The most popular books in English.

What books are currently the most popular and which are the all time classics? Here we present you with a mixture of those two criteria. We update this list once a month.

16001. My Brilliant Friend (Neapolitan)

Elena Ferrante

A modern masterpiece from one of Italy’s most acclaimed authors, My Brilliant Friend is a rich, intense, and generous-hearted story about two friends, Elena and Lila. Ferrante’s inimitable style lends itself perfectly to a meticulous portrait of these two women that is also the …

16002. The Oxford book of modern science writing

Richard Dawkins

The Oxford Book of Modern Science Writing is an anthology of scientific writings, arranged and introduced by Richard Dawkins of the University of Oxford. Published first in March 2008, it contains 83 writings on many topics from a diverse variety of authors, which range in …

16003. Politics

Adam Thirlwell

'In case you had not noticed,' writes Adam Thirlwell in his first novel, Politics, 'in this book I am not interested in anything so small as the history of the USSR. I am not writing anything so limited.' In this epic miniature, therefore, Politics tells the story of three kids …

16004. The Victim

Saul Bellow

The Victim is a novel by Saul Bellow published in 1947. As in much of Bellow's fiction, the protagonist is a Jewish man in early middle age. Leventhal lives in New York City. While his wife is away on family business, Leventhal is haunted by an old acquaintance who unjustly …

16005. Johnny the Partisan

Beppe Fenoglio

A semi-autobiographical account of an episode in the war when the partisans briefly, and against all logic, 'liberated' a mountainous zone in Northern Italy. Translated by Stuart Hood.

16006. Anatomy of Restlessness: Selected Writings 1969-1989

Bruce Chatwin

Anatomy of Restlessness was published in 1997 and is a collection of unpublished essays, articles, short stories, and travel tales. This collection spans the twenty years of Bruce Chatwin's career as a writer. This book was brought together by Jan Borm and Matthew Graves …

16007. Daddy

Danielle Steel

Daddy is a 1989 novel by Danielle Steel. It tells the story of Oliver Watson, an advertising executive, and his three children. Oliver believes that he and his wife, Sarah, have the perfect marriage and are raising their three children, Benjamin, Melissa, and Sam in their house …

16009. Hilldiggers

Neal Asher

Hilldiggers is a science fiction novel by Neal Asher.

16010. Deathstalker Destiny ( (The Saga of Owen …

Simon R. Green

Deathstalker Destiny is a science fiction novel by British author Simon R Green. The sixth in a series of nine novels, Deathstalker Destiny is part homage to - and part parody of - the classic space operas of the 1950s, and deals with the themes of honour, love, courage and …

16011. The Run a novel

Stuart Woods

The Run is the fifth novel in the Will Lee series by Stuart Woods. It was first published in 2000 by HarperCollins. The novel takes place in Washington, D. C. and different states, some time after the events of Grass Roots. The novel continues the story of the Lee family of …

16015. Before I Wake

Robert Wiersema

Before I Wake is a novel by Robert J. Wiersema. The events of the novel take place in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

16016. Meg: Primal Waters

Steve Alten

Meg: Primal Waters is a 2004 science fiction novel by author Steve Alten. The book continues the adventure of Jonas Taylor, a paleobiologist, studying the megalodon. It is the only "Meg" novel not available in digital form.

16018. Kris Longknife: Audacious (Book )

Mike Moscoe

Audacious is a book published in 2007 that was written by Mike Shepherd.

16019. Sammy Keyes and the Curse of Moustache Mary

Wendelin Van Draanen

Sammy Keyes and the Curse of Moustache Mary is a book by Wendelin Van Draanen.

16021. 01v Dragonheart (Dragonriders of Pern, Book 22)

Todd McCaffrey

Dragonheart is a science fiction novel by Todd McCaffrey in the Dragonriders of Pern series that his mother Anne McCaffrey initiated in 1967. Published by Del Rey Books in 2008, it was the second for Todd as sole author and the twenty-second in the series. Written after his …

16022. The Bridge on the Drina

Ivo Andric

The Bridge on the Drina sometimes restyled as The Bridge Over the Drina, is a novel by Yugoslavian writer Ivo Andrić. Andrić wrote the novel while living quietly in Belgrade during World War II, publishing it in 1945. Andrić was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature for his …

16023. Edge of Victory I: Conquest: 1 (Star Wars: The New …

Greg Keyes

Edge of Victory: Conquest is the first novel in a two-part story by Greg Keyes. Published and released in 2001, it is the seventh installment of the New Jedi Order series set in the Star Wars universe.

