Welcome to the library! This is where you can find links to free e-books that I find fun or interesting. Enjoy!
- Orthodoxy by G.K. Chesterton
- A book detailing how and why G.K. Chesterton came to believe that Christianity is true and good. Note that, since it was written in 1908, some parts of the book may be objectionable to modern readers, particularly Chesterton's explanation in chapter 5 of why suicide is sinful and his efforts in later chapters to compare Christianity with other religions. Nevertheless, he has some very good insights.
- True Devotion to the Blessed Virgin by St. Louis de Montfort
- A book that outlines the purpose and nature of de Montfort's approach to consecrating oneself to the Virgin Mary.
- A Snapping Sound by Represent
- A horror novel inspired by Danny Phantom.
- Dracula by Bram Stoker
- The classic horror novel packed to the brim with vivid, spooky imagery!
- Eucatastrophe by arealsword
- A truly brilliant fantasy novel filled with shocking twists. Based on Sanders Sides, but I don't think you need to be familiar with the series to understand Eucatastrophe. The author has written several other excellent Sanders Sides fics as well.
- The Intangibility of Rebirth by faedemon
- A chillingly realistic story about a housewife, her husband, and the ghost that haunts their house. Based on Danny Phantom, but so far removed from canon that it might as well be an original story.
- Manalive by G.K. Chesterton
- A novel about an eccentric man named Innocent Smith who both scandalizes and revitalizes those who encounter him. This was the first piece of writing I read by G.K. Chesterton, and it instantly made me a fan of his work.
- Drowning in Cubes by EmoDollie
- My book of Minecraft-inspired poetry! Come check it out!
- Clinic of Horrors by Merryweather and PokoriMio
- A horror-comedy webcomic about a clinic in a bizarre dystopian city.
- Menhera-chan by Bisuko Ezaki
- A satirical manga about a group of girls who transform into magical defenders of justice by cutting their wrists. Read at your own risk. This manga is notable for its influence on the menhera subculture.
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