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The Archers Revenge

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Aryan's father is killed by a powerful Minister. No one, including the Police, is ready to help him get justice for the death of his father. Can the Minister be allowed to get away with a murder just because he is powerful? What can a mere unarmed individual do? But Aryan is not totally unarmed - he has been training to get an Olympic medal in Archery. Can one man with bows and arrows bring a powerful Minister, protected by the Police, down to his knees? Can archery win against guns and might? Set in contemporary India but written for International readers, this tale is bound to change your perspectives about a number of things in life: Underdogs are not always underdogs. Friends are not always friends. Destiny doesn't always favor a select few.

Dragonia: Revenge of the Dragons

Dragonia: Revenge of the Dragons Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Craig A. Price Jr.
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Drinking dragon blood is addictive … … but the powers it gives humans is unmatched … Zaviana is freed from slavery, only to become a slave to a mercenary who wants to protect her. She desperately wants her freedom, and she seeks to convince the mercenary to help her bring freedom to all of Kaeldroga. If they don’t stop the empire this time, it could be the end … for everyone. But can she trust a mercenary? The Dragonia Empire has lost the first battle, but they’re not prepared to lose the war. With the help of their dragonriders and their bloodthirsty shadowmen, they will stop at nothing to have their revenge. If you love Dragonriders of Pern and Eragon and you’re looking for a great new dragonrider fantasy to read, you’ll love this series because it not only has dragonriders, but also wyvernriders and you’ll get to see how they stand up against each other. Get it now! This epic fantasy series includes: Dragonia: Rise of the Wyverns: (*Free ebook) Dragonia: Revenge of the Dragons Dragonia: Dragon Stone Dragonia: Rise of Magic Dragonia: Fall of the Dragons Fans of the following books and series are known to enjoy this epic fantasy series: Dragonlance Chronicles Dragons of Autumn Twilight Dragons of Spring Dawning Dragons of Winter Night Eragon Eldest Brisingr Inheritance Dragons of Pern Dragons of Eden Harry Potter A Wrinkle In Time The Chronicles of Narnia Dragons Rioting Game of Thrones Rise of the Dragons A Quest of Heroes Dragonsworn Magic of Recluce The Mallorean The Belgariad The Elenium Shannara Chronicles Sword of Shannara Elfstones of Shannara Dragonriders of Pern Assassin's Apprentice Fans of the following authors are known to enjoy this young adult fantasy series: JRR Tolkien David Eddings Terry Brooks Glen G. Thater Daniel Arenson L.R.W. Lee Robin Hobb Peter V. Brett C.S. Lewis R.A. Salvatore Joe Abercrombie Morgan Rice Lindsay Buroker Anne McCaffrey Scott Sigler Christopher Paolini J. K. Rowling Brandon Sanderson Taran Matharu Sherrilyn Kenyon Michael J. Sullivan Mark Lawrence Fritz Leiber Conan Patrick Rothfuss Brandon Sanderson Scott Lynch Marion Zimmer Bradley R. Scott Bakker Robert Jordan Brent Weeks Stephen Donaldson Keywords related to this epic fantasy series: Ya Fantasy Books, Epic Sagas, Free Young Adults Fantasy Books, Animals & Nature, Young Adult Bundle And Teen Bundle, Young Adults Books Free, Free Science Fiction Books, Popular Series, Young Adults Books Free, Young Adult Box Set, Free Paranormal Fantasy Books For Young Adults, Top Rated Books, Tricks, Fantasy Omnibus, Dinosaur Mania, Epic Turtle Tales, Epic of Gilgamesh, Spells & Charms, Epic Fantasy Books Free, Free Romance Books, Free Dragon Books, Wizards, Young Adults Romance Books Free, Horse Books For Free, Epic Free, Free Paranormal Books, Free Fantasy Romance Books For Young Adults, Free Sci Fi Books, Omnibus Set, Omnibus Best Books For Kids, Essential Reads, Epic Fantasy, Giants, Free Books For Kids, Omnibus Bundle, Dragons Free Books, Dragons Of The Night, Young Adult Omnibus, Dragon Books Free, Free Series Starters, Free Fantasy Books For Young Adults, Young Adult Series , Druids, Free Adventure Books, Dragon Box Set, Top Rated Teen Fantasy Collection With Dragons And Shapeshifters, Free Fantasy Books For Adults, Dragon Books Free Kids, Young Adults Free Books, Free Books For Girls 8 12 Free Only, Free Audiobooks, Boys, Fantasy Bundle, Heroine, Dryads, Free Paranormal Fantasy Books For Young Adults, For Teenagers, Fantasy Box Sets, Sword And Sorcery, Dragonsdawn, Girls Omnibus, Free Books For Girls, Dragon Romance Free, Dragon Omnibus, Dragons Series, Fantasy Box Set, Fantasy Stories, Science Fiction Megapack, Dragon Series, Free Series Box Sets Fantasy, For Teenage Girls, Free Science Fiction And Fantasy Books, Adventure Books Free, Kids Books Free For Age 8 And Up, Ya Fantasy, Dragons Omnibus, Best Rated Omnibus Young Adult Dragon, Omnibus Collection, Boxed Set, Free Sci Fi Fantasy Books, Free Books To Read And Download, Young Adults Romance Books, Magical Adventures, Free Books, Top Teens Dragon, Dragons Box Set

Essence of the Archers

Essence of the Archers Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Caitlin-Rose Owens
Editor: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1447621018
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A pair of twins join a band of archers and help save the world.

