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Monsters in Absinthe By Otto Von Rockbass
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This is a book that Jules Verne could have written - had he suffered a prolonged high fever due to a brain injury, whilst taking some sort of hallucinogenic drug. Monsters in Absinthe is a epic... More > turn-of-the century tale about a wealthy young man who experiences the loss of his mother at an early age, leading to compulsive behaviors and night terrors. Studying to be a doctor, he becomes disillusioned with the medical establishment when, after falling in love with the mental patient he is studying, she is committed to an asylum for the criminally insane. He then leaves school to travel the world at the request of his best friend, a hunter-inventor-poet who has his sights set on bagging the abominable snowman. This story crosses landscapes, battlefronts and mind frames - answering questions about our hero’s past, and exploding traditional love story themes - All that and tangles with wolf packs, sea serpents, she-beasts, sasquatches and snow apes.< Less
Monsters in Absinthe By Otto Von Rockbass
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This is a book that Jules Verne could have written - had he suffered a prolonged high fever due to a brain injury, whilst taking some sort of hallucinogenic drug. Monsters in Absinthe is a epic... More > turn-of-the century tale about a wealthy young man who experiences the loss of his mother at an early age, leading to compulsive behaviors and night terrors. Studying to be a doctor, he becomes disillusioned with the medical establishment when, after falling in love with the mental patient he is studying, she is committed to an asylum for the criminally insane. He then leaves school to travel the world at the request of his best friend, a hunter-inventor-poet who has his sights set on bagging the abominable snowman. This story crosses landscapes, battlefronts and mind frames - answering questions about our hero’s past, and exploding traditional love story themes - All that and tangles with wolf packs, sea serpents, she-beasts, sasquatches and snow apes.< Less
Slow Turns The World By Andy Sparrow
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On a world where a day lasts ninety years a new power is rising; a sinister priesthood whose lust for empire reaches to distant shores, ensnaring, simple and unsuspecting people. This is the first... More > novel by award winning filmmaker Andy Sparrow; an absorbing, briskly paced story of one man’s odyssey across an alien world. It is an epic journey that takes the reader to frozen wastes, snatches them from the jaws of vengeful sea serpents, and delivers them to dark dreadful chambers where men are tortured in the name of God. It is a story of friendship, love, passion, greed, betrayal, war, corruption and the birth of a new faith that will change a world forever.Readers Comments'The first book for quite a few years that has compelled me to remain up all night. Has all of the ingredients of a top class book - honour, war, religion, greed and passion.’‘A thrilling adventure story. I continually wanted to see what would happen on the next page.’‘Amazing, I couldn't put it down.’< Less
Stephen Vincent Benet, Collection By Stephen Vincent Benet
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Stephen Vincent Benét (July 22, 1898 – March 13, 1943) was an American author, poet, short story writer, and novelist. Benét is best known for his book-length narrative poem of... More > the American Civil War, John Brown's Body (1928), for which he won a Pulitzer Prize in 1929, and for two short stories, "The Devil and Daniel Webster" (1936) and "By the Waters of Babylon" (1937). In 2009, The Library of America selected Benét’s story “The King of the Cats” (1929) for inclusion in its two-century retrospective of American Fantastic Tales, edited by Peter Straub. Thirteen O'Clock: Stories of Several Worlds (1937) Blossom and Fruit A Death in the Country Everybody Was Very Nice Glamour Daniel Webster and the Sea Serpent The Devil and Daniel Webster The Sobbin' Women The Curfew Tolls The Treasure of Vasco Gomez A Story by Angela Poe The King of the Cats The Blood of the Martyrs By the Waters of Babylon John Brown's Body Young Adventure, A Book of Poems Young People's Pride< Less
1-The Boy Aviators in Nicaragua By Capt. Wilbur Lawton
