After South- and North Korea have unified, we follow the life of a young introvert geek. Living in the slums of Pyongyang. He indulges in psychedelic party-drugs at underground raves. He wakes up alone after losing control of himself at a party. Without his friends and lots of unread messages on his phone, he has no clue what happened. But after this incident, strange visual glitches are popping up. He thinks he might be going crazy.
On the eve of his biggest score, JD, the leader of a vicious biker gang, stumbles upon something worth more than any priceless jewel, more precious than anything he had ever acquired or killed—a mysterious woman. What he learns of her and the world around her is more magically mystifying than his greatest dream, yet beyond the horrors of his worst nightmare. He has found a woman believed to be the key to victory in a war that began before the dawn of humankind, between angels and demons.
It's the 1070s. Duke William is firmly on the throne of England. Is there any way the Anglo-Saxons can escape his reign? Based on a true story, follow a group of Anglo-Saxons as they start the Quest for New England. Siward of Gloucester cannot be the hero England needs. Tormented by the disasters of the previous years, most of all he is haunted by the dying eyes of the man who saved his life. Oswyth is one of the orphaned heiresses of Hastings.
Ruairidh is a Demon Hunter, like his father. But when his father is murdered by a demon he was hunting, Ruairidh must move back to Scotland to live with his mother and brother. He vows to kill the demon who murdered his father, but he struggles to balance Hunting with college, and his hostile brother makes it clear he wishes Ruairidh had never come back. Doesn't help that Ru is falling for the girl his brother is crushing on.
He was only supposed to be a job. Why can't she walk away? Colton Davies, an ex-Marine turned cop, stumbles across a damsel in distress while working the beat and rushes to her aid. Unbeknownst to him, Kristen Trevelyan isn’t an old classmate who accidentally locked her keys in the car, but a spy working for a classified agency. She’s tasked with getting close to the police officer, but she never anticipated how close they’d become.
Jane has been thoroughly prepared for her first, London season. Her aunt has told her of all the trouble that a girl may get into and how to avoid that nastiness entirely. So how on Earth does she find herself whisked away from the main ballroom, meeting Lord Brisby in secret, and getting into a most compromising predicament? The scandal that erupts from the impromptu rendezvous will haunt her, nearly ruining her life.
In this retelling of THE WIZARD OF OZ, the original fantasy is shown to be the result of a virtual reality experiment gone wrong. Though still a poignant fable, this story has the bite of future science. A girl carries her doll in one hand and a fresh scalp in the other, on her way to a better land she’ll have to make first. Though her memory is faulty, Melody recalls leaving school after being accused of witchcraft.
Living in a small town, Spencer and Claire were bound to bump in to one another. Their first meeting didn’t go off too well. But in more ways than one it served its purpose. She had her lock-up, and he had another rental. The chemistry seemed to sizzle and pop in the air. And they definitely took notice of each other! As scarce as she was, he knew she had to renew her rental agreement sooner or later. He would have to bide his time and wait.
From J. W. Barlament, author of The Plight of a People, comes an intricate tale of power, warfare and torment. Continuing the saga set up by its predecessor, it presents three more riveting stories of uninhibited hardship. In Part I, the immortal philosopher Rahdain is thrust into a life of turmoil as he attempts to prevent a cataclysmic war. In Part II, the struggling king Hallmund faces down rebels, zealots, invaders, and inner demons alike in a maelstrom of misery.
Running from a life of poverty, 16 year old Cotton Ramsey escapes the Savannah River bottomland to New York. Twenty years later, she has changed her name and runs a large pharmaceutical company, which belonged to the family of her late husband. When Beau Simpson, her first love, arrives to deliver the news of her daddy’s untimely death, the life she struggled to leave behind calls her home.
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