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  • 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

    20,000 Leagues Under the Sea


    Sent to investigate mysterious encounters that are disrupting international shipping, Professor Aronnax, his servant Conseil, and disgruntled harpooner Ned Land are captured when their frigate is sunk during an encounter with the “monster.” The submarine Nautilus and its eccentric Captain Nemo afford the professor and his companions endless fascination and danger as they’re swept along on a yearlong undersea voyage.

  • A Tale of Two Cities


    Sidney Carton is almost the only case in which Dickens has drawn a hero on the true heroic scale, and his famous act of self-sacrifice is unmatched in fiction. The book must be ranked very high among the great tragedies in literature.

  • Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

    Adventures of Huckleberry Finn


    The drifting journey of Huck and his friend Jim, a runaway slave, down the Mississippi River on their raft may be one of the most enduring images of escape and freedom in all of American literature. Although the society it satirized was already history at the time of publication, the book was quite controversial, and has remained so to this day.

  • Ahafo Mmienu (Two Hunters)


    Two soldiers codenamed ‘Ahafo’ travel back in time to the past. Their mission: To protect early humanity from the deadly forces of a hostile alien race.

  • Alien Pets


    Life gets weird when you’re adopted by an alien. One million years in the future, young human Antaska and her psychic cat are adopted as pets by a gigantic alien. Traveling in outer space, she becomes telepathic in a world where that’s dangerous. Then she gets into a love triangle that’s even more dangerous. Her cat tries to tell Antaska what she’s doing wrong, but will she listen?

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    Adults who go through traumas sometimes exhibit disruptive behaviors of all kinds. What if the victim is a child?
    Meri experiences an excruciating trauma at the age of four. Her life takes a nosedive. In the next 12 years of her life, she unleashes vengeful terror on everyone around her. Her wickedness is so severe that instead of describing her as a troublemaker, everyone rather referred to her as Balayi (calamity). To her father Isa – a once respected Imam; she is the symbol of shame. Meri hates school for many reasons; from the teachers who insist on keeping her in school despite their clear show of hatred for her, the students who see her as a monster with no brains, to the school building that serves as a starvation camp. Meri badly wants to quit school. But the guilt of leaving Ayi, her only sister behind, holds her back.
    A ray of hope appears when Miss Fathia, a newly posted PE teacher announces at a closing assembly that a bronze medalist in an upcoming Inter-District Marathon competition stands the chance of winning a bicycle. As a chubby and almost fat girl, will Meri make it to the school’s athletics team? Will her long-held dream of quitting school ever come to fruition just by winning a bicycle as a parting gift for Ayi? Can athletics heal Meri of her traumatized past? Let’s dig in.

  • Beauty and the Beast


    True love blooms in this three-dimensional adaptation of a beloved fairy tale. Amazing paper structures and classically styled artwork lead readers through a magical tale. Magnificent pop-ups of a life-like Beast, a mysterious castle and a spectacular rose garden make this all-new pop-up masterpiece a must-have for your family’s library.

  • Dark Betrayal


    Brenna yearns to follow her brother to the states. Suddenly her dreams seem within her reach. But what happens when dreams turn to nightmares?

    Prequel novella to highly acclaimed romantic thriller novel, Dark Secrets.

    Praise for Dark Secrets:

    “A fantastic riveting read.” Russell James

    “Had me addicted from the first chapter and couldn’t put it down!” Lozzag

    “A fantastic debut novel. If you love a fast paced read that is both unpredictable and engrossing this book is for you.” Juicy Books​

    “Gripping, amazing, raunchy, nail biting thriller. Couldn’t put it down but didn’t want it to end.” Nat Worth

    “It was very well written and the story flowed in a manner that never left me bored and ever eager to turn the next page.”

    Synopsis of Dark Betrayal:
    Brenna Monaghan is unhappy with her life.
    He mother is emotionally abusive.
    Her stepfather gives her the creeps.
    Her beloved brother is on the other side of the world.
    She is amazed when she is singled out for a modelling opportunity and transported on a glittering path to fame and fortune.
    However, is everything really as it seems?

