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Myth Shattering By Timothy Harada
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A semi-autobiographical novel about a young, punk rock kid in Wutherington Beach, Southern California. With his punk rock friends, he steals marijuana plants from his neighbors' backyards, smokes... More > them in the group's underground club house and shoplifts for munchies on a daily basis. However, on one summer afternoon, while trying to hide a large bag of marijuana in his apartment's garage, he discovers his dead father's revolutionary book collection. The things he reads in these books open his eyes wide to the nefarious history of the US government and the nefarious nature of its foreign and domestic policy. This awakening causes him to search for other like books, which further awaken him to the need for revolutionary change in his county. However, the more he learns, the more bewildered he becomes, and the more withdrawn he becomes from school and social life, until he is on the brink of total despair. What finally saves him are the books in his father's collection about Nichiren Buddhism.< Less
Celebrated Summer, Book One: Out Into the Light (Final) By Chris Hall
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Celebrated Summer is a unique and moving coming of age story set during the summer of 1989 in the seaside university town of Santa Zita, California. Intellectual partier Tim Page has just finished... More > his sophomore year of college and decided to stay in Santa Zita for the summer. His goal: fall in love. He gets a job at a movie theater where he meets a curious cast of locals, including Caleb, the antic assistant manager; his ex-girlfriend, the perpetually stoned August; and their friend April, who seems perfect for Tim in every way–except she’s still in high school. As his feelings for April grow, he is drawn into a conspiracy that threatens to change the course of his life forever. Described as “Marcel Proust meets Bret Easton Ellis” and “Clerks as written by E. M. Forster,” CELEBRATED SUMMER is a hilarious, poignant, and sometimes heart-breaking tale of lost innocence, obsession, and the price we must all pay to make our dreams come true.< Less
DEADHEADERS By Bruce Davidson
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Myles is down on his luck lately. Only recently, he's been fired from his previous employment, he's dealt with ongoing car trouble, he's lost his girlfriend and had his bike stolen. When he gets a... More > job driving the bus for Metrocity Transit, he's hoping his life has finally changed for the better. But a fatal collision drags Myles into a world of pain and darkness as he becomes entangled with a clandestine group of drivers known only to themselves as DEADHEADERS. These four men help Myles cover up his deadly mistake and make him swear to keep their awful secret. He is one of them now. Membership has its price. As if the fear and guilt he's suffering isn't enough, it isn't long before he's forced to help hide another "accidental" death. Myles discovers then that at least one of these men - these DEADHEADERS - is murderous and that the price he must pay might be with his soul.< Less
Hunting Hunter By Brady Brannon
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The ecology of the world is in crisis and the PPG, Planetary Protection Group, is dedicated to saving Mother Earth from a nuclear Armageddon. Lord Horace Wellington and his consortium of... More > ultra-wealthy and politically connected followers have a plan to draw global attention to the plight. Unfortunately, his sleeper agents are now in FBI custody. When a psychopathic assassin sent by the PPG targets the Schmidts, their 12-year-old son, Hunter, takes off cross-country. He teams up with P.K. Running Bear, a 15-year-old streetwise fugitive and his adopted dog. As agents from the FBI attempt to track the assassin and find Hunter, the President of the United States is faced with the prospect of eco-terror in the form of a nuclear disaster. Hunter and P.K., each affected differently by a series of deaths and the harsh realities of life on the run, experience radical change. Set against a global fight for survival, the boys learn to bridge prejudices and discover the true meaning of friendship.< Less
The Boy with Red Eyes By Spenser Vollmer
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What happens when a church loses sight of its true purpose and adopts a cult-like mentality, acting without reason? A boy like Leon is created. Leon never asked for red eyes, but now they are the... More > curse that plagues him, the reason an entire town has been poisoned into hating him, having long forgotten why they started hating him in the first place. He has suffered every day, never knowing kindness from even his own mother, until the day a young boy named Chris showed up. Now Chris finds himself in Leon's world, trying to help him while resisting being pushed away and playing by Leon's rules to remain safe. In this fight he finds himself questioning where the line of right and wrong is truly drawn and why an entire town can hate someone whose worst crime is being born with red eyes. As allies and enemies are identified, Leon finds his life changing rapidly but is unable to shake the feeling that battle lines are being drawn and the worst is yet to come.< Less
Vampire Messiah By Tom Douglas
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Wardell Church changes forever the night the social-activist professor receives a dangerous gift from a blindingly fast, immensely strong vampire with a penchant for high fashion, pop music and... More > horrible puns. Church loses everything - even rather important parts of his anatomy - with only his conscience surviving the transformation, and the nights of blood and violence, dreadful coffee, worse wordplay, hit-parade medleys and stylish shoes hardly make up for the life and family that are gone forever. But Wardell has been chosen, his self-appointed mentor insists: It's time to save the world, or try dying. Vampire Messiah is the personal narrative of a painfully homesick monster on a desperate quest to turn his meaningless immortality into a gift to the world. Equal parts Gothic romance, political fiction and personal confession, Vampire Messiah weaves together the final exploding moments of a collapsing mind, only to arrive at one profoundly ironic insight into this precarious thing we call existence.< Less
My Vodafone - 'Why she is the best network in Ghana' By Augustine Sherman
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Now, most people that aren’t users or customers of Vodafone will quickly conclude that I’m this poor victim being used by another mobile phone giant to market or sell their products and... More > services. Granted they may be right, it still doesn’t change the fact my ten years experiences with Vodafone should be told. My name is Kɔnkɔsan, a twenty-six year old mobile phone trader at Nkrumah Circle in Accra, Ghana. I’ve sold and serviced all brands of mobile or cell phones in the last ten years, which I believe have given me a great deal of insight into the pros and cons of the various local telecommunication industries. This book will take you through some my encounters and experiences of the last decade, where customers from all walks of life, for one reason or the other felt compelled to spill out their frustrations, their guts—good or bad, at any given time about their personal cell phone service providers.< Less

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