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Saturday, January 12, 2013

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The Dead War Series: BOOK 1 by George L. Cook III

Rating: 3.8 Stars with 9 votes

Category:  Action and Adventure, Horror, Science Fiction

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The US Army doesn't run from any enemy, living......or dead!

In the year 2053 the dead walked. Mankind was caught off guard at first but within six years mounted a massive military assault on the dead.

These are the stories of some of those men and women that fought back. These are the stories of some trying to find a “cure”. These are the stories of those that are just trying to survive the nightmare of the walking dead. These are the stories of those that caused The Dead War.

This book contains the first chapter of The Dead War Series which features the hero of the series, Sergeant Richards . It also contains a short story about a character in the main story.


George L. Cook III
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The Stolen: Two Short Stories by Michelle Browne

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Category:  Science Fiction 

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Tired of apocalypse stories about zombies and explosions? Pick up an accessible and beautifully-written two-story collection about characters lost in a world that's chosen to trade freedom for enlightenment.

"After a few hours, the sun had risen too high for us to continue, and they dragged us back to the bus. We had only cleared a small corner of field, from the looks of it, and the guards made their displeasure clear with still, cold body language and a few strokes of their Sholbans on the ones who’d collapsed. Clever, I thought, to save us the smell of singed hair and sight of seizures until we were on the bus, and unable to look away from them. They said little to us, though, just striking the ones who’d collapsed, and after, the ones who wept."--The Fields

"She tapped her display to bring up the TorYoBiKo. It opened in front of her, the virtual leather binding parting smoothly, the haptic software providing the sensation of silky parchment. On the title page inside, luscious black type spelled out the name in elegantly serif-free capitals. TorYoBiKo: Manual For a Better World. Man, thought Sarah, a good wank would be better, but ‘indulgent self love’ in the office would get me wearing the sign for weeks." --WordThieves

What crimes are committed in the name of peace, control, and harmony? Clarice and Sarah are about to find out.
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The Victoria Falls A memorable destination by Sinaali Pumulo

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Category: Non Fiction

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The Victoria Falls is the largest waterfall in the world; in respect to its height and width which creates the largest single sheet of falling water in the world.

This status has made it one of the leading tourist destinations in the world; and a prime natural tourist attraction in Southern Africa, and arguably so in Africa.

Each year thousands of people visit the Victoria Falls, and over the years the falls has hosted millions of guests; and the guest list is ever increasing. By late 1990s the Victoria Falls was recording about 300,000 visitors each year and that figure has risen to about 1,000,000 two decades later.

However, preparing to visit the Victoria Falls does not come easy. Naturally, even before they come, visitors would want to know more about the place they want to visit. They would want to know about the climate, the people, activities, and a lot other information to help them best plan their visit.

It is then that this book comes in. This book is specially written for those that want to find out all they can about the Victoria Falls so that they can better plan their visit.

The book will cover a wide range of aspects about the Victoria Falls; such as how it formed in the first place. What would be the best time to visit? Where should you stay, Zambia or Zimbabwe? What health alerts should you consider? It will also looks at activities that take place at the falls; taking a look at activities such as canoeing, bungee jumping, rafting, game viewing, and many others. It will definitely give you a whole lot of other important information that will help you adequately plan your visit.

In as much as the book has tried to give you relevant information, you will also find links to point you to other possibly relevant resource sites for more information.

This book is by far the most detailed travel manual to the Victoria Falls, and yet the simplest and most straight forward you will ever come across.

It is my deepest conviction that the information provided in this book will make it a whole lot easier for you in planning to make your visit to the Victoria Falls a memorable one!
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White Goods by Guy A Johnson

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Category: Contemporary, Literary, Mystery

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Set in the south of England at the beginning of the 1980’s, White Goods is a novel about loss and the search for the truth, told through the eyes of a deceptive twelve-year-old boy.

Scot Buckley is a complex young man, living under the shadow of absence: his mother encounters a horrific death at the start of the book. Further, he is haunted by the elusive existence of a relative simply known as ‘Jackie’ – whose very being the rest of his family are determined to keep secret.

White Goods opens very dramatically: a child is pushed into the icy, open mouth of a chest freezer and the lid is slammed shut. His identity and fate are central to the story, but remain a mystery until the end.

Aside from the imprisoning chest freezer, other domestic goods participate in the drama. Scot recalls that his mother’s death is the result of a gory accident with a dishwasher. However, all is not as it initially seems and, each time Scot recalls her death, the scene and the actual cause are different…
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