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Brush up on your theory of relativity

Some good Albert Einstein downloads here for the enthusiast.

The blaming and shaming of a good girl

After reading Tess of the D’Urbervilles I feel like a changed person. I never knew that a book could affect me so much. The novel tells the story of Tess, a beautiful and loyal young woman who I couldn’t help falling in love with.

Farewell to a friend

eBookTrove says farewell to a great sailor, a wonderful fellow, a keen reader, bon vivant, and the best of friends. Jack Huke, the gentle giant, keen sailor, enthusiastic human, excellent precision engineer, left our planet this month.

Agatha Christie's films? Not a bit of it

And another thing about Agatha Christie adaptations, ebook fan Thomas Dohling wrote from Delhi. The differences between the stories and films claiming to be based on the crime writer's stories are GLARING.

Go on, admit it! You've never read this brilliant Christmas novel

Announce to your people in the office, or at school, or in the shop, 'Christmas! Don't talk to be about Christmas. I've had it up to here with Christmas!' What can you guarantee that each of them will say? 'Scrooge!' loud and clear. Everybody knows the main character of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. But how many have read the excellent novel?

Christie: An avalanche of bestsellers

Another Agatha Christie fan mourns the loss of her titles on the site. Ugochukwu K. Ani tells me that he stumbled on eBookTrove-dot-com while researching another author.

Make mine Agatha Christie

Enthusiastic e-book reader, Thomas Dohling, has been in touch to lament the loss of much of eBookTrove-dot-com's Agatha Christie collection.

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