Download The Sheikh’s Chosen Queen by Kimaya Mathew (.ePUB) (.MOBI)

The Sheikh’s Chosen Queen by Kimaya Mathew (The Sheikh #1)
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Overview: A sexy maid for Christmas is all the beast needs this season!!
Rabi, half mermaid and half shaman, maid to Sheikh’s Murad castle, leads a cursed life with her being unable to take a mate for eternity!!
Prince Alim, Sultana’s cursed brother, whose soul has become a beast in these past centuries, on the other hand, had to remind his boy scout to stay in it’s limits when he sighted the sensuous maid…and without knowing the outcome of it, has decided to take the maiden’s indirect "invitation"…
But there is a minor "complication of pregnancy" which both of them over looked!! Will they embrace the future? or will continue struggling in their past??
Genre: Romance

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Download Nothing Is Impossible by Dynamo (.ePUB) (.MOBI)

Nothing Is Impossible: The Real-Life Adventures of a Street Magician by Dynamo
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Overview: When you’re a kid life can seem tough, and tougher for some than others. But the darkest of times can be the most enlightening, and in the case of Steven Frayne from a rundown estate in Bradford this couldn’t be truer. When his late granddad showed him magic for the first time, Steven knew there was more to life than hiding from bullies. He had a destiny. A calling. In that moment Dynamo was born: the most exciting magician of the 21st century. Since then, Dynamo has shocked, thrilled, and amazed men, women, and children, from all walks of life, all over the world. With his mind-blowing illusions, he has catalyzed a whole new era of magic. Now, in his very first book, Dynamo invites you to join him on a breathtaking journey across the globe. Be prepared to levitate Lindsay Lohan in Singapore, transform snow into diamonds in the Austrian mountains, and walk on water across the River Thames. Along the way, he reveals how to make the impossible possible, what it takes to pull off the greatest stunts man has seen, and why everyone needs magic in their lives. This is no illusion. This is the real story of awe-inspiring Dynamo.
Genre: Non Fiction | Autobiography > Memoir

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Download More than Friends by Ruth Turk (.ePUB)(.MOBI)

More than Friends by Ruth Turk (1980)
Requirements: MOBI / ePUB reader, 874 kb
Overview: ALL HE WANTED WAS A SON. Phil has two daughters. He always wanted a son. Now Adam has entered his life – athletic, handsome, fourteen – the son he never had. Soon Adam is dating Phil’s younger daughter just to be around Phil. And Phil has seduced Adam’s mother to prove to himself that it isn’t sexual desire he feels for Adam. MORE THAN FRIENDS is the electrifying story of their deepening bond – of their inescapable attraction to each other and their final initiation into the world of love.
Set in the 1970s.
Genre: MM Fiction, coming-of-age

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1877: America’s Year of Living Violently by Michael A. Bellesiles
Requirements: ePUB or AZW3 Reader, 1.6MB
Overview: 1877 was the year many Americans wanted to forget. In the messy aftermath of the Civil War, economic depression, white supremacy, labor unrest, and a factionalized political system produced a period of unprecedented violence and upheaval in American life. This “solid, deeply informed history” (Publishers Weekly) brilliantly recaptures this tumultuous time, revealing that the fires of that pivotal year also fueled a hothouse of cultural and intellectual innovation. Best of all, historian Michael A. Bellesiles tells the story of 1877 not just through dramatic events, but also through the lives of famous and little-known Americans alike: Mark Twain, Crazy Horse, Susan B. Anthony; the detective Allan Pinkerton and President Rutherford B.Hayes; the black poet Albery Allson Whitman and the pioneer in women’s health issues Mary Putman Jacobi; Ida B. Wells; and Billy the kid. 1877’s account of America at the dawn of its modern era will forever alter our understanding of the forces that shape our politics, our culture, and our national identity.
Genre: Non-Fiction, History

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Download Hell by Yasutaka Tsutsui (.ePUB) (.MOBI)

