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    Red face E-book from Young Author Scheme

    Hi all,

    I have been enjoying reading a good e-book from Young Author Scheme. It is an interesting read with 2 minigames inside!

    Canine Messiah
    Written and illustrated by Isaac Ng

    Book synopsis: Gloss Atnuth is a boy filled with dreams, but it is a dream that is extremely difficult to grasp, and made so by his own incapable abilities and his parentís refusal. Nonetheless, he escapes. The mages of the land, however, do not accept lightly a disciple. Can he achieve what he deems possible? As the threads of fate bind together, can he realise his true strength?

    Meanwhile, the wolf, Thiombora, struggles to free himself from a bondage he feels unacceptable. His life feels empty and lost, how can he find salvation? The stage of life has opened ... the puppeteers of fate have begun their play...

    This book is from a series of books by young authors from Singapore schools. It is particularly suitable for teens and young adults, or anyone that enjoys writings from young authors.

    App features:
    - Each Ebook downloads as a self-contained app.
    - Host of gestures for convenient reading:
    - change font sizes instantly, just pinch/spread fingers across screen;
    - tap to dogear page to bookmark.
    - Brightness control.
    - 2 embedded mini puzzle games!
    - View listing of other books in the series.

    More detail is available at Android market.

    Hope you find it be a good e-book like me.

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    E book from Young Author Scheme

    This looks relevant to my interests, Ill be checking it out. I definitely encourage you to read The Pilgrims Regress. It is a book that definietely could use more publicity.

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    E book from Young Author Scheme

    No idea but looks like serious books from Iseas, politics , research, history...

    Use to be during school holidays. If didnt check my email, would hv miss it.

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    E book from Young Author Scheme

    I totally understand. If you went in with the idea that it was like The Book Thief.... it could be a painful experience.

    I didnt know what to expect.... and maybe that was why I thought it was so interesting.

    Hello back

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    E book from Young Author Scheme

    Im sure Ive read stranger books, but the one that instantly comes to mind is The War between the Pitiful Teachers and the Splendid Kids by Stanley Kiesel. I loved it, but talk about weird. The villain was a red ant.

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