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Passed Around By Man But Not Passed Over By God

Author : Chontate Brown
ISBN : 1945558016
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In this candid memoir, we follow the unique voice of Chontate Brown, as she takes us from her blessed and vibrant young childhood to the break-up of her family, through the toxic and traumatic Chicago foster care system, into a rocky adulthood spent buried in difficult responsibilities, pain, and even prison. Then, within the final pages, we see a once broken and abused woman receive God into her heart, pulling herself and her family up out of the trenches of Chicago and into a renewed and glorified life in Georgia. Intense, brutal, hilarious, and nostalgic, Passed Around By Man, But Not Passed Over By God: The Untold Story of Chontate Brown presents a story that many strive to tell, but few accomplish: a life of trauma, betrayal, and unexpected mistakes that is not told in bitterness or resentment, but in redemption, from a grateful woman with no regrets--only knowledge to give to the rest of the world.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Shahid The Untold Story

Author : C. Mcpherson
ISBN : 9780595440528
Genre : Fiction
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"Take a trip with the main character Shahid" is sizzling hot with real street credibility. This suspense filled urban novel will definitely leave you wanting more. Shahid knows the rules of the game and believes he has everything under control until the feds come knocking....This is a metamorphosis of adolescence to manhood. Take this adventurous journey with Shahid to see if this transition keeps him alive......
Category: Fiction

The Holy Quest The Untold Story Of Joshua Ben Joseph The Jesus

Author : James J Irwin
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Genre : Religion
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The Holy Quest The Untold Story Of Joshua ben Joseph ‘THE’ JESUS (These are some of the questions that may be answered by this historical novel – on the back dust cover) Who IS Joshua ben Joseph; ‘The’ Jesus of Nazareth? Who were his brothers and Sisters in the flesh? What were the original followers Of ‘The’ Jesus called before the Sect called Christians? Who were the twelve male apostles of ‘The’ Jesus? Who were the twelve women apostles of ‘The’ Jesus? What did ‘The’ Jesus really teach when the messenger was killed, was the message? Whom did Mary, from Magdala wed and was Lazarus a mistake? Who were the Ambassadors of ‘The’ Jesus?
Category: Religion

A Single Road

Author : Lisa Shubert
ISBN : 9781543466881
Genre : Self-Help
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This story is about a single parent, not by choice. Who in their right mind would make such an endeavor? I took the bitter with the sweet and made the most of the cards I was dealt. After many continuous perils in my life, I woke up one day and emerged from the rubble as a massive human force. I triumphantly succeeded after a lifetime of uncertainties. During the trials of my life, I metamorphosed into an unrecognizable, magnificent born-again creature, a person whom only time itself and great wisdom could reproduce.
Category: Self-Help

The 33

Author : Héctor Tobar
ISBN : 9781250088932
Genre : History
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Now a Major Motion Picture Starring Antonio Banderas Includes New Material Exclusive to the Paperback A Finalist for a National Book Critics Circle Award A Finalist for a Los Angeles Times Book Prize A New York Times Book Review Notable Book Selected for NPR's Morning Edition Book Club When the San José mine collapsed outside of Copiapó, Chile, in August 2010, it trapped thirty-three miners beneath thousands of feet of rock for a record-breaking sixty-nine days. After the disaster, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Héctor Tobar received exclusive access to the miners and their tales, and in The 33, he brings them to haunting, visceral life. We learn what it was like to be imprisoned inside a mountain, understand the horror of being slowly consumed by hunger, and experience the awe of working in such a place-underground passages filled with danger and that often felt alive. A masterwork of narrative journalism and a stirring testament to the power of the human spirit, The 33 captures the profound ways in which the lives of the Chilean miners and everyone involved in the catastrophe were forever changed.
Category: History

The Echoing Green

Author : Joshua Prager
ISBN : 9780375713071
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A dramatic rendering of one of the most famous moments in baseball, Bobby Thompson's 1951 ninth inning homerun that clinched the pennant for the New York Giants over their archrivals, the Brooklyn Dodgers, reveals that the Giants had been stealing the Dodger catchers' signals from their centerfield clubhouse. Reprint. 40,000 first printing.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Dead Mountain

