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Book: Call Of The Morrigú by Christy Nicholas
Life isn't easy in 1798 Ireland. Rebellions are rising across the countryside, and the English can be cruel overlords. However, this brutality hasn't reached the country estate of Strokestown. Theodosia Latimer and her grandfather Reginald are on a mission to discover the past. They're determined to excavate some ancient mounds on the Strokestown estate. But when they discover an imprisoned [...]
 
Book: Recreant by Geffrey Kane
It has been three days since Father Jack McKenna killed himself; The world as Daniel knows it is about to change forever... As Father Daniel Whelan struggles to accept the untimely death of his friend and mentor he turns to the one person in his life he loves more than the old priest for comfort; Saoirse. But, the woman he can never give himself to has many dark desires and secrets of her own. [...]
 
Book: Curdled Dream a Novel by Rasheed Rambler
The book is interesting to read and it has a theme of a pagan tribe mercilessly converted into Islam in Pakistan besides flesh trade by well to do to earn extra buck and the hero of my novel, being an ethical man, tries to prevent the sinful activities, but he dies in the US without achieving his moral objectives in Pakistan.
 
Book: Witchopedia - An A to Z Book of Shadows by Naddya Foxfire
Naddya Foxfire, Wiccan High Priestess and founder of the Way of the Lady coven, brings you a uniquely-designed alphabetical Book of Shadows, including most everything the modern-day pagan might need to know in a handy reference. From basic introductory lessons to complex spells and rituals, all organized in an easy-to-use reference. From Actinolite to Zincite (both crystals), this book might be [...]
 
Book: Hath No Fury (The Lesson of Three) by Hal Rappaport
MAGIC AND DEMONS EXIST!! A BOY AND A GIRL FIGHT THEM AND FALL IN LOVE!! INTERESTED? WANT TO READ ABOUT THEM?? Immerse yourself in a world of real magic! Feel the heart-wrenching love story and the exciting battle with a demon that awaits you in Hath No Fury! Learn about real witchcraft and voodoo through the eyes of Mark and Amy as they grow up with it...and learn to use it! Unlike many other [...]
 
Book: The Night before Christmas by Hazel Hart
It's Christmastime. Wes Myers prays for Jesus to help him reconcile with his wife Betty, so he can keep her from teaching their children pagan beliefs. Wes's prayers are answered when Betty takes him back. But after a few good days, Wes loses his job. He reaches for the bottle first and the Bible second. On Christmas Eve, Wes hears Jesus speak to him again. The message is chilling.
 
Book: Blood Calls to Blood - The Story of Wyrd John by Chris Dahl
A tale of one man. His life went so far astray, that the only thing he had left was his beliefs. John grew up in a "house divided" between a Lutheran father and a mother who was a self-proclaimed "hedge-witch" with roots in the Old Ways of Pagan Europe. A series of dark and heartbreaking events in his life led him down a dark path. Though his darkest moments he reflects on his Pagan faith.
 
Book: Legacy of Luck (Druid's Brooch Series, #3) by Christy Nicholas
Irish Traveler Eamonn loves gambling, women, and drinking, not necessarily in that order. But he's entangled in a true mess when he falls for fiery redhead, Katie. When she's married to a Scottish Traveler, Eamonn travels to Scotland to find her, with the help of Katie's sister and cousin, and the magical brooch gifted by his father. Their quest takes them across the Irish Sea to the Isle of [...]
 
Book: Time Under Scorpio by Brian A. Kenny
this book is another collection of fine art/outsider art bound together as a series of interconnected images. the story is told with pictures. every sign of the zodiac corrisponds to a part of the body. scorpio represents sex organs. time (which in the book is represented by saturn) and scorpio (sex) are central parts of the story (the work is about sex,life, and the fact that time is running out [...]
 
Book: centripetal forces on the subconscious mind by Brian A. Kenny
i would call this a collection of interconnected images (ink and charcoal, other then isbn copyright and my email there are no words only pictures) with a very recognizable and original style. all the images have symbolic meanings, the trident representing the subconscious mind, many of the other representations use the tarot, astrology, ect...the imagery is mostly pagan (celtic and greek/roman) [...]
 
