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B  lb  l Author Kristin Hannah
ISBN-10 6053438375
Release 2000-01-01
Pages 544
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Summary the Nightingale

Summary  the Nightingale Author Billionaire Mind Publishing
ISBN-10 1542814626
Release 2017-01-30
Pages 64
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The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah | Book Summary | (With Bonus) Get the kindle version for Free when you purchase the paperback version Today! Have you ever felt that you've always wanted more and "more" is never enough? Kristin Hannah is an award-winning and bestselling American writer. Kristin Hannah has won numerous awards, including the Golden Heart, the Maggie and the National Reader's Choice award. She is most well-known for her all time best-selling book, The Nightingale. The Nightingale is a brave and inspiring story of World War II. It tells readers the untold story of a war, the women's war. The Nightingale is also a story of a young girl, searching for her life purpose in a time of war and chaos. "Finding your passion isn't just about careers and money. It's about finding your authentic self. The one you've buried beneath other people's needs" - Kristin Hannah The Nightingale is 100 times more than your usual World War II history. It is an inspiring story that will move your heart to tears and a story that will teach you appreciation from another perspective. Indulge yourself in an intriguing read as we bring you back to the battlefield era which is filled with intense emotions and amazing journeys. P.S. If you felt that you've never been able to appreciate and always feeling unmotivated, grab this book right away! This book is perfect for you. The Time for Thinking is Over! Time for Action! Scroll Up Now and Click on the "Buy now with 1-Click" Button to Have this Book Delivered to Your Doorstep Right Away!!



Summary of The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah Conversation Starters

Summary of The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah   Conversation Starters Author BookHabits
ISBN-10 9781537845975
Release 2017-09-11
Pages 13
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The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah | Conversation Starters A Brief Look Inside: EVERY GOOD BOOK CONTAINS A WORLD FAR DEEPER than the surface of its pages. The characters and their world come alive, and the characters and its world still live on. Conversation Starters is peppered with questions designed to bring us beneath the surface of the page and invite us into the world that lives on. These questions can be used to... Create Hours of Conversation: • Promote an atmosphere of discussion for groups • Foster a deeper understanding of the book • Assist in the study of the book, either individually or corporately • Explore unseen realms of the book as never seen before Disclaimer: This book you are about to enjoy is an independent resource meant to supplement the original book. If you have not yet read the original book, we encourage to do before purchasing this unofficial Conversation Starters.



Summary of the Nightingale

Summary of the Nightingale Author 30 Flip
ISBN-10 1540573648
Release 2016-11-25
Pages 114
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The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah | Book Summary | (With Bonus) Have you ever felt that you've always wanted more and "more" is never enough? Kristin Hannah is an award-winning and bestselling American writer. Kristin Hannah has won numerous awards, including the Golden Heart, the Maggie and the National Reader's Choice award. She is most well-known for her all time best-selling book, The Nightingale. The Nightingale is a brave and inspiring story of World War II. It tells readers the untold story of a war, the women's war. The Nightingale is also a story of a young girl, searching for her life purpose in a time of war and chaos. "Finding your passion isn't just about careers and money. It's about finding your authentic self. The one you've buried beneath other people's needs" - Kristin Hannah The Nightingale is 100 times more than your usual World War II history. It is an inspiring story that will move your heart to tears and a story that will teach you appreciation from another perspective. Indulge yourself in an intriguing read as we bring you back to the battlefield era which is filled with intense emotions and amazing journeys. Scroll Up Now and Click on the "Buy now with 1-Click" Button to Download your Copy Right Away P.S. If you felt that you've never been able to appreciate and always feeling unmotivated, grab this book right away! This book is perfect for you.P.P.S. This is a ZERO-RISK investment. Should you find this book unworthy of a coffee price of $2.99, get a refund within 7 days! The Time for Thinking is Over! Time for Action! Scroll Up Now and Click on the "Buy now with 1-Click" Button to Download your Copy Right Away!