Dragon's Revenge

Dragon's Revenge Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Debi Ennis Binder
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Powerful Ring-Witches, Mayra and Wolfe have fled their kingdom with the dragons they rescued, accompanied by their witch-warrior friends. But once they reach the dragon’s icy homeland, they find an empty Aerie. Where are the female dragons and their younglings? Barely do the witches have time to rest before they are winging their way to rescue the stolen dragons. But the dragons are keeping a secret from Mayra and Wolfe, and the witches quickly find themselves trapped in a vast system of caverns with Hagan, an evil, fanatical dragon. Having found a powerful talisman so horrifying that Mayra can scarcely believe it, Hagan knows he has the upper claw, and Mayra is running out of time. The female dragons and their tiny offspring will be killed unless Mayra permits Hagan to collect his terrible treasure from its hiding place. But if she doesn’t wrest the talisman from Hagan before he can use it, he will take control of all the dragons. Can Mayra and Wolfe rescue the dragons—large and small—and find the talisman before all that the mighty dragons hold dearest to them is destroyed? Mayra and Wolfe once battled with dragons at their sides and easily won against humans. But they know the tides have turned; Hagan is a wielder of dark dragon magic. And he dares the humans to battle him—the most savagely horrific dragon ever hatched—a dragon that even other dragons fear.

Künker Auktion 130 - The De Wit Collection of Medieval Coins, 1000 Years of European Coinage, Part II: Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Bohemia, Moravia, Hungary, Silesia, Poland, Baltic States, Russia and the golden Horde

Künker Auktion 130 - The De Wit Collection of Medieval Coins, 1000 Years of European Coinage, Part II: Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Bohemia, Moravia, Hungary, Silesia, Poland, Baltic States, Russia and the golden Horde Pdf/ePub eBook Author:
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Harlequin (The Grail Quest, Book 1)

Harlequin (The Grail Quest, Book 1) Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Bernard Cornwell
Editor: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007338783
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It was the time when the English came across the Channel to take the battle to the French.

Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance - Strategy Guide

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Editor: Gamer Guides
ISBN: 163041249X
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There are three major areas in the Disgaea universe, Celestia, which is home to the angels, the Human World, and the Netherworlds. The Netherworlds are split up into a bunch of different ones, each governed by an Overlord, who has their own set of rules. Those very same Netherworlds are now in danger of being destroyed or taken over by an evil army known as The Lost, who is being led Void Dark. However, a ray of hope appears in the form of Killia, who seems to have a deep grudge against Void Dark. Can he really go through the rumored 10 billion Lost soldiers and exact his revenge against Void? Let us guide you on the epic journey from Level 1 to Level 9999, as you shoot, punch and fry enemies with various skills in our Disgaea 5 comprehensive guide! - Detailed strategies on getting through the main story; - How to get through the postgame content, including beat the super optional boss; - Create and power up a character that can deal in excess of 10 billion damage; - Get the most out of the Item and Chara Worlds; - Obtain every single trophy in the game.

A Prisoner of Birth

A Prisoner of Birth Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jeffrey Archer
Editor: St. Martin\'s Press
ISBN: 1429934492
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International bestseller and master storyteller Jeffrey Archer returns with a tale of fate and fortune, redemption and revenge with A Prisoner of Birth. Danny Cartwright and Spencer Craig never should have met. One evening, Danny, an East End cockney who works as a garage mechanic, takes his fianceé up to the West End to celebrate their engagement. He crosses the path of Spencer Craig, a West End barrister posed to be the youngest Queen's Counsel of his generation. A few hours later Danny is arrested for murder and later is sentenced to twenty-two years in prison, thanks to irrefutable testimony from Spencer, the prosecution's main witness. Danny spends the next few years in a high-security prison while Spencer Craig's career as a lawyer goes straight up. All the while Danny plans to escape and wreak his revenge. Thus begins Jeffrey Archer's poignant novel of deception, hatred and vengeance, in which only one of them can finally triumph while the other will spend the rest of his days in jail. But which one will triumph? This suspenseful novel takes the listener through so many twists and turns that no one will guess the ending, even the most ardent of Archer's many, many fans.


Britannia Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Nicolas Heft
Editor: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1426940858
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Marcus Caius, a Roman legionnaire in the Tenth Legion, has served for the entirety of Julius Caesars Gallic War. Lately, however, British soldiers have begun to reinforce the Gallic army. With the province of Belgica now under control, Caesar plots a reconnaissance-en-force to the island of Britannia before the onset of winter, and Marcus is to be among the force. Before long, the expedition suffers setbacks, and the Legionnaires are left to fend for themselves and find a way to cross the channel back to Gaul before it is too late. Will there ever be a time when the Romans are not despised for their warring ways? As Caesar and his forces attempt to conquer Britannia, facing fierce resistance, that question comes to the fore again and again.

