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Fathoms By Andrew Saltzman
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Fathoms Deep By Michelle Erickson
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After millennias of being taught to hate, can the Five most powerful Macshara in the world find a way to reach the free land without killing each other? Soline is the most feared of the Five. The... More > Sea Witch has her own agenda and mercy has never been part of the equation. Jaydren is as stubborn as the mountains he can move. He doesn’t know how to give up. Not even on Soline. Vael’s flames are unstable. He’s unwanted, but that doesn’t stop him from making plans to become the most powerful of the Five. Ammon’s gut tells him that Vael will be the death of them He just wishes he could convince Veya before it’s too late. Revaya has a secret that may get her killed, but there’s no way to keep it to herself, not on board a ship. Sooner or later, it will get out. Who knew being free would be so hard?< Less
Deep Fathom Study Guide By BookRags.com
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The Deep Fathom Study Guide contains a comprehensive summary and analysis of Deep Fathom by James Rollins. It includes a detailed Plot Summary, Chapter Summaries & Analysis, Character... More > Descriptions, Objects/Places, Themes, Styles, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion on Deep Fathom.< Less
Full Fathom Five By Galina Krasskova
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Full Fathom Five is a devotional dedicated to the Norse Deities of the sea: Ran, Aegir, Their Nine Daughters and Njord. It is the first full-color devotional from Asphodel press, with beautiful... More > photographs and illustrations on nearly every page. It offers a moving compilation of poems, prayers and personal accounts from people who love and honor these Gods. Respect for the ocean and its bounty is also discussed by those who have found that loving Gods of the sea means preserving that which is Their body. For anyone seeking to develop a relationship with these Gods, seeking a means of deepening a pre-existing relationship or for those who simply want to learn more, this devotional is a worthy addition to one's book hoard.< Less
Full Fathom Five By Galina Krasskova
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Full Fathom Five is a devotional dedicated to the Norse Deities of the sea: Ran, Aegir, Their Nine Daughters and Njord. It is the first full-color devotional from Asphodel press, with beautiful... More > photographs and illustrations on nearly every page. It offers a moving compilation of poems, prayers and personal accounts from people who love and honor these Gods. Respect for the ocean and its bounty is also discussed by those who have found that loving Gods of the sea means preserving that which is Their body. For anyone seeking to develop a relationship with these Gods, seeking a means of deepening a pre-existing relationship or for those who simply want to learn more, this devotional is a worthy addition to one's book hoard.< Less
Fathoms of the Key: The Journey Begins By Carson A. Bryant
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Many children Oliver’s age have overactive imaginations, but Oliver’s is out of control. As he struggles to determine whether he is awake or in a dream, Oliver’s school and personal... More > life fall apart. Worn out from a horrible Friday afternoon filled with lectures from his teacher, threats from his bus driver, and advice from his mother, Oliver escapes to the lake with his dog, Leeloo, for some rest and relaxation. Before their outdoor adventure ends, Oliver stumbles across a key in the woods that literally transforms his world into brittle glass. Fighting to escape with his life, Oliver wakes to find that he has been in a daydream. Later, when Oliver gets home, he is shocked that the key he found in his dream still exists. Driven by curiosity, he uses the key to open a door that leads him into a world created by his own thoughts. Until Oliver can learn to control his imagination, he will be lost forever in the fathoms of the key.< Less
The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom : Volume I (Illustrated) By Tobias Smollett
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“This situation is melodramatic rather than romantic, as the word is used technically in application to eighteenth and nineteenth-century literature. There is no little in Fathom, however,... More > which is genuinely romantic in the latter sense. Such is the imprisonment of the Countess in the castle-tower, whence she waves her handkerchief to the young Count, her son and would-be rescuer. And especially so is the scene in the church, when Renaldo (the very name is romantic) visits at midnight the supposed grave of his lady-love. While he was waiting for the sexton to open the door, his "soul . . . was wound up to the highest pitch of enthusiastic sorrow. The uncommon darkness, . . . the solemn silence, and lonely situation of the place, conspired with the occasion of his coming, and the dismal images of his fancy, to produce a real rapture of gloomy expectation, which the whole world could not have persuaded him to disappoint.”< Less
The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom : Volume II (Illustrated) By Tobias Smollett
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“This situation is melodramatic rather than romantic, as the word is used technically in application to eighteenth and nineteenth-century literature. There is no little in Fathom, however,... More > which is genuinely romantic in the latter sense. Such is the imprisonment of the Countess in the castle-tower, whence she waves her handkerchief to the young Count, her son and would-be rescuer. And especially so is the scene in the church, when Renaldo (the very name is romantic) visits at midnight the supposed grave of his lady-love. While he was waiting for the sexton to open the door, his "soul . . . was wound up to the highest pitch of enthusiastic sorrow. The uncommon darkness, . . . the solemn silence, and lonely situation of the place, conspired with the occasion of his coming, and the dismal images of his fancy, to produce a real rapture of gloomy expectation, which the whole world could not have persuaded him to disappoint.”< Less