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Professor's Daughter by R. Igor Gamow

Rating: 4.9 Stars with 8 votes

Category: Contemporary, Literary

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Professor’s Daughter is an illustrated, fictional memoir about an eccentric professor who’s been a non-conformist his entire career. He's a former ballet dancer, an expert horseman and an inventor. He's lead research expeditions to Nepal and explored the depths of the ocean. After his wife’s death, he tries to re-establish his relationship with his estranged daughter, Athena. She wants to know about her father’s secret life that he lived apart from both her and her mother. The professor tells Athena about his romantically adventurous life through stories filled with passion, humor and irreverence. It's a volatile debate between a strong-willed daughter and her maverick father. Don't we all fall in love with many others during our life? And what happens when we pursue those passions? In writing what he calls a “fictional memoir”, the author knows that there is always a risk that friends and family might take offense. However, his aim is to explore the mysteries of romance and have a good-natured laugh at the wild chemistry created when mixing men, women and love.
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Drowning Mermaids (Sacred Breath Series, Book 1) by Nadia Scrieva

Rating: 4.1 Stars with 95 votes

Category: Action and Adventure, Fantasy, Romance, Science Fiction

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The deadly northern seas are growing unsettled...

None know this better than Aazuria Vellamo, who must conceal her physical abnormalities in order to masquerade as a normal human being. She is the proud Princess of Adlivun, fleeing from the threat of war in her underwater kingdom to regroup with her sisters and bodyguards in Alaska. This refuge holds unexpected surprises, for she meets a somber gentleman in a dark corner who offers her assistance.

Captain Trevain Murphy is a successful king crab fisherman who has spent his life building his empire above the sea, and knows nothing of the greater empire beneath the surface. When an elegant dancer captures his attention, he becomes fascinated with her old-fashioned speech and unique mannerisms. Learning that her father has recently died, he cannot resist extending kindness and offering to be her benefactor.

Neither the captain nor the princess can imagine that their lives will become forcibly entwined as a common enemy threatens both of their worlds...
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Adventures at Walnut Grove: A Lesson about Teasing (Walnut Grove Series) by Dana Lehman

Rating: 4.7 Stars with 27 votes

Category: Children's

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Sammy's feelings are hurt when he is called raccoon eyes. Sammy knows that name-calling is not nice, but his friends have a valuable lesson to learn. The name-caller soon becomes the one being teased. Adventures at Walnut Grove is a story about friends that learn to treat others as they would like to be treated.
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Tales of the Fallen by Nescher Pyscher

Rating: 4.5 Stars with 8 votes

Category: Action and Adventure, Fantasy, Horror, Romance, Thriller

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Tales of the Fallen opens in a sewer at the end of the world. Mankind has poisoned itself with the toxic excesses of an ultra-modern society. The earth has been pillaged, and mankind is partying its way to the Apocalypse with blind eyes and deafened ears.

One man, Solly Mont, knows what is coming. He knows how to rebuild from the ashes, and he can see where mankind needs to be led to prevent this from happening again. He’s done it before, after all. His wife, Titiana—the abdicated Queen of Faery, and now the keeper of The Beller Inn, the finest bar and restaurant in all of the Outrealms--fetches him home to celebrate their anniversary. His gift to her is the unabridged story of his life, aided by his unparalleled skill in the power of Storyweaving—mankind’s mightiest magic.

Solly’s story is an exploration of the experiences common to humanity through the eyes of one immortal man. Solly’s master, the anthropomorphization of the virtue Wisdom, gave him the power of a god. Nothing humanity could achieve was beyond him, and even the spirits of earth and air bowed to his will. Being only human, Solly allowed the might and majesty of his gift to overwhelm his common sense, and in the end, he spurned his humanity. At the very end of his life, when everything he had accomplished was burning into dust and ash, Wisdom came to him offering her slavery as a path to redemption. Solly agreed and Wisdom stripped him of his name, his power and his very sense of self; a gift and a curse that allows him to relearn his manhood after losing the powers of a god. He took the name Solly Mont, and he agreed to do her bidding without question. He was now a Soldier in the fight of order against chaos. Solly’s teacher Taliesin Sungmeister, introduces him to the mysteries of magic, teaching him how to travel through space and time, and showing him his enemies. Theirs is a friendship beyond measure and far surpassing that of teacher and student.

Jack O’Green, a lying Green Man—or a leprechaun, or a vampire, or a fairy, depending on what he feels like telling you—joins him in his fight. His story is part of the whole. He has lived among humans for tens-of-thousands of years, and his insights are invaluable. He is bitter, cynical, mean, petty, crude and crafty, but loyal to a fault, even if he is unwilling to admit it to himself. He fights alongside Solly Mont for reasons of his own.

Cain, the son of Adam, represents the forces of chaos. An immortal with even more power than Solly has, Cain yearns for the final death of the last star and the unbridled hunger of the void. He has sold his soul to Solly’s enemies and promises to kill Solly.

Shadows-Dancing-On-Wall is a Storyweaver himself, and he is waiting for Solly in the first place Wisdom sends him after he receives his training in magic from Taliesin. Shadow is a shaman of the People; a tribe of humanity that escaped to the Arctic Circle shortly before the Apocalypse. They are a tribe of hunter-gatherers who live according to a strict regimen of laws designed to keep this tiny enclave of humanity alive long enough to repopulate the earth. Shadow tells him the story of Weaver-of-Shadows: a proud father whose beautiful, perfect son—on track to be the next chief—is killed during the ritualistic hunt of manhood. It is Shadow who tells Solly the story of mankind’s final end, and it is Shadow who tasks him with the impossible. Solly has to save Shadow’s people from extinction at the hands of Weaver’s vengeful spirit. If he doesn’t, mankind will die. Along the way to accomplishing his personal goals, Solly has to participate in life. He exists alongside the people he is trying to save, and their goals, desires, needs and wants often become his.

Solly’s tale is a quest and the history of humanity from beginning to end. Peopled with gods, monsters, demons, fairies and the people and places common to humanity.
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