• Fantasy,  Mark Twain,  Novels

    Personal recollections of Joan of Arc, Novel by Mark Twain (1896) PDF book

    Personal recollections of Joan of Arc, Novel by Mark Twain (1896) PDF book This is a fictional story, Mark Twait changed the historical Joan of Arc into fantasy mixed with humor. this book contains illustrations Review by Alice Boon This novel was Mark Twain’s last completed work which he considered to be the best of all his books. He claimed that he had spent twelve years in its research and two in writing.  One of his key sources of research was Jules Quicherat’s Proces de Condamnation et de Rehabilitation de Jeanne d’Arc As a historical novel, this is one of those that let me learn a great deal about the historical…

  • Classic Books,  Fantasy,  Novels,  pinned,  Science Fiction

    Download the Complete Works of H.P. Lovecraft Collection of 63 books in one PDF book (before 1935)

    Download the Complete Works of H.P. Lovecraft Collection of 63 books (stories) in one PDF book (before 1935) This collection only public domain books .all books were published before the end of  1935.Howard Phillips Lovecraft (20 August 1890 – 15 March 1937) was an American author of fantasy, horror, and science fiction noted for combining these three genres within single narratives and most famous for the creation of the Cthulhu Mythos. All books without co-authors and all in the public domain. collected in one PDF file with Table of ContentsContents of the book : The Tomb (1917) Dagon (1917) Polaris (1918) Beyond the Wall of Sleep (1919) Memory (1919) Old…

  • Fantasy,  Fiction,  G,  G. K. Chesterton,  Novels

    The Napoleon of Notting Hill (1914) by G. K. Chesterton (With Illustrations) Free Novel

    The Napoleon of Notting Hill (1914) by G. K. Chesterton (With Illustrations) Free Novel I don’t know what event occurred to inspire the author to write this work, and I don’t know quite how to take it. Maybe he could see the future….he’s laughing at us. Synopsis: In a London of the future, the drudgery of capitalism and bureaucracy have worn the human spirit down to the point where it can barely stand. When a pint-sized clerk named Auberon Quinn is randomly selected as head of state, he decides to turn London into a medieval carnival for his own amusement. One man, Adam Wayne, takes the new order of things…

  • Fantasy,  Novels,  Utopia

    Humanity and the mysterious knight ( 1914) by Mack Stauffer Free Utopia Novel

    Humanity and the mysterious knight ( 1914) by Mack Stauffer Free Utopia PDF Novel We are now in a phase of rapid and unprecedented development. The conditions under which we live are changing with ever-increasing rapidity, and, before the end of this century, skyscrapers will rise above the cloud-line and lose themselves in the firmaments; the Fast-Express will be supplanted by the Pneumatic Tubing System, and passengers will be carried at the rate of a mile per second. Great inventions will solve our industrial problems. And mammoth syndicated farms will have for their domain one or several states. The achievements of this century will dwarf the achievements of the nineteenth…

  • Fantasy,  Novels,  Science Fiction

    When the sleeper wakes by H. G. Wells (1899) Free PDF novel

    Download When the sleeper wakes by  H. G. Wells (1899) Free PDF novel  The plot concerns a 19th-century insomniac named Graham who ends up sleeping for 200 years only to wake and discover he owns half the world. He’s a fish out of the water and he’s odd circumstances result in people trying to use him or destroy him for their own ends. 22nd century London is enclosed, massive, and disorganized. We follow a bewildered protagonist through a flood of wonders and horrors, which is probably the best way for a writer to portray a fictional society. Naturally, it’s prophetic and has a lot to say about the degradation of…

  • Fantasy,  Novels,  Utopia

    Despotism: or, The last days of the American republic by Reuben Vose (Utopia)

    Despotism: or, The last days of the American republic by Reuben Vose (1884) PDF book Excerpt from the introduction: In the month of May 1856, I was walking leisurely toward the battery. A gentle breeze came from the west — the full moon was directly over my head, and the light was almost the splendor of a cloudless day. I sought the spot where once the stairs were placed on which the stranger steps as he lands on our soil. I found the place and stood mute as I gazed in astonishment on all around me. What a change ! was the exclamation that escaped from my lips! Here, where…

  • Fantasy,  Novels,  Science Fiction,  Utopia

    The elixir of life : or, 2905 A.D.; a novel of the far future by Herbert Gubbins Free PDF novel

    The elixir of life: or, 2905 A.D.; a novel of the far future by Herbert Gubbins Free PDF novel This novel was published in 1914 A description of the future world and its scientific wonders by a scientist who sleeps 1000 years. Excerpt from the preface: This is an age of inventions with a negative nomenclator. The horseless carriage is followed by wireless telegraphy. Yet many people will not be convinced of a new invention till it has become commonly known, and then they merely say: “I should not have thought it could have been possible.” When Lavoisier heard of meteorites falling from the sky, he said this could not…

  • Classic Books,  Fantasy,  Novels

    Satan’s Diary (1920) Novel by Leonid Andreyev

    Download Satan’s Diary (1920) Novel by Leonid Andreyev Free PDF book Translated by Herman Bernstein Satan’s Diary (1920)  What would happen if Satan took human form and fell among the worst of humanity? The author answers this question with a story. The devil killed an American millionaire and took his Body to be in human form.  I am big fan of lucifer tv show, and i liked this book, i felt Morning Star is the diary writer . It is full of sarcasm regarding human nature and ignorance of men, With interesting plot and surprises.  Leonid Nikolaievich Andreyev was a Russian playwright, novelist, and short-story writer, who is considered to be a…

  • Fantasy,  Novels,  Science Fiction

    From the Earth to the Moon Novel (1924) by Jules Verne

    Download From the Earth to the Moon, Novel (1924) by Jules Verne From Earth to the Moon, the setting of the stage for ‘Round the Moon, was a very logical story. Detailed beyond what most Scifi writers would dare, it follows Mr. Barbicane, president of the Gun club, and his plan to make history by building a cannon of tremendous proportions with plans to land a projectile on the surface of the moon. The amount of science and research Verne did for this book is commendable. Characterizations are also solid with some amazing quips and humor sprinkled. Enjoyable. I’m actually sad that I haven’t Verne before. He’s got a sharp…