The Works of Ernest Hemingway, now available as HarperPerennial Classics ebooks!

Did you know that Ernest Hemingway (1899 – 1961) is the author of 7 novels, 6 short stories, and 2 works of non-fiction?

He also received a Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 1953 and a Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954 for his work, The Old Man and the Sea, and is considered to be one of the most influential writers of the 20th-century.

What did you say?  You’ve never read one of Papa Hemingway’s books?  Well, here is a list of  Ernest Hemingway e-book titles you should check out! And the best part? Right now these classics are on sale for only 99 cents each!

1. A Farewell to Arms

This is Ernest Hemingway’s most well-known and celebrated work of fiction.

It’s an epic love story about an American ambulance driver and a British V.A. D., and set during WWI. Available on: iTunes, Kobo, Kindle, Google, Sony.

2. The Torrents of Spring

Hemingway examines the way of life of writers in this novella. Available on: iTunes, Kobo, Kindle, Google, Sony.

3. For Whom the Bell Tolls

Robert Jordan, an American fighting in Spain, falls in love with a beautiful woman named Maria in this brilliant novel, which is considered to be Hemingway’s greatest literary triumph, and has been adapted for movies, television, and stage. Available on: iTunes, Kobo, Kindle, Google.

4. The Old Man and the Sea

Cuban fisherman, Santiago, hits the jackpot in the Gulf Stream after spending 84 days without catching a fish.  Santiago catches a marlin, a fish so large he is unable to pull it in, and he spends the next two days and two nights getting pulled along by the giant fish.  Will he manage to triumph over the marlin? Available on: iTunes, Kobo, Kindle, Google.

5. The Sun Also Rises

Set in Pamplona, this is a love story about American and British expatriates, Jake Barnes and Lady Brett Ashley. Available on: iTunes, Kobo, Kindle, Google.

6. To Have and Have Not

Harry Morgan is left behind in Cuba by his fishing-charter customer, Mr. Johnson, and the only way he can find a way to pay for his fare back to Florida is to help smuggle Chinese immigrants into Florida from Cuba.

This story is told through multiple narrators, which provides the reader with multiple perspectives into the lives of the “have” and “have not.” Available on:iTunes, Kobo, Kindle, Google, Sony.

7. Across the River and into the Trees

Colonel Richard Cantwell is faced with the last day of his life, and as he sits and reflects about his life as a soldier, he also reminisces about his love for a young Venetian woman named Renata, and the beauty of Venice. Available on: iTunes, Kobo, Kindle, Google, Sony.

Happy Reading!

– Stephanie

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