Hell by Yasutaka Tsutsui
Requirements: ePUB MOBI Reader, 526 Kb
Overview: Fifty-seven-year-old Takeshi has just been involved in a traffic accident. When he wakes up, he is in a strange bar and is no longer crippled as he has been for most of his life, but able to walk without crutches in his everyday business suit. Looking around, he sees a number of familiar faces—Izumi, a colleague who had died in a plane crash five years before; his childhood friend Yuzo, who had become a yakuza and had been killed by a rival gang member; and Sasaki, who had frozen to death as a homeless vagrant. This is Hell—a place where three days last as long as 10 years on earth, and people are able to see events in both the future and the past. Yuzo can now see the yakuza that killed him as he harasses a friend of his. The actress Mayumi and the writer Torigai are chased by the paparazzi into an elevator that drops to floor 666 beneath ground level. The vivid depiction of afterlife portrayed in Hell admits the traditional horrors, but subjects them to Tsutsui’s unique powers of enchantment witty, amusing, and praised for its poetic style and the wizard-like light touch of the author’s shifting focus.
Genre: Horror

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Download Twentieth-Century Britain by Kenneth O. Morgan (.ePUB)

Twentieth-Century Britain: A Very Short Introduction by Kenneth O. Morgan
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 2.4MB
Overview: First published as part of the best-selling The Oxford Illustrated History of Britain, Kenneth Morgan’s Very Short Introduction to Twentieth-Century Britain examines the forces of consensus and of conflict in twentieth-century Britain. The account covers the trauma of the First World War and the social divisions of the twenties; fierce domestic and foreign policy debates in the thirties; the impact of the Second World War for domestic transformation, popular culture and the loss of empire; the transition from the turmoil of the seventies to the aftermath of Thatcherism and the advent of New Labour. Throughout, cultural and artistic themes are woven into the analysis, along with the distinct national experiences of Scotland, Wales, and Ireland. The profound tension that shook the United Kingdom are juxtaposed against equally deep forces for stability, cohesion, and a sense of historic identity.
Genre: Non-Fiction, History

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Download Gallowglass Series by Seamus O’Griffin (.ePUB)

Gallowglass Series by Seamus O’Griffin (#1-3)
Requirements: EPUB Reader | 1 MB
Overview: Seamus O’Griffin – Born and raised in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, a 3 time graduate of The University of Alabama. He currently resides in Northport Alabama with his wife of thirty-four years and their three dogs. A long time educator, coach and competitive weightlifter, he is currently teaching and coaching both football and wrestling. Along with writing and a deep interest in all things Irish and medieval, he enjoys hunting and flyfishing. For those of you that have Irish: Cead mile failte, siud go leir a bhfuil leamh mo beathaisneis. Ta suil agam go leanann tu a leamh agus taitneamh a bhaint as mo leabhair. Adh mor a thabhairt duit!
Genre: Fiction | Action & Adventure

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Galloglass (#1)
Epic high adventure, Galloglass details the story of Ronan MacAlasdair,grandson of Angus Mor MacDonald, Lord of the Isles. Given to the Templars to save him from outlawry,the story takes the young Isleman from Islay to the Levant where he comes to manhood and finds fame, surviving intrigue, battle and seige. A rousing story with adult themes, this is the first in a series

Defender of the Realm (#2)
The adventure continues as Ronan MacAlasdair is drawn deeper into the political intrigues and rivalries of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem and Acre. New dangers arise as the Mamluk Sultan of Egypt moves closer to a war whose ultimate goal is to drive the last remaining Crusaders in the Holy Land into the sea.

The Fall of Acre (#3)
It is 1291 and the armies of the Mamluk Sultan Al-Ashraf Kahlil have besieged the fortress city of Acre. Desperate times will call for desperate measures as Brother Ronan MacAlasdair is once again called upon to defend the Faith in an effort to hold the last vestige of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem.

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Download Tower & Knife Trilogy by Mazarkis Williams (.ePUB)+

Tower & Knife Trilogy by Mazarkis Williams (Books 1~2)
Requirements: ePUB MOBI Reader, 2.4 Mb
Overview: Mazarkis Williams is a writer with roots in both the US and the UK, having worked in and been educated in both countries. Each year is divided between Boston and Bristol and a teleport booth is always top of the Christmas wish-list.
Mazarkis has degrees in history and physics, and a diverse set of interests accumulated while mispending a hectic youth. Cooking has always been a passion, and in addition to feeding six children and a sizeable herd of cats, Mazarkis regularly caters for crowds of permanently hungry friends. The Emperor’s Knife is Mazarkis’ first novel.
Genre: Fantasy

