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A Brief Guide To The Hunger Games

by Brian J. Robb

A comprehensive and compelling guide to Suzanne Collins's bestselling young-adult, dystopian trilogy The Hunger Games, Catching Fire and Mockingjay. Already a publishing phenomenon to rival Harry Potter (over...


To Slay The Dreamer

by Alexander Cordell

From the Spanish sierras to the French Pyrenees, one desperate cause unites them. As the stromclouds gather in the passionate fight against the Fascists, a young Spanish countess and a trained american assassin...


Sea Urchin

by Alexander Cordell

The Isle of Man is a Fairy place. If you know where to look, you may still find the little people, as they are called. On the Island lived a Chinese boy, Hu, with his father and his dog Kau Kau. One day Hu's...


Tunnel Tigers

by Alexander Cordell

Brunel, Stephenson, Locke and Vignoles - these were the magic names. And under them 10,000 laboured, blasting, shovelling and digging, changing the contours of Britain for a new age of railways. Among them is...


Goblins: 5: Ghost Goblins

by David Melling

Beware - there are goblins living among us! Within these pages lies a glimpse into their secret world. But read quickly, and speak softly, in case the goblins spot you... Drysniff, Sludge and Gusset have been...


Goblins: 3: Puddle Goblins

by David Melling

Beware - there are goblins living among us! Within these pages lies a glimpse into their secret world. But read quickly, and speak softly, in case the goblins spot you... One stormy night, Septic the Puddle...


Goblins: 1: Stone Goblins

by David Melling

Beware - there are goblins living among us! Within these pages lies a glimpse into their secret world. But read quickly, and speak softly, in case the goblins spot you... Saggypant and Seepage are stone goblins,...


Goblins: 4: Shadow Goblins

by David Melling

Beware - there are goblins living among us! Within these pages lies a glimpse into their secret world. But read quickly, and speak softly, in case the goblins spot you... Stinglip and Pungent are at Shadow Goblin...


Goblins: 2: Tree Goblins

by David Melling

Beware - there are goblins living among us! Within these pages lies a glimpse into their secret world. But read quickly, and speak softly, in case the goblins spot you... When tree goblins Butterfingers and...


Fields Of Bright Clover

by Elizabeth Jeffrey

Rachel Gardner's family life is far from a happy one. Her father, Stanhope, is cold and remote and her mother Nellie seems to care for nothing but housework. Then, one day, Stanhope collapses in the street and...


Peerless Jim

by Alexander Cordell

Jim Driscoll, adopted Welshman, one of the greatest boxers who ever lived. Robust, hot-headed, a born fighter - and a legend in his own lifetime. Moving between South Wales, London and America in the early years...


Land Of My Fathers

by Alexander Cordell

Set against the background of the Chartist rebellion, LAND OF MY FATHERS is a heartfelt evocation of the greatest iron town in the world, Merthyr, and of the people who made it so: foundry-owners and workers,...


Rogue's March

by Alexander Cordell

James Alexander McAndrew is an artist, a raconteur and a drunk. A roarer who fights his way through every pub in Tiger Bay to become a bouncer in Toulouse-Lautrec's Montmartre. Yet despite his restless nature...


Tales From Tiger Bay

by Alexander Cordell

The people who inhabited the dockland area of Cardiff, know as Tiger Bay, have engraved their personalities on the very air of Bute Street and, under Alexander Cordell's vivid pen, the streets are crammed again...


Bartleby and Benito Cereno

by Herman Melville

Bartleby is a haunting moral allegory set in the business world of 19th-century New York, while Benito Cereno is a harrowing tale of slavery and revolt aboard a Spanish ship, regarded by many as Melville's finest...


And Quiet Flows the Don

by Mikhail Sholokhov

And Quiet Flows the Don is the great monumental novel so favorably compared to Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace. Like the Tolstoy novel, And Quiet Flows the Don is an epic picture of Russian life during a time of...


Against Nature

by Joris-Karl Huysmans

Joris-Karl Huysmans is most famous for this novel AGAINST NATURE and he predicted it would be a failure with the public and critics: "but I don't give a damn! It will be something nobody has ever done before,...


Tears of the Fallen

by K M Hager

Amy Coleman is on a mission to find her son, the only problem was up until two days ago she never knew she had a child. Life for Amy is not worth living anymore; she has been brutally attacked; her nightmare...


Accepting Destiny

by Lynn Christa

Up until three months ago, Ally Sanders lived a normal life and was focused on her career. She didn't have time for parties or love, and that was just the way she wanted it. Though Jackson Bentley had other...


Fables

by Aesop

Aesop is said to have lived in the sixth century B.C., a slave on the Greek island of Samos. The eternally entertaining tales attributed to him–in which the fates of sly foxes, wicked wolves, industrious ants,...