The Anarchist Cookbook

The Anarchist Cookbook The Anarchist Cookbook – a manual on the use of conventional raw materials, substances and items for the production of drugs, weapons, explosive devices, poisons at home. Written in the late 1960s (published in 1971 ) by the American William Powell (William Powell) as a protest against the war of the American …

How to Read Literature Like a Professor

How to Read Literature Like a Professor “How to Read Literature Like a Professor” – is a New York Times bestseller by Thomas C. Foster that was published in 2003. The author suggests interpretations of themes, motifs, and possible symbols commonly found in literature. The book brands itself as “A Lively and Entertaining Guide to …

Сampbell Biology 9th Edition

Сampbell Biology 9th Edition Campbell BIOLOGY is the unsurpassed leader in introductory biology. The text’s hallmark values–accuracy, currency, and passion for teaching and learning–have made it the most successful college introductory biology book for eight consecutive editions.Building on the Key Concepts chapter framework of previous editions, Campbell BIOLOGY, Ninth Edition helps students keep sight of …

Paper Town

Paper Town “Paper Towns” – a novel by John M. Greene, published in October 2008. A good teenage book with a good storyline, with detective elements. Kew Jacobsen, a graduate of the school, has been secretly in love with his beautiful and daring neighbor Margot Roth Spiegelman since childhood. Therefore, when one night she invites …

Things Fall Apart

Things Fall Apart “Things Fall Apart”, by Chinua Achebe is a Nigerian prose writer, poet and literary critic. Known primarily for his first novel, “Things Fall Apart”, which was published in 1958. This novel is by far the most readable and translated book of the modern African writer. For him, the writer in 2007 received …

Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451 “Fahrenheit 451” – science fiction novel-anti-Utopia Ray Bradbury, published in 1953. The novel describes a society that relies on mass culture and consumer thinking, in which all books that make you think about life are subject to burning; keeping books is a crime; and people who are able to think critically, are outlawed. …

Gone Girl

“Gone Girl” (English Gone Girl) – a detective by Gillian Flynn Everything was ready for the celebration of the five-year anniversary of the marriage life, when one of the perpetrators of the celebration suddenly inexplicably disappeared. There were traces of fighting in the house, the blood that they were obviously trying to erase, and a …

The Fault in Our Stars

The Fault in Our Stars “The Fault in Our Stars” is the sixth novel of the American writer John Green, which was published in 2012.Teenagers suffering from a serious illness are not going to give up. They still remain teenagers – poisonous, restless, explosive, rebellious, equally ready for hatred, and for love. Hazel and Augustus …

Flowers of Algernon

Flowers of Algernon “Flowers for Algernon” – a science fiction story by Daniel Kiese (“soft” science fiction). Originally published in the April issue of the Journal of Fantasy and Science Fiction for 1959. Award “Hugo” for the best short science fiction story (1960). The ideas of the novel were formed for 14 years and were …

Getting Things Done

Getting Things Done “Getting Things Done” – book about a method of increasing personal effectiveness, created by David Allen and described by him in the book of the same name, the first edition of which was published in 2001 and was translated into 23 languages.With its help, the tangles of your problems will be unraveled …