The Moonstone

Lotte And The Moonstone Secret (2011)  

Posted by BlackFlag at Dec. 15, 2011
Lotte And The Moonstone Secret (2011)

Lotte And The Moonstone Secret / Lotte Ja Kuukivi Saladus (2011)
DVDRip | AVI | 640x352 | XviD @ 1,352 Kbps 25.000 fps | MP3 @ 128 Kbps | 1h 12mn | 700 Mb
Genre: Animation, Adventure | Language: Estonian | Subtitles: English

In their last adventure, Klaus and his friends Fred and Ville took three stones from a secret temple. What they didn’t know is that the stones are the only way for the Moon Rabbits to get back home. While two of them, Tik and Rhiv, search for Klaus and the stones, Lotte and her uncle want to unlock the stones’ secrets. They have many adventures on their way to find Fred and Ville, during which they are followed by the two Moon Rabbits and Paul, the cat, who is also very interested in the mysterious stones.

The Moonstone - Wilkie Collins  

Posted by jack23 at Oct. 24, 2010
The Moonstone - Wilkie Collins

The Moonstone - Wilkie Collins
Unabridged | Publisher: Tantor Media (October 21, 2010) | Language: English | ASIN: B00485RCIQ | 387.90 MB
Narrator: James Langton | Mp3/48 kbps/CBR/44kHz/Mono | Listening Length: 18 hour(s) and 45 min.

Called "the first and greatest of English detective novels" by T. S. Eliot, Wilkie Collins's The Moonstone is a masterpiece of suspense.
A fabulous yellow diamond becomes the dangerous inheritance of Rachel Verinder. Outside her Yorkshire country house watch the Hindu priests who have waited for many years to reclaim their ancient talisman, looted from the holy city of Somnauth.

The Moonstone - Classic Readers Level 4  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by kathleenuk at May 23, 2010
The Moonstone - Classic Readers Level 4

The Moonstone - Classic Readers Level 4
Publisher: Compass Publishing (July 1, 2009) | Language: English | ISBN-10: 1599662744 | mp3 | 119.93 Mb

Compass Publishing brings Charles Dickens' expansive story of a boy's maturity into a disciplined young man to its line of Compass Classic Readers. English language learners of all ages will enjoy developing their vocabulary and reading fluency as they witness David Copperfield recount the formative events of his vibrant young life in Victorian England. Students and teachers alike will delight in this engaging tale of struggle and develoment that is still relevant to contemporary society.
Compass Classic Readers provide beginning and intermediate English language learners accessible adaptations of the greatest works of literature. Carefuly designed to retell the stories using vocabulary and sentence structure appropriate for one of six different grade levels.
Portable Mystery Masterpiece: The Moonstone 1.0.1655 Eng

Portable Mystery Masterpiece: The Moonstone 1.0.1655 Eng
PC Game | Hidden Object | 156MB

An ancient and priceless piece of jewelry, the Moonstone, has been stolen, and it`s up to you to track it down! Investigate every person who was in the mansion at the time of the crime to solve the mystery and catch the crook, in this Hidden Object game! Explore every room of the mansion to find valuable clues in Mystery Masterpiece – The Moonstone, and return the jewel to its rightful owner.

Mystery Masterpiece - The Moonstone  Games

Posted by dlinkbit at July 12, 2009
Mystery Masterpiece - The Moonstone

Mystery Masterpiece: The Moonstone
Hidden Objects | 131 MB | English
by Freeze Tag 2009

The game is based on the English mystery novel The Moonstone, which was written in 1869 by Wilkie Collins and is considered to be the pioneer of modern English detective stories.

An ancient and priceless piece of jewelry, the Moonstone, has been stolen, and it`s up to you to track it down! Investigate every person who was in the mansion at the time of the crime to solve the mystery and catch the crook, in this Hidden Object game!

The Moonstone : A Novel By Wilkie Collins  

Posted by coolsanth at April 24, 2009
The Moonstone : A Novel By Wilkie Collins

The Moonstone : A Novel By Wilkie Collins
Publisher: Penguin Classics;New Ed edition (26 Jul 2007) | ISBN-10: 0140620133 | ENG | 464 Pages | PDF | 1.19 MB

The Moonstone, a yellow diamond looted from an Indian temple and believed to bring bad luck to its owner, is bequeathed to Rachel Verinder on her eighteenth birthday. That very night the priceless stone is stolen again and when Sergeant Cuff is brought in to investigate the crime, he soon realizes that no one in Rachel’s household is above suspicion. Hailed by T. S. Eliot as ‘the first, the longest, and the best of modern English detective novels’, The Moonstone is a marvellously taut and intricate tale of mystery, in which facts and memory can prove treacherous and not everyone is as they first appear.

Lord of the Black Land: An Epic Fantasy: Part One  

Posted by bisneswoman at March 16, 2015
Lord of the Black Land: An Epic Fantasy: Part One

Lord of the Black Land: An Epic Fantasy: Part One (War of the Moonstone Book 1) - Jack Conner
English | March 12, 2014 | ASIN: B00GZX6OLU | 492 pages | EPUB | 0.3 MB

Epic fantasy adventure by the bestselling author of the Black Tower Trilogy, "Lord of the Black Land: Part One" is the exciting opening of an epic fantasy / dark fantasy trilogy.

GraphicRiver MoonStone Photoshop Action  

Posted by GFXshares at Feb. 3, 2015
GraphicRiver MoonStone Photoshop Action

GraphicRiver MoonStone Photoshop Action
Photoshop ATN | 4.9 Mb

Create this highly detailed effect from your photos with little effort at all.

The Phantom Moonstone Collection (2002-2010)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at May 2, 2014
The Phantom Moonstone Collection (2002-2010)

The Phantom Moonstone Collection (2002-2010)
English | CBR | 55 Issues | 912.60 MB

Moonstone's Modern Myths: Blackest Terror #1 (2011)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Dec. 22, 2011
Moonstone's Modern Myths: Blackest Terror #1 (2011)

Moonstone's Modern Myths: Blackest Terror #1 (2011)
English | CBR | 33 pages | 20.63 MB

The Blackest Terror is a pioneer in what sociologists have dubbed 'the super hero subculture,' a collection of racial and social minorities who feel underserved by the mainstream legal system and have decided to take matters into their own costumed hands. How will the world react to these benevolent outlaws? Will they become celebrated symbols of humankind's capacity for good or hated catalysts of a bloody revolution?