EPILOGUE II

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Epilogue Ii

Author : Brad Thor
ISBN : 9781476771304
Genre : Fiction
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If you read and loved the #1 New York Times bestseller Hidden Order, enjoy this free bonus chapter.
Category: Fiction

A Talent Ed Digger

Author : Hena Maes-Jelinek
ISBN : 9051839537
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Anna Rutherford has been the most dynamic ambassador of Australian culture in Europe. More than any other single person, she has been instrumental in spreading interest in Commonwealth and post-colonial studies. Wherever she has been in the world, she has brought people together in friendship and intellectual endeavour. This volume ranges widely over the areas Anna has promoted as teacher, editor and publisher.
Category: Literary Criticism

Shaman King Vol 21

Author : Hiroyuki Takei
ISBN : 9781421561448
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Epilogue II Lady Jeanne prepares to perform the ritual that will finally revive Ren. But will the rest of the X-LAWS let Ren live once he's revived? Meanwhile, Horohoro, depressed over how weak he is, wanders off...right into a cluster of Hao's thugs, who are using their might to overpower the Ice Men! Horohoro tries to stop them, but will he have what it takes? -- VIZ Media
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

The Wronged Princess Book I

Author : Kae Elle Wheeler
ISBN : 9780989279604
Genre : Fiction
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Finding his mysterious princess by trying her glass slipper on every maiden in Chalmers Kingdom sounded like a brilliant scheme until the silly thing slid quite easily on the foot of the wrong girl. Now Prince Charming is betrothed to one batty-eyed girl without means of an escape. Cinderella is devastated when her shoe fits one of her evil stepsisters. Tis an unfair twist of fate. Was she destined to a life of slavery forever? Little do Cinderella and Prince Charming realize that his mother, the queen, and her twin sister (Cinderella's infamous fairy godmother), leap on the opportunity to teach Prince, impulsive decisions do not a future king make.
Category: Fiction

From Dialogue To Epilogue Marxism And Catholicism Tomorrow

Author : Frederick J. Adelmann
ISBN : 9789401191081
Genre : Religion
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This is an authentic book. Its style fits its situation. The encounter between Marxism and Catholicism was yesterday diatribe, is today dialogue, and tomorrow will be epilogue. The virtue of Father Adelmann's writing is to make us aware that we are in via. Happenings are everywhere, not just in hippieland. In Salzburg and South Bend, in Chiem see and Cambridge conversations are going on - conversations that are no less than con fessions. For Catholics and Marxists are listening to each other and are changing their minds. It has been the peculiar good fortune of the author of this book to have been both recorder and participant in these changes. He has experienced the transition from diatribe to dialogue in his own thoughts and feelings, and he has here written not an outsider's account, but an insider's recounting. He is not simply this volume's author, but also one of its case of characters. Hence the style of his writing is apperceptively autobiographical. It fits the situation. He is a character in a play, who is also that drama's author. His essay, then, is not simply a discussion of the relation between Catholicism and Marxism today, but is a contribution to ward a new relation between them and tomorrow.
Category: Religion

The Hunt For Margaret Thatcher S Assassin

Author : Geoffrey Gilson
ISBN : 9781304871107
Genre : Fiction
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An explosive tale of suspense and drama, as the author dodges bullets, the CIA and a crazy Israeli Intelligence agent, in his real-life, rollercoaster quest to hunt down the key to the deep, dark secret which will rock the governments of both Great Britain and the United States, and trigger the political scandal of the century.
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The Bellman Wave

Author : Pearl Cozort
ISBN : 9781468597561
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Professor Jenny Spencer is working for Knolls University. After the mysterious death of her mentor and boss, Big Ed. She asked to take his place at a poker group that meets once a month. This group has a secret agenda, keeping watch over what's left of a time machine. Jenny has something the rest of these men want, and they will do anything to get it. Only Yuri is there to help her. He knows that people can't travel through time. He and Jenny struggle with their grief over Big Ed's death. He is there to help her step back from her madness, and he finds himself falling in love. Sitting with her as they watch the fire, to help bring them peace. It is also the tale of Anna Evans who has to choose between the man she loves and saving her America from the ravages of war. Anna fights the growing sickness of her body, as her world begins to fall apart. Both have waited a long time for love to come to them. Both must leave it behind. One for the sake of her sanity, and the other for the sake of her country.
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Through Gates Of Splendor

Author : Elisabeth Elliot
ISBN : 9781414328201
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Documents the lives of missionaries who sought to convert the Huao Indians of Ecuador.
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Acts Of Implication

Author : Irvin Ehrenpreis
ISBN : 0520040473
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book argues that the best approach to the aesthetic value of much literature of the past is by way of the deliberate meaning--implicit or explicit--that the author invites the reader to share. Ehrenpreis shows that subtlety and indirection do not militate against the didacticism and lucid style we usually associate with writers in the Augustan tradition. In a group of stimulating essays he examines how an eighteenth-century dramatist, essayist, poet, and novelist imply meaning about politics, religion, and sexual passion, focusing on their concept of heroism to elaborate these themes.
Category: Literary Criticism