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The Emperor’s Knife: There is a cancer at the heart of the mighty Cerani Empire: a plague that attacks young and old, rich and poor alike, marking each victim with a fragment of a greater pattern. Anyone showing the marks is put to death. That is Emperor Beyon’s law . . . But now the pattern is reaching closer to the palace than ever before. In a hidden room, a forgotten prince has grown from child to man, and as the empire sickens, Sarmin, the emperor’s only surviving brother, is remembered. He awaits the bride his mother has chosen: a chieftain’s daughter from the northern plains. Mesema travels from her homeland, an offering for the empire’s favour. She is a Windreader, used to riding free across the grasslands, not posing and primping in rare silks. She finds the Imperial Court’s protocols stifling, but she doesn’t take long to realise the politicking and intrigues are not a game, but deadly earnest. Eyul is burdened both by years and by the horrors he has carried out in service to the throne. At his emperor’s command he bears the emperor’s Knife to the desert in search of a cure for the pattern-markings. As long-planned conspiracies boil over into open violence and rebellion, the enemy moves toward victory. Now only three people stand in his way: a lost prince, a world-weary killer, and a young girl from the steppes who once saw a path through a pattern, among the waving grasses. Mazarkis Williams pieces together a complex mosaic of personality and ambition in a brilliant work of magic and mystery set in a richly imagined world, the first book in a fantastic new series.

Knife Sworn: After spending most of his life in captivity, Sarmin now sits upon the Throne of Cerana. But his reign is an uneasy one. And the emperor’s own heart is torn between two very different women: Mesema, a Windreader princess, and Grada, a lowborn untouchable with whom Sarmin shares a unique bond. In times past, a royal assassin known as the Emperor’s Knife served to defend the throne from menace, but the last Knife has perished and his successor has yet to be named. Sarmin must choose his own loyal death-dealer . . . but upon whom can be he bestow the burden of the Knife-Sworn?

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Download Horses on the Storm by William Altimari (.MOBI)

Horses on the Storm by William Altimari
Requirements: MOBI Reader | 842 KB
Overview: At the edge of the Judaean Desert, bandits are menacing the stability of the kingdom of Herod the Great. Alarmed at the unsteadiness of its aging ally and the threat to the security of its gateway to the East, Rome dispatches Tribune Ulpius Crus and a single cohort of the Twenty-fifth Legion to the Judaean wasteland. The tribune asks Centurion Quintus Flavius Rufio to lead the cohort with him to Judaea to establish a temporary Roman presence as a deterrent near the edge of the Salt Sea. Veteran of eastern campaigns, Rufio recognizes that the threat of bandits is an illusion and that Rome faces a far superior danger. He must quickly train his foot soldiers to take to the saddle, for now they challenge a brilliant commander leading a force of the finest horsemen on earth. On the outcome of this confrontation depend the existence of Judaea and the credibility and primacy of Rome.
Genre: Historical Fiction

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Download Year of the Black Pony by Walt Morey (.MOBI)

Year of the Black Pony by Walt Morey
Requirements: MOBI Reader | 310 KB
Overview: The Fellows family has joined numerous others striving to make a go of homesteading in the Oregon high desert. But the venture has been disastrous from the start. Mr. Fellows, who is not a farmer, resents any advice from his wife, who grew up on a farm. Ma is not only troubled about the farming, but 7-year-old Ellie s chronic illness has become a source of constant worry and expense. 12-year-old Chris, who cannot seem to please his father no matter what he does, eases his own misery by stealing time away from work to watch a neighbor s scarcely broken black pony, only to get into more trouble. When it seems circumstances could not get worse for the struggling family, Fellows gets drunk and dies. Not willing to give up, Ma stubbornly and creatively seeks a way for the family to stay in Oregon. Frank Chase, an unintentional element in the death of Chris s father, is added to the mix and challenged by Ma to keep his word to help the family. The resultant dramatic and sometimes humorous contest of wills comes to a satisfying culmination when, after Frank s purchase of the wild black pony for Chris, Ma is reluctantly forced to once again use her backbone of steel for the good of all. Walt Morey s careful research and vivid storytelling talent warmly bring to life the struggles and triumphs of homesteading in the Oregon high desert country in the early 1900 s. A great family read-aloud!"
Genre: Historical Fiction | Young Adult

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