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The Fellowship of the Ring, Part One of Tolkien's masterpiece, The Lord of the Rings.

The Fellowship of the Ring, Part One of Tolkien's masterpiece, The Lord of the Rings.

THE COMPLETE ESSAYS OF RALPH WALDO EMERSON (Special Nook Edition) FULL COLOR…

THE COMPLETE ESSAYS OF RALPH WALDO EMERSON (Special Nook Edition) FULL COLOR ILLUSTRATED VERSION: All the Essays Speeches and Addresses of Ralph Waldo Emerson incl. Nature & The American Scholar in One Volume!) NOOKbook (The Complete Works Collection)

THE COMPLETE ESSAYS OF RALPH WALDO EMERSON (Special Nook Edition) FULL COLOR…

100 Science Fiction and Fantasy books from NPR.  I've read a good handful of these, but there are still so many that I need to catch up on!

Your Picks: Top 100 Science-Fiction, Fantasy Books

100 Science Fiction and Fantasy books from NPR. I've read a good handful of these, but there are still so many that I need to catch up on!

Did you know that the author imbued the whole series with elements that symbolize his own faith?  When you understand this, you'll understand why some of his supporters disapprove of Peter Jackson's film rendition.

Did you know that the author imbued the whole series with elements that symbolize his own faith? When you understand this, you'll understand why some of his supporters disapprove of Peter Jackson's film rendition.

This book was so much fun to read. I really want to read some more Sherlock Holmes books....

The Book of The Law

The Book of The Law

First UK Edition of The Return of the King Published by George Allen & Unwin in London, 1955.

First UK Edition of The Return of the King Published by George Allen & Unwin in London, 1955.

Till We Have Faces: A Myth Retold is a 1956 novel by C. S. Lewis. It is a retelling of the Greek myth of Cupid and Psyche, which had haunted Lewis all his life,[1] and which is itself based on a chapter of The Golden Ass of Apuleius.

Till We Have Faces: A Myth Retold is a 1956 novel by C. S. Lewis. It is a retelling of the Greek myth of Cupid and Psyche, which had haunted Lewis all his life,[1] and which is itself based on a chapter of The Golden Ass of Apuleius.

Descent into Chaos - Ahmed Rashid

Descent into Chaos - Ahmed Rashid

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