Phantom of the Gods II

Phantom of the Gods II Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Paris Tolbert
Editor: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1662456654
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After the battle of Elvenworth, Khaladi escapes with the undead queen Aymar. Finally, together, the three companions are fighting the demon orc sisters while they pledge with Khaladi. Together, they will fight the corruption and reunite the mermaids to fight next to their prince who will be their new king. Tyren II will go through the halls of the once great king, Tyrion Tyren I. The Atlanteans don’t think he is ready, but the trials of the kings will make him ready to become the mermaid king and reunite his people, but the darkness has risen quickly, and the gods have many plans for the one true king.

The Complete Works of Matthew Henry

The Complete Works of Matthew Henry Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Matthew Henry
Editor: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441233466
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This comprehensive collection of Matthew Henry's sermons, treatises, and tracts covers such wide-ranging subjects as baptism, the Lord's Supper, religion in the home, prayer, catechism, Christian love and charity, and more.

Prophet Muhammad

Prophet Muhammad Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mustafa Erdogan
Editor: Tughra Books
ISBN: 1597846791
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This book is a short summary of Prophet Muhammad's life for the younger readers. It presents major milestones in the life of the Prophet with an easy to understand style in line with the mainstream Islamic tradition. It is also a great bedtime story book for interested families who want to read from the life of the Prophet.

Titus Andronicus

Titus Andronicus Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Philip C. Kolin
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317532376
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Originally published in 1995. In three parts – introduction, criticism and reviews – this volume examines the goriest of Shakespeare’s works. The editor’s exhaustive introduction runs through the pattern of changing scholarship and commentary, introducing the key interests in the play, from its authorship to its language, rhetoric and performance. Early commentaries focused on arguing about whether the play was truly Shakespeare’s. A selection of the most important of these are included here followed by later investigations looking at myriad topics and characters – revenge, violence, race, Aaron, women, tragedy and Tamora. The large section of reviews of stage performances, arranged chronologically, ranges from 1857 to 1990. Two final pieces interestingly survey stage history of Titus in Japan and in Germany.


Nottingham Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Nathan Makaryk
Editor: Forge Books
ISBN: 1250195624
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Nathan Makaryk's epic and daring debut rewrites the Robin Hood legend, giving voice to those history never mentioned and challenging who's really a hero and a villain. “The most pleasurable reading experience I've had since first discovering George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire.” — Bryan Cogman, Co-Executive Producer and Writer, Game of Thrones No king. No rules. England, 1191. King Richard is half a world away, fighting for God and his own ambition. Back home, his country languishes, bankrupt and on the verge of anarchy. People with power are running unchecked. People without are growing angry. And in Nottingham, one of the largest shires in England, the sheriff seems intent on doing nothing about it. As the leaves turn gold in the Sherwood Forest, the lives of six people—Arable, a servant girl with a secret, Robin and William, soldiers running from their pasts, Marion, a noblewoman working for change, Guy of Gisbourne, Nottingham’s beleaguered guard captain, and Elena Gamwell, a brash, ambitious thief—become intertwined. And a strange story begins to spread . . . At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

The Santa Louise Kid - Warcry

The Santa Louise Kid - Warcry Pdf/ePub eBook Author: T. Robert Yani
Editor: Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 1457502933
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The Santa Louise Kid - Warcry The Santa Louise Kid - Warcry is the second book in the The Santa Louise Kid trilogy. The Santa Louise Kid - Murder began in thirteenth century France and ended on Santa Louise Island, California in 1951. Warcry picks up from where Murder left off. Jamie Tomas Wilson is the most powerful warlock ever to be sent to earth by is parents, Simon Magus and Helen of Troy. He's been assigned three tasks by his grandfather. He must go back in time and reverse the results on the Spanish Armada battle; the Spanish won. Stop Baal's demons from supporting Chief Pontiac. Reverse the success of the warlock Major John Andre. Jamie is supported by his legion of warlocks and witches. The Demolays, Mendalsons, and Williams families are back. Sixteen-year-old Jamie meets his first two loves; Lizzy Turner and Marie DeMolay, they are both from the eighteenth century. T. Robert Yani T. Robert Yani tired of reading other writers books. At age 60 he decided to write his own novel, The Santa Louise Kid - Murder. The Santa Louise Kid - Warcry is the second work of the Santa Louise Kid trilogy. Rob is currently a project manager in Central Florida. He is married and has two daughters in their twenties. He loves baseball, history, and travel. Every place he goes he collects a shot glass. He has over two hundred and fifty. He is currently doing research for the last book of the trilogy, The Santa Louise Kid - Heavenly Wars II.

Froissart's Chronicles

Froissart's Chronicles Pdf/ePub eBook Author: John Jolliffe
Editor: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 057129023X
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The Chronicles of Jean Froissart (1337-1410) are universally acknowledged as the most vivid and faithful account of 14th century events and ideas. This medieval collector of intelligence travelled widely from Scotland and Wales to France, Italy and the Netherlands, conversing with gentlemen of rank everywhere and developing a tremendous skill for persuading those about him to divulge their secrets. These Chronicles offer an unrivalled picture of the age of chivalry, drawn by a contemporary, with a verve that recalls Chaucer. Fresh, vivid, immediate and laced with a certain disrespect for the Establishment, they tell of acts of gallantry, tournaments, feasts and wars that make for fascinating reading, abetted by John Jolliffe's translation that renders Froissart into highly accessible modem English.

