Fiction - Historical - Event/Era

Guy's Odyssey

By Seth Bleuer

When you have jumps in time and place, and even the protagonist isn't sure where he is and whether he is dreaming or not, only one thing can save the story. That one thing is good writing. Guy’s Odyssey by Seth Bleuer is a very...

Guillaume

Book Two of The Triptych Chronicle
By Prue Batten

Prepare to enter the Middle Ages in Guillaume by Prue Batten. The tale opens as Guillaume is awakened to calls of “Fire!” He fights the flames with the assistance of his friendly neighbors, but the resulting damage to the de Clochard merchant business, which he...

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Goodbye Russia, Hello America

By Janet S. Kleinman

Goodbye Russia, Hello America by Janet S. Kleinman is a moving fictional depiction of a family of Russian immigrants. It is a wonderful story of how they adjust to and become a part of their new country. Life had been difficult in Russia and Ida's...

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Galley-Man

A Novel
By Dasck E DeFin

Galley-Man by Dasck E DeFin is a historical novel based on the real life of a man named Ezekiel. DeFin begins the novel with historical accounts of events in France, starting with the St. Bartholomew Day Massacre. The novel is a blend of history and...

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Grendel's Mother

The Saga of the Wyrd-Wife
By Susan Signe Morrison

In Grendel's Mother by Susan Signe Morrison, many half-years ago, a child of unknown origin washed ashore and was adopted by a grieving couple. They loved her as they would their own flesh and blood. Under the guidance of her loving parents, Brimhild grew into...

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Galerie

By Steven Greenberg

Vanesa Neuman grew up in Tel Aviv, the only child of Jewish parents who were survivors of the Holocaust. She lived with her parents, her grandfather, and her Uncle Tomas. She loved them all, but she never really knew them. They were like closed books,...

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Great Lakes

The Saga of the Inland Seas
By Lilly Kirckof, Daniel Butler

Great Lakes: The Saga of the Inland Seas by Lilly Kirckof and Daniel Butler tells a story that spreads as wide and deep as the mighty great lakes themselves. Sail into a story of drama and intrigue, starting from the earliest days of wind wagons...

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Geisha With Green Eyes

By India Millar

Sometimes, a reader comes across a book that just grabs their heart and their mind from the very first line. For this reader, that was definitely the case with Geisha With Green Eyes by author India Millar. Follow the story of Midori No Me, the...

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General Houston's Little Spy

A Texas Revolution Story
By Cara Skinner

General Houston's Little Spy: A Texas Revolution Story is a young adult historical fiction novel written by Cara Skinner. Samantha Russell was born in 1819. Her parents had a large family and Samantha was the middle child. They had a good life working the family...

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Gwendolyn's Sword

By E. A. Haltom

In Gwendolyn's Sword by E.A. Haltom, Gwendolyn might be the lady of the manor, but you wouldn't know it by looking at her. She prefers to wear the garb of her men-at-arms and she brandishes a sword as expertly as the best of them. When...

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