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The 10 best fiction books
Would you like to write a good novel or a good novel? These are my 10 favourite books. I have compiled further special recommended books by categories in supplement to the Top 10 fiction books mentioned above. One or two books in each upper section are shown at the top of each page.
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Belles Lettres | Classical Fiction | Short Tales
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In this issue, the renowned playwright Dennis Potter presents his work. Petra Börner's enchanting illustration and Susan Cooper's reflective introductory remarks round off this issue. It is a fiction that investigates man's relation to the natural world through a little boy's unanticipated love of the falcon. This gorgeous present is accompanied by a special imprinted transparent protective cover.
New York-based New York based New York based journalist Daniel Mendelsohn presents the first issue of the magazine. The second volume of the award-winning triology, which combines a gripping re-telling of Artus myth with the parallels of an everyday medieval youth, is a milestone in children's literature. The third and last volume of the award-winning triology, which combines a gripping re-telling of Arcurian myth with the parallels of an everyday child in the medieval age, is a milestone in children's literature.