The most popular books in English
from 8201 to 8400

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.

8201. 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 …

8202. Sapphique

Catherine Fisher

Sapphique is a young-adult fantasy and science fiction novel written by Catherine Fisher, first published in 2008 in the UK. It is the sequel to Incarceron, and concludes the story of Finn's quest for freedom. Sapphique was released in the US in December, 2010. Sapphique is also …

8203. Voodoo River

Robert Crais

Voodoo River is a 1995 detective novel by Robert Crais. It is the fifth in a series of linked novels centering on the private investigator Elvis Cole.

8204. Pay It Forward

Catherine Ryan Hyde

Pay It Forward is a novel by Catherine Ryan Hyde, released in 1999 which was adapted into the motion picture Pay It Forward which released theatrically and to DVD in 2000–2001.

8205. Sylvester and the Magic Pebble

William Steig

Sylvester and the Magic Pebble is a children's picture book written and illustrated by William Steig. It won him the Caldecott Medal, his first of many Caldecott and Newbery Medal honors. It tells the tale of Sylvester, a donkey from the fictional community of Oatsdale, who …

8206. Wayside School Gets A Little Stranger

Louis Sachar

Wayside School Gets A Little Stranger is a 1995 children's book by American author Louis Sachar, and the third book in his Sideways Stories From Wayside School series.

8207. Dragon Haven

Robin Hobb

Dragon Haven is a novel by Robin Hobb, the second novel in The Rain Wild Chronicles. In a blog post Robin Hobb wrote: "The untitled book I am working on now picks up the tale of the Tarman expedition in search of Kelsingra. It’s my work in progress and threatens to be a long …

8209. No Way to Treat a First Lady

Christopher Buckley

No Way to Treat a First Lady is a satirical novel by Christopher Buckley, first published in 2002. The novel follows the trial of Elizabeth Tyler MacMann, a fictional First Lady accused of murdering her husband, the President of the United States.

8211. Artemis Fowl

Eoin Colfer

Artemis Fowl is a young-adult fantasy novel written by Irish author Eoin Colfer. It is the first book in the Artemis Fowl series, followed by Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident. Described by its author as "Die Hard with fairies", it follows the adventures of Artemis Fowl, a …

8213. Damage

Josephine Hart

Damage is a 1991 novel by Josephine Hart about a British politician who, in the prime of life, causes his own downfall through an inappropriate relationship. It was adapted into a film of the same title by Louis Malle in 1992, as well as into an opera by Greek composer …

8214. To Green Angel Tower

Tad Williams

To Green Angel Tower is the third and final novel in Tad Williams' Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn trilogy. At over 520,000 words, it is one of the longest novels ever written. Due to the length of the novel, the paperback version had to be split into two separate volumes, known as To …

8218. The Doomsday Conspiracy

Sidney Sheldon

The Doomsday Conspiracy is a thriller novel by American writer Sidney Sheldon published in 1991. The story concerns an American naval officer who encounters a mysterious force during an investigation in a balloon accident in the Swiss Alps.

8219. Honor's Splendour (1990)

Julie Garwood

In the feuding English court, gentle Lady Madelyne suffered the cruel whims of her ruthless brother, Baron Louddon. Then, in vengeance for a bitter crime, Baron Duncan of Wexton—the Wolf—unleashed his warriors against Louddon's main. Exquisite Madelyne was the prize he …

8220. Larklight

Philip Reeve

Larklight, or the Revenge of the White Spiders! or to Saturn's Rings and Back! is a young adult novel by author Philip Reeve. Illustrated by David Wyatt, it is the first book in the Larklight Trilogy. Larklight is a space opera set in an alternate Victorian era, in which mankind …

8221. The Cosmic Serpent

Jeremy Narby

The Cosmic Serpent: DNA and the Origins of Knowledge is a 1998 non-fiction book by Jeremy Narby. Narby performed two years of field work in the Pichis Valley of the Peruvian Amazon researching the ecology of the Asháninka, an indigenous peoples in Peru. Investigating the …

8222. A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain

Robert Olen Butler

The Vietnam War continues to play itself out in fiction, autobiography, and history books, but no American author has captured the experiences of the Vietnamese themselves--and caught their voices--more tellingly than Robert Olen Butler, who won the Pulitzer Prize in 1993 for A …

