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- The novels are published by Walker Books in the United Kingdom and by Puffin in the United States.
- The novels were not written in historical order.
- Novels are in the hands of us all; from the Prime Minister down to the last-appointed scullery-maid.
- After World War II, the war that has attracted the greatest number of novelists is the Vietnam War.
- 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.
- British novelists since 1960.
- Don Quixote is the best book of all Literature.
- Don Quixote is the hero of Don Quixote, the early 17th century novel by Miguel de Cervantes.
- Don Quixote is an amusing and very comical piece of literature.
- DON QUIXOTE was written exactly 400 years ago.
- Don Quixote is a high-scoring reference in Scrabble.
- Anna Karenina is a morality play that deals with the damaging effects of morality on Anna and Vronsky.
- Anna Karenina is a novel about many things: love, the idea of romance, marriage, nation, the changing state of Russia, Society, morality and justice.
- Anna Karenina was virtually a one-off.
- A Moveable Feast is a brilliant autobiography of Earnest Hemingway---s life in Paris before he---d finished his first novel.
- A Moveable Feast is a set of memoirs by American author Ernest Hemingway.
- A Moveable Feast is a lush account of life in Paris in the early 20s.
- A Moveable Feast is also the title of a live album by Fairport Convention.
- A Moveable Feast is the title of a novel by American author Ernest Hemingway.
- Absolute Beginners is a novel by Colin MacInnes , set in the late 1950s in London.
- Absolute Beginners is a 1986 slick mod -stylish rock musical movie adapted from Colin MacInnes book Absolute Beginners about life in late 1950s London.
- Absolute Beginners is a musical set in 1950's London.
- Absolute Beginners is a novel by Colin MacInnes, written and set in 1958 London, England.
- Absolute Beginners is a true joy to read.
- The Age of Innocence is a 1920 novel by Edith Wharton which won the 1921 Pulitzer Prize.
- The Age of Innocence is a historical novel, set in the 1870s New York of Wharton's childhood.
- The Age of Innocence is a sumptuous motion picture, a feast for the senses.
- Black Arrow is a semi-sequel to the console version of Rainbow Six 3.
- The Black Arrow is a futuristic tale of hope and resistance.
- The Black Arrow is a good historical fiction book that takes place during the English civil war against the Yorkists and the Lancastrians.
- The Black Arrow is a must-read for romantics, libertarians, resistance fighters, and anyone who is passionate about life.
- The Black Arrow is a sure winner for 6th graders and up.
- The Brothers Karamazov is a masterpiece of Russian literature.
- The Brothers Karamazov is a 1958 historical film made by MGM, based on Fyodor Dostoevsky 's novel The Brothers Karamazov.
- Brothers Karamazov is a book that lends itself very well to debate.
- The Brothers Karamazov was the last major novel he ever wrote.
- 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.
- Cold Sassy Tree is a genuine Southern novel in substance, form, and voice.
- Cold Sassy Tree is a great story.
- Cold Sassy Tree is a very interesting book.
- DODSWORTH is a psychological study of the first order, sincere, unpretentious and so well-written.
- DODSWORTH was written by Sinclair Lewis at the height of his powers.
- Dodsworth is a 1920s industrialist who sells his car company for a fortune.
- 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.
- Dodsworth is a gentler portrait of a businessman.
- Earth Abides is a book that has aged well and retains its moral oomph.
- Earth Abides is a moving, triumpal story of just such a group.
- Earth Abides is a moving, triumphal story of just such a group.
- Earth Abides is a spot-on reminder of our essential vulnerability.
- 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.
- Endymion is a novel published in 1880 by Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield, the former Conservative Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
- Endymion is a story about love and memory, triumph and terror--an instant candidate for the field's highest honors.
- Endymion is also a play by John Lyly.
- Endymion is also a science-fiction novel by Dan Simmons, part of the Hyperion Cantos tetralogy.
- Endymion is also the name of a Dan Simmons science fiction novel, the third in the Hyperion Cantos.
- EXTREMELY Loud and Incredibly Close is a new novel written by a young, under-30 American author with more-than-a-million-dollar advance.
- 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.
- Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close is a new novel written by a young, under-thirty American author with more-than-a-million-dollar advance.
- Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close is one of those novels you'll be sorry to see end.
- Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close: A Novel by Jonathan Safran Foer I haven't read it yet, but it does sound really intriguing.
- Frindle is a childrens novel written by the American author Andrew Clements and illustrated by the illustrator Brian Selznick.
