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Mike posts on 1/7/2009 4:53:38 PM Coming in February 2009 *Buy NG1! Parts 1, 2, 3! *** Buy NG1! Parts 1, 2, 3!* "No matter how high of an IQ you might have or how fast you can text, you will be interested in reading the NG1 trilogy and might not be able to stop yourself from reading it twice! And the books don't have one word that I needed to look up in the dictionary for what it meant!" Einstein's ghost. "I like the booms in the books as well. As exciting as the first nuclear bomb and just as original!" "After reading the NG1 trilogy you are bound to wonder why you thought the battle scenes of star wars were so good, to wonder why you thought star gate was so interesting, to think all of the other sci-fi movies are dinosaurs!" Mike from Anaheim. "No where else can you get something written like this! The NG1 trilogy makes you think as much as if you read about some magic or all powerful force or of talking goblins, but none of that is in it!" "This NG1 trilogy has got adventure, political intrigue and the best battles ever written! The speech given by the battle hardened Governor, you just can tell it is coming from his heart, to his men who needed something right before their most important battle, brought a tear to my eye! What the lone Governor said in the face of his enemy, who were saying something much the opposite, changed my life forever! His words were the most important words, personally, to me, that I have ever read!" M. McCloskey Go to WWW.REDLEADBOOKS.COM and enter the RED LEAD BOOKSTORE or CALL 1-800-834-1803 and order the full NG1 trilogy at once for maximum reading pleasure! Order NG1 Part One, NG1 Part Two and NG1 Part Three Now! While they are Available! This is the only place where you can buy the NG1 trilogy and who knows how long they will be there! "You won't want to stop after reading NG1 Part One! NG1 Part One is good, but NG1 Part Two is even better with NG1 Part Three the best! You get your money's worth! Every penny!" Mike L. "It is NG1, but it should be NG!." "This is the trilogy book event of the 21st century! Nothing else comes close to being written like this! There are new weapons, new villains, new heroes and the most beautiful woman you would ever want to meet - Princess Malinda!" The red eyed computer from the end of the 21st century traveling back in time to give its so advanced that its starting to compete with the humans for supremacy testimony and yet wants to show it has good taste and sophistication as well. "Picture yourself hundreds of years into the future traveling all over our galaxy with the best views of all the battles with combatants trying vigorously to end each others' lives! It is like you are right there hovering over their shoulders as the troops yell and battle one another! You are right there almost walking with them as other interesting characters are on adventures! Who ever you are with you get to enjoy their most guarded secrets and thoughts! That's what this NG1 trilogy's got!" Online user name TH3_MLM. *Buy NG1! Parts 1, 2, 3! *** Buy NG1! Parts 1, 2, 3!*
Virginia posts on 11/21/2008 7:10:00 PM Books about the past - I highly recommend "The Far Travelor" by N.M.Brown who combines archaechael evidence with a personality - a woman named Grundig. It describes the migration of Danes & Vikings to Iceland, then Greenland, a remarkable feat for lovers of history.
myming posts on 10/20/2008 3:01:23 PM You'll never read another like this! "CALUMET CITY" Charlie Newton 2008



sislittle posts on 9/15/2008 7:32:01 AM I am looking for a book I read a couple of years ago. The setting was on a college campus and the main characters were involved in psychology class. The students met with a particular professor One person in this group of friends was pushed off of a cliff. I think the students were dealing with guilt in the book. I wanted to read more books by this author. The book may have been written by a female author.
Jessica Rifkin posts on 9/10/2008 12:25:54 AM I can't remember the title of a young adult book I read in the 1970's. Book was about young noble girl in Renaissance Italy (named Francesca?). After her family is murdered, she disguises herself as a boy and, accompanied by her servant, runs away to Florence. Still in her boy disguise, she apprentices herself to a famous painter (Titian?), and has some success as a painter. Her old suitor from the past eventually sees through her disguise and rescues her from a terrible marriage.
debbie murphy posts on 9/4/2008 3:39:55 PM am trying to recall a daniell steel book title. its about a leggy coltish young girl, a stepbrother named ram and some kind of military fiancee who of course gets injured,cant remember much else but have been trying to trace the book down for years. thanks
Derek posts on 9/3/2008 11:03:45 PM I am looking for the title of a book that is about a futuristic society that lives on a space ship and sends their children down to a planet as a rite of passage / survival test. Each child goes alone and after a certain amount of time on the planet is returned to the space ship and is considered an adult. I remember reading it as child in the early eighties but not the title or the author.
Susan posts on 8/31/2008 4:54:50 PM Many years ago I read a book that was set centuries ago about a young woman who got married and moved with her husband to the family estate/castle. Somehow he disappeared overnight and don't remember exactly what happened but the estate swithched owners over the years but somehow always connecting descendents of the young woman to ownership of the house. Its driving me crazy and would like to read this book again. Have no idea of author or publish date.
Shelley posts on 8/30/2008 6:29:13 PM YEARS ago, I read a book about a young women, who had a electronic device surgically implanted, to help control seizures. What she finds out, when she uses the device, she is trasported back in time. Eventually, she ends up wanting to back, more and more.But when the device fails to work, she goes to replace the small charge battries, but mistakenly, much higher volt batteries ar installed, sending her back in time for good ! Any thoughts are appreciated !
melinda posts on 8/29/2008 10:20:53 PM Im trying to find the title to a book I read along time ago its set in the like late 1800s early 1900s a group of people including a doctor look for a serial killer who jumps from roof top to roof top and kills women kind of like jack the ripper the book mentions back then when you didn't know what was wrong with people you put them in a mental institution i can't remember much more than that but it was very good
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