Sherlock Jones and Odyssey Mystery
Uncategorized / May 28, 2019

Author: Ed Dunlop Publish: 2001 Page: 127 pages Language: English Format EBook: PDF Review: we are verry sorry. Its so hard to find proper cover for these ebook because we search all around the web search engine and we can’t find it. Maybe our website is the one of the rare source for this Sherlock Jones Series. This is Book Six in the Sherlock Jones Detective Series. Enjoy Download.  

The Kite Runner
Uncategorized / May 27, 2019

Author: Khaled Hosseini Publish: 2003 Page: 206 pages Language: English Format EBook: PDF Review: The Kite Runner is the first novel by Afghan-American author Khaled Hosseini.Published in 2003 by Riverhead Books, it tells the story of Amir, a young boy from the Wazir Akbar Khan district of Kabul, whose closest friend is Hassan. The story is set against a backdrop of tumultuous events, from the fall of Afghanistan’s monarchy through the Soviet military intervention, the exodus of refugees to Pakistan and the United States, and the rise of the Taliban regime. Hosseini has commented that he considers The Kite Runner to be a father–son story, emphasizing the familial aspects of the narrative, an element that he continued to use in his later works. Themes of guilt and redemption feature prominently in the novel, with a pivotal scene depicting an act of sexual assault that happens against Hassan that Amir fails to prevent. The latter half of the book centers on Amir’s attempts to atone for this transgression by rescuing Hassan’s son two decades later. The Kite Runner became a bestseller after being printed in paperback and was popularized in book clubs. It was a number one New York Times bestseller…

Tristan and Iseult
Uncategorized / May 26, 2019

Author: Herbert James Draper Publish: – Page: 73 pages Language: English Format EBook: PDF Review:Tristan and Iseult is an influential romance story, retold in numerous sources with as many variations since the 12th century. The story is a tragedy about the adulterous love between the Cornish knight Tristan (Tristram, etc.) and the Irish princess Iseult (Isolde, Yseult, etc.). The narrative predates and most likely influenced the Arthurian romance of Lancelot and Guinevere, and has had a substantial impact on Western art and literature. While the details of the story differ from one author to another, the overall plot structure remains much the same.  

Old Indian Days
Uncategorized / May 25, 2019

Author: Charles Alexander Eastman (Ohiye S’a) Publish: 1907 Page: 411 pages Language: English Format EBook: PDF Review: The entire book “Old Indian Days” is published here from the original 1907 edition published by the McClure Company. A cut-out of the original book cover showing the title is above. The stories in Old Indian Days focus mainly on Sioux bands of the Upper Midwest in prereservation times, when contact with whites was minimal. Charles A. Eastman, a mixed-blood Sioux who earned renown as the author of nearly a dozen books, was on home ground in writing about the traditional life of his people, their customs, warm family relations, reverence for animals, and struggle for survival. Originally published in 1907, Old Indian Days alludes to historical figures like Little Crow and Tamahay and to an event that Eastman experienced as a small boy, the 1862 Sioux Uprising in Minnesota. The excitement of intertribal warfare and the warrior’s lone exploits, as well as his more tender side in trying to fathom the mysteries of womanhood and the eternal are seen in “The Love of Antelope,” “The Madness of Bald Eagle.” “The Singing Spirit,” and other stories. Women enter into these evocations of Indian…

The Tinted Venus
Uncategorized / May 24, 2019

Author: F. Anstey Publish: 1885 Page: 165 pages Language: English Format EBook: PDF Review : Thomas Anstey Guthrie (1856-1934), was an English novelist and journalist, who wrote his comic novels under the pseudonym F. Anstey. The Tinted Venus (1885) was adapted by S. J. Perelman, Ogden Nash, and Kurt Weill into One Touch of Venus in 1943 An engagement ring can’t bring a statue to life — can it? The goddess Aphrodite reanimates an ancient statue and fastens herself on to a foolish hair-dresser in London–the grandeurs of classical paganism and the banalities of our common modern life in ludicrous opposition.