Category Archives: Historical Fiction

Book Review and Summary: The Patriot Threat by Steve Berry

The Patriot Threat (Cotton Malone): Rush for Country Steve Berry has been remarkably a more elegant writer than most of his competitors. His writings contain information as well as thrilling for new age people. Some questions raised in his writings genuinely show that how he is devoted to his work. The tenth series of Cotton Malone is a… Read More »

Book Review: Diamond Head by Cecily Wong

Diamond Head: Family Destruction Diamond Head is English literature with the flavor of Chinese lifestyle. Cecily Wong has written this book by mixing many elements. The book is a story of ups and downs of life. The background of the story based upon the first appearance of Ancient Chinese families. When the presence of a gilded family becomes vulnerable,… Read More »

Book Review: All the Light We Cannot See PDF by Anthony Doerr

A Ravishing and Mind-blowing Novel: “All the Light We Cannot See.” The artistic name of the novel expresses the depth of thought on what the book is curved. It is an engaging novel that contains the story of pain, love, and courage in its chest. This excellent book written by the great American author Anthony Doerr published on May… Read More »

Review and Summary: Slaughterhouse-Five Book by Kurt Vonnegut Watch Official Trailer

Slaughterhouse-five: Smashing the Enemy Slaughterhouse-five is one of the most discussed classics of the literary society. Kurt Vonnegut has created such a masterpiece; this has been an exemplary book for any writer or reader. There is no chance of arguing about the quality of the writing. The author mixed science fiction and war matters in this book. In… Read More »

Book Review: The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver

The Poisonwood Bible: Root of Darkness Barbara Kingsolver has already established herself as a dominating contemporary writer. The Poisonwood Bible is her latest addition to the literate society; this is high-class writing which contains a lot of emotions, dramas, and fights. The sufferings of African sides and ruling the world under oppression by giants seen in this book.… Read More »

“World Without End” PDF Book Review

World Without End by Ken Follett: The Battle Continues Ken Follett has finally released the sequel of The Pillars of the Earth. The book which has been enchanting readers with its great story. World Without End released after 20 years of its first version. History is where people can find a picture of 1300 century. Incidents take place… Read More »

Book Review: All the Light We Cannot See Review: A Novel By Anthony Doerr

Light as a tune and metaphor- reviewing All the Light We Cannot See The cover page of the Scribner Publication version of All the Light We Cannot See presents a curious mixture of navy blue, azure, and sky blue color mixed with a grayish tinge which fades into the distant horizon. As far as the ‘light’ of our… Read More »

Everything I Never Told You: Book Review and Summary

A historical mystery packed with crime: Everything I never told you by Celeste NG If anything remains to say in the form of a debut novel, then Celeste NG has completed this Herculean task most perfectly. In delineating aspects which are profoundly psychological projection soft eh adult mind on the children. Everything I never told you deals with… Read More »

Book Review: The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle by Edward Irving Wortis

The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle: The Fact Behind A Murder Edward Irving Wortis, also known as Avi has become a promising name in the history of the literature. His books are always of great interest to people of every age. The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle is one of his great masterpieces. The book contains the psychological… Read More »

The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult: Review and Summary

Jodi Picoult Books: The storyteller – A tale of forgiveness “The Storyteller” is written by Jodi Picoult. It asks questions about grief, guilt and most importantly forgiveness. It is a combination of 3 stories that interlinked weirdly. It answers one of the big questions of life “forgiveness”. But, as with very Jodi Picoult novel, things are a little… Read More »

Summary and Review: The Witch of Blackbird Pond by Elizabeth George Speare

A Conspiracy against Kit Tyler: The Witch of Blackbird Pond Elizabeth George Speare was a great American writer. Among the female writers of the previous century, she had dominated for a long time. The Witch of Blackbird Pond is one of her best works; this is about the life of an orphan girl and a witch. The friendship between… Read More »

Book Review: Sarah Waters The Paying Guests

The Dangerous liaison and illicit love story – The Paying Guests by Sarah Waters If you have been in love with the much-acclaimed movie Crush, or if you have been a dedicated reader of D.H. Lawrence novels, especially Lady Chatterley’s Lover. Then you will know the terrible and dangerous aftermath of an illicit and explicit sexual relationship between… Read More »