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There Ariseth Light in the Darkness: A Novel of First Century Galilee

by JV Love

Three wandering souls. One miraculous teacher. A story of love and forgiveness… In ancient Palestine, three survivors struggle to find solace in a world of brutality and bloodshed. Azara is studious, headstrong, and committed to her ideals. Jonah is pure and virtuous, but his heart has been darkened by the evils of man. And Vitus is a Roman soldier battling for order and progress when he is unexpectedly confronted with a different kind of war…Separated by miles of dangerous lands, and decades of turbulent history, these three wandering souls set off on a journey beyond their imagination. Their travels will test their faith and culminate in an encounter with a mysterious rabbi from Galilee—a teacher who upends their lives with his revolutionary message of love and compassion… A man ...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Literary Fiction, Genre Fiction, Action & Adventure, Historical Fiction, Religion & Spirituality, Christianity, Religious & Inspirational Fiction, Religious, Christian, Women's Fiction, Biographical, Historical
Size: 401 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 25 January 2021 onward PDT/PST 

a star at edge of universe: memoirs (my life Book 1)

by Simpkin McCaughey, Maestro William Mozart Piaf

We have the sun at the edge of the universe a star we have all been to this star...

Genre: Children's eBooks, Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths, Genre Fiction, Biographical
Size: 170 pages
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The Butterfly and the Bee: The story of Henry Morton Stanley and Dorothy Tennant

by Helen Papworth

In the summer of 1886, the famous explorer, Henry Morton Stanley, receives a response to his proposal of marriage from the attractive English artist and social butterfly, Dolly Tennant. Her answer is ‘no’.
This intriguing historical novel, based on true events, begins in June, 1885, at a dinner party in the Tennant’s London home where H.M.Stanley and William Gladstone are amongst the guests. Dolly, widely recognised for her beauty and her artistic accomplishments, as well as her successful parties, is trying to get over a brief affair with Andrew Carnegie. Seeking a potential suitor, she is intrigued by the enigmatic Stanley and wants to get to know him better. Stanley is tempted by Dolly, but he also wants to return to his beloved Africa.
As their friendship devel...

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Historical Fiction, Biographical
Size: 364 pages
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In the Shadow of Lenin: A film screenplay

by Martin Grigorov

Awarded at the 2017 Cannes Screenplay Contest, Martin Grigorov's screenplay about the early days of the Soviet regime and the intrigue between Lenin's mistress and his wife finally reaches the bookshelves. The script will meet you with some of the most famous (or infamous) personalities in Soviet history like Joseph Stalin and Felix Dzerzhinsky and will provide you with an insight into many of the crimes perpetrated by Lenin, like his high treason and the execution of the Romanov dynasty....

Genre: Genre Fiction, Biographical
Size: 145 pages
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Rating: 4.50 / 5
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The Way It Is

by Daniel Martin Eckhart

This is a fictitious story about four very real guys in New York City, a year after graduating from the famed Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre. It was the spring of 1993, a time of hope and a time of struggle, a time of truth and chasing dreams. What you’re about to read is walk back in time in the form of a screenplay, written by the author a few years after leaving the city. It was his way of once more spending time in the company of treasured friends. The Way It Is is an ode to friendship, to acting, to writing, to the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre and, of course, to the one and only New York City....

Genre: Literature & Fiction, Contemporary Fiction, Genre Fiction, Biographical
Size: 232 pages
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