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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.

  • no roses for Sharon

    No Roses for Sharon


    Jabez and Sharon start off as childhood friends. As they grow up Sharon becomes a beautiful young lady with whom Jabez falls madly in love. Just when he decides to propose love to her, a much sought-after young doctor comes in to sweep her off her feet leaving Jabez shattered. No amount of pleading influences Sharon whose mind is made up as she sees in the young doctor her only door to fame and luxury.
    Jabez, seeing Sharon’s attraction to the doctor, decides to pursue a course in medicine solely to win her over. He goes to Canada to pursue his dream and Sharon’s marriage to the young doctor ends in disaster. She moves to the city to work as a model and enters into another ill-fated relationship. Frustrated, Sharon turns her attention back to Jabez, the man she is finally convinced will always be there for her.
    Jabez’ mother is determined her son will not marry Sharon, the gold digger, and finds a beautiful, soft-spoken undergraduate for him. Will Jabez forget entirely about his childhood sweetheart with whom he had shared the joys and pains of life or will he succumb to his mother’s pressure and the impeccable character and great beauty of his mother’s choice?

  • Oliver Twist


    For the next eight or ten months, Oliver was the victim of a systematic course of treachery and deception. He was brought up by hand. The hungry and destitute situation of the infant orphan was duly reported by the workhouse authorities to the parish authorities. The parish authorities inquired with dignity of the workhouse authorities, whether there was no female then domiciled in ‘the house’ who was in a situation to impart to Oliver Twist, the consolation and nourishment of which he stood in need. The workhouse authorities replied with humility, that there was not. Upon this, the parish authorities magnanimously and humanely resolved, that Oliver should be ‘farmed,’ or, in other words, that he should be dispatched to a branch-workhouse some three miles off, where twenty or thirty other juvenile offenders against the poor-laws, rolled about the floor all day, without the inconvenience of too much food or too much clothing, under the parental superintendence of an elderly female, who received the culprits at and for the consideration of sevenpence-halfpenny per small head per week. Sevenpence-halfpenny’s worth per week is a good round diet for a child; a great deal may be got for seven-pence-halfpenny, quite enough to overload its stomach and make it uncomfortable. The elderly female was a woman of wisdom and experience; she knew what was good for children, and she had a very accurate perception of what was good for herself. So, she appropriated the greater part of the weekly stipend to her own use and consigned the rising parochial generation to even a shorter allowance than was originally provided for them. Thereby finding in the lowest depth a deeper still, and proving herself a very great experimental philosopher.

  • Robinson Crusoe


    Sometimes considered to be the first novel in English, this book is a fictional autobiography of a castaway who spends 28 years on a remote tropical island near Venezuela.

  • The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

    The Adventures of Tom Sawyer


    “A young boy grows up in the antebellum South on the Mississippi River in the town of St. Petersberg, based on the town of Hannibal, Missouri.”

    to him seemed hollow, and existence but a burden. Sighing, he dipped his brush and passed it along the topmost plank; repeated the operation; did it again; compared the insignificant whitewashed streak with the far-reaching continent of unwhitewashed fence, and sat down on a tree-box discouraged. Jim came skipping out at the gate with a tin pail, and singing Buffalo Gals. Bringing water from the town pump had always been hateful work in Tom’s eyes, before, but now it did not strike him so. He remembered that there was company at the pump. White, mulatto, and negro boys and girls were always there waiting their turns, resting, trading playthings, quarrelling, fighting, skylarking.

  • The count of monte cristo

    The Count of Monte Cristo


    A classic adventure novel, often considered Dumas’ best work, and frequently included on lists of the best novels of all time. Completed in 1844, and released as an 18-part series over the next two years, Dumas collaborated with other authors throughout. The story takes place in France, Italy, and the Mediterranean from the end of the rule of Napoleon I through the reign of Louis-Philippe.

  • The-Frights-of-Fiji

    The Frights of Fiji


    A world of magic and adventure awaits…

    Sent to live with her strict, aloof, and uncaring uncle after her parents are killed in a car accident, twelve-year-old orphan Alyssa McCarthy longs for the life she used to have—one filled with fun and love. Then one stormy night, a message appears in the raindrops on the window that will change everything.

    “Your life will never be the same again, as magic will interfere.”

    Before long, Alyssa is kidnapped by Master Beau, a banished sorcerer with a mysterious connection to her who can only regain his power by weakening hers. Suddenly hurled into a world of wizardry filled with fantastical beasts and marvelous technology beyond her wildest imagination, Alyssa must defeat Master Beau if she ever wants to get home again. But Master Beau will stop at nothing, including using Alyssa’s friends, to ensure he is triumphant.

    Originally titled “From Frights to Flaws”, this story is the exciting and enchanting first book in the “Magical Missions” series.

