39 Engrossing Book Will Not Leave Your Hand

When it comes to books that are read at a session, there are usually short ones that come to mind, but there are some that you can finish with your hand even if it is not short at all.

There are also really short books on the list, of course. Because these books deserve to be included in such lists on the day they are published.

  1. Dan Brown – Digital Fortress

The National Security Agency produces a special computer that will change the fate of the world and recognize all the scrambled texts in the digital environment. However, one can not solve the mysterious code that this particular computer encountered in one day. And the cryptologist, intelligent and beautiful Susan Fletcher is called the relative. The young woman confronts a terrible truth. The National Security Service, the most powerful news organization in the United States, is not hostile to guns or bombs, but to an insoluble code.

Secrets and lies caught in the storm Fletcher believes that the battles will rescue the recovery. The beautiful woman who is betrayed on four sides tries not only to save her country but also to save her own life and her love …

400 pages

  1. John Steinbeck – Mice and People

The works of John Steinbeck, who won the Pulitzer Prize and the Nobel Prize for Literature, masterfully portrayed our social and human affairs are among the masterpieces of modern world literature. While Steinbeck presents a lean and sharp reality in his novels, he still faces a striking story every time he reads. While showing the drama of a section of history without missing human details, it expresses the Turkish word “a realistic hope that is not dusty.” For this reason, his works have never lost their timeliness to their literary values.

Mice and Humans describe the story of two seasonal agricultural workers in contrasting characters, intelligent George Milton and his powerful but mysterious companion Lennie Small. The sense of friendship and solidarity plays an important role in the story of these two who dream of living a humane life by purchasing a small land. Steinbeck does not just describe the relationship of human beings to human beings but also relates to the relationships that humans establish with nature and society in this epic novel. Like the book of Robert Burns, which inspires the name of the book; “The best plans are for your rats and people / It often goes wrong …”

128 pages

J. K. Rowling – Harry Potter Series

The series, which is still popular among many of the book’s older and younger readers, comes at the forefront of books that will not easily fall from the ground when reading begins.

While Harry Potter thinks he is an ordinary child, his life changes with the letters he brings to an owl: Hogwarts was accepted into the School of Witchcraft and Wizardry if he did not apply. Here, they take interesting lessons, run with adventurers adventurous with two friends. Thanks to what they learn from life, they become a talented wizard at a young age.

The story starts later!

J.K. Rowling’s rich imagination transformed into a brilliant writer, an ordinary mother who lived alone with her baby, who sold more than 90 million books worldwide and translated into more than 40 languages.

Average 400 Pages

  1. Khaled Hosseini – Kite Hunter

Emir and Hasan are the two children who grew up together in Kabul in the last years of the monarchy. Despite growing up in the same house and sharing the same sanny, Emir has a gap between the worlds of Hasan: Emir is a famous and rich businessman, Hasan is the son of his servant. Moreover, Hasan is an ethnic minority, a member of Hazaralan, who is not very popular there.

The lives and fates of children crossing each other reflect the tragedy of the world around them. During the Soviet occupation, Emir and his father leave the country and go to California. Orders think that so many of the past. Despite everything, Hasan’s remembrance, which he left behind, cannot be broken.

Kite Hunter is a novel about friendship, betrayal, and loyalty. Babies and sons, influences, love, sacrifices, and lies to their sons … Reflecting the background of a history that has not been told in any romance before, Kite Hunter gradually reveals the destruction of lands with rich culture and beauty.

An extraordinary friendship described in Kite Hunter. The story of how much a person can love the other …

375 Pages


  1. Amin Maalouf – Samarkand

“Rubaiyat in the Titanic! The flower of the East is in the flowering of the West!” Oh Haeam, I could see the beautiful moment we were living in! ” Amin Maalouf is looking to East, Iran this time after “African Leo” (YKY, 1993). Two stories that revolve around Omar Hayyam’s Rubaiyat … An adventure that started in 1072 in Samarkand of Hayyam and was in Atlanta in 1912 … The writing of a manuscript and the centuries after the story of his and his reading of the history of Iran while reading …

256 Pages



  1. Adam Fawer – Improbable

You will not expect to finish tomorrow to finish, to tell someone else.