The Phantom Virus

The Phantom Virus Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mark Cheverton
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1510706801
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Herobrine has crafted an evil game for Gameknight999 to play. Herobrine, the artificially intelligent virus, was deleted. The computer it resided in was completely destroyed. Without their leader, the few survivors of its evil army were cast away into the shadows. It looked as if there would finally be peace and happiness throughout the servers of Minecraft. But suddenly, and mysteriously, software began misbehaving. Sheep fell from the sky. Snowballs appeared out of nowhere. What seemed at first like harmless glitches quickly became dangerous. Pigs begin walking backwards, it starts to snow in the middle of the desert, and sheep are falling from the sky. Gameknight999, the User-that-is-not-a-user, has no choice but to investigate. But the odd yet harmless pranks are turning deadly, and it’s not long before entire villages are completely destroyed. Examining the arrogant clues, Gameknight is no longer so sure that Herobrine was destroyed after all. Is it possible he escaped? Everything points towards a deadly trap far worse than anything that Minecraft has seen before. Will Gameknight solve the puzzle before the Overworld is destroyed? Sky Pony Press, with our Good Books, Racehorse and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of books for young readers—picture books for small children, chapter books, books for middle grade readers, and novels for young adults. Our list includes bestsellers for children who love to play Minecraft; stories told with LEGO bricks; books that teach lessons about tolerance, patience, and the environment, and much more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

A Templar Knight’s Tale

A Templar Knight’s Tale Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Henry Fusco
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1663231958
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I love to tell the story of heroic knights, great battles, evil doers, and the Dark Prince of Naples, a complex man who traveled over two continents to find himself. In his travels he was accompanied by his two cousins. Arturo the skillful. A deadly swordsman second only to the Dark Prince. His other cousin is Baldassare the ferocious. The strongest man in Naples. A quiet man, but when aroused, his legendary strength and brute force is savage and terrifying. A good story needs a villain. We have one. A miscreant who is called Greco. What about love you ask? Ravenaire, the love of the Dark Prince and she of him. Oh, and did I mention the Assassins of Syria and their relationship to the Dark Prince? And least I forget, the Knights Templar. Well, my friend, let me introduce myself to you. I am called Brother Tristan du Lyonesse, a Templar knight.

Rebels of Vulvar

Rebels of Vulvar Pdf/ePub eBook Author: J. K. Spenser
Editor: Sage Knight Press
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An archaeologist from Earth, finds himself grasped once again in the talons of life-threatening danger on the alien planet Vulvar as this dark fantasy, science fiction saga continues. After many years back on Earth, yearning to return to Vulvar, archaeologist Tobias Hart finds himself transported once again from his placid, uneventful life on Earth to the strange, barbaric world where females rule. Hart, eager to return to his former role as a chaste male slave, hopes to again find himself in the arms of his true love, a Vulvarian female warrior. Yet he discovers Vulvar has become a world of chaos and upheaval. A large band of rebellious male slaves with a ruthless leader having seized control over one Vulvarian city already, have set their sights on Hart's former city. With Thiva under threat of invasion and defilement, and all those he loves at risk, Hart has been called back to Vulvar to carry out another dangerous mission as an agent of the mysterious Goddess-Queens. Discover a brilliantly imagined world where females are masters and males live to serve their every desire. Rebels of Vulvar is the 2nd book in the Vulvarian Saga, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.

The Battle of Verneuil 1424

The Battle of Verneuil 1424 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Richard Wadge
Editor: The History Press
ISBN: 0750963352
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In August 1424 the armies of England, Scotland and France met in the open fields outside the walls of Verneuil in a battle that would decide the future of the English conquests in France. The hero king, Henry V, had been dead for two years and the French felt that this was their chance to avenge their startling defeat at Agincourt, and recover the lands that Henry had won for England. Despite its importance, the battle is largely overlooked in accounts of the Hundred Years War. The Battle of Verneuil 1424 is the first proper account of the battle, and is also one of the first books to outline the important part the Scots played in the wars in France in the years between the two great battles of Agincourt and Verneuil.

Flaming Classics

Flaming Classics Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Alexander Doty
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134001436
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This lively, opinionated, and playful look at the movies is a must-read for film buffs, and for anyone interested in gender, sexuality, and popular culture. One thing's for sure. After reading Flaming Classics you'll know you're definitely not in Kansas anymore.

The Tales of Hoffmann

The Tales of Hoffmann Pdf/ePub eBook Author: William Germano
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1839020636
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The Tales of Hoffmann (1951) is a unique and important film, both in the history of British cinema and in the history of interdisciplinary art-making. It is the first full-throttle presentation of an opera on screen: a Technicolor exploration of romance, fantasy, and failure, more danced than sung.

