The Indigo Book

Author: Christopher Jon Sprigman
ISBN: 1892628023
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The Indigo King

Author: James A. Owen
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0857070312
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On a September evening in 1931, John and Jack, two of the Caretakers of the Imaginarium Geographica, discover a plea for help on an ancient medieval parchment. It seems to have been written by their friend, Hugo Dyson! But when they rush to warn him, they find that Hugo has already been abducted by fierce creatures called the Un-Men, who have mistaken him for the third Caretaker, Charles. And in that moment, the world begins to change… The Frontier which separates our world from the Archipelago of Dreams has fallen. Dark and terrible beasts roam throughout England. No one can be summoned from the Archipelago. And worse, their mentor and ally Bert seems to have forgotten them entirely! The only hope of restoring order from the chaos lies on a forgotten island - where a time travel device left by Jules Verne must be used to race through history itself - from the Bronze Age, to the fall of Troy and the founding of the Silver Throne. And in that single night, John and Jack discover that the only way to save their friend and stop the chaos destroying the world is to solve a two-thousand year-old mystery: Who is the Cartographer?


Author: Alice Hoffman
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 9780439256360
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When her mother dies, thirteen-year-old Martha is so unhappy living in the dried-up town of Oak Grove, that she convinces Trevor and Eli, two unusual brothers who long to return to the ocean, to run away with her. Reprint.

The Indigo Book Of Australian Prose Poems

Author: Michael Byrne
ISBN: 9781740276504
Size: 66.80 MB
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This selection of one hundred prose poems published in Australia since the 1970s demonstrates what a hip, bohemian and subversive vein the prose poem is. Prose poetry has proved a most flexible vehicle for an extraordinary range of Australian talent - from Gary Catalano to Joanne Burns, from Ania Walwicz to Alex Skovron. There have been overseas anthologies of prose poems but no Australian counterpart. The Indigo Book of Australian Prose Poems meets the needs of students, reviewers and the general literature loving public.

Along The Indigo

Author: Elsie Chapman
Publisher: Abrams
ISBN: 1683350960
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The town of Glory is famous for two things: businesses that front for seedy, if not illegal, enterprises and the suicides that happen along the Indigo River. Marsden is desperate to escape the “bed-and-breakfast” where her mother works as a prostitute—and where her own fate has been decided—and she wants to give her little sister a better life. But escape means money, which leads Mars to skimming the bodies that show up along the Indigo River. It’s there that she runs into Jude, who has secrets of his own and whose brother’s suicide may be linked to Mars’s own sordid family history. As they grow closer, the two unearth secrets that could allow them to move forward . . . or chain them to the Indigo forever.

The Indigo Girl

Author: Natasha Boyd
Publisher: Blackstone Publishing
ISBN: 1455137170
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“Natasha’s writing is a fresh and modern spin on great Southern literature.” - Ashley Pullo, author of the New Amsterdam series, praise for the author “A delight to read…Thank you, Natasha, for giving Eliza the recognition she deserves.” - Margaret F. Pickett, author of Eliza Lucas Pinckney: Colonial Plantation Manager and Mother of American Patriots, 1722–1793 In 1739, Eliza Lucas is sixteen years old when her father leaves her in charge of their family’s three plantations in South Carolina, then proceeds to bleed the estates dry in pursuit of his military ambitions. Her mother wants nothing more than for their South Carolina endeavor to fail so they can go back to England. Her family is in danger of losing everything. Hearing how much the French pay for indigo dye, Eliza believes it’s their salvation. But thwarted at every turn, even by her family, Eliza finds her only allies in an aging horticulturalist, a lawyer, and a slave with whom she strikes a dangerous deal: teach her the intricate, thousand-year-old secret process of making indigo dye, and in return—against the laws of the day—she will teach the slaves to read. So develops an incredible story of romance, intrigue, hidden friendships, threats, ambition, betrayal, and sacrifice, based on historical documents and Eliza Lucas’ own letters.

The Indigo Book Of Modern Australian Sonnets

Author: Geoff Page
Publisher: Indigo
ISBN: 9781740272186
Size: 66.44 MB
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Almost 200 sonnets written by Australians since 1945. '...reading was like finding a collection of small gems...a superb selection...' - Muse. '...most definitely worth buying...' - Quadrant. '...fine collection...' - Canberra Times

The Indigo Notebook

Author: Laura Resau
Publisher: Ember
ISBN: 0375845240
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Fifteen-year-old Zeeta comes to terms with her flighty mother and their itinerant life when, soon after moving to Ecuador, she helps an American teenager find his birth father in a nearby village.


Author: Catherine E. McKinley
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408822369
Size: 31.15 MB
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A richly-told, personal quest across the ancient trade routes of West Africa, and the unforgettable story of a rare, luminous colour.