Spaceship is directing to Mars with a man on board. A knife, 100 credits and no possibility to return back to Earth – that is all what he has. Gambler, cop, fighter, reporter and all these with prefix «ex» - that is Bruce Gordon. With him you will face a lot of blood and violence… but that is not the main theme of the book. Have you ever dreamed about terraforming of Mars? Now you have this chance with science fiction novel! Real man, captivating, fast-changing plot… all that will not let you put the book down till you read it to the end!
The book follows the subject of investigation of the flying saucer phenomenon. The author, a journalist and former Marine pilot Donald Edward Keyhoe, is sure of their existence and their unearth origin. This was one of the first works published about the UFO phenomena, describing real case studies and highly reliable witnesses. Though these cases are still unexplained.
Bella Swan is an ordinary girl, cute and sociable. As she had to move to Forks- small, always rainy town in Washington, Bella thought she would die of boredom… thought that till she met Edward Cullen. She liked him from the first sight – there was something mysterious about this handsome guy. And she was right feeling that – Bella met a real vampire, and now her life changed once and forever, there would be no place in it for boredom and trivial things anymore. Edward could keep his secret in his small city, but with Bella’s coming everything changed, danger hanged above everyoneó and especially Bella, the girl Edward fell in love with.
Have you fallen in love with characters of Stephanie Meyer’s first book of the-Twilight-Saga? Have you been waiting for the moment to meet them again, eager to find out what will happen next? Time has come, lucky you are, Bella and Edward are with you now. Are you ready for the new dose of romance, adventures and mystery? Here you are…
Do you know how it is – to be in love with vampire? Bella now does. Edward is the most important thing in life for her, but she never realized that these relations could be that dangerous. He has already saved her from the cruel vampire, but now they see and realize that their love put in danger everything that is dear to them. What will they do?..
Melanie Stryder refuses to fade away. Wanderer, the invading "soul" who has been given Melanie's body, knew about the challenges of living inside a human: the overwhelming emotions, the too bright memories. But Wanderer didn't expect that the former tenant of her body refusing to relinquish possession of her mind. Melanie fills Wanderer's thoughts with visions of the man Melanie loves--Jared, a human who still lives in hiding. Unable to separate herself from her body's desires, Wanderer yearns for a man she's never met. As outside forces make Wanderer and Melanie unwilling allies, they set off to search for the man they both love.--From publisher description.
A chemical foodstuff was invented, that provides sudden acceleration of a child’s height. Thus, soon a new race of giants appear on Earth.
A novel written by H. G. Wells, an English author of the late 19th – early 20th century, was first published in 1904. One of the best Wells’ utopias, it tells of the power of intellect and power of crowd, irrepressible and stupid. The scientist, creating a wonderful substance for the good of the humanity, got just the opposite – fear, hostility and hatred.
In 1963 Randall Garrett (by the way, "Darrell T. Langart" is a pseudodonym and anagram) wrote his novel "Anything You Can Do ...". In this book he weaves three exciting storylines: the tale of an alien named Nipe who has great technological knowledge and near-perfect memory but whose behavior is superstitious and highly ritualistic, and who has crash-landed on Earth; a government project designed to create a superman; and the relationship between a pair of twins - who might have the key to everything! Mixing these storylines is the main thing in this novel that attracts greatly. By shifting from one subplot to another, Garrett succeeds in throwing the reader a bit off-balance. He often does something unexpected. The action sequences are well handled, and the dialogue is concise and smart. The novel moves like a well-edited movie, and reading it is a great pleasure.
Botchan is a remarkable novel written by Natsume Sōseki in 1906. Since then it has been very popular in Japan and in other countries read mainly by children. The story rises the questions of morality so with the help of it children start to understand the world and their role in it. The author Natsume Soseki worked for some time as a teacher and his experience became the basis of the story. As know, he was born in Tokyo but then had to move to Matsuyama which was pretty difficult for him. Natsume describes his feelings and his expectations. It is also quite interesting that the author omits the pronouns in the first nine paragraphs. The main character's name is Botchan. Like the author himself, he was born in Tokyo, graduated from Tokyo Academy of Physics and becomes a teacher. He is of high morality and high values. Other characters are Yamaarashi, Akashatsu, Nodaiko, Uranari who also have chosen teaching as their mission in life.
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