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Tour the Twilight Saga Book One is the first of four guidebooks designed to help you travel to Twilight-Saga-related sites. Book One takes Twilighters to the real-world places mentioned in Stephenie Meyer's novels, places found within the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State (USA). Visit to learn more about Tour the Twilight Saga travel guidebooks. Read a Free Sample of Book One, peruse its Table of Contents, and access the free TwiTips and Twi Travel Supplements. Forks, Washington, became the primary setting for Stephenie Meyer's first novel, Twilight, after she Googled, "What place has the most rainfall in the U.S.?" Her reaction after finding Forks: "It couldn't have been more perfect if I had named it myself." The Quileute Nation Reservation is home to several Twilight-Saga-related points of interest that aren't included in Twilight bus tours--such as the magnificent tide pools that Bella loved so much. We'll take you to as many of these sites as you wish to visit. Seattle, Washington, is the gateway to the Olympic Peninsula. It's also the birthplace of Victoria's newborn army and the home of J. Jenks. In Port Angeles, Washington, you can relive Bella and Edward's first date at the real-world Bella Italia Restaurant (and nosh on Bella's Mushroom Ravioli), then visit other Twilight-related sites, such as the movie theater frequented by Forks' teens. Tour the Twilight Saga Book One is the only travel guidebook you'll need to purchase in order to plan and enjoy the most Twilicious holiday possible! No other single source--no Internet website or previously published guidebook--provides as much Twi-important information in one place. Even if you're not yet ready to embark upon a Twilight Saga trip, each Tour the Twilight Saga travel guidebook is fun to read! Nowhere else will you find such interesting information about each and every Twilight-related site. Tour the Twilight Saga travel guidebooks are part of the A Novel Holiday Travel Guidebook family.
Before the cities left, and plunged our world into a global dark age, there were stories that told that history. Collected here are the works of three authors who have been telling scraps and pieces of what happened. All through the eyes of the people (and animals) who lived it. Some are fantastic, others could be tall tales, perhaps some are downright lies. But that is all why they had to be published as fiction. Because few people would believe it, even as a TV documentary. All highly speculative. And that's why it's called Science Fiction. But its a very human telling. You may even find yourself in here... Get Your Copy Now.
The year is 2099, SF. The planet is Ecliptic Earth. The population is approximately two and a half billion, a combination of Humanoids, Androids, and Soligrams. The problem is an egocentric and overriding Oligarchy, a dimwitted Dictatorship, and a damaged Democracy, locked in a fierce and blatantly personal fight to stay afloat in a tumultuous, combative, broken civilization. Welcome to Ecliptic Earth. The Glyph Saga: Book Two, Mad at Truth, is the second installment of this series. The war torn region of Maurasia is at the center of this story. After Randu, Rachale, Que, and Gina made their Great Escape from Panga Uno Animo, they find themselves lost and clueless about life outside the silvery Gates. With the cruel onslaught of a natural winter imminent, they shed their royal guises and hide in a salvage yard on the Old New Engle coast. They manage to make many allies, such as Donny, the jovial Soligram owner of the salvage yard, and Jacob, a half-Android Maurasian war hero. They also meet a powerful little Homo radians girl named Viky, and it seems that the PUA would love to get their hands on her. In the meantime, the PUA replaces their absconders, by recruiting outside the NQLC. The PUA also has yet another Lifeform Warfare scheme, attempting to gain the trust of Guandaland or Maurasia, so they can double-team the remaining region.
Anxiously awaiting her return home on the train ride, Aubrey Whitton sees a bright future ahead of her in Moline. However a gang of robbers interrupt her dreams of home by kidnapping her because of a secret she carries, and dragging her along for miles of endless riding. When all of her hope is lost, will she be rescued? Or will her shattered faith be enough to help her survive? When Sheriff Breu Lawrence hears about the train robbery and kidnapping, he immediately gets on the case. With his faith in God, will he be able to rescue Aubrey before it is too late, or will his own secret fail him in his search?
Crystalon is a sorcerer of unprecedented power. The ruler of his world and universe. But he is still a man, and not a God. What happens when that man, after centuries of life and power, loses his way and gives in to human temptations and is seduced by the power he wields? What follows is an epic adventure that spans two universes, while the man caught in the midst of it all seeks redemption from his past sins. But will he see the error of his ways in time to save both universes from utter annihilation? Or will billions upon billions of souls be damned to an eternity of enslavement and doom? Redemption of the Sorcerer is an epic fantasy novel that will have you on the edge of your seat to the very last page!
Perfect for readers of Simon Scarrow and Ben Kane, Conspiracies of Rome is the thrilling first book in the new seven-part DEATH OF ROME SAGA. Rome, 609 AD. Empire is a fading memory. Repeatedly fought over and plundered, the City is falling into ruins. Killers prowl by night. Far off, in Constantinople, the Emperor has other concerns as The Church is beginning to flex its own imperial muscle. Enter Aelric of England: young and beautiful, sexually uninhibited, heroic, if ruthlessly violent - and hungry for the learning of a world that is dying around him. A deadly brawl outside Rome sucks him straight into the high politics of Empire. Soon, Aelric is involved in a race against time to find answers before he ends up as just another corpse in the gutter.
A Manchester lad's life in the early twentieth century - the slums, Smithfield market and the search for love... Billy Hopkins bases his engaging novel, Tommy's World, on the fascinating and inspiring life of his father Tommy, born in a Manchester slum in 1886. Perfect for fans of Lindsey Hutchinson and Maureen Lee. 'The characters will stay with you after you've finished the book, but what you won't be left with is the sickly sweet taste of nostalgia. If you like to learn something from a good story then this could well be the book for you' - The Bookbag Tommy Hopkins' early years aren't very promising. Born at the end of the nineteenth century in a slum district of Manchester, he's blessed with a loving, hard-working mam and dad, but they don't have two ha'pennies to rub together. The family is struck by tragedy not once but twice - but Tommy is a survivor. He quickly makes friends at school, and together they plot money-making schemes, settle scores and play lots of football. Then, at last, it's time to leave the playground behind. Denied the chance of a promising career as an engineer, Tommy finds employment at Manchester's Smithfield market and works his way up, finally becoming a porter. He's turning into a man, and amongst the young women who catch his eye is Kate Lally, who may just be the love of his life... What readers are saying about Tommy's World: 'Well written and the characters are just so great... you enter a different world when you read a Billy Hopkins book' 'Brilliant author, his books are really ones that you can't put down!' 'Tommy's World was superb. Fascinating detail about life as it was. Unputdownable'

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