เปิดท้ายหนังสือ round 1 : M/M

posted on 14 Dec 2011 19:21 by sansaryus in Novel
กำลังจะจัดตู้หนังสือที่บ้านใหม่เพราะมันเยอะเกินจะควบคุมได้แล้ว เลยแอบมาปล่อยหนังสือนิดหน่อยค่ะ ^ ^
 
ทุกเล่มสภาพดี อาจจะมีรอยบนปกหรือสันบ้างจากการเดินทางข้ามน้ำข้ามทะเลมาจากอเมริกา
(ทุกเล่มสั่งจากอเมซอนค่ะ)  อ่านแค่รอบเดียว
ทุกเล่มพิมพ์บนกระดาษถนอมสายตา ไม่ใช่กระดาษเนื้อหยาบๆ แบบที่ใช้ในเปเปอร์แบคราคาถูก
ยกเ้้ว้น Cethe เล่มเดียวที่เป็นกระดาษปอนด์ขาว
และเป็นภาษาอังกฤษค่ะ (<< ต้องบอกเหรอเนี่ย ฮา) 
 
ราคา ขอเฉลี่ยไปที่เล่มละ 500 บาทค่ะ เลยอาจจะรู้สึกว่าบางเล่มแพงกว่ากันนิดหนึ่ง แต่ว่ายังไงก็ถูกกว่าราคาเต็มของหนังสือรวมค่าส่งแน่นอนค่ะ ^ ^

ค่าส่งลงทะเบียนเล่มละ 30 บาท ยกเว้นบางเล่มที่มี * เล่มละ 60 ค่ะ
ขออภัยที่คิดแพงแต่มันหนักจริงอะไรจริงค่ะ = =;;
 
 
 
Cethe  by Becca Abbott  
 
Human-like, but not human, the nara ruled Tanyrin for centuries.
The most feared among them were their naragi, sorcerers whose power
was all but invincible. Not until the coming of Arami Lothlain, King of Tanyrin
and Blessed of Loth, did the rein of the nara come to a bloody end.
For four hundred years afterwards, the land was at peace. Stefn Eldering
was the youngest son of the Earl of Shia, the last in a long, proud line
of demon hunters. He was also a sin-catcher, living proof of God's displeasure,
the shame of his existence atonement for the sins of his ancestors.
Michael Arranz was the son of a duke and one of the despised h'naran,
half-bloods cursed with the blood of the nara running through their veins.
Of all the h'nara, his family alone was immune from the persecution of
the powerful Church of Loth, protected by an ancient covenant.
In ordinary times, the paths of Michael and Stefn would never have crossed.
Alas, times were no longer ordinary. The latest of the Lothlain kings was a weakling,
unable to curb the ambitionsof an increasingly powerful, corrupt clergy.
Famine stalked the land. Fear of the h'nara, fanned by the Church,
spread tentacles everywhere. Tanyrin teetered on the edge of chaos.
 
A loyal and devoted friend to Tanyrin's crown prince, Michael could refuse
Severyn Lothlain nothing, not even when Severyn asked the unspeakable of him.
Determined to wrest the throne from his brother, Severyn intended nothing less than
the resurrection of the ancient naragi. Michael, whose naran blood was the purest
in Tanyrin, was the logical choice. But for Michael become what mankind feared most,
he needed a conduit through which to take the powerful, dangerous magic of
the Dark Stream. He needed a man who carried the ancient blood of the cethera.
He needed Stefn Eldering. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Brethren: Raised By Wolves, Volume One  by W. A. Hoffman *
 
Buccaneer adventure/romance. The first of three volumes chronicling the relationship
between an emotionally wounded and disenchanted English lord and an insane
and lonely French exile, set among the buccaneers of Port Royal, Jamaica, in 1667. 
 
 
 
 
 
Want Me  by Rowan McBride 
 
Joel Beckett is blessed. He's popular with the ladies, a star on the football field,
and worshiped by everyone on campus.

Including Walker Cain.

