The Quest of The Great Ruby...and my soul shall lie forever under the curse, engulfed and hidden as deeply as the Great Ruby beneath the shadow of Dead Man's Rock.
The Legend of the glorious adventures of Tyl Ulenspiegel in the Land of Flanders and elsewhere. As an envisagement of the horrors of the Spanish Inquisition this very anti-Catholic book is probably without parallel.
A young archaeologist and two English upper-class fascists travel forward in time to the post-nuclear-wars London where gigantic rats hunt the black lions.
short poem in the Kipling's style
J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis are but successors to William Morris. Tale of quest, adventure, magic and war set in an invented age and in the invented world of the author's own imagination. Lots of very old-fashioned archaic English.
The only Walter Scott's book we like.
Three go back . . . 25,000 years, to lost Atlantis! A tale mixing adventure, science, and sex in the search for solutions to our world's problems.
famous ironic poem
This fanciful poem tells the story of two sisters as they recall memories of childhood Goblins pitching their wares at the market.
A strange creature haunts the fishermen and pearl divers of the La Plata Bay. The superstitious local villagers call it the Sea Devil. When a pearl merchant decides to capture the strange being at all costs, the truth turns out to be far more tragic and complex than anyone had imagined.