One morning, you wake up thinking of a friend you have not seen for years. An hour later, we met him on the street. Do you think this is just a coincidence, or does it mean something different?

You have never won a grand prize in Loto. But some win. All the time! Are they luckier than you?

What is the chance really? You have a feeling that you should put all the money in red. Is this feeling a foresight? Or more?

You are going on the road. You turned your head and looked at the small park next door and you felt like you had lived this moment before. Yes, Deja Vu. Deja Vu is what you are; Do you see the past, the dream or the future?

If you are wondering who you are in control, ‘Unlikely’ is a novel for you …

475 Pages

  1. Ahmet Ümit – Beyoğlu Rhapsodies

That’s the story of three friends. He grew up in Beyoğlu, living in Beyoğlu, three separate persons, three different identities, three different people. Deaths that begin with the curiosity of immortality. Behind every murder is a mysterious reason … And step by step throughout the investigation, building, street Beyoğlu. She is polyphonic, very colorful, multilingual, multicultural Beyoğlu. Today’s Babylon Tower … This is the place that best describes man’s selfishness, ruthlessness, anger, helplessness … A breathtaking thriller, a unique final … This magnificent street, kings, prostitutes, mosque a fugitive, a fugitive, a rabbi, a banker, a trafficker, a student, a teacher, a tinercisi, a translator, a decorator, a homeless mussel dealer, a cannibalist, The houses, halls, baths, banks, apparel stores, bookstores, breweries, breweries, winery, cafes, cultural houses, appointments, houses, houses, movies, theaters, galleries, I know what time it is already running when it’s full Of its centuries-old stubborn buildings, narrow streets, blind impasse, Grande Rue de Pera, Street-i Kebir, Istiklal Caddesi or Beyoğlu were named as if they were called every day, it was like the greatest theatrical scene of the earth ever changing. ”

408 Pages

  1. Antoine de Saint-Exupery – The Little Prince

Since Antoine de Saint-Exupéry published Little Prince in a hotel room in New York, millions of people have been conquering their hearts since the day it was released. We understand that the Little Prince is alive, he is saddened by their sorrow, we deserve what they say. The Little Prince, who also travels to Earth during his journey, decides to move away because he does not quite understand the planet’s flower, and meets a pilot in the Sahara Desert. Here is what this pilot will tell us. Who is the Prince asking constant questions, why did he disagree with the flower, who on the other planets did he go to, and what did he learn? As we listen to this story, we see that the Little Prince lives and learns from our lives again, and we see ‘how much we grow up’ in meaning life. As the Little Prince says, “We have to explain everything to the grandmothers.”

112 Pages

  1. Jean-Christophe Grange – Red Rivers

We are Saints, We are Slaves. We Are Everywhere, And Nowhere. We are the Decision-makers. We are the Red Rivers. If you do not trust your heart or eat it in January, do not start reading this book. Grange’s unlimited imagination, ever-increasing tension, impressive characters, horrific murders; all of them will rule you from the first lines … “Red Rivers” has only 450 000 sales in France and 20 languages. It’s a breath-taking tempo. It’s a story that immediately surrounds people. Very realistic violence scenes. One of the unfamiliar people around you: one energetic, experienced police officer, a rogue rookie coming from the other streets … “One of those books that shook, turned upside down, swallowed people from the first pages of the book … I will keep you around the limits of tension, a perfect thriller that will give you the feeling of walking on a stranded intellect. ” Le Monde “is a series of murders under the influence of James Ellroy and Thomas Harris.”

Le Nouvel Observateur

405 Pages

  1. Zülfü Livaneli – My Brother’s Story

A breathtaking novel from Livaneli after the Serenade storm.

Everything starts in a quiet fishing village when a young woman goes to the murder victim. This murder is also the occasion for the meeting of a young, beautiful and curious journalist with a retired construction engineer who has pulled his hand around the world. The story, in which the truth is mixed with the fiction, the darkest, the most obscure regions of the emotions enter the story, or rather the story begins with the story. The gates of a modern One-Night Night Table are cleared. But this time Shahrazad is a man.

My Brother’s Tale is a breathtaking novel about love, the complexity of love, and the danger that invites believers to think once again that love is the ultimate in happiness. You will discover a new reality on every page, and you will move around with your suspicion.

