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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes has now been published.
The pages will turn, and every time you reopen the book
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Indian chiefs and heroes, Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull, Spotted Tail, Dull Knife and others -- all in one delightful book.
Here is an exciting collection of frozen north short stories by the great author, Jack London. Each of the short stories has a depth to them that in this abbreviated day they could be published separately as individual novels.
Because Call of the Wild was so wildly successful we sometimes forget that Jack London had many other titles of almost wildly successful books. At a mere penny per word it is excusable that Jack London produced some work that was less than perfect and fell to the wayside, but as he began to add notches to his belt to accommodate a larger girth, his natural genius was given the time it needed to produce exceedingly great works. This is a collection of truly great works. RIGHT Click on the picture, and download your copy to your own computer.
Gold Fever is the insane compulsion to set aside the little diamonds we already have -- and tear off across parts dangerous and unknown to reach the latest gold strike. "The Cure for Gold Fever" is Lin Stone's funniest work so far. It is the obviously true life story of how he cured himself forever of gold fever.
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On a tiny Pacific atoll nicknamed ALIEN BEACH, a group of men and women come face to face with amphibian visitors from space.
They must learn to understand these enigmatic visitors, before the planet is thrown into a war that cannot be won... and in doing so, understand themselves.
A complete 100,000-word novel - available for free reading on this site. ALIEN BEACH was originally written in 1997.
Monkey Due, a story book for grownups.
Captains Courageous, by Rudyard Kipling
A Princess of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs
The ULLR UPRISING, an illustrated science fiction novel is yours to read on the web for free.
Calamity Jane, by her own self.
Riders of the Purple Sage, by Zane Grey
An Adventure story from French Indian War Era. This version is only for PC owners. The pages turn, like in a real book. It always reopens right to the page you stopped on. Be sure to pass on a copy to all your friends. Click HERE to download.
The Red Badge of Courage -- the Civil War classic by Stephen Crane -- is now ready for your immediate download. Stephen had not gone through any kind of battle -- or through the Civil War -- when this classic was written but later he was a war correspondent in Cuba where he got to test his theories out in real life. This is rated #9 by Browzer Books.
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes has now been published. The pages will turn, and every time you reopen the book it will find the very page you left off at.
David Copperfield is available in pdf -- OR -- David Copperfield can be downloaded as a page-turning PC book. Just remember, this book is twice as long as Pride and Prejudice. Oh, one more thing, To Open The Page-Turning Book, click in the bottom right hand corner of the front cover.
Looking Backward From 2000 to 1887 by Edward Bellamy. I've read this one three times now.
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court is now available for your immediate download.
Tarzan of the Apes, a novel to read on the web.
A novel of the macabre -- Grotesque, a richly illustrated Gothic Epic.
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Tales from the Light Side was compiled by Lin Stone solely from reports to the contrary which he knew to be false. The book is a work of fiction and every attempt to resemble any person or place in this book will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson.
Frankenstein, The Modern Prometheus by Mary Wollestonecraft (Godwin) Shelley
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Hitler stories are a fascination for half the human race. Here is a great one.. Monty had a double to deceive the Germans. For British Prime Minister Winston Churchill's convenience, an actor performed radio broadcasts of some of his best remembered speeches. Great leaders find their own solutions to the problem of having to be in two places simultaneously. Adolf Hitler, F hrer of Germany, employed a whole zodiac of Doppelg nger from dire necessity. Both the Allies and his own generals kept trying to kill him.
Queen of Heaven is a fascinating biography of Mary Magdalene based on ancient texts from Egypt, Babylon, Sumer, Israel, Canaan and Greek, Hittite, Arabic, and Indian myths.Mary Magdalene is probably one of the most used, abused and mis-used of all the characters in the New Testament. She is reviled as a harlot and praised as a saint, but Mary was far more than such overt simplification could ever describe. More than the Shakti of the Son of the Living God, first and foremost, she was an influential woman of her times, real and passionate. For the first time her story is revealed, her life chronicled. Following Miriam from birth to death, the novel vividly depicts the religious milieu from which Christianity developed, and reveals the many sources of Christian thought and iconography.
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The Undivided: A free online novel by C Woodcock "I find that there is a tendency amongst people to label a thoughtful person 'the philosophical type,' as if implying him to be an extremist, as if elevating the process of thinking and reasoning to specialist skills, and thus excusing the layperson from having to partake in such activities."
Metafire is a novel of the future, linked to the past. The internet is used to unravel a very savage situation.
24, 25 or so MODERN novels linked to from one web site. Only nine or ten are G-rated but you are invited to pick out what you want to read.
