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The fascinating story based on the true events of the first Indian to win the famous Victoria Cross medal, the highest award for bravery in the British and Commonwealth forces. Sepoy Khudadad Khan won the Victoria Cross in the First World War, fighting in the trenches of Northern Europe. This...
By A W Colclough
A review of Lucy Worsley's history of the British obsession with murder.
Book Review | Updated Jun 1, 2014 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Chris Green
The protagonist is driven to drink. Literally.
Short Story | Updated May 15, 2014 | Reads: 31 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 6
By Molly C15
This is the beginning of a story based of Rapunzel but set in a future Britain that has been destroyed in a war involving biological weapons. I don't really know whether or not to continue the story so there may or may not be a follow up.
By V M Wills
An expression of disillusionment with British politics in general, but mainly with those currently in power.
Another piece for my African American Lit class, this one focusing on the act that abolished the slave trade in Britain in 1807. The Act was "toothless" in many respects because slavery was still allowed and slavers found many ways to circumvent the restriction on trading.
A mammoth fortress sitting atop a strategic mountain is supposedly the key to winning a war of attrition between the UK and France 2035. For common infantry soldier Nick Ramayious this task seems like an unnecessary waste of men, but does he know what truly lies in the heart of the mountain?
By Thoughtful Nights
Another Essay i did in year 12- 2012 on the beatles and their influence on british life in the 1960's. Once again, would LOVE LOVE LOVE! some feedback x
Thoughtful Nights ~ x
By Frenzee Da Rebel
I found this poem I wrote a while back. It is about being from mixed heritage parents, being a British Muslim and about being a second generation immigrant.
Western leaders hypocrisy towards Mandela politics
Article | Updated Dec 12, 2013 | Reads: 24 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 2
By Lady Stefluffy Of The Fluffies
If you are a fan of the band One Direction, you must leave this page immediately and read some other works. If you decide not to leave this page and proceed, I will not be held responsible for you getting angry and breaking things, and posting negative comments such as:
By Sir Dolan
Night is a normal 16-year-old high school student entering his final year. With his future looming ever closer he needs to buckle down and study. But when a surprise attack is launched by the Soul Spirits, Night finds his normal life disappear right before his eyes.
The day of the attack Night...
With pressure to fit in, to look perfect, to be perfect and to get good grades in high school, Ella loses her way. Living in London when you're a teenage girl is never easy, and Ella learns the hard way. She learns to hate love, when it's the thing she needs the most, and a certain someone shows...
By Tyler Vegas
Everyone looks at life in the music industry as glamorous and exciting. That may be the case for the A-list celebrities but what about the hard working independent musicians? Here is a detailed biography from one of the UK's top independent Music Managers. All names have been changed for...
Astor Delmar moves from the tiny town of Inistioge, Ireland, to the comparatively massive city of Manchester, England. It is there where he meets Desmond Feardorcha, or rather, where Desmond Feardorcha meets Astor Delmar. Desmond, the cool guy. Desmond, the social prestige. Desmond, the academic...