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EXULTATION By Andreas Sofroniou
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An orphan boy from a remote Greek island, where dolphins thrive, finds his Scottish father. His father, a captain and a commodore always accompanied by a pelican, takes him to Scotland, where Stephen... More > finds love and security. He graduates as a doctor and travels to New York where he meets an exceedingly beautiful American-French soprano and they fall in love. During their honeymoon, they sail in the Mediterranean Sea and help in the rescue of a family captured by terrorists in Lebanon. The international political involvement of Arab nations and Western governments ensure the release of the abducted shipping magnate and his family. Together, they explore some unknown parts of the Amazon rain forest where they discover a wild girl brought up by an unknown tribe. They bring her back to civilisation, where Stephen’s father adopts her. Gradually, she learns how to survive and re-adjust in the American and European environment. Fiona becomes Britain’s foremost primate geneticist.< Less
EXULTATION By Andreas Sofroniou
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An orphan boy from a remote Greek island, where dolphins thrive, finds his Scottish father. His father, a captain and a commodore always accompanied by a pelican, takes him to Scotland, where Stephen... More > finds love and security. He graduates as a doctor and travels to New York where he meets an exceedingly beautiful American-French soprano and they fall in love. During their honeymoon, they sail in the Mediterranean Sea and help in the rescue of a family captured by terrorists in Lebanon. The international political involvement of Arab nations and Western governments ensure the release of the abducted shipping magnate and his family. Together, they explore some unknown parts of the Amazon rain forest where they discover a wild girl brought up by an unknown tribe. They bring her back to civilisation, where Stephen’s father adopts her. Gradually, she learns how to survive and re-adjust in the American and European environment. Fiona becomes Britain’s foremost primate geneticist.< Less
The Ultimate Weapon By Peter Walsh
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In 1941, when Germany invades Greece,a Greek scientist makes a discovery so important it is called the ultimate weapon. He escapes to the relative safety of the monastic territory of Mount... More > Athos. Nazi Germany uncovers the existence of this weapon and in 1944 they track down both the weapon and its inventor. On orders from Adolf Hitler himself, a U-boat is sent to bring back the secret to Berlin. The mission fails and the weapon lays forgotten. Over sixty years later, the CIA obtain details from a KBG archive making reference to the weapon, and an immediate search begins to identify and obtain it for the USA. David Osborne pensioned off from British Military intelligence having been diagnosed with terminal cancer, unknowingly stumbles across the secret while sailing in the Northern Aegean, as other intelligence agencies also learn of the existence of the weapon, and the race for its possession begins.< Less
Ramses II and the Battle of Kadesh By Regina Goncalves
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Caius Zip, the young time traveller, will learn the wisdom of Ancient Egypt with the great Pharaoh Ramses II. The main architect of the Pharaoh, plus the Greek scholar who visited Egypt for... More > studying geometry, and the pharaoh’s main wife, the beautiful Nefertari, will teach Caius the principles of geometry. After an impressive narration on the effort of the Egyptians in the building of their great monuments, Caius will participate in this effort, with the calculations of area and volume of the pyramids. In the famous battle of Kadesh, an important loca-tion in present day Syria, between the two largest eastern powers of that period, the time traveller will help the great pharaoh to win the battle against the Hittite army. How? Aiding in the construction of traps, where he will use his newly acquired knowledge of geometry. More than acquiring knowledge, this book is also about a young person acquiring maturity, ‘growing’, in the true essence of the word.< Less
EXULTATION By Andreas Sofroniou
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An orphan boy from a remote Greek island, where dolphins thrive, finds his Scottish father. His father, a captain and a commodore always accompanied by a pelican, takes him to Scotland, where Stephen... More > finds love and security. He graduates as a doctor and travels to New York where he meets an exceedingly beautiful American-French soprano and they fall in love. During their honeymoon, they sail in the Mediterranean Sea and help in the rescue of a family captured by terrorists in Lebanon. The international political involvement of Arab nations and Western governments ensure the release of the abducted shipping magnate and his family. Together, they explore some unknown parts of the Amazon rain forest where they discover a wild girl brought up by an unknown tribe. They bring her back to civilisation, where Stephen’s father adopts her. Gradually, she learns how to survive and re-adjust in the American and European environment. Fiona becomes Britain’s foremost primate geneticist.< Less
