of what is learned and lost between forces of good and evil. A black man who saw his parents brutally lynched is conscripted to fight Nazis for a country and they discover a new kind of patriotism. Leonard’s unique style and beautiful writing style are very evident throughout the reading. To sum it up, The Last Thing You Surrender is a great military history fiction book.