8225. Paradise News

David Lodge

Paradise, tourist style. It's a very long way from home. Bernard Walsh is in Hawaii on family business, escorting his querulous father to the bedside of a long-forgotten aunt. His mission transports him from quiet obscurity in Rummridge, England, to a lush tropical playground, …

8226. The Shockwave Rider

John Brunner

The Shockwave Rider is a science fiction novel by John Brunner, originally published in 1975. It is notable for its hero's use of computer hacking skills to escape pursuit in a dystopian future, and for the coining of the word "worm" to describe a program that propagates itself …

8227. A winter book, selected stories

Tove Jansson

A Winter Book is a book written by Finnish author Tove Jansson in 1998. It features 13 stories from Tove Jansson’s first book for adults, The Sculptor’s Daughter plus seven of her most cherished later stories.

8229. School Days

Robert B. Parker

School Days School Days is a work of detective fiction by American author Robert B. Parker, the 33rd in his acclaimed Spenser series.

8230. Dragonsbane

Barbara Hambly

Dragonsbane is a fantasy novel written by author Barbara Hambly and published by Del Rey Books in 1985.

8231. Happy Ever After

Nora Roberts

Dreams are realized in the final novel in #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts's Bride Quartet.As the public face of Vows wedding planning company, Parker Brown has an uncanny knack for fulfilling every bride's vision. She just can't see where her own life is …

8232. Whirlwind

James Clavell

Whirlwind is a novel by James Clavell, first published in 1986. It forms part of The Asian Saga and is chronologically the last book in the series. Set in Iran in early 1979, it follows the fortunes of a group of Struans helicopter pilots, Iranian officials and oil men and their …

8233. The Aquitaine Progression

Robert Ludlum

In Geneva, American lawyer Joel Converse meets a man he hasn’t seen in twenty years, a covert operative who dies violently at his feet, whispering words that hand Converse a staggering legacy of death: “The generals . . . they’re back . . . Aquitaine!” Suddenly Converse is …

8234. e

Matt Beaumont

e is a comic novel by Matt Beaumont first published in 2000. Written in the epistolary tradition, it consists entirely of e-mails written between the employees of an advertising agency and some of their business partners. Thus, the novel is a multiple-perspective narrative where …

8235. Escape from Freedom

Erich Fromm

Escape from Freedom, known as The Fear of Freedom outside North America, is a book by the Frankfurt-born psychologist and social theorist Erich Fromm, first published in the United States by Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. in 1941. In the book, Fromm explores humanity's …

8236. The Years of Lyndon Johnson: The Path to Power

Robert Caro

The Years of Lyndon Johnson: The Path to Power is a book by Robert Caro.

8238. Another Day of Life

Ryszard Kapuscinski

Another Day of Life is a non-fiction record of three months of the Angolan Civil War by the Polish writer Ryszard Kapuściński. It is made up of a notable description of the degradation of the Angolan capital, Luanda, an analysis of the various weaknesses of the Popular Movement …

8239. Appaloosa

Robert B. Parker

Appaloosa is a novel set in the American Old West written by Robert B. Parker. A film of the same name based on the novel was released in 2008. Parker published a sequel, Resolution, in June 2008 and a third novel featuring the characters of Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch, …

8240. Mountolive

Lawrence Durrell

The intrigues of Justine and Balthazar multiply and deepen in the third volume of the Alexandria Quartet, giving us a novel of labyrinthine intricacy and mesmerizing beauty. In the first two novels of this profoundly innovative masterpiece, Lawrence Durrell explored two sides …

8241. The Sunflower: On the Possibilities and Limits of …

Simon Wiesenthal

The Sunflower is a book on the Holocaust by Simon Wiesenthal, he reminisces his experience with a terminally wounded Nazi. The book recounts Wiesenthal's experience in the Lemberg concentration camp and discusses the moral ethics of the matter. The title comes from Wiesenthal's …

8244. Winterdance: The Fine Madness of Running the Iditarod

Gary Paulsen

Winterdance: The Fine Madness of Running the Iditarod is a non-fiction book written by Gary Paulsen. It was published in 1994 and it also is the inspiration for the Disney movie, Snow Dogs.

8246. Song for the Basilisk

Patricia A. McKillip

Song for the Basilisk is a 1998 fantasy novel by Patricia A. McKillip. It was a Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for Adult Literature finalist in 1999.

8248. The Life of the World to Come

Kage Baker

The Life of the World to Come is the fifth installment in the series of science fiction time travel novels by Kage Baker concerning the exploits of The Company.

