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Novel

At ShopiPersia we have a unique collection of Persian Novel Books. We Ship to Worldwide and offer Free shipping to Europe.

  • The Angels of Paul Klee Book by Boris Friedewal

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    Paul Klee painted angels for his entire life and here the author Boris Friedewald describes their creation and their meaning in Klee’s: from the Christ child Paul Klee painted at the age of five, through cheerful and witty angels such as the “Forgetful Angel” up to the famous “Angelus Novus” who accompanied Walter Benjamin into exile and the “Doubting Angel” Paul Klee drew the year he died.

  • The Terminal Beach Book by J. G. Ballard (Farsi)

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    “The Terminal Beach”: A man who does not come to terms with the premature death of his wife and son steals away onto an island of Eniwetok, once used for testing nuclear weapons. Between the decaying buildings on the island, the reader follows his mental and physical decline.

  • Empire of the Sun Novel by J. G. Ballard (Farsi)

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    Based on J. G. Ballard’s autobiographical novel, tells the story of a boy, James Graham, whose privileged life is upturned by the Japanese invasion of Shanghai, December 8, 1941. Separated from his parents, he is eventually captured, and taken to Soo Chow confinement camp, next to a captured Chinese airfield.

  • The Burning World Novel by J. G. Ballard (Farsi)

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    Weird and mesmerizingly grotesque, The Drought tells the chilling story of the world on the brink of extinction, where a global drought, brought on by industrial waste, has left mankind in a life-or-death search for water.

  • The Sound of Things Falling by Juan Gabriel Vásquez

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    The Sound of Things Falling is the story of a law professor named Antonio Yammara, who narrates the novel. Scenes switch between the 1990s Bogotá, where everything is falling apart as the result of the drug wars, and the past where the drug trade seem interwoven into everyone’s lives.

  • Pafko at the Wall Novel by Don DeLillo (Farsi Edition)

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    That story, “Pafko at the Wall,” is a brilliant flash of mid-century American anxieties and hopes, dashing the famous Dodgers-Giants playoff game featuring Bobby Thomson’s walkoff homer against the knowledge of the Soviets’ successful nuclear bomb test that same day.

  • The Names Novel by Don DeLillo (Farsi Edition)

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    The Names (1982) is the seventh novel of American novelist Don DeLillo. The work, set mostly in Greece, is primarily a series of character studies, interwoven with a plot about a mysterious “language cult” that is behind a number of unexplained murders.

  • Zero K Novel by Don DeLillo (Farsi Edition)

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    The novel concerns a billionaire, Ross Lockhart, who is inspired by the terminal illness of his wife Artis to seek immortality for both of them through cryopreservation. The novel is narrated by Ross’ son, Jeffrey.

  • One Minute Stories Book by István Örkény (Farsi)

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     It is hardly surprising that Hungarians have the reputation of being great survivors. They have been obliged to learn the arts of survival throughout the turbulent history of that little landlocked European country which has experienced more than its fair share of invasion, revolutions and repression. Istvan Orkeny, the author of these wry sketches, saw in his lifetime a bewildering succession of political systems replacing each other, each demanding absolute and unwavering loyalty.

  • The Farm Novel by Tom Rob Smith (Farsi Edition)

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    Tom Rob Smith borrows something from his past for the plot in his latest novel The Farm. In The Farm, an adult son learns that his Swedish mother, Tide, and British father, Chris, no longer trust each other. His father says that his mother is psychotic, which his mother denies.

  • Child 44 Novel by Tom Rob Smith (Farsi Edition)

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    In 1950s Soviet Russia, secret police agent Leo Demidov  loses everything when he refuses to denounce his wife, Raisa as a traitor. Finding themselves exiled to a grim provincial outpost, Leo and Raisa join forces with Gen. Mikhail Nesterov to capture a serial killer who preys on young boys. They soon find that their investigation threatens a system-wide cover-up enforced by Vasili , Leo’s psychopathic rival.

  • Agent 6 Book by Tom Rob Smith (Farsi Edition)

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    Leo Demidov, a former secret police agent, is forbidden to travel with his wife and daughters from Moscow to New York. They are part of a “Peace Tour,” meant to foster closer relations between the two Cold War enemies. On the tour, Leo’s family is caught up in a conspiracy and betrayal that ends in tragedy.

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