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10 Hours To Live

Author : Brian Wills
ISBN : 9781603743334
Genre : Religion
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“I give him ten hours to live.” That’s what the doctor said after diagnosing twenty-two-year-old Brian Wills with one of the deadliest and fastest-growing cancers, known as Burkitt’s lymphoma. Incredibly, this rare tumor grew from the size of a golf ball to nine inches in diameter in only three days. Thus began Brian’s life-threatening battle—both physical and spiritual—to receive a full recovery by focusing on God’s powerful promises of healing. Through his incredible, true-life testimony of healing against all odds, find out how you can: Overcome the most hopeless of circumstances Learn how to apply God’s Word for healing Build your faith for the miraculous Discover joy in the midst of suffering Receive comfort in times of trial 10 Hours to Live includes many other testimonies of people who have been supernaturally healed by the power of God.
Category: Religion

24 Hours To Live

Author : Jeffrey Thaler
ISBN : 9780595255856
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Fun!! Failure!! Jobs!! Sex!! Explore what have you chosen in the past, and what will you choose for yourself in the future through this story of one's final hours on this earth. Answer the deep questions peppered throughout the book by yourself, with your significant other/spouse, with your friends, or even at a party! Who says that examining your life can't be fun?! Whether you use this book as a self-help tool or an after-dinner conversation piece, it can help you choose to live a fuller life. For more information or to purchase additional copies of this book, please visit us on the web at http://www.beagreat.com/24hours.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Virus 72 Hours To Live

Author : Ray
Genre : Fiction
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“Virus -72 Hours to Live” Winner 2016 Summer eBook of the Year – Apple Literary Awards New Apple Literary Award Best Ebook 2016 "Virus-72 Hours to Live" Bk1 in the Virus/Earth II series. A "First Contact" can occur for many reasons, some good, some bad, some logical and some not. A suspicious virus that no one can explain hits Earth and creates an apocalyptic world. Where did it come from? Who created it? It doesn't act like any other virus that Earth has ever seen. As a result, the President of the United States and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs face the collapse of the government and military. Consequently, a ruthless warlord takes control of the Capital. He is kidnapping and killing people; he wants more and attacks the government. While on a trip to Europe, the President's wife and two children face the virus alone. Commander Joan Herl, Commander of the space station Oasis, must deal with the viral attack on the station. Also, she must find a way for the station to survive while supporting the moon and Mars colonies. Both colonies are dependent on their support. As a result, the moon colony has some options, but the virus has isolated and trapped the astronauts on Mars. Because of the isolation, they have few options for survival. While everyone deals with the crisis, two glaring realities appear. One, there is an intelligent computer is their only link to survival. Also, there is another computer that is following a different agenda. A conflict between the 'Good' computer and 'Evil' computer is inevitable. Eventually, all of them make difficult decisions, and the surviving humans find only one friend; SIMPOC. SIMPOC is the most advanced, 'thinking computer,' destined by programming to help. In addition to SIMPOC an engineering development unit's (EDU), only priority was
Category: Fiction

Lost 7 Hours To Live

Author : Lori Luczka
ISBN : 9781525538599
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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It was a beautiful early summer day on the Kootaney's one to remember. I was home, My town that I knew well and the people knew me. Carbon Compound helmet on I headed out for a bike ride up Grey Creek Pass. On my return that afternoon something went wrong, terribly wrong. This story shares the nearly 3 days I was missing, the struggle of the find and the fight to get through with my second chance at life, not forgetting the community that rallied around me and the family and friends that have supported me through everything. You will learn along the way the amazing coincidences that happened that helped give me my second chance and the determination and drive I still have within me.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

No Ordinary Time

Author : Doris Kearns Goodwin
ISBN : 1439126194
Genre : History
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Winner of the Pulitzer Prize No Ordinary Time is a monumental work, a brilliantly conceived chronicle of one of the most vibrant and revolutionary periods in the history of the United States. With an extraordinary collection of details, Goodwin masterfully weaves together a striking number of story lines—Eleanor and Franklin's marriage and remarkable partnership, Eleanor's life as First Lady, and FDR's White House and its impact on America as well as on a world at war. Goodwin effectively melds these details and stories into an unforgettable and intimate portrait of Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt and of the time during which a new, modern America was born.
Category: History

