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Glaring Through Oblivion

Author : Serj Tankian
ISBN : 9780062087768
Genre : Music
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In this strikingly illustrated book of original poetry, System of a Down fans gain an intimate glimpse into the soul of the band's frontman, Serj Tankian. For fans stirred by the cerebral lyrics of SOAD albums Hypnotize, Mesmerize, Steal This Album!, Toxicity, and their first, self-titled breakthrough—and for everyone enthusiastic about Serj’s solo album, Imperfect Harmonies—this essential, one-of-a-kind collection of Tankian’s innermost thoughts and feelings is a must-read. Unique illustrations punctuate nearly 70 poems—almost none of which have ever been published before. Glaring through Oblivion is an indispensable find for any true fan.
Category: Music

To Live On Anyway

Author : Ann Hageus
ISBN : 9780988446854
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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To Live on Anyway documents one mother's struggle after losing her child in the catastrophic 2004 Tsunami. While having an ideal vacation in Thailand, Ann and her Swedish family were separated and devastated by this natural occurrence. From the impact of the wave, to the realization of the loss and her refusal to leave until her son, Gosta was found, Ann documents her struggles, pain and grief in a powerful, diary style. This book is about what many people would agree is the worst thing that can happen to someone, losing a child. It is about how to continue life and how to relearn to... live on anyway.
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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.

Mickey Price Journey To Oblivion

Author : John P. Stanley
ISBN : 9781933718996
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The moon is under threat of a nuclear meltdown due to a space station malfunction. Complicating things is the presence of pleurinium, a magnetic material that makes humans instantly, seriously ill--well, all humans who are 14 years old and up. Mickey Price is an orphan in Orlando; Trace Daniels is a go-kart champion in Nevada; Jonah Jones is a budding scientist in Illinois. They don't know each other, but they are all being watched and studied by men in white shirts, thin black ties, and distinctive gold-colored sunglasses. The three kids are invited to a NASA camp, but this camp isn't for summer fun. It's a training camp for a mission full of dangers that will test each of them to the maximum, but it's also an adventure full of thrills, fun, and some unexpected companions, not all of whom are human.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Oblivion Or Utopia

Author : Chiku Malunga
ISBN : 9780761849872
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book explains that efforts to reverse Africa's continuing underdevelopment have failed to date because they have not been consciously aimed at enabling Africa to turn its vast natural resources into wealth; here, Malunga proposes a five step strategy enabling the continent revolutionize and improve the system.
Category: Business & Economics

A Shepherd S Quest

Author : Tony Victor
ISBN : 9781480976412
Genre : Fiction
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A Shepherd’s Quest By: Tony Victor In a decaying Queens neighborhood, Joshua Hollis, a blind Baptist minister, struggles to save his church from foreclosure and certain demolition by developers. He works daily to maintain and repair his church and to keep his dwindling congregation alive. During his daily exercise routine he ponders on how to save his church and community. Despite his efforts, Joshua’s flock keeps waning and his mortgage falls long passed the bank’s deadline. With no hope in sight, Chantel Lewis walks into his life, as if by divine intervention. She tells a dubious story of a little known miraculous vessel, hidden inside a monastery at the base of a volcano in North Africa. It would surely bring fame and fortune to his church. Sheer desperation compels Joshua to embark on a perilous journey in search of the vessel. However, the evil he encounters along the way could have only been hatched out of hell itself. This is a journey of redemption, forgiveness, determination and, yes, the power of faith in the daily and eternal struggle of good versus evil.
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The Secret Of The Orchard

Author : Federico Carro
ISBN : 9788827862681
Genre : Fiction
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Long ago in a wondrous kingdom of flourishing beauty lived a king named Lenoire. One day he was granted one of the greatest gifts a man can ever receive, and instead of accepting this gift he refused it, sealing it up in the darkest depths of the wood far from any living being. Soon after this act the king fell ill, and both his health and his kingdom began a gradual decline. After his death his son Lejacke ascended to the throne, but because of a trivial conflict of pride with his sister Miriam he remained a prince, repudiating various responsibilities connected to true kingship. But despite everything his attempts to restore the kingdom to its former splendour were in vain. It was wracked by famine, poverty and the madness which now governed people's minds. The prince could do nothing in the face of the chaos which had set in. One day a mysterious man appeared before the prince, and after a private audience a pact was soon established. After this meeting, Lejacke abandoned the throne. The chaos and disorder, as well as the mysterious individual and the prince, all disappeared into nothingness. Over the years the monarchy fell apart and the kingdom became a village governed by pure fate. One day that secret pact was broken, setting off a chain of events which revolutionised people's destinies.
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Jerry Lee Lewis

Author : Joe Bonomo
ISBN : 9781441128652
Genre : Music
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A superb new study of Jerry Lee Lewis that's as intense and fast paced as the life of "The Killer" himself, from the height of fame to the bumpy road that followed "The category in which Jerry Lee Lewis truly belongs is 'Jerry Lee Lewis.' The Killer is as big as Mount Rushmore, and he's also as American, as revered, as clichéd, as misunderstood, as corny, and as taken for granted as that monument. The curse of iconoclastic American success. Elvis felt it, so does Dylan. So will others who haven't been born yet." The story of Louisiana hellcat Jerry Lee Lewis and his 1958 wedding scandal-it was discovered that at 22 he had married his 13-year old second cousin, Myra, before he was divorced from his second wife-long ago took precedence over the man himself and the music he makes. In Jerry Lee Lewis: Lost and Found, author Joe Bonomo lets others focus on the scandal and delves more deeply into the accidental intersection between fading American Rockabilly and ascending Beatlemania. By first taking a look at the critical years before his famed night in 1964 at West Germany's Star-Club - what that meant not only for him but the entire live album-making world - then the tumultuous years that follow, culminating in his time on the American Country charts in the late 60s/ early 70s, Bonomo brings Jerry Lee Lewis to life in new and fascinating ways. In spite of plummeting record sales and concert fees, a media savaging of his personal character, a change of record labels and management, and a considerable upturn in his drug and alcohol abuse, Jerry Lee Lewis has persevered. In between being betrayed and ignored, he would record one of the greatest rock & roll performances in history. Bonomo's thorough research includes new interviews with Live at the Star-Club producer Sigi Loch, members of the Nashville Teens, and other musicians and fans who were at the Star-Club performance, as well as with music industry figures ranging from famed Nashville producer Jerry Kennedy and legendary Memphis stalwart Jim Dickinson to Killer-influenced contemporaries John Doe and Dave Alvin. This passionate book examines and explains the almighty impact of the Father of Rock'n'Roll.
Category: Music

Deville S Contract

Author : Scott Zarcinas
ISBN : 9780987249548
Genre : Fiction
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Louis Hugo DeVille, CEO of the giant pharmaceutical company, Global Resolutions Network, suffers a heart attack in his office, only to wake up in the underground tunnels of LeMont International Enterprises. Louis has been headhunted by The Boss of the mega-corporation to help restructure its flagging corporate image, with the promise of limitless power and money. There's only one catch. He must sign an unbreakable contract, one that will bind his services to The Boss for an awfully long time. For eternity.
Category: Fiction