Sounds unreasonable, but I knew I’d get some weird news when I woke up that morning. The events that people would talk with excitedly were rarely encountered here because the same every day in this desolate village that was left alone with the navy waves of the Black Sea. It should have flowed quietly like that other day on that day, but I think there would be other things. Of course, I did not know that I would get a murder news on the morning of that rescue, but there was news. I had not been out yet, my eyes were closed, I was watching purple rabbits moving at a speed of lightning, leaving behind phosphorus lines.

330 Pages

  1. İhsan Oktay Anar – Atlas of the Misty Continents

A “first book” is a new and glittering writer in Turkish literature … “While the newcomers are struggling with the door” Uzun İhsan Efendi, who falls in love with the dreams, is about to reach the classical but always new result that breaks the door: “The world is a drop. Yes, the world is a fairy tale. ” On the past, on the world state, dreams and a novel on the “misty continents”.

238 Pages




  1. Erasmus – Praise to Delili

Erasmus, the most important advocate of the Renaissance, where the ancient Greek and Roman cults are portrayed, the greatest representative of Humanism in Western Europe, is also one of the names that help shape today’s Europe by influencing the door to the Reform and affecting the cultural life.

“Praise for Deli” is one of the most important and most popular works he has boldly expressed his ideas. It was first published in Paris in 1511 and later translated into many European languages and repeatedly reprinted. However, this objectionable work was banned in Paris in 1527, then in Milan, Venice, Spain, and Portugal. The work has brought a great voice in Europe, where all influential people of the era have met with him and unveiled his vast knowledge, intelligence, observation and editing ability with Erasmus “Praise to Delusion”, which he competed to get his support. …

Here I am (Madness), knowing that people will alleviate all the troubles they drown by separating them from each other; with ignorance and blindness which I distribute to the mortals, I sometimes give them a happier hope of sweet fortune; sometimes I give a rose to their feet for a day of lovely lust; my goodness attracts them, and there is not a thread to spin the fairy, but if life seems to have abandoned them spontaneously, let’s hear the slightest hatred for life, and the more the reasons to raise it, the more their adherence increases.

136 Pages

  1. Murat Menteş – The Dilemmas of Bidding

“We orphans are filled with revenge, we are ready to balance the horror, we are willing to take the revenge of others, orphans give us a bloody improvisation, we have a privilege of innocence that does not disappear by blaming or committing a crime.

I must confess that saint reads, my lifetime goes by trying to dissolve the icebergs of the people with the people I want to kill every one of them. For example, I hate the rich, what I do, not the elimination. Those restaurant reptiles, airspeed sandbags, satirical nightmares, poisonous parrots talking with a commercial voice, dumb vampires rummaging in a fragile joy, arrogant rascals going down to the shore with a rope of fashion, jumping out of the tattoo, outcasts with a sadism of Turkish, .. I want to wear Colombian ties one by one! [Colombian tie: a form of punishment by the Mexican mafia: a hole is opened in the victim’s throat, and the tongue is pushed out of this hole.]

I was flexible though. I understand that the most difficult thing to reach and to give up is calmness. Okay, I’m not strong enough to have mercy on the rich, but I can see the paralysis of the increase in numbers. As far as I learned from Abraham Kurban, green banknotes do not benefit from camouflage. They are camouflaging foolishness, incompetence, helplessness, loneliness … Furthermore, orphans do not suffer time-outs, and those who are not orphans watch for orphans. In other words, orphanism is not in the monopoly of anyone. We breathe a little bit in the waiting room of the universe and history, and often we bury kainate and history without an announcement of my step … ”

263 Pages

  1. Wilhelm Reich – Listen Little Man

Wilhelm Reich’s call to the so-called “little man” is a human, not a scientific, document. In the summer of 1946, without the purpose of publication, it was written for the archives of the Orgon Institute. Distorted by their long life and suffering experiences, they are a shocking call directed at people to become conscious of their true needs and to cease cruelly destroying themselves.