The Forgotten King is a history of the Dark Ages, of the forgotten ages that followed the fall of Rome. While the Roman Empire collapsed, however, civilization did not; for it grew again on Atilta, an island nation off the coast of Europe, clothed with an ancient forest and crowned by a wild, maritime metropolis. Yet Atilta was also a land of tyrants: one on earth and one in heaven. Those who rebelled against the earthly tyrant colonized the canopy of the forest, living in the leaves to escape his heavy hand. But, their King murdered and their Admiral enslaved on a wandering ship, they did not dare to take the field against the army of the usurper king.
There are three great modern sailing novels Free to Read in their entirety on the web, great for the family or the kids. The picture of the sailing ship in the novel The Tallest Angel is worth the trip.
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|Child of Wonder-- by Italian-American author and educator Raphael Ferraro, is a poignant narrative about a young boy whose unfortunate circumstances of birth and odd appearance mark him as an object of ridicule and scorn. The action of this inspiring story focuses on the extraordinary adventures and the mystical experiences of this sensitive young Italian whose prayers and faith both sustain him and transform him on his unique spiritual journey through Southern Italy. Blended into the narrative are the fascinating folkways and beliefs of the region.
The novel DARKZOO had seven main characters, and the reader could click to switch between the Point of View characters. Further, each of the POV tracks had a unique sub-plot. Most of the tracks were 'mainstream adventure' but two of them (werewolf stories) were 'fantasy'. I encountered problems during the writing. Cumulatively, The novel required 239 interlocking chapters. I spent more energy on assembling the chapters into the jigsaw-like framework, than I spent on writing it well. It was an experiment though, and I thought I could get away with less than stellar prose.My Name's Jack-- by Charles Cripps, of the Nassau County Writers and Poets Society. Jack Robinson Able, an abused teenager, runs away to find a home, adventure, and romance on a tall ship at sea in the modern day Caribbean. The story includes a hair raising encounter with modern day pirates.
The Miniature Man: Julian Papp found redemption in the game of chess, a kind of intellectual redemption that helped offset the shame and ridicule he often faced as an albino. With his unique ability to achieve a state of perfect concentration, Julian was an awesome prodigy--until, that is, he suffered his first epileptic seizure. Suddenly stripped of his chess-playing prowess, Julian attempts suicide, and finds himself at St. Francis Sanitarium, an institution run by an order of nuns. It is here that he meets Marcy--an enigma to those trying to help her, an adolescent who has blotted all memory of an undisclosed past. When put under hypnosis, in an effort to reclaim her lost identity, the young girl seeks the protection of an aged wood-carver, The Miniature Man, who offers her hints about events she has repressed. He also suggests that Julian may hold a key. Julian thus begins his most significant game, one in which both he and Marcy will learn much about themselves--and about the unavoidable pain of being human.
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A Half Life of One: Things were so bad it was hard to think straight any more. From down below in reception he could hear the angry buzz arising from the steady stream of creditors demanding to be paid. He knew there was no cash to pay them. Any minute now the electricity could be cut off and the building would grind to a halt. Eventually even the phones would fall silent. Starved of cash, the oxygen of business, the company was rapidly dying. The bank was his last chance, he had nowhere else to turn. He knew that this meeting was going to be the stage for the most important performance of his life. As long as the bank manager swallowed the story he was about to spin, his thin tale of hope and ultimate redemption. He closed his eyes and tried to shut out the noise of those bloody phones. They didn t have a job on their books, he d fired half his staff, and yet it was like bedlam in here.Sugarloaf Mountain-- by Frits Kruithof is set in Australia. A small town perched high on a mountain range has become the perfect hideout for an organized gang of career criminals. This is hardly a fitting place for a respectable woman to raise her nine-year-old son but it is a place where interesting things happen often and character molding experiences are impossible to avoid.
Queen of Heaven is a fascinating biography of Mary Magdalene based on ancient texts from Egypt, Babylon, Sumer, Israel, Canaan and Greek, Hittite, Arabic, and Indian myths.Mary Magdalene is probably one of the most used, abused and mis-used of all the characters in the New Testament. She is reviled as a harlot and praised as a saint, but Mary was far more than such overt simplification could ever describe. More than the Shakti of the Son of the Living God, first and foremost, she was an influential woman of her times, real and passionate. For the first time her story is revealed, her life chronicled. Following Miriam from birth to death, the novel vividly depicts the religious milieu from which Christianity developed, and reveals the many sources of Christian thought and iconography. The first Volume of Queen of Heaven, chronicles Miriam's childhood in Canaan. The Second Volume describes her travels to Egypt and adventures on the Arabian Sea, and the Third, available soon, tells of her encounters with Yeshuah the Nazarene.
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Shakedown by Nanook is available for reading on the web. All I did read was excellent AND there are even graphics and other web uses to peculiar to the novel.
A Bay and a Barge: Read this continuing novel about Fools and Fish along the Pacific Northwest coast of British Columbia where the eagles soar, the salmon jump and mortal Fools don't know whether they belong on Land or in Sea. The writing here is of an excellent literary style. The artwork is a delight.
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