Book: Pagan Queen (Curse of the Lost Isle Book 2) by Vijaya Schartz
From history shrouded in myths, emerges a family of immortal Celtic Ladies, who roam the medieval world in search of salvation from a curse. For centuries, imbued with hereditary gifts, they hide their deadly secret... but if the Church ever suspects what they really are, they will be hunted, tortured, and burned at the stake. PAGAN QUEEN. 810 AD - Alba (Ancient Scotland) - Queen at last, [...]
 
Book: Stone Lord - The Legend Of King Arthur, The Era Of Stonehenge by J.P. Reedman
In Southern Britain, the Giants Dance stands alone on the Great Plain. For 500 years its massive trilithons have remained unruled by any chief. With invaders from distant lands attacking Britain's shores to steal its precious tin, another king must be chosen-this is the Quest of the Merlin, high priest and shaman. He brings together U'thyr Pendraec, the Terrible Head, and the beautiful Y'gerna, [...]
 
Book: Princess of Bretagne (Curse of the Lost Isle - Book One) by Vijaya Schartz
From history shrouded in myths, emerges a family of immortal Celtic Ladies, who roam the medieval world in search of salvation from a curse... but if the Church ever suspects what they really are, they will be hunted, tortured, and burned at the stake. As the Vikings raid the coast of Alba, Pressine of Bretagne sets out to seduce King Elinas of Dumfries, chosen by the Goddess to unite the tribes [...]
 
Book: The Book of Ruth - A Story of Love and Redemption by Deborah H. Bateman
The Book of Ruth: A Story of Love and Redemption is an Amazon Best Seller. It is written by Deborah H. Bateman, author of more than thirty books in the Daily Bible Reading Series. It is a Daily Bible Reading Study of the book of Ruth from the Old Testament of the Bible. The characters in "The Book of Ruth" deal with loss, lack, and romance. Through their many trials, they learn to lean on God and [...]
 
Book: Beloved Crusader by Vijaya Schartz
1096 AD - To redeem a Pagan curse, Palatina the Fae braves the Christian world to embark on an expedition to free the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem from the Turks. Pierre de Belfort, Christian Knight of Lorraine, swore never to let a woman rule his life, and doesn't believe in love. Thrown together into the turmoil of the First Crusade, on a sacred journey to a land of fables, they must learn to [...]
 
Book: Lady of Luxembourg (Curse of the Lost Isle Book 4) by Vijaya Schartz
978 AD Melusine the Fae, immortal and cursed Lady of Luxembourg, managed to hide her Pagan nature from mortals for many years. She fiercely protects her handsome Count, Sigefroi, but in their princely bliss, neither of them seems to age, and a few suspicious bishops take notice. Then an ondine wreaks havoc during a battle, luring enemy soldiers into the river. Betrayed, Sigefroi reflects on his [...]
 
Book: Misfortune of Time - Druid's Brooch Series, 6 by Christy Nicholas
In 11th century Ireland, Etain must hide her pagan magic from her pious Christian priest husband, Airtre. She wants to escape his physical abuse, but she must stay to protect their grandson, Maelan. Over many lifetimes, she has learned how to endure her own pain, but Maelan is young and vulnerable. When Airtre's paranoia and jealousy spiral out of control, Etain has no choice but to escape in the [...]
 
Book: Damsel of the Hawk (Curse of the Lost Isle Book 7) by Vijaya Schartz
1204 AD - Meliora, the legendary damsel of Hawk Castle, grants gold and wishes on Mount Ararat, but must forever remain chaste. When Spartak, a Kipchak warrior gravely wounded in Constantinople, requests sanctuary, she breaks the rule to save his life. The fierce, warrior prince stirs in her forbidden passions. Captivated, Spartak will not bow to superstition. Despite tribal opposition, he wants [...]
 
Book: Chatelaine of Forez (Curse of the Lost Isle) by Vijaya Schartz
Afflicted by the ondine curse, Melusine seeks the soul of her lost beloved in the young Artaud of Forez, who reigns over the verdant hills south of Burgundy, on the road of pilgrims, troubadours and merchants. But this dark and brooding Pagan lord is not at all what she expected or even hoped. He knows nothing of their past love, her Fae nature, or her secret curse. Must Melusine seduce and [...]
 
