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Monday, October 5, 2009

See what’ll happen if we let ’em vote?!

Ebook update. The Revolt of Man by Walter Besant – Written in 1882, The Revolt of Man takes place in a future England (much like Victorian England) after the Great Transition; a new religion has been founded, the monarchy abolished, and women rule over men. But this unnatural order cannot last and finally the men, led by the rightful heir to the throne, revolt! That’s why it’s called The Revolt of Man.

The timing of this addition to the Mala Fide eLibrary has got nothing to do with birthing, truthing, or death panels. Nothing at all.

"It is because the natural order has been reversed; the sex which should command and create is compelled to work in blind obedience."

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Monday, July 6, 2009


Ebook update. OF MARS!, the first five of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Barsoom novels; A Princess of Mars, The Gods of Mars, The Warlord of Mars, Thuvia, Maid of Mars, and The Chessmen of Mars.

"…she emerged and gave herself into the hands of the slave girl, who rubbed the body of her mistress…" Pardon me, I have to have a lie-down.

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Monday, April 6, 2009

And we’ve got mittens too!

Ebook update. Milo Hastings’ City of Endless Night.


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Monday, November 10, 2008

Smart chicks are HOT!

Ebook update. Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensiblity.

Well, they are…

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Monday, November 3, 2008

More of them wild ebooks

Richard Herley has made some of his works available online. I can only vouch for The Penal Colony. It suffers from a mild case of Twenty Minutes Into The Future and being British, but it’s a good read.

Heh, penal.

All the processes of production in the Village were interdependent and demanded a high degree of co-operation. At busy times the men growing fruit were excused other duties, and extra labour was drafted in to pick the crops. Every member of the Community had his own area of responsibility, yet the work was so well scheduled by Franks and Appleton that nothing ever seemed to be left undone. It was this aspect of life in the Village that Routledge found the most remarkable. He would not have believed it possible, least of all from a disparate bunch of convicts whose chief common trait had been an inability to function in mainland society.

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Monday, October 20, 2008

By Jingo!

A couple of new and insanely jingoistic ebooks, Captain Gardiner of the International Police and The World Peril of 1910. I’ve also added a brief review of my ebook device.

Take up the White Man’s burden–

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