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Eden, Dawn

by Authors Archer Swift ,

Fleeing an Earth inferno, thirty thousand humans landed on a terrifying yet beautiful planet, they named Eden, hoping to find a new start. Ten years later three hundred and sixty-seven survive; staving off the brutal, carnivorous creatures that prey on them, holding out against a formidable humanoid species known, initially, only as them, while facing insidious deceit and betrayal from within their own ranks. Wrestling through his own inner turmoil; plagued by the galling memories of Earth’s final hurrah, the death of his parents, and awakened feelings for a girl his best friend loves, shy seventeen-year-old Ristan Abel finds himself plunged...

Alice in Wonderland

by Authors Lewis Carroll ,

Alice in wonderland is classic story has been read and reproduced countless times and will always continue to be an amazing piece of literary art. Follow a girl named Alice down the rabbit hole into a place of wonder where oddities, logic and wordplay rule supreme. Encounter all the famous characters from this classic story like the Cheshire Cat who can vanish into thin air, the Mad Hatter who is obsessed with riddles and the merciless Queen of Hearts. This is a land of amazement and where the laws of our world do not apply. Alice must find her way through...

The Count of Monte Cristo

by Authors Alexandre Dumas ,

Any list of stories dealing with the theme of revenge is sure to have this expertly told novel near the top. The story is intimately linked with the history of its setting: early 1800s France, following the defeat and exile of Emperor Napoleon Bonapart. The unforgettable protagonist Edmond Dantès, a merchant sailor, is wrongfully imprisoned on accusations of supporting the former Emperor. Abbé Faria, a cellmate known as the Mad Priest, speaks often of an unimaginably vast secret treasure, which Dantès vows to seek out in order to exact revenge on those who have taken away his freedom and his fiancée....

Grimm’s Fairy Tales

by Authors Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm ,

Originally published in 1812, the assorted fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm have become legendary throughout the Western world. Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm penned some of the most enduring stories of the ages, including Rapunzel and Cinderella. Grimm’s Fairy Tales is full of stories that have been adapted and re-told time and time again in film, on television and on the live stage. The classic stories included in this collection are familiar to most adults, though some of the lesser-known fairy tales of the dynamic brothers are also included. Originally written as tales with a strong moral bent, the stories of...

Peter Pan

by Authors James Matthew Barrie ,

J. M. Barrie’s “Peter Pan” in the revolutionary Bed Book Landscape Reading Format – a new approach to reading in bed as well as other places people enjoy reading while lying down, such as the beach, or on a grassy lawn in the park. Bed Books provide the freedom to lie in any comfortable position without being obligated to sit up in order to read....

Moby Dick

by Authors Herman Melville ,

Moby-Dick; or, The Whale by Herman Melville, first published in 1851, is a classic tale of obsession and revenge. This book, commonly known simply as ‘Moby Dick’ is considered to be a literary classic and a great example of American literature. The story tells the adventures of Ishmael, a wandering sailor on a voyage led by Captain Ahab. It soon becomes evident that Captain cares only about one thing; Finding and killing Moby dick, The legendary white whale that took his leg and his previous ship. Ishmael soon finds that Ahab’s obsession takes them straight into the path of danger of...

24:01 One Minute After

by Authors Eric Diehl ,

Can you imagine what your world might be like, One Minute After? A blurring of reality that transcends rational bounds; where every frame of reference has been turned on its head, and visuals are but fleeting reflections in a hall of mirrors? Venture, then, if you dare, into this anthology of horror, science fiction and fantasy; some dark and some light, but all a challenge to your imagination. We will begin with an experiment in nano-biotechnology gone very wrong, and, if you do not perish in transit, end in a desperate alternate reality on Olde Aearth; emerging with a glimmer of...

Beowulf

by Authors J. Lesslie Hall ,

This is an exact copy of the famous Anglo-Saxon poem: Beowulf . The epic begins following the great Scandinavian hero Beowulf in the 6th century. Beowulf marches with his fourteen warriors to Denmark to defeat an ancient evil. Arriving at Heorot they find the king of Heorot Hrothgar, who is terrified by the monster known as Grendel and Beowulf vows to vanquish this evil from the world. Beowulf is a true example of heroic literature, he blindly follows his path that he believes has already been chosen for him by fate and destiny....

A Tale of Two Cities

by Authors Charles Dickens ,

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,” This opening line may be one of the most well known opening sentences in all of literature. A Tale of Two Cities is an literary classic by Charles Dickens, published in 1859 it has sold over 200 million copies world wide. The book is set in the late 18th century during the turbulent time of the French Revolution. Dickens paints a vivid picture of the aristocratic french society by following several characters through the hardships and brutality of the revolution....

Control (The State #1)

by Authors Tom Wright ,

Set in future Austin, TX, the state forces the obedience of its population through a sophisticated drug. The Academics, the police force for the state, enforce order and ensure the drug is administered to the people. While most of the citizens are turned into drones, a token fighting force rebels against the state’s military might. Kara, a soldier of the resistance, is given the daunting task of turning her old friend Matt, a captured Academic, to her side. Orem, the resistance leader, must face his past and make the right choices for the resistance, even if it costs him dearly. The...