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The Tales of the Chosen: Phoenix Fire By Matthew Faulkner
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“Wait, I am slipping, help, catch me!” “The parachute failed, catch her! The trees, ah! Is she okay?” “Their coming, their coming. Run! I do not see them, where are... More > they?” “Watch out for the hatchet!” “Wait, sir, please help us! Please, my friend is bleeding, oh dear, please help!” “Quick, get her inside!” “Who are you?” “Oh my, is she going to make it?” Come read the chilling adventures of Gingerbread, Cherry, and Commander Trizzy attempt to save the world.< Less
FEAR JUNCTION By Greg Evans
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This novel is a horror dealing with a supernatural evil that has the ability to possess a person who then unwillingly commits unspeakable acts of horror when they otherwise would be normal members of... More > the community. Fourteen year-old Stella Rose witnesses her sister attacked in the woods by a hatchet-weilding madman possessed by a hundred-year old evil spirit. With her father away on business as he always seems to be, and her alcoholic mother teetering on the edge of madness, Stella Rose finds herself alone in the town being terrorized by evil and madness where no one can be trusted, and nothing is what it seems. Fear Junction, Oregon Chief of Police Willie Troth is in a race against the clock to capture the madman before he kills again. What is doesn't know yet, is that capturing madman is only part of the solution. There is only one way to destroy evil and only young Stella Rose knows the secret.< Less
Red Zen By Jason Earls
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Saul Summerblend has a bizarre memory problem. And his Zen master, Bodhee, says he should travel to the dwarf planet Ceres to fix it. Along the way Saul meets a thirty-foot magic square whose... More > diagonals and rows sum to 666, encounters a group of drunken Vikings and evil dwarves, works some campy mathematics and overhears amusing CB radio conversations, fights a visionary with a penchant for wrestling masks and flipping off cars all day on main street, invents neologisms like deemkrite and freeganidge. He also learns of a mystical book called 'Red Zen: Way of the Butterfly' and attempts to solve a few koans about kangaroos, split toe nails, and carts filled with hatchets. Will Saul fix his strange memory problem Will he even make it back to Earth alive< Less
Survivors Of The Chancellor By Jules Verne
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In what is one of Verne's more serious and more deadly novels, a small group of passengers set forth from the United States on a sailing trip to England when the worst thing happens. A fire breaks... More > out deep inside the cargo that cannot be quenched. In spite of everything that they try, the ship eventually must be partially dismantled while time allows and a large raft built. It can hold them all but cannot hold all of the food or water they will require. This is the story taken from the notes of one of the passengers. It tells, in gruesome details, the struggles the crew and passengers undergo as they fight to survive both their situation and each other. Be warned that the story includes a bloody mutiny, hatchet attacks, starvation, disease, suicide, death by shark, and other horrible things. And yet, it is a tale of hope and of triumph over the worst nature can dish out. This edition contains all 46 of the original illustrations, restored for best viewing, by the artist, Éduoard Riou.< Less
CHILDREN'S CLASSICS In Dramatic Form By $2 Publishing House
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This book is intended to accomplish three distinct purposes: first, to arouse a greater interest in oral reading; second, to develop an expressive voice—sadly lacking in the case of most... More > Americans; and third, to give freedom and grace in the bodily attitudes and movements which are involved in reading and speaking. The stories given are for the most part adaptations of favorite tales from folklore,--Andersen, Grimm, Aesop, and the Arabian Nights having been freely drawn upon. CONTENTS THE TRAVELLERS AND THE HATCHET THE OLD MAN AND HIS GRANDSON THE CROW AND THE FOX THE MILLER, HIS SON, AND THEIR DONKEY EACH IN HIS OWN PLACE WHAT THE GOODMAN DOES IS ALWAYS RIGHT THE CAT AND THE MOUSE THE GIRL WHO TROD ON THE LOAF THE UGLY DUCKLING THE RED SHOES THE STORY OF ALI COGIA THE WILD SWANS THE TWO COUNTRYMEN THE MAN AND THE ALLIGATOR THE SONG IN THE HEART THE EMPEROR’S TEST CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS< Less
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Learn Carpentry Skills By James Slough Zerbe
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Carpentry is the oldest of the arts, and it has been said that the knowledge necessary to make a good carpenter fits one for almost any trade or occupation requiring the use of tools. The hatchet,... More > the saw, and the plane are the three primal implements of the carpenter. The value is in knowing how to use them. The institution of Manual Training Schools everywhere is but a tardy recognition of the value of systematic training in the use of tools. There is no branch of industry which needs such diversification, in order to become efficient. The skill of the blacksmith is centered in his ability to forge, to weld, and to temper; that of the machinist depends upon the callipered dimensions of his product; the painter in his taste for harmony; the mason on his ability to cut the stone accurately; and the plasterer to produce a uniform surface. But the carpenter must, in order to be an expert, combine all these qualifications, in a greater or less degree, ...< Less
Red Zen By Jason Earls
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Saul Summerblend has a bizarre memory problem. And his Zen master, Bodhee, says he should travel to the dwarf planet Ceres to fix it. Along the way Saul meets a thirty-foot magic square whose... More > diagonals and rows sum to 666, encounters a group of drunken Vikings and evil dwarves, works some campy mathematics and overhears amusing CB radio conversations, fights a visionary with a penchant for wrestling masks and flipping off cars all day on main street, invents neologisms like deemkrite and freeganidge. He also learns of a mystical book called 'Red Zen: Way of the Butterfly' and attempts to solve a few koans about kangaroos, split toe nails, and carts filled with hatchets. Will Saul fix his strange memory problem? Will he even make it back to Earth alive?< Less
Aubrey Beardsley: 120 Masterpieces By Maria Tsaneva
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Aubrey Vincent Beardsley (1872 – 1898) was an English illustrator and author. His drawings in black ink, influenced by the style of Japanese woodcuts, emphasized the grotesque, the decadent,... More > and the erotic. He was a leading figure in the Aesthetic movement which also included Oscar Wilde and James A. McNeill Whistler. Beardsley's contribution to the development of the Art Nouveau and poster styles was significant, despite the brevity of his career before his early death from tuberculosis. Beardsley was a public as well as private eccentric. He said, "I have one aim—the grotesque. If I am not grotesque I am nothing." Wilde said he had "a face like a silver hatchet, and grass green hair." Beardsley was meticulous about his attire: dove-grey suits, hats, ties; yellow gloves. He would appear at his publisher's in a morning coat and patent leather pumps.< Less
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