The Book of Wonder
by Lord Dunsany
Publisher: Project Gutenberg 2005
The Book of Wonder is Dunsany at his peak of his talent. The stories here are a lush tapestry of language, conjuring images of people, places, and things which cannot possibly exist, yet somehow ring true. They are, in short, full of wonder.
Home page url
Download or read it online for free here:
by Stephen L. Nowland - Smashwords
For Aiden Wainwright, a trip to a nearby town was supposed to be an opportunity for continuing his research into the arcane. But dire circumstances see the town gates closed for weeks, and he sets out to deal with the rapidly escalating situation...
by James De Mille - Harper & Brothers
A masterpiece on society and culture. The yachtsmen found the manuscript afloat at sea in a corroded copper cylinder. The manuscript itself told an incredible tale -- a tale of strange adventures in a place beyond contemporary imagination...
by Obsidian Eagle - obsidianeagle.com
The book for lovers of fantasy fiction, Hindu philosophy and progressive spirituality. On the surface it appears as a romantic flight of fancy, but being influenced by many different Hindu scriptures, it promises a grand tour of the Indic cosmos.
by Rachel Starr Thomson - Smashwords
Maggie Sheffield just wants to leave the past behind. When a dying friend shows up on her doorstep bearing the truth about the Seventh World -- in the form of a written covenant with evil -- Maggie is sent on a journey that will change her forever.