A Strange and Mystifying Story, Vol. 2 (Yaoi Manga)

Author: Tsuta Suzuki

Publisher: VIZ Media LLC

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Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

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Now that Akio Yamane’s guardian deity has cured him of an illness caused by a family curse, it’s time for him to come to terms with this new furry roommate he’s named Setsu. Although their relationship got off to a rocky start, is it possible what he’s feeling now is the first stirrings of love? -- VIZ Media

A Strange and Mystifying Story Volume 3 (Yaoi)

Author: Tsuta Suzuki

Publisher: Digital Manga Pub

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Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 200

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With the ever-looming family curse that has made him the last of his family line, Akio has come to count on his beloved Setsu, the family''s outcast demon guardian, to keep him safe. Love has blossomed between the pair, but fate still has more in store for them than a peaceful co-existence. Volume 3 of the popular forbidden love story between a therianthrope and his beloved master is here at last!

Phenomenal Stories Quarterly, Vol. 2, No. 1, Spring 2019

Author: Shawn M. Tomlinson

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Category: Fiction

Page: 490

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We press on with the second volume of Phenomenal Stories Quarterly, a collection of the first three issues of Phenomenal Stories for 2019. As a special bonus, there's a new piece titled ?From the Desk of? GEOD? not found in any issue of Phenomenal Stories. Phenomenal Stories Quarterly is a companion magazine to Phenomenal Stories in the tradition of the science fiction/fantasy/horror pulps of the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. It's also a somewhat cheaper means to get all the issues together. This issue contains stories by Richard H. Nilsen, Haldor R. Hallum, J.D. Hayes-Canell, Bridget Flynn-O?Leary, Henry Martin and a classic reprint by Frank Belknap Long Jr. Phenomenal Stories Quarterly is a modern-day tribute to the science fiction/horror/fantasy/speculative pulp magazines of the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s.

Goblin Slayer Side Story: Year One, Vol. 2 (light novel)

Author: Kumo Kagyu

Publisher: Yen Press LLC

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Category: Fiction

Page: 192

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The die is cast. During one of his usual raids, the young man who has come to be known as Goblin Slayer discovers a ring that glows with a mysterious, fiery light. In is quest to identify it, he's introduced to Arc Mage, an eccentric wizard who lives on the edge of town. She enlists Goblin Slayer's help in revising the Monster Manual, a task the Guild has entrusted to her. It just so happens that the article she's been assigned to write is about...goblins.Arc Mage and the young Goblin Slayer's ongoing research takes them to the ends of the earth, where they eventually reach an ominous, dark tower... It'll take some teamwork to get all the way to the top!

Crime Files 2015: Volume 2 (A Free Sampler)

Author: Crime Files

Publisher: Hachette UK

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Category: Fiction

Page: 192

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Do you dare open the Crime Files? Can you handle a forensic examination of some of the best authors being published today? In this, the second of two ebook samplers from the Crime Files team to be published this year, you will find exclusive opening chapters from some of the very best crime and thriller authors from Headline, Quercus and Hodder publishing between July and December 2015. If you love reading chilling psychological suspense, action-packed thrillers or cutting-edge crime, this is for you. Featuring exclusive first chapters from the following authors: Lucy Atkins, Martina Cole, Jessica Cornwell, Lindsey Davis, Lisa Gardner, Sophie Hannah, Vaseem Khan, Stieg Larsson, J.S. Law, Claire McGowan, Karen Rose, William Shaw and S D Sykes.

Science and Civilisation in China: Volume 5, Chemistry and Chemical Technology, Part 5, Spagyrical Discovery and Invention: Physiological Alchemy

Author: Joseph Needham

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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Category: Science

Page: 608

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The fifth volume of Dr Needham's immense undertaking, like the fourth, is subdivided into parts for ease of assimilation and presentation, each part bound and published separately. The volume as a whole covers the subjects of alchemy, early chemistry, and chemical technology (which includes military invention, especially gunpowder and rockets; paper and printing; textiles; mining and metallurgy; the salt industry; and ceramics).