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Blood Eye: A Novel (Raven: Book 1)

Giles Kristian - Fiction - 2012 - 400 pages
CHAPTER. THREE. I. WAS MISERABLE. Numb. Ealhstan and I sat huddled at
the stern by the Norseman at the tiller, who grinned wolfishly whenever I caught
his eye, as though he was amused that I had betrayed my people. And even
though ...
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In the Suicide Mountains

John Gardner - Fiction - 2010 - 158 pages
An intricately woven fable filled with magical creatures—and astonishing surprises In this wonderful fantasy, John Gardner weaves tales within tales to bring a magical world to vivid life.
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Sword at Sunset

Rosemary Sutcliff - Fiction - 2008 - 512 pages
Richly detailed, the story chronicles the formation of a great army, the hardships of winter quarters, the primitive wedding feasts, the pagan fertility rites, the agonies of surgery after battle, the thrilling stag hunts, and the glorious ...
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Serpent: A Novel from the NUMA files

Clive Cussler, Paul Kemprecos - Fiction - 2000 - 480 pages
Clive Cussler introduces us to Kurt Austin, the courageous leader of the NUMA exploration team.
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Farther Than Any Man: The Rise and Fall of Captain James Cook

Martin Dugard - Travel - 2001 - 304 pages
In Farther Than Any Man, noted modern-day adventurer Martin Dugard strips away the myth of Cook and instead portrays a complex, conflicted man of tremendous ambition (at times to a fault), intellect (though Cook was routinely ...
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Halfhyde on Zanatu

Philip McCutchan - Fiction - 2005 - 192 pages
All is not well on Zanatu: the idyllic Polynesian island is in rebellion, and the British Navy sends Lieutenant St Vincent Halfhyde to find out why.
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A Pirate of Exquisite Mind: Explorer, Naturalist, and Buccaneer: The Life of ...

Diana Preston - Biography & Autobiography - 2009 - 416 pages
He was the first to deduce that winds cause currents and the first to produce wind maps across the world, surpassing even the work of Edmund Halley.
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