128 pages




  1. Jose Mauro de Vasconcelos – Sugar Orange

The masterpiece of Jose Mauro de Vasconcelos, who works in various works ranging from boxing coaching to modeling painters and sculptors, from bananas to banquets to nightclubs to waitresses, is the story of a small child discovering pain in a day. Sugar oranges with deep traces of the childhood of Vasconcelos who came to the world as the son of a very poor family, dreaming of being a swimming champion at the age of nine and learning to swim, tells the story of the little Zeze who lived in great contempt for unexpected changes in life. Vasconcelos tells this novel, which he wrote in exactly twelve days, “carried in his heart for more than twenty years.”

200 Pages


  1. Dan Brown – Da Vinci Password

The sale of Da Vinci Cipher was a huge success at the end of the first week. He entered the New York Times ‘number one’ list on the ‘best sellers’ list. It also retained the first place in the Wall Street Journal, Publishers Weekly, and San Francisco Chronicle’s ‘bestsellers’ list for a long time. Colombia Pictures bought movie rights to the book.

Robert Langdon, Professor of Icon-Science at Harvard University, is on a business trip in Paris, and at midnight he gets the news that the Louvre’s elder slave is dead. Langdon and the talented French cryptologist Sophie Neveu discover that their clues lead them to the table of Da Vinci as long as they trace this strange piece of marijuana by following the traces around the body. The great master has hidden this secret into the Mona Lisa tablature, one that everyone can see. Langdon is in danger when he makes this strange connection open. The museum director, who is also the victim of the cinema, is a member of the Sion Monastery Association, a secret organization including Sir Isaac Newton, Botticelli, Victor Hugo, Da Vinci and other celebrities. Langdon suspects that this dangerous secret they are trying to enlighten has been hidden in the depths of history for hundreds of years. So they start a relentless chase in the streets of Paris and London. Langdon and Neveu face each other with a man who is so intelligent as to be enigmatic, who knows every step of the way. If this complex puzzle cannot be resolved, this very old truth that will awaken Priory’s great echoes will disappear forever.

495 Pages

  1. Dostoyevski – Notes from the Underground

“Being a human being, a real person, even becoming a human being with his bones is heavy, we are ashamed of being a human being, we struggle to become people of unprecedented sociality, we are dead born people and we are not children of living fathers for a long time. We are so pleased that we will find a way to be born in a very near future.

Notes from the Underground, Dostoevsky’s first major work, liberated from Gogol’s influence and given by his own voice, is a novel that heralds great existentialist literature in Europe. The book begins with a long, frantic narrative of the hero, who calls out to his readers a soul called “underground.” Then, it describes a humiliation that this moral, incompatible, honest person lives. A true masterpiece that has been read for 150 years.

160 Pages

  1. Jack London – Call for Violence

Call of Violence is one of Jack London’s most important works. In this book, the author deals with the aggression in gold from a different point of view. The protagonists of the novel are the sled dogs. Jack London reflects the day-to-day life, behavior, emotions, and culmination of a person with a golden eye. A pet dog is a sled dog, and the following events describe the transformation from dog to wolf. Here the author reveals the change of people when giving this transformation. For this reason, even after the offense has been closed under the Call of Virtue, its importance and value still remain.

112 Pages


  1. Haruki Murakami – The Song of the Impossible

During our journey, we hear the Beatles “Norwegian Wood” hero is 37 years old and will take it to her college years in Tokyo. His closest friend’s suicide, his close friendship with his girlfriend after the passing of time, the compulsive separation that comes in and a new girlfriend. “Song of Impossible,” tells a simple, striking and warm love story. WRITER Murakami Japrayabiyatının contradictory, but the most read article. The novel that introduces Murakami to the world, which speaks highly of his name with his style developed outside Japanese traditions, is “Song of Impossible”.

The events between 1968 and 1970 lead to the social realities of the day. But in the focus of the novel, there is a triple love, not social events. The “Song of the Impossible”, driven by the wind of youth, leads the lives of young people who meet early in life. It is a student life in which nothing is emphasized, the aimlessness of which is heavy, the freedom of a free sex … But there are intense feelings on the other side … Impossible love, impossible songs. Almost every Japanese genius reads the novel outside the mainland and is owned by many people.

