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The First Men in the Moon

by H. G. Wells

The First Men in the Moon is a scientific romance published in 1901 by the English author H. G. Wells, who called it one of his "fantastic stories". The novel tells the story of a journey to the moon undertaken...


The Far North

by Elisha Kent Kane

In May 1845, Sir John Franklin sailed from England with the ships Erebus and Terror, on an expedition to attempt the discovery of a “North-West Passage,” or water communication between the Atlantic and Pacific...


The English Rogue

by Richard Head

We see there is a necessity for our travailing in the common road or High-way of Prefacing; as if the Reader could neither receive nor digest the Pabulum mentis, or fatten by the mental nourishment, without...


The Duchess of Dublin

by George M. Baker

Dr. Aconite. Black suit, white necktie, light side whiskers, and light wig. Frank. Dark coat and vest, light pants, roundabout hat. Oldbuck. Gray wig, blue coat with brass buttons, double-breasted vest, white...


The Boston Dip

by George M. Baker

George Melville Baker, a playwright and publisher in Boston, Massachusetts, in the 19th century, worked for Lee & Shepard publishers, then opened his own imprint. "George M. Baker & Co." issued works by authors...


The Border Boys in the Canadian Rockies

by John Henry Goldfrap

The Boy from Nowhere The Torrent In Peril of His Life Jimmie's Pluck The Start for the Rockies Along the Trail Treed by a Lynx A Walking Pincushion A Mountain Mystery The Ponies Vanish Ralph's Volcano Just in...


The Blessed Damozel

by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, English poet, illustrator, painter and translator, founded the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood in 1848 with William Holman Hunt and John Everett Millais. Rossetti was later to be the main...


The Banner Boy Scouts Mystery

by George A. Warren

Lost Fire! Paul Looks Into the Matter Detectives A Suspicious Individual The Spy The Robbery Encounter Who Is Mr. Grey? Stumped! A Hunch A Bump on the Head Discovery A New Turn of Events Following Up Their Clues...


The Ancient City

by Constance Fenimore Woolson

It was a party of eight, arranged by Aunt Diana. She is only my aunt by marriage, and she had with her a bona fide niece, Iris Carew, a gay school-girl of seventeen, while I, Niece Martha, as Aunt Diana always...


Stories of a Governess

by Annie Fisler

The children had all been very eager about the new governess. They had sat full three minutes at a time, more than once, discoursing about her, wondering whether she was young or old, whether she was pretty...


The White Elephant and Other Tales From India

by Georgene Faulkner

The White Elephant The Grain of Corn The Timid Little Rabbit Singh Rajah and the Cunning Little Jackals The Kingdom of Mouseland The Alligator and the Jackal The Bold Blackbird The Kid and the Tiger The Brahmin...


The Hand of the Mighty and Other Stories

by Vaughan Kester

VAUGHAN KESTER THE HAND OF THE MIGHTY THE BAD MAN OF LAS VEGAS MOLLIE DARLING THE BLOOD OF HIS ANCESTORS WHEN WE HAVE WAITED THE DESERTER WHAT REARTON SAW HOW MR. RATHBURN WAS BROUGHT IN MISS CAXTON'. FATHER...


As It Was Written

by Henry Harland

VERONIKA PATHZUOL was my betrothed. I must give some account of the circumstances under which she and I first met each other, so that my tale may be clear and complete from the beginning. For a long while, without...


Miss Fairfax of Virginia

by St. George Rathborne

PERHAPS LOVERS ONCE, STRANGERS NOW. ALAS! FOR THE GAME THAT FAILED TO WORK. AT DAGGERS' POINTS. MILLIONS MAY NOT PURCHASE LOVE. RODERIC'S REPENTANCE. ON THE BORDERS OF PARADISE. THE SWORD DUEL IN THE EAST INDIAN...


History of a Six Weeks' Tour

by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley

Nothing can be more unpresuming than this little volume. It contains the account of some desultory visits by a party of young people to scenes which are now so familiar to our countrymen, that few facts relating...


Essays from the Chap-Book

by Various

BOYESEN, H. H. Ibsen's New Play BURROUGHS, JOHN Bits of Criticism DeKOVEN, MRS. REGINALD Verlaine: A Feminine Appreciation EARLE, ALICE MORSE Degeneration The Pleasures of Historiography The Bureau of Literary...


Outsider: Deliverance

by Peter Diggins

“How long must this continue, Outsider? You who cannot die, and I who am already dead?”

THE KINGDOM OF SYRANE: A land of magic, myth and adventure.

For Duncan Hawkwind, The Outsider, it’s a prison.

Duncan...


Red Dust Dancer

by Eva Scott

Everyone deserves a second chance—and another dance.

Tamsin Cooper's career as a Parisian showgirl is coming to an end. Nearly thirty, with no boyfriend and no prospects of a family of her own, she decides...


Tuli and her three ice flowers

by Carinha K. Bleckert, Adrian Thome & Daniel Matzenbacher

"Tuli and the three ice flowers” tells the tale of a young girl from the land of the far north, where she experiences the same destiny as Cinderella. In the land of the far north ice flowers are a sign of...


Foggy Frog and the Pain Gang

by Megan A Schartner, Erik P Schartner & James Anstie

One in five people live with an invisible illness causing chronic pain and fatigue. Foggy Frog and the Pain Gang can come to visit them at any time! When they do visit, they can make even the simplest of tasks...