At The Precipice

Author : Jim Snell
ISBN : 9781462034581
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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After forty years as an electronics engineer, Jim Snell had a stroke that ended his career but not his life. In 2007, Jim suffered the fate of many Americans who do not eat nutritiously and who live a sedentary life—he had a stroke. Although it nearly took his life, it served as a new beginning. Reeling from the physical challenges presented by the stroke, Jim also had to learn to manage the underlying medical condition that had developed—type 2 diabetes. At the Precipice is the story of one man’s journey back to health. After three years of doing everything he was told to do—monitor his blood glucose, make better food choices, take his medications properly, and more—Jim gained control over his disease. But like many, he was frustrated by what he perceived as a chasm between what his doctors knew and what they were sharing with him. Like many new diabetics, he found himself lost in a sea of conflicting information, vague advice, advertisements for “miracle cures,” and the promise of impossible advances in non-medical supplements. Though overwhelmed, Jim applied his engineer’s mind to the task, and this memoir details his experiences. Living with diabetes is no longer the death sentence it was once thought to be. Jim Snell is proof of that, and his story was written to inspire others who have developed this increasingly common disease.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Science And Skiing

Author : E. Kornexl
ISBN : 9781135818104
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The first International Congress on Science and Skiing was held in Austria in January 1996. The main aim of the conference was to bring together original key research in this area and provid an essential update for those in the field. The lnk between theory and practice was also addressed, making the research more applicable for both researchers and coaches. This book is divided into five parts, each containing a group of papers that are related by theme or disciplineary approach. They are as follows: Biomechanics of Skiing; Fitness testing and Training in Skiing; Movement Control and Psychology in Skiing; Physiology of Skiing and Sociology of Skiing. The conclusions drawn from the conference represent an invaluable practical reference for sports scientists, coached, skiers and all those involved in this area.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Jim Rohn S 8 Best Success Lessons

Author : Chris Widener
ISBN : 9781613396896
Genre : Self-Help
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The top 8 success lessons of all time by Jim Rohn represent the most important success lessons taught by America’s Business Philosopher. Chris Widener, who was personally mentored by Jim Rohn for 7-years, takes an intimate look at the ideas that shaped the career of this motivational legend. Chris shares an insider’s view into the background behind Jim Rohn’s most popular ideas on success. In order to achieve success in business, these top 8 principles will act as a roadmap in your quest to achieve greatness. Chris has written books with Jim Rohn, travelled together and did business together with Jim on the world’ largest stages for professional speakers. Never before has a collection of Jim Rohn’s best ideas been distilled into a short 1-hour spa for the mind. Told by master speaker Chris Widener, these ideas will come alive as you seek to apply these success principles to your life.
Category: Self-Help

24 Hours At Waterloo

Author : Robert Kershaw
ISBN : 9781448133864
Genre : History
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‘One of the lancers rode by, and stabbed me in the back with his lance. I then turned, and lay with my face upward, and a foot soldier stabbed me with his sword as he walked by. Immediately after, another, with his firelock and bayonet, gave me a terrible plunge, and while doing it with all his might, exclaimed, “Sacré nom de Dieu!” ’ The truly epic and brutal battle of Waterloo was a pivotal moment in history – a single day, one 24-hour period, defined the course of Europe’s future. In March 1815, the Allies declared war on Napoleon in response to his escape from exile and the renewed threat to imperial European rule. Three months later, on 18 June 1815, having suffered considerable losses at Quatre-Bras, Wellington’s army fell back on Waterloo, some ten miles south of Brussels. Halting on the ridge, they awaited Napoleon’s army, blocking their entry to the capital. This would become the Allies’ final stand, the infamous battle of Waterloo. In this intimate, hour-by-hour account, acclaimed military historian Robert Kershaw resurrects the human stories at the centre of the fighting, creating an authoritative single-volume biography of this landmark battle. Drawing on his profound insight and a field knowledge of military strategy, Kershaw takes the reader to where the impact of the orders was felt, straight into the heart of the battle, shoulder to shoulder with the soldiers on the mud-splattered ground. Masterfully weaving together painstakingly researched eyewitness accounts, diaries and letters – many never before seen or published – this gripping portrayal of Waterloo offers unparalleled authenticity. Extraordinary images of the men and women emerge in full colour; the voices of the sergeants, the exhausted foot-soldiers, the boy ensigns, the captains and the cavalry troopers, from both sides, rise from the page in vivid and telling detail, as the fate of Europe hangs by a thread.
Category: History