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Billy Goat Hill By Richard Gardner
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It is a rocky outcrop in the landscape, meriting no more than a curious passing glance. Yet Billy Goat Hill is the anchor around which the lives of two boy-men, separated by centuries, will... More > eventually meet. From the dwindling resistence of the Waoraneck Indians, to the pompous maneuverings of small town 21st Century politics, the tale of Yahi and Kirk is at times rollicking and heart-wrenching, violent and bawdy. Billy Goat Hill will connect with the reader in ways that are sometimes jolting in their truth.< Less
Billy Goat Hill By Richard Gardner
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It is a rocky outcrop in the landscape, meriting no more than a curious passing glance. Yet Billy Goat Hill is the anchor around which the lives of two boy-men, separated by centuries, will... More > eventually meet. From the dwindling resistence of the Waoraneck Indians, to the pompous maneuverings of small town 21st Century politics, the tale of Yahi and Kirk is at times rollicking and heart-wrenching, violent and bawdy. Billy Goat Hill will connect with the reader in ways that are sometimes jolting in their truth.< Less
Nightmare Abbey By Thomas Love Peacock
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Nightmare Abbey is a Gothic topical satire in which the author pokes light-hearted fun at the romantic movement in contemporary English literature, in particular its obsession with morbid subjects,... More > misanthropy and transcendental philosophical systems. Most of the characters in the novel are based on historical figures whom Peacock wishes to pillory. Nightmare Abbey was the third of Thomas Love Peacock's novels. It was originally published published in June 1818< Less
Last man out of Europe By Roger Cottrell
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A reinterpretation of George Orwell's 1984 as a crime thriller set in an alternative history. This fast paced novel also places Orwell's own politics in their historical context and asks some... More > interesting questions about contemporary Britain, America and the war in Iraq.< Less
Last man out of Europe By Roger Cottrell
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A reinterpretation of George Orwell's 1984 as a crime thriller set in an alternative history. This fast paced novel also places Orwell's own politics in their historical context and asks some... More > interesting questions about contemporary Britain, America and the war in Iraq.< Less
The Significance of Sinclair Lewis By Stuart Pratt Sherman
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This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing... More > imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original. I do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible.< Less
What If The British Had Won? By Igor Kryan, PhD
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“What if the British Had Won?” is a great historical essay and hilarious political satire written by a famous author Igor Kryan. Must read
What If the British Had Won? By Igor Kryan
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“What If The British Had Won?” is a great historical essay and hilarious political satire written by a famous author Igor Kryan. Must read
Lochglen 1 By Chaz Wood
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Scotland, 1933... Recently ensconced at St. Saviours' University, young William Stanley MacFaddyen has desires to become a romantic poet, an author of historical adventure novels, and above all, a... More > successful student. Unfortunately, Robert Burns' views on the "best laid plans of mice and men" soon prove to be correct. Starting badly when the puritanical dean of St. Saviours', MacKillick, orders him to cut his flowing hair, things quickly start to run out of control. Trying to escape reality by retreating into the world of his own novel, "The Sword of Lochglen", the two worlds of fact and fiction collide. And when he is introduced to St. Saviours' newly-arrived first lady lecturer, Dr. Jean MacKenzie, life becomes very complicated indeed. Mature readers only. Contains some Scottish dialect language which may be incomprehensible to non-natives.< Less
Sword of Lochglen Issue 2 By Chaz Wood
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Scotland, 1933... Recently ensconced at St. Saviours' University, young William Stanley MacFaddyen has desires to become a romantic poet, an author of historical adventure novels, and above all, a... More > succesful student. Realising he has fallen hopelessly in love with his tutor, Dr. Jeanette Mackenzie, MacFaddyen finds a finds a serious obstruction to his romantic ambitions in the form of her stoic and snobbish husband, Gregor. Deciding to use the grim facts of his life as fuel for his fantasy fiction, MacFaddyen casts those around him as the heroes and villains in his epic novel, 'The Sword of Lochglen'. As reality begins to blur, life begins to get very complicated indeed... This is the second part of the complete and utterly unexpurgated confessions of William Stanley MacFaddyen.< Less

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