8249. The Dwarves

Markus Heitz

The Dwarves is the first novel in the titular high fantasy series, The Dwarves, by German fantasy author Markus Heitz. The story follows an orphan dwarf by the name of Tungdil Goldhand, raised by humans. The book was originally written in English and German. A video game made by …

8250. March to the Stars

David Weber

March to the Stars is the third novel in the science fiction series of the Empire of Man by David Weber and John Ringo. It tells the story of Prince Roger MacClintock and his remaining bodyguards of the Empress' Own Regiment who get marooned on the alien planet of Marduk due to …

8252. Ancestors of Avalon

Marion Zimmer Bradley

Ancestors of Avalon is a 2004 historical fantasy novel written by Diana L. Paxson, and based on an idea of the late Marion Zimmer Bradley. The book is one of 7 prequels to Bradley's popular fantasy novel Mists of Avalon. The characters of Ancestors of Avalon have appeared …

8253. Raptor Red

Robert T. Bakker

Raptor Red is a 1995 American novel by paleontologist Robert T. Bakker. The book is a third-person account of dinosaurs during the Cretaceous Period, told from the point of view of Raptor Red, a female Utahraptor. Raptor Red features many of Bakker's theories regarding …

8254. Creatures of Light and Darkness

Roger Zelazny

Creatures of Light and Darkness is a 1969 science fiction novel by Roger Zelazny. Long out of print, it was reissued in April 2010.

8255. Nothing Lasts Forever

Sidney Sheldon

Nothing Lasts Forever is a 1994 novel by Sidney Sheldon. This medical thriller tells the story of three female doctors trying to prove themselves in a profession dominated by men. Each of them has their own story, and each of their tales are well connected and intertwined with …

8256. American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. …

Kai Bird

American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer is a biography of J. Robert Oppenheimer by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin published by Alfred A. Knopf in 2005. Twenty-five years in the making, the book was awarded the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for Biography or …

8257. American Caesar, Douglas MacArthur, 1880-1964

William Manchester

American Caesar: Douglas MacArthur, 1880-1964 is a 1978 biography of General of the Army Douglas MacArthur by American historian William Manchester. It was made into a documentary series in 1983 hosted by John Huston. Manchester paints a sympathetic but balanced portrait of …

8258. Watchmen

Alan Moore

Watchmen: The Deluxe Edition is a book written by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons.

8260. The Toll-Gate

Georgette Heyer

The Toll-Gate is a Regency novel by Georgette Heyer, which takes place in 1817. Unlike many of Heyer's historical novels which concentrate on a plucky heroine, this one follows the adventures of a male main character, an ex-captain in the British Army who has returned from the …

8261. Shatter

Michael Robotham

Shatter is a psychological thriller written by the Australian author Michael Robotham that was published in 2008. Professor Joseph O'Loughlin is tasked by the police with stopping a woman, Christine Wheeler, from committing suicide, only to fail. When Wheeler's teenage daughter …

8264. The Crystal Star

Vonda N. McIntyre

The Crystal Star is a 1994 bestselling fictional Star Wars novel written by Vonda McIntyre and published by Bantam Spectra. The novel is set ten years after the Battle of Endor in the Star Wars Expanded Universe.

8265. A House Like a Lotus

Madeleine L'Engle

A House Like a Lotus is a 1984 young adult novel by Madeleine L'Engle. Its protagonist is sixteen-year-old Polly O'Keefe, whose friend and mentor, Maximiliana Horne, has sent her on a trip to Greece and Cyprus. As she travels, Polly must come to terms with a recent traumatic …

8266. The Collected Stories of Amy Hempel

Amy Hempel

The Collected Stories of Amy Hempel is a compilation of all Hempel's short stories published between 1985 and 2005. The collection was published by Scribner in 2006 with an introduction by Rick Moody. The book was a finalist for the 2006 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction and was …

8267. Triss

Brian Jacques

Triss is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2002. It is the 15th book in the Redwall series.

