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  1. The novels are published by Walker Books in the United Kingdom and by Puffin in the United States. (Web site)
  2. The novels were not written in historical order. (Web site)
  3. Novels are in the hands of us all; from the Prime Minister down to the last-appointed scullery-maid. (Web site)


  1. After World War II, the war that has attracted the greatest number of novelists is the Vietnam War. (Web site)
  2. O'Brian belongs to that select group of historical novelists who seem to write for their own audiences; his fans will greet the present volume eagerly. (Web site)
  3. British novelists since 1960. (Web site)

Don Quixote

  1. Don Quixote is the best book of all Literature. (Web site)
  2. Don Quixote is the hero of Don Quixote, the early 17th century novel by Miguel de Cervantes. (Web site)
  3. Don Quixote is an amusing and very comical piece of literature. (Web site)
  4. DON QUIXOTE was written exactly 400 years ago. (Web site)
  5. Don Quixote is a high-scoring reference in Scrabble.

Anna Karenina

  1. Anna Karenina is a morality play that deals with the damaging effects of morality on Anna and Vronsky.
  2. Anna Karenina is a novel about many things: love, the idea of romance, marriage, nation, the changing state of Russia, Society, morality and justice. (Web site)
  3. Anna Karenina was virtually a one-off.

Moveable Feast

  1. A Moveable Feast is a brilliant autobiography of Earnest Hemingway---s life in Paris before he---d finished his first novel.
  2. A Moveable Feast is a set of memoirs by American author Ernest Hemingway. (Web site)
  3. A Moveable Feast is a lush account of life in Paris in the early 20s.
  4. A Moveable Feast is also the title of a live album by Fairport Convention.
  5. A Moveable Feast is the title of a novel by American author Ernest Hemingway. (Web site)

Absolute Beginners

  1. Absolute Beginners is a novel by Colin MacInnes , set in the late 1950s in London.
  2. Absolute Beginners is a 1986 slick mod -stylish rock musical movie adapted from Colin MacInnes book Absolute Beginners about life in late 1950s London. (Web site)
  3. Absolute Beginners is a musical set in 1950's London.
  4. Absolute Beginners is a novel by Colin MacInnes, written and set in 1958 London, England. (Web site)
  5. Absolute Beginners is a true joy to read.

Age of Innocence

  1. The Age of Innocence is a 1920 novel by Edith Wharton which won the 1921 Pulitzer Prize.
  2. The Age of Innocence is a historical novel, set in the 1870s New York of Wharton's childhood. (Web site)
  3. The Age of Innocence is a sumptuous motion picture, a feast for the senses. (Web site)

Black Arrow

  1. Black Arrow is a semi-sequel to the console version of Rainbow Six 3.
  2. The Black Arrow is a futuristic tale of hope and resistance. (Web site)
  3. The Black Arrow is a good historical fiction book that takes place during the English civil war against the Yorkists and the Lancastrians.
  4. The Black Arrow is a must-read for romantics, libertarians, resistance fighters, and anyone who is passionate about life. (Web site)
  5. The Black Arrow is a sure winner for 6th graders and up.

Brothers Karamazov

  1. The Brothers Karamazov is a masterpiece of Russian literature.
  2. The Brothers Karamazov is a 1958 historical film made by MGM, based on Fyodor Dostoevsky 's novel The Brothers Karamazov.
  3. Brothers Karamazov is a book that lends itself very well to debate.
  4. The Brothers Karamazov was the last major novel he ever wrote. (Web site)

Cold Sassy Tree

  1. Cold Sassy Tree is a fast-paced, interesting novel about the coming-of-age of a fourteen-year-old boy named Will, who grows up in Cold Sassy, Georgia.
  2. Cold Sassy Tree is a genuine Southern novel in substance, form, and voice.
  3. Cold Sassy Tree is a great story.
  4. Cold Sassy Tree is a very interesting book.


