Books tagged: juvenal

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Prince Michael and The Dragon
Price: Free! Words: 22,680. Language: English. Published: July 27, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
A fierce dragon has appeared in the northwestern mountains destroying whole towns and reducing the people to poverty. By decree of the King of Heaven, only Prince Michael with the mighty sword Avenger can slay the dragon and save the land. However, Michael must accomplish this task with two companions he has yet to meet and must face many challenges before finding and battling the fierce dragon.
Prince John's Quest
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 33,070. Language: English. Published: July 31, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
The King of Heaven has commanded Prince John of El to find the Zahab Chokmah. Without any idea of what the Zahab Chokmah is, John sets out with three friends to find this elusive object. His quest soon takes a dangerous turn when the dreaded Warriors of the North kidnap him. John must survive captivity, disaster at sea, and betrayal to find the Zahab Chokmah and reunite with his friends.
Princess Mary and the Prophet
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 32,850. Language: English. Published: July 31, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Princess Mary’s father the King has suddenly disappeared. After an exhaustive search produces no results Mary goes to her oldest friend, the prophet, Daniel Hanabi. Together they search heaven and Earth, all the while dispensing justice, healing the land, touching individual lives and renewing a long lost relationship. The result of the search is more than finding the king, Mary finds herself.
The Satires of Juvenal
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 41,510. Language: English. Published: December 21, 2012 by Amolibros. Categories: Fiction » Classics
Richard George’s dynamic new translation is a Juvenal for the twenty-first century, and also reconnects him to the Iambic tradition of English verse, the medium of John Dryden and Alexander Pope. It can be read alongside any other Juvenal translation or commentary, by students or by those who have never read a classical author.