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The launching of this Twentieth Century series marks the inauguration of a new era in boys' books--the "wonders of modern science" epoch. Frank and Harry Chester, the Boy Aviators, are the... More > heroes of this exciting, red-blooded tale of adventure by air and land in the turbulent Central American republic. The two brothers with their $10,000 prize aeroplane, the "Golden Eagle", rescue a chum from death in the clutches of the Nicaraguans, discover a lost treasure valley of the ancient Toltec race, and in so doing almost lose their own lives in the Abyss of the White Serpents, and have many other exciting experiences, including being blown far out to sea in their air-skimmer in a tropical storm. It would be unfair to divulge the part that wireless plays in rescuing them from their predicament. In a brand new field of fiction for boys the Chester brothers and their aeroplane seem destined to fill a top-notch place. These books are technically correct, wholesomely thrilling and geared up to third speed.< Less
Realms of Edenocht By D.S. Johnson
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Bright white flashes burst from their fingertips. A deafening crack snapped as hues of electric blue shot across the rotunda, breaking the once impeccable crystal stone like a twig. Half crouched and... More > slightly leaned back, he stretched out his hand and slipped under the downward slash of a long blade already dripping. Once clear, he leapt into the air, flipping over concourses of the sky blue robes of the Commission intertwined with the red battle robes of the Velsharoon. Hidden on an island in a time realm not his own, he must now search for ancient relics in order to stop the growing evil in the world. All he wanted was to hunt in his beloved forest, but is thrown into a world of sea serpents, dungeons, enchanted castles, miniature men, and air buffs. Driven by duty and hindered by self-doubt, he is sent on a quest to unite the magical realms once more. He must learn to harness his good and evil powers, but will he survive the shadow…?< Less
Saga Six Pack 5 By Various Artists
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“A tale is but half told when only one person tells it.” - The Saga of Grettir the Strong. Saga Six Pack 5 is a Viking-sized selection of Scandinavian super-stories: Erling the Bold... More > by R. M. Ballantyne Big Peter and Little Peter by George Webbe Dasent The Saga of Harald Hardrade by Snorri Sturluson The Master Thief by Peter Christen Asbjørnsen A Sea Queen's Sailing by Charles W. Whistler Bruin and Reynard by Jørgen Engebretsen Image gallery includes: Surt, The Giant with the Flaming Sword by John Charles Dollman. 16th-century depiction of Norse gods by Olaus Magnus. Wotan takes leave of Brunhild by Konrad Dielitz. Thor and the Midgard Serpent by Emil Doepler. Loki breaks free at the onset of Ragnarök by Ernst H. Walther. A scene from the last phase of Ragnarök, after Surtr has engulfed the world with fire by Emil Doepler. The new world that rises after Ragnarök by Emil Doepler. Then the Awful Fight Began by George Wright, 1908.< Less
Cloudskipper Dreaming - The Great Dream By Storm Khandro Moon
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The Great Dream is a fusion of Aboriginal Australian dreamtime storytelling and Tibetan Bon dream yoga practices. In the first part 'The Dream of Creation', Cloudskipper dreams of a five colored... More > rainbow (similar to the rainbow serpent of the Aboriginal Dreamtime), each color represents an element from the Bon tradition. In part two 'How the Stars Were Made' he introduces his friends from the dreaming to the new earth and provides them with guides in the form of beings of light. Next in 'How the Clouds Were Made' he uses sea foam to create a cloud, which provides much needed rain. In the fourth story, 'How the Moon Was Made' his friend Brolly Bird (a Crane) loses her necklace. Cloudskipper visits his cloud friend and is given a piece of cloud which he forms into the moon. The moonlight helps them to find the necklace. Finally 'The First Rainbow' takes the story full circle. Brolly Bird dances for the clouds to thank them for the Moon, the cloud's joy and laughter creates a rainbow.< Less
Japanese Fairy Tales : (Annotated German) By Yei Theodora Ozaki
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Japanese Fairy Tales by Yei Theodora Ozaki includes German translations of 22 memories consist of ghouls, goblins and ogres; sea serpents and sea kings; kindly animals and magic birds; demons and... More > dragons and plenty of greater. this is a conventional collection cherished via many, a first rate addition to the gathering.< Less

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