- Certainly, Complainant held a common law trademark in the word "Frindle" even without registration at the United States Patent Trademark Office.
- Frindle is a 1996 children 's novel written by the American author Andrew Clements and illustrated by Brian Selznick.
- Frindle is a children 's novel written by the American author Andrew Clements and illustrated by the illustrator[?] Brian Selznick[?].
- Frindle is a story all middle school students can relate to.
- GREEN DARKNESS is a medieval love story laced with the paranormal, with interwoven plot lines from the 1970s-present.
- Green Darkness is a true treasure that all historical enthusiasts should own.
- Green Darkness is one of those books that makes you late because you don't want to leave it.
- 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.
- Green Darkness was a haunting book that spanned from Tudor England to the 20th Century.
- 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.
- JIM THE BOY is a simple and poetic coming-of-age story.
- Jim the Boy is a breath of fresh air in the literary atmosphere.
- Jim the Boy is a coming-of-age novel by Tony Earley , published by Little, Brown and Co.
- 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.
- Microserfs is a great novel, after reading it you may become a Douglas Coupland fan as well.
- Microserfs is a hilarious tale of working for Microsoft and being a computer geek in Seattle.
- Microserfs is a powerful, touching, sad, happy, wonderful time machine.
- Microserfs is one of them.
- 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.
- Mildred Pierce is a classic movie in every sense.
- Mildred Pierce is a film to watch and enjoy with a group of friends and a big bowl of popcorn.
- Mildred Pierce is a great book and a portrait of a time.
- Mildred Pierce is a gripping, page turner of a novel.
- Mildred Pierce is a landmark Toronto restaurant that will soon be closing its doors.
- Of Mice and Men is a tragedy that was written in the form of a novella in 1937.
- Of Mice and Men is a tragedy that was written in the form of a play in 1937.
- 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.
- Of Mice and Men was also well received.
- Point of Impact is a likable, informative, page-turner of a novel.
- Point of Impact is a 1993 thriller novel by award-winning author Stephen Hunter.
- Point of Impact is a good example.
- Point of Impact is the 1993 novel by Stephen Hunter, an award-winning critic and accomplished novelist.
- Power of One was recommended to me by a dear friend, who said the movie inspired him in many ways.
- The Power Of One is based on a novel by the very talented Bryce Courtenay.
- The Power of One is a combination of his two areas of expertise.
- The Power of One is a moving and highly entertaining story of a boy who will not let himself fail.
- The Power of One is a new book that-s very beneficial to those who have struggled with weight loss and diet.
- Quentin Durward is a historical novel written by Sir Walter Scott in 1823.
- Quentin Durward is a historical novel written by Walter Scott in 1823.
- Quentin Durward is a young Scotsman seeking fame and fortune in the France of Louis XI in the 14th century.
- Quentin Durward is a young Scotsman seeking fame and fortune in the France of Louis XI in the fourteenth century.
- Quentin Durward was published in June, 1823, and was Scott's first venture on foreign ground.
- Ramona is a fleshy albino of monumental stupidity who lives not so much to be adored as to be serviced.
- Ramona is a frequent speaker at conferences around the country, and loves working with other writers.
- Ramona is a good listener.
- Ramona is a good sport.
- Ramona is a little girl who has been following Henry on his newspaper route and causing him a bit of grief.
- A Separate Peace is a brief novel that gives the gift of time to breathe as we read it.
- A Separate Peace is a coming-of-age novel.
- A Separate Peace is a great read.
- 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.
- A Separate Peace is a remarkable story about the relationship between two young students, Gene and Phineas.
- Shantaram is a movie that is based on the novel written by Gregory David Roberts.
- Shantaram is a gift to readers.
- Shantaram is a novel of epic proportions written by Gregory David Roberts.
- Shantaram is a semi-autobiographical story about an Australian heroin addict who escapes from prison and arrives in Bombay (Mumbai) with a fake passport.
- Shantaram is the name given Mr. Lindsay, or Linbaba, the larger-than-life hero.
- 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.
- Silas Marner is a linen-weaver who, before coming to Raveloe as a young man in c.
- Silas Marner is a nineteenth century Englishman.
- Silas Marner is a weaver in a small religious community, Lantern Yard.
- 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.
- The Sound and the Fury is a dramatic presentation of the decline of the once-aristocratic Compson family of Yoknapatawpha County, in northern Mississippi.
- The Sound and the Fury is a psychological novel about the dissolution of a family with roots in the aristocratic Old South.
- The Sound and the Fury is a well-known novel written by American author William Faulkner.