16024. Now You See Her AYAT6

Michael Ledwidge

The perfect lifeA successful lawyer and loving mother, Nina Bloom would do anything to protect the life she's built in New York--including lying to everyone, even her daughter, about her past. But when an innocent man is framed for murder, she knows that she can't let him pay …

16026. The Stupidest Angel: A Heartwarming Tale of …

Christopher Moore

The Stupidest Angel: A Heartwarming Tale of Christmas Terror is the eighth novel by Christopher Moore. Set during Christmas, it brings together several favored characters from his previous books set in the fictional town of Pine Cove, a recurring location in Moore's novels. An …

16027. Making Globalization Work

Joseph Stiglitz

"A damning denunciation of things as they are, and a platform for how we can do better."―Andrew Leonard, Salon Building on the international bestseller Globalization and Its Discontents, Joseph E. Stiglitz offers here an agenda of inventive solutions to our most pressing …

16028. The first stone : some questions about sex and power …

Helen Garner

The First Stone: Some questions about sex and power by Helen Garner is a controversial non-fiction book about a 1992 sexual harassment scandal at Ormond College, one of the residential colleges of the University of Melbourne. It was first published in Australia in 1995 and later …

16029. American Buffalo : a play by David Mamet

David Mamet

A classic tragedy, American Buffalo is a story of three men struggling in the pursuit of their distorted vision of the American Dream. By turns touching and cynical, poignant and violent, American Buffalo is a piercing story of how people can be corrupted into betraying their …

16030. You're Only Old Once! A Book For Obsolete Children

Dr. Seuss

Subtitled A Book for Obsolete Children, this unusual item in the Seuss canon doesn't really belong among the children's books. Written to celebrate the nonsense master's 82nd birthday, it follows "you" (an elderly gent in a suit and white moustache) through a physical check-up …

16031. IBM And the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance …

Edwin Black

Was IBM, "The Solutions Company," partly responsible for the Final Solution? That's the question raised by Edwin Black's IBM and the Holocaust, the most controversial book on the subject since Daniel Jonah Goldhagen's Hitler's Willing Executioners. Black, a son of Holocaust …

16032. Adiós Hemingway

Leonardo Padura Fuentes

Padura Fuentes — one of Cuba's best-known and most widely acclaimed writers — has written a first-rate detective story set against the backdrop of Hemingway's Cuba. Part fascinating examination of Hemingway the man in his trying final years and part nifty postmodern procedural, …

16035. The leopard hunts in darkness

Wilbur A. Smith

The Leopard Hunts in Darkness is a novel by Wilbur Smith set in the early days of Zimbabwe's independence and is the fourth in Wilbur Smith's series about the Ballantyne family of Rhodesia.

16036. The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon: A Pop-up Book HC

Stephen King

The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon is a psychological horror novel by Stephen King. In 2004, a pop-up book adaptation was released, designed by Kees Moerbeek and illustrated by Alan Dingman.

16039. The Forty Days of Musa Dagh

Franz Werfel

The Forty Days of Musa Dagh is a 1933 novel by Austrian-Bohemian writer Franz Werfel based on true events that took place in 1915, during the second year of World War I and at the beginning of the Armenian Genocide. The novel focuses on the self-defense by a small community of …

16040. Scales of Justice

Ngaio Marsh

Scales of Justice is a detective novel by Ngaio Marsh; it is the eighteenth novel to feature Roderick Alleyn, and was first published in 1955. The plot concerns the murder of Colonel Carterette, an enthusiastic fisherman in charge of publishing the controversial memoirs of the …

16044. Typhoon

Joseph Conrad

Typhoon is a novella by Joseph Conrad, begun in 1899 and serialized in Pall Mall Magazine in January–March 1902. Its first book publication was in New York by Putnam in 1902; it was also published in Britain in Typhoon and Other Stories by Heinemann in 1903.

