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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
Mortal Man By Kevin Ivers
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A little book of (mostly) free verse. Concepts focus on freedom, spirituality and self-determinism.
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
Mortal Dreams By Patricia Galvan
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Analey Rose is on her own at the young age of eighteen when she is suddenly plagued with nightmares of a woman she has never met being brutally attacked by an evil predator. Then the nightly visions... More > of a man who seems too perfect to be real begin. Analey moves to Shadowmist to start her life anew after living in foster care since the day she was born, but things become dangerously complicated when she falls for the man sent to protect her and for the stranger sent to kill her. Now her life has been thrown into a nightmare from which she may never awaken. Falling fast for these two natural born killers, Analey must choose which path her life should take. She must live through this great nightmare to reach the terrible realization of her true identity, that will lead her to her wonderful destiny.< Less
Mortal Dreams By Patricia Galvan
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Analey Rose is on her own at the young age of eighteen when she is suddenly plagued with nightmares of a woman she has never met being brutally attacked by an evil predator. Then the nightly visions... More > of a man who seems too perfect to be real begin. Analey moves to Shadowmist to start her life anew after living in foster care since the day she was born, but things become dangerously complicated when she falls for the man sent to protect her and for the stranger sent to kill her. Now her life has been thrown into a nightmare from which she may never awaken. Falling fast for these two natural born killers, Analey must choose which path her life should take. She must live through this great nightmare to reach the terrible realization of her true identity, that will lead her to her wonderful destiny.< 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
Mortal Dragon: The Death of Bruce Lee Explained By Duncan Alexander McKenzie R.N.
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He was the Kung Fu Superstar who shot to fame and dazzled us with his martial arts skills, and such was his strength, his fitness and his intensity that he seemed immortal. But all too soon, at the... More > age of only 32 years, he was suddenly dead. Rumours, speculation and innuendo have continued to swirl around the memory of his passing. Was he poisoned? Was he killed by illicit drugs? Was he killed by a mysterious kung fu technique inflicted upon him by a rival? Here, in this book, a Registered Nurse analyses in detail what actually happened to cause his death. His conclusions are fully referenced and researched in a comprehensive and rational analysis. Here, within the these pages, are the real reasons as to why this extraordinary and super-fit man suddenly died.< 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