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Poems Every Child Should Know By Codex
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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 Codex By Ayden Carpenter
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The Codex is a minor book in The Journalist Trilogy. It basically introduces the Trilogy and has a preview of the first chapter in "Herb" the first major book.
CODEX By Philip Carra
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"There is a force in our world that is above everything, an all-powerful being beyond space and time as we understand them. This being creates and guides all things. I do not understand its... More > ultimate reality. I am merely a vehicle for its will. I call it CODEX." - Zahira Raqiyah Uzma< Less
CODEX By Wormwood House
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A collection of dark, horrific stories by some up and coming authors that should scare the hell out of you.
CODEX By Wormwood House
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A collection of dark, horrific stories by some up and coming authors that should scare the hell out of you.
Horsemen of Mars By Codex Regius
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The award-winning science novel The Horsemen of Mars come with the solar wind. The sparks beneath their invisible hoofs illuminate the nights of the red planet. A marvellous sight from the safety... More > of your base on Mars. But when you are lost in the red planet's desert, the Horsemen of Mars show their fatal facet as their wild hunt is tracking down your fragile body. Join our Mars crew in the most critical time of their mission! Follow them into the struggle for their lives on the hostile plains and hills of the red planet. An illustrated science novel for young and adult armchair astronomers. Including two double-page maps and many real images from Mars' surface.< Less
The Serpent and its Priest By Codex Regius
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1850 years ago, when scientific thinking was on decline and religious fundamentalism winning over, Alexandros, a little quack, turned himself into high priest and guru of the demonic Glycon, a puppet... More > on strings that he had made into a god to deceive the masses and relieve them of their money. The report, written by Lucian of Samosata who exposed the deceiver with analytic deduction, is the oldest preserved essay on the war, still undecided, between scepticism and superstition. A new annotated translation of the old report on the frauds and illusions that Alexandros’ epigones are still applying even today. The book that inspired the "Romanike" series of historical novels!< Less
The Forgotten Astronauts By Codex Regius
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Our shelves contain countless books on the history of space travel, illustrated with colourful images of the moon and names we have frequently read: Alan Shepard, first American in space, John Glenn... More > who orbited earth, Neil Armstrong, first man on the moon, Elliot See … Wait a minute. Who is Elliot See? Then we discover that most books on the history of space travel do not mention his name at all. And closer examination reveals more unknown faces on NASA's group photos. Their accounts, told in this book, reveal the darker side of the American moon-landing myth. These men are the Forgotten Astronauts, those who failed and were erased from history - sometimes tragically, sometimes tragicomically - and who were for a long time hushed up about, not to cloud the worship of the heroes of the Space Age.< Less
Opus Gemini I By Codex Regius
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Around 70 B.C., a tradeship heading for Rome foundered off the coast of Antikythera. On board was the most sophisticated device known to the classical world: The Antikythera Mechanism - a set of... More > gears that might foretell the ways of the stars. In the sea, the Antikythera Mechanism escaped the purposeful destruction that hit its siblings a hundred years later. Save for one: The OPUS GEMINI. This last of the Opera is held by Adrianus and Valeriana, two quarrelsome housemates at the rim of the Roman world. There comes a time of crisis, of warfare. And the ancient power that once ruled the Opus rises again. The agents of the lost realm of Commagene set forth to bring the OPUS GEMINI: Pernica the Swift, also known as the Polan Panthercat, who is seeking her life and her doom. And Sedigitus the Sixfinger, a misshapen warrior, dedicated to his mission at whatever cost. But there is another, a new force gathering.< Less
Opus Gemini II By Codex Regius
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Around 70 B.C., a tradeship heading for Rome foundered off the coast of Antikythera. On board was the most sophisticated device known to the classical world: The Antikythera Mechanism - a set of... More > gears that might foretell the ways of the stars. In the sea, the Antikythera Mechanism escaped the purposeful destruction that hit its siblings a hundred years later. Save for one: The OPUS GEMINI, that has been ruined only twenty years ago. Its rightful owner, Princess Iulia Balbilla, is determined to find it, so that she may restore her power over hearts and minds of the masters of Roma.< Less