Top 100 books by BBC

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    One Hundred Years Of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez – ebook

    One Hundred Years of Solitude recounts to the account of the ascent and fall, birth and passing of the legendary town of Macondo through the historical backdrop of the Buendía family. Creative, entertaining, attractive, tragic, and buzzing with exceptional people – overflowing with truth, sympathy, and a melodious enchantment that strikes the spirit – this novel is a gem in the craft of fiction. you can download this ebook by following button:

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    The Story Of Tracy Beaker by Jacqueline Wilson

    Tracy Beaker’s not actually beyond any doubt what her mom does, in light of the fact that Tracy has been in child care for whatever length of time that she can recollect. She has an image of her mom, who’s really enough to be in films, so perhaps she is. Furthermore, perhaps one day Tracy’s mom will appear and recover her departed little girl, and together they’ll have astounding experiences. On the other hand, perhaps she won’t. Meanwhile, Tracy’s doing all that she can to deal with herself–despite the fact that she needs to share her birthday cake with senseless Petey Ingham in light of the fact that they have…

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    Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

    It’s been a long time since Lewis Carroll presented Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, the story which has turned into a most loved of youngsters and grown-ups the world over. Presently, in a fancy hardcover release from Puffin, Alice’s story becomes animated for an entirely different age of perusers through the beautiful, unusual craftsmanship of Anna Bond, best known as the innovative executive and creative motivation behind the overall stationery and blessing brand Rifle Paper Co. Lose yourself in Alice’s story as she tumbles down the bunny opening, swims through her very own pool of tears, and winds up in a somewhat inquisitive spot called Wonderland. There, she’ll experience the rushed…

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    The Grapes Of Wrath by John Steinbeck

    First distributed in 1939, Steinbeck’s Pulitzer Prize-winning epic of the Great Depression accounts the Dust Bowl movement of the 1930s and recounts to the tale of one Oklahoma ranch family, the Joads—driven from their estate and compelled to head out west to the guaranteed place where there is California. Out of their preliminaries and their rehashed crashes against the hard substances of an America separated into Haves and Have-Nots advances a dramatization that is strongly human yet great in its scale and good vision, basic yet direct, lamentable at the end of the day blending in its human respect. A picture of the contention between the ground-breaking and the weak,…

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    A Prayer For Owen Meany by John Irving

    I am destined to recollect a kid with a destroyed voice—not as a result of his voice, or in light of the fact that he was the littlest individual I at any point knew, or even in light of the fact that he was the instrument of my mom’s passing, but since he is the reason I trust in God; I am a Christian due to Owen Meany. In the late spring of 1953, two eleven-year-old young men—closest companions—are playing in a Little League ball game in Gravesend, New Hampshire. One of the young men hits a foul ball that executes the other kid’s mom. The kid who hits the…

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    Middlemarch by George Eliot

    George Eliot’s cherished exemplary novel—hailed by Virginia Woolf as “amazing”— pursues the life, adores, flaws, and governmental issues of the inhabitants of an anecdotal English town set in the midst of the social turmoil amid the Industrial Revolution. A rambling work set in a common English town, Middlemarch brags a huge cast characters whose accounts join against a background of political change. Rather than wedding an affluent landowner and make due with an agreeable life, Dorothea Brooke chooses to wed Edward Casaubon—a dull researcher who is her senior by a couple of decades. Dorothea trusts the association will bear the cost of her with the chance to partake in her…

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    Tess Of The D’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy

    A sad depiction of a lady looked by an incomprehensible decision in the quest for joy At the point when Tess Durbeyfield is driven by family destitution to guarantee connection with the affluent D’Urbervilles and look for a segment of their family fortune, meeting her ‘cousin’ Alec demonstrates to be her ruin. An altogether different man, Angel Clare, appears to offer her affection and salvation, yet Tess must pick whether to uncover her past or stay quiet in the desire for a serene future. With its delicate delineation of the wronged Tess and ground-breaking analysis of social show, Tess of the D’Urbervilles, subtitled “A Pure Woman,” is a standout amongst…

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    The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien ebook

    An incredible present day exemplary and the prelude to The Lord of the Rings. Bilbo Baggins is a hobbit who appreciates an agreeable, unambitious life, infrequently voyaging any more remote than his wash room or basement. In any case, his happiness is exasperates when the wizard Gandalf and an organization of dwarves land on his doorstep one day to whisk him away on an experience. They have propelled a plot to assault the fortune crowd protected by Smaug the Magnificent, a huge and extremely hazardous winged serpent. Bilbo reluctantly joins their mission, uninformed that on his voyage to the Lonely Mountain he will experience both an enchantment ring and a…

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    Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell ebook

    Since its unique distribution in 1936, Gone With the Wind—victor of the Pulitzer Prize and one of the top of the line books ever—has been proclaimed by perusers wherever as The Great American Novel. Named as a standout amongst America’s best-adored books by PBS’s The Great American Read. Broadly thought about The Great American Novel, and frequently associated with its epic film adaptation, Gone With the Wind investigates the profundity of human interests with a force as striking as its setting in the red slopes of Georgia. An eminent bit of narrating, it strikingly portrays the dramatization of the Civil War and Reconstruction. This is the story of Scarlett O’Hara,…

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    War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy ebook

    At a sparkling society party in St. Petersburg in 1805, discussions are overwhelmed by the possibility of war. Dread quickly immerses the nation as Napoleon’s military walks on Russia, and the lives of three youngsters are changed for eternity. The narratives of impractical Pierre, pessimistic Andrey, and careless Natasha entwine with a tremendous cast, from privileged people and laborers, to fighters and Napoleon himself. In War and Peace, Tolstoy weaves terrific topics—strife and love, birth and passing, unrestrained choice and destiny—with life-changing scenes of nineteenth-century Russia, to make a heavenly epic of human life in the entirety of its defect and loftiness. For over seventy years, Penguin has been the…