8268. The Disappearing Spoon

Sam Kean

The Disappearing Spoon, also known by its full title of The Disappearing Spoon: And Other True Tales of Madness, Love, and the History of the World from the Periodic Table of the Elements, is a 2010 book by science reporter Sam Kean. The book was first published in hardback on …

8269. Castaways of the Flying Dutchman

Brian Jacques

Castaways of the Flying Dutchman is the first novel in the Castaways series by Brian Jacques, published in 2001. It is based on the legend of the cursed ship the Flying Dutchman. A young boy, Nebuchadnezzar, and his dog, Denmark, are the lone survivors of the Flying Dutchman, …

8270. Rocket Ship Galileo

Robert A. Heinlein

Rocket Ship Galileo is a science fiction novel by Robert A. Heinlein, published in 1947, about three teenagers who participate in a pioneering flight to the Moon. It was the first in the Heinlein juveniles, a long and successful series of science fiction novels published by …

8271. The Coldest Winter Ever

Sister Souljah

The Coldest Winter Ever is a best-selling 1999 novel written by MC and activist Sister Souljah. Set in the projects of Brooklyn, New York, The Coldest Winter Ever is the story of Winter Santiaga, the rebellious, pampered teenage daughter of a notorious drug dealer. Ricky …

8272. How Late It Was, How Late

James Kelman

How late it was, how late is a 1994 stream of consciousness novel written by Scottish writer James Kelman. The Glasgow-centred work is written in a working class Scottish dialect, and follows Sammy, a shoplifter and ex-convict.

8273. The Cat Who Knew Shakespeare

Lilian Jackson Braun

The Cat Who Knew Shakespeare is the seventh book in The Cat Who Series by Lilian Jackson Braun, published in 1988.

8274. Duino elegies : bilingual edition

Edward Rowe Snow

Who, if I cried out, would hear me among the angelic orders? and even if one of them pressed me suddenly to his heart: I'd be consumed in that overwhelming existence. For beauty is nothing but the beginning of terror, which we can just barely endure,and we stand in awe of it as …

8275. Birdy

William Wharton

Hailed upon its publication as "a classic for readers not yet born" (Philadelphia Inquirer), Birdy is an inventive, hypnotic novel about friendship and family, dreaming and surviving, love and war, madness and beauty, and, above all, "birdness." It tells the story of Al, a bold, …

8276. A Cavern of Black Ice

J.V. Jones

A Cavern of Black Ice is the first book in the Sword of Shadows fantasy series by J. V. Jones. It is followed by A Fortress of Grey Ice, A Sword from Red Ice and Watcher of the Dead.

8277. Slaves of the Mastery

William Nicholson

Slaves of the Mastery is the second book in the Wind On Fire trilogy by William Nicholson. It picks up the story of twins Kestrel and Bowman five years on from the closing chapter of The Wind Singer. It was first published in 2001.

8278. Monsoon

Wilbur A. Smith

Monsoon is a 1999 novel by Wilbur Smith.

8279. The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair

Joel Dicker

Instant New York Times Bestseller“Unimpeachably terrific.” —The New York Times Book ReviewOne of CBS This Morning’s 6 “Must-Have Titles for Your Summer Reading List” The publishing phenomenon topping bestseller lists around the world, with sales of more than two million copies …

8280. The Man Who Laughs

Victor Hugo

VICTOR HUGO'S long and chequered life (1802-85) was filled with experiences of the most diverse character - literature and politics, the court and the street, parliament and the theatre, labour, struggles, disappointments, exile and triumphs. --- In 1855 he began a 15-year-long …

8281. The Night of Wishes

Michael Ende

The Night of Wishes: Or the Satanarchaeolidealcohellish Notion Potion is a book by the German children's book author Michael Ende that was first published in 1989 and awarded with the Swiss literary award "La vache qui lit" in 1990. The original German title was Der …

8282. Giles Goat-Boy

John Barth

Giles Goat-Boy is the fourth novel by American writer John Barth. It is metafictional comic novel in which the world is portrayed as a university campus in an elaborate allegory of the Cold War. Its title character is a human boy raised as a goat, who comes to believe he is the …

8283. Hiroshima Mon Amour: A Screenplay

Marguerite Duras

Jacket description/back: One of the most influential works in the history of cinema, Alain Renais's Hiroshima Mon Amour gathered international acclaim upon its release in 1959 and was awarded the International Critics' Prize at the Cannes Film festival and the New York Film …

8284. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Mark Twain

This is the first edition of Huckleberry Finn ever to be based on Mark Twain's entire original manuscript—including its first 663 pages, which had been lost for more than a hundred years when they were discovered in 1990 in a Los Angeles attic. The text of the Mark Twain Library …

8285. The Medium is the Massage: An Inventory of Effects

Jerome Agel

The Medium is the Massage: An Inventory of Effects is a book co-created by media analyst Marshall McLuhan and graphic designer Quentin Fiore, and coordinated by Jerome Agel. It was published by Bantam books in 1967 and became a bestseller with a cult following. The book itself …

8286. Ravelstein

Saul Bellow

Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Saul Bellow confined himself to shorter fictions. Not that this old master ever dabbled in minimalism: novellas such as The Actual and The Bellarosa Connection are bursting at the seams with wit, plot, and the intellectual equivalent of high …

8288. De kroongetuige

Maarten 't Hart

De kroongetuige is a novel by Dutch author Maarten 't Hart. It was first published in 1983.