  1. DODSWORTH is a psychological study of the first order, sincere, unpretentious and so well-written.
  2. DODSWORTH was written by Sinclair Lewis at the height of his powers. (Web site)
  3. Dodsworth is a 1920s industrialist who sells his car company for a fortune.
  4. Dodsworth is a film that will bring new appreciation to one who discovers it for the first time and old satisfaction to one who reviews it again and again. (Web site)
  5. Dodsworth is a gentler portrait of a businessman.

Earth Abides

  1. Earth Abides is a book that has aged well and retains its moral oomph. (Web site)
  2. Earth Abides is a moving, triumpal story of just such a group.
  3. Earth Abides is a moving, triumphal story of just such a group.
  4. Earth Abides is a spot-on reminder of our essential vulnerability. (Web site)
  5. Earth Abides is an exception because it is written from the perspective of an anthropologist trying to cope with the fact that his world has been destroyed.


  1. Endymion is a novel published in 1880 by Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield, the former Conservative Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. (Web site)
  2. Endymion is a story about love and memory, triumph and terror--an instant candidate for the field's highest honors.
  3. Endymion is also a play by John Lyly.
  4. Endymion is also a science-fiction novel by Dan Simmons, part of the Hyperion Cantos tetralogy.
  5. Endymion is also the name of a Dan Simmons science fiction novel, the third in the Hyperion Cantos.

Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close

  1. EXTREMELY Loud and Incredibly Close is a new novel written by a young, under-30 American author with more-than-a-million-dollar advance. (Web site)
  2. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close is a collage about the world we live in: its terrorism, its beauty, its love, its mysteries, its absurdities, its people.
  3. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close is a new novel written by a young, under-thirty American author with more-than-a-million-dollar advance. (Web site)
  4. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close is one of those novels you'll be sorry to see end. (Web site)
  5. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close: A Novel by Jonathan Safran Foer I haven't read it yet, but it does sound really intriguing.


  1. Frindle is a childrens novel written by the American author Andrew Clements and illustrated by the illustrator Brian Selznick.
  2. Certainly, Complainant held a common law trademark in the word "Frindle" even without registration at the United States Patent Trademark Office. (Web site)
  3. Frindle is a 1996 children 's novel written by the American author Andrew Clements and illustrated by Brian Selznick. (Web site)
  4. Frindle is a children 's novel written by the American author Andrew Clements and illustrated by the illustrator[?] Brian Selznick[?].
  5. Frindle is a story all middle school students can relate to.

Green Darkness

  1. GREEN DARKNESS is a medieval love story laced with the paranormal, with interwoven plot lines from the 1970s-present.
  2. Green Darkness is a true treasure that all historical enthusiasts should own.
  3. Green Darkness is one of those books that makes you late because you don't want to leave it.
  4. Green Darkness was a best-seller back in the early 1970s when it was first published, and it's just as good a read today.
  5. Green Darkness was a haunting book that spanned from Tudor England to the 20th Century.

Jim The Boy

  1. JIM THE BOY is a straightforward book: the plot, which follows a year in the life of a 10-year-old boy, has no twists and turns.
  2. JIM THE BOY is a simple and poetic coming-of-age story.
  3. Jim the Boy is a breath of fresh air in the literary atmosphere.
  4. Jim the Boy is a coming-of-age novel by Tony Earley , published by Little, Brown and Co. (Web site)
  5. Jim the Boy is a coming-of-age story -- a year in the life of a young boy living in Depression-era rural North Carolina.


  1. Microserfs is a great novel, after reading it you may become a Douglas Coupland fan as well.
  2. Microserfs is a hilarious tale of working for Microsoft and being a computer geek in Seattle. (Web site)
  3. Microserfs is a powerful, touching, sad, happy, wonderful time machine.
  4. Microserfs is one of them. (Web site)
  5. Microserfs is the hilarious journal of Dan, an ex-Microsoft programmer who, with his coder comrades, is on a quest to find purpose in life. (Web site)

Mildred Pierce

  1. Mildred Pierce is a classic movie in every sense. (Web site)
  2. Mildred Pierce is a film to watch and enjoy with a group of friends and a big bowl of popcorn. (Web site)
  3. Mildred Pierce is a great book and a portrait of a time. (Web site)
  4. Mildred Pierce is a gripping, page turner of a novel.
  5. Mildred Pierce is a landmark Toronto restaurant that will soon be closing its doors.