352 Pages

  1. A. Nihal Atsız – The Soul Man

“The Man of the Spirit” is a very unusual novel in Turkish literature. Those who have read the author’s historical novels will find that this work, which started as a historical novel, is not so, will find themselves in an excessive symbolism as the pages progress. The novel, in which a history festival takes place, is the life of an officer who only finds his life in military service. It will be seen that a life story narrated by natural events is nothing but a framed statement of facts when viewed carefully. “Soul Man” is the adventure of a man struggling with his own soul. Those who do literary-spiritual analysis will be very hesitant to estimate whether the work is really a novel or a living.

248 Pages


  1. Franz Kafka – Transformation

Franz Kafka’s Transcription, which was published in 1915, is a work of authors reached the height of the narrative art. This long story examines the degenerate family relationships of the petty bourgeois circles to their finest details, and at the same time strikingly expresses the tragedy of the individual who rebels at the level of pattern consciousness that the society has already imposed and whose function has already been lost.

It is in Ahmet Cemal’s statement that the name of the book, known as Change, is, in fact, the Transformation: “It is not just a change but a metamorphosis that Gregor Samsa finds himself as an insect in his bed one morning. He has not made any changes in his humanity, it has become a living species. ”

This statement overlaps with Kafka’s definition of his work: “Everyone lives behind a fence that he carries with him, and that is why he wrote so many things about animals now, expressing the longing for a free and natural life, It is very difficult to live like a human being, and at the same time, at least on a fictional level, there is a desire to get rid of it … The animal is going back.

104 pages

  1. Agatha Christie – Ten Little Black

Judge Wargrave smoked the smoking in the first-class compartment and carefully read The Times newspaper’s policy news, then left the newspaper and looked out the window. They were passing through Somerset. They had two more hours.

He started to think about what he read in newspapers about the Negro Island. He knew that Adan was bought by an American millionaire who was a marine and yacht enthusiast and that a modern and luxurious kiosk was built on the island near the Devon coast, but it turns out that the third marriage of the American millionaires did not like the sea, and the island was sold. There were many announcements in newspapers for sale. Eventually, it was heard that the island was purchased by someone named Owen. After this news, newspapers began to whisper the gossip letters. The black island was originally bought by a Hollywood star named Gabrielle Turl. It was suggested that the star thought that it would take a few months without being disturbed by anyone on this island. Another writer claimed that the Black Island was purchased by the British Admiral’s Office for some secret experiment …

191 Pages

  1. Emrah Serbes – Early Losters

Emrah Serbes, whom we know with the Ankara police officers, breaks the steering this time and throws another issue that has not been processed in our literature. We are entering into the energetic, sad, alienated world of boys … Father works, mother house lady, the house of conservatism … Workers, poor people, aunts, bailers … Easy crying tough men … Chasing the countryside, the crowd of the locals … , prideful, pure adolescents … Emrah Serbes makes quick, angry, easily abandoned, seductive boys … These are the sad, humorous funny stories …

“I know that this is the psychological reason for the long stretch of my life from the moment I was cut to the day I was cut off, but I do not know how many years have passed, but I still remember, at least five times a day. is not it proportional to the intensity of the desire to be heard by him at a time when he is at the very edge of the possibility of realization and at the beginning of the fulfillment is not proportional to being able to treat himself as if he has no other obstacles in the way and to cover himself with that sweet illusion my unhappy boy child? Answer? No, you will stay … “In the land and in the universe, the story of the boys who are all alone …

The Early Lost … The extinct manifest manifesto …

143 Pages

  1. Hakan Günday- Kinyas and Kayra

I do not sleep at all I can not sleep I can not sleep I drink like a pig I can not even close my eyes I have five hours in the morning I think of mommy Where is it now I look at myself sometimes And even if I do not say a word my body is enough to tell me what I live, a butterfly on my own, a crossed mark on me because I do not like it, and a bloody hand underneath it, which is much better than a japanese, a bullet wound on my fingers two fingers above the thirty-four stitches on my wrists, a trail of appendicitis, God’s face … I do not know … I have lived fast, but I am very quick, young than dying!

Kayra said to me one day, ‘You are looking for a remedy for your unhappiness’. ”

576 Pages

  1. J. D. Salinger – Children in the Rye Field

I’m sorry to hear about so many people. The only thing that I know; I miss everything I tell you. Even our Stradlater and Ackley, speech. I think I even miss that damn Maurice. Do not tell anyone anything. You’re starting to miss everyone after that.

