A TRAIL OF FIRE

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A Trail Of Fire

Author : Diana Gabaldon
ISBN : 9781409144496
Genre : Fiction
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Four extraordinary stories featuring characters from the bestselling Outlander series. The fiery trails of tracer bullets, as a wounded Spitfire falls from the sky. A Jamaican plantation burns deep into the night. A handful of heroic Highlanders fight their way straight up a vertical cliff to stand on the Plains of Abraham in a fiery dawn. And a torch burns green, through the eerie surrounds of a Parisian cemetery, down into the mysteries of the earth. Four Outlander tales, each set in a different time and place, and yet each one a fiery thread in the warp and weft of the epic story that began in Scotland in 1945, when Claire Randall first touched a boulder in an ancient stone circle and was hurled back in time...
Category: Fiction

A Trail Of Fire For Political Cinema

Author : Javier Campo
ISBN : 178320916X
Genre : Documentary films
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Marking the 50th anniversary of the premiere of La Hora de Los Hornos (The Hour of the Furnaces) (Getino and Solanas, 1968), A Trail of Fire for Political Cinema is an edited collection that closely analyses the film, looking to the context and the socio-political landscape of 1960s Argentina, as well as the film's legacy and contemporary relevance. Attention is paid to the corpus of political documentaries made between 1968 to 1976, including those that marked the last coup d'état in Argentina, to emphasize how formal and thematic trends relate to their Argentinian social context. In order to highlight The Hour of the Furnaces's contemporary relevance as a form of politically engaged activism, the book will also look at Fernando Solanas's documentary output in the twenty-first century.
Category: Documentary films

Trail Of Fire

Author : M. T. Deason
ISBN : 9781438920771
Genre : Fiction
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The story of Toab and Doc who are traveling back west after returning to Alabama to pay off Toabs debts. They find a wagon train going west and join up with them and this is where their adventure begins. They are hired to find one woman's husband who has disapeared. In the process Doc has a run in with a member of an out law gang which causes a collison course with them which turns even more deadly when it is found Toab has a bounty on him that the outlaws want to collect. Toab and Doc are faced with defending themselves and the girls that they met on the wagon train. there is no backing up for Toab and Doc, and with Toab's since of responsability they will do all they can to make these out laws pay for all the evil they have done.
Category: Fiction