Of Mice And Men

  1. Of Mice and Men is a tragedy that was written in the form of a novella in 1937. (Web site)
  2. Of Mice and Men is a tragedy that was written in the form of a play in 1937. (Web site)
  3. Of Mice and Men is one of his more popular novels, a short work about two migrant workers who travel from farm to farm doing whatever work is required.
  4. Of Mice and Men was also well received.

Point of Impact

  1. Point of Impact is a likable, informative, page-turner of a novel. (Web site)
  2. Point of Impact is a 1993 thriller novel by award-winning author Stephen Hunter. (Web site)
  3. Point of Impact is a good example. (Web site)
  4. Point of Impact is the 1993 novel by Stephen Hunter, an award-winning critic and accomplished novelist.
  5. Point of impact : a novel [] Your Web browser is not enabled for Javascript.

Power of One

  1. Power of One was recommended to me by a dear friend, who said the movie inspired him in many ways. (Web site)
  2. The Power Of One is based on a novel by the very talented Bryce Courtenay. (Web site)
  3. The Power of One is a combination of his two areas of expertise.
  4. The Power of One is a moving and highly entertaining story of a boy who will not let himself fail.
  5. The Power of One is a new book that-s very beneficial to those who have struggled with weight loss and diet.

Quentin Durward

  1. Quentin Durward is a historical novel written by Sir Walter Scott in 1823.
  2. Quentin Durward is a historical novel written by Walter Scott in 1823. (Web site)
  3. Quentin Durward is a young Scotsman seeking fame and fortune in the France of Louis XI in the 14th century. (Web site)
  4. Quentin Durward is a young Scotsman seeking fame and fortune in the France of Louis XI in the fourteenth century. (Web site)
  5. Quentin Durward was published in June, 1823, and was Scott's first venture on foreign ground. (Web site)


  1. Ramona is a fleshy albino of monumental stupidity who lives not so much to be adored as to be serviced. (Web site)
  2. Ramona is a frequent speaker at conferences around the country, and loves working with other writers.
  3. Ramona is a good listener. (Web site)
  4. Ramona is a good sport. (Web site)
  5. Ramona is a little girl who has been following Henry on his newspaper route and causing him a bit of grief.

Separate Peace

  1. A Separate Peace is a brief novel that gives the gift of time to breathe as we read it. (Web site)
  2. A Separate Peace is a coming-of-age novel.
  3. A Separate Peace is a great read.
  4. A Separate Peace is a novel about the struggle of a senior class in the face of World War II, and it focuses on two best friends, Gene Forrester and Phineas. (Web site)
  5. A Separate Peace is a remarkable story about the relationship between two young students, Gene and Phineas. (Web site)


  1. Shantaram is a movie that is based on the novel written by Gregory David Roberts.
  2. Shantaram is a gift to readers.
  3. Shantaram is a novel of epic proportions written by Gregory David Roberts. (Web site)
  4. Shantaram is a semi-autobiographical story about an Australian heroin addict who escapes from prison and arrives in Bombay (Mumbai) with a fake passport.
  5. Shantaram is the name given Mr. Lindsay, or Linbaba, the larger-than-life hero.

Silas Marner

  1. Silas Marner : The Weaver of Raveloe is a novel by George Eliot (the pen name of Mary Ann Evans) which was first published in 1861.
  2. Silas Marner is a linen-weaver who, before coming to Raveloe as a young man in c. (Web site)
  3. Silas Marner is a nineteenth century Englishman.
  4. Silas Marner is a weaver in a small religious community, Lantern Yard. (Web site)
  5. Silas Marner is a work which does not fit clearly into a particular genre; Howard describes it as "a music-drama because of its idiom.

