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Psyche Make Big Splash By Paul Taylor
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A collection of short stories, each centred on an unusual connection between two people: monks, background detailers, celebrity clones, islanders, check in girls, convicts and handbagdogs all make an... More > appearance in this darkly comic collection.< Less
Psyche Make Big Splash By Paul Taylor
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A collection of short stories, each centred on an unusual connection between two people: monks, background detailers, celebrity clones, islanders, check in girls, convicts and handbagdogs all make an... More > appearance in this darkly comic collection.< Less
The Way Of The Dragon By Martin Avery
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The Way Of The Dragon is an inspirational novel memoir, a spiritual autobiography, about a Westerner in the East who has a moment of profound epiphanic revelation after climbing Big Monk Mountain and... More > meditating in front of a dragon at an ancient Taoist temple compound in Dalian, China.< Less
Kasairyuu By Johnn Schroeder
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A luxury sailboat goes down off the coast of a Japanese island, leaving alive only a small baby boy. Raised by monks in a hidden temple, the boy with no name grows to manhood. His adopted Father,... More > the Master Monk searches and find the boy has a family, in far off Boston, a grandmother in America, and she wants him to return. The boy become a man, David Ferguson, begins a journey to the family he thought lost to him. His return opens a new page in his life, and may end it, for his presence alters long laid plans, and murder is not too big a step for those who want him dead. To protect his grandmother and the woman he loves, he must use an ancient assassin’s martial arts technique, the 'Kasairyuu' (stone wind) named after the devastating pyroclastic explosions of a volcano. It gives the user deadly power and speed, but only for a short time. David Ferguson must protect those he loves at any cost, maybe even with his own life.< Less
Kasairyuu By Johnn Schroeder
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A luxury sailboat goes down off the coast of a Japanese island, leaving alive only a small baby boy. Raised by monks in a hidden temple, the boy with no name grows to manhood. His adopted Father,... More > the Master Monk searches and find the boy has a family, in far off Boston, a grandmother in America, and she wants him to return. The boy become a man, David Ferguson, begins a journey to the family he thought lost to him. His return opens a new page in his life, and may end it, for his presence alters long laid plans, and murder is not too big a step for those who want him dead. To protect his grandmother and the woman he loves, he must use an ancient assassin’s martial arts technique, the 'Kasairyuu' (stone wind) named after the devastating pyroclastic explosions of a volcano. It gives the user deadly power and speed, but only for a short time. David Ferguson must protect those he loves at any cost, maybe even with his own life.< Less
Short Stories Volume 2 By Burr Cook
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A book containing 7 short stories which are also sold separately (1) Iran is planning an attack on the US. The US retaliates with an experimental weapon but the attempt backfires and the president... More > and many high government officials are trapped in a bunker. A young man, a technical wizard and a nerd saves the day. (2) An alcoholic has a fantasy dream about living in the ice age. (3) A spy story in which a secret experiment in Germany involving changing DNA in a human egg creates a super strong man who escapes from the laboratory and hides out in northern Canada. (4) A Western (5) A story of a slave. (6) Pilgrims and Native Americans meet (7) Total nonsense story about a mental patient who is mistaken for a Buddhist monk.< Less
Kaifaqu, I Love You: A Canadian Poet In China By Martin Avery
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Kaifaqu, I Love You: A Canadian Poet In China, by Martin Avery, is a collection of poems about love and enlightenment set in a city of seven million between the Black Mountains and the Yellow Sea,... More > called Dalian, in a special part of the city that has an urban core like Manhattan with a mountain backdrop called Daheishan or Big Monk Mountain.< Less
Three Pieces of good Advice By Stephen Badman
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The Devil might dress himself up as a business man, but he can’t disguise his hooves. What do you do when a bear knocks on your door and demands your youngest daughter? St. Peter sleeps in a... More > bread oven and a monk sets to sea on a millstone. Teaching geese to speak Latin and a boy so big that he sleeps on the roof and still his feet touch the ground. Then there’s the hound that’s stuck to the fox that’s stuck to the goose that’s stuck to the girl who’s stuck to the boy who’s stuck to his mistress who’s stuck to the monk who’s being thrashed unmercifully by a magic stick – you’ll find them all in Three Pieces of good Advice.< Less
Three Pieces of good Advice By Stephen Badman
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The Devil might dress himself up as a business man, but he can’t disguise his hooves. What do you do when a bear knocks on your door and demands your youngest daughter? St. Peter sleeps in a... More > bread oven and a monk sets to sea on a millstone. Teaching geese to speak Latin and a boy so big that he sleeps on the roof and still his feet touch the ground. Then there’s the hound that’s stuck to the fox that’s stuck to the goose that’s stuck to the girl who’s stuck to the boy who’s stuck to his mistress who’s stuck to the monk who’s being thrashed unmercifully by a magic stick – you’ll find them all in Three Pieces of good Advice.< Less
The Floating World of Science By Alan Mackay
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The Floating World of Science Scientists inhabit a kind of Floating World of their own, a kind of Global Village, in which they have friends, or friends of friends, everywhere. Rather like the... More > members of a religious order, they can go to any laboratory dealing with their field of study and be hospitably received. Travel is part work, part pleasure, part state of mind. Scientific travelers could be described as pilgrims taking the Golden Road to Samarkand (to study at the “big machine” - the Observatory of Ulugh Beg, of course), 'for lust of knowing what should not be known'. Others perhaps see the scientists as more like the mendicant monks of Japan who go round with their heads in baskets playing the flute and knocking at doors to beg for food.< Less

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