Eckxio, an exiled elf, journeys to a mountain in hopes of gaining an ability that all elves are born with. Since his childhood, Eckxio was unable to cast magic and relies on his magic sword and shield to survive. He hopes to find the legendary fairy king in the mountain and believes that the holy entity will grant him incredible magical powers. Eckxio desperately fights obstacles that cross his path as his faith fades away.
The Adventurous Big Bold Bear is an ideal story for children. It's interesting and didactic; your loved ones will fall in love at first words. It teaches children the importance of cordial relationships and the art of showing love to both humans and animals. The magical voiceover by Mr. Sam Burns shall win your child's heart.
"ENJOYED READING THIS BOOK TO CHILDREN !"
In a desolate desert, members of an isolated agricultural station discover a stranger, dehydrated, delirious, and near death from exposure. His weak frame is thin, desiccated. His blistered flesh is wooden, and in his madness a faint, raspy chant slips from his near lipless mouth: "So many, not enough. So many, not enough."
Lives, loves, and loyalties must battle for survival in our fictional story that commences around the time of the potato famine in 1845. Two baby boys are born in a local doctor's house at around the same time of day. One is the son of the lady of the manor, the other is the son of a young Irish peasant woman whose husband works for the lord of the manor.
After his disobedient return from Ireland, the Earl of Essex was kept in house arrest, first in York House, then in his own palace, Essex House. He thought this punishment was extended by his enemies at court and plotted to rid Whitehall of those men. This play presents his imprisonment and subsequent plots pursued in London.
James Burbage, the founder of the Lord Chamberlain's Men, Shakespeare's acting company, is countered by Lady Elizabeth Russell in this play when he pursues the construction of a theatre inside the former Blackfriars' monastery in London. This historical drama maintains the classical form of tragedy in English with seven scenes of dialogue and seven choral performances.
"...Sophie's instincts were on fire. She knew she had been wrong but his violent temperament made her heart pound..." A teenage girl finds out she is not of this world - and is being hunted down.