Sound And The Fury

  1. The Sound and the Fury is a dramatic presentation of the decline of the once-aristocratic Compson family of Yoknapatawpha County, in northern Mississippi.
  2. The Sound and the Fury is a psychological novel about the dissolution of a family with roots in the aristocratic Old South. (Web site)
  3. The Sound and the Fury is a well-known novel written by American author William Faulkner. (Web site)
  4. The Sound and the Fury is an emotionally charged work that is difficult for most mature readers, let alone junior and senior high school students. (Web site)
  5. The Sound and the Fury was published in 1929, although it was one of the first novels Faulkner wrote. (Web site)

The Blackwater Lightship

  1. The Blackwater Lightship is a 1999 novel written by Irish novelist Colm T--ib--n, and was short-listed for the Booker Prize.
  2. The Blackwater Lightship is a disquietingly muffled book and Toibin's admirers may regret that, because of the Booker, this one will produce the most noise. (Web site)
  3. The Blackwater Lightship is a disquietingly muffled book and T-ib-n's admirers may regret that, because of the Booker, this one will produce the most noise.
  4. The Blackwater Lightship is a great and humanizing novel. (Web site)
  5. The Blackwater Lightship is a novel about morals and manners, and the clashes of culture and personality. (Web site)

The Blind Assassin

  1. THE BLIND ASSASSIN is the winner of the prestigious 2000 Booker Prize for Fiction.
  2. The Blind Assassin is a fantastic, fabulous novel and I cannot recommend it highly enough.
  3. The Blind Assassin is a must read that is harder to put down as the story unfolds.
  4. The Blind Assassin is a tale of two sisters, one of whom dies under ambiguous circumstances in the opening pages. (Web site)
  5. The Blind Assassin is a wonderful addition to the body of work of one of the most talented living authors. (Web site)

The Edible Woman

  1. The Edible Woman is a black comedy, set in Toronto in the mid-Sixties.
  2. The Edible Woman is a perfect example of her application to all people. (Web site)
  3. The Edible Woman is the first published novel by Margaret Atwood. (Web site)
  4. The Edible Woman is the novel that established Margaret Atwood as a prose writer of major significance. (Web site)
  5. The Edible Woman was Margaret Atwood's first novel and it was an auspicious debut for the internationally renowned writer.

The Last Samurai

  1. THE LAST SAMURAI is a well-acted, engaging story that's shot in some beautiful scenery.
  2. The Last Samurai is a beautifully-rich film that only just misses the mark.
  3. The Last Samurai is a film , released in the United States on December 5 , 2003 .
  4. The Last Samurai is a great action film in the Kurosawa tradition, bar the Hollywood love angle and the unconvincing 'alternative ending'.
  5. The Last Samurai is a remarkable, profound and often very funny book. (Web site)

The Plague Dogs

  1. The Plague Dogs is a 1982 animated film based on the 1977 novel by Richard Adams. (Web site)
  2. The Plague Dogs is a 1982 animated film based on the 1977 novel of the same name by Richard Adams.
  3. The Plague Dogs is a good movie, it’s just not a great one.
  4. The Plague Dogs is a polemic against animal experimentation and is set in the modern world with human and animal characters.
  5. The Plague Dogs is a tragic tale that is mercilessly critical toward modern society, taking a strict stand on the subject of cruelty to animals.

The Perks of Being A Wallflower

  1. The Perks of Being a Wallflower is a coming of age story, plain and simple.
  2. The Perks of Being a Wallflower is a light, effortless read, and one I believe worth checking out.
  3. The Perks of Being a Wallflower is a modern day bildungsroman, and, while the writing is just a step above Jewel's poetry, it is worth a read.
  4. The Perks of Being a Wallflower is an epistolary novel written in the 1990s by American novelist Stephen Chbosky. (Web site)
  5. The Perks of Being a Wallflower is like Salinger's novel in that it is a coming-of-age story, but genre is the only thing they have in common.

