Honest Abe.. Behind the myths lived the man nobody knew.
Martin Eden by Jack London, in my opinion this is the very best book Jack London ever wrote and definitely the best romance he ever wrote.
I Married A Ranger is the fascinating true story of the first woman to work for the National Park Service at the Grand Canyon in the old Wild West. This is a book of rare humor, western adventure, touching romance -- and packed with historical fact.
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***** Emma:the story of Emma Woodhouse. Emma was handsome, clever, and rich. She had a comfortable Victorian home and a happy disposition. The only problem Emma had was this irresistible urge to meddle, for the good of the other parties, of course. Fortunately, Emma didn't know she had a problem; and that was really the problem, wasn't it?
The Southerner,... In reading this epic romance, please remember that it is not just a northern echo of Gone With the Wind. This sweeping novel contains many incidents that might even appear far fetched at first glance, yet they were dug right out of the pages of history. Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis were born within just a few miles of each other.
They actually met once, face to face and neither recognized greatness in the face facing them. Both were Southern gentlemen in their thought processes and character.
Their ways parted -- forever, it seemed
-- It was only the tragic sweep of history that brought them back face to face in the bloodiest war ever fought on earth, where gallantry was still precious on the battle field but ideals were mere commodities, stolen from the soldiers and sold on the auction block to the highest bidder.
No war was ever watched with more earnest interest by the rest of the world than the American Civil War.
This war would bloody the pages of history long after the last soldier was laid down to rest, at a frozen, battle-ready Parade Rest.
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Socola will thrill you from the first page to the very last windup.
"The House of the Red Death, as you would call it.
"That is where we are now —deep in the dungeon room. Once upon a time it was a Hudson Bay post, abandoned almost since I can remember. When I was a child the smallpox plague tore through this way and killed all the people in its path. Nineteen years ago the red plague came again, and again, not one person lived through it in this _Poste de Mort Rouge._
"Since then it has been left to the weasels and the owls and even they have died. It is shunned by every living soul between the Athabasca and the bay. And I shall leave you here. Perhaps you will be safe? "At least, no one shall disturb you."
examination This must be a MAN'S kind of romance as I have
thoroughly enjoyed it from cover to cover. There are over two
hundred pages, as I have formatted it, and it is suitable for printing
out, if you so desire. Cut from a bygone age when love was LOVE, golf is the background
and indeed it is the driving force of this beautiful novel. I'm sure that
if I understood the game I would love this book all the more, but even in my
complete ignorance I was fascinated with the entire body. Even now I
chortle when thinking of the hero driving a whole forty miles and making the
trip in less than one day! That must have been some kind of fast autoing.
Give this book a chance. Download it now by clicking on the cover and
you'll give yourself a great deal of pleasure.
This must be a MAN'S kind of romance as I have thoroughly enjoyed it from cover to cover. There are over two hundred pages, as I have formatted it, and it is suitable for printing out, if you so desire.
Cut from a bygone age when love was LOVE, golf is the background and indeed it is the driving force of this beautiful novel. I'm sure that if I understood the game I would love this book all the more, but even in my complete ignorance I was fascinated with the entire body. Even now I chortle when thinking of the hero driving a whole forty miles and making the trip in less than one day! That must have been some kind of fast autoing. Give this book a chance. Download it now by clicking on the cover and you'll give yourself a great deal of pleasure.
**Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
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It was in the early days of the
Great World War that saw Sara Lee playing her part, first in the
setting of a city in Pennsylvania. An old city and an ugly city,
but still a wealthy one. It is only fair to Sara Lee if we say
that she shared in neither quality. She was far from ugly, and
very, very far from the safe crib of wealth.
**** Marie Claire:is another one of the free "page-turning" books furnished us by Browzer Books. Back in its day of publication this was all the rage in England and France for six long years. Here is a teaser.. One morning la mère Colas got angry with us and told us that we were children of misfortune, and that she would not feed us any longer. She said we could go and look for our father, who had gone away nobody knew where. When her anger had passed she gave us our breakfasts as usual, but a few days afterwards we were put into père Chicon's cart. The cart was full of straw and bags of corn. I was tucked away behind in a little hollow between the sacks. The cart tipped down at the back, and every jolt made me slip on the straw.
***** Monte Cristo, a huge novel by Alexandre Dumas, that needs no introduction.
**** MeetThe Man In The Iron Mask One of the original "thrillers" that is still one of the top classics of all time. Alexandre Dumas at his best.
