Her Majesty's Men is the story of two soldiers in the British Forces and of a friendship taking unexpected turns. In the eyes of the Army they are just two mates who are close. But from the... More > revelation of personal secrets, ensuing hatred and aggression, through terror and danger, to loyalty, triumphant strength and courage, grows their own realisation of what they are: comrades first and foremost, but something else too, something more significant.
The two Royal Engineers, Sgt Tom Warren and SSgt Alex Turner, learn to understand the real meaning of loyalty and strength. Their fight for survival cuts through all the discipline and rules, to tie them together in a unique bond of companionship and trust.
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All roads lead to the homeworlds, to the timeless cities of ancient worlds — dark, corrupt. For the outsider — stranger, colonial, mutoid — it's alien and dangerous. For the... More > 'Earther' headed back after many years, it's not what you expected, nor where you want to be. Chicago, Marsport, Sequoia ... the skycities of the Jupiter system are the new worlds on the old high frontier, new battlefields were Death wears the same old face. Aerosports, Angelwar — politics gone mad — the launch of a supercarrier — the death of a friend. Nothing is as it seems; enemies and allies trade places. Trust only those you know, believe only what you see. This volume repeats the dazzling form of SCORPIO. Jarrat and Stone are back with a vengeance in a pivotal novel taking the Athena to the heart of humanity’s old home. It’s a thrill-a-page ride, rich with action, intrigue and sensuality, set against a background of real worlds. Read SEVEN chapters online: www.melkeegan.com.< Less
Ganymede #6 issue, gay men's quarterly journal. 272 pp. David Sedaris, Denton Welch, Robert Louis Stevenson, book and film reviews, secrets of the Duchess of Windsor, cutting-edge gay poets, fiction... More > authors, artists, and photographers from around the world. Contents and readable sample pages at www.ganymedenyc.com.< Less
Ganymede #5 issue, gay men's quarterly journal. 344 pp. Edmund White, Oscar Wilde, Glenway Wescott, Susan Glaspell, cutting-edge gay poets, fiction authors, artists, and photographers from around the... More > world. Contents and readable sample pages at www.ganymedenyc.com.
"When I pulled Ganymede #5 out of its box, I held a spine nearly an inch thick, healthy for an annual but unheard-of for a quarterly. And when I reached the end of its 344 pages, my head was spinning. Nothing remotely like Ganymede has been seen in the gay community in my lifetime. After crucial essays by Edmund White and Oscar Wilde, each section, presented with style and snap, leads you deep into gay male experiences of genuine interest and pungency. Ganymede has already been praised for its textual importance and visual splendor, but with this issue, it rises to real historic grandeur. No literate gay man can afford to miss it."--Erik Mitchell in AssociatedContent.com< Less