The Rains Came

  1. The Rains Came is a romance set in Ranchipur during monsoon season.
  2. The Rains Came is an early disaster film, and I watched it to see how the disaster scenes would be filmed.
  3. The Rains Came is based on a 1937 novel of the same name by Louis Bromfield.
  4. The Rains Came is one of the less successful examples of the genius of the studio system.
  5. The Rains Came is the title of novel by Louis Bromfield and the 1939 20th Century Fox film version which followed it. (Web site)

The Shipping News

  1. THE SHIPPING NEWS is a beautiful psychological study about the transformation of a damaged man into a whole human being. (Web site)
  2. THE SHIPPING NEWS was a somewhat funny look at a man who needed just a little push (or a big boost) in the right direction to get his life on track.
  3. The Shipping News is a 2001 film based on the Pulitzer Prize winning novel by E. Annie Proulx. (Web site)
  4. The Shipping News is a big, sad step in that direction. (Web site)
  5. The Shipping News is a book that is not slow; rather it's a fast read even though it has a good number of pages in it.


  1. Thumbsucker is a 1999 novel by Walter Kirn. (Web site)
  2. Thumbsucker is a 2005 film directed by Mike Mills adapted from the Walter Kirn novel of the same name. (Web site)
  3. Thumbsucker is a This is that, Cinema-go-go and Bull's Eye Entertainment production. (Web site)
  4. Thumbsucker is a coming-of-age story set in the eighties. (Web site)
  5. Thumbsucker is a head-scratcher.

Tortilla Flat

  1. Tortilla Flat is a drama based on the novel by John Steinbeck.
  2. Tortilla Flat is a gripping tale of a group of scoundrels who are only looking out for themselves.
  3. Tortilla Flat is a little slow at times, but has its good moments.
  4. Tortilla Flat is a novel about the lives of paisanos&emdash;Mexican, Indian and Caucasian mixed people&emdash;who lived in Monterey. (Web site)
  5. Tortilla Flat is a short novel that exploits the "paisanos" of Tortilla Flat.

Trout Fishing In America

  1. Trout Fishing in America is a landmark in American prose fiction.
  2. Trout Fishing in America is a pleasant surprise, though probably not so for aspiring anglers. (Web site)
  3. Trout fishing in America is a place. (Web site)
  4. Trout fishing in America is an activity.

A Kingdom of Dreams

  1. A Kingdom of Dreams is one of the best Medieval romances I have ever read.

A Mixture of Frailties

  1. In A Mixture of Frailties Monica Gall is the recipient of an unexpected gift.
  2. The concluding volume, A Mixture of Frailties, is about a trust established by Solomon's mother, and how it must be awarded to a specific individual.
  3. The other two novels are Leaven of Malice ( 1954) and A Mixture of Frailties ( 1958).

A Night To Remember

  1. A Night to Remember is a 1955 non-fiction book by Walter Lord about the sinking of the ocean liner RMS Titanic in 1912.
  2. If you didn't get enough of Titanic and still thrist for more, you might want to read A Night to Remember written by Walter Lord.

A Patchwork Planet

  1. Also included is an analysis of Tyler's most recent novel, A Patchwork Planet.
  2. A Patchwork Planet is told in first person narrative by Barnaby Gaitlin.

A Prayer For Owen Meany

  1. A Prayer for Owen Meany is a roller coaster of emotions.
  2. A Prayer For Owen Meany is a beautiful story about faith and destiny.
  3. A Prayer for Owen Meany is one of the most profound books I've ever read.

A Severed Head

  1. A Severed Head is a manual on how to survive without certainty. (Web site)
  2. A Severed Head is a satirical, sometimes farcical 1961 novel by Iris Murdoch. (Web site)
  3. A Severed Head was a harbinger of the Sexual Revolution that was to hit Britain in the 1960s and '70s. (Web site)
  4. A Severed Head was present in Fifth Business like a palimpsest. (Web site)

A Stone For Danny Fisher

  1. A Stone For Danny Fisher is his best book ever in my opinion : had he never written another book, this alone would have made him an author to remember. (Web site)
  2. I read classics like war and peace,les miserables, moby dick and such but when friends ask me what is my favorite i tell them A stone for Danny Fisher.

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