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Daring Time

Author: Beth Kery
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The author of Wicked Burn presents a story of how passion and danger make tempting bedfellows. He sees her, wants her, needs her-now he has to have her. Chicago Detective Ryan Daire has many secrets: a love for Shakespeare, an appreciation for all the finer things in life, and an absolute lack of restraint in the bedroom. Now he has an even bigger secret. In every shadow of the sprawling mansion he's recently inherited he can see her-tempting, ethereal, and untouchable. Hope Stillwater inhabited that mansion in 1906. Raw desire has formed a conduit between these two passionate souls who are separated by the barrier of time. Intoxicated by each other's presence, Ryan and Hope come close to crossing that inviting boundary between two worlds. But there is danger: Ryan's job has put him on the trail of a depraved criminal in an investigation that's risking Hope's eternal fate. Now he must do whatever it takes to change history, protect Hope from harm, and set his desires free.


Daring Dames Time Travels

Author: Mini Komix
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Set your time machine for the past, the future, and all points in between. Travel through time and space with some of the most beautiful girls from the Golden Age of comics. There's the villainous Sorceress Of Zoom in her quest to obtain a magical jewel, lovely Luana transports Captain Science thousands of years to stop the evil Doctor Khartoum from sacrificing slave girls, a darling doctor accidently summons a knight and dragon in Through The Time Warp, ta project between two lovers goes back to the dawn of time for A New Beginning, the continuing saga of Malu The Slave Girl as she looks back at her past life during the Arabian Nights, a package filled with harem girls from the future leads to a Miscalculation, a look at The Lost Lives Of Lauren Hastings, an archeologist is summoned by a sexy priestess to fight The Monster God Of Rogor, and the goddess Isis haunts her descendants from ancient Egypt. Strange tales and bizarre thrillers in this cosmic collection. 100 Big Pages!


Victorian Tales 22 Daring Times

Author: Manuel Barreiros
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SIR MORTIMER HUNTER IS THE NEW FOREIGN SECRETARY AND SIDNEY OREBAR TAKES HIS PLACE AS HEAD OF SECRET SERVICE.HE HIRES CROW.AT THE SAME TIME, PROFESSOR GIORGIU OFFERS TO THE MAHDI THE USE OF A NEW WEAPON, THE ARIETE, CONTROLLED BY REMOTE CONTROL.THEY STEAL THE TREASURE OF THE FIRST KHEDIVE AND ATTACK A BRITISH PATROL NEAR THE BORDER.TO FACE THE NEW MENACE, SIDNEY OREBAR WITH MOIRA HUNTER AND FIELD AGENT AMELIA STAR GO TO EGYPT WITH PROFESSOR HARRIS, IN HIS FLYING MACHINE, THE VICTORIA.MARION SHUSTER AND VON KULOV FROM THE GERMAN SECRET SERVICE ARE, ALSO THERE, AFTER GIORGIU, WHO IS, A GERMAN CITIZEN, WHO STOLE THE BLUEPRINT OF ARIETE IN GERMANY.A GREAT ADVENTURE B


Time Traveling Savior Cloning Plus Other Inadvisable Feats

Author: Doug Knell
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"If you prefer your reading materials politically correct, read your television instruction manual instead." - Chaim Schwartzmann, entrepreneur, part time bigot, and chief editor of Revisionist Time Travel Digest "The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy got me only as far as 42 light-years due west of Alpha Centauri. Mr. Knell's comedy scifi book was cheaper to buy and transported me to an entirely new universe. Mind-altering substances probably had something to do with that though." - Holden Lefront, publisher of Home Opium Poppy Farming Made Simple Einstein's Theory of Relativity amazingly proved that time is relative, especially so in humorous books. Ipso facto, this comedy scifi book on time is relatively amazing. Preview this and be amazed by this funny action adventure. Written by an applied physics major with decades of time travel experience. In the next twenty years, he plans to travel exactly that same amount of time into the Future! Egotists beware: getting cloned is considered an inadvisable feat by your doctor - at least in funny novels "This world would be a better place if there could only be more people like me in it." - the average person on the subject of cloning "One of you in the world is more than enough." - the rest of humanity on the average person getting himself cloned Once upon a time, but not in this time, in a comedy adventure dealing intimately with time, a woman could find love in the arms of a robot; a man could find death in the jaws of a genetically engineered lock picking reptile; and the dead could find a reprieve from the boredom of Eternity with the Land of the Living just a collect call away. The handful of the world's mega-corporations, for which most everyone works, own all the world's nations. No one knows anymore if they're part of a comedy troupe or a future apocalypse. This funny world of action & adventure connects: * Professor Harry Dandruff, a wealthy inventor with hair problems and a questionable past * His six clones with abundant problems of their own * A run-of-the-mill everyman-loser who's just officially died and has nothing left to unofficially live for * A humorous, lazy, and leering President of the United States, trying to do the minimum for his legacy in the history books * A megalomaniac with a fake Ph.D and a plan to control the world's religions by cloning their symbolic mascots * A comedy rivalry between the Gay Brigade and the Lesbian Lineup for world domination - or world apocalypse * A secret network of railtimeways spanning the eons "Time travel is a magnificent way to step into societies and cultures magnitudes more advanced or primitive than your own. Blend in as if you're not even there. Seek to make no difference or impact. Whenever in doubt, just act like 99% of humans in every era since the dawn of humanity, and you'll be just fine." - 83rd Edition of CODES AND ETHICS IN SUSTAINABLE TIME TRAVEL "In the past, Saviors saved us from our sins. In modern times, Saviors should be able to save us money on insurance premiums, enlightenment workshops, and cellular data services." - addendum to Operation Saviors And Clone Is the Professor's shady past about to catch up with him? Decades ago, Professor Dandruff secretly cloned himself, with varying degrees of success, and learned the hard way that living with multiple underachieving clones gets you quite sick of yourself very, very quickly. Now somehow, a religion entrepreneur knows all and is blackmailing the Professor to travel back in time with him for samples of Mr. Christ's DNA to clone for a new enterprise. In this epochal comedy adventure of literal soul searching, the very fabric of reality and continuity is at the risk of being compromised. Every President in funny novels learns that carrying the weight of the world for a single day can be murder on the upper back. Professor Harry Dandruff in this novel is about to learn that carrying the weight of the world across a few thousand years can be just plain murder. The Professor has many accomplished feats to his name. A lot of them are inadvisable. Without a little luck and some dazzling ingenuity ahead and behind him in time, the Professor's next inadvisable feat looks set to be his last. The best comedy scifi book you've never heard of.