Children in Rye Tarlassa is Salinger’s only novel. In the age of adolescence, a rebellious child against the order of the adult world, who came before a Christmas … This process is marked in a psychiatric clinic. Holden Caulfield’s innocent romance in search of innocence. Maybe it’s Salinger. In 1993, when we published his books, Franny and Zoey and Nine Stories, Salinger has always kept his place on the world literary agenda, although he has not published a new work since 1963, and has lived almost in mythical secrecy.

208 Pages


  1. Sabahattin Ali – The Devil Within Us

“I have found a constant responsibility for this kind of words and actions that I do not know if I do not know whether I want to, but after all, I do not want to: I am the devil in my heart and all my movements I fear from taking my defense to it and putting it on its own face is a mischief I was worthy of my kindness and compassion, but what a devil, a devil? This is our mind, our idiot making up. ”

In this novel, the social daybreak shows the oppression of the personalities and the “cappedness” of the weak person. A sharp look at the darkness of the inhabitants of Aydın, the “demon within man”.

268 Pages


  1. Hank Moody – God Hates Us All

Hank came to the world in Long Island, Levittown, New York. At the beginning of his adventure, he was picked up and sent to New York City where he would be put on the Blockbuster (the market chain where VHS tapes, game rentals, etc.) to rotate himself. If you look at it, Hank’s talent and his time-honored writings soon began to be noted by literary authorities. Short stories by Hank and later books that are about to stir up were going in parallel with Charles Bukowski with realistic and brave points, and this led to a burst of style that followed the cult phenomenon, God Hates Us.

He met Karen Van der Beek in CBGB (Manhattan) and soon their daughter Rebecca joined them. After the release of God Hates Us All, Karen and Rebecca moved to Los Angeles during Hank’s screenplay on the series.

Hank did not neglect the depth of view he had on most of the notes he had on Californication and carefully treating the experience of his other character. In the face of a man who was easily ready to hurt, especially with a fling and a confident uncertainty, the bumpy relationships he had with Karen, and the extra sensitivity that Rebecca gave to this coexistence was important and determinative factors. Sad, alone, miserable and tired, staring at the void for no apparent reason, continued to filter himself from the constantly standing square.

Hank was also a passionate rock enthusiast and was collecting lots of material (plaque, etc.) about it at every opportunity. Warren Zevon stood at the top of his list for himself, and when he gave his head to him with a whisk, Zevon turned back. Only in this way was he able to complete his writings. Occasionally, when he did his work, he had his back on Black Sabbath’s lyrics. Gibson Les Paul, who was considered a classic at home, was hung. In the second season of the series, he revealed his impressions of Led Zeppelin II, his debut album. Interestingly, Hank’s three novels were shaped by the album names of Slayer, the group that marked America’s Thrash Metal history; These were South of Heaven, Seasons In The Abyss and God Hates Us All.

176 Pages

  1. Oscar Wilde – Portrait of Dorian Gray

I wish it could be the other way around! I wish I had always been young, but the portrait was old! Oscar Wilde, for a Portrait of Dorian Gray, who especially talks about the growth, education, development, self, and beliefs of a young man, especially for a young man, said “a spiritual story.” When first printed in 1891, the mutual interactions of Dorian with Lord Henry, who is the main character of the novel, are the main axis of the book, which is increasingly evil, diabolical, and devastating. excitement, evil, and sin for Dorian, who believes that there is nothing significant in youth and beauty around the globe, which leads to the evil and gravity of Lord Henry’s influence, and the goodness and virtue are boring and fallacious. Homosexuality in pure passion E clearly felt. Dorian big secret, you see the changes in the portrait would only Basil. Is there salvation for Dorian, who focuses on portraiture, sells his soul in the face of eternal youth, and feared that his soul is dead? And as Oscar Wilde said, will everyone see their own sin in Dorian Gray?

252 Pages

  1. Jostein Gaarder – The World of Sofie

“Similar people” is a serious step in the way that Goethe’s day-to-day people are saying that superficial information is valid when we say, “A person who can not account for his 3,000-year-old past is a living person.”

