The last part of the trilogy of Kira Kass “The Only.”The final book of the trilogy, differing from the others by its dynamism and rapid development of the plot. A good and beautiful end, where everything fell into place, the only choice made and put a new, completely different beginning of the story of the main characters. Too many events, different emotions and moments with the prince fell with the share of America in this book. But she also does not give up, becomes more brave and is not afraid to expose her own opinion, while showing her own character and point of view.
“Life of Pi” – a confession novel, a fantasy, a revelation, a parable, where the struggle with oneself, when everything around only destiny bears only trials, becomes the meaning for a moment of existence. “Life Pi” is a novel that at first glance is as simple as twice two, but Jann Martel lulled his vigilance with a lot of reasoning, and then at the last moment turned the world over, forgetting to put it back.In this small work everyone will find for himself what he has long been looking for. This is not just a story of one journey and self-discovery. “Life Pi” is a small mirror in which all human vices, passions and virtues are reflected. In each of us lies something bright and valuable – or vice versa, vulgar and dark – you will not see it at the first meeting, and why, you need to hide deeper and do not show your nose until the time comes to act. The loneliness is power, more powerful than any tsunami, capable of killing.
“The Old Man and the Sea” – the novel by the American writer Ernest Hemingway, written in Bimini (Bahamas) and published in 1952. The last known work of Hemingway, published during his lifetime. Tells the story of the old man Santiago, a Cuban fisherman about his struggle on the high seas with a giant marlin that became the greatest prey in his life. The poem is dedicated to “tragic stoicism”: before the cruelty of the world, a person, even losing, must remain courageous and dignified. The image of a fierce battle with a monstrous fish, and then with the devouring sharks, contrasts well with reflections on the past, on the world around us.
Who Moved My Cheese? An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life, by Spencer Johnsonpublished on September 8, 1998, is a motivational business fable. The text describes change in one’s work and life, and four typical reactions to those changes by two mice and two “little people,” during their hunt for cheese. A New York Times business bestseller upon release, Who Moved My Cheese? remained on the list for almost five years and spent over 200 weeks on Publishers Weekly’s hardcover nonfiction list. It has sold more than 26 million copies worldwide in 37 languages and remains one of the best-selling business books.
“Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” is the sixth book in the series of novels by JK Rowling about the Harry Potter wizard. The book describes the sixth year of training heroes in Hogwarts.The story reveals that from the return of Voldemort, not only does the world of wizards suffer, but also the world of Muggles: the Death Eaters kidnap Mr. Ollivander, a specialist in magic wands. At the request of Albus Dumbledore, Professor Horace Slyznort returns to Hogwarts. Once he taught potions here. In the new academic year (1996-1997), Sliznort will again take this place. Professor Severus Snegg, in turn, received the post of professor of the Protection from the Dark Arts.
Short story Flannery O’Connor “A good man is hard to find” first appeared in a small author’s collection of the same name in 1955. Since then, he has become a model of prose writer, possessing all the characteristic features of her author’s style: the contrast of violence with the humor of carefully prescribed characters and a special religious philosophy. Despite a small number of written works, the writer was seriously ill and died at the age of 39, Flannery O’Connor is considered one of the most outstanding masters of the short form of the 20th century. Atmospheric, eerie in their everyday everyday life, these stories will not leave anyone indifferent. Grandmother, struggling to soften the heart of an escaped convict; a boy drowning in a sea of loneliness; a woman who does not want to believe the obvious; Grandfather, who betrayed the trust of the most precious being in the world – his grandson; one-legged and talented woman, abandoned by the rejection of her family in the hands of a fraudster; neglected boys, ready to destroy everything in their path; narcissist mistress of the plantation, never getting rid of racial prejudice – all these personalities are revealed in this book for the reader.
“Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” is the second novel in a series of books about the young wizard Harry Potter, written by Joanne Rowling. The book tells about the second academic year at the school of sorcery and magic Hogwarts. This time, Harry and his friends are investigating mysterious attacks on school students. The main character is to prove his innocence to mysterious events and enter into battle with a powerful dark force.
“How to win friends and influence people” – the most famous book by Dale Carnegie, published November 12, 1936 and published in many languages. The book is a collection of practical advice and life stories. Carnegie extensively uses the quotes of famous successful people and uses as examples the experience of his students, friends and acquaintances. One of the best books on interpersonal communication, you can even say the only one it is suitable for almost any reader from the head of a large bank to a simple cook. Clear age limitations due to the simplicity of the style of the narrative used. The book will teach you to understand people and motivate them to do exactly what is necessary, not forcibly in the form of aggression, but as an open dialogue that allows you not only to convince your opponent, but to awaken in him a sincere desire to fulfill your request.
“Things they carried themselves” – a collection of short stories written by Tim O’Brien, novelist, storyteller and veteran of the Vietnam War. These stories about the platoon of American soldiers in the Vietnam War are based on the author’s experience as a soldier in the infantry division of the American platoon. Many characters are partially autobiographical, similar to the characters from the author’s memoirs. O’Brien dedicated this book to a colleague with whom he fought in the war. Things they carried with themselves – one of the outstanding works about the war in Vietnam. O’Brien himself does not participate in the political debate about the Vietnam War, because according to him, how an infantryman can tell something important about the war after he has been there, he can only tell stories.
The author of the bestselling book “The Power of Now” by Eckhart Tolle. This book was published in 1997 with a circulation of 3,000 copies.Perhaps, only once in a decade or even once in a generation there is a book like “The Power of the Moment Now”. It’s more than a book: it’s filled with vital energy, and holding it in your hands, you probably feel it. There is a power in it that can evoke feelings from readers and change their lives for the better. All problems, suffering and pain are generated by our selfish mind, clinging to its false “I” .To escape from his captivity is possible only through an absolute presence in the Present. It is in the present that we gain our true essence, as well as the reality of the power of Moment Now published in Canada, and Canadian publisher Connie Kellow said that she had heard stories that echoed to each other that as soon as people went into the book, positive changes and even miracles began to occur in their lives. “Readers are calling,” she said. “And many of them tell me about the miraculous healings, transformations and the growing joy they are experiencing because they are accepted this book.”