Summary Analysis of the Nightingale

Summary   Analysis of the Nightingale Author Abookaday
ISBN-10 1535284935
Release 2016-07-28
Pages 72
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BRIEF/VAGUE SUMMARY OF ENTIRE NOVEL It is 1939 in France and rumors and stories of war have begun to sweep the country. Vianne and Isabelle Rossignol are two sisters who couldn't be more alike, and have already suffered the tragedy of loosing their mother to illness and their father to grief and alcohol, and instead of brining them closer this has driven them apart. Vianne, a timid, housewife and mother, refuses to believe war is coming, and does everything in her power to ignore the inevitable, naively believing the war will not touch her and her family. Isabelle on the other hand is a rambunctious, angry, beautiful young woman who is overly eager to join in the war effort to keep France safe. When war breaks out in France however, the two soon learn that they cannot go on behaving the way they have; Vianne has to learn to be tough and strong, her husband having been drafted into the war and a German billeting at her home, Vianne now must learn to take control and be strong for those she loves. Isabelle on the other hand learns that the world is not as black and white as she had believed and that fighting for what she believes in is not nearly as glamorous or easy to do as she originally thought. However, it is through all the following years of war, sacrifice and suffering, that these two women, these sisters, come to realize their true selves and what they are really capable of, and after enduring the hardships of cold, starvation, angry and vicious Germans, unimaginable loss and constant fear for their lives, the two come to see what really matters in life; family, love, forgiveness and a strong sense of self. Read more.... Download your copy today! Available on PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. (c) 2015 All Rights Reserved



Summary of The Nightingale

Summary of The Nightingale Author Instaread Summaries
ISBN-10 1945272422
Release 2016-04-06
Pages 28
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This companion to The Nightingale includes: * Summary of the book, * Character Analysis, * A Discussion on Themes * and much more!



The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah Summary Analysis

The Nightingale  by Kristin Hannah   Summary   Analysis Author Elite Summaries
ISBN-10 9781536945386
Release 2017-09-01
Pages 82
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The tale of two sisters, Vianne and Isabelle, separated by years and experience as they strive to win the battle against German Nazis. This book tells the tale of Vianne and Isabelle’s relentless fight for love and life amidst wartime. Being left by her husband, Antoine, who headed for the Front, Vianne was forced to make impossible choices one after another to keep her family alive. While Vianne was described as living in the quiet village of Carriveau, Isabelle lived in the big city of Paris where she had to taste the bitterness of betrayal, which caused her to join the Resistance and risk her life for others. The Nightingale tells the tale of ideals, passion, and dangerous circumstances towards freedom, love, and survival as seen from the women’s perspective of war. It is a tremendously beautiful evocative elaboration on the conflicts of life and love being torn apart by a war. The Nightingale provides enlightenment and encouragement for women to be resilient and to never give up. Combining historical accounts told in a very accurate manner, it surpasses the standard of a must-have novel: full on romance, thrill, fast pace, and unexpected twists here and there. The Nightingale is definitely a breathe of fresh air for historical stories fanatics, who happen to also love romance and fast-paced stories. One of Kristin Hannah’s amazing piece of work, destined to land on the top of bestselling novels list. The Nightingale is a novel that you will not be able to put down, full of inspiration and historical information. Get your copy in Amazon now.



Kristin Hannah s the Nightingale

Kristin Hannah s the Nightingale Author Ant Hive Media
ISBN-10 1517614279
Release 2015-10-05
Pages 38
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Summary and Analysis of Kristin Hannah's The NightingaleKristin Hannah's bestselling book, The Nightingale, talks about the horrific effects of the Second World War in France. The story is set mainly in a small quiet town called Carriveau, in stark contrast to the catastrophe that is to be unleashed on a defeated country under Nazi occupation. The book also depicts the tale of two bold sisters who combine forces at a time when there is little hope or union. Full of action, drama, realistic events and a bold theme, The Nightingale is a powerful book with an accurate narrative. The year is 1939, and the French have surrendered to the Nazis. Though Paris is a hotbed of activity, Carriveau is a serene town that is on the cusp of everlasting change. The town morphs into a war-zone overrun by planes, bombs, tanks, and Nazis (Wehrmacht, Gestapo and SS). As the war ravages on, Vianne Mauric, a soldier's spouse, is forced to accommodate a Nazi in her house. Isabelle, her stubborn younger sister, decides to link up with the French Resistance. This summary also includes:* Book Review* Setting of the Novel* Main Characters and their Analysis* Book Summary with some Analysis* Themes, Symbols,...* And a lot more!The novel is set in 1995. Vianne is an aging widow whose flashbacks of France under Nazi occupation in 1939 form the basis of the book. The story is also based in Paris and Carriveau, with Germany, the Pyrenees and Spain also serving as secondary settings. This analytical perspective of The Nightingale is meant to bridge your understanding and improve your reading experience. About the AuthorAnt Hive Media reads every chapter, extracts the understanding and leaves you with a new perspective and time to spare. We do the work so you can understand the book in minutes, not hours.



