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The Mortal Man By Jae-Alexander Linsey
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David Thomas Webb, son of Norfolk Poet, Wendy Webb, tragically lost his life at the age of 19. He was a bright young man who, despite being autistic, had secured a place at university, studying for... More > his Computer Science Degree. This eclectic poetry collection has been compiled in tribute to David and in celebration of his life; and in aid of The National Autistic Society. The poems have been written in a variety of styles by poets from around the United Kingdom.< Less
Harmony of God and the Mortal Man By Daniel Poole
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Harmony of God is a creedal/poetical defense of Genesis, chapters one through three, along with a philosophical defense of Genesis one through three. It also contains the telomere conundrum which is... More > a challenge to evolutionists, both atheistic and theistic in their thinking, by presenting a quandary that hides within the conundrum itself.< Less
a memoir of mortality By kahlil hill
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During a time when society's psychological dynamic is slowly beginning to change, there arises revolutionary thoughts and beliefs that could alter how man defines his relation to the enigma known as... More > God and unveil the reasons for his existence. This book of introspection and thought chronicles the intellectual/emotional maturation and spiritual awakening of one man who seeks to understand the nature of God, society, and the self. It does not contain groundbreaking revelations, but it is the beginning of a series of books that hope to provide such a foundation.< Less
a memoir of mortality By kahlil hill
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During a time when society's psychological dynamic is slowly beginning to change, there arises revolutionary thoughts and beliefs that could alter how man defines his relation to the enigma known as... More > God and unveil the reasons for his existence. This book of introspection and thought chronicles the intellectual/emotional maturation and spiritual awakening of one man who seeks to understand the nature of God, society, and the self. It does not contain groundbreaking revelations, but it is the beginning of a series of books that hope to provide such a foundation.< Less
Dancing With Mortality By Mark McKay
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Harry Ellis, arriving in Dublin from New Zealand to do a post grad degree, is offered a part time translation job with British Intelligence, with disastrous consequences. He becomes obsessed with his... More > pursuit of the man he deems responsible, but even when the opportunity to resolve matters presents itself, his task remains unfinished. Twenty years later and with a new life in London, he is unexpectedly offered a second chance to find justice. But is time on his side?< Less
Tales not suitable for mortals By Richard Ramsey
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"Tales not suitable for mortals" is a magic book of legends and myths, that teach stories about Roma (Gypsy's), Angels, Witches, Lions, Giants, Dwarfs, Monsters, Princess', and a few... More > creatures you may not have heard of. This is not your childhood fairytales, these are darker tales, like the ancient legends before man.< Less
Greatest Works of Mary Shelley: Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus, Mathilda, The Last Man & The Mortal Immortal By Mary Shelley
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Mary Shelley (1797–1851) was an English novelist, best known for her novel Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus. She also edited the works of her husband, the poet and philosopher Percy... More > Bysshe Shelley. Mary Shelley employed the techniques of many different novelistic genres, most vividly the Godwinian novel, Walter Scott's new historical novel, and the Gothic novel. In the Last Man, an apocalyptic science fiction novel, the book tells of a future world that has been ravaged by a plague at the end of the 21st century. This collection, contains his best works, in their original editions: Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus, Mathilda, The Last Man & The Mortal Immortal.< Less
A Lone Man By Eric Smith
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A man’s life is murderously cut short, and from beyond he painfully watches his family continue to live without him.
The Inaction Man By Phillip Donnelly
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Inaction Man lives as a bum on the streets of Paris defending humanity against the forces of evil. He possesses the gift of sight, allowing him to see things that aren't really there, aided by the... More > consumption of copious amounts of methylated spirit vision juice. He also exploits his superhuman powers of inaction, which enable him to do nothing for a very long period of time. Together with his assistant, a broken bicycle called Symbol, and the world’s second great superhero, the Illogical Woman, he fights action with inaction. Watch him battle the dark pan-dimensional forces that surround us. From shape shifters masquerading as park attendants, to changelings who wear the skin of junkies, to vampire sewer rats and crack dwelling spectres. Only Inaction Man stands between us and the dark lords who wish to end time and space. A must read for all mortals. Let Inaction Man help you to escape the fatal fog of routine and stop your innards being ossified.< Less
Multidimensional Man By Jurgen Ziewe
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Leading a highly demanding professional life Jurgen Ziewe compensated by practicing intensive meditation to gain balance and spiritual inspiration. He soon discovered there was more to life when he... More > was catapulted out of his body into a parallel universe. For nearly forty years he kept a secret diary detailing his excursions, which reveal a fascinating alternate reality that awaits us once we leave our mortal bodies. The author discovered a multidimensional universe, which he could step into in full waking consciousness. He returned each time with breath-taking accounts of a world which forms not only the natural extension but the foundation of our physical universe. Jurgen Ziewe gives vivid and compelling accounts of meeting his deceased relatives, of interviewing the ‘dead’, and even of accompanying himself in a previous life. He describes with the zest of a travel journalist some of the mind-bending places he has visited, and recalls the excitement of unearthing the magical powers found there.< Less

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Left to Die Left to Die By Wes Rand
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