As Stephen King once said, “Get busy living, or get busy dying.” Stephen King, an american horror author, is considered by the masses to be one of the most influential authors of the late nineteenth and twentieth century. With at least 136 works from novels to novellas written, King has left a lasting impact on everyone all around the world. King combined horror with mystery to give readers a story to remember. Kings books not only appear in almost every library, but are shown through movies ranging from The Shining (1980) to It (2017). King was placed number one on New York Times best-seller list before the book It was officially published.
This book report was assigned for me and my 11th grade classmates by our Language Arts teacher, Mr. Samuel Jaja. The title of the book is To Kill a Mockingbird, written by Harper Lee. The book has approximately 281 pages, and was published by the J. B. Lippincott & Co. in july 11, 1960.This book is translated into more than 40 languages, sold millions copies worldwide due for it realistic structures and content. Mainly, the book receive several recognitions; for example, this book is known for winning a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction after being on the bestseller list for more than 40 weeks, defining at the end this work as classic of modern American literature.
Plot Mitch Rapp’s life is shaken when his girlfriend is killed in a terrorist attack on the day he proposed her. Months later, Rapp establishes contact with the terror cell and is invited over to their base where he plans to kill the mastermind. However, he is denied vengeance as a CIA team ambushes the group. CIA Deputy Director Irene Kennedy, played by Sanaa Lather, then recruits Rapp and places him with Black Ops cell Orion
The doctor responded, “apparently he got hit by a flying vehicle from outer space.” Flasher then goes home and makes his own powers by going to his lab and going to his capsule. Minutes passed by and he got out of his capsule and went to the hospital. When he got to the hospital, he went to the room, and told his friend about the powers he got. Aaron didn’t believe him at first until he told him about what he did to get his powers. Flasher then took off his clothes and put his costume on.
English returned to MI7 's London headquarter and was assigned by his new boss called "Pegasus" to stop a plot to assassinate the Chinese prime minister during scheduled talks with the Prime Minister. Johnny also met with his fellow friend, agent Simon Ambrose with codenamed "Agent One" and MI7 's technology inventor, Patch Quartermain. He was also assigned a junior agent, Tucker to help him during his mission. His chinese friend was murdered in a casino and English found a poker chip in his chinese friend’s hand with the clue of ex-CIA agent, Fisher in Hong Kong. Fisher revealed that he was one of a member in 'Vortex '.
The Dutch Blue Error is the delightful second novel in the series that has Brady trying to resolve a murder by finding the world’s rarest stamp. The stamp has the smudged picture of an ancient king is dark blue in color and has uneven edges due to
Born in London, England in 1936, Michael Moorcock is a writer of science fiction and fantasy. He started his career in writing as the editor of the Tarzan Adventures Magazine and also by selling stories to science fiction and fantasy magazines of his time. In the late 1960s, Moorcock began writing stories for New Worlds, a scientific magazine, where he created one of his most famous characters, Jerry Cornelius. He began using Cornelius for most of his science fiction literary works and soon started to stray away from more fantastic novels. Moorcock began writing The Brothel in Rosenstrasse, a novel of erotomania, and then plunged into the Between the Wars sequence of novels, a series set in the earlier parts of this century looking at the events that lead to the Holocaust.
“The Unicorn and the Wasp” Known as the “Queen of Mystery”, Agatha Christie has written over seventy detective novels, and fourteen short stories (Wikipedia). Her first novel, The Mysterious Affairs at Styles, was originally written as a dare but was later published in 1920. The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, And Then There Were None, and Murder on the Orient Express are the most known and read of her many books. In the 2008 Doctor Who episode “The Unicorn and the Wasp”, the writers used Agatha Christie’s life as building blocks for the story line. During the show, the main character called The Doctor travels in time to 1926 for an elegant cocktail party.
Within the context of recent history, Wilfred Owen is often considered the greatest writer of modern British war poetry. Composing the vast majority of his poems in a one-year time span, Owen found inspiration from his personal experiences fighting in World War I and fellow poets joining in the fight around him. Born in 1893, Owen grew up the oldest of four children, enjoying a particularly close relationship with his mother while his father remained distant. Owen graduated from Shrewsbury Technical School at age eighteen. Afterwards, Owen took numerous odd jobs throughout Europe, seemingly at a loss for his purpose in life.