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Not Good Poetry By Jacob Landrum
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In "Not Good Poetry," poet Jacob Landrum explores what it means to become himself. All his life he's been told that being different is best, but after going to poetry slams and seeing the... More > same thing over and over again, he finds that he is happier writing than reciting, and decides to write a book of poetry that is better than anything he's ever said out loud. Here is the product. Covering topics like life, love, and society, Landrum is a poet that doesn't care how unconventional his poetry his: he writes for him, and that's the message he is sending with this, his first published work.< Less
Good Vibrations By CB Barrie
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This story parodies the illogical and wholly unreasonable aspects of the way the law works. How its quest for ‘justice’ often leads to injustice, and how its rigid and inflexible approach... More > to ‘due process’ makes a mockery of fairness, and hands down bizarre judgements. The insistence that everything must be resolved in court under the public gaze, creates ridiculous situations that do nothing to dignify the rightness of the justice system. On the contrary, it shames it. Just such a story is that of Edmund Lincoln. It’s the fourth time ram raiders have wrecked Edmund Lincoln’s nationally famous audio and HI-Fi business, and he’s facing ruin. Exorbitant and restricted insurance, and the totally inept police investigations, mean he has little chance of recovering anything lost or receiving adequate recompense (....)< Less
Good Sense By Paul Henri Thiry, baron d' Holbach
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Paul-Henri Thiry, Baron d'Holbach (French: [dɔlbak]),... More > was a French-German author, philosopher, encyclopedist and prominent figure in the French Enlightenment. He was born Paul Heinrich Dietrich in Edesheim, near Landau in the Rhenish Palatinate, but lived and worked mainly in Paris, where he kept a salon. He was well known for his atheism and for his voluminous writings against religion, the most famous of them being The System of Nature (1770).Sources differ regarding d'Holbach's dates of birth and death. His exact birthday is unknown, although records show that he was baptised on 8 December 1723. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baron_d%27Holbach< Less
The Good Eye By Dan Harrington
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‘The Good Eye’ is a rather vicious story about a couple of really nice college kids in Vermont who fall in love and work to begin their happy lives together - while around them; young... More > women are being abducted and forced to endure unspeakable acts perpetrated by an internet-savvy nutcase and his very classy girlfriend. We meet the villain in the second chapter, engaged in his own peculiar brand of villainy, and we discover that for a kidnapping, torturing, rapist-murderer; he’s really just a sweet guy who found a way to make a buck doing what he loves. We meet his latest victim as well. Mature Content: explicit sex, rape, violence and language.< Less
White Goods By Sylvie Hoffmann & Aimé Kongolo
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This short play is based on the true story of a young man, a refugee from a country in Africa riven by civil war. He befriends an old lady in Swansea (Wales, UK) and when she dies, she leaves him a... More > fridge-freezer. But -- having been refused asylum, therefore denied all state support and denied the right to work, made homeless and destitute -- he has nothing to chill in his prized possession... All proceeds to Swansea Bay Asylum Seekers Support Group. ISBN 978-0-9562409-8-9. All proceeeds to Swansea Bay Asylum Seekers Support Group (www.hafan.org). Revised edition following Refugee Week 2010 performances in Swansea and Pontardawe; script contributions by Derek Cobley (director) and cast members. **More Hafan Books at www.lulu.com/hafan< Less
White Goods By Sylvie Hoffmann & Aimé Kongolo
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This short play is based on the true story of a young man, a refugee from a country in Africa riven by civil war. He befriends an old lady in Swansea (Wales, UK) and when she dies, she leaves him a... More > fridge-freezer. But -- having been refused asylum, therefore denied all state support and denied the right to work, made homeless and destitute -- he has nothing to chill in his prized possession... All proceeds to Swansea Bay Asylum Seekers Support Group. ISBN 978-0-9562409-8-9. All proceeeds to Swansea Bay Asylum Seekers Support Group (www.hafan.org). Revised edition following Refugee Week 2010 performances in Swansea and Pontardawe; script contributions by Derek Cobley (director) and cast members. **More Hafan Books at www.lulu.com/hafan< Less
Good Enough By Simone Aliya
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This collection of narrative poems illuminates the life-affirming power of storytelling. Portraying the rough texture of a fictional Vermont community, the author first weaves a tapestry of quirky... More > characters all desperate for human connection. She bases many of these characters on individuals in the town where she went to college in Vermont. Her work at a coffee shop in this town inspired the "human landscape" she sketches at the end of the book. In a café in Vermont, such calloused characters as the ones from the beginning unite. Between the Vermont poems, the author illustrates her experience growing up as a third-generation Holocaust survivor. Crystallizing pain into writing, she emerges from the silence and trauma inherited from her father and grandmother. In another poem, she shares her story of losing a romantic relationship. These two middle pieces reveal language as a means not only of connection, but also of navigating emotions that range from desperation and obsession to faith and love.< Less
The Good Soldier By Ford Madox Ford
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The Good Soldier Švejk (pronounced [ˈʃvɛjk]), also spelled Schweik or Schwejk) is the abbreviated title of an unfinished satirical/dark comedy novel by Jaroslav Hašek.... More > The original Czech title of the work is Osudy dobrého vojáka Švejka za světové války, literally The Fateful Adventures of the Good Soldier Švejk During the World War. It is the most translated novel of Czech literature.Švejk has become the Czech national personification. [citation needed]The novel was originally illustrated by Josef Lada and more recently also by Czech illustrator Petr Urban.Hašek originally intended Švejk to cover a total of six volumes, but had completed only three (and started on the fourth) upon his death from heart failure on January 3, 1923. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Good_Soldier_%C5%A0vejk Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
The Good Sinner By Elizabeth Schmeidler
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~Ellie Hall is completely alone in the world. Having recently lost her beloved grandparents, she throws caution to the wind, venturing a move to a new state and completely foreign way of... More > life. Defense Attorney, Royce Morgan is living the good life—Success. Money. Women. The last thing he wants to deal with is a pure-heart, country bumpkin for an assistant. However, with a new high-profile capital murder case thrust upon him, he hires Ellie despite his reservations. In the ensuing days and weeks, the tension created from their clashing personalities ignites, but quickly pales in light of the tangible evil, danger, and web of deceit that swiftly entangles them. As the two work together for justice, they are shaken to the very core of their being—where, they discover, both virtue and vice are at war. A plot-twisting, page-turner of suspense, mystery, and redemption, The Good Sinner, will invoke passionate emotions and leave the reader to ponder long after the last word is devoured.~< Less
The Pigeon Man By Clare Goode
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‘The Pigeon Man’ is the first short story in a series, from this talented new author. It recounts the tale or rather horror story experienced by a commuter on what should have been an... More > ordinary daily commute to work. An ideal short read to set you up for the day, and leave you wondering just what might be in-store the next time you travel to work! Fantastic!< Less

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