Real name: Evie
Member Since: 26/07/07
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While on a German trip with her students, Elizabeth Conlon is delighted to discover an important historical source.
She emails her boss straight away with the details, and a typed up copy of the diary of an unknown Nazi.
This diary tells the story of the rise of Hitler, and even the beginnings of the Second World War. While she searches for the rest, come, and read the beginning.
The story of how it all started.
The reasons why they voted for Hitler.
*First in The Second Story series, which follows Elizabeth as she discovers more about the author of the diary, as well as many other, previously untold stories, from all sorts of era's.*
Joseph Blackwood is thrown into poverty after the death of his father, a well known and respected artist from London.
Set during the reign of Queen Victoria, Joseph is determined to find he will he knows his father wrote, but, unknowingly, Joseph soon stumles into a tangled web of mystery, intrigue and murder...
This is a story that almost every teenage girl can relate to. This is the story of a girl who strives to be popular, but hates the popular people.
At first, it was harmless. At first, it could be passed of as a playground fight. At first, she was hurting peoples feelings.
At first, it didn't matter. But one night, in the quiet streets of her home town in England, Becky takes things too far...
Liliana is only ten years old, and she's preparing to go into a "posh grammar school". This is her story of her parents divorce, and the marriage, or rather, lie, that preceeded it.
It accounts the innocent view of a child watching the break-up of a false relationship through un-blemished eyes, on a rough council estate, where families are deemed "hopeless" and "not worth the trouble".
With an alcoholic mother and unfaithful father, Liliana desperately seeks for real love in a cruel world which makes no sense.
That song calls me. Am I human? Maybe. No one knows. No one knows that it's me - me that takes the children. No one knows where they go.
They just vanish.
I only came a short while ago. But it's been enough time.
Why do you fear me so? The same reason you fear the dark. The same reason you fear that strange noise outside your window.
Because you can't see me. You can't stop me.
So here is the story of a few of my memorable victims. Read it, if you must, and make up your own mind on what I am, and where they go...
After discovering the body of a Nazi, Elizabeth Conlon and her students now have to find a place to stay for the night until they can continue their dig. A kindly old Berliner owns an expansive house, which he agrees to letting them stay in.
Elizabeth unknowingly stumbles upon an untold story - she doesn't hear it, but they story is there, and shall be told.
*This is second in the Second Story series, you do not need to have read the first, but I advise it.*
In a world where darkness rules, and Humans, Pixies, Centaurs and Forest Maidens are forced into slavery, there seems to be no hope for those who are deemed weak, and lead a life of suffering.
One girl wants to change all that, and hopes to lead a revolution against The Leader, and all his beliefs. But she cannot do it if she doesn't understand her own kind, and what she, and everyone else, wants.
Will she create a better, fairer life for everyone? Or will she just make things worse? After all, all she has to go on are the words of stories, which no one knows are true...