The Protestant Bible Correctly Translated

The Protestant Bible Correctly Translated Pdf/ePub eBook Author: William Harwood
Editor: World Audience Inc
ISBN: 1935444298
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There has long been a need for a translation of the Judaeo-Christian Bible that did not deliberately mistranslate certain words and sentences for the purpose of concealing that the biblical authors' beliefs were quite different from those of modern Jews, Christians and Muslims. For example, "The LORD" is a falsification of the proper name Yahweh, a god like Zeus or Jupiter. But the most blatant fraud has been the rendering of the Hebrew word allahiym as the male proper name, "God." Allahiym is neither a proper name nor singular nor unisexual. Al means a god. The suffix -ah is a feminine singular inflection, so that allah means "goddess." The suffix -iym is a masculine plural inflection, making allahiym a dual-sex, generic plural, "male and female gods," or, in the common gender, "gods." This translation corrects such falsifications. For extra copies contact:

The Robin Hood Handbook

The Robin Hood Handbook Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mike Dixon-Kennedy
Editor: The History Press
ISBN: 0752495607
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Robin Hood, whether riding through the glen, robbing the rich to pay the poor or giving the Sheriff of Nottingham his come-uppance, is one of the most captivating and controversial legendary figures. Was there a historical figure behind the legends? Did Robin and his Merry Men rampage through Sherwood Forest? Or did he spend most of his time in Barnsdale Wood in Yorkshire? And is the story of the freedom-loving Saxons refusing to be put under the Norman yoke, as portrayed in the Errol Flynn films, true? Mike Dixon-Kennedy ranges far and wide in his quest to present a complete picture of the exploits of this indestructible hero, drawing on ballads, poems, proverbs, films, novels, folklore, musicals and place-names.


Genpei Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Kara Dalkey
Editor: Tor Books
ISBN: 0765386356
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Throughout the twelfth century, two rival clans, the Minomoto and the Taira, struggled for supremacy in Imperial Japan. Each attempted a rebellion and, for a time, the Taira gained ascendancy. But their rule turned despotic and at last, during the Genpei War of 1179-1185, the Minomoto drove the Taira out of the capital and took control for themselves. At the final battle of Dan-no-ura, the Taira-born child-emperor and his family all jumped into the Inland Sea to avoid capture and drowned. With them was lost the Imperial Sword, never to be seen again. The Minomoto leader took control, moved the capital, and became the first Shogun of Japan. That much is history. But wherefore come the tales of superhuman strength, the incredible insight, the clandestine knowledge of the Genpei War's heroes? There has been much speculation throughout the generations. Some have called the Minomoto's rise to power destiny, others call it a deal between humans and spirits-since even in death, the eternal Japanese warrior's spirit cannot be laid to rest. How much is truth, how much legend? One can never tell, for there are older, stranger tales as well.... At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

The Cross and the Crescent

The Cross and the Crescent Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Gregory Graves,Stephanie Tombs
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1543453961
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In AD 458, a Roman general falls victim to the dark myths and legends of Europe. During his campaign in Germania, Nikoli Fenchetti is bitten by an unknown being, granting him immortality and dark gifts. In time, his sickness is revealed to him, unmasking the deep, raw truth. As he becomes educated on who and what he truly became, Nosferatu, Fenchetti utilizes his dark, undead talent, questing across Europe and the Middle East in search for his reasoning with life. It was an inner torment that drives him to the brink of insanity. While crossing the vast continents in the mid-ages, Nikoli meets two cursed Romans who crucified Christ, Maximus and Titus. Their journey through the years will bring them to the church, the Vatican, and its secrets. Only the dark gift Nikoli possesses is useful to the black pope and his allies. Only his immortal skills are needed to find the Second Coming of Christ. But when the unborn child is discovered, so undo the lies and deceit.

The Master of Edaun

The Master of Edaun Pdf/ePub eBook Author: D. E. Hendley Jr.
Editor: Author House
ISBN: 1477263934
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The Master of Edaun; Blood of Brothers The righteous warriors shall prevail!' Three men meet in the military. The men discover from each other their lives mirrored each other. Each man, Native Americans and taught the artistry of weapons and the visions of medieval warfare. Odd each discovered the others grew up the same way. Yeah all had twisted crazy fathers right? To top it all off they each enjoy the life as knights and swordsmanship. Any way after their stints in the military they decide to join together as archaeologist. During one of their digs, they discover another world. A world where evil rules. Our long time friends journey deep into a world where evil has taken over. Was their fathers seers of the future? Or do things really connect? Human kind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect.... -Chief Seattle- *** Hunter, the lead character in the book, is helped by his long time friends Jinx and Tunk. Three Scottish brothers O’Cey, Mac and Dilman join in battle for the freedom of Rhea. Young Dil introduces a new gift he has developed. This gift helps in the crusade but could be dangerous. An evil wizard, Alexar, controls from the captured fortress Edaun. His rule is ruthless as he heads murderers, thieves and the nasty creatures that roam this island called Rhea. Step into the Master's world... The righteous will come, and the giants will be avengers of the slain. The people will arise and the eagles will again take flight.” ‘Thorn’ The Master of Edaun

Golden Magic

Golden Magic Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Viktoria Wealth
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 9781469758206
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Linda Goodman's Love Signs

