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A Durable Fire By DALL WILSON
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A modern ancient novel of exploration across new landscapes in the inspiration of epic discovery. Set in Manhattan, Carolina, Barcelona, Reykjavik and across Europe the time is now and then. Speak... More > freely and enslave none. Part 1 of the Iceland or Free Björk! trilogy. Fiction.< Less
Ready Reference Treatise: From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler By Raja Sharma
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The characters in the novel are inspired by the author’s own children. Once, during a trip to Yellowstone, her children bitterly complained to her. She told her children that if they ever... More > thought of running away, it would have to be a better place, a luxurious place, such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Ready Reference Treatise: From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
The Apothecary of Joy and Other Stories By Richard T. Owen
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The ten short stories here are a very eclectic mix : from the mysterious yet ultimately uplifting tale of The Apothecary of Joy to the heady bitter-sweet nostalgia of The Perfume of Memory and the... More > terrifying paranoia of Odd BEEhaviour at ApisMel. Cinema is also given macabre and unusual treatment in Critical Murder and Permanently Starstruck whilst delusions and obsessions underlie the deceptively quiet introductions to The Holiday and Dolphin Dreams. Death and dying seem to be the initial focus of Mr Thanatos, Probably? but will the climax bear this out? Dame Thelma’s Hat, very loosely based on a real event, offers a comedic interlude< Less
Sanctuary of the Guilty By Laszlo Malota
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The Sanctuary of the Guilty topped the Best Seller's list in Europe. This book overtook Bridget Jones's Diary by H. Fielding, The Lord Of The Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien and Imre Kertesz’s novel... More > Fatelessness, which won a Nobel Prize. It was so successful that pirated versions of the book were circulated widely in the country. It received the following review from Miklos Jancso (awarded Best Director at the Cannes Film Festival for his work on Red Psalm): "Laszlo Malota you honoured me with a copy of your novel. I read this novel three times. I like it. I like it because of its irony. I like the author’s courage, his incredible bravery. Are you aware of the importance of it? Do you know that you have stirred up a hornest’s nest? It involves persecution, anger. Perhaps involving stakes or not. Or maybe, all things considered, there could also be an auto-da-fe. A truly great film could be made from it. That would cause a huge scandal. It would be an incredible world scandal."< Less

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