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THE REALM OF LOVE By MD. TAHA ALAM
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The Realm of Love is the wild passionate story of intense and almost severe love amid Diana Roosevelt and Richard Smith. The character of Diana Roosevelt has been portrayed as a charismatic and... More > affluent model of England and a significant personality in the world of glamour. However, her personal life is not embellished with the glitters of similar frivolity and lacks the colours of blitheness. But with the introduction of the dashing central character, Richard Smith, an ordinary struggling author whose life is itself solitary, brings back all the faded colours of Diana’s life and eventually, both the forlorn souls fall in Love. This novel has a tragic ending which displays malignity of a human heart and the savagery of this brutal world. The story is sated with betrayal and despair that’ll trickle a drop of tear as one flips over the last page of the novel.< Less
They Say Love is Blind By Pepper Pace
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“You have such a pretty face, If only you would lose some weight.” Tory has heard that all of her life. In her solitary life she eats alone and daydreams about having a handsome boyfriend... More > who could accept all of her. Daily she finds herself running to catch her bus and knowing that she is the laughing stock of the other commuters. And then one day she literally finds herself ‘falling’ into the lap of one of the commuters; an exotically handsome white man. Tory finds that she is unable to stop thinking about him and daydreaming about the life he must live. But Mr. Gorgeous must be either married or gay because she sees him dismissing the attention of gorgeous women left and right. Never in a million years would she ever guess that hers was the only attention he was interested in…< Less
THE REALM OF LOVE By MD. TAHA ALAM
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The Realm of Love is the wild passionate story of intense and almost severe love amid Diana Roosevelt and Richard Smith. The character of Diana Roosevelt has been portrayed as a charismatic and... More > affluent model of England and a significant personality in the world of glamour. However, her personal life is not embellished with the glitters of similar frivolity and lacks the colours of blitheness. But with the introduction of the dashing central character, Richard Smith, an ordinary struggling author whose life is itself solitary, brings back all the faded colours of Diana’s life and eventually, both the forlorn souls fall in Love. This novel has a tragic ending which displays malignity of a human heart and the savagery of this brutal world. The story is sated with betrayal and despair that’ll trickle a drop of tear as one flips over the last page of the novel.< Less
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Black Pepper By Kelly Joines
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After being laid off from her job, Delaney leaves her grey and solitary life behind and embarks on an odyssey to recapture her essence. Not long into her journey, she begins to discover how the... More > kindness of strangers and the familiar love from old friends re-ignite her spirit and make her long for something more. Delaney finds kindred souls, extraordinary friends, and delight and despair along the way, blossoming as her new relationships and experiences give her passion and a restored sense of belonging and worth. Her journey presents life-transforming decisions to her, endangering her tightly-planned and self-seeking quest for rejuvenation. Delaney is forced to decide if she will continue safely watching life from the outside or if she will allow herself to love and be loved in return, no matter how messy and bittersweet.< Less
The Man and the Storyteller By Brett McNaught
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Set in Niger, a country patiently waiting for a leader to emerge, The Man And The Storyteller creates that leader in the form of a rural Hausa woman, Mariamma. When the road weary Ilou returns to... More > his village for the rainy season and reunites with his wife Mariamma, she becomes consumed with the desire to delve into the mind of her solitary husband and live out her dreams. Using her own first hand experience, hearsay and folklore, Mariamma boldly presents the life of Ilou as a complex traditional man astutely examining his tumultuous life. The Man And The Storyteller views a turning point in their lives, a single year when Ilou and Mariamma see that their lives will not be the same as the lives their children are about to live. Mariamma emerges as a vibrant storyteller who begins to incorporate Hausa folklore and a vivid imagination to display her vision of who Ilou is, his wandering life on the road and her hopes for the future through education for herself and their children.< Less
The April Letters By Valerie Randle
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Loneliness. It can lead to out-of-character behaviour. The solitary figure who sits confined in a small room, hunched over a table and writing feverishly, knows this only too well. Young Susan... More > Smith’s world was shattered when a freak accident killed her mother and nothing was ever the same for her again. With this shocking event begins Susan’s struggle with insecurity, crippling shyness and guilt. Then, unexpectedly, she is given a chance to escape from these troubles. Yet even now she feels there is something lacking. What more does Susan need? Years later another life-changing event resurrects ghosts from her past. Will she be able to untangle her past and confront her shadows? The outcome surprises Susan as much as it will the reader. Spanning the period from the 1960s to the present century, Susan’s life and relationships are vividly depicted against the background of life in a South Wales village.< Less
The Man and the Storyteller By Brett McNaught
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Set in Niger, a country patiently waiting for a leader to emerge, The Man And The Storyteller creates that leader in the form of a rural Hausa woman, Mariamma. When the road weary Ilou returns to... More > his village for the rainy season and reunites with his wife Mariamma, she becomes consumed with the desire to delve into the mind of her solitary husband and live out her dreams. Using her own first hand experience, hearsay and folklore, Mariamma boldly presents the life of Ilou as a complex traditional man astutely examining his tumultuous life. The Man And The Storyteller views a turning point in their lives, a single year when Ilou and Mariamma see that their lives will not be the same as the lives their children are about to live. Mariamma emerges as a vibrant storyteller who begins to incorporate Hausa folklore and a vivid imagination to display her vision of who Ilou is, his wandering life on the road and her hopes for the future through education for herself and their children.< Less
Muay Thaiger Book 1 By Jermaine Andre
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What creates a World class combat fighting martial artist? What drives a man to step into the cage against other great men to fight with almost no rules until one can no longer stand? What occurs... More > within one's life to hone a passive child into what most view as a fighting beast? MUAY THAIGER "Cub & Tiger" books are the youth & teen years of Jermaine Andre's life. Learn in this autobiography what it took to create the 5x U.S. Champ, 2x World Champ, UFC Vet, author and one of the world's most sought role models. From street fights and wars, armed stand offs, a year in solitary confinement, wild animal training, spiritual ventures with native American tribes, diversity in education, adopting the code of the samurai and more... you will learn that Jermaine Andre's devastating 15 year professional fight career was the least exciting time of his life.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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