16045. The Magic Barrel

Bernard Malamud

The Magic Barrel is a collection of thirteen short stories written by Bernard Malamud and published in 1958 by Farrar, Straus & Giroux. Also, the Jewish Publication Society released its own edition at the same time. It won the 1959 U.S. National Book Award for Fiction. The …

16046. The Turn of the Screw and Daisy Miller

Henry James

The Turn of the Screw, originally published in 1898, is a gothic ghost story novella written by Henry James. Due to its original content, the novella became a favourite text of academics who subscribe to New Criticism. The novella has had differing interpretations, often …

16047. Brenner and God

Wolf Haas

Wanting out of high-stress detective work, Simon Brenner takes a calming job as a chauffeur, shuttling a two-year-old girl back and forth in a soothing ride along the Autobahn between her father, a construction tycoon in Munich, and her mother, an abortion doctor in Vienna. …

16048. After the Empire

Emmanuel Todd

After the Empire: The Breakdown of the American Order is a 2001 book by Emmanuel Todd. Todd predicts the fall of the United States as the sole superpower. Todd examines the fundamental weaknesses of the US to conclude that, contrary to American conventional wisdom, America is …

16050. The Ice Harvest

Scott Phillips

The Ice Harvest is a debut novel by Scott Phillips. The story, set in 1979, was published to wide acclaim in 2000.

16051. The Caveman's Valentine

George Dawes Green

Caveman's Valentine is a book by George Dawes Green.

16052. An African in Greenland

Tété-Michel Kpomassie

An African in Greenland is a 1981 book by the Togolese author Tété-Michel Kpomassie.

16053. Man Gone Down

Michael Thomas

Man Gone Down is the debut novel of U.S. author Michael Thomas. It won the 2009 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, with Thomas receiving a prize of €100,000. Man Gone Down is also recommended by The New York Times.

16054. Traveller

Richard Adams

Traveller is a historical novel written by Richard Adams in 1988. It recounts the American Civil War through the viewpoint of Traveller, the favorite horse of Confederate General Robert E. Lee.

16055. The Crystal Frontier

Carlos Fuentes

The Crystal Frontier is a 1995 novel written by Mexican writer Carlos Fuentes. The title can also be translated as "The glass border".

16057. Candy (Southern, Terry)

Terry Southern

Candy is a 1958 novel written by Maxwell Kenton, the pseudonym of Terry Southern and Mason Hoffenberg, who wrote the book in collaboration for the "dirty book" publisher Olympia Press, which published the novel as part of its "Traveller's Companion" series. According to …

16058. The Zanzibar Chest: A Story of Life, Love, and Death …

Aidan Hartley

The Zanzibar Chest: A Memoir of Love and War is a book written by Aidan Hartley.

16059. Long Time Coming

Robert Goddard

Long Time Coming is a book written by Robert Goddard.

16060. An Awfully Big Adventure

Beryl Bainbridge

An Awfully Big Adventure is a novel written by Beryl Bainbridge. It was short listed for the Booker Prize in 1990 and adapted as a movie in 1995. The story was inspired by Bainbridge's own experiences working at the Liverpool Playhouse in her youth.

16061. Plain tales from the hills

Rudyard Kipling

Plain Tales from the Hills is the first collection of short stories by Rudyard Kipling. Out of its 40 stories, "eight-and-twenty", according to Kipling's Preface, were initially published in the Civil and Military Gazette in Lahore, Punjab, British India, between November 1886 …

16063. Our Culture, What's Left of it : The Mandarins and …

Theodore Dalrymple

Our Culture, What's Left of It: The Mandarins and the Masses is a 2005 non-fiction book by British physician and writer Theodore Dalrymple. It is composed of twenty-six separate pieces that cover a wide range of topics from drug legalisation to the influence of Shakespeare. A …

16065. Time to Murder and Create

Lawrence Block

Time to Murder and Create is a book written by Lawrence Block.

16066. Crime Wave: reportage and fiction from the underside …

James Ellroy

Crime Wave is a 1999 collection of eleven short works of fiction and non-fiction, all originally published in GQ, by American crime fiction writer James Ellroy. The collection, issued as a paperback original, includes a short story, two novellas, and eight pieces of crime …

16067. Killer in the Rain: "The Man Who Liked Dogs"; "The …

Raymond Chandler

"Killer in the Rain" refers to a collection of short stories, including the eponymous title story, written by hard-boiled detective fiction author Raymond Chandler. The collection features eight short stories originally published in pulp magazines between 1935 and 1941. At …

16068. Diving into the Wreck: Poems 1971-1972

Adrienne Rich

Diving into the Wreck: Poems 1971-1972 is a book written by Adrienne Rich.

