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Island By Banksie , Erin Banks
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The Islander By Charles Whittlesey
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In 2155 there are two Americas: one for the wealthy and one for the poor. The wealthy control most of the land and all the technology, while the poor lead short and squalid lives confined to the... More > remnants of America's collapsed cities, known as Islands. The two cultures collide when Galen Fairchild, a young Islander, falls in love with Mata Vandermere, the daughter of a prosperous family from the modern city of Stratis. Like Romeo and Juliet, Galen and Mata struggle to stay together in the face of daunting opposition from family, friends, and many other forces. Their troubles finally lead them into the ghostlike ruins of downtown Minneapolis, where no Islander dares to go. Inside the crumbling skyscrapers, they discover a strange power linked to Galen's past, which not only changes his life forever, but also pits the two cultures against each other with cataclysmic results. For more information, see charleswhittlesey.blogspot.com< Less
The Islanders By Elizabeth Foster
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The story of a Philadelphia lawyer who builds a mansion on an island in Rangeley, Maine in 1888.
The Islanders By Elizabeth Foster
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The story of a Philadelphia lawyer who builds a mansion on an island in Rangeley, Maine
The Island By Caleb Bedford
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Ricky has got plenty of money, but he soon forgets about it when he finds himself forced to fight to the death on a series of islands. Also includes the short stories "Kidnapped" and... More > "The Woods".< Less
The Islanders By John Trelawny
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In 1775 a man was sentenced to be transported for seven years to the Mewstone, a barren rock off Plymouth Harbour in Devon. When he had served his sentence he took the tenancy of Looe Island in... More > Cornwall. His family prospered through their involvement in the flourishing trade of smuggling into Cornwall from the Channel Islands and France. This is the story of how a convicted felon was able to take over a fertile and prosperous living and bring up his family over three generations. It is a novel, based on a scattered and incomplete trail of true events< Less
The Islanders By John Trelawny
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In 1775 a man was sentenced to be transported for seven years to the Mewstone, a barren rock off Plymouth Harbour in Devon. When he had served his sentence he took the tenancy of Looe Island in... More > Cornwall. His family prospered through their involvement in the flourishing trade of smuggling into Cornwall from the Channel Islands and France. This is the story of how a convicted felon was able to take over a fertile and prosperous living and bring up his family over three generations. It is a novel, based on a scattered and incomplete trail of true events< Less
The Island By Alexander Malina
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The Island is a spiritual journey of a young man and woman in a world of uncertainty. The text covers the scorching quest of one man for meaning in the modern world, through the spiritual path of... More > ascetics. The journey of the young woman is that of self-discovery and the spiritual connection through body and soul. The novel is a philosophical work, written when the author was eighteen years old and camping without running water or electricity in the mountainous region of upstate New York, near the great Sacandaga River. While writing the work the author was deeply attracted to the works of Herman Hesse, Sri Chimnoy, the ancient Hindu texts known as the Vedas, and by the teachings of Buddhism. The Island is a love story about two lost souls within an uncertain world.< Less
The Island By Alexander Malina
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The Island is a spiritual journey of a young man and woman in a world of uncertainty. The text covers the scorching quest of one man for meaning in the modern world, through the spiritual path of... More > ascetics. The journey of the young woman is that of self-discovery and the spiritual connection through body and soul. The novel is a philosophical work, written when the author was eighteen years old and camping without running water or electricity in the mountainous region of upstate New York, near the great Sacandaga River. While writing the work the author was deeply attracted to the works of Herman Hesse, Sri Chimnoy, the ancient Hindu texts known as the Vedas, and by the teachings of Buddhism. The Island is a love story about two lost souls within an uncertain world.< Less
An Island Story By Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall
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An Island Story by Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall. A child's history of England from earliest legendary times delightfully retold. Beginning with the stories of Albion and Brutus, it relates all the... More > interesting legends and hero tales in which the history of England abounds through the end of the reign of Queen Victoria. This is a story book. There are many facts in school histories, that seem to children to belong to lessons only. Some of these you will not find here. But you will find some stories that are not to be found in your school books,–stories which wise people say are only fairy tales and not history. But it seems to me that they are part of Our Island Story, and ought not to be forgotten, any more than those stories about which there is no doubt.< Less