The Nightingale by Christian Hannah

The Nightingale by Christian Hannah Author Superread Books
ISBN-10 1517448999
Release 2015-09-20
Pages 24
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Amazon #1 BestsellerSPECIAL OFFER $2.99 (Regularly priced: $3.99) The Nightingale is set in 1939 when World War II begins.The Nightingale is a story of two sisters, one of whom is the Nightingale. Two sisters Vianne and Isabelle take control of their lives and play the part when the war begins in France. Vianne is ignorant to the war at the start but slowly beings to face the drastic consequences caused by the war. Isabelle is the younger sister of Vianne, she is fiery and full of energy. Isabelle takes things into her own hands when the war begins. She places herself in grave danger for her Country. The two learn what life really means to them at the end of the war. They find themselves in this amazing story of love, war, and sacrifice. They learn that the only things that matters in life is family, love, and one's purpose in life. Disclaimer: This is an independent addition to The Nightingale, meant to enhance your experience of the original book. If you have not yet bought the original copy, make sure to purchase it before buying this unofficial summary.Available on PC, Mac, Smartphones, Tablet, and Kindle Devices.2015 All Rights Reserved



The Nightingale

The Nightingale Author Adam Green
ISBN-10 1523688114
Release 2016-01-26
Pages 32
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The Nightingaleby Kristin Hannah - Key Summary & Analysis Note: The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah - Key Summary & Analysis is just an analysis of the novel written by Kristin Hannah.The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah is a story of two sisters Vianne and Isabelle. Both lived in France and experience the horror of World War II. This novel can take the reader back to the history to understand the pain and tension of the people of France after the attack of Nazi's. The story is narrated by Vianne after the 50 years of war. This book is designed as a quick summary for the readers. It helps you to understand the plot and background of the actual story. The book explains important events and the summary of the novel written by the Kristin Hannah.The Nightingale set mostly in France during the WWII and it is about the hardship, despair, and loss of people during the war. It was a hard time for a woman because their husbands were taken to fight as a soldier. The Kristin Hannah helps you to understand the courage and efforts of women to protect their family and keep them united. The Isabelle and Vianne play a central part in the novel. They both protect and help people with courage. The Vianne protects children, by hiding them and the Isabelle works with the members of the resistance.



The Cuckoo s Calling by Robert Galbraith Summary Analysis

The Cuckoo s Calling  by Robert Galbraith   Summary   Analysis Author Elite Summaries
ISBN-10 9781534833678
Release 2017-09-01
Pages 29
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A mesmerizing mystery written about a detective, his investigation into the death of a supermodel, and everything in between. After losing one of his legs to a land mine in Afghanistan, Detective Cormoran Strike watches his life crumbles around him. Following the tragic incident, he scrapes a living as a private investigator. Strike has no more than one client on list, and debts are out of control. His long term relationship has also just ended and is living in his office. Little did Strike know that his life is about to change. A man named John Bristow walks up to his door with an intriguing story. Lula Landry – his sister, a well-known supermodel, also known as Cuckoo by her friends, made headlines after she fell to her death not long ago. Investigation by police concluded that her death was a suicide, but John does not buy the story. This case throws Strike into the world of the wealthy beauties, celebrity boyfriends as well as desperate designers. It also introduces him to all kinds of pleasures, seduction, and illusion ever known to a man. Strike is not like the other detectives. Think you know about the rich and famous? Think again.



