Archan is the third story in the 14 book McLaughlin City series. A cat burglar who favors animals over people awakens one day with a unique ability and new sense of purpose. Once again the Katsuya corporation is up to no good, and Archan finds himself in the midst of their plot.
Two of Irish playwright, George Bernard Shaw's most satiric and hilarious comedies that take on the controversial issues of British militarism and the Irish question. This new, edited edition with an introduction by two Shaw scholars, emphasizes the brilliance of the Playwright's biting commentary on love and war. Download it today!
When the allure of graduate school forces Bridget and Michael to leave their home in Miami Beach and hit the road for Austin, the open-eyed transplants are suddenly sans furniture and bed. With their books still packed inside a one-bedroom sublet, the young lovers explore their new location. Confronted with crazed library patrons, intoxicated vagabonds, and mentally unstable neighbors, they...
A love story, ski rides on the mountain, an avalanche and a surreal, unexpected, life-changing turn of events are at the center of this tale. If it's an avalanche of snow, or the avalanche of love, or something of divine intervention, you'll have to figure it out by yourself.
This story was originally produced for BBC broadcast by talented creators of radio entertainment. Complete with sound effects, beguiling music, and a full cast of characters, this classic story is full of complicated conflicts, murder, blackmail and private tragedies.
As school closes for Christmas, a teacher doing her best in a failing and chaotic high school is knocked down by an abusive student and locked into a biology storage area. As the small room has a sink and some food stored for lunches and prep periods, she is only in danger of spending two horrible weeks dieting in a cold room with no toilet or bed or much else beyond obsolete books and broken...