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Strange and Unusual Tales from the Isle of Dogs By The Islander
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Although not a born and bred ‘Islander’, it did not take me long to fall under its spell. The Isle of Dogs is a place of great contrasts and contradictions but is home to thousands and... More > the work destination of many thousands more. My interest in local history led me into many of the nooks and crannies of the island and led to an idea of spreading its magic further afield. For even in London the ‘island’ is relatively unknown and understood. When I began the Isle of Dogs Life blog in 2012, I had no idea it would become popular with people all around the world and introduce me to many fascinating people and places. Over the years, many people have asked when I was going to write a book and finally I have succumbed to the idea. I have always enjoyed finding strange and unusual stories about the ‘Island’ and the surrounding area and I am delighted to bring them together and share them with you. Happy reading The Islander< Less
The Island By Des Greene
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The voyage of a middle aged man to an island off the west coast of Ireland allows him the opportunity to re-assess his life and where it has brought him. The wild background of the island serves as a... More > fitting stage to unravel the emerging philosophy that a life has revealed.< Less
The Islands By Ian Thiele
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This adventure novel shows the life of a centaur named Jonas whos world is turned upside down when his mother is killed by some bullies. Come along with Jonas as he goes on this action packed... More > adventure to regain his life.< Less
Islands By Marta Randall
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Science has conquered death, except … for Tia Hamley. The Immortals, forever young and beautiful, turn life into games and baubles; fated to age and die, Tia demands that her life have... More > meaning and searches for it from the amusement park of ice-free Antarctica to the land of damaged outcasts in Australia to an underwater expedition to the sunken Hawaiian islands. Her Immortal companions pillage the ruins for knick-knacks while she seeks mysteries. And finds them.< Less
Ísland By Jake E. Sampson
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Martin lives a life of quite regret until finally fulfilling his grandfather's last wish and visits the island of his ancestors. Uncovering a dark and mysterious force living within the rocks of... More > Iceland, Martin discovers there is more to the island than he could have possibly imagined.< Less
The Islander By Abbie Fish
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Trey Argento is a self-righteous, non caring son of the famous, Emillio Argento. Trey thinks that once he turns 18 he will take in his dads riches, but he has no idea what is actually going to... More > happen. Trey is living his normal life when he is framed in the middle of high school. No one believes that he is innocent and that leads to him getting kicked off the varsity football team, being dumped, and having to adapt to a new life style of being an outcast. Trey tries to ditch school, and while he is unlocking his car, something hits him, and he blacks out. When he wakes up, he is surrounded by palm trees, broken glass, dark skies, and endless waters. All he knows is that his dad was the mind behind the framing, and he has no chance of escaping.< Less
The Island By Bernard James
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Jack Bernard was a journalist, unfortunately not a particularly good journalist but ever the optimist, dreamer and harmless schemer. After unsuccessful attempts at writing novels he realized it was... More > because his life was essentially boring. To remedy that, a grand adventure was planned to provide writing material for his next novel. A trip to the far east and tour of remote islands on a tramp steamer followed, and the adventures he experienced exceeded the wildest expectations of even his fertile imagination.< Less
The Island By Bernard James
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Jack Bernard was a journalist, unfortunately not a particularly good journalist but ever the optimist, dreamer and harmless schemer. After unsuccessful attempts at writing novels he realized it was... More > because his life was essentially boring. To remedy that, a grand adventure was planned to provide writing material for his next novel. A trip to the far east and tour of remote islands on a tramp steamer followed, and the adventures he experienced exceeded the wildest expectations of even his fertile imagination.< Less
The Islander By Charles Whittlesey
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In 2155 there are two Americas: one for the wealthy and one for the poor. The wealthy control most of the land and all the technology, while the poor lead short and squalid lives confined to the... More > remnants of America's collapsed cities, known as Islands. The two cultures collide when Galen Fairchild, a young Islander, falls in love with Mata Vandermere, the daughter of a prosperous family from the modern city of Stratis. Like Romeo and Juliet, Galen and Mata struggle to stay together in the face of daunting opposition from family, friends, and many other forces. Their troubles finally lead them into the ghostlike ruins of downtown Minneapolis, where no Islander dares to go. Inside the crumbling skyscrapers, they discover a strange power linked to Galen's past, which not only changes his life forever, but also pits the two cultures against each other with cataclysmic results. For more information, see charleswhittlesey.blogspot.com< Less
The Island By Matt Shaw
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The Island Ten contestants were sent to a deserted island in the Pacific Ocean, where they'd be left to fend for themselves for a number of weeks, as part of a new reality television show. After a... More > quick weekend learning basic survival skills, these people were dumped on the island's shoreline with basic rations, basic tools and equipment they could use to document their journey. Also tucked in the supplies were radios with which to communicate with the show's producers if they needed evacuation at any point. The purpose of the show was simple: See if modern man and woman still had the skills to survive away from the comforts every day life now provided them... ... But when things go wrong they quickly learn that they're very much alone and part of a much, much darker reality television program. From the makers of "The Game"...< Less