Author : Donnie Eichar
ISBN : 9781452129563
Genre : History
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New York Times bestseller! — What happened that night on Dead Mountain? The mystery of Dead Mountain: In February 1959, a group of nine experienced hikers in the Russian Ural Mountains died mysteriously on an elevation known as Dead Mountain. Eerie aspects of the incident—unexplained violent injuries, signs that they cut open and fled the tent without proper clothing or shoes, a strange final photograph taken by one of the hikers, and elevated levels of radiation found on some of their clothes—have led to decades of speculation over what really happened. As gripping and bizarre as Hunt for the Skin Walker: This New York Times bestseller, Dead Mountain: The Untold True Story of the Dyatlov Pass Incident, is a gripping work of literary nonfiction that delves into the mystery of Dead Mountain through unprecedented access to the hikers' own journals and photographs, rarely seen government records, dozens of interviews, and the author's retracing of the hikers' fateful journey in the Russian winter. You'll love this real-life tale: Dead Mountain is a fascinating portrait of young adventurers in the Soviet era, and a skillful interweaving of the hikers' narrative, the investigators' efforts, and the author's investigations. Here for the first time is the real story of what happened that night on Dead Mountain.
Category: History

No God But Gain

Author : Stephen Chambers
ISBN : 9781781688083
Genre : Social Science
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From 1501 to 1867 more than 12.5 million Africans were brought to the Americas in chains, and many millions died as a result of the slave trade. The US constitution set a 20-year time limit on US participation in the trade, and on January 1, 1808, it was abolished. And yet, despite the spread of abolitionism on both sides of the Atlantic, despite numerous laws and treaties passed to curb the slave trade, and despite the dispatch of naval squadrons to patrol the coasts of Africa and the Americas, the slave trade did not end in 1808. Fully 25 percent of all the enslaved Africans to arrive in the Americas were brought after the US ban – 3.2 million people. This breakthrough history, based on years of research into private correspondence; shipping manifests; bills of laden; port, diplomatic, and court records; and periodical literature, makes undeniably clear how decisive illegal slavery was to the making of the United States. US economic development and westward expansion, as well as the growth and wealth of the North, not just the South, was a direct result and driver of illegal slavery. The Monroe Doctrine was created to protect the illegal slave trade. In an engrossing, elegant, enjoyably readable narrative, Stephen M. Chambers not only shows how illegal slavery has been wholly overlooked in histories of the early Republic, he reveals the crucial role the slave trade played in the lives and fortunes of figures like John Quincy Adams and the “generation of 1815,” the post-revolution cohort that shaped US foreign policy. This is a landmark history that will forever revise the way the early Republic and American economic development is seen.
Category: Social Science

America S God And Country

Author : William Joseph Federer
ISBN : 1880563053
Genre : Literary Collections
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This exhaustive reference tool is ideal for students, teachers, attorneys, journalists, speakers, politicians, and more. The book affirms America's Godly heritage with over 2,100 quotations from nearly 700 sources. Fully footnoted.
Category: Literary Collections

Voice Male

Author : Rob Okun
ISBN : 9781623710477
Genre : Social Science
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VOICE MALE: The Untold Story of the Profeminist Men’s Movement takes you inside one of the most important social justice movements you may never have heard of—the social transformation of masculinity. Although it’s been underway since the late 1970s, it still largely remains under the radar of much of society. Thematically arranged essays by leading experts and moving first-person stories illustrate how a growing movement of changing men has discovered in feminism the basis for redefining masculinity and creating healthier lives. The longtime editor of Voice Male magazine, Rob Okun, introduces readers to men examining contemporary manhood from a variety of perspectives—from boys on the journey to manhood to men overcoming violence; from fatherhood and mentoring to navigating life as a man of color; as a gay man, and as a survivor. The voices of a chorus of women can also be heard in these pages. Long recognized for articulating a hopeful vision of the future of men, Okun sensitively presents a vivid portrait sure to be accessible to a wide audience interested in what is happening with men. His many years as a gender justice activist have not just deepened his skill as a chronicler of the profeminist men’s movement but also helped to strengthen his voice as a spokesperson articulating men’s second act. Voice Male offers compelling evidence of a new direction for men and illuminates what’s around the bend on the path to gender justice.
Category: Social Science