Have you ever read a book that you simply could not put down? The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks is one of these rare books. Who would have thought that a book based on a life of a very poor black woman living in Baltimore in the 1940's and 1950's would become the basis of a fasci...
This is a novel based on a true story. It as written by Jean Sasson. Its page count is 304. This is a biography of a Saudi women who is unable to express herself to world and that is why she takes help of a writer friend to demonstrate her story. the popularity of novel can be estimat...
Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Nobel Laureate, 1918-2008. The publication of his books assisted in the eventual downfall of Stalin's Russia. The horrors of the labour camps, the NKGB (The Secret State Police), and the enslavement of Eastern Europe, were exposed.
john Masters autobiographical novel is a gem about Indians and worth reading for a man or woman who wishes to know about the Raj
Rajiv Gandhi was the son of Indira Gandhi and Prime Minister of India in the eighties. His life is worth reading about.
Opal Whiteley, born in a lumber camp in Washington state perpetrates a literary hoax that shocked the world and changed the lives of her parents and siblings forever.
Shoib Akhtar is rated one of the fastest bowlers in world cricket and his biography makes interesting reading
A book review of Head by Gerry Anderson, about his life and exploits in an Irish Showband in the 1960's.
A detailed biography of Pop legend Paul McCartney, from his early life as a Liverpool Schoolboy, to his world conquering time with The Beatles, and his succesful solo career.
Life as an Irish Country Doctor is explored in this volume of life.
A harrowing, but ultimately look at life in an instituition in Ireland during the 1940's and 1950's.
One of the 20th century's great authors. His memoir describing early days in Paris gives a feeling what was to come.
As a child, I grew on the popular television series that was based on American Writer, Laura Ingalls Wilder, "Little House on the Prairie."
From writer to water-color artist, Beatrix Potter remains one of the most important children's author ever.
A review about the book, 3096 days by Natascha Kampusch.