Crotchet Castle By Thomas Love Peacock
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Thomas Love Peacock (18 October 1785 – 23 January 1866) was an English novelist, poet, and official of the East India Company. Crotchet Castle is the sixth novel by Thomas Love Peacock, first... More > published in 1831 The story revolves around the Reverend Doctor Folliott, a vigorous middle-aged clergyman with a love for ancient Greek language and literature, who is greatly suspicious of the reform slogan of the "March of Intellect", as well as anything done by the "learned friend" (his nickname for Lord Brougham). There are two romantic courtships, between Mr. Chainmail (who is convinced that the world has gone downhill continuously since the twelfth century) and Susannah Touchandgo (the daughter of a disgraced banker), and between Captain Fitzchrome (an attractive gentleman with only a moderate income) and Lady Clarinda< Less
The Ultimate Weapon By Peter Walsh
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In 1941, when Germany invades Greece,a Greek scientist makes a discovery so important it is called the ultimate weapon. He escapes to the relative safety of the monastic territory of Mount... More > Athos. Nazi Germany uncovers the existence of this weapon and in 1944 they track down both the weapon and its inventor. On orders from Adolf Hitler himself, a U-boat is sent to bring back the secret to Berlin. The mission fails and the weapon lays forgotten. Over sixty years later, the CIA obtain details from a KBG archive making reference to the weapon, and an immediate search begins to identify and obtain it for the USA. David Osborne pensioned off from British Military intelligence having been diagnosed with terminal cancer, unknowingly stumbles across the secret while sailing in the Northern Aegean, as other intelligence agencies also learn of the existence of the weapon, and the race for its possession begins.< Less
EXULTATION By Andreas Sofroniou
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An orphan boy from a remote Greek island, where dolphins thrive, finds his Scottish father. His father, a captain and a commodore always accompanied by a pelican, takes him to Scotland, where Stephen... More > finds love and security. He graduates as a doctor and travels to New York where he meets an exceedingly beautiful American-French soprano and they fall in love. During their honeymoon, they sail in the Mediterranean Sea and help in the rescue of a family captured by terrorists in Lebanon. The international political involvement of Arab nations and Western governments ensure the release of the abducted shipping magnate and his family. Together, they explore some unknown parts of the Amazon rain forest where they discover a wild girl brought up by an unknown tribe. They bring her back to civilisation, where Stephen’s father adopts her. Gradually, she learns how to survive and re-adjust in the American and European environment. Fiona becomes Britain’s foremost primate geneticist.< Less
Ramses II and the Battle of Kadesh By Regina Goncalves
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Caius Zip, the young time traveller, will learn the wisdom of Ancient Egypt with the great Pharaoh Ramses II. The main architect of the Pharaoh, plus the Greek scholar who visited Egypt for... More > studying geometry, and the pharaoh’s main wife, the beautiful Nefertari, will teach Caius the principles of geometry. After an impressive narration on the effort of the Egyptians in the building of their great monuments, Caius will participate in this effort, with the calculations of area and volume of the pyramids. In the famous battle of Kadesh, an important loca-tion in present day Syria, between the two largest eastern powers of that period, the time traveller will help the great pharaoh to win the battle against the Hittite army. How? Aiding in the construction of traps, where he will use his newly acquired knowledge of geometry. More than acquiring knowledge, this book is also about a young person acquiring maturity, ‘growing’, in the true essence of the word.< Less
A History of Sanskrit Literature (Illustrated) By Arthur A. MacDonell
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“Since the Renaissance there has been no event of such world-wide significance in the history of culture as the discovery of Sanskrit literature in the latter part of the eighteenth century.... More > After Alexander’s invasion, the Greeks became to some extent acquainted with the learning of the Indians; the Arabs, in the Middle Ages, introduced the knowledge of Indian science to the West; a few European missionaries, from the sixteenth century onwards, were not only aware of the existence of, but also acquired some familiarity with, the ancient language of India; and Abraham Roger even translated the Sanskrit poet Bhartṛihari into Dutch as early as 1651. Nevertheless, till about a hundred and twenty years ago there was no authentic information in Europe about the existence of Sanskrit literature, but only vague surmise, finding expression in stories about the wisdom of the Indians.”< Less

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