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Lucy the Elephant By C.M. Stassel
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The story of an elephant named Lucy who swims across an entire ocean in search of the man she loves. She makes it. Her story as told by a delusional man, Humphrey. He is smart, handsome, wealthy, and... More > determined, but lost in his own ocean of problems, brought on by his search for the woman he loves. The prophecy of his death is offered at onset, and its fulfillment only draws closer as his story becomes more and more intertwined with Lucy's. He does not make it.< Less
LUCY THE ELEPHANT By C.M. Stassel
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Welcome the debut novel of C.M. Stassel. The story of an elephant named Lucy who swims across an entire ocean in search of the man she loves. She makes it. Her story as told by a delusional man,... More > Humphrey. He is smart, handsome, wealthy, and determined, but lost in his own ocean of problems, brought on by his search for the woman he loves. The prophecy of his death is offered at onset, and its fulfillment only draws closer as his story becomes more and more intertwined with Lucy's. He does not make it.< Less
The Elephant in the Room By John Green
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Adam Barthold is a deeply flawed man haunted by the mysterious Arahm Tuit. He travels from upstate New York to the hills of Ash Fork, Arizona where he hopes to start a new life but instead finds... More > love, danger and watches the world come tumbling down in red ruin, little knowing he has an important part to play in the future of human kind. Although this is an apocalyptic story, you will find NO zombies, alien invaders, government conspiracies, universal plagues or any other such nonsense. It addresses what is a more imminent threat to humankind. Further, it is told from a very limited point of view as experienced by the principal character, Adam Barthold. Unlike some such story lines, the book focuses more on the characters, their flaws, fortitude and family-like relationships. It is both a love story and a story of deep friendships often crossing over racial, age and cultural boundaries. The action scenes are not stereotype Hollywood-hyped depictions either.< Less
Awake I: By an Elephant in the Room By Greg Hoey
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An auto-bio soooo bad it's good!! The old out-back town of Kalgoorlie has never before been so richly-strangely or so poignantly transcribed by way of prose as it undoubtedly deserves to be, and... More > indeed has been so done in this wonderful memoir of a childhood once lived!-The Age -"Powerful. Compelling. Great prose, Great story-telling abilities, Dramatic. Complex and acutely intelligent are the words best used to convey the breadth and majesty of this undoubted classic!" -Carey Holbourn-Armfield, editor of Atlantic Times Monthly. -"Hey! Wanna increase your IQ levels, can handle stories that don't pander to the literary establishments official rules for authors- then you gotta read this ONE. Idiosyncratic yes, weird undeniably, but also uncompromisingly brilliant as well!" -the British Expat's Book Journal.< Less
A Big Blue Elephant in the House By Don Allen
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“A Big Blue Elephant in the House” In this study guide we look at six things in a man’s life that can stop him from be being an effective father, husband, and leader in the church.
Essay On Elephants and Mice By Christopher Mark Piper
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This 1550-word essay was written in rebuttal to an article posted in the Wanganui Cronicle lambasting a good-woman for daring to call "a spade, a spade", to employ a Kiwi turn of phrase! In... More > this case, it was for daring to call "a transgender-man (calling himself a woman), a man"! In all probability, a woman bearing such strength of character as would dare to skim-bounce her sleek-stone of truth across the main-media-stream, has no need of any chivalrous defense from my corner. Obviously she possesses already enough wherewithal to withstand the bleating voices, the vituperative pens, and viperous tongues of any number of the collective cloned-hoards of "politically correct" moral and intellectual cowards. Hence; this brief apologetic becomes a work stemming purely from my own initiative, my own flat, smooth and shiny pearl - oops! - pebble cast... - in first-payment to "justice". The second, paid only to an anonymous humility", as "the voice of one crying-out in the wilderness"!< Less
How do you eat an Elephant? By Martin Parnell
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The amazing photo diary of one man's cycle trip from Cairo to Cape Town. Playing table tennis in a village street in Ethiopia, bungee jumping at Victoria Falls in Zambia, the big crash in Tanzania... More > and numerous animal sightings along the way. How do you eat an elephant......one piece at a time!< Less
How do you eat an Elephant? By Martin Parnell
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The amazing photo diary of one man's cycle trip from Cairo to Cape Town. Playing table tennis in a village street in Ethiopia, bungee jumping at Victoria Falls in Zambia, the big crash in Tanzania... More > and numerous animal sightings along the way. How do you eat an elephant......one piece at a time!< Less
Three Elephant Power, and Other Stories By A. B. (Andrew Barton) Paterson
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Andrew Barton "Banjo" Paterson, CBE (17 February... More > 1864 – 5 February 1941) was an Australian bush poet, journalist and author. He wrote many ballads and poems about Australian life, focusing particularly on the rural and outback areas, including the district around Binalong, New South Wales, where he spent much of his childhood. Paterson's more notable poems include "Waltzing Matilda", "The Man from Snowy River" and "Clancy of the Overflow".Andrew Barton Paterson was born at the property "Narrambla", near Orange, New South Wales, the eldest son of Andrew Bogle Paterson, a Scottish immigrant from Lanarkshire, and Australian-born Rose Isabella Barton, related to the future first Prime Minister of Australia Edmund Barton. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banjo_Paterson< Less
Never Put a Dead Mouse Under an Elephant By Betty Davis
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Walter Hart was a man of little formal education, but his daughter, Betty, called him the smartest man she ever met. This is a collection of his sayings and advice to her as she grew up, became a... More > nurse and raised a family of her own.< Less