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Each story does the same, tempting and enthralling into the next chapter.
An enthralling story about a schoonerman who spurned excessive changes in modern boats and defiantly remained passionate about the type of vessel he loved, until he was almost literally the last of his breed.
Featuring a plot and style which is both intricate and enthralling, Vanity Of Vanities brings a more philosophical understanding of what becoming a praised knight really meant, and the almost inevitable basis of conflict arising from vanity and self-aggrandizement.
God's Outlaw is an enthralling true history of one man who eluded the forces of King Henry VIII who ordered his capture while translating the Bible into English.
Inkspell is an enthralling audiobook for all ages, and highly recommended.
When Cortez remained true to that theme, his primitive-influenced contemporary movement produced sleek, enthralling passages that spoke of ceremony and celebration.
Tracey and Laura Hickman have written an enthralling fantasy novel with plenty of action and fully developed characters.
Along the way, he interviews tobacco farmers and hopelessly addicted smokers, presents an enthralling history of how that newfangled, machine-rolled consumer item almost single-handedly revived the post-Civil War South's economy, and leaves as many questions as he answers.
WE'VE teamed up with Haynes Publishing to give 10 lucky readers the chance to get their hands on a copy of the enthralling biography of Piers Courage.
An enthralling, provocative book, Lawyer's Life takes on more thematic heft when Cochran details many of the more challenging cases he has faced in career, induding Jim Brown, Puff Daddy, Reginald Denny, Amadou Diallo, Snoop Dogg, Patrick Dorismond, Aretha Franklin, Michael Jackson, Abner Louima, Geronimo Pratt and Tupac Shakur.
The character development, aided by the excellent narration, is enthralling, the plot absorbing, and the setting vivid.
Partners Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima are particularly fascinated by the evolving urban character of Tokyo, and their survey of the city's hybrid buildings (p80), is an enthralling study of how architecture is obliged to adapt and mutate.