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Where She Went

“Where she went” is the continuation of the novel “If I Stay.” Mia Hall came to herself after the coma that she had fallen into because of the accident, where her entire family was dead. She goes through rehabilitation, after some time she enroll  Juliard School to learn arts and musician, goes to New York …

The Kite Runner

“The Kite Runner” is the debut novel by Afghan writer Khaled Hosseini. In his novels the author tells about the life of his countrymen. His stories are heartfelt, emotional and make the reader think about their heroes not only during, but also after reading. Even after a year of history, invented by him, they are …

One Hundred Years of Solitude

Originally published May 30, 1967 Author Gabriel García Márquez Publisher Harper & Row Novel-fairy tale, novel-metaphor, novel-allegory, novel-saga – as soon as critics did not call Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s work “One Hundred Years of Solitude.” The novel, which came out just over half a century ago, became one of the most widely read works of …

Yellow Wallpaper

Originally published January 1892 Author Charlotte Perkins Gilman “Yellow wallpaper” – is a book written by American writer Charlotte Gilman in 1892. A story about chauvinism, about ignorance and delusions. While in society some enjoy great authority, the opinion of others does not exsit. In this story, the wife is completely subordinated to her husband …

A Long Way Gone

A native of Sierra Leone Ishmael Beah published the book  “A long way gone”: Memories of a Soldier Boy, in which he described how he experienced the events of the civil war in his country. The book is written in the style of memoirs and biography, its about all the difficult situations and feelings that …

Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus

Originally published 1992 Author John Gray Pages 286 Publisher HarperCollins ISBN 9780060574215 Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus A book written by the British author John Graham, in the genre of popular psychology. The novel tells that women and men do not think alike. The secrets of communication and the construction of a …

50 Sombras Mas Oscuras

Originally published 2011 Author E. L. James Pages 544 Publisher Vintage Books ISBN 978-0-34580349-8 50 sombras mas oscuras Romantic melodramatic novel by the author is an English writer E.L. James. The novel describes the life of a young girl who recently graduated from college and has a relationship with a young handsome business man. Sensually …

The Glass Menagerie

Originally published 1945 Author Tennessee Williams The Glass Menagerie “The Glass Menagerie” is an autobiographical play by Tennessee Williams. “The Glass Menagerie” is kind of autobiographical play by Tennessee Williams.Where for its prototype is taken his own family: a strict father, an emotional mother, and a daughter suffering from mental illness. The play is penetrating and …

The Bluest Eye

The Bluest Eye “The Bluest Eye” – the book written by afro-american writer, winner of the Nobel Prize in literature T. Morrison. A small novel tells the story of the fate of an African-American girl who, because of the discrimination that reigned in America in the 1940s (namely, this period is depicted in the work), …

The Girl on the Train

Originally published January 13, 2015 Author Paula Hawkins Pages 395 Publisher Riverhead Books ISBN 978-1-59463-366-9 “The Girl on the train” – a novel of 2015 by British writer Paula Hawkins.The plot describes the life of the main character Reichal who suffers from alcoholism and whether she will be able to win internal struggle with herself …