The Gates of Rangitaian
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Published by MacMillan Publishing Company .
Written in English


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Harlequin Large Print (Unnumbered Hardcover)

The Physical Object
FormatLibrary Binding
Number of Pages288
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10239040M
ISBN 100263109631
ISBN 109780263109634

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  The couple in the book had good chemistry and well developed individual and familial complexities. It is one of the rare Harlequins where the couple is shown interacting in family and dating situations before the marriage. I like the fact that the hero was more willing to put himself out there. When he and the heroine were reunited after a Reviews: 1. In structure the Book of Gates similar to that of the Amduat. However, there are some notable differences; the last three hours contain depictions of the judgment of the dead; only Sia and Hu and Heka consistently travel with the sun god; four human beings tow the sun barque; instructions for the use of the book are replaced by instructions regarding offerings; and (most notably) each hour in. Gate (Japanese: ゲート 自衛隊 彼の地にて、斯く戦えり, Hepburn: Gate: Jieitai Kano Chi nite, Kaku Tatakaeri, lit. Gate: Thus the Japanese Self-Defense Force Fought There), is a Japanese fantasy novel series written by Takumi Yanai and illustrated by Daisuke Izuka and ally, it was serialized from to on the user-generated novel publishing website Arcadia. Deactivating your account will unsubscribe you from Gates Notes emails, and will remove your profile and account information from public view on the Gates Notes. Please allow for 24 hours for the deactivation to fully process. You can sign back in at any time to .

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