Martin's novels, however, do not have a simplistic worldview, according to the producers.
Cairo was always there in both my novels before and in the majority of the short stories.
Its protagonist is a young Derek Strange, who appears in three other novels as a middle-aged man.
Arbor House wants to buy the next two Leonard novels for $3 million.
Louis B. Jones is the author of the novels Ordinary Money, Particles and Luck, and California's Over.
I have wasted all afternoon in looking at a box of novels from Melland's.
novels are taken up to amuse the vacant hour—in this consists their use.
I come to a group of novels of which the chief aim of all except two is entertainment.
Hinde had read it and thought it was as good as most first novels.
Among Hungarian novels we may distinguish four dominant genres or tendencies.
"new, strange, unusual," early 15c., but little used before 1600, from Old French novel, nouvel "new, young, fresh, recent; additional; early, soon" (Modern French nouveau, fem. nouvelle), from Latin novellus "new, young, recent," diminutive of novus "new" (see new).
"fictitious narrative," 1560s, from Italian novella "short story," originally "new story," from Latin novella "new things" (cf. Middle French novelle, French nouvelle), neuter plural or fem. of novellus (see novel (adj.)). Originally "one of the tales or short stories in a collection" (especially Boccaccio's), later (1630s) "long work of fiction," works which had before that been called romances.
A novel is like a violin bow; the box which gives off the sounds is the soul of the reader. [Stendhal, "Life of Henri Brulard"]