The Giver by Lois Lowry Summary Analysis

The Giver  by Lois Lowry   Summary   Analysis Author Elite Summaries
ISBN-10 9781535364126
Release 2017-09-01
Pages 32
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In a perfect world depicted in “The Giver”, well-matched couples get married. They raise exactly a boy and a girl, where these kids will receive their career assignments at the age of 12 years old. Jonas was appointed as the community’s Receiver of Memories. Under the Elders’ and the Giver’s tutelage, Jonas began to find disturbing reality about his utopian world. He later struggles to fight the weight of the world’s hypocrisy. Full of mysteries and set in a strange futuristic setting with a dash of Christian allegory here and there, many readers will love The Giver. It is a wonderful book, crafted skillfully to intrigue and to provoke thoughts in the minds of its reader. The Giver is a guaranteed hard to put down novel. It brings a brilliant theme and plot twists combined well with the setting. A 1994 Newberry Medal Winner, The Giver has become one of the most noteworthy novels of all times. Written by Lois Lowry, The Giver offers other three accompanying novels of the same genre and feeling. The book is available in Kindle and Paperback versions in the Amazon store. The readers who love Christian allegory should read this book.



The Book Thief by Markus Zusak Summary Analysis

The Book Thief  by Markus Zusak   Summary   Analysis Author Elite Summaries
ISBN-10 9781535331739
Release 2017-09-01
Pages 27
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Liesel Meminger, The Book Thief, lived with her foster family just outside of Munich during the World War II in 1939. Stealing books especially something that she cannot resist, she learnt how to read and shared her stolen books with her neighbors during the World War bombing raids. Hiding in the basement of her house, terrified and shaken as bombs fell on top of their head, Liesel learnt the power of words and developed a love for books that connected her to the others. Told through the point of view of death, The Book Thief provides a moving story about how Liesel learns the true meaning of family through her caring new family, and about friendships that she shared with other people down in the basement. Labeled as a young adult book and marketed for ages 12 and up, The Book Thief is definitely a book that appeals teens and adults with engaging story plot and character. So moving and profound, The Book Thief will crawl under your skin and fill your mind with vivid images surrounding the World War II, the Nazi Germany, the friendship, and the loss. Full of surprises and challenges, The Book Thief is also recreated with tender illustrations available in the body of the book. Written by Markus Zusak with his wonderful command of language and excellent way of writing, Liesel and her world were brought to life in the minds of the readers. Definitely, a soul-changing book, The Book Thief is very special and highly recommended. It moves the readers to laughter and tears. It is simply astounding, beautiful, and cherished. Grab your copy from Amazon store and experience the thrilling of World War II.



The Murder House by James Patterson Summary Analysis

The Murder House  by James Patterson   Summary   Analysis Author Elite Summaries
ISBN-10 9781535331357
Release 2017-09-01
Pages 26
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Hamptons is where money and privilege knows no boundary. A private beach with multi-million dollar beachfront estates, it hides a horrific past – a deadly secret that refuses to remain buried. Detective Jenna Murphy used to call herself a local, but the former New York City cop is caught off her grounds when her lush and wealthy surroundings turn to be a hotbed of grisly depravity. The Murder House has claimed another victim, and this time Jenna must put her own life at risk to reveal the truth behind all of its secrets. A book that is so full of suspense that will captivate the readers to their very cores, “The Murder House” is one of the best stand-alone crime fiction books that have ever been written in history. With a totally unexpected ending, marvelous character development and written in an excellent style, it is a must have for all novel readers out there. This book does not only cover usual murder, but it also inflicts on the character’s own personal secret that is associated with the house. Borderline spooky - The Murder House works amazingly well in holding the reader’s suspense and interest throughout the story. Written by the numerous times #1 New York Times bestselling author, award winning James Patterson has collaborated with David Ellis to create this amazing result. Plots and details are made to perfection, creating atmosphere as if the readers are there to experience the gruesome events themselves. The Murder House is definitely a must-have.



The Fifth Gospel by Ian Caldwell Summary Analysis

The Fifth Gospel  by Ian Caldwell   Summary   Analysis Author Elite Summaries
ISBN-10 9781535363204
Release 2017-09-01
Pages 27
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Simon and Alex Andreou are two brothers representing different branches of Catholic Church. Simon is a Roman Catholic priest, while Alex represents the Greek Catholic church. Both the sons of a Greek Catholic priest are deeply involved in the murder of Ugo Nogaro, a curator involved in the mystery of Shroud of Turin. Done investigating the four gospels and is currently on Diatessaron, the fifth, Nogaro is killed by a mysterious murderer who seems to be hiding a big secret involving Christianity and the Church. In the book The Fifth Gospel, Ian Caldwell commendably presents history of Christianity and the Church with a story that touches the reader’s emotions and personal thoughts. It hints on the underlying issue of Roman Catholic hierarchy politics on a large scale. However, it also presents the emotional side of both Simon and Alex’s personal issues related to their priesthood status. A more emotionally powerful rather than a thriller novel, The Fifth Gospel will appeal intellectual mystery readers through its puzzles and complexities. Instant New York Times Bestseller novel, The Fifth Gospel is a real page-turner. It is literary but in the same time, you cannot put it down. The Fifth Gospel is available in Kindle and hardcover versions in the Amazon bookstore. If you feel affection for Christianity, it is a must-read book for you.