Sofi, who is preparing to celebrate his 15th birthday, finds a note in the postal box one day with “Who”. In response to this question, Jostein, who describes the questions and answers in a history of philosophy in a fascinating novel,

Gaarder shows the power of romanticizing the medieval theology of Umberto Eco in his “Laughing Name” in this book in philosophy. Gaarder (1952) is a Norwegian philosophy teacher, especially known for his books on youth.

Since the publication of “The World of Sofi” in 1991, it has been translated into nearly 40 languages, including languages such as Korean, Russian, Japanese and Arabic, and has achieved the success of being the best selling book in every country it publishes.

587 Pages

  1. Franz Kafka – Dava

This translation of Franz Kafka’s Daze was based on the recent work of American and German experts on the author’s handwriting, called Oxford Texts.

The case is the story of the besieged life that in the twentieth century, called the Age of Fear, has become an almost impossible destiny of mankind.

This age is fear-driven because human beings are deprived of communicating with their fellow human beings through a human language, such a dill being able to wake up humanly reactions. In the words of Albert Camus, an era in which this is not possible can only be called “Age of Fear”.

The trial process described by Kafka in the case is one of the strongest symbols of such an age and his work will never be updated as long as it remains a human being’s fear.

248 Pages

  1. Gabriel Garcia Marquez – Memoria de Mis Putas tristes

Everyone knows that Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who received the 1982 Nobel Prize for Literature, is one of the world’s great writers. His latest novel, Memoria de minutes tristes, sat again at the height of the world book world. This time, the writer is expressing a terrific love adventure in the mouth of a very old newspaper columnist who found the nineties. One of the most beautiful love novels of recent years. Another fascinating novel by this great master who is the creator of the magical Realism movement. The Colombian writer, in this book, describes a relationship between a man of age 90 and a 14-year-old novelist …

“At the nineteenth, I wanted to present a crazy love night with a virgin adventure, and Rosa Cabarcas came to mind, the woman who informed her customers when a novelty in this hacker’s secret brothel had gone in. I never got any of those things or any of her seductive suggestions he never believed that I was a man of my principles, morals are a matter of time, he said, with a smile on his face, see you see …

96 Pages

  1. Gigi Vorgan, Gary Small – The Secret Book of a Psychiatrist

Real stories are much stranger than fiction, Dr. Gary Small knows that well. In the thirty years of epoch-making research in psychiatry and the human brain, Small has seen so many things. Now she’s ready to open the doors of her office and tell her about the most mysterious, interesting, and strange patients of her career.

This book is an enlightening journey to the mind of a psychiatrist and his progressive professional life. At the same time, a glimpse into the background of this branch and the various mental illnesses that have not been seen before, and which have not been seen before … As you read the book, you will find yourself thinking about the amazing strangeness that makes us human.

Sometimes funny, sometimes tragic and always impressive. Small takes you on a journey starting from the crowded emergency service corridors of Boston and extending to the country’s elite’s multi-million dollar ski area. While explaining strange real characters during this trip, he is coping with a mysterious hysterical blindness, a man who believes his penis is shrinking, a psychotic romantic desire with the double life and frighteningly maintained secret lives. When the mentor is his own, Small’s career and personal life completes a complete twist and makes Small understand that no one is beyond mental research; even his own …

336 Pages

  1. Tolstoy – What Does a Human Live With?

Simon lives in a small barracks with his family, earning his bread by shoemaking. He was a malevolent man; he did not make much money and was in trouble. He won, his throats were enough.

Throughout the winter, she had used a sheep-skin fur jointly with her wife, but her face was stuck, worn and worn out. He’s been saving up for two years to get a new fur. He had saved a little money before winter came and stayed. His wife had three rubles of paper money in the piggy bank, and the inhabitants of the village owed Simon five twenty bucks.

96 Pages


  1. Albert Camus – Stranger

Albert Camus (1913-1960) is the most famous, translated into the most foreign language, the most studied and still the best-selling book, “Alien”, at the same time the author’s most mysterious work. The “Meursault” is not a symbolic hero, but a “stranger” without a “name”; this novel, living in a ridiculous irregularity of an “entity” where death dominates, this incomplete identity is an image of an empty consciousness that cannot be reconfigured, that cannot be reconfigured, but seeks the echoes of reality. His indifference and passivity is the product of this empty consciousness. The stranger owes his enchanting power to the tragedy he has in him: the constant search for a meaning that can never be seized, the conflict between consciousness and the social world … None of those who meet with Camus has suffered disappointment. “Happiness is to love the world, people, without expecting anything, anywhere and everywhere,” Camus says. It is nothing more than a reflection of this love, as an increasingly popular writer.