Bob Frost A Trail Of Pennies

Author : Stephen J. Napolitano
ISBN : 9781450065443
Genre : Self-Help
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This collection of thoughts and ideas came from an outcry of pain and suffering. Many people are in need to be listened to and call for action. I just wanted to freestyle with writing and help those believe in themselves. The more I wrote, the larger the readership grew. I received correspondence from all over on how a certain story helped them in some way. Sometimes I was asked to write something to inspire an event that was coming up and it ended up inspiring the masses. My intention was simple just to write what I felt on certain things and remind people how important and special they are. There are many people that feel lost and need guidance and I assumed a role to simply guide those lost souls. Most people I have encountered never were lost. They were just sidetracked off their path or journey. The snowball effect happened as I wrote more and these are a collection of my most favorite stories. These aren’t mine; they belong to you, the reader. They have helped so many and I hope they help a new group of people by getting the word out. Bob Frost was created a while ago for my love of Robert Frost. I first heard “Nothing Gold Can Stay” from “The Outsiders” and fell in love with the poem. I’ve been studying his many quotes and poems, and made me look up to him as a writer, mentor and even friend. I took his name in celebration of his work and wishful thinking. I joined an anonymous website to express some personal issues in my life and quickly found others just like me. People had gotten to know me as “Bob” and I stuck with it. My real name, real life, make no difference and I preferred to remain an unknown person writing to many people about what they wanted to talk about. Some chose to write about happy things and some wanted to vent and get some answers. To me, it’s the never ending quest for wisdom and knowledge. I possess none or pretend that I do. These stories are just my opinions, not facts. I don’t have a degree in anything other than “life”. I’m a middle class male in America trying to find my own way in life, my path. I don’t boast a PhD in anything other than hard knocks. I love to write and I enjoy helping others effortlessly. If I don’t have an answer for you, I’ll find out one and help you any way I can. I’m here to live my life and walk my path. What I didn’t realize is that while I live my life I encounter others on my path. Some are looking for guidance; some are looking for a helping hand. Some people just ignore and keep on walking. I refuse to believe in that way of thinking. As much as I argue with others about what I do, I feel the personal need to listen to every voice that write or talks to me. It makes for a difficult life for me, but the rewards mean more to me than anything. You have to sacrifice so much to be happy. You have to sometimes put everything and everyone aside and believe me, I did at first. I lost a lot but later found out it was the others that lost me. It took a long, vigorous process for me to accept the fact that not everyone is going to accept me. I’ve tried my whole life to be accepted and I still feel as if I’m not totally a part of society. So I write on and hopefully help others feel comfortable and at ease. I have always been an empath and that alone is a pain that I wouldn’t wish on anyone. Believe me, it’s mostly my own fault for being so naïve, but like I stated before, the rewards are limitless. So many people have thanked me and told me stories of success. The last couple of years I’ve told that I should publish my writing and try to get this message out to as many people as I can. After much thought, I decided to go for it. This book represents who and what “Bob Frost” is. I hope I don’t come off as pompous, but I finally separated myself from my alter ego. I am an individual and that’s why I have come out and did this. I don’t use politics or religion in my writing. I feel the human soul is enough of a religious and political struggle within you. I don’t use it a
Category: Self-Help

Trail Of Fire

Author : Daniel K. Norris
ISBN : 9781629986838
Genre : Religion
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With compelling, page-turning stories never before heard—some from the library of late evangelist Steve Hill—Trail of Fire describes moments in history when people encountered God and went on to transform their communities. A fresh revival is coming. Daniel Norris engages readers with themes and foundational principles related to revival. Each chapter reads like a novel rather than a historical treatise and provides action steps that readers can implement to cultivate and sustain revival in their lives and spheres of influence. Now is the time for those who hunger for renewal in their spiritual lives and are tired of the dull, dry routine of religious motion to boldly seek God for a revival in their land.
Category: Religion

On The Trail Of The Bushman

Author : Anita Daher
ISBN : 9781554690138
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Colly, Jaz, and Shelby know something is wrong with their friend Tommy Toner, but the Junior Canadian Ranger can't bear to tell his old friends his terrible secret.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

On The Trail Of Genghis Khan

Author : Tim Cope
ISBN : 9781408839881
Genre : Travel
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The relationship between man and horse on the Eurasian steppe gave rise to a succession of rich nomadic cultures. Among them were the Mongols of the thirteenth century – a small tribe, which, under the charismatic leadership of Genghis Khan, created the largest contiguous land empire in history. Inspired by the extraordinary life nomads still lead today, Tim Cope embarked on a journey that hadn't been successfully completed since those times: to travel on horseback across the entire length of the Eurasian steppe, from Karakorum, the ancient capital of Mongolia, through Kazakhstan, Russia, Crimea and the Ukraine to the Danube River in Hungary. From horse-riding novice to travelling three years and 10,000 kilometres on horseback, accompanied by his dog Tigon, Tim learnt to fend off wolves and would-be horse-thieves, and grapple with the extremes of the steppe as he crossed sub-zero plateaux, the scorching deserts of Kazakhstan and the high-mountain passes of the Carpathians. Along the way, he was taken in by people who taught him the traditional ways and told him their recent history: Stalin's push for industrialisation brought calamity to the steepe and forced collectivism that in Kazakhstan alone led to the loss of several million livestock and the starvation of more than a million nomads. Today Cope bears witness to how the traditional ways hang precariously in the balance in the post-Soviet world.
Category: Travel