16071. The European Dream

Jérémy Rifkin

The European Dream: How Europe's Vision of the Future Is Quietly Eclipsing the American Dream is a book, by Jeremy Rifkin published on August 19, 2004 by Jeremy P. Tarcher Inc. Rifkin describes the emergence and evolution of the European Union over the past five decades, as well …

16073. Fin-de-Siecle Vienna: Politics and Culture

Carl Emil Schorske

Fin-de-siècle Vienna: Politics and Culture, written by American cultural historian Carl E. Schorske and published by Knopf in 1980, won the 1981 Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction. It has been described as a magnificent revelation of turn-of-the-century Vienna where out of a …

16074. The Players of Null-A

A. E. van Vogt

The Pawns of Null-A is a 1956 science fiction novel by A. E. van Vogt originally published as a four-part serial in Astounding Stories from October 1948 to January 1949. It incorporates concepts from the General semantics of Alfred Korzybski and refers to non-Aristotelian logic. …

16075. Five Go Off in a Caravan

Enid Blyton

Five Go Off In A Caravan is the fifth book in the Famous Five series by the British author, Enid Blyton and published by Hodder and Stoughton.

16076. The Complete Stories

Isaac Asimov

The Complete Stories is a discontinued series intended to form a definitive collection of Isaac Asimov's short stories. Originally published in 1990 and 1992 by Doubleday, it was discontinued after the second book of the planned series. Altogether 86 of Asimov's 382 published …

16078. The Other Side

Alfred Kubin

The Other Side tells of a dream kingdom which becomes a nightmare, of a journey to Pearl, a mysterious city created deep in Asia, which is also a journey to the depths of the subconcious, or as Kubin himself called it, 'a sort of Baedeker for those lands which are half known to …

16079. The great god Pan

Arthur Machen

The Great God Pan is a novella written by Arthur Machen. A version of the story was published in the magazine The Whirlwind in 1890, and Machen revised and extended it for its book publication in 1894. On publication it was widely denounced by the press as degenerate and …

16081. The House in Paris

Elizabeth Bowen

The House in Paris is Elizabeth Bowen's fifth novel. It is set in France and Great Britain following World War I, and its action takes place on a single February day in a house in Paris. In that house, two young children—Henrietta and Leopold—await the next legs of their …

16082. The Great Hunger: Ireland 1845-1849

Cecil Woodham-Smith

The Great Hunger is a 1962 book by British historian Cecil Woodham-Smith about the Great Famine in Ireland in 1845-1849. It was published by Harper and Row and Penguin Books.

16083. Love Among the Chickens: A Story of the Haps and …

P. G. Wodehouse

Love Among the Chickens is a novel by P. G. Wodehouse, first published as a book in the United Kingdom in June 1906 by George Newnes, London, and in the United States by Circle Publishing, New York, on 11 May 1909, having already appeared there as a serial in Circle magazine …

16086. Allan Quatermain

H. Rider Haggard

Allan Quatermain is a novel by H. Rider Haggard.

16088. Tess of the D'Urbervilles: (Norton Critical Edition)

Thomas Hardy

Tess of the d'Urbervilles: A Pure Woman Faithfully Presented is a novel by Thomas Hardy. It initially appeared in a censored and serialised version, published by the British illustrated newspaper The Graphic in 1891 and in book form in 1892. Though now considered a major …

16090. The Anarchist Cookbook, Second Printing, January 1971

William Powell

The Anarchist Cookbook, first published in 1971, is a book that contains instructions for the manufacture of explosives, rudimentary telecommunications phreaking devices, and other items. The book also includes instructions for home manufacturing of illicit drugs, including LSD. …

16092. The courage of Sarah Noble

Alice Dalgliesh

The Courage of Sarah Noble by Alice Dalgliesh is the story of a young girl who travels with her father into Connecticut during the early 18th century, and her experiences with the native Schaghticoke. It was published in 1954 and received a Newbery Honor Award.

16093. Flood, The

Ian Rankin

The Flood is the first novel by crime writer Ian Rankin.

16096. The Histories of Middle Earth, Volumes 1 – 5

J. R. R. Tolkien

The Histories of Middle Earth, Volumes 1-5 is a series of 5 books written by J. R. R. Tolkien.

16097. Get Happy

Gerald Clarke

Get Happy: The Life of Judy Garland is a biography of entertainer Judy Garland. Published in 2000, Get Happy is author Gerald Clarke's follow-up to his 1988 biography of Truman Capote. Clarke conducted some 500 interviews, including some with subjects who had not previously …

16098. Gunpowder Empire

Harry Turtledove

Gunpowder Empire is an alternate history novel by Harry Turtledove. It is the first part of the Crosstime Traffic series.

