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  • Bakemonogatari Part 1 (Monogatari Series #1)

    Bakemonogatari Part 1 (Monogatari Series #1)

    Monogatari Series by NisioisinI DO NOT OWN ANYTHING!There’s a girl at their school who is always ill. She routinely arrives late, leaves early, or doesn’t show up at all, and skips gym as a matter of course. She’s pretty, and the boys take to whispering that she’s a cloistered princess. As the self-described worst loser in her class soon finds out, they just don’t know what a monster she is.So begins a tale of mysterious maladies that are supernatural in origin yet deeply revealing of the human psyche, a set of case files as given to unexpected feeling as it is to irreverent humor. So begins the legendary novel that kicked off the MONOGATARI series, whose anime adaptations have enjoyed international popularity and critical acclaim.This first of three parts introduces Senjogahara and Hachikuji, and fans of the blockbuster prequel KIZUMONOGATARI will be delighted to meet their favorite crazies again: the weirdly reliable narrator Araragi, class president among class presidents Hanekawa, shady problem-solver Oshino, and a certain pale, blonde former vampire.

  • Three Words, One Name

    Three Words, One Name

    Realistic Fiction COMEDY

    Updated every Friday.A collection of prompt-based short stories. The prompt consisting of three random words, and one random name.Hilarious, irreverent, and witty.

  • Boy Broken in the Corner

    Boy Broken in the Corner

    A boy and his mother suddenly have to move out of his father's house, which leaves the boy shocked because he hadn't noticed that his parents were having problems. The novella follows their new life and the travails of the woman as a single mother who has to start her entire life (financial, romantic, social), from the scratch, because she had depended on her husband for everything. The story is told from the irreverent perspective of the boy trying to adapt to the new situation - new friends, a new neighbourhood, new school; and his mother's new relationships with men, neighbours, family members; with his father and his stepmother on the fringes of the tale.

  • Fossils - Viagra, Snuff & Rock'n'Roll

    Fossils - Viagra, Snuff & Rock'n'Roll

    Magical Realism ADVENTURE COMEDY

    Proof that age is just a number and getting old doesn't mean you can't have fun. It just means you know how to get away with it.Fossdyke Retirement Home has seen its fair share of quirky characters, but it’s never seen the likes of these four geriatric musicians who form a band called Fossils. Chaos erupts after winning a national competition when a local DJ who entered their recording into the contest labels Fossils as a vibrant young rock band.Fearing the English press persecuting them and their families when they find out the truth, the four flee England until they can resolve their situation. Follow the madcap adventures of Britain’s most irreverently lovable elderly rockers as they trip, stumble, and fall into one situation after another while travelling around Southeast Asia evading adoring fans, journalists, and a ruthless record producer. Viagra, Snuff, and Rock ‘n’ Roll

  • Blue the Black Fish

    Blue the Black Fish

    Realistic Fiction ACTION ADVENTURE

    Brazen, irreverent, and unforgiving, the unpredictable Navy SEALs deploy on classified missions worldwide. “Blue” decided as a young man that he wanted to join this elite military unit. The path through Basic Underwater Demolition SEAL training is excruciating and has been shrouded in clandestine mystery. Discover what it means to “Ring Out” and “Get Wet” through the eyes of Blue the Black Fish, an actual day-by-day journal of BUD/S class 86.The physical requirements are extreme, picture a fourteen-mile, soft sand beach run. Glimpse the mental skills required to master scuba diving, handle explosives, and perform reconnaissance. You will see the end result of a five-mile ocean swim where Blue's eyes are nearly swollen shut from fatigue. Enter the real world of US Navy SEAL training where "the only easy day was yesterday."

  • Martins


    Jackson Small has just been discharged from the British military after witnessing the violent battlefield death of his closest friend, Connolly. It was Connolly who introduced him to the fascinations of ancient civilizations, enticing him with stories of La Joya, the capital of a vanished Peruvian empire. Coping with his grief, Jackson sets off in search of La Joya, hidden in the cloud forest hanging between the Andes and Amazonia.It’s an arduous journey: through desert, arid mountains, inhospitable villages, and impenetrable jungle. And though he finds unexpected help—from a young boy as wily as he is innocent, from an irreverent village priest, and from a woman who both redefines and fulfills all of Jackson’s expectations—he’s also warned at every turn to abandon his search for a place that may not even exist. But he lets nothing stop him from entering the depths of the forest believed to protect the ruins of the lost city—where he will encounter other seekers whose methods are far more sinister than his ownWith its starkly lyrical voice, its headlong pace, and the romanticism of the quest that fuels it, The Lost City is at once suspenseful, continually unexpected, and thoroughly mesmerizing.

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