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A Child's History of the World By V. M. Hillyer
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One of the finest history books for children, this well-loved Hillyer classic features stories of world history from prehistoric man through the 20th century, inspiring an appreciation of how events... More > relate to one another.< Less
Buckra Massa Pickney -- White Masters Child. By Enrico. A Stennett
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This is the autobiography of a Mixed race Jamaican man born in 1926 in Jamaica, who emigrated to Britain in 1947 and spent most of his life working in Race Relations fighting for Racial Equality. It... More > is an honest, sad and sometimes amusing portrayal of a mans life and experience fighting for Racial Justice. Enrico Stennett was born in a village named Maroon Town, well known for the rebellion by the Maroons against the European domination of Jamaica. In his book Enrico tells his story of his rich, diverse and unique experience during his early years in his native Jamaica and his life in Britain over the last 55 years. His frank and honest recollections of his personal life and experiences, struggles, successes, frustrations and disappointments, together with his love for human rights, liberty, freedom and justice provides the reader with an opportunity to look back and look forward and to reflect on themselves and how they see their world.< Less
What a Strange Little Man By Michael Straessle
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Michael Aurelius is a prison guard for the Roman Empire in 90 A.D. His beautiful wife, Mary desperately longs for a child, but Michael’s profession leads him to questioning his faith and... More > reality, which affects his home, his life, and his sanity. After conversations with the strange little man that Michael guards within the dungeon-like prison, he is faced with questions about the existence of God, the reality of Jesus, and his own life. Just as he comes to accept that God is real, he is whisked off to the 31st Century. Michael and Mary team up with an archeologist, a friend, and an historical figure to search for the answers. With a riveting plotline and rich characters, Straessle weaves a story that reflects desperation before salvation. Fearless, rich, and riddled with similes relating to ancient Biblical doctrine and futuristic foreshadowing, What A Strange Little Man will have readers guessing until the final pages.< Less
Willy Goes Wild By Donald Murie
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A fortune teller paints a future for unhappy Ad man Williston Jecker that includes important women, a great space, challenges, danger, tragedy and mountains. He soon discovers she was uncannily... More > accurate< Less
Stolen Dreams vol. 1 By NAM Oshun
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To help raise funds to cover Birthdays, bills, holidays, child support and life related expenses, NAM has Released This Collection of his works.
Fria - Awakening By Taylor Bideau
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Living in New York City can be tough. Between the many demands of the big city and trying to survive its daily hustle and bustle, Fria, a young adult doing her best to make sense of her life, knows... More > that challenges exist around every corner. Love is hard to find, the commute is stressful, she is constantly broke, and her boss is a spawn of hell. Life, she’s come to realize, is just downright unfair. An orphan at fifteen, Fria never really knew her father. The loss of her mother will always have a profound effect on her life. Thanks to her ability to see dead people, Fria knows that a normal life is a fairytale. Somewhat resigned to her fate, Fria trudges through everyday hardships, convinced that she is cursed by a strain of unnatural bad luck. But when a handsome young stranger enters her life, he brings with him even more mystery and intrigue. Fria has a special attraction to this man that she can’t seem to shake and quickly finds herself caught up in this stranger’s story.< Less
The Woodlanders By Thomas Hardy
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The Woodlanders is a novel by Thomas Hardy. It was serialised from May 1886 to April 1887 in Macmillan's Magazine and published in three volumes in 1887. It is one of his series of Wessex novels.The... More > story takes place in a small woodland village called Little Hintock, and concerns the efforts of an honest woodsman, Giles Winterborne, to marry his childhood sweetheart, Grace Melbury. Although they have been informally betrothed for some time, her father has made financial sacrifices to give his adored only child a superior education and no longer considers Giles good enough for her. When the new doctor – a well-born and handsome young man named Edgar Fitzpiers – takes an interest in Grace, her father does all he can to make Grace forget Giles, and to encourage what he sees as a brilliant match. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Woodlanders Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
INHERITANCE By Temitope Olodo
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Thousands of men around the world are confronted with the challenge of fruitlessness due to medical problems and other spiritual related issues. This book concentrates solely on how men particularly... More > husbands could confront their challenges and boldly deal with the society stigma on fruitlessness. This is a true life story of a man confronted with the challenge of fruitlessness and how he used biblical principles to overcome.< Less
INHERITANCE By Temitope Olodo
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Thousands of men around the world are confronted with the challenge of fruitlessness due to medical problems and other spiritual related issues. This book concentrates solely on how men particularly... More > husbands could confront their challenges and boldly deal with the society stigma on fruitlessness. This is a true life story of a man confronted with the challenge of fruitlessness and how he used biblical principles to overcome.< Less
Parade's End: The Tetralogy By Ford Madox Ford
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Parade's End is a tetralogy (four related novels) by Ford Madox Ford. It is set mainly in England and on the Western Front in World War I, where Ford served as an officer in the Welsh Regiment, a... More > life vividly depicted in the novels. The four novels were originally published under the titles: Some Do Not ..., No More Parades, A Man Could Stand Up, and Last Post. They were combined into one volume as Parade's End, which has been ranked at number 57 on the Modern Library's 100 Best Novels list. J. Gray hailed "possibly the greatest 20th-century novel in English". Likewise, Mary Gordon labelled it as "quite simply, the best fictional treatment of war in the history of the novel". The novels chronicle the life of Christopher Tietjens, "the last Tory", a brilliant government statistician from a wealthy landowning family who is serving in the British Army during World War I. His wife Sylvia is a flippant socialite who seems intent on ruining him. Tietjens may or may not be the father of his wife's child.< Less