In 1940 Edmund Wilson was the undisputed big dog of American letters. Vladimir Nabokov was a near-penniless Russian exile seeking asylum in the States. Wilson became a mentor to Nabokov, introducing him to every editor of note, assigning to him book reviews for the New Republic, engineering a Guggenheim. Their intimate friendship blossomed over a shared interest in all things Russian, ruffled a bit by political disagreements. But then came Lolita, and suddenly Nabokov was the big (and very rich) dog.
Tall Tales and Short Stories is a hilarious collection of Mark Twain's lesser known works that will have you chuckling long after you've finished the book. Rediscover one of America's greatest humorists and get your funny on!
"Several Mark Twain Short Works, Well Delivered"
Baric is one of the famous Rangers of Laerean, a group dedicated to protecting the people of the Lands of Hir. Assigned to a task with a beautiful and exotic Vaar'da assassin called Whisper, Baric promises to help her solve the mystery of her recurring nightmares that are eating away at her soul and filling her heart with fear and despair. The quest becomes more complicated when those nightmares lead them to an artifact of unbelievable power that threatens the entire world they live in.
This audiobook is for all paranormal investigators everywhere. This is also for all Wiccans, and all Pagans in general. Here's your book to combat all those nay sayers and Bible thumpers, who constantly say that were conjuring demons and that were devil worshipers. This is the book that spreads the truth about the false origins of the Bible itself and the fear that organized religion that has held mankind in fear and blind obedience.