The Battle For Guiniloupay

Author: Joseph Brown
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1475995083
Size: 33.24 MB
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Long ago, the guinea pig race lived together in a city on the coast. But when a storm came from the sea, that way of life ended. Now a nomadic culture, they've become experts at finding the best places to live, gather, and thrive. They follow their curiosity to find new lands each season, and those wanderings bring them to an area of rich farmland too enticing to ever leave. They call it Guiniloupay. A few years after they build their new settlement, strangers a band of penguins from the east come to their fields with dire news. The penguins have been driven from their home and need help and refuge. Fearing the worst, the guinea pigs form an alliance with the penguins, naming their leader, King Penjay, ruler of Guiniloupay. Soon after the alliance is formed between the two races, a new era of prosperity begins. Guiniloupay starts to expand, and word soon spreads. It is only a matter of time before the good news of their success inspires jealousy and fear in others, including the warlike Mouse Empire in the West. Emperor Bandit calls for the immediate destruction of Guiniloupay, sending five thousand of his most viscous mouse knights to attack the penguins and guinea pigs. For two years, the enslaved residents of Guiniloupay labor to rebuild their former home to suit the whims of their new emperor. But the time is coming soon when they will rise up to defend their home and way of life. Joseph Brown's Through the Ages of Guiniloupay began as a short story he wrote with a friend in sixth grade. Throughout the years, he expanded the stories into a five-book series. He grew up in Tamaqua, Pennsylvania, and is currently serving in the US Air Force.

A Firefly In A Fir Tree

Author: Hilary Knight
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9780060009915
Size: 35.64 MB
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Enhanced with beautiful watercolor illustrations, a republished tale from 1963 captures the excitement of the Christmas season as two festive mice apply their wit and creativity to create beautiful decorations out of an assortment of items found in order to decorate their cozy, little dwelling for the upcoming holiday.

Mice Templar Vol 5

Author: Bryan J.L. Glass
Publisher: Image Comics
ISBN: 153430164X
Size: 80.97 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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"NIGHT'S END" On the last night of the world as it was, the restored Order of the Templar marches against the fortress stronghold of mad King Icarus. Yet as they lay siege without the guidance of Karic, the heroic young mouse that overcame their generations of prejudice and division, will everything they fight for prove lost to the horrors that arrive with the coming dawn? One Night! One glorious, terrifying battle! Where every Legend Dream, Destiny, and Prophecy will collide for the fate of the world they know! The grand finale of a 10-year creator-owned vision! Featuring a foreword by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS!

Her Outback Knight

Author: Melissa James
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1426803184
Size: 61.83 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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As the sun rises in the Australian Outback, and flowers open in the delicate morning sunlight, two people drive through the silent land, sharing the beauty unfolding around them. They only have eyes for each other. Danni and Jim's journey started as a quest to find the truth, but soon they begin to realize that this journey may really be one of the heart— Melissa James brings you a story about the complexity of love and life, and how finding forgiveness within can set you free.

Tales Of A Fifth Grade Knight

Author: Douglas Gibson
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 1496504887
Size: 63.80 MB
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Isaac Thompson and his friends, Max and Emma, go to Castle Elementary, which is a school in a creepy castle--but when Isaac's little sister Lily goes missing in the basement, things get positively dangerous, because the three friends discover that underground is a world inhabited by a human-sized bat, and an army of spear-wielding rats, and somehow Isaac and his friends must find Lily and get out alive.


Author: Samuel Butler
Size: 12.70 MB
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The Green Knight

Author: Iris Murdoch
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101501642
Size: 22.40 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Full of suspense, humor, and symbolism, this magnificently crafted and magical novel replays biblical and medieval themes in contemporary London. An attempt by the sharp, feral, and uncommonly intelligent Lucas Graffe to murder his sensual and charismatic half-brother Clement is interrupted by a stranger—whom Lucas strikes and leaves for dead. When the stranger mysteriously reappears, with specific demands for reparation, the Graffes’ circle of idiosyncratic family and friends is disrupted—for the demands are bizarre, intrusive, and ultimately fatal.

The Mice Of The Round Table 2 Voyage To Avalon

Author: Julie Leung
Publisher: Bonnier Publishing Fiction Ltd.
ISBN: 1848126069
Size: 55.15 MB
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'A winning new adventure featuring a stalwart warrior mouse, heroic knights and magical Camelot' KIRKUS A mysterious curse sparks a dangerous quest in the second story in Julie Leung's epic adventure series set below the floorboards of Camelot. Young mouse Calib Christopher has nearly completed his training to become a squire to the Knights of Camelot when news of a deadly plague reaches the castle. Soon all of Camelot is showing signs of the illness, animals and humans alike. Desperate to find a cure, Calib and his friend Cecily set off on a voyage to find the healing land of Avalon. But even as their journey takes them over land and sea, back at home, Calib's human friend Galahad discovers that the true enemy may have already found a way inside the castle walls . . . Magic. Legend. Epic adventure.

One Good Knight With The President S Daughter

Author: D. S. Carroll
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469151200
Size: 15.88 MB
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One Good Knight with the Presidents Daughter features a collision of indignant Ivy Leaguers with a crooked alumnus worth four billion dollars. The title refers to Joe Knight, the editor of a subversive campus paper, and Susannah Cameron, the university president's witty daughter who falls in love with him for his integrity and irreverence. The editor has lambasted the tycoons desire to donate a megabucks museum. In the midst of its rollicking comedy, the play confronts a serious question: What is the actual purpose of prestigious universities, when one of their richest alumni is regarded as a role model while in fact he is no better than a crook? The stage set should appeal to a director, actors, and audience for its compressed, creative use of space. The set consists of Joes dorm room63 square feet crammed with a bed, desk, closet, and two chairs. (Joe has discovered that his room allows him only half the space required for felons in the state penitentiary.) Nine remarkably colorful characters wedge themselves inside his room. The comedy of their struggle is intensified amid the heap of tangled bodies while they deal with love, fraud, and the art of getting even. Ever more ingenious leverage is applied to the tycoon, who ends up endowing a two-million-dollar professorship for studying corruption in America.