8289. The Life and Loves of a She-Devil

Fay Weldon

As featured on BBC Radio 4 as part of the Riot Girls series Ruth Patchett never thought of herself as particularly devilish. Rather the opposite in fact - simply a tall, not terribly attractive woman living a quiet life as a wife and mother in a respectable suburb. But when she …

8290. The Hidden Force (Quartet Encounters)

Louis Couperus

The Hidden Force is a 1900 novel by the Dutch writer Louis Couperus. The narrative is set on the island of Java in the Dutch East Indies. The book was adapted into a 1974 Dutch TV serial. In 2010, a feature-film adaptation was announced as under development with Paul Verhoeven …

8291. The Waste Land

T. S. Eliot

The Waste Land, by T.S. Eliot, is widely regarded as "one of the most important poems of the 20th century" and a central text in Modernist poetry. Published in 1922, the 434-line poem first appeared in the United Kingdom in the October issue of The Criterion and in the United …

8292. From Doon with Death

Ruth Rendell

Dazzling psychological suspense. Razor-sharp dialogue. Plots that catch and hold like a noose. These are the hallmarks of crime legend Ruth Rendell, “the best mystery writer in the English-speaking world” (Time magazine). From Doon with Death, now in a striking new paperback …

8293. The Dead Fathers Club

Matt Haig

The Dead Fathers Club is a 2006 novel by Matt Haig. The book was published in the United Kingdom by Vintage and in the United States by Viking. The story is a retelling of Shakespeare's Hamlet, and thus an example of intertextuality.

8296. Bartleby & Co

Petra Strien-Bourmer

Tells the story of a hunchback who is a failed writer that has no luck with women. He is a self-described "Bartleby", named after the Herman Melville character; someone who, when asked to reveal information about themselves, will respond that they "would prefer not to."

8297. Looking for Mr. Goodbar

Judith Rossner

Looking for Mr. Goodbar is a 1975 novel by Judith Rossner. Rossner based the novel on the events surrounding the brutal murder in 1973 of Roseann Quinn, a 28-year-old New York City schoolteacher.

8298. The Summer That Never Was

Peter Robinson

The Summer That Never Was is the thirteenth novel by Canadian detective fiction writer Peter Robinson in the multi award-winning Inspector Banks series of novels. The novel was first printed in 2003, but has been reprinted a number of times since. When published in the United …

8299. Sharpe's Sword

Bernard Cornwell

Sharpe's Sword is a historical novel in the Richard Sharpe series by Bernard Cornwell. It is the fourth in the series, being first published in 1983, though the story is the fourteenth in Sharpe's chronology, set in the summer campaign of 1812 including the Battle of Salamanca …

8301. Memento Mori

Muriel Spark

Memento Mori is a novel by Scottish author Muriel Spark published by Macmillan in 1959. The title translates to "Remember you must die" and is the message delivered by a series of insidious phone-calls made to the elderly Dame Lettie Colston and her acquaintances. Who is making …

8302. The Journey of Ibn Fattouma

Naguib Mahfouz

The Journey of Ibn Fattouma is an intermittently provocable fable written and published by Nobel Prize-winning author Naguib Mahfouz in 1983. It was translated from Arabic into English in 1992 by Denys Johnson-Davies and published by Doubleday.

8303. The Flounder

Günter Grass

The Flounder is a 1977 novel by the German writer Günter Grass. It is loosely based on the fairy tale The Fisherman and His Wife.

