Title: The Journey’s End Author: Jane Woolfenden Genre: Fiction Pages: 477 Published: 2013 All Isabel wanted was a momentary reprieve from the loneliness and desperation that had plagued her life up till now. Thankfully, finding herself on a reclusive island in Malaysia for a two-week vacation after a business week in KL turned out to be exactly what she needed. Little did she know that there, she would find the one person destined to turn her world upside down and have her question what it is that she has always wanted from life. All Lee wanted was to protect the little piece of heaven (his nature friendly hotel, Buah Lodge) that was his to boast, from the destructive multi-million dollar companies that sought to level the forest and his home along with it. Little did…

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Title: A Captain’s Duty Author: Richard Philips Genre: Biography Pages: 304 Published: April 6th 2010   He knew what this life would entail. He knew that voyaging on the high seas was never predictable and that this goodbye might just be the last. It was no secret that the oceans of the world had now become the playground of those ready to pillage and plunder large vessels, for the goods that their homelands could not provide. Captain Richard Philips knew about the Somali Pirates, yet his love for the ocean was one so dedicated that never being able to set sail again was simply unimaginable. Setting off from Salalah, Oman on a dangerous route through the Indian Ocean to deposit World Food Aid in Mombasa, the Maersk Alabama was up for the journey of its…

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