16099. My Education: A Book of Dreams

William S. Burroughs

My Education: A Book of Dreams is the final novel by William S. Burroughs to be published before his death in 1997. It is a collection of dreams, taken from various decades, along with a few comments about the War on Drugs and paragraphs created with the cut-up technique. The …

16100. My Mortal Enemy

Willa Cather

My Mortal Enemy is the eighth novel by American author Willa Cather. It was first published in 1926.

16101. Mother London

Michael Moorcock

Mother London is a novel by Michael Moorcock. It was shortlisted for the Whitbread Prize. Although the city of London itself is perhaps the central character, it follows three outpatients from a mental hospital – a music hall artist, a reclusive writer and a woman just awoken …

16103. The Black Hole War

Leonard Susskind

The Black Hole War: My Battle with Stephen Hawking to Make the World Safe for Quantum Mechanics is a 2008 popular science book by American theoretical physicist Leonard Susskind. The book covers the black hole information paradox, and the related scientific dispute between …

16104. Seven Little Australians

Helen Turner

Seven Little Australians is a classic Australian children's novel by Ethel Turner. Set mainly in Sydney in the 1880s, it relates the adventures of the seven mischievous Woolcot children, their stern army father Captain Woolcot, and flighty stepmother Esther. Turner wrote the …

16106. Gallow Glass

Ruth Rendell

Gallowglass is a 1990 novel by British writer Ruth Rendell, written under the name Barbara Vine.

16113. Tokyo Montana Express

Richard Brautigan

The Tokyo-Montana Express is a novel by Richard Brautigan. It contains 131 chapters which are short stories written by Brautigan from 1976 to 1978, during a period when he was dividing his time between Japan and his ranch house in Montana. A note at the beginning of the book …

16114. Darkwing

Kenneth Oppel

As the sun sets on the time of the dinosaurs, a new world is left in its wake. . . .DuskHe alone can fly and see in the dark, in a colony where being different means being shunned—or worse. As the leader's son, he is protected, but does his future lie among his kin? CarnassialHe …

16115. I, Juan De Pareja: And Related Readings (Literature …

Elizabeth Borton de Treviño

I, Juan de Pareja is a novel by Elizabeth Borton de Treviño that won the Newbery Medal for excellence in American children's literature in 1966. The novel is written in the first person as by the title character, Juan de Pareja, a half-African slave of the artist Diego …

16116. The ghost in the Tokaido Inn

Dorothy Hoobler

The Ghost in the Tokaido Inn is a book written by Dorothy Hoobler and Thomas Hoobler.

16117. Eulalia!: A Tale From Redwall

Brian Jacques

Eulalia! is the 19th book in the Redwall novel series by author Brian Jacques and illustrated by David Elliot. "Eulalia" is also the war cry used by the fighting hares and badgers in the Redwall series. It comes from "Weialala leia", the lament of the Valkyries in Richard …

16118. Hang a Thousand Trees with Ribbons The Story of …

Ann Rinaldi

Hang a Thousand Trees with Ribbons is a 1996 historical novel by Ann Rinaldi. The story,told in first-person narration, follows the life of Phillis Wheatley, the first African-American poet. The story recounts her capture by black slavers in Africa, the horrors of the Middle …

16120. Indigo

Alice Hoffman

Indigo is a novel written by Alice Hoffman, published by Scholastic in 2002. Oak Grove is a dry, dusty town haunted by memories of a past flood. Everyone dreads the water – except two brothers, Trevor and Eli McGill. Nicknamed Trout and Eel for their darting quickness and the …

16121. Roller Skates (Newbery Library, Puffin) 1

Ruth Sawyer

Roller Skates is a book by Ruth Sawyer that won the Newbery Medal for excellence in American children's literature in 1937. It is a fictionalized account of one year of Sawyer's life.

16125. American Lightning: Terror, Mystery, the Birth of …

Howard Blum

American Lightning: Terror, Mystery, the Birth of Hollywood, and the Crime of the Century is a non-fiction book by Howard Blum.

