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Whistleblower
Price: Free! Words: 125,740. Language: English. Published: December 21, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General, Fiction » Classics
(5.00 from 1 review)
Huge amounts of international aid money are being stolen by those at the heart of the political establishment. Ex politician, Jim Smith, threatened and harassed into fleeing abroad for accusations of fraud secretly returns to renew his campaign. An epic thriller covering events in the USA, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia about a stubborn man refusing to fit into any stereotype.
Électrons livres
Price: Free! Words: 21,850. Language: French. Published: May 5, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Classics, Fiction » Literature » Literary
(5.00 from 1 review)
Une œuvre composite d’auteurs auto-publiés. Vous y huit nouvelles ou extraits de livres dans différents genres.
Sock Full Of Pennies
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 88,770. Language: English. Published: May 16, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Anthologies » General, Fiction » Classics
(5.00 from 1 review)
Rusty Sledge is the smallest and the brightest kid in his class. For this, the other kids beat him up and bully him to the brink of suicide. He makes a sock full of pennies and levels the playing field, and his overgrown nemesis, Barry Buckley. Then he turns his weapon into a world-wide coal mining entity that he uses to go after corporate bullies and crush a ruthless coal cartel.A gripping story.
Gulliver's Travel to Indiput, The Land of Jantoos (Gulliver's Fifth Travel)
You set the price! Words: 32,380. Language: English (Indian dialect). Published: April 19, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Classics, Fiction » Humor & comedy » Satire
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
The narrator of story Gulliver Singh, the Indian version of Gulliver, is lost in the jungle and is saved by Gulliver and both of them travel through a very strange land of Jantoos Called Indiput. Where they meet strange creatures, having Topsy-Turvy values and words and having very strange meanings. Gulliver and Gulliver Singh are two character's but in reality both of them are only one character.
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Price: Free! Words: 106,440. Language: English. Published: June 21, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Classics, Fiction » Mystery & detective » Traditional British
(3.00 from 1 review)
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s collection of stories featuring the world’s greatest consulting detective has now been re-written, with all the characters regendered. Now follow Miss Sherlock Holmes as she uses her unparalleled powers of deduction to solve her most challenging mysteries.
The Dateless Diary of An Unknown Person
Price: Free! Words: 67,390. Language: English (Indian dialect). Published: June 8, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary, Fiction » Classics
(4.83 from 6 reviews)
A law graduate, disowned and turned out by his father, while living in a Kafkaesque world of Franz Kafka, struggles against absurdity and worthlessness of life and comes across a dateless diary of an unknown person and comes to know about the quest of that unknown author of the diary for the peacock tribe people and their mysterious peacock tantra (rituals). A novel writen on many levels.
Huckleberry Finn
Series: Easy English Books. Price: Free! Words: 110,640. Language: American English. Published: August 6, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Classics, Fiction » Historical » USA
(4.93 from 15 reviews)
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was first printed in 1884, eight years after Mark Twain wrote The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. It starts up where the other story finished, and the two books together are believed to be the best that Mark Twain ever wrote. Huck travels down the Mississippi on a raft, facing many dangers on the way, and learning about life and what it means to be a friend.
A Tale of Two Cities
Series: Easy English Books. Price: Free! Words: 140,230. Language: Australian English. Published: May 24, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Classics, Fiction » Historical » United Kingdom
(4.88 from 16 reviews)
"A Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens, is part of a special reading program devised by journalist Dave McKay. The program paraphrases classic novels, primarily targeting people who are learning English as a second language. It enables older students to read classic novels despite having a very limited reading vocabulary. 1700 different English words are used in "A Tale of Two Cities".

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