  • Fire Dove


    Inan Deluna – twenty-eight – was a humble woman, married with two children, Salmai 6, and Graegori 8. Her husband Brandt, 32, was on his way to becoming a very rich doctor. He was contracted to head a medical research team and they would be leaving soon. Inan was a stay-at-home mom, dedicated to her family and was looking forward to a change of scenery. One morning Brandt sits her down after she comes back from taking the children to school.

    “I’m not taking you with me. I’m in love with one of my interns and I’m taking her. The house is yours and whatever is left in the accounts.”
    “Okay, I hope she makes you happy.”
    “She does and we are expecting our first child.”
    “Well goodbye then.”

  • Footprints in Concrete


    Footprints in Concrete is a Christian based South African short story of a young boy and his mother in the apartheid era, who turned to crime due to his circumstances and pain.

  • God Is Missing


    A must read tragic fiction of a heroine founded on real-life issues, principles and concepts. Cascading a plot well woven with the twist of suspense so captivating right from the beginning as though one is spellbound to walk the tragic countryside path with her to the end.

  • God, were you pleased? (Memoir of a Zongo...


    God, were you pleased? (Memoir of a Zongo boy) Is a tragic political satire that stars Gaawa a rare genius, born to two outlaws and raised distinctly in Zongo, one of the backward slums of Bachola. Gaawa sees problem with everything around him – right from his own parents’ penury; the community’s staunch attachment to a religion whose god he believes only punishes the poor for the wrong of the rich; the system of education that only educates in order to subjugate; to everyone accepting mediocrity as faith. He questions everything including the existence of God. In fact his problem is with the entire 21st century civilization. No school could contain him.
    But little did Gaawa know that daring to bring change to the very philosophy that birthed society requires more than just vociferous arguments. His antagonists would be both nature and man. The true test of his beliefs comes when at the age of 15, he tragically loses both parents in a space of 3 months and wrongfully gets convicted of murder and sentenced to death two years after. Gaawa is just starting but it seems he is the kind of hero that is born dead.
    Is this the end of a genius who was notoriously raised to force change or his destiny transcends the prison walls? Let’s dig in!

  • Love & Determination


    She fell in love with a man she thought never noticed her, he was her boss and she a valued employee. He was always there to help, always had a kind word to offer, he gave solutions to her problems. She kept her feelings in check, she could never let anyone know she wanted him in the worst way and when he proposed marriage, she felt betrayed and hurt. To think he could stoop so low as to put a figure to her feelings.

    She had to say no but as life would have it… you can’t keep a secret forever and when two people have the same secret, it’s bound to some out at some point. How they deal with it, is never what they had planned but at the end of it all, all they had was their love and the determination to keep it.

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  • Mended Wings

    Mended Wings


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    Sepheo sa ka mona ke ngola lipale tse monate, tse ka hlabollang,
    tse rutang le ho hlokomelisa motho ka lintho tse ling tseo
    mohlomong a ka nahanang hore ha se li ‘nete. Ke motho ea ratang
    ho qoqela batho lipale tse monate, le ho liqapa, kebe ke li behe ka
    tsela eo motho a kekeng a batla ho tloha pelaka, ka Sesotho se
    monate se nang le tlotlo-ntsoe. Morero entse e le ho boloka puo
    ho isa molokong otlang.
    Buka ena ke ea lipale-khutšoe, tseo tsona li tšetseng litaba tsa
    lerato le tebileng, lithloriso tse bohloko-hloko, ho lahleheloa ke
    tšepo, mahlomola a bophelo, bohloko ba lefu, bohloko ba ho hloka
    batsoali, ho lahloa ke beng ka oena, le litaba tse ling tse monate
    tseo ‘mali aka thabelang ho li utloa ka leleme la Sesotho. Ho
    boetse hona le litaba tseo Basotho ba tummeng ka tsona tseo ha
    ngata ho sa buoeng ka tsona eleng boloi, lithokolosi le ho hlorisa
    batho ba boloi leho sebelisa liphoofolo le linonyana ho loea.