16126. Rogue Moon

Algis Budrys

Rogue Moon is a short science fiction novel by Algis Budrys, published in 1960. It was a 1961 Hugo Award nominee. A substantially cut version of the novel was originally published in F&SF; this novella-length story was included in The Science Fiction Hall of Fame, Volume …

16127. Nick Stefanos Book 1: A Firing Offense

George Pelecanos

A Firing Offense is a 1992 crime novel and the debut from author George Pelecanos. It is set in Washington DC and focuses on marketing executive Nick Stefanos as he investigates the disappearance of a colleague. It is the first of several Pelecanos novels to feature the …

16128. Miracles of Life, Shanghai to Shepperton

J. G. Ballard

Miracles of Life is an autobiography written by British writer J. G. Ballard and published in 2008.

16129. The Sundial

Shirley Jackson

The Sundial is a 1958 novel by author Shirley Jackson.

16136. Captains Outrageous

Joe R. Lansdale

Captains Outrageous is a suspense/crime novel written by American author Joe R. Lansdale, the sixth novel in the Hap and Leonard series of books.

16137. Panzer Leader

Heinz Guderian

Panzer Leader is an autobiography by Heinz Guderian. The book, written during his imprisonment by the Allies after the war, describes Guderian's service in the Panzer arm of the Heer before and during World War II. Guderian's insights are important because of his association …

16138. The Riven Kingdom (Godspeaker Trilogy, Book 2)

Karen Miller

The Riven Kingdom is the second novel in the Godspeaker series by Karen Miller.

16139. The Fire-Eaters (Unabridged)

David Almond

The Fire-Eaters is an award winning children's novel by David Almond, published in 2003.

16140. You'll Never Eat Lunch In This Town Again

Julia Phillips

You'll Never Eat Lunch in This Town Again is an autobiography by Julia Phillips, detailing her career as a film producer and disclosing the power games and debauchery of New Hollywood in the 1970s and 1980s. It was first published in 1991 and became an immediate cause célèbre …

16141. Tillerman Series 06 - Sons from Afar

Cynthia Voigt

Sons From Afar is the sixth book in Cynthia Voigt's Tillerman Cycle, the series of novels dealing with Dicey Tillerman's family which also includes Homecoming, Dicey's Song, The Runner, A Solitary Blue, Come A Stranger, and Seventeen Against the Dealer.

16143. Slouching Toward Nirvana

Charles Bukowski

Slouching Toward Nirvana is a poetry book written by Charles Bukowski.

16144. Death Perception

Victoria Laurie

Death Perception is a book published in 2008 that was written by Victoria Laurie.

16145. A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge

Josh Neufeld

Book Description A stunning graphic novel that makes plain the undeniable horrors and humanity triggered by Hurricane Katrina in the true stories of six New Orleanians who survived the storm.A.D. follows each of the six from the hours before Katrina struck to its horrific …

16146. The Dance of the Voodoo Handbag

Robert Rankin

The Dance of the Voodoo Handbag is a novel by the British author Robert Rankin that incorporates elements of fantasy and science fiction.

16148. The accident man

Tom Cain

The Accident Man is the first novel of the Samuel Carver series by English thriller writer, Tom Cain, released on 2 July 2007 through Bantam Press.

16150. Kindred Spirits (Meetings Sextet v. 1)

Mark Anthony

Kindred Spirits is a fantasy novel set in the Dragonlance fictional universe. It was written by Mark Anthony and Ellen Porath, based on characters and settings from Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman's Dragonlance Chronicles series. Published in 1991, it is the first volume of a …

16151. East of the Sun, West of the Moon (Council Wars 4)

John Ringo

East of the Sun and West of the Moon is a book published in 2006 that was written by John Ringo.

16152. Blood Follows (A Tale of Bauchelain & Korbal …

Steven Erikson

Blood Follows is a novella by Steven Erikson set in the world of the Malazan Book of the Fallen. The events of this book take place prior to those in the main series, and do not necessarily concern the main story plot line. Originally published only in Europe by PS Publishing in …

16153. Mirette on the high wire

Emily Arnold

Mirette on the High Wire is a children's picture book written and illustrated by Emily Arnold McCully. Published in 1992, the book tells the story of Mirette, a French girl who learns to walk on the tightrope. McCully won the 1993 Caldecott Medal for her illustrations.

16154. Owls in the Family (Robert Frankenburg)

Farley Mowat

Owls in the Family is a children's novel written by Farley Mowat first published in 1962.

16155. China Governess (Albert Campion Mystery)

Margery Allingham

The China Governess is a crime novel by Margery Allingham, first published in 1963, in the United Kingdom by Chatto & Windus, London. It is the seventeenth novel in the Albert Campion series.

