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Entertaining Lies By Samuel Charles Capri
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Madison Avenue bridges the entire world’s motivation. Your HDTV, computer and smart phone will never be looked at the same after reading this cool thriller about a beautiful, smart, and sassy... More > lead field agent of the FCC (Federal Communications Commission), A young handsome high tech TV repairman and a corrupt high powered wealthy advertising mogul as they lead you through a suspenseful, thrilling adventure to save our freedom. This fascinating story takes place today and will change your mind about being a couch potato. If Helen and Max are unsuccessful, all humanity’s future will go down the tubes. This fast paced exciting, romantic, thought provoking eBook is a fun short read. Look out! Entertaining Lies may shortly be in a movie theater near your home.It is a must read and top SCiFi Romantic Thriller ebook< Less
FATE: Fantastic Adventures in Tabletop Entertainment By Fred Hicks, Robert Donoghue
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Fate is a free RPG that focuses on telling stories and balancing characters based on story significance, rather than points and cool powers. It's the system of choice for GMs who are looking for... More > rules that get out of the way of the story, but still provide enough structure to get the job done.< Less
ENTERTAINMENT WORLD ADVENTURES: THE TIME BEFORE EW By REBECCA CARTER, SCHAUN BISHOP
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STORY ABOUT A MOORISH DRAGON HAVING TO DEFEND EW FROM THE DARK STAR CORPORATION, AND THE KLIPTAR INDUSTRIES.
ENTERTAINMENT WORLD ADVENTURES: THE TIME BEFORE EW By REBECCA CARTER, SCHAUN BISHOP
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STORY ABOUT A MOORISH DRAGON HAVING TO DEFEND EW FROM THE DARK STAR CORPORATION, AND THE KLIPTAR INDUSTRIES.
The Arabian Nights Entertainments By Andrew Lang
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The Arabian Nights' Entertainments features a Persian king who discovers his wife is cheating, so, having determined that all women are unfaithful, he decides to marry a virgin every day and have her... More > killed by the next. After a while the kingdom is running low on virgins, so the cunning Scheherazade volunteers to marry the king, and to keep her own head she tells him a new thrilling tale every night. He's so captivated by the stories that he doesn't realize it's a trick. So...Scheherazade is like the original Dan Brown. The 1001 stories themselves were compiled over many centuries by various authors, translators, and scholars across the Middle East and North Africa. The tales themselves trace their roots back to ancient and medieval Arabic, Persian, Indian, Egyptian and Mesopotamian folklore and literature. Some versions only contain a few hundred stories, while others have the full 1000. The Arabian Nights is like a big bucket of folk tales. Dig in!< Less
The Arabian Nights Entertainments By Andrew Lang
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The Arabian Nights Entertainments (1898) Selected and Edited by Andrew Lang; generously Illustrated By Rene Bull and H. J. Ford. Andrew Lang is best known as one of the most important collectors of... More > folk and fairy tales. The twelve fairy tale books he edited contain stories from around the world, collected from various sources, and translated mainly by his wife and other enthusiasts. The stories in the Fairy Books have generally been such as old women in country places tell to their grandchildren. Nobody knows how old they are, or who told them first. The children of Ham, Shem and Japhet may have listened to them in the Ark, on wet days. Hector's little boy may have heard them in Troy Town, for it is certain that Homer knew them, and that some of them were written down in Egypt about the time of Moses. Includes: The Seven Voyages of Sindbad the Sailor; The Story of Ali Baba and The Forty Thieves; Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp and many many more...< Less
Age Of Adventure: Summer 2006 By Age of Adventure
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The Gray Ghost returns in another thrilling adventure, this time against fear himself! Samson King must fight a nemesis unlike any he has ever known before. New authors and new characters join our... More > forum to entertain and thrill you, the reader.< Less
Age Of Adventure: Summer 2006 By Age of Adventure
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The Gray Ghost returns in another thrilling adventure, this time against fear himself! Samson King must fight a nemesis unlike any he has ever known before. New authors and new characters join our... More > forum to entertain and thrill you, the reader.< Less
City Builder Volume 3: Entertainment Places By Jim Clunie, Michael J. Varhola, The Skirmisher Publishing Group
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City Builder Volume 3: Entertainment Places is the third in a series of 11 complementary books designed to help guide Game Masters through the process of creating compelling and exciting urban areas... More > and places within them for their campaigns. It is not specific to any particular game setting and is designed to be compatible with the needs of any ancient, Dark Ages, Middle Ages, Renaissance, or fantasy milieu. Contents of this book include: * An Introduction that describes the scope of the series and how to use the material in this volume; * Individual sections devoted to descriptions of Carnivals, Menageries, Museums, Parks, and Theaters; and * One or more Adventure Hooks tying in with each described sort of place.< Less
City Builder Volume 3: Entertainment Places By Jim Clunie, The Skirmisher Publishing Group, Michael J. Varhola
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City Builder Volume 3: Entertainment Places is the third in a series of 11 complementary books designed to help guide Game Masters through the process of creating compelling and exciting urban areas... More > and places within them for their campaigns. It is not specific to any particular game setting and is designed to be compatible with the needs of any ancient, Dark Ages, Middle Ages, Renaissance, or fantasy milieu. Contents of this book include: * An Introduction that describes the scope of the series and how to use the material in this volume; * Individual sections devoted to descriptions of Carnivals, Menageries, Museums, Parks, and Theaters; and * One or more Adventure Hooks tying in with each described sort of place.< Less

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