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Regenesis by kimmie townsend Rated: Younger Audiences (Age 5+) (K) starstarhalf-star [Reviews - 2]
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A story of a dream fulfilled, of being given the opportunity of living the life missed the first time around by the use of virtual reaity and cloning technolgy of the possible foreseeable future.



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[ Download ePub ] [Report This] Published: 30 Jan 2013 Updated: 30 Jan 2013
Happily Ever After by Maeryn Lamonte Rated: Young Audiences (Age 9+) (K+) starstarstarstarstar [Reviews - 2]
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It started with the birth of a long awaited child. Then there was a blessing – or to be more precise three blessings – then a curse, then another blessing, then somewhere along the line another birth – well four actually, but one that stood out. What happened next was... well it's easier of you read it for yourselves. I was going to do this in instalments, but then I though why bother. Here it is. All of it. Enjoy (I hope).

 

Oh yes, for those of you with a less than pristine mind and a limited grasp of English vocabulary, a muff was a sort of tube of fur used to keep young lady's hands warm long before it was that other thing



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[ Download ePub ] [Report This] Published: 24 Aug 2012 Updated: 24 Aug 2012
A Reluctant Spirit: Spirit of the East by Ingrid Halb Rated: Mature Audiences (Age 16+) (M) starstarstarstarhalf-star [Reviews - 4]
Summary: Jack finds a magical spirit and starts to make wishes.  It turns out that words are a lot more important than intentions. 

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[ Download ePub ] [Report This] Published: 30 Jan 2009 Updated: 31 Jan 2009
A Fabulist's Tale by Rachel Anne Rated: Teen Audiences (Age 13+) (T) starstarstarhalf-star [Reviews - 3]
Summary: Now where do I start? Well they say that the beginning is always a good place, so here goes. I have always been a storyteller but lately everything has changed. It seems that my tall tales aren't as tall as I always thought, at least they aren't after I tell them, that is.

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[ Download ePub ] [Report This] Published: 15 Nov 2006 Updated: 15 Nov 2006
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