The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins Summary Analysis

The Girl on the Train  by Paula Hawkins   Summary   Analysis Author Elite Summaries
ISBN-10 9781533593214
Release 2017-09-20
Pages 37
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In what has been a massive success for first time thriller writer Paula Hawkins, The Girl on a Train is a novel packed full of suspense. Highly revered by Stephen King himself, the psychological thriller went straight in at number one on the New York Times Fiction Best Sellers of 2015, not being knocked off for thirteen weeks. Further praise for this book is given by Dreamworks acquiring the film rights to it, and the film adaptation will be ready for release in October this year. A first person narrative details the chilling story from the viewpoint of Rachel, Anna and Megan. Rachel finds her life wrought in jealousy, despair and alcohol abuse following the breakdown of her marriage to Tom. After being tormented by learning Tom not only had a mistress, Anna, but has now remarried and had a child with her too, Rachel plunges into alcoholism and loses her job. The pain of not being able to conceive a child with her husband herself drives Rachel to extreme lengths, taking her old route to work on the train so as not to rouse suspicion of losing her job, and also fantasize whilst passing her former married home. The story is wrought with jealousy, despair and follows many chilling twists and turns as each character's story begins to intertwine and Rachel, Anna and Megan become linked to each other, in macabre circumstances. It becomes clear that Rachel's drinking blackouts have clashed with her obsession with Megan, a woman Rachel has taken to watching along with her husband and imagining their perfect life together. When Megan is reported missing on the news, a bloodied Rachel feels she may be involved and the story becomes embroiled in police investigation and darker twists and turns. In turmoil, Rachel begins trying to find out more about Megan's disappearance and in doing so, gives herself a new focus instead of drinking. She becomes close with Megan's husband, Scott in order to try and learn more and in doing so, lies to him to get closer to him. In a horrific discovery, Megan's body is found and also was evidently pregnant. The fog of Rachel's alcohol abuse begins to clear and she recalls seeing Megan entering Tom's car, thus revealing an affair between them to his new wife Anna. Upon being confronted by Anna, Tom confesses the murder to her by the motive of her threatening to speak out about her pregnancy. In a fast paced turn of events, Tom begins attacking Rachel to silence her, but Rachel stands up for herself. She finds her strength and kills Tom with a corkscrew, with Anna helping and creating alibis to create a story of self defence.



The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson Summary and Analysis

The Devil in the White City  by Erik Larson   Summary and Analysis Author Elite Summaries
ISBN-10 9781535333498
Release 2017-09-01
Pages 50
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“The Devil in the White City” is a dual biography book of Daniel Hudson Burnham and Dr. H. H. Holmes. Daniel Burnham is a steadfast architect who was the reason behind the World’s Fair astounding success. On the other hand, Dr. H. H. Holmes is a devilish psychopath who operated his own massacre room in a hotel that he built near to the World’s Fair. The book’s setting took place in the 19th century Chicago, telling a gruesome history full of thrill and suspense. “The Devil in the White City” is an interesting read. It is full of small details that help maintain the reader’s interest. It successfully retells the history of Daniel Burnham’s effort in presenting Chicago’s Columbian Exhibition in 1893. The readers will also get a very vivid picture about Chicago as a city, its image and its comparison to New York and Paris as a world-class city. A complete opposite to Daniel Burnham’s inspiring efforts, “The Devil in the White City” also paints a clear picture of Dr. H. H. Holmes and his cold-blooded psychopathic self. “The Devil in the White City” is a breathtaking novel with factual accounts written by bestselling author Erik Larson. This book will present you with all the thrills that the best fiction novels can give, completed with historical discoveries. Grab a copy of the Devil, and I hope you will be thrilled much while reading!