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By Mark Maunder, BBC News, New York, 9 February 2016 / 12:01:20Read moreShare your story:A lot of us don’t have time for reading the big books in our house, so what better way to pick up a hardback than to have it delivered to your doorstep?
But while many books in this section are available in the shops, you’ll need to have a way of travelling to get them.
To make the most of the new paperback edition of the Mass Market, a selection of greats from around the world are here, from the best sellers of the past 30 years, to the latest favourites, to books you might be tempted to read in the dark.
The Mass Market is available from Amazon, Kobo, KIND, B&N, Hachette and the Guardian.
This year, the book includes a selection of classic works of fiction, poetry, history and a collection of nonfiction.
What you’ll findThere are a host of great books to choose from this year, including: “The Last Days of the Earth” by Paul Auster (1896)The Rise and Fall of the American Empire by Andrew Lang (1933)The War of the Worlds by James Joyce (1963)The Girl in the Mirror by Mary Shelley (1796) The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Jack London (1950)The Road to Serpents Head by Jane Austen (1800)The Colour Purple by Ernest Hemingway (1966)The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Robert Louis Stevenson (1900)The Great Gatsby by Benjamin Franklin (2012)The Big Sleep by Stephen King (2016)The Last Unicorn by Norman Spinrad (2000)The Wind in the Willows by William Goldman (2002) The Hunger Games by Jennifer Garner (2013) Lionel Lamb by Marguerite Duras (2010)The Lion King by Maura Tierney (2004)The Hunger Game: Catching Fire by Anna Paskova (2014)The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R Tolkien (1977)The Chronicles of Narnia by George R.
R Martin (2001)The Princess Bride by Gene Wilder and Julie Andrews (1987)The Hobbit by Peter Jackson (1978) American Psycho by Burt Ward (1986)The Good Wife by Julia Roberts (2008) A Wrinkle in Time by Cameron Crowe (2005) Babylon 5 by John Cassavetes (1997) Pulp Fiction by Joel and Ethan Coen and Quentin Tarantino (1994) Harry Potter by Brian De Palma (1996) Jurassic Park by David Silverman (1993) Life of Pi by Martin Scorcese (2009) Nerds by Steven Spielberg (2011) Wolverine by Bruce Campbell (2006) Catch 22 by Steve Martin and Christopher Walken to name a few.
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