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Shiver (The Wolves of Mercy Falls)

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Author: 
Maggie Stiefvater
Published date: 
01/2014
Language: 
ENGLISH
Price: 
RM15
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-
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Book Description: 

For years, Grace has watched the wolves in the woods behind her house. One yellow-eyed wolf—her wolf—is a chilling presence she can't seem to live without. Meanwhile, Sam has lived two lives: In winter, the frozen woods, the protection of the pack, and the silent company of a fearless girl. In summer, a few precious months of being human… until the cold makes him shift back again. Now, Grace meets a yellow-eyed boy whose familiarity takes her breath away. It's her wolf. It has to be. But as winter nears, Sam must fight to stay human—or risk losing himself, and Grace, forever.

Location: 
SEREMBAN NEGERI SEMBILAN
Status: 
Open

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Author: 
Michael Crichton
Published date: 
01/2007
Language: 
English
Price: 
RM5.00
Actual price: 
RM34.50
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Contact details: 
mmchong@gmail.com
Status: 
Open

The Forest House

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Author: 
Marion Zimmer Bradley
Published date: 
01/2011
Language: 
English
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RM5
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Marion Zimmer Bradley's "The Forest House" is a prequel to her bestselling Arthurian novel, "The Mists of Avalon." Both novels revolve around the goddess religion in early Britain. "The Forest House," set in 1st century Roman ruled Britannia, is the home of Druidic priestesses who keep the ancient rites of learning, healing, and magic lore. Ms. Bradley writes of the Roman conquest of Celtic Britain and the political and religious implications of the occupation. Roman rule also impacted the role of women in Britain. Goddess worship, women's freedom and power waned under the Romans. This novel gives the author's historical version of Avalon and the Lady of the Lake. --->amazon.com Hardcover book.

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ameerah1984@gmail.com
Location: 
Klang Valley
Status: 
Open

Mad Merlin

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Author: 
J. Robert King
Published date: 
01/2000
Language: 
English
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RM5
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Mad Merlin by J. Robert King is yet another take on the King Arthur legends of early Britain. Sometimes it seems that Arthurian pastiches are a dime a dozen, but King does a wonderful job of mixing the legends with other mythologies, creating a taut tale of magic, intrigue, violence and royalty that will take your breath away.

The time of the Romans is over. The Christian religion has made serious inroads into other pantheons, affecting people’s beliefs. Ulfius, formerly servant of the Romans and now Uther Pendragon’s man, is sent on a mission to find mad Merlin. Uther wants Merlin to help him take a castle that he has under siege, kill the lord and take the woman for himself. But when Merlin is finally found, he sees that nothing but doom awaits if he does this. So he devises a plan so that Uther may take the form of the lord of the castle and sneak in to lay with his love once again.
Info from http://www.curledup.com/madmerl.htm
Hardcover.

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ameerah1984@gmail.com
Location: 
Klang Valley
Status: 
Open

Wizard and Glass (The Dark Tower IV)

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Author: 
Stephen King
Published date: 
01/1997
Language: 
English
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RM3
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The novel begins where The Waste Lands ended. After Jake, Eddie, Susannah and Roland fruitlessly riddle Blaine the Mono for several hours, Eddie defeats the mad computer by telling childish jokes. Blaine is unable to handle Eddie's "illogical" riddles, and short-circuits.

The four gunslingers and Oy the billy-bumbler disembark at the Topeka railway station, which to their surprise is located in the Topeka, Kansas, of the 1980s. The city is deserted, as this version of the world has been depopulated by the influenza of King's novel The Stand. Links between these books also include the following reference to The Walkin' Dude from The Stand on page 95, "Someone had spray-painted over both signs marking the ramp's ascending curve. On the one reading St. Louis 215, someone had slashed watch out for the walking dude."(King, 2003, pg 95) among others. The world also has some other minor differences with the one (or more) known to Eddie, Jake and Susannah, for instance, the Kansas City baseball team is the Monarchs (as opposed to the Royals), and Nozz-A-La is a popular soft drink.

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ameerah1984@gmail.com
Location: 
Klang Valley
Status: 
Open

The Drawing of the Three (The Dark Tower II)

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Author: 
Stephen King
Published date: 
01/1990
Language: 
English
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RM3
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The book begins less than seven hours after the end of The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger after The Man in Black has described The Gunslinger's fate using tarot cards. Roland wakes up on a beach, where he is suddenly attacked by a strange, lobster-like creature, which he dubs a "lobstrosity." He kills the creature but not before losing the index and middle finger of his right hand, and most of his right big toe; his untreated wounds soon become infected. Feverish and losing strength, Roland continues to trek north along the beach, where he eventually encounters three doors. Each door opens onto New York City at different periods in time (1987, 1964 and 1977, respectively) and, as Roland passes through these doors, he brings back the companions who will join him on his quest to the Dark Tower.---->wikipedia

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ameerah1984@gmail.com
Location: 
Klang Valley
Status: 
Open

The Green Mile (Complete Serial)

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Author: 
Stephen King
Published date: 
01/1999
Language: 
English
Price: 
RM3
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A first-person narrative told by Paul Edgecombe, the novel switches between Paul as an old man in the Georgia Pines nursing home sharing his story with fellow resident Elaine Connelly in 1996, and his time in 1932 as the block supervisor of the Cold Mountain Penitentiary death row, nicknamed "The Green Mile" for the color of its floor. This year marks the arrival of John Coffey, a 6'8" black man who has been convicted of raping and murdering two small white girls. During his time on the Mile, John interacts with fellow prisoners Eduard "Del" Delacroix, a Cajun arsonist, rapist, and murderer, and William Wharton ("Billy the Kid" to himself, "Wild Bill" to the guards), a wild-acting and dangerous multiple murderer who is determined to make as much trouble as he can before he is executed. Other inhabitants include Arlen Bitterbuck, a Native American convicted of killing a man in a fight over a pair of boots (also the first character to die in the electric chair); Arthur Flanders, a real estate executive who killed his father to perpetrate insurance fraud, and whose sentence is eventually commuted to life imprisonment; and Mr. Jingles, a mouse, whom Del teaches various tricks.--->wikipedia

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ameerah1984@gmail.com
Location: 
Klang valley
Status: 
Open
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