Brideshead Abbreviated

Author: John Crace
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John Crace's 'Digested Read' column in the Guardian has rightly acquired a cult following. Each week fans avidly devour his latest razor-sharp literary assassination, while authors turn tremblingly to the appropriate page of the review section, fearful that it may be their turn to be mercilessly sent up. Now he turns his critical eye on the classics of the last century, offering bite-sized pastiches of everything from Mrs Dalloway to Trainspotting via Lolita and The Great Gatsby. Those who have never quite got around to reading A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man will be delighted to find its essence distilled into a handful of paragraphs. Those who have never really enjoyed Lord of the Flies will be pleased to find it hilariously parodied in an easily swallowable 982 words. And those who find all such works a little highbrow will be relieved to discover, between the covers of this book, John Crace's take on the likes of Ian Fleming, P. G. Wodehouse and the Highway Code. Witty and sharp, this is essential reading both for those who genuinely love literature and for those who merely want to appear ridiculously well read.


Philosophy and Politics at the Precipice

Author: Gary M. Kelly
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Philosophy and Politics at the Precipice maintains that political philosopher Alexandre Kojève (1901–68) has been both famously misunderstood and famous for being misunderstood. Kojève was famously understood by interpreters for seeing an "end of history" (an end that would display universal free democracies and even freer markets) as critical to his thought. He became famously misunderstood when interpreters, at the end of the twentieth century, placed such an end at the center of his thought. This book reads Kojève again – as a thinker of time, not its end. It presents Kojève as a philosopher and precisely as a time phenomenologist, rather than as a New Age guru. The book shows how Kojève’s time is inherently political, and indeed tyrannical, for being about his understanding of human relation. However, Kojève’s views on time and tyranny prove his undoing for making rule impossible because of what the book terms the "time-tyrant problem." Kojève’s entire political corpus is best understood as an attempt to rectify this problem. So understood, Philosophy and Politics at the Precipice provides fresh perspective on the true nature of Kojèvian irony, Kojève’s aims in the Strauss–Kojève exchange, and how Kojève at his best captures a philosophical, phenomenological time, one that marks some of the most dynamic and unique events of the twentieth century. Headlines have largely erased the notion that history has ended. Philosophy and Politics at the Precipice, on the other hand, provides the philosophical justification for arguing that the end of the last millennium was not an end and that, for his view of time, Kojève remains a thinker for the times ahead.


Littell s Living Age

Author: Eliakim Littell
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The American Reports

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The Living Age

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Extreme Success

Author: Rich Fettke
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SUCCESS WITHOUT STRUGGLE! Have you tried to follow the old rules for success and found that they don't work anymore? Have you already achieved professional and personal success but secretly fear that you have accomplished everything that you ever will? Do you have a cherished dream that you want to realize? If so, read on. Extreme Success can be yours! In this life-changing book, sought-after personal coach and extreme athlete Rich Fettke doesn't just lead us down the path to success, he shows us that it can be easier and, yes, more fun. By applying the lessons he has learned from extreme sports in his seven-part program, he shows us that learning to take risks is as important as doing your homework. Using quizzes, captivating stories, and specific step-by-step strategies, he explains how you can: CREATE YOUR OWN "LUCK" DEVELOP THE COURAGE FOR CHANGE USE PARTNERSHIPS AND ALLIANCES TO EXPAND POSSIBILITIES MAKE FEAR YOUR FRIEND GET -- AND STAY -- IN THE ZONE AND MUCH MORE!