Only Walker's worship has crossed the line, driving him to invoke ancient magic
that binds them together in an inescapable downward spiral. Now reality is shifting,
and with each new life Joel is forced to watch Walker steal away another of
the blessings he'd always taken for granted.

It's never enough. Cursed blood runs hot, and with every turn of the spiral,
Walker breathes the seductive words that Joel can't resist.
The words that could drag them both into hell.

Want me. 

 
 
 
 
First You Fall: A Kevin Connor Mystery  by Scott Sherman 

Winner of the Lambda Literary Award for Best Mystery, 2009. When his friend's death
is ruled a suicide, Kevin Connor--a hustler by trade, sleuth by default--sets out
to prove a case of murder. 
 
It doesn't help matters that the victim's grown children, who disapproved of
their father's gay lifestyle, are only concerned about their inheritance. But they
are not Kevin's only problem. His high-strung mother has moved in with him--
and she knows nothing about his questionable . . . job. 
 
 
 
 
 
Strange Fortune  by Josh Lanyon 

Valentine Strange, late of his Majesty's 21st Benhali Lancers, needs money.
Happily, the wealthy Holy Orders of Harappu are desperate to retrieve
the diadem of the Goddess Purya from an ancient temple deep in the mountainous jungle
-an area Strange knows well from his days quelling rebellions. The pay is too good
and the job seems too easy for Strange to refuse. But when Master Aleister Grimshaw,
a dangerous witch from a traitorous lineage, joins the expedition, Strange begins to
suspect that more is at stake than the retrieval of a mere relic. Grimshaw knows
an ancient evil surrounds the diadem-the same evil once hunted him and still haunts
his mind. However, experience has taught him to keep his suspicions to himself
or risk being denounced as a madman. Again. Harried by curses, bandits and
unnatural creatures, Strange and Grimshaw plunge onward. But when
a demonic power wakes and the civilized world descends into revolution,
their tenuous friendship is threatened as each man must face the destruction
of the life he has known.
 
 
 
 
 
Lord of the White Hell: Book One (The Cadeleonian Series)  by Ginn Hale

Kiram Kir-Zaki may be considered a mechanist prodigy among his own people,
but when he becomes the first Haldiim ever admitted to the prestigious
Sagrada Academy, he is thrown into a world where power, superstition and swordplay
outweigh even the most scholarly of achievements. But when the intimidation
from his Cadeleonian classmates turns bloody, Kiram unexpectedly finds himself
befriended by Javier Tornesal, the leader of a group of cardsharps, duelists
and lotharios who call themselves Hellions. However Javier is a dangerousfriend
to have. Wielder of the White Hell and sole heir of a dukedom, he is surrounded
by rumors of forbidden seductions, murder and damnation.
His enemies are many and any one of his secrets could not only
end his life but Kiram's as well.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lord of the White Hell: Book Two (The Cadeleonian Series)  by Ginn Hale

Kiram fought his family and Cadeleonian bigots to remain in the Sagrada Academy
to prove himself as a mechanist and to dispel the deadly shadow curse that threatens
to destroy his upperclassman, Javier Tornesal. But when his efforts provoke retaliation,
Kiram's family and home are endangered. Both Kiram and Javier risk everything in
a desperate gambit to combat the curse. But they never imagined their battle with
come so soon, or that it would be lead by the one person they trust most of all.
 
 
Lord of the White Hell เล่ม 1 และ 2 ต่อกันนะคะ เพราะงั้นจะขายเป็นคู่ค่ะ 
 
 
(แอบคิดว่ามันจะต้องมีมากกว่านี้ ถ้าหาเจอจะมาลงเพิ่มค่ะ)
 
 
สนใจเล่มไหนรบกวนทิ้งชื่อไว้ (ล็อกอินก่อนด้วยนะคะ ไม่งั้นเราติดต่อกลับไปไม่ได้) หรือ ems มานะคะ

ขอบคุณที่เข้ามาดูค่ะ ^^ 


edit @ 14 Dec 2011 20:03:47 by sansaryus

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