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Starship Blackbeard
Starship Blackbeard
Price: $2.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Great characters, setting and plot, December 31, 2014
Piracy is still piracy. Addiction still devastates. Absolute power still corrupts absolutely. And still there are heroes bound to set things right. But wait. Who are the heroes? The mutineer? The man who decides disloyalty is the honorable course? The bitter pilot and her brutal boyfriend. All of them? Hang on for the ride; this tale rockets at warp speed, and leaves you panting for the sequel like a slavering Hroom. Great story telling.


How David Met Sarah (David series Book 1)
How David Met Sarah (David series Book 1)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Like the perfect pan of brownies..., October 18, 2011
brownies with chewy edges and centers that melt just so on your tongue, nuggets of walnut here and there. Your third grader devours them with cold milk; you nibble, savoring the subtle richness of flavor and texture. How David Met Sarah is just the same, except less fattening.

Annie Kelleher's luscious novel is both compelling and gentle, told with artful simplicity, technicolored with images of poetic precision.

If a child or adult with Down syndrome approaches you on a sidewalk or in a corridor, their distinctively rounded features wreathed in smiles, do you shy your eyes away to avoid contact?
After reading How David Met Sarah, you never will again. Instead you will think of David - his courage, his vulnerability, his sweet soul - and you will have to smile back, perhaps earn a hug, and go on your way feeling just a little blessed.
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The Strange Death of Napoleon Bonaparte
The Strange Death of Napoleon Bonaparte
by Jerry Labriola M.D.
Edition: Hardcover
Price: $12.84
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5.0 out of 5 stars A perilous journey, October 28, 2007
Even if you are not a history buff, The Strange Death of Napoleon Bonaparte will tickle your fancy for adventure, intrigue, romance and, above all, mystery. With one foot in the past and one very much in the present, our hero Dr. Paul D'Arneau treads a dangerous trail in search of the truth: was Napoleon murdered. Ignoring the PASS AT YOUR PERIL signs written in blood and bullets, D'Arneau forges on to discover.....Read the book.


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