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Born Of Legend

Author : Sherrilyn Kenyon
ISBN : 9781250082824
Genre : Fiction
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“It’s official Take a Psycho to Work Day. Why else would I be here?” Hunted. Hated. Betrayed. Outcast Dagger Ixur is on the run for his life. As one of the most recognizable members of his royal house, he has a bounty on his head that guarantees him no quarter from any friend or even family. But surrender isn’t in him. He will fight to the bitter end. A resolve that is sorely tested when he narrowly escapes a trap that leaves him severely wounded. With what he believes is his dying breath, he saves a boy born to an extinct race from a group out to enslave the kid for his legendary abilities. Ushara Altaan has spent her entire life hating the Andarion royal house that drove her entire species into virtual extinction. As a rare Andarion Fyreblood, she is sworn to end the existence of any royal she finds. But when Dagger saves her son’s life, she is torn between her people and a debt that can never be repaid. Yet worse than Dagger’s family that’s still out to end hers and him, are the League assassins after him who will stop at nothing to claim the lives of her Tavali family. The only hope she has to save them all is to put their future and her faith into the hands of the very enemy whose grandmother personally extinguished Ushara’s legendary lineage. But how can she ever trust Dagger when he is a disinherited outlaw whose real name is synonymous with betrayal?
Category: Fiction

Born To The Legend

Author : S.W. Darksson
ISBN : 9781631353529
Genre : Fiction
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A peasant boy, born with the mark of a three-thousand-year-old legend, kidnapped and sold into slavery. A general, bound by honor and duty, to command a vast army set out for conquest. A king, consumed by power and greed, accompanied by a dark wizard full of hatred and malice. A wizard of light, with visions of a young boy, and destinies entwined. Nionue led a simple life until the fateful day everything he knew had been taken from him. Set upon a path full of hardships and sorrow, he meets Cariaro, a general of commanding presence. Taken in and raised as the general’s own, he meets the love of his life and the happiness he seeks seems to finally be at hand. Yet he battles the destiny he does not desire. But that destiny cannot be ignored. Nionue must realize that despite his reluctance, he is… Born to the Legend.
Category: Fiction

Born Of The Wolf

Author : Samuel C. Brinley
ISBN : 9781469175751
Genre : Fiction
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George Wolf knows that there is something different about himself. Hes known it ever since he was born. But, it isnt until a mysterious stranger approaches him and tells him of his destiny, that he begins to go down the path that is being fore told to him. A werewolf that is destined to change the minds of man and bring the wolves back from sudden extinction. A destiny that George rushes into whole heartedly, not even knowing of the consequences. Haunted by constant visions of what lies before him. George tries to come to terms with his destiny. While at the same time still trying to live among the humans that are beginning to hate and fear him.
Category: Fiction

The Shengold Jewish Encyclopedia

Author : Mordecai Schreiber
ISBN : 9781589797253
Genre : Religion
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First published in 1957, this one-volume source for everything Jewish has delighted and instructed several generations in the English-speaking Jewish world. Fully updated through 2007, it provides snapshots and in-depth entries on every important Jewish personality, place, concept, event and value in Israel, the United States, and all other parts of the world.
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Raf Fighter Command Victory Claims

Author : John Foreman
ISBN : 0954620151
Genre : World War, 1939-1945
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This reference work will provide a vital tool for those researching the combats that took place over Europe, whether from the RAF or Luftwaffe view point.
Category: World War, 1939-1945

The Legend Of Queen Cama

Author : Bodhiraṅsī
ISBN : 0791437760
Genre : Philosophy
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An English translation and a commentary on the chronicle of Queen Cama, an important but neglected female monarch who founded a dynasty in Northern Thailand.
Category: Philosophy

The Vampire In Lore And Legend

Author : Montague Summers
ISBN : 9780486121048
Genre : Social Science
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Riveting study of vampirism in Europe — from vampires in Greek and Roman lore to their presence in Saxon England, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Russia, Romania, Bulgaria, and even modern Greece.
Category: Social Science

Hoosier Folk Legends

Author : Ronald L. Baker
ISBN : 0253203341
Genre : Social Science
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Gathers Indiana legends about premonitions, death, ghosts, haunted houses, special powers, witches, monsters, famous people, local heroes, outlaws, bottomless lakes, and local place names
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Tom Horn In Life And Legend

Author : Larry D. Ball
ISBN : 9780806145198
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Some of the legendary gunmen of the Old West were lawmen, but more, like Billy the Kid and Jesse James, were outlaws. Tom Horn (1860–1903) was both. Lawman, soldier, hired gunman, detective, outlaw, and assassin, this darkly enigmatic figure has fascinated Americans ever since his death by hanging the day before his forty-third birthday. In this masterful historical biography, Larry Ball, a distinguished historian of western lawmen and outlaws, presents the definitive account of Horn’s career. Horn became a civilian in the Apache wars when he was still in his early twenties. He fought in the last major battle with the Apaches on U.S. soil and chased the Indians into Mexico with General George Crook. He bragged about murdering renegades, and the brutality of his approach to law and order foreshadows his controversial career as a Pinkerton detective and his trial for murder in Wyoming. Having worked as a hired gun and a range detective in the years after the Johnson County War, he was eventually tried and hanged for killing a fourteen-year-old boy. Horn’s guilt is still debated. To an extent no previous scholar has managed to achieve, Ball distinguishes the truth about Horn from the numerous legends. Both the facts and their distortions are revealing, especially since so many of the untruths come from Horn’s own autobiography. As a teller of tall tales, Horn burnished his own reputation throughout his life. In spite of his services as a civilian scout and packer, his behavior frightened even his lawless companions. Although some writers have tried to elevate him to the top rung of frontier gun wielders, questions still shadow Horn’s reputation. Ball’s study concludes with a survey of Horn as described by historians, novelists, and screenwriters since his own time. These portrayals, as mixed as the facts on which they are based, show a continuing fascination with the life and legend of Tom Horn.
Category: Biography & Autobiography