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Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald Novel

Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald Novel

by Therese Anne Fowler
330 Pages · 2014 · 1.2MB · 1 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
by Kurt Vonnegut
165 Pages · 1999 · 1 MB · 4,783 Downloads · New!
Kurt Vonnegut is one of the best writers who wrote one of the best anti-war books. Slaughterhouse-Five: A Novel (Modern Library 100 Best Novels) by Kurt Vonnegut is a book on the firebombing of Dresden, Billy Pilgrim’s Odyssey. It is a mythic journey of the life in search for the most fearful thing. This book is on Billy Pilgrim who becomes stuck in time and captured by the Aliens from the planet Tralfamodore and the complete plot of the scene which will take you there on the most terrifying and interesting journey. It is a very good anti-war fantasy book.
The Underground Railroad
by Colson Whitehead
259 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Colson Whitehead is one of the famous American authors, The Underground Railroad is the 6th novel by Colson Whitehead PDF. It has won many awards including National Book Award, Pulitzer Fiction Award, and Oprah’s Book Club as well as Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence 2017. This book is about two slaves Cora and Caeser who works on a cotton plantation. Slavery life is often very hard but it was much harder for Cora even her fellow Africans slaves were better than her. When the pain is greater then there is nothing better than death. The Cora’s life changes when a new comer for Virgina told her about the Underground Railroad so they decided to take that risk. The things were completely opposite as they were planned. Cora killed a young boy who captures her and starts moving to the Underground Railroad which was a network of tunnels with tracks. Their first stay was in Southern California. The place looks like heaven but there was darkness inside. They travel from one place to another and kept seeking for true freedom. This story also depicts the terrors for black people in the pre-Civil War time and the hard times at the time of importing Africans. It is one of the best novels with courage, terror, and the historical incidents.
A Trick of the Light: A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel
by Louise Penny
308 Pages · 2011 · 1.2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Louise Penny is one of the best mystery/thriller writers as she firmly grasps the human psychology and completely involves the readers. All of her readings are very interesting and has the ability to engage the readers. A Trick of the Light: A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel by Louise Penny is the New York Times best Crime Book of 2011 with a lot of thrill and mysterious scenes. This story is of shadow and light where everything is completely different from what it looks like. The author beautifully describes a broken heart in a relationship. That broken heart slowly exposes itself. This is a must-read novel by Louise Penny, A trick of the light, An artist Clara Morrow has an inspiring painting show and her childhood friend is murdered. Clara is also considered as suspicious in the murder. Chief Inspector Gamache gets the case for investigation as because of his ability to ask the right question at the right time. In the investigation, he exposes the darkness in the brightness of Montreal’s Art World. The story clearly differentiates the competition between friendship and love. It will also teach something new about the truth, love, and the human heart. A Trick of the Light Novel by Louise Penny is a story on wealth, emotions, mystery with beautifully assigned characters and perfectly plotted scenes.
Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering: 9th International Conference, ENASE 2014
by Leszek A. Maciaszek, Joaquim Filipe
178 Pages · 2017 · 15 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
In 2014, ENAS (Evolution of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering): 9th International Conference by Leszek and Joaquim, Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering: 9th International Conference, ENASE 2014 by Leszek A. Maciaszek, Joaquim Filipe PDF has all the complete proceedings of the conference including 11 full papers. These papers are selected from 58 submissions after very careful review. All the papers are to increase the dissemination of new results for professionals and the researchers relating to the novel approaches to the software engineering. This book includes the comparison between the novel approaches with traditional practices and their evaluation according to the software quality. This conference includes advanced research and knowledge in the field of software engineering including the most hopeful trends and the software development at larger scale. This book provides new directions to consider for the professional practitioners and researchers in development and the integration of the large-scale software development. You may also like to download the Programming Interviews Exposed.
Black Dog Summer: A Novel
by Miranda Sherry
281 Pages · 2015 · 3.4 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Behind the success of every story, there is an incredible idea with a combination of different things. Black Dog Summer by Miranda Sherry is a revolutionary novel which has got a lot of fame. Miranda Sherry, after the success of this novel, has become “a writer to watch” by Kirkus Reviews. This novel has got an extraordinary idea of watching the life-after death i.e. afterlife of a dead woman. The story is about a dead woman who is observing the afterlife as her daughter. She is the only survivor of a farm massacre and recovers from trauma. This book has a very powerful story behind, a family was living a charming bohemian life in the African bush, Sally and her daughter Gigi. When the Sally dies, her daughter Gigi become alone in the world. Sally after death, could not move on and becomes the unseen shadow of her daughter. She moves with her daughter Gigi to her aunt’s family living in Johannesburg. Sally was watching helplessly when Gigi’s Trauma stirs up. When Sally’s younger niece develops an infatuation with the African Magic, Sally calls upon their neighbor who is a witch doctor and can communicate with the dead. The story then takes a turn when saving a life is more important than the health. It is a novel full of suspense and a much more you will love to read.
Against the Day
by Thomas Pynchon PDF
0 Pages · 2015 · 3.81 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“Against the Day” is a unique novel, in the sense of being utterly original. Thomas Pynchon is the author of this novel. Thomas is one of the best authors and also the writer of “The Crying of Lot 49”, “Gravity’s Rainbow”, “Vineland” and Mason & Dixon. In “Against the Day,” his sixth, his funniest and arguably his most accessible novel, Thomas Pynchon doles out plenty of vertigo, just as he has for more than 40 years. But this time his fevered reveries and brilliant streams of words, his fantastical plots and encrypted references, are bound together by a clear message that others can unscramble without mental meltdown. The beauty of this novel is that its import emerges only gradually, camouflaged by the sprawling absurdist jumble of themes that can only be described as Pynchonesque. At its best moments emotionally electrifying and intellectually brilliant, moving but never sentimental, sometimes terribly sad, sometimes side-splittingly funny, and to the very last page as unforeseeable as a roller coaster ride in the dark. In summary, Against the Day is one of the best novels and we highly recommend its reading. You can also Download The Dogfather series by Roxanne St. Claire Free.