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Archer's Goon
4.07 avg. rating
· 3732 Ratings
The trouble started when Howard Sykes came home from school and found the "goon" sitting in the kitchen. He said he'd been sent by Archer. But who was Archer? It had to do with the 2,000 words that Ho…
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3.95 avg. rating
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When the kindly old aunts decide that they need help caring for creatures who live on their hidden island, they know that adults can't be trusted. What they need are a few special children who can kee…
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The Beggar Queen (Westmark, #3)
3.97 avg. rating
· 2624 Ratings
Mickle, once a common street urchin, now rules Westmark as the wise Queen Augusta. Yet the kingdom is strangely restless. Ghosts of the past lurk everywhere, whispering of future war. Justin and his r…
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The Sleeping Beauty (Five Hundred Kingdoms, #5)
Heavy is the head--and the eyelids--of the princess who wears the crown...

In Rosamund's realm, happiness hinges on a few simple beliefs:

For every princess there's a prince.

The king has ultimate power.…
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Beauty and the Werewolf (Five Hundred Kingdoms, #6)
The magic continues in "New York Times" bestselling author Mercedes Lackey's enchanting new story from the Tales of the Five Hundred Kingdoms series. A beauty must battle some beasts before she rescue…
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The Haunting of Granite Falls
3.84 avg. rating
· 753 Ratings
American millionaire Hiram C. Hopgood will stop at nothing to make his daughter, Helen, happy—even if it means buying her an ancient Scottish castle and shipping it back to Texas. Assembling the castl…
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Dragon's Bait
3.93 avg. rating
· 7331 Ratings
Fifteen-year-old Alys is not a witch. But that doesn't matter—the villagers think she is and have staked her out on a hillside as a sacrifice to the local dragon. It's late, it's cold, and it's rainin…
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Fortune's Fool (Five Hundred Kingdoms, #3)
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New York Times–bestselling author Mercedes Lackey spins a variety of fairy tales -- think The Little Mermaid and old Russian folktales -- into a satisfying romantic fantasy in…
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Psmith, Journalist (Psmith, #3)
4.01 avg. rating
· 1970 Ratings
The story begins with Psmith accompanying his fellow Cambridge student Mike to New York on a cricketing tour. Through high spirits and force of personality, Psmith takes charge of a minor periodical, …
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One Good Knight (Five Hundred Kingdoms, #2)
When a dragon storms the castle, what should a (virgin) princess do?

Why, turn to her studies, of course! But nothing practical-minded Princess Andromeda of Acadia finds gives a definitive solution. Th…
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It Was the War of the Trenches
4.21 avg. rating
· 1508 Ratings
World War I, that awful, gaping wound in the history of Europe, has long been an obsession of Jacques Tardi’s. (His very first—rejected—comics story dealt with the subject, as does his most recent wor…
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The Normal Heart
4.27 avg. rating
· 2598 Ratings
THE NORMAL HEART is the explosive drama about our most terrifying and troubling medical crisis today: the AIDS epidemic. It tells the story of very private lives caught up in the heartrendering ordeal…
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Billion Dollar Baby
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Me, Alice: The Autobiography of Alice Cooper
'Me, Alice' is the very hard to find Alice biography 'as told to Steven Gaines'. It has been out of print since at least 1977 and was never published outside the USA.
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The American People: Volume 1: Search for My Heart: A Novel
The long-awaited new novel by America's master playwright and activist--a radical reimagining of our history and our hopes and fears

Forty years in the making, The American People embodies Larry Kramer…
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Torch Song Trilogy
4.21 avg. rating
· 2050 Ratings
Drama, American Literature, Gay and Lesbian Studies, Plays

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· 2594 Ratings
Larry Kramer's Faggots has been in print since its original publication in 1978 and has become one of the best-selling novels about gay life ever written. The book is a fierce satire of the gay ghetto…
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Joni Mitchell Both Sides Now
3.33 avg. rating
· 39 Ratings
The first book to analyse Joni Mitchell`s controversial life, career, songs and the strange times they so exactly chronicle.
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Brilliant, fearless, incorruptible, Andrew Trevayne was a self-made millionaire at thirty-five, former Undersecretary of State, current head of one of the nation's most prestigious foundations. Now, a…
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Watch You Bleed: The Saga of Guns N' Roses
From the "New York Times" bestselling author, the complete story of the last rock supergroup? from their drugfueled blast-off in the 1980s to the turbulent life of legendary singer Axl Rose and his fi…
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The Holcroft Covenant
3.91 avg. rating
· 9730 Ratings
The Second World War is over. Three top Nazis have embezzled $780 million from Nazi funds - and then committed suicide. Their Covenant, to be inherited by their three eldest children, is to redistribu…
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The Big Sleep / Farewell, My Lovely (#1-2)
These two classic novels featuring private eye Philip Marlowe made Raymond Chandler's name synonymous with America's hard-boiled school of crime fiction.  The Big Sleep was an instant success when fir…
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The Hideout
3.39 avg. rating
· 201 Ratings
A Junior Library Guild Selection
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It’s time to go, but no one can find Hannah! That’s because she’s in the park with much to do. She needs to collect caterpillars and s…
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Moy Moy
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Labyrinth: A Novel Based on the Jim Henson Film
What happens when you wish for something terrible ... and your wish comes true? Young Sarah is about to find out. Left at home to mind her baby brother, Toby, she finds herself trying to comfort a scr…
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The Borribles (The Borrible Trilogy #1)
What is a Borrible? Borribles are runaways who dwell in the shadows of London. Apart from their pointed ears, they look just like ordinary children. They live by their wits and a few Borrible laws-the…
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Westmark (Westmark, #1)
3.92 avg. rating
· 4319 Ratings
When Theo agrees to print a traveling showman's pamphlet, he only thinks of the money it will bring in. Instead, it sets off a chain reaction that results in the smashing of the press and the murder o…
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Deogratias, a Tale of Rwanda
3.52 avg. rating
· 1155 Ratings
The 2000 winner of the Goscinny Prize for outstanding graphic novel script, this is the harrowing tale of the Tutsi genocide in Rwanda, as seen through the eyes of a boy named Deogratias. He is an ord…
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Sea of Tranquillity
3.98 avg. rating
· 288 Ratings
Paul Russell's delicately layered, richly textured novels have won him widespread acclaim as one of the finest contemporary American novelists. Sea of Tranquillity, possibly his most ambitious and rew…
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The Foundling and Other Tales of Prydain
When Lloyd Alexander finished the Chronicles of Prydain, readers asked for more! So, in 1973, Mr. Alexander wrote a collection of short tales about the land of Prydain. These stories revisit familiar …
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