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Stargate Sented by Shon

The mysterious StarGate is 10,000 years old. When a group of soldiers go through it, they travel millions of miles to a strange new world. There they have to fight to stay alive. Will they live? Will they find a way to get back to Earth?

Treasure Island
Treasure Island Sented by Musa

While going through the possessions of a deceased guest who owed them money, the mistress of the inn and her son find a treasure map that leads them to a pirate's fortune.

Primary Colors
Primary Colors Sented by Paul

Based on recent American presidents, this is the story of Jack Stanton, a young governor who wants to become President of the USA. Henry Burton can help him to achieve his dream, but he is about to discover the dark secrets in Stanton's past and must decide for himself what is right and wrong.

Brown Eyes
Brown Eyes Sented by Michael

Every year, Peter and Susan go to Lea-on-Sea for their holiday: every year they stay at the Hotel Vista. This year things start to go wrong. A man is pretending to be Peter. But why? Is he friendly or dangerous - what does he want? Will this, their thirteenth visit to Lea-on-Sea be their last?

The War of the Worlds
The War of the Worlds Sented by Luis

The War of the Worlds is one of the most frightening science fiction novels ever written. When a spaceship falls from the sky and lands in southern England, few people are worried. But when strange creatures climb out and start killing, nobody is safe.

The Godfather
The Godfather Sented by Musa

The Godfather—the epic tale of crime and betrayal that became a global phenomenon.

Robin Hood
Robin Hood Sented by Luis

The story of Robin Hood is very famous. Robin Hood robbed rich people and gave the money to the poor people. He loved adventure, and he was the best fighter in England. The greedy Sheriff of Nottingham hated Robin, and the beautiful Lady Marian loved him.

The Gift of the Magi
The Gift of the Magi Sented by Luis

"The Gift of the Magi" is a short story, written by O. Henry (a pen name for William Sydney Porter), about a young married couple and how they deal with the challenge of buying secret Christmas gifts for each other with very little money. As a sentimental story with a moral lesson about gift-giving, it has been a popular one for adaptation, especially for presentation at Christmas time. The plot and its twist ending are well-known, and the ending is generally considered an example of comic irony. It was allegedly written at Pete's Tavern on Irving Place in New York City.

Forrest Gump
Forrest Gump Sented by Shon

Meet Forrest Gump, the lovable, herculean, and surprisingly savvy hero of this remarkable comic odyssey.

Girl Meets Boy
Girl Meets Boy Sented by Luis

Donna meets Mark on a boat to Spain. She likes him and he likes her, but then Mark sees Donna dancing with his brother Dave. Is Donna in love with Mark and, if so, why is she dancing with Dave?

The Pelican Brief
The Pelican Brief Sented by Shon

In suburban Georgetown a killer's Reeboks whisper on the front floor of a posh home...

The Wave
The Wave Sented by Michael

The Wave is based on a true incident that occured in a high school history class in Palo Alto, California, in 1969.

A History of Britain
A History of Britain Sented by Michael

Original / British English Britain is a small country but it has a long history.

Newspaper Chase
Newspaper Chase Sented by Luis

Harry Black steals a million-dollar picture and hides it in a newspaper in his room. But Janey is keen on recycling old papers...

King Arthur & the Knights of the Round Table

The legends of King Arthur belong to the oral tradition. They were put in writing by Geoffrey of Monmouth in 1136. In the Middle Ages, French writers like Chrétien de Troyes also wrote about them. In 1470, Sir Thomas Malory wrote a long book in English called The Death of Arthur.

The Mummy Returns
The Mummy Returns Sented by Musa

John Whitman is an American novelist who has written many books for films and television series. The Mummy Returns is originally a 2001 American movie. The screenplay was written by Stephen Sommers.

How to be an alien
How to be an alien Sented by Michael

How to be an Alien (1946) is a humorous book by George Mikes, illustrated by Nicolas Bentley. It was Mikes' second book and is the most famous of the 44 he wrote. It is a classic of British humour and by its 32nd impression in 1966 had sold over 300,000 copies. It pokes gentle fun at the English and their relationship with foreigners, "alien" meaning in this context any non-English person. The book is characterised by much humour, affection and a total lack of rancour or bitterness. Mikes, an immigrant from Hungary, demonstrated not only his knowledge of English society but an insight into the English language.

April in Moscow
April in Moscow Sented by Michael

April Fox is very excited when her dance company is invited to visit Moscow. April has a very busy time there, dancing and seeing as much of the city as possible, and getting to know Nicolai.

Gladiator Sented by Shon

The book, Gladiator, was written by Dewey Gram. The screenplay for the movie was written by David Franzoni, John Logan and William Nicholson. The movie was a huge success, winning a large number of Oscars. The movie starred Russell Crowe as Maximus and Joaquin Phoenix as Commodus. The part of Proximo was played by Oliver Reed, who died before the movie was finished.

Moby Dick
Moby Dick Sented by Shon

Its reputation invariably preceding it, Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick is a novel like no other. Whether readers expect a subtle work of art, a rollicking adventure story, or a ponderous, inaccessible book, they come to this novel with a sense that the experience of reading it will be memorable. The story Melville tells is powerful and tragic—a whaling ship captain, obsessed with the animal that maimed him, pursues it to the point of destroying himself and his crew, except for Ishmael, the novel’s narrator. But the plot of Moby-Dick is little more than a variation on those used by countless authors both before and after Melville. It is the way Melville tells the story that makes the novel incomparable. In fact, how a story is told and, more generally, how we interpret our experiences become as much the subject of the novel as Ahab’s hunt for the white whale. As relentlessly as Ahab chases Moby Dick, so Melville questions the nature of the interaction between the mind and the external world.

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