  • The-ghost of serey Front cover

    The Ghost of Sarey Jane

    1. THE GHOST OF SAREY JANE is a 20th Century Romeo & Juliet tale with a touch of Macbeth and To Kill a Mockingbird.
      The time is 1916. Sarey Jane Munroe, an emotionally and physically abused young girl, lives on a farm in rural Tennessee in the United States. Her only escape is her friendship with Billy Puckett. There’s just one problem – their families have been feuding for generations.
      When Sarey’s father discovers their friendship, he vows to end it…at all costs. Their decision to run away sets in motion a string of consequences that resound for generations to come.
      If you enjoyed “Where the Crawdads Sing,” “Every Bone a Prayer” or novels by Carson McCullers, then you must read THE GHOST OF SAREY JANE.
  • The lady who refused to bow


    After many failed relationships, whether or not Sandra would marry is a hanging question.

    Joe, the only man who formally introduced himself to her parents, leaves Sandra for her junior colleague.

    But after she turns down a marriage offer from the president of a multinational company, her life changes forever.

  • The Mafia King & Me


    Zekhethelo is forced to leave Zweli’s house like she was forced into marrying him. When she hears that Zweli’s girlfriend is pregnant she files for divorce.

    But for some reason filing for divorce makes Zweli fight for their marriage. But will Zekhethelo take him back. And what about the baby? Will she accept another woman’s child as her own?

  • The Third Dream


    In a society where fixation was the order of the day, and fictions complement true stories, a recurring sickness of a young girl got acute, in the midst of both local and exotic medications. This book unfolds the drama, and fantasies like fear conquering moments on coaster roller situations. Could it actually be the additional ideas that is a tragedy, or escaping the TRADITION that is?

  • The Three Musketeers

    The Three Musketeers


    The adventures of a young man named d’Artagnan after he leaves home to become a guard of the musketeers. D’Artagnan is not one of the musketeers of the title; those are his friends Athos, Porthos, and Aramis.

  • Treasure Island

    Treasure Island


    A masterful tale of ”buccaneers and buried gold”. First published in the children’s magazine Young Folks, and considered a coming of age story, it is an adventure tale of superb atmosphere, character, and action, as well as a wry commentary on the ambiguity of morality—as seen in Long John Silver—unusual for children’s literature then and now. It is one of the most frequently dramatised of all novels, and its influence on popular lore about pirates can not be overestimated.

  • Utopia


    Henry VIII., the unconquered King of England, a prince adorned with all the virtues that become a great monarch, having some differences of no small consequence with Charles the most serene Prince of Castile, sent me into Flanders, as his ambassador, for treating and composing matters between them. I was colleague and companion to that incomparable man Cuthbert Tonstal, whom the King, with such universal applause, lately made Master of the Rolls; but of whom I will say nothing; not because I fear that the testimony of a friend will be suspected, but rather because he’s learning and virtues are too great for me to do them justice, and so well known, that they need not my commendations, unless I would, according to the proverb, ‘Show the sun with a lantern.’ Those that were appointed by the Prince to treat with us, met us at Bruges, according to the agreement; they were all worthy men. The Margrave of Bruges was their head, and the chief man among them; but he that was esteemed the wisest, and that spoke for the rest, was George Temse, the Provost of Casselsee: both art and nature had concurred to make him eloquent: he was very learned in the law; and, as he had a great capacity, so, by long practice in affairs, he was very dexterous at unraveling them. After we had several times met, without agreeing, they went to Brussels for some days, to know the Prince’s pleasure; and, since our business would admit it, I went to Antwerp. While I was there, among many that visited me, there was one that was more acceptable to me than any other, Peter Giles, born at Antwerp, who is a man of great honor, and of a good rank in his town, though less than he deserves; for I do not know if …

  • Wuthering Heights


    1801. I have just returned from a visit to my landlord the solitary neighbor that I shall be troubled with. This is certainly a beautiful country! In all England, I do not believe that I could have fixed on a situation so completely removed from the stir of society. A perfect misanthropist’s heaven: and Mr. Heathcliff and I are such a suitable pair to divide the desolation between us. A capital fellow! He little imagined how my heart warmed towards him when I beheld his black eyes withdraw so suspiciously under their brows, as I rode up, and when his fingers sheltered themselves, with a jealous resolution, still further in his waistcoat, as I announced my name.
    ‘Mr. Heathcliff?’ I said.
    A nod was the answer.
    ‘Mr. Lockwood, your new tenant, sir. I do myself the honor of calling as soon as possible after my arrival, to express the hope that I have not inconvenienced you by my perseverance in soliciting the occupation of Thrushcross Grange: I heard yesterday you had had some thoughts ‘
    ‘Thrushcross Grange is my own, sir,’ he interrupted, wincing. ‘I should not allow anyone to inconvenience me if I could hinder it walk in!’

  • Wuthering Heights


    Emily Brontë’s only novel, this tale portrays Catherine and Heathcliff, their all-encompassing love for one another, and how this unresolved passion eventually destroys them both, leading Heathcliff to shun and abuse society. First published in 1847 under the pseudonym Ellis Bell, Wuthering Heights is considered to be a classic of English literature.