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Forbidden Fruit By Anonymous

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Literary scholar, professor, and poet J. Lesslie Hall is best known for his 1897 translation of the Old English epic poem "Beowulf.­" The famous plot focuses on the titular character of Beowulf, a Scandinavian hero who comes to the aid of the Danes to save their land from a human-­demon monster named Grendel. After defeating Grendel, Beowulf must then kill Grendel's mother. He returns to Scandinavia with more fame and accord and eventually becomes king. Then fifty years later, a dragon attacks his kingdom, and the hero must fight once again to defend his title and his honor. What makes "Beowulf" a lasting classic is its depiction of the Norse traditions and culture. The people have strong connections inherent within a kinship society; if someone was killed, it was the family's duty to exact justice or receive payment for the death. "Beowulf "also shows an interesting dichotomy between the Norse pagan religion of when the story is set paired with the monotheistic Christian . . .

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Series : Book 4 of "Bourbon Kid"
Believing the Bourbon Kid to be dead, the Egyptian Mummy Rameses Gaius has formed an undead army to take over the city of Santa Mondega. Vampires and werewolves are swarming the streets killing thousands of innocents. The local cops have all been murdered and replaced by…. Sanchez the bartender and his new sidekick Flake. As the skies darken over the city, JD and his childhood sweetheart Beth plan to leave the city to start a new life. But when Jessica the Vampire Queen gets her hands on Beth it sends JD to Hell. And back…. as the Bourbon Kid. Featuring returning characters Dante and Kacy and a few other surprise guests, this new addition to the international bestselling series is crazier and more bloodthirsty than ever.­The Book of Death is the fourth Bourbon Kid novel, following on from The Book With No Name, The Eye of the Moon and The Devil's Graveyard

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