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The Wanderer – or, Female Difficulties By Fanny Burney
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The Wanderer opens with a group of people fleeing the Terror. Among them is the protagonist, who refuses to identify herself. No one can place her socially—even her nationality and race are in... More > doubt. As Burney scholar Margaret Doody explains, "the heroine thus arrives as a nameless Everywoman: both black and white, both Eastern and Western, both high and low, both English and French." She asks for help from the group, but because she knows no one, she is refused.< Less
The Wanderer – or, Female Difficulties By Fanny Burney
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The Wanderer opens with a group of people fleeing the Terror. Among them is the protagonist, who refuses to identify herself. No one can place her socially—even her nationality and race are in... More > doubt. As Burney scholar Margaret Doody explains, "the heroine thus arrives as a nameless Everywoman: both black and white, both Eastern and Western, both high and low, both English and French." She asks for help from the group, but because she knows no one, she is refused.< Less
The Girls From Alcyone By Cary Caffrey
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Sigrid and Suko are two girls from the impoverished and crime-infested streets of 24th century Earth. Sold into slavery to save their families from financial ruin, the girls are forced to live out... More > their lives in service to the Kimura Corporation, a prestigious mercenary clan with a lineage stretching back long before the formation of the Federated Corporations. Known only to Kimura, the two girls share startling secret—a rare genetic structure not found in tens of millions of other girls. But when their secret becomes known, Sigrid and Suko quickly find themselves at the center of a struggle for power. Now, hunted by men who would seek to control them, Sigrid and Suko are forced to fight for their own survival, and for the freedom of the girls from Alcyone.< Less
The Girls From Alcyone By Cary Caffrey
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Sigrid and Suko are two girls from the impoverished and crime-infested streets of 24th century Earth. Sold into slavery to save their families from financial ruin, the girls are forced to live out... More > their lives in service to the Kimura Corporation, a prestigious mercenary clan with a lineage stretching back long before the formation of the Federated Corporations. Known only to Kimura, the two girls share startling secret—a rare genetic structure not found in tens of millions of other girls. But when their secret becomes known, Sigrid and Suko quickly find themselves at the center of a struggle for power. Now, hunted by men who would seek to control them, Sigrid and Suko are forced to fight for their own survival, and for the freedom of the girls from Alcyone.< Less
The Purest Red By Nathan McElveen
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In the bustling city of London, Esther attempts to propel herself into a life of luxury, and escape her life of misery in the slums of the city. As she takes life-changing steps deeper into the... More > secrecy of her true identity, many around her attempt to piece together the mystery of her fatal melancholy, in this story of love, disquiet, and death. Esther evokes the desperation of living in poverty with haunting danger, and a surprising sensitivity. This historical novel of mystery, secrecy, and perception mythologizes the hopelessness of a young adult, and her disregard for the law. Attempting to hide her biggest secret, Esther often finds herself torn between the blurred moral division of light and darkness. It isn’t until Esther discovers the true meaning of her life that she is able to take steps towards the repentance of what she has become. In The Purest Red, Esther is forced to learn through personal experiences that even when truth is hidden, monsters often find a way of getting out.< Less
The Ballad of Helene Troy By Lance Burson
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In the hot, sticky summer of 2008, New York City saw the rebirth of rock and roll. Helene Troy, a 24-year-old singer, songwriter, and guitarist went after her dream with everything she had. The... More > dramatic fall of her all-female band, Slipper Socks Medium, highlighted her meteoric rise in the rotten core of the Big Apple Club scene.< Less
The Ballad Of Helene Troy By Lance Burson
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In the hot, sticky summer of 2008, New York City sees the rebirth of honest, straight-forward rock and roll. Helene Troy, a 24-year-old singer, songwriter, and guitarist gives everything she has and... More > more to become a success in music. The dramatic tale of her all-female band, Slipper Socks Medium, highlights her quest to be a rock star.< Less
Thirteen By Jacob R. Dring
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It's 1987 and the U.S. has been ravaged by anarchistic rioting from ‘77, forcing it to rebuild. The reconstruction left little room for justice, especially in the Midwest. Through the emotional... More > ruins of uncouthness birthed a perilous sport that caught humanity’s truest emotion: apathy. That of vehicular rage, from Wrecking Racing to a countrywide National Derby Championship quickly rallied the residual population of America as the entertainment of a century. After her father died in the riots of 1980, young female driver Pania and her ‘70 Ford Mustang have made a rigid living off Wrecking Racing. But when Pania gets an offer she can't refuse from Name, a fellow driver with his own connections, she must go--to National Derby Championship. Her Mustang, “Thirteen,” teams with Name’s ‘72 Plymouth Road Runner renamed “Coyote” for a ride of their lifetime—even if that means enduring some turbulence while they’re at it.< Less
Thirteen By Jacob R. Dring
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It's 1987 and the U.S. has been ravaged by anarchistic rioting from ‘77, forcing it to rebuild. The reconstruction left little room for justice, especially in the Midwest. Through the emotional... More > ruins of uncouthness birthed a perilous sport that caught humanity’s truest emotion: apathy. That of vehicular rage, from Wrecking Racing to a countrywide National Derby Championship quickly rallied the residual population of America as the entertainment of a century. After her father died in the riots of 1980, young female driver Pania and her ‘70 Ford Mustang have made a rigid living off Wrecking Racing. But when Pania gets an offer she can't refuse from Name, a fellow driver with his own connections, she must go--to National Derby Championship. Her Mustang, “Thirteen,” teams with Name’s ‘72 Plymouth Road Runner renamed “Coyote” for a ride of their lifetime—even if that means enduring some turbulence while they’re at it.< Less
Thirteen By Jacob R. Dring
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It's 1987 and the U.S. has been ravaged by anarchistic rioting from ‘77, forcing it to rebuild. The reconstruction left little room for justice, especially in the Midwest. Through the emotional... More > ruins of uncouthness birthed a perilous sport that caught humanity’s truest emotion: apathy. That of vehicular rage, from Wrecking Racing to a countrywide National Derby Championship quickly rallied the residual population of America as the entertainment of a century. After her father died in the riots of 1980, young female driver Pania and her ‘70 Ford Mustang have made a rigid living off Wrecking Racing. But when Pania gets an offer she can't refuse from Name, a fellow driver with his own connections, she must go--to National Derby Championship. Her Mustang, “Thirteen,” teams with Name’s ‘72 Plymouth Road Runner renamed “Coyote” for a ride of their lifetime—even if that means enduring some turbulence while they’re at it.< Less