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**A Princess of Mars By Edgar Rice Burroughs.
****Ivanhoe -- online. **** David Copperfield as a page turning book.
****Persuasion * Vikram and the Vampire
*** Strange Case of Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
by Robert Louis Stevenson.
** FRANKENSTEINis probably the most star-twisted romance ever written..
****A Romance of Exmoor. One of the best romances you will ever read.
*****Great Expectations This is the best romance Charles Dickens ever produced, although A Tale Of Two Cities comes real close.
The movies are shown for decoration only
but they do reflect the fun and excitement
you will discover in reading these books.
Wuthering Heights is one of the original gothics and still just about the best one ever written.
The Links of Northmour, by Robert Louis Stevenson. The Turf is there on top, rich, almost luxurious, but always beneath the turf is the sand. It is halted now, moving not - but ever ready to deal treachery out and let die with unwinking, uncaring eye. The Links they are called, and the pavilion that stands like a haunting flag is known quite simply as "The Pavilion On The Links." My blood still runs cold when I think of those links, The Links of Northmour.
Overland Red. Click that link and read the first page. Fit it on for style. Download the whole book from there.
The Road To Anywhere, by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Our hero is on the run and connects with a gang of cut throats that would gladly put an end to his run.
And, here is another one from France...
and Retold by J. Bédier
Rendered into English by H. Belloc
Princess Zara, a romantic adventure from the days of the last great Czar on earth.
Two shall be born the whole wide world apart;
And speak in different tongues, and have no thought
Each of the other's being, and no heed;
And these o'er unknown seas to unknown lands
Shall cross, escaping wreck, defying death,
And all unconsciously shape every act
And lend each wandering step to this one end,—
That, one day, out of darkness, they shall meet
And read life's meaning in each other's eyes.
Susan Marr Spalding.
In a similar vein we have.. You Must Love My Twin Spirit.It used to be there was a feeling, almost a belief, among the Native Americans of the Great Plains that each of them had a twin spirit, one that was almost them in outlook and ways. This theory can erase loneliness, but sometimes it is even more powerful. Because life was so uncertain among the Native Americans one that felt his or her life was waning could assign a lover to find that one's twin spirit and love them "as you have loved me." Antelope's story is almost like that, except that the one he loves doesn't tell him to go, find her twin spirit, until after her death. And when he finds the twin spirit of his loved one, she is chief among the tribe that hates his most.
Naturally, Elizabeth shrinks back from the window and clutches at her heart. Here it is, just like it happens in the Russian romance novels - and she is stricken on the spot. "He is in love with me and hoping to get my attention by posting himself there on my Parisian street corner. The swirling snow is turning his lips almost blue on this bitterly cold afternoon, that he ignores because the heat of his passion is keeping his feet and his heart warm." Elizabeth nearly swoons again. Well, I won't ruin it for you. Download this novel and read it for yourself, but I will tell you that with Pushkin at the author's throttle you can look in a dozen mirrors and never know who is the fairest one of them all until the last snowflake melts.
Sense and Sensibility is more modern and strangely nostalgic.
Jane Austen wrote several classics,
Sense and Sensibilities,
Pride and Prejudice -- but even Jane's mother had disparaging
things to say about Mansfield Park. Yet almost all the critics agree, the book
is well-written. "It's just --."
David Copperfield is available in pdf -- OR -- David Copperfield can be downloaded as a page-turning PC book. Just remember, this book is twice as long as Pride and Prejudice. Oh, one more thing, To Open The Page-Turning Book, click in the bottom right hand corner of the front cover.
Tarzan of the Apes is yours to read for free on the web. Click HERE.
A Princess of Mars
When The Wood Gods Dance, A romance from Denmark, by Hans Christian Andersen. Yes, a romance from Brother Andersen, and it is very, very good. Please RIGHT CLICK on the title, and download it to your computer.
Dare I say it? Dare I say that I, a plain old prosaic lieutenant in
the Republican Service have done all these incredible things here
set forth, and done them for the love of a woman -- No, not for a
woman, for a mere chimera in female shape; for a pale, vapid ghost
of a real woman's loveliness? I know you will laugh if I simply give
you the summary of my travails.
The Story of Pip
One of the last classics
Written by Charles Dickens
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