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Arrow By Richard Helmling
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In the sequel to Slingshot and Boomerang, Newland Armstrong and Franny Mulligan have landed in Paris, but it's no vacation. It's 1982 and the Nazis not only control the city of lights, but the... More > former United States as well. Something went terribly wrong in the past and if they don't find a way to fix it, the world could remain in darkness forever.< Less
The Black Arrow By Robert Stevenson
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The Black Arrow tells the story of Richard Shelton during the Wars of the Roses: how he becomes a knight, rescues his lady Joanna Sedley, and obtains justice for the murder of his father, Sir Harry... More > Shelton.< Less
The Black Arrow... By Robert Louis Stevenson
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The Arrow of Gold By Joseph Conrad
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Set in Marseille during the Third Carlist War, The Arrow of Gold tells of a love triangle between three supporters of the Spanish Pretender.
Jupiter's Arrow By Zara Borthwick, Nicholas Arnold
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Jupiter’s Arrow Jupiter’s Arrow is an Epic story and a 21st Century masterpiece. The conflict between Titans and Gods tells a morality that exists in the modern world even though this... More > story, this epic, is set at the end of the ancient world. Visually stunning, follow the journey of the Titan and Valhalla as they set about to end the reign of Gods and the end of fear and manipulation moving into the Age of Love. The language is dry and open creating space and adventure, battles and themes that culminate in Jupiter’s Arrow. Jupiter’s Arrow establishes a genre in literature, this form realised as Mythological-fiction. Z & N Publishing< Less
Jupiter's Arrow By Zara Borthwick, Nicholas Arnold
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Jupiter’s Arrow is an Epic story and a 21st Century masterpiece. The conflict between Titans and Gods tells a morality that exists in the modern world even though this story, this epic, is set... More > at the end of the ancient world. Visually stunning, follow the journey of the Titan and Valhalla as they set about to end the reign of Gods and the end of fear and manipulation moving into the Age of Love. The language is dry and open creating space and adventure, battles and themes that culminate in Jupiter’s Arrow. Jupiter’s Arrow establishes a genre in literature, this form realised as Mythological-fiction. Z & N Publishing< Less
The Magic Arrow By Alexavier Perrier
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A fun book about how life is fun and time is limited to how long you have someone or something close to you that you like allot. I love panda's because they live for a very long time. This book is... More > dedicated to all of the sick children in a children's hospital.< Less
The Black Arrow By Robert Louis Stevenson
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In fifteenth-century England, when his father's murderer is revealed to be his guardian, seventeen-year-old Richard Shelton joins the fellowship of the Black Arrow in avenging the death, rescuing the... More > woman he loves, and participating in the struggle between the Yorks and Lancasters in the War of the Roses.< Less
The Golden Arrow By Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken
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Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken, with this new book, from the series of Blue Star Warrior, Sacred Inner-Light Sword, and the Golden Blue Bolt Star Method, bring insight to the sacred practice of... More > archery. "This book is dedicated to the space of practice, of an archer, the inner archer, that is ready to throw the arrow into the center of the vortex that lead us to the state of union with prime source. Archery is a sacred practice of union, and give us access to several forms and possibilities, levels and experiences of meditation, up to the state of total integration in own true nature."< Less
Arrows of Freethought By G. W. (George William) Foote
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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: George William Foote (11 January 1850 – 17 October 1915)... More > was a British secularist and journal editor.George William Foote was born in Plymouth.In his Reminiscences of Charles Bradlaugh he recalls coming to London in January 1868 with "plenty of health and very little religion". He was taken to Cleveland Hall by a friend, and "heard Mrs. [Harriet] Law knock the Bible about delightfully. She was not what would be called a woman of culture, but she had what some devotees of 'culchaw' do not posses—a great deal of natural ability..." A few weeks later Foote heard Charles Bradlaugh speaking at the hall. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_William_Foote< Less