Rajesh Kumar Novels In Tamil Pdf Free Download
Welldone Vivek is a popular Tamil detective novel.
The famous Tamil writer Rajesh Kumar wrote this book with so many twists and turns. If you haven’t read it yet, we highly recommend starting with this book. Still one of the best bestselling books of 2012.
Nicholas – In the ghost boy books, Nicholas Edmonds is actually a nickname. That is, “Nicol” is short for Nickolay P. The boy-next-door, “Nicola P. – the invisible boy.”
Mia – The first edition of The Portal sold 15 times more than Game of Thrones today, and in terms of page count, like Game of Thrones, it is comparable to Harry Potter. In addition, it is very controversial, so I can not write about it.
Published in 1978, this is the most famous work of the writer. A biography of her authorship is available at the link.
You will not find a single major edition of her works, they are all in small format and very few in English. As a result, I have not read the book. In general, I donâ€™t read much in English, but I canâ€™t do anything without translation, so I can fully appreciate how good her biography is. Yes, it is short, but this is not necessary for a biography.
The translation of the book, in my opinion, is rather inaccurate. Despite the fact that we all know that Mia Coombs was born in the USA, reading her text is very funny. I tried to translate myself, but I couldn’t get rid of the funny accent. I had to turn to the English translation.
The book is great!
It is about our childhood dreams and discoveries, about growing up and adulthood.
As a child, I remember my childhood dreams very well. I had a lot of children’s magical novels about magic and adventure. Then I discovered Asimov and Fry, and again it was magic.
I read a lot about time and space travel. Then I came across books by science fiction writer D.A. Medvedev and Yu.M. Medved. That was enough for me to start writing fiction.
There are three books that have influenced my creative path. These are “One Hundred Years of Solitude” by Marquez, “The Alchemist” by Paul