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Ciara’s Song

he wonders and adventures of Andre Norton’s Witch World saga have thrilled millions. Now comes a new chronicle about the hidden realms of the Witch World. Ciara of Elmsgarth is only a small girl when the edict is issued by the Duke of Kars: KILL ALL WITH WITCH BLOOD, AND TAKE ALL THEY OWN. A greedy mob murders her family, but Ciara is protected by the powerful Lord Tarnoor and his son, Trovagh. Safe in the isolated, siege-proof citadel of Aiskeep, Ciara and Trovagh grow, marry, and raise children. Then the folly that grips Karsten worsens. Bigotry and corruption lead to crime, civil strife, war, and poverty–and the rise of an evil sorcerer, a black mage on a vendetta to destroy all Ciara has, and everyone she holds dear.
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An acclaimed historian presents a revelatory look at the greatest statesman of the twentieth century
For eminent historian Paul Johnson, Winston Churchill remains an enigma in need of unraveling. Soldier, parliamentarian, Prime Minister, orator, painter, writer, husband, and leader all of these facets combine to make Churchill one of the most complex and fascinating personalities in history.
In Churchill, Johnson applies a wide lens and an unconventional approach to illuminate the various phases of Churchill s career. From his adventures as a young cavalry officer in the service of the Empire to his role as an elder statesman prophesying the advent of the Cold War, Johnson shows how Churchill s immense adaptability combined with his natural pugnacity to make him a formidable leader for the better part of a century. Johnson s narration of Churchill s many triumphs and setbacks, rich with anecdote and quotation, illustrates the man s humor, resilience, courage, and eccentricity as no other biography before.
Winston Churchill s hold on contemporary readers has never slackened, and Paul Johnson s lively, concise biography will appeal to historians and general nonfiction readers alike.”

Chronicles of Eden – ACT XI

** Story seekers be warned, this series is intended for +18 readers or older due to adult content found within. If you’re a fan of harem/adventure style anime and manga, are looking for an epic light novel series that includes graphic violence, lewd and promiscuous monstergirls, some drama and comedy sprinkled in for good measure, and one gigantic world filled with mystery and danger waiting to be explored, then this is the series for you. **The story continues as Daniel, Daemon, and their harems of lovely monstergirls draw ever closer to an impending war within their world. One Dark Queen has amassed an army of bloodthirsty savages to reap anarchy across the land, another is on the brink of being released and ushering in a different chaotic future for all, and if that wasn’t bad enough another contender may already be plotting the end for everyone, man and monster alike. The number of safe havens to retreat to is swiftly dwindling, those that favor destruction are beginning to outnumber those who want to live in peace, and the notion that monsters could be kindhearted creatures is in danger of being forever disproved by a pair of vengeful twin sisters. The fate of Eden rests in the hands of two differing knights. One, a stoic warrior and guardian, and the other, a visionary and defender.

Chronicles of Eden – ACT VIII

If you’re a fan of epic adventures, horny monstergirls, or harem anime/manga, this is the series for you. Be warned that this story is for mature readers due to explicit content. I.E. “horny monstergirls.” Daniel and his harem of lovely monster maidens continue their journey in finding support to bring peace to Eden, however more danger is fast approaching him and those he holds dear. Between a trio of vixen monster hunters and a troublesome catgirl with some wild tricks, Daniel will need to be quick on his feet to keep his growing family, and his pants, in one piece. And should he manage to survive those obstacles there’s a much bigger threat looming ahead of them, one that threatens to completely destroy their dream of a world united.

Chronicles of Eden – Act VII

** Story seekers be warned, this series is intended for +18 readers or older due to adult content found within. If you’re a fan of harem/adventure style anime and manga, are looking for an epic light novel series that includes graphic violence, lewd and promiscuous monstergirls, some drama and comedy sprinkled in for good measure, and one gigantic world filled with mystery and danger waiting to be explored, then this is the series for you. **Daniel and his girls may be on a quest to instill peace throughout Eden, but first they need to deal with some very big changes in their lives. Between one of them turning into a lustful demon to another having her long lost daughter seeking bloody revenge, things about to heat up in a very dangerous way for everyone. New friends will be met along the way, a legendary sword will be within reach, a dark evil will return to bring about chaos, and Daniel will need to step up as the knight his growing harem truly deserves. Is Daniel ready to draw his blade to protect those he loves, even if it means pointing it at someone he doesn’t want to kill?