8304. Juliette

Marquis de Sade

Juliette is a novel written by the Marquis de Sade and published 1797–1801, accompanying Sade's Nouvelle Justine. While Justine, Juliette's sister, was a virtuous woman who consequently encountered nothing but despair and abuse, Juliette is an amoral nymphomaniac murderer who is …

8305. Mission of Gravity

Hal Clement

Mission of Gravity is a science fiction novel by Hal Clement. The novel was serialized in Astounding Science Fiction magazine in April–July 1953. Its first hardcover book publication was in 1954, and it was first published as a paperback book in 1958. Along with the novel …

8306. Power of Three

Diana Wynne Jones

Power of Three is a 1976 fantasy children's novel by Diana Wynne Jones. The novel, a bildungsroman for the adolescent character Gair, discusses the relationship among three different races in a manner that can be read as a parable of race relations in humans.

8308. The Madman

Kahlil Gibran

Life-affirming parables and poems by the author of The Prophet cast an ironic light on the beliefs, aspirations and vanities of humanity. Also features 3 illustrations by author.

8309. Selected Poems

William Carlos Williams

Selected Poems is a book written by William Carlos Williams.

8310. The Doubtful Guest

Edward Gorey

The Doubtful Guest is a short, illustrated book by Edward Gorey, first published by Doubleday in 1957. It is the third of Gorey's books and shares with his others a sense of the absurd, meticulous cross-hatching, and a seemingly-Edwardian setting. The book begins with the sudden …

8312. Magic Lessons

Justine Larbalestier

Magic Lessons is the second installment in Justine Larbalestier's Magic or Madness Trilogy. It was released in 2006.

8317. The Prince: A Revised Translation, Backgrounds, …

Nicolas Machiavel

The Prince is a 16th-century political treatise by the Italian diplomat and political theorist Niccolò Machiavelli. From correspondence a version appears to have been distributed in 1513, using a Latin title, De Principatibus. However, the printed version was not published until …

8318. Destiny's Road

Larry Niven

Destiny's Road is a science fiction novel by Larry Niven first published in 1998. It follows Jemmy Bloocher's exploration of Destiny's Road, a long scar of once-melted rock seared onto the planet's surface by a spaceship's fusion drive. Jemmy is descended from the original …

8319. Poseidon's Gold

Lindsey Davis

Poseidon's Gold is a crime novel by Lindsey Davis.

8321. Emily Windsnap

Liz Kessler

Emily Windsnap is a series of children's fantasy novels written by British author Liz Kessler, inaugurated by The Tail of Emily Windsnap in 2003 and continuing as of 2015. It is illustrated primarily by Sarah Gibb and published by Orion in Britain, Candlewick in America. The …

8322. The Bacta War

Michael A. Stackpole

The Bacta War is the fourth installment to the Star Wars X-wing series of novels. It is a science fiction novel written by Michael Stackpole. It is set at the beginning of the New Republic Era in the Star Wars universe and focuses on the beginning of the conflict known as the …

8324. The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes: The Complete …

Arthur Conan Doyle

The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes: The Complete Short Stories is a book edited by Leslie S. Klinger.

8325. As sure as the dawn

Francine Rivers

As Sure as the Dawn is a novel by Francine Rivers, and the third book in the Mark of the Lion Series. The novel follows the life of Atretes after winning his freedom in the arena. This novel covers the search for his believed dead son, finding him with a widowed Christian woman, …

8331. Runemarks

Joanne Harris

Runemarks is a 2007 fantasy novel by Joanne Harris. The book was published on August 2, 2007, by Doubleday Publishing and is set in a world where the Norse gods still survive as outlaws, their powers diminished, while a new and more powerful religion, the Order, tries to wipe …

8332. The Midnight Palace

Carlos Ruiz Zafón

The Midnight Palace is a 1994 novel written by Carlos Ruiz Zafón.

8333. The Spook's Battle

Joseph Delaney

The Spook's Battle, written by Joseph Delaney, is the fourth story in the The Wardstone Chronicles series. It was released in America in March 2008, and is titled Attack of the Fiend, as the fourth book in The Last Apprentice series.

8334. A Reading Diary: A Passionate Reader's Reflections …

Alberto Manguel

While traveling in Calgary, Alberto Manguel was struck by how the novel he was reading (Goethe's Elective Affinities) seemed to reflect the social chaos of the world in which he was living. An article in the daily paper would suddenly be illuminated by a passage in the novel; a …

8338. Magic Knight Rayearth 2: Omnibus Edition

Clamp (manga artists)

Magic Knight Rayearth 2: Omnibus Edition is a book written by CLAMP.

8343. Charity Girl

Georgette Heyer

Charity Girl is a Regency romance novel by Georgette Heyer, first published in 1970.

