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Some of our eBook are  :- 

  1. The War Of The Worlds :-

    What is at first believed to be falling stars or harmless meteorites turns out to be cylindrical Martian ships filled with nightmarish, tentacled invaders and their robotic war machines. When curious Englanders come to inspect the massive containers imbedded in the still-smoking countryside, metallic appendages emerge tom the pits to kill every living thing in their path with strange heat rays. On October 30, 1938, Orson Welles terrified American radio listeners by describing a Martian invasion of Earth in a broadcast that became legendary. Forty years earlier, H. G. Wells had first penned the story: The War of the Worlds, a science-fiction classic that endures in our collective subconscious. Deeply concerned with the welfare of contemporary society, Wells predicted the technological savagery of twentieth century warfare. Playing expertly on worldwide security fears, The War of the Worlds grips readers with its conviction that invasion can happen anytime, anywhere-even in our own backyard.CoverImage_Portrait1200 (2)

  2. The Time Machine :-

    Critics have proclaimed Wells as -the father of modern science fiction. Upon its publication, The Time Machine was hailed as a masterpiece. The novels appeal lies in its attempt to fathom what would become of the human race in the distant future. The novel tells the story of ‘the Time Traveller’ an unnamed Victorian scientist who travels into the future, to the year 802701. There he meets two new races of people: the playful child-like Eloi, who spend there days in leisure and the Morlocks, a subterranean group that are the actual produces of resources and the superior species that prey on the Eloi. The future he sees has frozen in the same stage of evolution and has no desire to grow or change.

  3. The Rainbow :-

    David Herbert Richards Lawrence was born in Eastwood, Nottinghamshire in 1885. His father was a miner and his mother a teacher. His output was both prolific and diverse including novels, plays, short stories, essays, poems, travel books, paintings, translations and literary criticism. Lawrence had unconventional opinions, especially about sexuality, and at the time of his death he was thought of mainly as a pornographer who had frittered away his considerable talents. But E.M. Forster, in an obituary notice, described him as “the greatest imaginative novelist of our generation.” Later critics concurred, and Lawrence is now remembered as an important modernist intellectual.
    The Rainbow, one of D. H. Lawrence’s greatest literary triumphs, chronicles the lives of three generations of the Brangwen family of Nottinghamshire from the 1840s to the early years of the twentieth century. The book was condemned and suppressed on its first publication in 1915 for its sensuous immediacy and the frankness with which it explores emotional and sexual life.Rainbow_CoverImage_P

  4. The Invisible Man :-

    A gripping and entertaining tale of terror and suspense as well as a potent Faustian allegory of hubris and science run amok – The Invisible Man endures as one of the signature stories in the literature of science fiction. A brilliant scientist uncovers the secret to invisibility, but his grandiose dreams and the power he unleashes cause him to spiral into intrigue, madness, and murder. Immensely popular during his lifetime, H. G. Wells, along with Jules Verne, is credited with inventing science fiction. He grounds his fantastical imagination in scientific fact and conjecture while lacing his narrative with vibrant action, not merely to tell a “ripping yarn,” but to offer a biting critique on the world around him.
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  5. Wuthering Heights :-

    The wild and mysterious moors of Yorkshire are the setting for a passionate connection between childhood friends Catherine and Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights. Though they grow up and many other people, theirs is a fierce love that cannot be tamed by the laws of society or cooled by the passage of time. Emily BrontE’s gothic tale explores the irresistible and dangerous nature of a love that knows no limits as it consumes the two people at its core. Based partly on the Gothic tradition of the late eighteenth century. Wuthering Heights, an unpolished and devastating epic of childhood playmates who grow into soul mates, is widely regarded as the most original tale of thwarted desire and heartbreak in the English language. It is one of literature’s most disturbing explorations into the dark side of romantic passion. Wuthering Heights is Emily Bronte’s only novel. It was first published in 1847 under the pseudonym Ellis Bell, and a posthumous second edition was edited byher sister Charlotte.WutheringHeights_CoverImage_P

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