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Quentin Durward by Sir Walter Scott

In 1465 Quentin Durwood travels to France to meet Isabelle, Countess of Marcroy, on behalf of his elderly Scottish uncle whom, for political reasons, the Duke of Burgundy intends she marry. A man of honour who may have sworn too many oaths, Durward finds he and Isabelle being used as pawns in a deadly game by the Duke and devious King Louis XI. One look at Isabelle has convinced Durward this is where he and his heart have to be.

Nic of Time by Diego Tutweiller

Nicolas Cage travels through time, dealing out swift justice to wrongdoers and stealing priceless artifacts. In his travels, he encounters Genghis Khan, Jesus, King Tut, Adolf Hitler, and Teddy Roosevelt.

Wolfenstein: The New Order by Bethesda Softworks and MachineGames

In 1946, World War 2 continues across Europe. The Nazis turn the tide of the battle with Deathshead, the most technologically advanced war machine, causing the fall of Allies, and the fall of hope for humanity. In 1960, the war has ended, and the Nazis rule with an iron fist, bringing even the most powerful nations down to their knees. But, they didn't count on one thing... Captain B.J. Blazkowicz, the American War Hero. After emerging from the darkness into this new world, he must embark on an impossible mission to bring down the Nazi regime and rewrite history.

Shoulder To Shoulder by Midge Mackenzie, Georgia Brown & Verity Lambert

Emmeline Pankhurst, dissatisfied with the meek, cautious attitude of the Suffragist movement, forms her own organisation, the Suffragettes. Using aggressive, militant and unlawful tactics, she brought the issue of the woman's right to vote into the public consciousness. Aided by her family and friends, Emmeline's movement took the fight to Parliament - a battle that spanned four decades, only being won in 1928.

Mayflower: A Pilgrim's Journey by George Miller

In September 1620, a merchant ship called the Mayflower set sail from Plymouth, a port on the southern coast of England. Typically, the Mayflower’s cargo was wine and dry goods, but on this trip the ship carried passengers: 102 of them, all hoping to start a new life on the other side of the Atlantic. Nearly 40 of these passengers were Protestant Separatists–they called themselves “Saints”–who hoped to establish a new church in the New World. Today, we often refer to the colonists who crossed the Atlantic on the Mayflower as “Pilgrims.”

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