Two abandoned children make their home in a castle - which turns out to be haunted by the Duke of Wellington! The ghost is a particularly determined spook who helps them hide from the castle's caretaker. But when developers want to turn their home into a spa, everyone who loves the castle must band together to save the day. Comic ghostly fun for newly confident readers aged 8+ and those looking for a fast, fun read.
For fourteen years the kingdom of Agramon has suffered under the despotic rule of one evil man, a sorcerer who hides away on a death-plagued island and controls the people with an undead army. A prophecy tells of twins children of the former king and queen who will lead the people to freedom and spell the end of the tyranny. Jonah and Isabelle Gomez are twins who have heard those stories but assumed they were meant to stay in their hometown and live out ordinary, mundane lives. Now, on their fourteenth birthday, they discover the prophecies refer to them; they must travel to the capital of Balaban to reclaim their rightful thrones. With the assistance of Nathan, the greatest swordsman in the kingdom, and Alit, a fierce warrior woman from a foreign land, these teenagers risk their lives confronting vicious soldiers and ruthless kidnappers as they come face-to-face with their destinies. Even worse, the twins must deal with the incredible weight of those crowns as they begin to see just how much power, responsibility, and danger come with being the rulers of Agramon.
More than half of the human race is dead because of the nuclear explosions in World War Three. Pain, death, and hopelessness rule the world and crush the people left to scramble for survival. These survivors pray for an end to their suffering. Finally, their prayers are answered. Rising amid the chaos and destruction are the immortal twins, taught to survive and trained for one purpose. Three thousand years of life has taught them how to end the suffering, how to bring hope back to the world. To end the suffering, they must fight against one of their own. A tyrant who wants to rule the city with an iron fist, oppressing the people further and leaving them with no hope. The twins begin the fight alongside others like themselves so they can bring peace to the war-ravaged world. The battle they begin is one that forces them to face hardships they have never seen before in their long lives. This very battle could rip them apart at the seams. Can they restore peace to a world destroyed by its own people, or will they lose each other forever
Cowboy Daddy Shauntelle Dexter’s twin girls think they’ve found their perfect new dad in cowboy Noah Cosgrove. But how could she ever be interested in the man her family believes responsible for her brother’s death? Besides, while she’s putting down roots in Cedar Ridge, the big-city contractor will soon be hitting the highway straight out of town—until he’s roped into building Shauntelle’s dream restaurant. Working beside her reopens old wounds Noah would rather forget. But he doesn’t know real trouble until his mother and the twins join forces. One wily matchmaker, two precocious little girls and one beautiful woman may be more than a reluctant cowboy can resist.
The national bestselling author of And Then There Were Nuns takes readers back to South Bass Island on Lake Erie, where a pair of ambitious twins are causing double trouble for the League of Literary Ladies. The League of Literary Ladies is currently enjoying Margaret Mitchell’s saga of the South, Gone with the Wind. But there’s one situation on South Bass Island that they wish would simply blow over. Kidnapped as teenagers, the children of a famous movie star are now media darlings after a miraculous escape. What’s next for the celebrity twins? They’re opening an over-the-top B and B called Tara on South Bass Island, and frankly, they don’t give a damn about the competition—including Bea Cartwright’s own beloved inn. The other members of the League—Chandra, Kate, and Luella—are turning scarlet. But when local realtor Vivian Frisk is found murdered, and the suspects include Chandra, who lost her beau to the frisky Vivian, the Ladies rally to her defense. They may have to skim a few chapters of the Civil War soap opera and focus on bringing justice to the island they call home... From the Paperback edition.
When their new friend presents them with a gift of their very own roller coaster in their backyard, Jessica and Elizabeth invite all their friends over for rides, but things get out of hand when the entire school shows up. Original.
This is perhaps the world's first war book in which the author has not used the word `enemy' anywhere in the text and he has his own reasons for this. The two combatant countries India and Pakistan whose war events are subject matter of this work, should never be enemy of each other because they are not only the brothers but also the twins born at the same time and are inseparably linked by the geography of the sub-continent.
