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  • The Ride of Her Life
    by Moore, Natasha

    Shes in for the ride of her life. After a devastating diagnosis, sensible Sarah
    Austin yearns to live life to the fullest. When she talks her former teenage
    crush into a cross-country ride on his Harley, she thinks its her one and only
    chance for adventure, including a fun fling with love em and leave em Bastian.
    No longer a rebel, Dean Bastian is a counselor for troubled teens and ready to
    settle down. He doesnt know why Sarah is so desperate for an adventure, but hes
    willing to do anything to keep a smile on her face, even pretend to still be a
    bad boy. Sarah doesnt want to burden anyone with the future she faces, but can
    Dean convince her that the rest of her life can be an adventurewith him?
    Warning, this title contains the following: explicit sex.
    The Ride of Her Life
  • Mrs. October Was Here
    by Dowell, Coleman

    The quintessential American town ('Oh beautiful for specious skies / For ambient
    waves of pain...'), Mrs. Septimus October, a lady of vast wealth whose hobby is
    revolution descends with her mysterious entourage to stage her great
    experiment--one aimed at ridding the world of hatred by focusing it on one
    single individual and destroying him. Her strange cadre of agents grows amid
    surprising, even sinister circumstances. Her bright and terrible revolution,
    however, takes a turn she had not anticipated, and the novel reveals itself as a
    ferocious, many-leveled fable.
    Mrs. October Was Here
  • Rozen Maiden
    by Peach-Pit Press Staff

    Jun is stuck watching over Jade Star, one of the twin Rozen Maiden dolls. And,
    Jade hates humans, especially Jun. Jun can't figure her out for the life of him.
    He offers to help her. And in exchange, Jade offers something more
    life-threatening.
    Rozen Maiden
  • The Sign of the Prophet : A Tale of Tecumseh and Tippecanoe
    by Naylor, James Ball

    The Shawnee leader Tecumseh, who has been hailed by many as the greatest Indian
    leader of all time, .came closer than any other before or after him to saving
    his people from total destruction by the whites on the eastern frontier in the
    early 19th century. If Sitting Bull is the most famous Indian, Tecumseh is the
    most revered - the shadowy figure who created a loose confederacy of diverse
    Indian tribes that extended from the Ohio territory northeast to New York, south
    into the Florida peninsula, westward to Nebraska, and north into Canada. A
    warrior as well as a diplomat, the great Shawnee chief was a man of passionate
    ambitions. Spurred by commitment and served by a formidable battery of personal
    qualities that made him the principal organizer and the driving force of
    confederacy, Tecumseh kept the embers of resistence alive against a federal
    government that talked cooperation but practiced genocide following the
    Revolutionary War. Tecumseh does not stand for one tribe or nation, but for
    allNative Americans. Despite his failed attempt at solidarity, he remains the
    ultimate symbol of endeavor and courage, unity and fraternity. Of Indian chief
    Tecumseh, U.S. president William Henry Harrison said, "If it were not for the
    vicinity of the United States, he would, perhaps, be the founder of an empire
    that would rival in glory that of Mexico or Peru." James Ball Naylor, noted
    author, poet, and doctor, is one of the most prolific writers of early Ohio
    history. Living from 1860 to 1945, Naylor wrote a number of poetry books and
    historical novels focusing much of his attention upon the main figures involved
    in the struggles between frontier settlers and Indian tribes in the Ohio
    territory.
    The Sign of the Prophet : A Tale of Tecumseh and Tippecanoe
  • Modern Chivalry : Containing the Adventures of Captain John Farrago and Teague O'Reagan, His Servant
    by Brackenridge, Henry M.

    Like Don Quixote , Sterne's Tristram Shandy , and Fielding's Tom Jones , Modern
    Chivalry is a tale of adventuring, episodic and exciting. Despite the author's
    European inspirations, it is a distinctively American book, not just because of
    its homespun, native characters and slapstick humor, but also because it is a
    narrative of journeying and questing. As it follows Captain Farrago and his
    sidekick on their travels, the book's premise becomes clear--that democracy as
    practiced in America is valuable and worthy, but that it is subject to
    malfunctions when tinkered with by unfit men. A pointed caricature of American
    life, Modern Chivalry will be of great value to all interested in American
    history and literature.
    Modern Chivalry : Containing the Adventures of Captain John Farrago and Teague O'Reagan, His Servant
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