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  • Hex and the city Book by Simon R. Green

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    Lady Luck has hired John Taylor to investigate the origins of the Nightside–the dark heart of London where it’s always 3 A.M. But when he starts to uncover facts about his long-vanished mother, the Nightside–and all of existence– could be snuffed out.

  • Sharper Than A Serpent’s Tooth Book by Simon R. Green

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    My name is John Taylor. I’m a PI for hire in the Nightside, the dark and corrupt city within the city of London. Where the sun never shines and where pleasure and horror are always on sale—for the right price.Not a nice place to visit or a nice place to live. So you wouldn’t think I would care that it was about to be destroyed, by none other than my very own long-missing, not-quite-human mom.

  • The Good the Bad and the Uncanny Book by Simon R. Green

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    John Taylor, the PI with a knack for finding things, gets a visit from Walker-the powerful, never-to-be-trusted agent who runs the Nightside on behalf of The Authorities. He tells John he’s dying, and wants to offer him an important job: “His….”

  • The Bride Wore Black Leather Book by Simon R. Green

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    John Taylor is marrying the love of his life, Suzie Shooter, the Nightside’s most fearsome bounty hunter. But before he can walk down the aisle he has one more case to solve as a private eye — a case that has him on the run from friends and enemies both, with his bride-to-be looking to collect the bounty on his head…

  • Something from the nightside Book by Simon R. Green

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    John Taylor is not a private detective per se, but he has a knack for finding lost things. That’s why he’s been hired to descend into the Nightside, an otherworldly realm in the center of London where fantasy and reality share renting space and the sun never shines.

  • The Blood of Others Novel by Simone de Beauvoir

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    The Blood of Others (French: Le Sang des autres) is a novel by the French existentialist Simone de Beauvoir first published in 1945 and depicting the lives of several characters in Paris leading up to and during the Second World War. The novel explores themes of freedom and responsibility.

  • Les Belles Images Book by Simone de Beauvoir

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    Simone De Beauvoir’s novel ‘Les Belles Images’ deals with the theme of inauthenticity. De Beauvoir sets the novel in France, during the post-war of the 1960s. In the book, she describes the affluent burgeoise characters who fulfill glamorous positions, earn high incomes, and display their wealth.

  • Adieux: A Farewell to Sartre Book by Simone de Beauvoir

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    Simone de Beauvoir’s first-person account of the last ten years of Sartre’s life, and it is heartbreaking to read in several places…. The prose is characteristic of de Beauvoir: deeply and intimately detailed, meticulous, and dense in some places…. it gives the reader an even more thorough understanding of the devoted side of de Beauvoir–and the very human and mortal side of the great philosopher Sartre.

  • The Second Sex Book by Simone de Beauvoir

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    In defining woman exclusively as Other, man is effectively denying her humanity. The Second Sex chronicles de Beauvoir’s effort to locate the source of these profoundly imbalanced gender roles. In Book I, entitled “Facts and Myths,” she asks how “female humans” come to occupy a subordinate position in society.

  • A Very Easy Death by Simone De Beauvoir (Farsi)

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    A Very Easy Death, by Simone de Beauvoir, is a beautifully written, powerfully emotional account of her mother’s death and her own emotional journey through her mother’s illness and death. At age 78, her mother fell and broke the top part of her femur.

  • The End Novel by Daniel Handler (Farsi Edition)

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    The book begins with the Baudelaire orphans and Count Olaf on a boat heading away from the burning Hotel Denouement. After a storm, the Baudelaires arrive and are welcomed on an island by a young girl named Friday. Count Olaf, however, is not welcomed due to his snobby attitude and death threat to Friday.

  • The Grim Grotto Novel by Daniel Handler

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    The Grim Grotto is the eleventh novel in the children’s book series A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket. This novel tells the subsequent story of the Baudelaire orphans, who discover the crew of the Queequeg submarine searching for a mysterious sugar bowl in the eponymous grotto.

     

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