This book is a fantastic account of a terrifying event that very few know about. I was on the edge of my seat till the end … & I knew how it was going to end...

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This book is well written, telling a compelling story. Mmuch of it fascinating, especially where the author was radicalized, and time spent in Egyptian jail...

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Samuel Pepys (23 February, 1633 – 26 May, 1703) - An English diarist & politician. His diary, which he kept for decades, gives us a glimpse of 17th-century life...

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Like many other great stories Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury has a lot to say in between the lines as a cautionary tale which is still applicable....

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I’ve enjoyed the BRZRKR character, but the real strength of these comics is the supporting cast. After all, the main character is, frankly, not that interesting...

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Wilhelm Heinse (16 February, 1746 – 22 June, 1803) was a German author, novelist, and art critic who influenced many Romantics....

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This is one of the best historical fiction books I’ve read in a while, it revolves around a 23-year-old Caesar taking on a corrupt Roman Bureaucrat, in court...

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Most writers likely started writing because it was something they enjoyed, but it’s important to maintain other hobbies and passions outside of your writing...

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Frans Michael Franzén (9 February, 1772 – 14 August, 1847) born in Oulu, Sweden (now Finland) was a poet, clergyman, and educator...

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Woodrow Wilson, it seems to be, was the first modern President. A man who ran the office as a Prime Minister with reform-oriented goals. ...

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