The Rag Nymph

The Rag Nymph – Catherine Cookson This story took place in the 1800s. One dark day, a beautiful young woman was running along a deserted road with her six-year-old daughter. She was being chased by two police officers. Meanwhile, pushing the girl towards Aggie Winkovski, who was loading her hand cart with old rags, whichContinue reading “The Rag Nymph”

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The Silent Patient

The Silent Patient – Alex Michaelides It all started with a heartbreaking murder. Alicia Berenson, a talented painter, shoots and killed her husband, famous fashion photographer Gabriel Berenson. When police arrived after a phone call by Barbie the next door woman, Gabriel was tied to a chair and shoot several times. Alicia was looking likeContinue reading “The Silent Patient”

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The Story of the Treasure Seekers

The Story of the Treasure Seekers – Edith Nesbit දඟකාර ළමයි – චන්ද්‍ර අනගිරත්න If you are a booklover since your childhood, I am pretty sure, you will not miss the name of Edith Nesbit. It is because she was an excellent writer who devoted her writing career for the enjoyment of children. Today IContinue reading “The Story of the Treasure Seekers”

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Ranarala – රණරාළ

Ranarala is a version of Masterman Ready of Frederick Marryat’s, written by G.B. Senanayaka.   This book was able to win all the hearts of readers who were in past and present. The story was written around a brave sailor called Ranarala and a Sinhala family that caught up to storm and an Island inContinue reading “Ranarala – රණරාළ”

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GIKOR – ගිකෝර්

“The most sensitive book in the Soviet literature by Hovannes Tumanyan” First, I was heard and seen this book from a social media article by the translator that before publishing the book. When after reading that article, my heart was shaky for a moment but attracted to the story. The translator, Muthumudalige Nishshanka, has describedContinue reading “GIKOR – ගිකෝර්”

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