8344. How Few Remain

Harry Turtledove

How Few Remain is a 1997 alternate history novel by Harry Turtledove. It is the first part of the Southern Victory Series saga, which depicts a world in which the Confederacy won the American Civil War. The book received the Sidewise Award for Alternate History in 1997, and was …

8345. Peter Pan in Scarlet

Geraldine McGaughrean

Peter Pan in Scarlet is a novel by Geraldine McCaughrean. It is marketed as the "official sequel" to J. M. Barrie's Peter and Wendy, authorised by Great Ormond Street Hospital, to whom Barrie granted all rights to the character and original writings in 1929. McCaughrean was …

8346. The Return of the Shadow

J. R. R. Tolkien

The Return of the Shadow is a book written by J. R. R. Tolkien.

8347. Poor Things

Alasdair Gray

Poor Things is a novel by Scottish writer Alasdair Gray, published in 1992. It won the Whitbread Novel Award in 1992 and the Guardian Fiction Prize for 1992. The novel was called "a magnificently brisk, funny, dirty, brainy book" by the London Review of Books and is a departure …

8348. War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning

Chris Hedges

War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning is a 2002 non-fiction book by journalist Chris Hedges. In the book, Hedges draws on classical literature and his experiences as a war correspondent to argue that war seduces entire societies, creating fictions that the public believes and …

8349. The Betrayal of Bindy Mackenzie

Jaclyn Moriarty

PERFECT. adj. 1. being entirely without fault or defect: flawless. 2. Bindy Mackenzie, student at Ashbury High. 3. Jaci Moriarty's murderously funny follow-up to THE YEAR OF SECRET ASSIGNMENTS.Bindy Mackenzie is the smartest girl at Ashbury High. She memorizes class outlines to …

8351. Fantasy in Death

Nora Roberts

Fantasy in Death is a book written by J.D. Robb

8352. Strange Affair

Peter Robinson

Strange Affair is the fifteenth novel by Canadian detective fiction writer Peter Robinson in the multi award-winning Inspector Banks series of novels. The novel was first printed in 2005, but has been reprinted a number of times since.

8353. How to Stop Worrying and Start Living

Dale Carnegie

The book 'How to stop worrying & start living' suggest many ways to conquer worry and lead a wonderful life. The book mentions fundamental facts to know about worry and magic formula for solving worry-some situations.Psychologists & Doctors' view:• Worry can make even …

8354. Land of the Living

Nicci French

Land of the Living is a psychological thriller novel by Nicci French, the pseudonym for a husband-and-wife team of English suspense writers, Nicci Gerrard and Sean French.

8356. Auntie Mame

Patrick Dennis

Auntie Mame is a 1955 novel by Patrick Dennis chronicling the madcap adventures of a boy, Patrick, growing up as the ward of the sister of his dead father. The book is inspired by Dennis' real life eccentric aunt, Marion Tanner, whose life and outlook mirrored those of Mame. The …

8357. Variable Star

Robert A. Heinlein

Variable Star is a 2006 novel written by Spider Robinson based on the surviving seven pages of an eight-page 1955 novel outline by the late Robert A. Heinlein. The book is set in a divergent offshoot of Heinlein's Future History and contains many references to works by Heinlein …

8359. Belles on Their Toes

Frank B. Gilbreth

Belles on Their Toes is a 1950 book written by Frank Bunker Gilbreth, Jr. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey. This book was the follow-up to the 1948 book Cheaper by the Dozen which covered the period before Frank Gilbreth Sr died. The title is an allusion to the nursery rhyme Ride a …

8362. Phule's Paradise

Robert Asprin

Phule's Paradise is the second novel of the comic military science fiction Phule's Company series by Robert Asprin. The book, first published by Ace Books in February 1992, follows Willard J. Phule and his misfit company as they defend a casino on a space station against the …

8363. Picnic at Hanging Rock

Joan Lindsay

Picnic at Hanging Rock is a 1967 historical novel by Joan Lindsay. The plot focuses on a group of female students at an Australian women's college in 1900 who inexplicably vanish at the site of an enormous rock formation while on a Valentine's Day picnic, and also explores the …

8367. Where the Mountain Meets the Moon

Grace Lin

In the valley of Fruitless mountain, a young girl named Minli lives in a ramshackle hut with her parents. In the evenings, her father regales her with old folktales of the Jade Dragon and the Old Man on the Moon, who knows the answers to all of life's questions. Inspired by …

