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People are often surprised when they learn a book they’ve never heard of has become a bestseller.

How do you know?

That book is probably a book from the wrong era or genre.

But what if you’ve never read it?

That’s where we come in.

We’re a trusted source for books you might have missed but can’t quite put your finger on, or books you’ve just heard of but haven’t yet read.

If you want to get the scoop on what’s hot and what’s trending right now, you’ve come to the right place.

Here are eight books we think you might want to know about.

1.

The Lost and Found by Stephen King It’s been a long time since Stephen King wrote a great novel, but his latest one might just be the best of his long career.

“The Lost and found,” out of print for years, is a sprawling tale of a man’s quest to uncover a missing girl, with no clear clues about who she is.

This is a book about the power of mystery, and it’s a great introduction to the genre.

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The Golden Age by Robert B. Parker What’s the golden age of the science fiction writer?

It’s hard to say.

A lot of it is down to the individual work, from the best-selling novels of Robert A. Heinlein to Robert Aickman, to the writers who were considered a step ahead of their time.

But the Golden Age is the golden time for science fiction.

It’s a period when there was a certain level of confidence that a new genre was possible, with a growing awareness of what could be done with it.

It was also a time when the genre could be seen as a kind of counterweight to the pulp novel.

It created a new kind of science fiction that was more sophisticated than the pulp fiction of yesteryear, but still grounded in the tropes of the old genre.

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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams This classic science fiction book has been around for decades, and its influence continues to be felt to this day.

Hitchhikers is the first science fiction story to have no obvious connection to the classic space-fantasy books.

Instead, it’s set in a world where humanity has colonized the solar system.

This story is a story about the search for our own home, and a journey into the unknown that’s never been told before.

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The Wheel of Time by George RR Martin This fantasy novel, set in the world of The Wheel Of Time, was first published in 1987, and the books adaptation has been a big hit since then.

A book that’s been adapted for TV, and adapted for film, it still holds up in a lot of ways.

But it’s also a timeless classic that’s still resonating with fans.

The story is set in an alternate world, where magic is a common occurrence.

It follows a young girl named Talina, who finds herself thrust into the world with an ancient prophecy.

It starts with an incredibly simple premise: she needs to find the Book of the Damned, a magical sword that will stop evil from coming to Earth.

That’s a pretty simple premise.

But in The Wheel, Talina and her friends travel around the world to search for the book.

The journey begins with the young girl having a dream where she finds herself in a giant, burning fortress, where a giant dragon attacks.

That dragon was once Talina’s father.

She’s then thrust into a life of dangerous and terrible combat, and she finds her father, dead.

This was the story of Talina searching for the Book Of The Damned and finding herself trapped in a dragon-infested fortress.

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The Chronicles of Narnia by J.R.

R Tolkien In the late 1940s, J. R. R Tolkien wrote the famous Narnian saga, and his novels have been adapted into a number of different films, television shows, and books.

But for many, the most famous story of them all is The Lord of the Rings.

In that story, Gandalf is a knight who travels through Middle Earth in search of the Ring.

The Lord Of The Rings is an epic story that spans many years and continents.

It has several different storylines, and there’s a lot to explore, both inside and outside of the world we know.

But there’s one story that stands out as one of the most iconic stories in the entire series.

It takes place in the years before the creation of the universe, and in the year before the Battle of the Five Armies.

The Fellowship Of The Ring is a very large group of heroes who travel through time and space in search for The Ring, but one of them, Bilbo Baggins, is killed in a battle.

After Bilbo’s death, he travels back in time and discovers that the Ring he was looking for had been lost.

He sets out to find it, and then he meets the mysterious Hobbits.