Chronicles of Eden – ACT V

If you’re a fan of epic adventures, horny monstergirls, or harem anime/manga, this is the series for you. Be warned that this story is for mature readers due to explicit content. I.E. “horny monstergirls.” The quest to meet and befriend the lustful monsters of Eden continues as Daniel and his girls try to gain another ally for their cause. As they venture further into the world they will come across new faces, new surprises, and plenty of danger, all while Daniel deals with the growing number of women that are in his life. The unique relationships he shares with the girls as well as his feelings towards them are being questioned as Daniel seeks to find the strength to protect them from danger instead of the other way around. Will he find the power to stand and defend all those that he loves, or has his heart become attached to more than he can handle?

The Chronicles of Amber

Amber is the one real world, casting infinite reflections of itself – shadow worlds, which can be manipulated by those of royal Amberite blood. But the royal family is torn apart by jealousies and suspicion; the disappearance of the patriarch Oberon has intensified the internal conflict by leaving the throne apparently for grabs; and amnesia has robbed Corwin, Crown Prince of Amber his memory – even the fact that he is rightful heir to the throne.
The Chronicles of Amber is Zelazny’s finest fantasy, a grand imaginative vision of alternate worlds, magic, swordplay, and murderous rivalries.
1. Nine Princes in Amber 1-156
2. The Guns of Avalon 157-338
3. Sign of the Unicorn 338-490
4. The Hand of Oberon 491-640
5. The Courts of Chaos 641-772
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Chronic City

Chase Insteadman, a handsome, inoffensive fixture on Manhattan’s social scene, lives off residuals earned as a child star on a beloved sitcom called Martyr & Pesty. Chase owes his current social cachet to an ongoing tragedy much covered in the tabloids – His teenage sweetheart and fiancée, Janice Trumbull, is trapped by a layer of low-orbit mines on the International Space Station, from which she sends him rapturous and heartbreaking love letters. Like Janice, Chase is adrift, she in Earth’s stratosphere, he in a vague routine punctuated by Upper East Side dinner parties. Into Chase’s cloistered city enters Perkus Tooth, a wall-eyed free-range pop critic whose soaring conspiratorial riffs are fueled by high-grade marijuana, mammoth cheeseburgers, and a desperate ache for meaning. Perkus’s countercultural savvy and voracious paranoia draw Chase into another Manhattan, where questions of what is real, what is fake, and who is complicit take on a life-shattering urgency. Along with Oona Laszlo, a self-loathing ghostwriter, and Richard Abneg, a hero of the Tompkins Square Park riot now working as a fixer for the billionaire mayor, Chase and Perkus attempt to unearth the answers to several mysteries that seem to offer that rarest of artifacts on an island where everything can be bought – Truth.

A Christmas Treasury

Doctor Who Short Trips is a series of themed short story anthologies of new Doctor Who fiction, featuring the Doctor in all of his first eight incarnations. They feature stories written by some of the leading names in Doctor Who, past and present, including Paul Cornell, Gareth Roberts, Christopher H. Bidmead, and Paul Magrs. This collection covers every aspect of Doctor Who at Christmas, from the Fourth Doctor and Romana wisecracking their way through opening their presents to the Seventh Doctor encountering a dangerous something from Christmas past. The Fifth Doctor visits an old companion, the First Doctor lands in a house where Christmas doesn’t go as planned, while the Second Doctor finds he has to have a serious chat with Santa Claus.
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Christmas Cake

“The perfect recipe for friendship, *Christmas Cake* is a delightful read for the holidays. This is a book to be shared, a story to be treasured.”
—Joan Medlicott, author of *The Ladies of Covington Send Their Love*
In a long-awaited sequel to her beloved national bestseller *Friendship Cake, *author Lynne Hinton returns to the town of Hope Springs with *Christmas Cake, *a heartwarming story that celebrates the close and lifelong bonds among women. Set in a small fictional Southern community as unforgettable as Jan Karon’s   Mitford, *Christmas Cake *movingly addresses issues of life and death, faith and love—and good cooking!


Evil is alive in Libertyville. It inhabits a custom painted Red and White 1958 Plymouth Fury and the teenage boy, Arnold Cunningham, who buys it from the strange Roland LeBay. Helped by Arnold’s girlfriend Leigh Cabot, Dennis Guilder embarks to find out the real truth behind Christine and finds more than he bargained for: From murder, to suicide, and a strange feeling that surrounds Christine – she gets even with anyone that crosses her! Can Dennis save Arnold from the evil that is Christine?

Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years

The New York Times bestseller and definitive history of Christianity for our time—from the award-winning author of The Reformation and Silence A product of electrifying scholarship conveyed with commanding skill, Diarmaid MacCulloch’s Christianity goes back to the origins of the Hebrew Bible and encompasses the globe. It captures the major turning points in Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox history and fills in often neglected accounts of conversion and confrontation in Africa, Latin America, and Asia. MacCulloch introduces us to monks and crusaders, heretics and reformers, popes and abolitionists, and discover Christianity’s essential role in shaping human history and the intimate lives of men and women. And he uncovers the roots of the faith that galvanized America, charting the surprising beliefs of the founding fathers, the rise of the Evangelical movement and of Pentecostalism, and the recent crises within the Catholic Church. Bursting with original insights and a great pleasure to read, this monumental religious history will not soon be surpassed.

The Chosen

The Chosen (Rogue Angel Series #4) by Alex Archer
Archaeologist Annja Creed believes there’s more to the apparitions of *Santo Niño*—the Holy Child—luring thousands of pilgrims to Santa Fe. Other sightings of strange and anomalous creatures in the area indicate a mystery more profane than sacred—with links, perhaps, to Annja’s own fate. But she is not alone in her quest to separate reliquaries from unholy minds who dare to harness sinister power. A dangerous yet enigmatic Jesuit, sworn to protect the Vatican at any cost, a brilliant young artist whose genius portrays a truth too potent for words and a famed monster hunter with a terrifying agenda are the keys to the secrets that lie in the heart of Los Alamos—and unlocking the door to the very fabric of time itself….


Vampire Bast and his lover Trick are still alive, or not, and kicking in this sequel to Need!
Still very human Trick is dealing with the difficulty of having a lover who can’t go out in the sun, Bast is trying to accept the changes the world throws at him, and they’re both working on understanding the bond between them.
Trick has asked Bast to feed on him alone, and while that’s easy enough for Bast because of his deep love for Trick, it causes all sorts of complications. Their friends don’t really understand what happens when Bast feeds on Trick, worried that Bast will somehow do his lover harm. Trick figures they’re just jealous because he has Bast and they don’t, but it could cause serious problems for the pair when their old crowd starts threatening to take Trick away.
To make matters worse, Trick knows he’s not getting any younger, and he’s starting to worry that he won’t be able to keep Bast happy, or fed, for the rest of his life.
Can Trick and Bast settle the problems that seem to follow them? Or will they fold under the pressure of being a vampire and his Chosen? Find out in this Sean Michael Classic.
This is a reprint – the publisher has changed.

Choosing Names

*In a new story, Larry Niven tells of the earliest days of the first Man-Kzin War.*
The Kzin had learned of the existance of human-occupied space, a find that promised new technolgies for the race, and new wealth for the fierce Kzin Warriors in the form of land, slaves…and food. Kzin had sent ships to probe the Solar System, expecting no danger from mere weed-eating apes. But the Warrior Race had underestimated monkey ingenuity, and the ships were destroyed by “peaceful” technology that the humans had hurriedly changed into weaponry.
The surviving Kzin have been caged and are being studied. “For you, the war is over,” the monkey-boys have told the Kzin. Incomprehensible to the Kzin, for whom no war is *ever* over. The humans are sure that the huge warcats cannot escape their prison. But there is something the humans do not realize. One of the Kzin is a Telepath…
Cover Illustration: Stephen Hickman

The Chomsky – Foucault Debate: On Human Nature

Two of the twentieth century’s most influential thinkers debate a perennial question.
In 1971, at the height of the Vietnam War and at a time of great political and social instability, two of the world’s leading intellectuals, Noam Chomsky and Michel Foucault, were invited by Dutch philosopher Fons Edlers to debate an age-old question: is there such a thing as “innate” human nature independent of our experiences and external influences?
The resulting dialogue is one of the most original, provocative, and spontaneous exchanges to have occurred between contemporary philosophers, and above all serves as a concise introduction to their basic theories. What begins as a philosophical argument rooted in linguistics (Chomsky) and the theory of knowledge (Foucault), soon evolves into a broader discussion encompassing a wide range of topics, from science, history, and behaviorism to creativity, freedom, and the struggle for justice in the realm of politics.
In addition to the debate itself, this volume features a newly written introduction by noted Foucault scholar John Rajchman and includes additional text by Noam Chomsky.