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Words of Wisdom: Oscar Wilde
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Oscar Wilde is one of the most widely read Irish writers. He is best known for his remarkable novel "The Picture of Dorian Gray" and the play "The Importance of Being... More > Earnest." His American Lecture tour is very famous. It is said that he delivered 140 highly emphatic lectures in just nine months. He was a great orator who could keep the listeners attracted to his speech. His oratory was the combination of his deep thoughts, precise diction, and highly creative sentences. During his speeches and lectures, he would present his remarkable thoughts which became very popular in the literary world. Several of his famous lines, statements, and remarks have become very famous quotations now. The present book has a collection of several of his best statement and quotes which will definitely amuse and enlighten the readers.< Less
Quick Guide: Arrow of God
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The story is set in the 1920s. Ezeulu is confronted with the colonial powers and Christian missionaries. It is a kind of great ordeal for him. The title of the book “Arrow of God” is... More > highly significant because it has been drawn from an Igbo proverb. In this proverb a person, or sometimes an event, is said to represent God’s will. The book was the winner of the first ever Jock Campbell/New Statesman Prize for African writing. It is one of the most significant works in the African literature. Quick Guide: Arrow of God Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: More about "Arrow of God" Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Plot Overview Chapter Five: Complete Summary Chapter Six: Critical Analysis< Less
A Dream of Gods and Men
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The first book in a short series of fiction that depicts the journey of Adam Dauntry, from owner of a small home based pottery business in London to demigod and savior of humanity. Follow his steps... More > from London to Greece, Turkey, Libya, and Egypt as he tries to uncover the secret behind his existence and as he unravels the mystery of Atlantis, the lost city all the way to the mysteries of ancient gods and goddesses.< Less
The Ship-Master: A Novel of Viking Wirral
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A novel set in the Viking Age, in the area of the Irish Sea. A band of shipmen set out for an easy summer's trading, but the world has other ideas. Soon they are caught up in mutinies, bad deals and... More > the schemings of kings. Will they make it home safely before the onset of winter storms, and despite the best efforts of everyone around them to try and bring about their demise< Less
Shadows on a Stone Wall
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The story begins when Julia returns to Spain, the country where she was born, for her mother’s funeral. Although she was hoping to close the door on her difficult childhood and problematic... More > relationship with her mother, she is forced to revisit these early memories when a skeleton is unearthed on the border of her mother’s land. The ensuing homicide investigation involves not just Julia but also other inhabitants of the Spanish mountain village, and forces Julia to hire a lawyer to defend her mother’s name. As the investigation proceeds, however, her relationship with the lawyer becomes increasingly complex.< Less
Right of Succession
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The year is 1921. The Irish War of Independence is drawing to a close. The Hennessys, a successful farming family in the County Tipperary, having been previously untouched by the harsh reality of... More > guerrilla warfare, suddenly have it thrust upon them with savage brutality. Their hitherto peaceful existence is shattered as they are unwittingly immersed in the violent struggle and their efforts to survive are complicated by one family member's hidden agenda.< Less
The Mysterious Island
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A story of castaways, similar to Robinson Crusoe and The Swiss Family Robinson, this book details the escape from Civil War-era Richmond, Virginia, of five Northern men who dared to go aloft in a... More > balloon in the midst of a hurricane. Deposited on a lonely island in the Pacific, they make do with Yankee ingenuity where Chance has left them nothing. Only later do they find they have a hidden benefactor: Captain Nemo, of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, who resides, alone, secretly on the island. In time, the tiny colony becomes so prosperous that it is able to rescue another castaway from an island a hundred miles away. But all their work will come to naught – their island’s volcano is about to awake!< Less
Ramaluna: Sun Dancing With the Moon
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Love At First Sight
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The Heir Apparent to the throne of the Dragon Clan meets his future Queen. But will she live to marry him?
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«Towards the middle of the 12th century, Milan had conquered for herself a powerful supremacy throughout all of Upper Italy, and with the exception of the proud Genoa and the maritime Venetian... More > republic, all the cities of Lombardy acknowledged her sovereignty. Lodi, Pavia, and some few of the neighboring towns, had made bold attempts to assert their rights, but all their efforts were unsuccessful; and had only resulted in riveting more tightly their fetters, while the pride of the Milanese, and a desire for more extended power, increased in proportion to the failing strength of their adversaries...» This historical novel of Conrad v. Bolanden plays in the Northern Italy of the 12th century under the reign of the German Emperor Frederic Barbarossa.< Less
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