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How to Talk Like a Pirate — Heilan Yvette Grimes
Everything you could ever want to know about how to talk like a pirate including syntax, dictionary, phrases. Also includes biographies of the most famous pirates, pirate ships (descriptions of the parts of a ship), pirate flags, etc. Many illustrations.
Symzonia; Voyage of Discovery — Captain Adam Seaborn (Capt. John Cleves Symmes)
First published in 1820, many people consider this the first Transcendental novel, and the first Science Fiction novel published in the United States.
Abbreviations and Smileys — Heilan Yvette Grimes
Ever wonder what some of the abbreviations and smileys you see in emails or texts mean? This book gives you a comprehensive dictionary of Abbreviations and Smileys.
The Laxdaela Saga — Heilan Yvette Grimes
This is the only Scandinavian Sage (or even Medieval Epic) that has a woman as the protagonist.
The Viking Age: Volumes 1, and 2 — Paul B. du Chaillu
Republication of Paul B. du Chaillu 1889 masterpiece covering everything to do with Vikings: their culture, clothing, religious ceremonies, government, etc. Has over 1355 illustrations and a Viking Map from the age of Viking Exploration.
Fairy Tales — Heilan Yvette Grimes
A retelling of the world’s best known fairytales. I’ve found people usually know the start of a fairytale, sometimes the end, but very rarely the middle. This book will get you up to speed on the most popular fairytales in the world.
The History of the Caliph Vathek
Bramah, Ernest (various works by this author)
Kai Lung’s Golden Hours; The Wallet of Kai Lung; The Mirror of Kong Ho; Four Max Carrados Detective Stories; The Secret of the League
Brown, Charles Brockden
Wieland; Or the Transformation. This is the first book, and murder mystery, published in the United States (1798). It is also the first book every to use ventriloquism as a plot device.
Butler, Ellis Paker
Pigs is Pigs is one of the funniest short stories ever written.
Erewhon; The Way of All Flesh
Cabell, James Branch
His book Jurgen was banned by the Supreme Court. We will be republishing that one as well as many of his other works: Jurgen; Gallantry; The Line of Love; The Cords of Vanity; Domnei-A Comedy of Woman-Worship; The Jewel Merchants; The Rivet in Grandfather’s Neck-A Comedy of Limitations; The Certain Hour; The Eagle’s Shadow; Figures of Earth; Modern Essays; Taboo
The Man Who Was Thursday; The Napoleon of Notting Hill
de la Motte, Friedrich
The Strange Voyage and Adventures of Domingo Gonsales, To The World in the Moon. Published in England in 1768, this is possibly the oldest Science Fiction novel.
Henry James: The Turn of the Screw; Wilkie Collins: The Woman in White; J.S. LeFanu: Uncle Silas
The Wind in the Willows
Haggard, H. Rider
People of the Abyss
A Dreamer of Tales; Don Rodriguez: Chronicles of Shadow Valley; Fifty-One Tales; The Gods of Pegana; If; Time and the Gods; The Sword of Welleran and Other Stories; Tales of Three Hemispheres; Unhappy Far-Off Things; Tales of Wonder; Tales of War; The Book of Wonder
A Book of Strife in the Form of the Diary of an Old Soul; At the Back of the North Wind; Lilith: Malcolm; The Light Princess; Phantastes; Princess and Curdie; Princess and the Goblin; Far Above Rubies; David Elginbrod; St. George and St. Michael (3 vols); Warlock O’ Glenwarlock; There & Back; Adela Cathcart; Home Again
Mrs. Henry Wood
East Lynne (a few years ago voted one of the best beach reads of the summer)
Memoirs of the Jacobites
The Enchanted Castle
Life and Adventures of Peter Wilkins
Sewell, Mary Wright
Neither Dead Nor Sleeping
Thackaray, William Makepeace
The Rose and the Ring
Annals of the World