Linda Goodman's Love Signs Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Linda Goodman
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The New York Times bestseller that helps you explore whether romance is in the stars. Linda Goodman’s Love Signs addresses the question asked by everyone familiar with astrology: How do I relate to someone of another sign? Each sign is “related” to the twelve signs of the zodiac in a different and unique way. Each section addresses the differences for a male and a female with the same sign matches. This is an updated edition of Linda Goodman’s lively bestseller, which has introduced millions to the concept of astrological compatibility. “What seems to set Goodman’s books apart from other stargazing guides is their knowledgeable approach and comprehensive reach.” —Newsweek

A History of the British Army, Vol.1 (of 2)

A History of the British Army, Vol.1 (of 2) Pdf/ePub eBook Author: J. W. Fortescue
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The history of the British Army is commonly supposed to begin with the year 1661, and from the day, the 14th of February, whereon King Charles the Second took over Monk's Regiment of Foot from the Commonwealth's service to his own, and named it the Coldstream Guards. The assumption is unfortunately more convenient than accurate. The British standing army dates not from 1661 but from 1645, not from Monk's regiment but from the famous New Model, which was established by Act of the Long Parliament and maintained, in substance, until the Restoration. The continuity of the Coldstream regiment's existence was practically unbroken by the ceremony of Saint Valentine's day, and this famous corps therefore forms the link that binds the New Model to the Army of Queen Victoria. But we are not therefore justified in opening the history of the army with the birth of the New Model. The very name indicates the existence of an earlier model, and throws us back to the outbreak of the Civil War. There then confronts us the difficulty of conceiving how an organised body of trained fighting men could have been formed without the superintendence of experienced officers. We are forced to ask whence came those officers, and where did they learn their profession. The answer leads us to the Thirty Years' War and the long struggle for Dutch Independence, to the English and Scots, numbered by tens, nay, hundreds of thousands, who fought under Gustavus Adolphus and Maurice of Nassau. Two noble regiments still abide with us as representatives of these two schools, a standing record of our army's 'prentice years. But though we go back two generations before the Civil War to find the foundation of the New Model Army, it is impossible to pause there. In the early years of Queen Elizabeth's reign we are brought face to face with an important period in our military history, with a break in old traditions, an unwilling conformity with foreign standards, in a word, with the renascence in England of the art of war. For there were memories to which the English clung with pathetic tenacity, not in Elizabeth's day only but even to the midst of the Civil War, the memories of King Harry the Fifth, of the Black Prince, of Edward the Third, and of the unconquerable infantry that had won the day at Agincourt, Poitiers, and Creçy. The passion of English sentiment over the change is mirrored to us for all time in the pages of Shakespeare; for no nation loves military reform so little as our own, and we shrink from the thought that if military glory is not to pass from a possession into a legend, it must be eternally renewed with strange weapons and by unfamiliar methods. This was the trouble which afflicted England under the Tudors, and she comforted herself with the immortal prejudice that is still her mainstay in all times of doubt, "I tell thee herald, I thought upon one pair of English legs Did march three Frenchmen." The origin of the new departures in warfare must therefore be briefly traced through the Spaniards, the Landsknechts, and the Swiss, and the old English practice must be followed to its source. Creçy gives us no resting-place, for Edward the Third's also was a time of military reform; the next steps are to the Battle of Falkirk, the Statute of Winchester, and the Assize of Arms; and still the English traditions recede before us, till at last at the Conquest we can seize a great English principle which forced itself upon the conquering Normans, and ultimately upon all Europe. To be continue in this ebook...

Reflection City

Reflection City Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jesse P. Ward
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Reflection City is a magical place, visible for only one month every fifteen years. Its inhabitants have been hidden away for two generations by a spell designed to keep the city safe from war, the cruelty of others, and extremes of weather. When Joel, the new king of Regstar, discovers Reflection City hidden in the mountains of his own kingdom, he is amazed. He meets a beautiful princess named Phylass, and they fall in love. In spite of her father’s wishes, Phylass leaves Reflection City to be with Joel, knowing that she will be unable to return home for the next fifteen years. They are married, and soon the queen gives birth to a daughter named Donella—but in the process loses her life. When the princess is fourteen, however, she is kidnapped and taken to the city where her mother would have reigned. With Donella trapped inside as Reflection City disappears, Joel has no way to save his only child—and now invaders are approaching his kingdom. His only hope is Asher, a young knight who grew up with Donella. Can Asher rescue the princess and save the kingdom of Regstar? In this fantasy novel, a king and his knight must work together to protect their kingdom and rescue a kidnapped princess from a magical city.

The Chronicles of England, France and Spain

The Chronicles of England, France and Spain Pdf/ePub eBook Author: John Froissart
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Jean Froissart or John Froissart to the English, was a chronicler during the 14th and 15th century. His chronicles have become famous as an important source for the first half of the Hundred Years' War.