119 Pages

  1. Ken Grimwood – Delete From The Beginning

Ken Grimwood’s unusual manuscript Delete From the beginning, your mind is digging up the following question: What would you do if you had to live your life again, again and again knowing the mistakes you had made in the past?

Jeff Winston, 43, gets this chance several times. He is stuck between the marriage he lost his excitement and his non-future job, and he is dead at an unexpected moment. The calendars show the year 1963 when you open your eyes again. That morning at 18, he wakes up looking at the walls of the university bedroom. Everything is like the old one … except for one difference: Jeff knows as the future hunter. Who will win the football league from the final matches to the horse races, and what companies should invest in returning to the corner on Wall Street … There is one thing that he does not know about: Why must he delete his life from the beginning? How long will it continue to win and lose everything and everything that she loves?

370 Pages

  1. George Orwell – Animal Farm

The British author George Orwell is known in our country for his book, Ninety-Nine Eighty-Four. Animal Farm is another very famous work that has entered into its contemporary classics. This novel, which is a critique of “real socialism” in the 1940s, is regarded as one of the masterpieces of the grandfather in world literature. George Orwell criticizes a historical truth in his novel. It is clear that the leading pig in the Roman symbolizes Stalin outright. Other heroes are people who can be in a dictatorship, even if they do not call them real people. Sub-title Animal Farm, a Fairy Tale, is written in a fairy tale; but it is a stunning political stone, not a fairy tale that will entertain the young.

160 Pages


  1. Milan Kundera – Unbearable Lightness of Existence

Saturday and Sunday were in the sense that the sweet lightness of existence rose from the depths of the future and stood beside them. On Monday, the similarity was multiplied by a weight he had never known before. Tons of steel tanks of Russian tanks never stayed next to it. Because there is nothing heavier than compassion in the world.

Milan Kundera’s most famous novel, Varolman’s Irresistible Lightness, is one of the most powerful stories of the last century, which has been published in unpublished contemporary classics. Kundera questions novel characters who are accustomed to Tomas, who is behind the novel, which investigates the consistent and virtuous aspects of unresponsiveness to the reaction, determination, and who holds strong ideas of thought and life behind him. It also tells the background of the Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia. Like personalities, social prejudices are ultimately destabilized and doomed to “the unbearable lightness of existence”.

336 Pages

  1. Milan Kundera – Identity

Milan Kundera is one of the building blocks of contemporary world literature. The writer is a master of language and fiction, reaching millions of readers in all languages of the world who have achieved international fame with their novels blending in irons and souls perfectly and the new horizons in the minds of readers.

In Identity, we are witnessing the search for an identity, to interrogate the passionate, powerful woman and the depraved, old-fashioned love of emotional, vagabond young lovers. Striking story of two people trying to understand themselves and love. The adventure of transforming into a black bath, a small game of intrigue while trying to discover the hidden aspects of each other.

136 Pages

  1. Andy Weir – Martian

According to Goodreads readers, the Best Science Fiction Race of 2014! Six days ago, Mark Watney was one of the first people to set foot on Mars. Now, it’s almost certain he will die there.

“The best book I’ve read for so long, clever, fun and full of tension, the Martian has everything you can ask of a novel.”

-Hugh Howey, writer of the Wool series-

“Fascinating … Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe seems to have been written by someone more intelligent.”

-Larry Niven, Hugo, Nebula, and Locus are the writers of the award-winning Ring World novel-

“This book is exactly what readers like me like.”

-John Scalzi, Hugo, and Locus of the War of the Elder series,

“Andy Weir’s Martian is the best scientific sci-fi novel I’ve ever read, and I have never said anything about this novel – another book – literally.”

-Dan Simmons, editor of Hugo’s award-winning Hyperion series- “The martial mind got it from me!” -Ernest Cline, the writer of the start novel-

“A perfect blend of action and space exploration.”

-Library Journal-

416 Pages


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