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by Arthur Conan Doyle
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The Adventure of the Dying Detective
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Nervous by Mrs. Hudson's visit, Dr. Watson finds his friend Sherlock Holmes in terrible condition. The great detective contracted a deadly virus and you need to stay away from him. Dr. Watson wants to invite the best virus specialist, but Holmes protests so much that Watson is scared. It was scary to look at Holmes - anyone would be struck by the sight of his thin, emaciated face with a sickly blush. The detective’s thin hands frantically moved along the blanket, the voice of the great Holmes was hoarse and breaking. What kind of affliction struck Holmes, who was dying?...
Number of pages: ~ 28 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.5/5

by Arthur Conan Doyle
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The Lost World
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The talented and extremely ambitious reporter Eduard Melone received a humiliating refusal from his beloved girl to marry him only on the grounds that he is too ordinary. The offended youth rushes to the editorial office and begs the authorities to send him to the most dangerous corner of the Earth so that he can make a report there. An experienced editor indeed gives the young man a difficult task: at any cost to get an interview with the scandalously dangerous, impulsive Professor Challenger, famous for his hatred of journalists. After a small but very colorful fight, the professor invites...
Number of pages: ~ 91 pages
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by Edgar Rice Burroughs
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The Mad King
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In the adventurous novel The Mad King, the superior forces of enemies and the insidious machinations of envious people end with a "victory of the forces of light over the forces of the cold mind."...
Number of pages: ~ 161 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.1 out of 5

by Edgar Rice Burroughs
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The Mucker
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The novel opens a series about the adventures of Billy Byrne, who was born in the backyards of Chicago and knew the fall and fame, incredible adventures in exotic lands and sublime love ... At the beginning of the book, Billy is a cruel and cunning "bully" - a lawless person who does not cost anything to beat a woman, rob the old man, beat him half to death. But becoming a sailor on a ship, he was surrounded by notorious bastards. And life at sea changed Billy, preparing for extraordinary adventures ......
Number of pages: ~ 190 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.1 out of 5

by Daniel Defoe
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The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe
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Robinson Crusoe - The hero of the novels of Daniel Defoe, the first two of which were published in 1719. The first book about Robinson gave rise to the classic English novel and spawned the fashion for pseudo-documentary prose; it is often called the first "authentic" novel in English. This literary character has a real prototype - Alexander Selkirk, the boatswain of the ship "Cinque Ports" ("Senk Por"), distinguished by an extremely quarrelsome and quarrelsome character. Selkirk was landed in 1704, at his request, on an uninhabited island, supplied with weapons, food, seeds and tools....
Number of pages: ~ 352 pages
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by Mark Twain
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Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
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A book about mischievous boys Hecke and Tome. Huckleberry is a homeless boy, with a sense of internal duty and conscience, who can be content with little and be happy with what is. Heku's life in the house of the widow Douglas, where everything is on call, is strictly according to the established order, so he lives in a barrel, because he is free! He prefers hell with Sawyer, than paradise in the company of the widow and her sister, Miss Watson, who constantly harasses Huck with his remarks: do not put your feet on a chair, do not yawn, do not stretch. Brave, resourceful, with incredible...
Number of pages: ~ 224 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.1/5

by J. M. Barrie
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Peter Pan
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This is an incredible fairy tale that is known worldwide. Using this story were created a lot of movies, cartoons, theatrical performances. The main character is a boy Peter Pan, who doesn't want to grow up. One day he runs away from home, after which he finds fairies with whom he became to be friends, but unfortunately, he also got some enemies(the main one is Captain Hook). This is one of the best fairy tales that every child should read, having plunged into the world of fabulous adventures....
Number of pages: ~ 176 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.3/5

by J. Lesslie Hall
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Beowulf: An Anglo-Saxon Epic Poem
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  • Adventure
  • 975–1010 AD
  • Autor: J. Lesslie Hall
This old English story is about old times when the hero Beowulf performed incredible deeds for the sake of his nation. Problems started in Scandinavia, where Heorot lands suffered from scary monster attacks. The monster, named Grendel, destroyed troops along with the best troops. This story describes the moment of brave battles for the sake of the calm life of their people. In the final struggle, both sides were under damage, but for the valor of our people, the war was saved, and this story was sealed for centuries as the history of the Scandinavian nations. It turns out that this is the...
Number of pages: ~ 89 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 3.5

by Homer
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The Iliad
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The book is one of the most important masterpieces of human's heritage in the world. A lot of famous creative creators remind the author's masterwork in their writing as it opens global philosophy questions about people, their life, what is the reason of death and life., and why we should accept it. All it surrounded by grand historical events. The main event is Trojan War, which is described to the smallest details to feel how great are heroes, who committed feats for the sake of their country, loved ones, honor. Translators made an amazing job, as the text is so understandable, that you can...
Number of pages: ~ 838 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.4/5

by Mark Twain
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The Prince and the Pauper
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Grade 2-5-Jim Weiss offers a fast-paced, entertaining storyteller's version of Mark Twain's classic about a prince and a pauper who trade places and, in the process, become decent souls who help the unfortunate and those who have been wronged. Although this abridged version of the wonderful classic loses some of Twain's rich prose and knack for plot twists, Weiss gives a spirited performance that might encourage young listeners to read Twain's book. The story revolves around two 12-year-old boys who resemble each other physically, but lead extremely different lives. Prince Edward resides in a...
Number of pages: ~ 120 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.4/5