Edward Bulwer-Lytton was a writer, politician, & member Parliament. He was very famous for his political work, as well as his historical-fiction books
Edward Lear (12 May, 1812 – 29 January, 1888) – poet, author, musician, and artist from England, remembered for his nonsense collections in the Book of Nonsense
Thomas Otway (3 March, 1652 – 14 April, 1685) was an dramatist, poet, and playwright from England. He is best known for his play Venice Preserv’d.
George Moore was an Irish novelist, poet, critic, and writer. Mr. Moore is often said to be the great modern Irish novelist, known for his book Esther Waters
This is an exciting, fast-paced, and well-written book. Mr. Follet crafts a great espionage chase of MI5 agents on the trail of Faber
John Milton (9 December, 1608 – 8 November, 1674) was an English poet whose epic poem Paradise Lost is considered to be one of the greatest works of literature
Gaiman lets the reader do a lot of the imagining, he stays away from overexplaining “how” or even “why” – many things are “just is”.
Edmund Morris (27 May 1940 – 24 May 2019) was an American Pulitzer Prize-winning writer, known for his biographies of Teddy Roosevelt and Ronald Reagan
Bruce Chatwin was a journalist, novelist, as well as a travel writer. His book, In Patagonia, established him in the travel book world
In this enthralling novel from author Kate Quinn, two women—a female spy recruited to the real-life Alice Network in France during WWWI