He is Guts, the Black Swordsman, a warrior of legendary prowess — relent, fear, merci. As cold and brutal as the iron of the massive sword he wields. Bent on revenge against the unholy forces that have branded him for sacrifice, but especially on Griffith, one of the demon lords of the Godhand. But Griffith was once a man, the leader of the Hawks, a renowned cadre of elite fighters with a young Guts as its fiercest champion. Though forged in a crucible of cruelty and violence, nothing could prepare Guts for a confrontation with Nosferatu Zodd, a superhuman beast who slaughters Guts’ comrades as easily as a scythe cuts wheat. Even Guts and Griffith are no match for the abomination’s power...but something Griffith wears around his neck may well be!
Alexander Voloshenko also known as Sasha is a son of a Russian crime-lord yet despite all odds he falls in love with a gay cop called Dylan Cane.
Sadly, their relationship is short-lived and with his last breaths he asks his lover to find his his twin brother and free him. The only problem is, Dylan Cane had no idea Alex even had a brother, let alone where he might be!
Once in a generation a novelist captures the essence of a time and a place. In this richly textured and astounding novel, Michael Peterson has written the classic story of Vietnam that is "compelling . . .
A routine flight becomes a real life nightmare when a strange man boards flight 444. As the flight makes its way into a violent storm, the crew realise that the passenger in seat 6A is more than just a mere man, and must do whatever it takes to stop the supernatural being whilst at the same time ensuring that the passengers remain both safe and unaware of the danger that they are in for long enough to land the plane safely.
While teaching an online class on how to pick up women, Guru Stan picks the wrong target. His pick-up, Raven, is a woman who has discovered a plot to remove surplus humans from the planet in order to pave the way for an automated society. Stan and Raven find themselves the only people who can save the 99.9% of humanity deemed surplus to the new society. To survive, Stan must use all the skills he has learned as a pick-up artist as well as confront the personal demons that shaped his life. The events in this book are an extension of our current world, with technological advances and a more sophisticated approach to the destruction of humanity in favor of the corporate world's ultimate quest for efficiency. In the end Stan finds himself as the unlikely hero, tasked with standing up for the worth, the dignity, and the basic rights of all mankind.