This anthology of poetry, published in 1904, contains such favorites as The Raven, My Shadow, and The Village Blacksmith, as well as many lovely poems that may be unfamiliar. Most of the poems in... More > this collection are short enough for children to memorize. 280 pages< Less
The Exeter Book, Exeter Cathedral Library MS 3501, also known as the Codex Exoniensis, is a tenth-century book or codex which is an anthology of Anglo-Saxon poetry. It is one of the four major... More > Anglo-Saxon literature codices. The book was donated to the library of Exeter Cathedral by Leofric, the first bishop of Exeter. It is believed originally to have contained 131 leaves, of which the first 8 have been replaced with other leaves; the original first 8 pages are lost. The Exeter Book is the largest known collection of Old English literature that exists today.< Less
Forget everything you think you know about the internet. If you think nefarious web sites peddling a cocktail of scams, illegal pornography, racial hatred and vicious computer viruses was all you had... More > to worry about - think again. The government has banned access to the internet, dubbing it an illegal, unregulated zone. Sounds good news doesn't it, until you know that its replacement controls every aspect of your life, from digital content, provision of your gas, water and electricity, and all your money. With everything and everybody connected, we're all now potential targets if we oppose it.
Michael Robertson’s family has been murdered to protect the covert project linked to establishing a new UK internet. Piecing together what happened leads him to four hackers, vehemently opposed to the new network, who provide the only means to hunt down the killers. But uncovering the truth leads to industrial espionage and a plot that leads right to the heart of government as he seeks the truth behind the Codex file.< Less