- 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.
- The Sound and the Fury was published in 1929, although it was one of the first novels Faulkner wrote.
- The Blackwater Lightship is a 1999 novel written by Irish novelist Colm T--ib--n, and was short-listed for the Booker Prize.
- 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.
- 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.
- The Blackwater Lightship is a great and humanizing novel.
- The Blackwater Lightship is a novel about morals and manners, and the clashes of culture and personality.
- THE BLIND ASSASSIN is the winner of the prestigious 2000 Booker Prize for Fiction.
- The Blind Assassin is a fantastic, fabulous novel and I cannot recommend it highly enough.
- The Blind Assassin is a must read that is harder to put down as the story unfolds.
- The Blind Assassin is a tale of two sisters, one of whom dies under ambiguous circumstances in the opening pages.
- The Blind Assassin is a wonderful addition to the body of work of one of the most talented living authors.
- The Edible Woman is a black comedy, set in Toronto in the mid-Sixties.
- The Edible Woman is a perfect example of her application to all people.
- The Edible Woman is the first published novel by Margaret Atwood.
- The Edible Woman is the novel that established Margaret Atwood as a prose writer of major significance.
- The Edible Woman was Margaret Atwood's first novel and it was an auspicious debut for the internationally renowned writer.
- THE LAST SAMURAI is a well-acted, engaging story that's shot in some beautiful scenery.
- The Last Samurai is a beautifully-rich film that only just misses the mark.
- The Last Samurai is a film , released in the United States on December 5 , 2003 .
- The Last Samurai is a great action film in the Kurosawa tradition, bar the Hollywood love angle and the unconvincing 'alternative ending'.
- The Last Samurai is a remarkable, profound and often very funny book.
- The Plague Dogs is a 1982 animated film based on the 1977 novel by Richard Adams.
- The Plague Dogs is a 1982 animated film based on the 1977 novel of the same name by Richard Adams.
- The Plague Dogs is a good movie, it’s just not a great one.
- The Plague Dogs is a polemic against animal experimentation and is set in the modern world with human and animal characters.
- 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 is a coming of age story, plain and simple.
- The Perks of Being a Wallflower is a light, effortless read, and one I believe worth checking out.
- 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.
- The Perks of Being a Wallflower is an epistolary novel written in the 1990s by American novelist Stephen Chbosky.
- 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 is a romance set in Ranchipur during monsoon season.
- The Rains Came is an early disaster film, and I watched it to see how the disaster scenes would be filmed.
- The Rains Came is based on a 1937 novel of the same name by Louis Bromfield.
- The Rains Came is one of the less successful examples of the genius of the studio system.
- The Rains Came is the title of novel by Louis Bromfield and the 1939 20th Century Fox film version which followed it.
- THE SHIPPING NEWS is a beautiful psychological study about the transformation of a damaged man into a whole human being.
- 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.
- The Shipping News is a 2001 film based on the Pulitzer Prize winning novel by E. Annie Proulx.
- The Shipping News is a big, sad step in that direction.
- 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.
- Thumbsucker is a 1999 novel by Walter Kirn.
- Thumbsucker is a 2005 film directed by Mike Mills adapted from the Walter Kirn novel of the same name.
- Thumbsucker is a This is that, Cinema-go-go and Bull's Eye Entertainment production.
- Thumbsucker is a coming-of-age story set in the eighties.
- Thumbsucker is a head-scratcher.
- Tortilla Flat is a drama based on the novel by John Steinbeck.
- Tortilla Flat is a gripping tale of a group of scoundrels who are only looking out for themselves.
- Tortilla Flat is a little slow at times, but has its good moments.
- Tortilla Flat is a novel about the lives of paisanos&emdash;Mexican, Indian and Caucasian mixed people&emdash;who lived in Monterey.
- Tortilla Flat is a short novel that exploits the "paisanos" of Tortilla Flat.
- Trout Fishing in America is a landmark in American prose fiction.
- Trout Fishing in America is a pleasant surprise, though probably not so for aspiring anglers.
- Trout fishing in America is a place.
- Trout fishing in America is an activity.
- A Kingdom of Dreams is one of the best Medieval romances I have ever read.
- In A Mixture of Frailties Monica Gall is the recipient of an unexpected gift.
- 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.
- The other two novels are Leaven of Malice ( 1954) and A Mixture of Frailties ( 1958).
- A Night to Remember is a 1955 non-fiction book by Walter Lord about the sinking of the ocean liner RMS Titanic in 1912.