Book: Longing for Home by Lisa M Wayman
Seventeen-year-old Irena clutches all of her belongings, waiting to be processed through Ellis Island in 1892. She hopes for a better life than she had as a Slovenian maid. "Life in America is difficult and unsettling," she thinks. "I had the sensation of disintegrating. I felt myself in little pieces. Was I Slovene, American or even maybe Irish? Catholic or Pagan? For a moment I wasn't sure even [...]
 
Book: Seducing Sigefroi (Curse of the Lost Isle Book 3) by Vijaya Schartz
Luxembourg - 963 AD - To offset the curse that makes her a serpent from the waist down one day each month, Melusine, exiled Princess of Strathclyde, must seduce and wed a mortal knight, the shrewd and ambitious Sigefroi of Ardennes. Sigefroi, son of the Duke of Lorraine, suspects Melusine is not what she appears, but her beauty, her rich dowry, and her sharp political skills serve his ambitions. [...]
 
Book: Broken Dove (D I Treloar Book 2) by LA Kent
In St Ives two young girls disappear from a holiday park swimming pool, while the early early arrivals begin reveling at Treloar's nearby May Day party. May Day has been celebrated since pagan times to welcome in the summer. In the wild countryside of west Cornwall, it is also the famed annual Treloar family party, being hosted for the first time by DI Felipe Treloar at his Lost Farm Barn home. [...]
 
Book: The Amber Treasure (Northern Crown) by Richard John Denning
597 A.D. Treachery in Dark Ages Northumbria. Cerdic is the nephew of a great warrior who died a hero of the Anglo-Saxon country of Deira. Growing up in a quiet village, he dreams of the glories of battle and of one day writing his name into the sagas. He experiences the true horrors of war, however, when his home is attacked, his sister kidnapped, his family betrayed and his uncle's legendary [...]
 
Book: Steel, Magick and Faith (Book 1 of The Remus Rothwyn Chronicles) by T.P. Grish
In the ancient and wild world of Glenryth, Fey creatures and a nascent humanity have come into conflict, the motives of each other mutually unfathomable and alien. Technological cults and Monotheistic religions are worshipped, any suspicion of pagan or Fey magickal taint is reviled. Prophets spread far and wide, offering hope and comfort to the beleaguered masses. Mankind is not totally separate [...]
 
Book: The Millennium Malevolence (Book 4) by Kyle Robertson
Conclusion of the four eBook series (Get the entire series under The Millennium Malevolence) In the 24th century, Adama Aruna was a history mentor who had been through a life changing suspenseful adventure. It began for her when she went out with her fellow lady mentors, Nanjiri and Alexis to Scallywags so the other two could meet men. Adama was unfortunately the only one to meet a guy, except [...]
 
Book: Debunking Misconceptions About Catholicism by JM Alvarez
In seeking knowledge, we use our minds, but in seeking the true meaning of our lives, we must use our hearts. There are many books that defend the Catholic faith but most are ineffective in conveying God's very simple message to the ordinary Catholic layman. Most members of the Catholic laity find catechisms complicated and hard to understand. Other Christian denominations are very aggressive in [...]
 
Book: Cultural Primitivism in the Poetry of W. B. Yeats by Walt Lamberg
Many readers of poetry who enjoy the work of William Butler Yeats know him primarily for his great poems written during the 20th Century, such poems as "No Second Troy," "The Mask," "On Being Asked for a War Poem," "The Second Coming," and "Leda and the Swan." This book focuses on his early poetry written during the 1880s and 1890s. One key idea is that readers of his later poems can enhance [...]
 
Book: The Bonfires of Beltane by Mark E. Fisher
It's what the clan has always done. Since before anyone can remember, Taran's celtic island people have sacrificed children to Crom Cruach, the dread sun god. Yet in his heart he knows it's wrong. An escaped slave told him that in distant Britain they worship the One True God, a God who loves. A God so unlike the capricious, evil spirits that darken the souls of his people. Now Taran's about to [...]
 
Book: Seismic Influences by Priscilla Audette
In Priscilla Audette's first novel, where stylistically Erica Jong meets Nora Roberts, the reader will join in a madcap romp through the early years of the sexual revolution. Told through the eyes of a nineteen-year-old woman Seismic Influences is the story of a journey from innocence to knowledge. It is a period piece taking place in the early 1970s, an era that pulsed with the resurgence of [...]
 


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