Title: Caius the making of the Hero
Overview of the novel
This Novel presents a picture of Julius Caesar, as an idealistic young patrician, bent on bringing justice and freedom to a world, which has been ravaged by greed and the consequences of political corruption. Assisting him in achieving this goal is a family of four magnificent women, consisting of his wife, mother, aunt and daughter.
The Novel takes us through a detailed glimpse of a time at the end of the Roman Republic, when partisan politics, rebellious factions and wealthy warlords had all struggled to wrench the power of this expanding world power into their own greedy hands. This was a time of chaos where the many were manipulated by the few.
The novel begins as a Caesar about to end his life on the eve of the Ides of March 44 BC reminisces about how he came to his place in life, and ends just as he begins to solidify his meteoric rise to power.
Prologue To The End
On The Bank Of The Tiber...
The Funeral Oration
The Times Change
Lucius Cornelius Cinna
At The House In The Subura
The Father In Law
The Fall Of Rome
Pompey Is Truly Great
A Family Once More
The Second Confrontation
The Soldier's First Appearance
The King Of Bithynia
Title: Get Your Gun Guide
- I’ll show you how to ditch what you have now for the only gun that outperforms them all.
You’ll never quite run out of bullets for this one.
Warning: It’s deadlier and messier than an AA2 Automatic Shotgun… and it never backfires!
- They’ll even try to cut a deal with you. And I’ll share some of the tricks on how to make the best of this opportunity.
- Once you know how to choose the right weapon and how to use it when someone tries to attack you, you’ll always be the one left standing.
This is what will get you out when the military police come for your guns.
And there’s no way they can see this coming.
They’ll run from your house covered in shame, never to come back.
Title: War Stories For My Grandchildren
Author: H. F. Jansen Estrup
A memoir of conflict in short stories featuring:
1945 Sambo, 1942-1951 Bad Dog Stories, 1951 Round and 'Round Things, 1950 Korea, 1957 Mutiny, 1962 The Drowning of Helen Lee, 1963 Ciphers and Symbols, 1964 Chaser, 1966 Sea Dragon, 1968 Loose Lips, 1969 Don't Drop the Load, 1972 Judgements, 1973 Fireworks ... and many, many others.
The author, born at the end of the Great Depression, was emotionally imprinted by WWII and his experience and studies have been a lifelong response to that trauma.
This ebook has been described as 'brilliant' and 'necessary' ... 5 stars!
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Rating: (5 after 3 votes)
Title: The Rise Of Chu's- a family with a broad smile
Author: Kaushal Yogi
The book is about a story of a political family who is in politics since the times of apes. they are maintaining themselves in politics beacuse their family have a very peculier tradition- of writing their personal experinces of politics about how to rule, in that book.
the story runs parallel to the quesion hour of parliament, wrote humorously.
all five present member of the family are politicians. and all five are doing well. a baby is about to be born to a young couple of the family- Al Chu & Ana Chu.
the couple prepares for it like every standard couple prepares themselves. they are doing everthing that they feel they should do.
with time as the baby grows up, he too feels the urge of joining politics because of the circumstances around him. he takes out the book of Chu's- the diary.
by the end he is seen as joining the politics, but on the other hand question hour is still running parallel and nothing chances both, in the type of questions or the answers.
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Title: Starlight On Stone CRUX
Author: Jansen Estrup
As the heroes of the first four books, WEST, EAST, SOUTH and NORTH gather on the mythical battlefield at Kadesh (c900bce), they square off in unexpected alliances while the peace-bride, Princess Harranish, struggles to decide the fate of history's two greatest empires. Will she choose forgiveness or vengeance? The consequences of her actions have come down to us over the millenniums and greet us every day on the morning news.
Slipping past the boy-king's exhausted army, the young giant Keelunt retrieves a dead Hittite messenger's sword, hidden just days before. He intends to use it defending his queen's life, a mere Kritti girl who chance has bequeathed the imprisoning title Tawannanus, a shadow queen of the Hittite Empire. She has already escaped numerous assassination attempts. Now she and Keelunt are trapped by drought, famine and war.
Keelunt is soon accused of murder, for the sword belonged to the King of Harran and had been taken to war by his disgraced son, Attili. It is Attili's sister, Harranish, who accuses him and she will not seal the peace treaty with marriage until the has her justice.
Plotting to exploit this complication, the Hittite wizard and chief scribe, Kizzu, tries to intimidate the Egyptian negotiator, Cenemanu, whom he mistakes for an amateur. She is anything but, yet must maintain this guise in order to further her king's own plot. Even a land hungry freeman might be come suspicious if he won huge territories without... Click here to read the full description!
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Title: Quest for Honor
Author: David Tindell
What price would you pay to restore your honor?
Jim Hayes lives a quiet widower's life in Wisconsin. Unable to prevent the murder of his pregnant wife six years ago, Jim has trained in the martial arts and studied the warrior ethos, vowing that the next time he is called upon to act in defense of the innocent he will not fail, and his honor will be restored.
His estranged younger brother Mark, a career Army officer commanding a base in Afghanistan, approaches the end of his military career and wonders if civilian life will provide him with the same sense of honor he has found in uniform.
In lawless Somalia, terrorist chieftain Yusuf Shalita, tired of endless jihad, has decided to defect. Armed with intelligence about an imminent and massive attack planned against the US homeland, he tells CIA he will turn himself over to the only American he has ever known who was an honorable man: his old college friend Jim Hayes. This condition will bring the Hayes brothers back together in a way they never would have imagined.
Jim Hayes' time is now.
Title: As Angels Weep
Author: L.W. Hewitt
Throughout occupied Europe common people gathered around their kitchen tables and plotted treason. It was a crime to save a life. For three little Jewish girls living in a Berlin orphanage the night they called "Broken Glass" began a terrifying ordeal - the beginning of the Holocaust.
As Angels Weep is based on the true story of the Kindertransport - the grass roots efforts of people all over occupied Europe to save the lives of its children. They were not just the rich and powerful, like Oscar Schindler. Sometimes they were small and powerless, but slipped through the cracks of the Nazi juggernaut to earn through pain and blood the final victory against tyranny.
The stories are based on compilations of true events even while the stories and the characters themselves are fiction. The French village of Le Chambon is very real. It was here where thousands of Jews simply disappeared like rain falling on the fields and woods, never to be discovered by the Gestapo. The loading dock at Rödermark and the home of German industrialist Herr Koenig in Amsterdam represent but a few of the places where people raised their fists against the bloodiest empire in human history, and won.
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Title: Policing America's Empire - Pax Americana
Author: Fred Dungan
Forty-five years ago I was drafted into the U.S. Army during my sophomore year at the University of California at Irvine, despite earning good grades. The draft board ruled that my Social Science major wasn't essential to the war effort. After completing Basic Training, I attended Military Police School at Fort Gordon, Georgia, for twelve weeks. Following graduation, I was sent to the 534th Military Police Company at Fort Clayton in the Panama Canal Zone. My duties were to eliminate communist insurgents infiltrating the border, maintain discipline, and enforce the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
This is a non-fiction account of my 18 month tour of duty. At 19 years old I was given almost unlimited authority. As long as the Provost Marshal judged my actions to be in the best interests of the U.S. Army, I could get away with murder.
I have PTSD. This book was my effort to dredge up incidents that were buried dep in my subconcious and restore my sanity. ... Click here to read the full description!
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