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Guilt of the Brass Thieves
Guilt of the Brass Thieves Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Mr. Gandiss and his son, Jack, ask Mr. Parker to help them stop the theft of brass from their airplane factory.

The Adventures of Gerard
The Adventures of Gerard Sented by Rebecca

I hope that some readers may possibly be interested in these little tales of the Napoleonic soldiers to the extent of following them up to the springs from which they flow. The age was rich in military material, some of it the most human and the most picturesque that I have ever read.

Delver Magic II: Throne of Vengeance

The Sphere of Ingar has been destroyed and pure magic now flows freely throughout the land of Uton. Magic casters arise, as do the dark creatures that need magic to exist in this realm.

The Coral Island
The Coral Island Sented by Jacob

Three boys, Ralph, Peterkin and Jack, are stranded on an island - not a realistic portrayal of such a situation, but still successful and popular in its day. Its interesting to note that The Lord of the Flies was written in response to the unrealistic behavour and racism in this book.

Key Out of Time
Key Out of Time Sented by Daniel

Ashe Gordon and Ross Murdock, angry about the loss of their fellow agent Travis Fox on the planet Topaz, have travelled to the planet Hawaikan, a warm ocean planet, where they intend to set up a time gate. The world is so different from what they expected that they decide on a risky experiment: travel into the past of the planet, accompanied by two mutant dolphins and a female agent of Polynesian ancenstry.

Rilla of Ingleside
Rilla of Ingleside Sented by Rebecca

Anne's children are almost grown up, except for pretty, high-spirited Rilla. No one can resist her bright hazel eyes and dazzling smile.

Alleen op de Wereld
Alleen op de Wereld Sented by Rebecca

Alleen Op De Wereld Hector-Henri Malot (La Bouille at Rouen, May 201830 - Fontenay-sous-Bois,17 July 1907) was a French writer. He graduated rightsin Rouen and Paris, but eventually became literary passion. He worked as a literary critic for L'Opinion Nationale , and as a theater critic for Lloyd Franais.

Greenmantle
Greenmantle Sented by Sarah Gerdes

A classic espionage and adventure novel set during The Great War, featuring the reckless Richard Hannay. Tasked with unraveling a mysterious message, Hannay travels through Germany and the Middle East, searching for the elusive religious leader ''Greenmantle''. Sequel to The Thirty-Nine Steps and precursor to Mr. Standfast.

Jacob's Room
Jacob's Room Sented by Emma

Set in pre-war England, Jacob's story starts when he is still a child, and the novel follows him through college at Cambridge, and then into adulthood. Told mainly through the eyes of women in his life, Jacob's time in London forms a large part of the story, leading to the beginning of World War I.

1914
1914 Sented by Rebecca

For years past I had regarded a general war in Europe as an eventual certainty. The experience which I gained during the seven or eight years spent as a member of the Committee of Imperial Defence, and my three years tenure of the Office of Chief of the General Staff, greatly strengthened this conviction.

The Sea Wolf
The Sea Wolf Sented by Rebecca

The story of a soft, domesticated intellectual named Humphrey van Weyden, forced to become tough and self-reliant through exposure to cruel brutality. Onboard a San Francisco ferry when it collides with a ship in the fog and sinks, Humphrey is rescued by Wolf Larsen, captain of the seal-hunting schooner Ghost, bound for Japan. Brutal and cynical, yet also highly intelligent, Larsen rules his ship and terrorizes the crew with the aid of his exceptional strength.

The Scarlet Pimpernel
The Scarlet Pimpernel Sented by Jacob

In 1792, when the hated aristocrats were being mowed down in France by Madame Guillotine, an intrepid Englishman hid his identity under the nom-de-guerre of "The Scarlet Pimpernel," and headed a band of twenty noblemen whose object was to save as many of the French aristocracy as possible.

The Galaxy Primes
The Galaxy Primes Sented by Jacob

The Pleiades was Earth's first starship, and it could travel anywhere instantaneously -- but where it ended up could not be predicted... or even if the ship could return to Earth!

The Prisoner of Zenda
The Prisoner of Zenda Sented by Luis

This adventure novel tells the story of Rudolf Rassendyll, younger brother of the Earl of Burlesdon and a distant cousin of Rudolf V, the new King of Ruritania. King Rudolf is a hard-drinking, feckless playboy, unpopular with the common people, but supported by the aristocracy. When Rudolf is abducted and imprisoned on the order of the Duke of Streslau, Rassendyll has to impersonate the King at his coronation. There are various plots and counter-plots, with the schemings of the Duke's mistress Antoinette de Mauban, and of the villainous henchman Rupert of Hentzau, complicated by Rassendyll's romance with Princess Flavia, the King's betrothed.

A Voice in the Wilderness
A Voice in the Wilderness Sented by Jacob

Margaret Earle, an Eastern girl, thinking she has reached her destination in Arizona, where she is going to teach school, steps off the train at a lonely, desert water tank, and the train moves on, leaving her in the darkness and in a strange, forlorn land. But she steps off into a series of adventures and thrilling events which make entertaining reading indeed. After an unpleasant encounter with one man, she is rescued by another, young Lance Gardley, like herself an Easterner, and out of this meeting grows the romance of the story. Margaret's school and the strange religious life of the community make a splendid setting for this fresh, crisp, western tale.

Seven Swords
Seven Swords Sented by Emma

Vampire cannibals threaten the small town of Fena Dim. An old animal herder seeks seven fighters, the best in the world, to save his village from the demons who will soon fall upon it. An old soldier, a young rogue, an ex-slave, a powerful barbarian, a mysterious swordswoman, and a young girl who may be the key to victory answer his call.

The Last of the Mohicans
The Last of the Mohicans Sented by Rebecca

Hawkeye and his Mohican companions Chingachgook and Uncas escort the Munro sisters, Cora and Alice, through the woods of New York to Fort William Henry. Also in the expeditin party are British army Major Duncan Heyward and a psalmist named David Gamut. Along the way they are forced to fight against Hurons led by the evil Magua, which leads to an encounter with another American Indian tribe called the Delaware -- a development which will prove crucial at the end of the novel.

Armageddon—2419 A.D.
Armageddon—2419 A.D. Sented by Emma

The original "Buck Rogers" story -- Nowlan’s novella tells about America in the 25th century, conquered by Hans in 2109 A.D. and only now beginning to rebel. The Hans are invaders from Asia with highly advanced technology. They have great aircraft armed with disintegrator rays that turn whatever they hit into nothing. From time to time, they raid American land "to keep the 'wild' Americans on the run within the shelter of their forests, and prevent their becoming a menace to the Han civilization." (Summary from Wikipedia).

The Airlords of Han
The Airlords of Han Sented by Sarah Gerdes

It was no accident that Buck Rogers became an almost instantaneous success as a comic strip. Behind its creation was one of the most logical, scientifically planned "worlds of if" ever conceived. The re-presentation of these original Buck Rogers stories secures for Philip Francis Nowlan the important place he deserves as a shaper of modern science fiction.

Beasts of Tarzan
Beasts of Tarzan Sented by Carlos

Tarzan's fearsome call summons the most formidable array of jungle fighters ever known... THE BEASTS OF TARZAN.

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