Gate of the Dead

Gate of the Dead Pdf/ePub eBook Author: David Gilman
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'A gripping chronicle of pitched battle, treachery and cruelty' ROBERT FABBRI. Tuscany, 1358: Thomas Blackstone has built a formidable reputation in exile, fighting as a mercenary amid the ceaseless internecine warring of Italy's City States. But success has bred many enemies, and when a dying man delivers a message recalling him to England, it seems almost certain to be a trap. Yet Blackstone cannot disobey – the summons is at the Queen's demand. On his journey, Blackstone will brave the terrors of the High Alps in winter, face the Black Prince in tournament, confront the bloody anarchy of a popular revolt and submit to trial by combat. And every step of the way, he will be shadowed by a notorious assassin with orders to despatch him to Hell.

Lunar Vampire Chronicles

Lunar Vampire Chronicles Pdf/ePub eBook Author: H.S. Darke
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There was a time when the universe was young and cosmic laws written. Our progenitors were born in a broken world. Why was it broken? The answer is simple: when Cosmic Laws are broken, we all pay the price. Cheating death is the ultimate taboo, and karma is a dish best served long after the fact. But when dealing with immortal beings, they have more than enough time to live in the ugly world they've created; karma becomes the very air they breathe. Love. Lust. Hate. Jealousy. Travel throughout the world 300,000 years ago. Learn the origins of the major players: Ascended Humans, Vampires, Rogues, Shamans, the Great Pyramids, and much more. Learn the ancient names, the precursors to their modern iterations. Follow Arson, Ramanlese, Illgress, Goser, Tomakis, Hemily, and Jezzeria from Eden to hell. Follow Zento, Ekka, Edril, Bestick, Ry-ala, Ephisiostecles, Roch, Mephiantone, Rubidicus, Karianus, Styre, Vane, and Marschelle through their many stories. Their world was a world of sadness, crisis, loss, but some happiness. Right or wrong, their stories are told. There were no true winners nor losers, and aspects of each will endure till the end of time. The gray just got a whole lot grayer.

The Tale of Krispos

The Tale of Krispos Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Harry Turtledove
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The dazzling story of a boy who rises from poverty and hardship to become the greatest leader his world has ever known KRISPOS RISING Born a ragged peasant, Krispos lives on the family farm until crushing taxes drove him from the land he calls home. With only a single gold piece to his name–a gift from a nomad chieftain who claimed it carried magic–Krispos heads for the imperial capital, Videssos, and into a world of peril and possibility. KRISPOS OF VIDESSOS Krispos’ reign as emperor of Videssos shows every sign of being brief and very bloody–for trouble is brewing. Civil war has erupted, and as rebel troops take the field against the untried emperor, outland raiders are sweeping down from the northlands in a tide of carnage. How long can Krispos hope to keep head and crown together? KRISPOS THE EMPEROR A strange heresy has taken root in the land and soon dissent flares into open revolt as Krispos faces his greatest challenge: To save his empire from tearing itself apart, he wages an evermore desperate war against an implacable foe, setting brother against brother and father against son.

The Night Child

The Night Child Pdf/ePub eBook Author: T.M. Palecki
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Esta does not give much thought to taking the young owlet home. She can raise it; of that she is sure. The people of her village, on the other hand, find that this confirms what they always thought. The strange girl who seems able to understand what others are thinking and feeling can also tame the wild. The daughter of the local midwife and healer, Esta is seen as something special and perhaps other. It is concluded that she must be a creature of the night, shrouded in whispers of superstition, witchcraft, and magic. Rumors swell to the point of peril, and for Esta, to the point of pain. Tragedy befalls her village with the arrival of outsiders who search for “the seer,” but no one knows to what end. Yes, Esta has been gifted with abilities she has tried hiding from others. Now that her secret is out, she is determined to follow her own fate, on her own terms, deriving power from compassion and insight rather than physical strength alone.

Eastern Tales by Many Story Tellers

Eastern Tales by Many Story Tellers Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Anonymous
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once upon a time there lived in the city of Bagdad a young man called Jalaladdeen. It was not his native place; but, in his early days, his father had taken up his abode there. He was, however, little acquainted with the town, in which he had grown up a sturdy youth; for his father inhabited a small house in one of the suburbs, and lived a very retired and frugal life. They managed their household affairs, and cultivated their small garden, without the aid of any domestics. One day the father, feeling his end approaching, called for his son once more to his bed-side before his death, and said to him, "Jalaladdeen, my dearest son, thou seest that I have arrived at the bourne of my earthly career: now I should joyously quit this life, were it not for the thought that I must leave thee here alone. After my death, thou wilt find that thou are not so poor as thou mayest have conceived, and that too with good reason, from our hitherto contracted habits of life. Nevertheless, guard against the impression that thou art in possession of inexhaustible riches. Reflect that a year has three hundred and sixty-five days, and that the smallest expenditure, when it occurs daily, will in the end amount to no inconsiderable sum. Pay careful heed, therefore, to these my instructions, and be contented with the necessaries of life. Provide that which is indispensable to thy subsistence; but beware of purchasing superfluities. Man's wants increase daily, if he do not accustom himself in his early days to practise self-denial. But shouldest thou ever be so unhappy as to neglect these my sincere cautions, and consequently fall into poverty, I have only this piece of advice left for thee:—Take this rope, fasten it to the nail in yonder wall, and pull stoutly three times." After these words, with his latest strength he drew a new rope from under the head of his bed, and presented it to Jalaladdeen: the next moment he expired. So remarkable was the last lesson of the dying father to Jalaladdeen, that he carefully preserved the rope. The care of the funeral of the deceased, and the grief for the loss of his parent, and his own abandonment in the world, occupied Jalaladdeen's mind for the first week; but soon the household matters demanded his attention, and he speedily found his father's words verified. One day he discovered in a chamber which his father had always kept locked, and which he himself had never before entered, a great quantity of gold and jewels. He still, however, persevered in his accustomed solitary and frugal life in the same manner as before the death of his father. He fetched his daily provisions for himself, worked in his garden, and dressed his own food. One day it happened that as he went to fetch a piece of meat from his butcher, he passed a house adjacent to his own, from an inner room of which there sounded joyous voices, jokes, songs, and laughter. He felt a desire to open the door a little and to peep in; and a tastefully furnished chamber, hung with light blue silk draperies ornamented with golden lace, presented itself to his view. Beneath a canopy reclined five richly dressed young men at a table covered with a costly cloth, on which stood dishes and plates. On a side-board stood drinking-vessels and jugs; and five slaves were busily employed in serving the company with viands and liquors. At sight of this cheerful and joyous assemblage, Jalaladdeen felt discontented with his lot.

