Books tagged: morris

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The Union: To The Brink
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 81,760. Language: English. Published: April 17, 2011 by Gambler Press. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
Joe Morris is a troubled commander home from a mission of first contact with the insectoid race, the Serty. Nyeta-Kiret is the lone witness to the fall of the mighty, tri-species Union. Both have histories littered with mistakes. This is their one chance at redemption. Coupled with a startling revelation about the Serty, they may be the only hope of survival for three worlds pushed to the brink!
Into the Everything
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 87,370. Language: English. Published: August 20, 2011 by Punkin House. Category: Fiction » Drama » American
-Twenty something Rey Ovitz moved to the city for one reason: To be a hero in a luke-warm world. Into the Everything is the story of a man trying to understand the tragedy and majesty of life, looking everywhere outside of himself to find what it means to be himself, and failing wildly.
The Road Less Travelled
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Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 247,910. Language: English. Published: February 21, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
This is the epic tale of a real-life journey that began by mistake way back last century in a quiet European backwater, spanning three continents in a largely unexpected fashion: a fifty-year walk. It includes triumphs, adventure, excitement and dissappointments, heart-rending losses, love, death, discovery, wonderment and hope. Retrace the journey as you too wander along The Road Less Travelled.
The Dragon In Me
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Price: $6.38 USD. Words: 54,780. Language: English. Published: May 28, 2013. Category: Fiction » Inspirational
A novel of triumph about an alienated teenager from an alcoholic home who turns to martial arts to find strength, joy and life's answers. Drawn from real-life experience of martial arts training for the development of mind, body and spirit, this tale is transformational but never preachy, thanks in large part to the author’s quest to let lessons slowly emerge as the story unfolds.