- 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.
- Also included is an analysis of Tyler's most recent novel, A Patchwork Planet.
- A Patchwork Planet is told in first person narrative by Barnaby Gaitlin.
- A Prayer for Owen Meany is a roller coaster of emotions.
- A Prayer For Owen Meany is a beautiful story about faith and destiny.
- A Prayer for Owen Meany is one of the most profound books I've ever read.
- A Severed Head is a manual on how to survive without certainty.
- A Severed Head is a satirical, sometimes farcical 1961 novel by Iris Murdoch.
- A Severed Head was a harbinger of the Sexual Revolution that was to hit Britain in the 1960s and '70s.
- A Severed Head was present in Fifth Business like a palimpsest.
- 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.
- 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.
* Advise And Consent
* Age of Iron
* Alex Rider
* Alias Grace
* Alice Adams
* All Families Are Psychotic
* Annie John
* Anthony Adverse
* An Equal Music
* As Seen On Tv
* At Swim-Two-Birds
* Black Wind
* Blood Meridian
* Blue At The Mizzen
* Brazzaville Beach
* Brown On Resolution
* Call It Sleep
* Captains Courageous
* Captain From Connecticut
* Chronicle of A Death Foretold
* City And The Pillar
* Collage Novel
* Death To The French
* Dime Novel
* Divine Secrets of The Ya-Ya Sisterhood
* Dream Park
* Duncton Wood
* Dying of The Light
* Effi Briest
* Eine Billion Dollar
* Ella Minnow Pea
* Ellen Foster
* English Teacher
* Everything Is Illuminated
* Fifth Business
* Fight Club
* Finnegans Wake
* First Novels
* Forgotten Realms Novels
* For Whom The Bell Tolls
* Four Freedoms
* Glass Bead Game
* Going After Cacciato
* Gold Bug Variations
* Gone With The Wind
* Good As Gold
* Good Omens
* Graphic Novels
* Great Divorce
* Hayduke Lives
* In Dubious Battle
* Island of The Day Before
* Just Like That
* Kate Vaiden
* Killing Aurora
* Knowledge of Angels
* Lady Oracle
* Last Son of Krypton
* Lazarillo De Tormes
* Leaven of Malice
* Life Before Man
* Light Novels
* Little Altars Everywhere
* Love In The Time of Cholera
* Mediterranean Caper
* Miss Wyoming
* More Joy In Heaven
* Murther And Walking Spirits
* Mysteries of Pittsburgh
* My Uncle Oswald
* Nightmare Alley
* Nightrunners of Bengal
* No One Writes To The Colonel
* Oryx And Crake
* Paul Clifford
* Peter Camenzind
* Pictures From An Institution
* Plum Bun
* Practical Demonkeeping
* Quartet In Autumn
* Rage of Angels
* Raj Quartet
* Salterton Trilogy
* Search For The Dice Man
* Sequel Novels
* Shampoo Planet
* Shohola Falls
* Skinny Dip
* Something Happened
* So Long A Letter
* Summons To Memphis
* Swami And Friends
* The Age of Reason
* The Brave Cowboy
* The Bride of Lammermoor
* The Bride Stripped Bare
* The Clan of The Cave Bear
* The Cunning Man
* The Death Collectors
* The Death of Virgil
* The Death Ship
* The Dice Man
* The Edge of Sadness
* The Fallon Blood
* The General In His Labyrinth
* The God of Small Things
* The Good Earth
* The Grapes of Wrath
* The Heather Blazing
* The Italian Girl
* The Known World
* The Little Friend
* The Lord of The Rings
* The Monkey Wrench Gang
* The Most Dangerous Game
* The Nature of Truth
* The Neon Bible
* The Old Man And The Sea
* The Perilous Road
* The Price of Salt
* The Primrose Ring
* The Rebel Angels
* The Robber Bride
* The Secret History
* The Short-Timers
* The Sterile Cuckoo
* The Stingray Shuffle
* The Story of The Night
* The Sun Also Rises
* The Unknown Shore
* The Violent Bear It Away
* The Whalestoe Letters
* This Sweet Sickness
* Time For Judas
* Tirant Lo Blanc
* To A God Unknown
* Trojan Odyssey
* Twin Sisters
* Two Women
* Valley of The Dolls
* Valley of The Squinting Windows
* Vidas Secas
* Waiting For The Barbarians
* War And Remembrance
* Watch Your Mouth
* Where The Red Fern Grows
* Wise Blood
* World of Wonders
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