“Saul Diskin’s extraordinary memoir is rich with unique and wonderful intimacy—the intimacy of twinship. For me this made that closest of bonds come alive in a way no other book I’ve read has succeeded in doing. Diskin makes one feel like a twin, see the world through a twin’s eyes, suffer with him in a way that is at times almost unbearably close and poignant. One becomes immersed in the life and death struggle. The medical detail is wonderfully well-done, as are all the relationships. The peculiar and overwhelming nature of twinship is brought out in a way that’s both uncannily spirited and wholly down-to-earth; completely unsentimental. The reader participates at every point and on every page in an intimacy that he knows only death can end.” —JOHN BAYLEY, author of Elegy for Iris " have captured the essence of the twin relationship more eloquently than anyone else I have ever read." Nancy Segal, author of Entwined Lives, Indivisible by Two and Someone Else's Twin. “What is it like to lose your mirror-image, your other half, your secret sharer? The End of the Twins is an arresting memoir that evokes the mysteries of twinship and the irrevocability of loss.” —ERICA JONG, author of Fear of Flying and Becoming Light “A moving account of a unique bereavement from which we can all learn about love and loss.” —HAROLD S. KUSHNER, author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People
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'Outstandingly good. Part-thriller, part-love story, I guarantee you will not be able to put it down' Sun The Richard and Judy Bestseller. They were identical in every way Until the unthinkable tore them apart Isolte and Viola are twins. Inseparable as children, they've grown into very different adults: Isolte, a successful features writer for a fashion magazine with a photographer boyfriend and a flat in London, and Viola, desperately unhappy and struggling with a lifelong eating disorder. What happened all those years ago to set the twins on such different paths to adulthood? As both women start to unravel the escalating tragedies of a half-remembered summer, terrifying secrets from the past come rushing back - and threaten to overwhelm their adult lives... 'Convincing and compelling . . . building tension that resonates even after the novel ends' Stylist 'This book got its hooks into us and wouldn't let go. Hypnotic, with real emotional punch' Star 'Gripping' Marie Claire 'Stunning in its insight and beautifully written' Judy Finnigan 'Touching and extremely readable' Sunday Mirror
He’s falling for his clients’ legal guardian… But can business and love ever mix? Signing a young sister and brother to his new talent agency could be a great move for Adam Wilding, especially when he meets their legal guardian. Cassie Bryant’s first priority is her niece’s and nephew’s welfare. But she herself remains a mystery. Can Adam convince this prickly, stubborn, utterly appealing woman they’re not as different as she thinks?
SUDDENLY…DADDY! Seemed sought-after bachelor Graham Knight was suddenly squiring two rambunctious tots around town—and looking somewhat more approachable. How could Holly Beaumont resist the chance to get close to the elusive, irresistible Graham—especially when he looked so adorably rumpled with his twins in tow! Graham was shocked when he discovered he'd fathered twins three years ago—then was overwhelmed by his new daddy status. Now he watched in awe as warmhearted Holly turned his two tiny terrors into precious darlings. Just what was a man who'd sworn off marriage to do when faced with two kids—and the one woman who could make him say "I do"?
In 1838 Hugo began a play entitled Les Jumeaux (The Twins), but halfway through the third act he relinquished it, and the drama remained unfinished. It was finally published in 1889, as a fragment, after his death. The MS. was broken off with the words, "Interrompu le 28 Aout par la maladie "; and the illness was no doubt that weakness of the eyes by which Hugo for several years was troubled.
Two teenagers about to become full-fledged Police Cadets rescue twins lost in a rainstorm and mudslides and perform other helpful deeds too.
“The satire is so gentle, the philosophy so devoid of bitterness, the whole story so charmingly poetical, that it is a joy to read it.” —The Literary Digest, 1922 “It is a good deal more than classical; it is human through and through.” —The Outlook, 1922

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