8368. Private Peaceful

Michael Morpurgo

Private Peaceful is a novel for older children by Michael Morpurgo, first published in 2003. Although this novel is for older children, it is also regarded as a great book for young adults, it is full of 'sexy' content and has a lot of arousing moments throughout. It is about a …

8369. The Story Girl

Lucy Maud Montgomery

The Story Girl is a 1911 novel by Canadian author L. M. Montgomery. It narrates the adventures of a group of young cousins and their friends who live in a rural community on Prince Edward Island, Canada. The book is narrated by Beverley, who together with his brother Felix, has …

8375. The Darling

Russell Banks

The Darling is a historical novel written by Russell Banks, and published on October 12, 2004 by HarperCollins.

8376. Technopoly

Neil Postman

Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to Technology is a book by Neil Postman published in 1992 that describes the development and characteristics of a "technopoly". He defines a technopoly as a society in which technology is deified, meaning “the culture seeks its authorisation …

8377. Hunting Party

Elizabeth Moon

Hunting Party is a science fiction novel by Elizabeth Moon. It is the first novel set in her Familias Regnant fictional universe, and the first novel in the informal Heris Serrano trilogy. It is followed by Sporting Chance and Winning Colors.

8381. A Pair of Blue Eyes

Thomas Hardy

When Elfrise Swanston meets Stephen Smith she is attracted to his handsome face, gentle bearing and the sense of mystery which surrounds him. Although distressed to find that the mystery consists only in the humbleness of his origins, she remains true to their youthful vows. But …

8382. The Eyes of Darkness

Dean Koontz

The Eyes of Darkness is a best-selling novel written by Dean Koontz, released in 1981. The book focuses on a mother who sets out on a quest to find out if her son truly did die one year ago, or if he is still alive — somewhere.

8385. Treasure Box

Orson Scott Card

Treasure Box is the second horror novel by Orson Scott Card. It takes place in modern day America.

8386. The Jupiter Myth

Lindsey Davis

The Jupiter Myth is a crime novel by Lindsey Davis.

8387. Harry, A History

Melissa Anelli

A new enhanced e-book edition, featuring an extended transcript from Melissa Anelli's exclusive interview with J. K. Rowling and a new, updated chapter! Melissa Anelli wears a ring that was a gift to her from J.K. Rowling, given as a measure of appreciation for the work she does …

8388. Fires on the Plain

Ivan Morris

"Written with precise skill and beautifully controlled power. The translation by Ivan Morris is outstanding." —The New York Times**Winner of the 1952 Yomiuri Prize**This haunting novel explores the complete degradation and isolation of a man by war. Fires on the Plain is set on …

8389. Polaris

Jack McDevitt

Polaris is a Nebula Award-nominated science fiction mystery novel by Jack McDevitt. It is the second book of his Alex Benedict series. Antiquities dealer Alex Benedict and his employee, Chase Kolpath, become involved in a mystery involving the disappearance of the passengers and …

8390. Flashman's Lady

George MacDonald Fraser

Flashman's Lady is a 1977 novel by George MacDonald Fraser. It is the sixth of the Flashman novels.

8391. Chanur's Homecoming

Carolyn J. (Carolyn Janice) Cherryh

Chanur's Homecoming is a book published in 1986 that was written by C. J. Cherryh.

8392. Into the Land of the Unicorns

Bruce Coville

Into the Land of the Unicorns is a children's fiction book that is part of The Unicorn Chronicles series by Bruce Coville. The series follows a girl named Cara, whose grandmother gives her an amulet that allows her to pass through into Luster, the land of the unicorns. While …

8395. Honour Among Thieves

Jeffrey Archer

Honour Among Thieves is a novel by English author Jeffrey Archer. The book takes place in 1993 with Saddam Hussein planning to retaliate against the United States after the events of the Gulf War. When the United States defeats Iraq in the 1991 Gulf War, Saddam Hussein plans to …

8397. The British Museum Is Falling Down

David Lodge

The Rhythm Method is the curse of young Adam Appleby's life and the cause of his children's. While Adam gestates his thesis in the British Museum, his wife worries at home because her period is late and a fourth little bundle of (expensive) joy seems to be on the way, thanks to …

8400. The Magic of Krynn

Margaret Weis

The Magic of Krynn is a NY Times bestseller fantasy novel released in April 1987. It is a collection of short stories written about the various characters set in the Dragonlance campaign series. This novel is the first of a trilogy of the Tales series.



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