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Pantheon #2 By Josh Deitch & Scott Bruno
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Ulysses continues his investigation into the murder of Circe, which brings him deeper into the corner of this world inhabited by the gods of old.
The Problem With Management By Peter A Hunter
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The Problem with Management - And how to Solve It, is a collection of stories about workforce Engagement. What is Engagement, the effect it has, stories of what happens and how much it is worth when... More > the workforce are allowed to Engage, what managers do that prevent Engagement from happening, what happened to allow different workforces to Engage, what it meant to them and what it meant to the organisations they were a part of. Subtitled "The Engagement Handbook" because without any agenda or vested interest the readers can discover for themselves, through these stories, almost any aspect of Engagement, what the benefits are and how to get them, what happens when we don't allow the workforce to Engage and the consequences of disengagement. Members of the workforce will recognise in "Engagement" a description of an ideal world that they never thought they would experience at work. Managers will recognise what to do to create that environment for their workforce, and why they should do it.< Less
An Exposition of the Odyssey of Homer By Daniel Zimmermann
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Twenty years elapsed before Odysseus returned from the Trojan War. He lost his entire fleet and suffered many woes. Everyone thought he was dead, and a host of suitors barged into the house of... More > Odysseus and demanded that his wife Penelope marry one of them.When Telemachus, the son of Odysseus, was old enough to assert himself, the suitors unsuccessfully tried to kill him. When Odysseus finally returned, he succeeded in overcoming the suitors and resumed his rightful place as the king of Ithaca.< Less
Tanglewood Tales By Nathaniel Hawthorne
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In Tanglewood Tales (written as a follow-up to A Wonder Book for Girls & Boys), Nathaniel Hawthorne presents six more stories adapted from Greek mythology: The Minotaur (Theseus and the... More > Minotaur), The Pygmies (Hercules and Antaeus the giant), The Dragon’s Teeth (Cadmus and the founding of Thebes), Circe’s Palace (Odysseus and Circe), The Pomegranate Seeds (Pluto’s abduction of Proserpina) and The Golden Fleece (Jason and the Argonauts). This new digital edition of Tanglewood Tales includes an image gallery.< Less
Tanglewood Tales By Nathaniel Hawthorne
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In Tanglewood Tales (written as a follow-up to A Wonder Book for Girls & Boys), Nathaniel Hawthorne presents six more stories adapted from Greek mythology: The Minotaur (Theseus and the... More > Minotaur), The Pygmies (Hercules and Antaeus the giant), The Dragon’s Teeth (Cadmus and the founding of Thebes), Circe’s Palace (Odysseus and Circe), The Pomegranate Seeds (Pluto’s abduction of Proserpina) and The Golden Fleece (Jason and the Argonauts).< Less
Tanglewood Tales By Nathaniel Hawthorne
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In Tanglewood Tales (written as a follow-up to A Wonder Book for Girls & Boys), Nathaniel Hawthorne presents six more stories adapted from Greek mythology: The Minotaur (Theseus and the... More > Minotaur), The Pygmies (Hercules and Antaeus the giant), The Dragon’s Teeth (Cadmus and the founding of Thebes), Circe’s Palace (Odysseus and Circe), The Pomegranate Seeds (Pluto’s abduction of Proserpina) and The Golden Fleece (Jason and the Argonauts).< Less
Island of Submission Volume 1 By Jim Felker
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The Goddess Circe is planning a war against all of humanity but, first she needs a pawn. She finds what she needs in the form of the young Arden Green and soon, kidnaps her and brings her to the... More > island of Aeaea but, will Arden submit to her? and just what is the power inside Arden anyway that makes Circe think she is of divine heritage. Find out in this Dark fantasy tale.< Less
Kreepy Komix By Mini Komix
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Kreepy Komix breaks open Bronze Age black magic with 1970s horror comics. Explore the complete Sagas of Frankenstein's Monster and Kromag the Killer. Also, learn the Dance Macabre, an enormous amazon... More > causes Group Jeopardy, get drawn into the Circle of Circe, Dax the Damned finds The Paradise Tree, robots begin The Massacre of Mankind, ships ahoy in The Cursing of Captain Skull, and reincarnation replays The Screaming Woman! 100 Big Pages!< Less
Out of Court Settlement By Lucy Rutherford
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When the courts pitifully low sentencing leaves criminals free to re-offend, justice is certainly not seen to be done. That is until magistrate, victims champion and gin-lover Circe Byrne has had... More > enough of playing by the rules and turns vigilante. Assisted by products from her Lakeland catalogue, the campaign puts a notorious estate in fear and the crime rate drops dramatically. Detective Sergeant Lorcan O’Leary is tasked with finding the cause of the change in criminal behaviour. He is hampered by limited police funding, an irate Assistant Chief Constable, and a father with an exhibitionist form of dementia. The police are very suspicious about the reasons for this unexplained improvement in the figures, whereas local politicians are keen to take all the credit. Circe just manages to keep ahead of the police investigations, but they need to find their vigilante before the serial killer watching her gets there first.< Less
THE CHURCH PARADOX By moses muhoza
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Christian or not, you have been told much or less about the church but not about it‘s paradox. Ironically, the word church itself is not originated from the earlier Christian’s daily... More > apply. Though at a certain period of time it was introduced in the old English, it was pronounced “Circe”. In fact, Circe was a Greek goddess, called Ceres in the Roman mythology. You will discover that, in order to cheat on Christians, the Greek mythology was promoted step by step by a certain group of deceivers to become the modern Christianity we know today. This volume describes how in the universe of deceptions the Greek mythology succeeded to become one of the fastest producing machines to manufacture billions of fake church members every Sunday. Serious care has been taken to guarantee that the data exhibited in this book is accurate.< Less

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