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A humorous, satirical look at Trump, the American political system, and the state of the world when set against the backdrop of nuclear apocalypse. Yet strangely, apolitical. Did you vote?
The second book of a trilogy, Aussie Knowhow enters the world of believable science fiction and joins modern day and ancient magic practices to solve past catastrophes.
Autism: Thomas in the Microwave and Other Stories is an eye-opening account that seeks to enlighten readers on the struggles and rewards of having to live with a child or younger relative diagnosed with autism.
Khen F. Chu's Master of All Masters: The Central Kingdom is written from the perspective of how the Chinese view the world of martial arts.
Do you believe in the power of the word? Gleaned from his personal experiences, Robert Gesmundo shares a collection of inspirational and humorous quotes and phrases to make your day.
Eight-year-old Owen has a red, magic backpack filled with useful excuses to get him out of sticky situations. But what happens when Owen loses his magic backpack?
Sovereign Confinement teaches us how God, through different things, people and circumstances, can mold and shape us to be the vessel He needs to reach the world, to be instrumental in saving souls and nations.
Shades of scandal move this arresting new novel of knighthood and politics. The Cracked Chessboard is the literary soapbox where Elizabeth Emberton gives a witty, praiseworthy drama of the (in)human factor affecting a hero-hungry nation's highest honours.