The Wonderland of Fiction Books by primusboy

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									The Wonderland of Fiction Books
Fiction books include a wide range of books belonging to various sub -
genres that may include novels about romance, mystery, science and
adventure. Fiction books are written with the objective of inculcating
certain values and principles and hence they may contain a writer's
social message. Very often, these books deal with real life situations
that are described in an awe-inspiring manner. These books may contain
some fantasy elements and have life - like plots with an interesting
array of characters.
Some of the famous fiction books include "God's Spy", "Gone with the
Wind", "The Jules Verne Collection"and "Glasses & Garters." Notable
fiction books include works by versatile writers like Juan Gomez Jurado,
Margaret Mitchell and Sir Arthur Canon Doyle. "God's Spy" is one of the
most renowned books is an exciting fast-paced thriller debut work by
Spanish writer, Juan Gomez Jurado. The novel is set in the Vatican city
during the conclave to elect a new Pope following the dem ise of Pope John
Paul II in the year 2005. The novel opens with the cold -blooded murder of
two cardinals who had been planning to join the conclave. Other notable
themes in the novel include the sex abuse scandal of the revered Catholic
church and the transfer of priests to other parishes. This novel is quite
racy as it comes packed with fast-paced actions. The book has found
appeal with a lot of readers on account of its characters that they can
easily relate with.
Fiction books include some of the "hot" bestsellers of all times. For
instance, American writer, Margaret Mitchell's timeless classic, "Gone
with the Wind" which continues to capture the imagination of readers
around the world with it's unique plot and character cast. The book is
set in the Old South against the backdrop of American Civil War and
Reconstruction. This critically acclaimed book has an adaptation film
with the same name to its credit. The film, "Gone with the Wind" like the
novel retells the story of the American Civil War and its aftermath from
the vantage point of a white Southerner.
In this context, one cannot forget one of the most amazing flesh and
blood characters like Sherlock Holmes, who is hailed as the famous and
unforgettable "fictional detective" of the late nineteenth a nd early
twentieth centuries a fictional creation of Sir Arthur Canon Doyle. These
fiction books and many more come with the promise of true entertainment
and delight for every modern reader.
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