16159. Dark Matter

Michelle Paver

Dark Matter is a speculative fiction novel from Michelle Paver. Part horror, part ghost story, it was published in the UK on October 21, 2010.

16160. No More Dying Then, # - Read

Ruth Rendell

No More Dying Then is a novel by the British crime-writer Ruth Rendell. It was first published in 1971, and is the sixth title in her popular Inspector Wexford series. The Independent Mystery Booksellers Association listed the book as one of its 100 Favourite Crime Novels of the …

16161. Winter : A Berlin Family, 1899-1945

Len Deighton

Winter is a 1987 novel by Len Deighton, which follows the lives of a German family from 1899 to 1945. At the same time the novel provides an historical background to several of the characters in Deighton's nine novels about the British intelligence agent Bernard Samson, who grew …

16163. Frozen Moment

Camilla Ceder

One cold morning in December, in a small rural town on the Swedish coast, Ake Melkersson is on his way to work when his car breaks down. Luckily he spots a garage nearby, but as he approaches he realizes something is wrong. The owner of the garage lies dead, sprawled on the …

16169. The moment of the magician (Spellsinger)

Alan Dean Foster

The Moment of the Magician is a fantasy novel written by Alan Dean Foster. The book follows the continuing adventures of Jonathan Thomas Meriweather who is transported from our world into a land of talking animals and magic. It is the fourth book in the Spellsinger series.

16174. Keesha's House (6)

Helen Frost

Keesha's House is a 2003 award winning debut young adult verse novel by American author Helen Frost. The book's story is told through multiple poems and concerns a group of teenagers that are all drawn to the house of the titular character Keesha due to serious issues in their …

16175. Beware of the Fish!

Gordon Korman

Beware The Fish! is the third installment in the Macdonald Hall Series, and it continues to follow the two main characters Bruno and Boots along with the ensemble students of Macdonald Hall. This, along with The Zucchini Warriors, is one of the few titles in the series which …

16176. On Becoming Baby Wise: Giving Your Infant the Gift …

Gary Ezzo

On Becoming Baby Wise: Giving Your Infant the Gift of Nighttime Sleep is an infant management book written by pediatrician Robert Bucknam, M.D. and co-author Gary Ezzo in 1993. Formerly published by Multnomah Books, Baby Wise is currently published by Parent-Wise Solutions; …

16179. Whipping Girl

Julia Serano

In the updated second edition of Whipping Girl, Julia Serano, a transsexual woman whose supremely intelligent writing reflects her background as a lesbian transgender activist and professional biologist, shares her powerful experiences and observationsboth pre- and …

16180. Solal of the Solals

Albert Cohen

Solal of the Solals is a 1930 novel by the Swiss writer Albert Cohen. It was published in English in 1933. It was Cohen's first novel, and the first part in a loosely connected series of four; it was followed by Nailcruncher, Belle du Seigneur and Les Valeureux.

16184. Man's Hope

André Malraux

Man's Hope (French: L'Espoir) is a 1937 novel by André Malraux about the Spanish Civil War. It was translated to English and published during 1938 as "Man's Hope". The story was later adapted into a movie, L'espoir (1945).

16185. Secrets of the Gnomes

Wil Huygen

The Secret Book of Gnomes is Book II in a series of four books about Gnomes designed for children. They contain stories and a guide to how Gnomes live in harmony with their environment, such as what a Gnome has in his first aid kit and how a Gnome's house is built. The books …

16192. Life and Death Are Wearing Me Out

Mo Yan

Life and Death are Wearing Me Out is a 2006 novel by Chinese writer Mo Yan. The book is a historical fiction exploring China's development during the latter half of the 20th century through the eyes of a noble and generous landowner who is killed and reincarnated as various farm …

16196. A Balcony in the Forest

Julien Gracq

A Balcony in the Forest is a 1958 novel by the French writer Julien Gracq. It tells the story of a French lieutenant, Grange, who is assigned to an old fortified building in the forest of the Ardennes in the autumn of 1939, where he waits at the outbreak of World War II together …

16200. Where Would I Be Without You?

Guillaume Musso

Parisian cop Martin Beaumont has never really got over his first love, Gabrielle. Their brief, intense affair in San Francisco and the pain of her rejection still haunt him years later. Now, however, he's a successful detective - and tonight he's going to arrest the legendary …



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