EASTERN TALES by MANY STORY TELLERS - 14 Tales from Eastern Lands

EASTERN TALES by MANY STORY TELLERS - 14 Tales from Eastern Lands Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Laura Valentine
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"Eastern Tales by Many Story Tellers" by Various Authors compiled by Laura Valentine. In compiling this volume of Eastern Tales, the Editor, Laura Valentine, has been careful to select only those best suited to youthful readers. Herein are 14 ancient, children’s tales taken from the Eastern Lands from Syria, Baghdad in Persia to the Land of the Pharaohs to India, land of the Moghuls, and over the Himalayas to Khorasan and Transoxania. In essence here we have a mini-version of 1001 Arabian Nights with children’s stories as compelling as you will find in that volume. The tales in this book are: Jalaladdeen Of Bagdad The Story Of Haschem The Pantofles Story Of The Prince And The Lions The City Of The Demons Jussuf, The Merchant Of Balsora The Seven Sleepers The Enchanters; Or, Misnar, The Sultan Of India Sadik Beg Halechalbe And The Unknown Lady The Four Talismans The Story Of Bohetzad; Or, The Lost Child Urad; Or, The Fair Wanderer Alischar And Smaragdine 10% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charities. ================== KEYWORDS/TAGS: Eastern Tales, Story Tellers, Laura Valentine, young readers, children, young people, 14, ancient, childrens tales, childrens stories, fairy tales, folklore, Myths, Legends, Eastern Lands, Syria, Baghdad, Persia, ancient Egypt, Pharaoh, India, Moghul, Himalayas. Khorasan, Transoxania, 1001 Arabian Nights, Jalaladdeen, Bagdad, Haschem, Pantofles, Prince, Lions, princess, City, Demons, Jussuf, Merchant, Balsora, Basra, Seven Sleepers, Enchanters, Misnar, Sultan Of India, Sadik Beg, Halechalbe, Unknown Lady, Four Talismans, Bohetzad, Lost Child, Urad, Fair Wanderer, Alischar, Smaragdine, action, Adventure,

The Nisibis War

The Nisibis War Pdf/ePub eBook Author: John S. Harrel
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The war of 337-363 (which the author dubs the Nisibis War), was an exception to the traditional Roman reliance on a strategic offensive to bring about a decisive battle. Instead, the Emperor Constantius II adopted a defensive strategy and conducted a mobile defence based upon small frontier (limitanei) forces defending fortified cities, supported by limited counteroffensives by the Field Army of the East. These methods successfully checked Persian assaults for 24 years. However, when Julian became emperor his access to greater resources tempted him to abandon mobile defence in favour of a major invasion aimed at regime change in Persia. Although he reached the Persian capital, Ctesiphon, he failed to take it, was decisively defeated in battle and killed. The Romans subsequently resumed and refined the mobile defence, allowing the Eastern provinces to survive the fall of the Western Empire.John Harrel applies his personal experience of military command to a strategic, operational, tactical and logistical analysis of these campaigns and battles, highlighting their long-term significance.

Hundred Years War Vol 4

Hundred Years War Vol 4 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jonathan Sumption
Editor: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 0571274552
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Cursed Kings tells the story of the destruction of France by the madness of its king and the greed and violence of his family. In the early fifteenth century, France had gone from being the strongest and most populous nation state of medieval Europe to suffering a complete internal collapse and a partial conquest by a foreign power. It had never happened before in the country's history - and it would not happen again until 1940. Into the void left by this domestic catastrophe, strode one of the most remarkable rulers of the age, Henry V of England, the victor of Agincourt, who conquered much of northern France before dying at the age of thirty-six, just two months before he would have become King of France. Following on from Divided Houses (winner of the Wolfson History Prize and shortlisted for the Hessel-Tiltman), Cursed Kings is the magisterial new chapter in 'one of the great historical works of our time' (Allan Massie).

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