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The Collected Papers of the Pen & Paper Club - Julia Green Elementary By A Novel Idea
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Final Exam: A Novel By Peter Green
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‘Exams tend to corrupt; final exams corrupt finally.’ This novel is about exams, literature, sex, cancer and time. It asks: ‘What use is the study of literature?’ Spanning... More > the period 1961 to 2013, Final Exam follows the careers of three undergraduates. The settings are Cambridge University, Sussex University, and hospitals in and around London. Finally, the novel examines the reader. Ian McEwan says: ‘I was fascinated and pleased by Final Exam – a stimulating blend of high energy intellectual and sexual tease.’ Other readers’ comments: ‘Disgusting – but most beautifully written and erudite...’ (‘Maud’, on the Kindle website.) ‘Whose final exam, and examined by whom and about what? These questions make the novel a fascinating and thought- provoking read.’ (Kate, High School Head of English.) ‘I thought, “What has my friend and colleague done? Destroyed our occupation? Just had fun?”’ (Laurence Lerner, poet and Professor of English.)< Less
The Houses on the Green By Eileen Simkiss
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This is the story of a small community in 1950s Manchester whose homes are threatened with demolition. The owner of the properties, an ex-army officer, leads the fight to save their homes and takes... More > the case to the town hall, where he faces strong opposition. Despite their varied backgrounds, the beleaguered community learn to pull together in a bid to overcome the uncaring decisions made by the authorities.< Less
Green Eros By Dhivan Thomas Jones
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Green Eros is a novel about love, philosophy and men. Juniper Johnson is living the good life with his girlfriend in a cottage in northern Lancashire. But when he begins studying philosophy at... More > Greyston University, everything starts to change. Splitting up, leaving his home, falling in love and making strong bonds of friendship with fellow philosophers, Juniper finds a new vision of life and love while in exile. Moving among professors, shamans and Buddhist monks, he learns the wisdom he needs to go home.< Less
Green Eros By Dhivan Thomas Jones
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Green Eros is a novel about love, philosophy and men. Juniper Johnson is living the good life with his girlfriend in a cottage in northern Lancashire. But when he begins studying philosophy at... More > Greyston University, everything starts to change. Splitting up, leaving his home, falling in love and making strong bonds of friendship with fellow philosophers, Juniper finds a new vision of life and love while in exile. Moving among professors, shamans and Buddhist monks, he learns the wisdom he needs to go home.< Less
Green Planet By Anthony E. Southby
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Green Planet is a fast paced fantasy adventure where two teenage boys are taken to Green Planet by a wizard where they confront evil flower fairies and many killer plant foes. ‘A richly... More > imagined novel. The humour is the element that makes it so enjoyable for adults to read. It brims over with wit and invention. I recommend it highly, and hope the author has a sequel in store.’ Melrose Books< Less
Green Planet By Anthony E. Southby
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Green Planet is a fast paced fantasy adventure where two teenage boys are taken to Green Planet by a wizard where they confront evil flower fairies and many killer plant foes. ‘A richly... More > imagined novel. The humour is the element that makes it so enjoyable for adults to read. It brims over with wit and invention. I recommend it highly, and hope the author has a sequel in store.’ Melrose Books< Less
Green Skies By Andrew Oberg, Eric Uhlich
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Rampant climate change. Unchecked and self-serving authorities. Clinging to imported traditions. Thriving but hostile indigenous tribes. Racism. Starvation. Murder. It is Western Settlement,... More > Greenland, late fifteenth century, and the Norse colony there is plagued by all these problems and many more. Green Skies tells their tale through the eyes of a young farmer named Bjorn Thorsson. Season after season, from midnight sun to polar night, the colonists' hardships mount until the settlement’s very survival is in question. Will the Norse be able to limp their way through another harsh winter? Or will the Inuit finally push them over the brink? Will Bjorn be able to find peace in his eerily modern medieval world? Or will he succumb to the despair that haunts his neighbors and afflicts his nation? Green Skies is a story of the struggle we all face to survive in a changing world––physically, certainly, but much more so psychologically.< Less
Green Skies By Andrew Oberg, Eric Uhlich
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Rampant climate change. Unchecked and self-serving authorities. Clinging to imported traditions. Thriving but hostile indigenous tribes. Racism. Starvation. Murder. It is Western Settlement,... More > Greenland, late fifteenth century, and the Norse colony there is plagued by all these problems and many more. Green Skies tells their tale through the eyes of a young farmer named Bjorn Thorsson. Season after season, from midnight sun to polar night, the colonists' hardships mount until the settlement’s very survival is in question. Will the Norse be able to limp their way through another harsh winter? Or will the Inuit finally push them over the brink? Will Bjorn be able to find peace in his eerily modern medieval world? Or will he succumb to the despair that haunts his neighbors and afflicts his nation? Green Skies is a story of the struggle we all face to survive in a changing world––physically, certainly, but much more so psychologically.< Less
The Green Flag By Arthur Conan Doyle
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The Green Flag is a novel written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, first published in 1900. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was a Scottish physician and writer, most noted for his stories about the detective... More > Sherlock Holmes, generally considered a milestone in the field of crime fiction, and for the adventures of Professor Challenger. He was a prolific writer whose other works include science fiction stories, plays, romances, poetry, non-fiction and historical novels.Arthur Conan Doyle was born on 22 May 1859 at 11 Picardy Place, Edinburgh, Scotland. His father, Charles Altamont Doyle, was English of Irish descent, and his mother, born Mary Foley, was Irish. They married in 1855.[4] In 1864 the family dispersed due to Charles's growing alcoholism and the children were temporarily housed across Edinburgh. In 1867, the family came together again and lived in the squalid tenement flats at 3 Sciennes Place.< Less