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Wilbur Smith returns with the eagerly awaited sequel to his thrilling Egyptian series. Following on from River God, The Seventh Scroll and Warlock, The Quest continues the story of the Warlock, Taita, wise in the lore of the ancient Gods and a master of magic and the supernatural. Egypt is struck by a series of terrible plagues that cripple the Kingdom, and then the ultimate disaster follows. The Nile fails. The waters that nourish and sustain the land dry up.
A person's greatest possession is definitely his health. All the riches of this world cannot measure up to the wealth possessed by a healthy man. True enough, your health is your most precious wealth. No amount of riches can buy you a better body part or system. Therefore, you should take care of your own health in the best possible way that you can. Most of us consult with a doctor at least once a year. These doctors check our health through the traditional medical way that they are all trained to do.
Conrad's truly first short story, written during his honeymoon (1896), published in The Savoy periodical, 1896, and collected in Tales of Unrest, 1898. A Breton farmer, returning from national service, takes over the family farm and marries a local girl, hoping to have sons who will inherit the family farm and carry on his own traditions. All appears to be going to plan, when the first pregnancy produces twin boy. But the children turn out to be mentally disabled....
His name was Kevin but his keepers called him Zoo Boy. He didn't talk. He hid under tables and surrounded himself with a cage of chairs. He hadn't been out of the building in the four years since he'd come in. He was afraid of water and wouldn't take a shower. He was afraid to be naked, to change his clothes. He was nearly 16. Desperate to see change in the boy, the staff of Kevin's adolescent treatment center hired Hayden. As Hayden read to him and encouraged him to read, crawling down into his cage of chairs with him, Kevin talked.
Ling and Ting are twins. They share a birthday. They bake cakes, and they make birthday wishes. They tell stories and wrap gifts. They also share a birthday secret! Have fun with Ling and Ting! They stick together and look alike. But they are not exactly the same.
When I was thirteen years old, a lethal plague spread among humans all over Bulgaria. They started dying at alarming numbers. Nerina, my older sister, was fifteen years old. We were not infected because we are vampires. Survivors took asylum in other countries, leaving my sister and me without humans to feed from.
Edwin Klein's iconic downtown toy store is hanging by a thread. The end is near, but he won't accept it. The store is all he has left of his wife and he can't let it go. Failure and loss have led him to a dark place. After a chance encounter with a shoplifter, he stumbles upon the help of Amelia Cook, who is struggling with her own loss. Through one holiday season the two of them hatch a plan to save the store and in turn touch the lives of everyone they know.
Love Born On A Wagon Train Headed West, is an emotional wagon train love story full of drama and love and regret and optimism and just about every other human feeling you can imagine. A young woman, professionally trained cook to a small wagon train, is heading west and towards a new life and career. She hopes to push some of the bad experiences in her past out of her mind and replace them with better ones.
Finally, after 14 years, it is finally here, painstakingly recreated and retyped exactly as it was back in the year 1999. Every typo, grammar error, and format choice in detail, Space Disasters makes its debut, now complete with a brand new cover design. Randall, part of the E.L.S.E. program is on a space mission and is sent back in time when his spaceship inadvertently flies through a black hole.
Thirty classic Chinese tales, carefully selected from Chinese history and literature, capture scenes, perspectives, and attitudes reflecting the Chinese spirit across thousands of years. Editor's commentary follows each story, comparing eastern and western culture through anecdotal and academic analysis. Easily accessible to learners of all ages and abilities, this collection is an excellent introduction to Chinese culture, as well as the perfect resource for listeners who want to reconnect with their heritage.
It doesn't matter if you are just for the first time looking into going boating, this boating guide will get you on the right track to a fun filled experience. Who wants to spend all that money on a big boat and not have the time to use it anyway? Do you or someone you know want a better boating experience? If so, pay close attention! There's finally a new audiobook created just for people like you! This audiobook covers everything there is to know about boating and it's understandable to the average person!
Kate Chopin is a widely considered a forerunner to the feminist authors of the twentieth century. Focusing on themes of race andgender, her short stories largely center on life in rural Louisiana. In "A Pair of Silk Stockings," a young woman unexpected finds herself with fifteen dollars.Inspired by her newfound wealth, she ignores her natural impulses and indulgesin a day of luxurious abandon. A wistful rumination on loss and the illusion ofcontrol, "A Pair of Silk Stockings" is Chopin at her absolute best.
For Ruby Pepperdine, the "center of everything" is on the rooftop of Pepperdine Motors in her donut-obsessed town of Bunning, New Hampshire, stargazing from the circle of her grandmother Gigi' s hug.
More than fireworks explode between Cade and Bayleigh when she discovers the real reason he relentlessly pursued her, but by then it's too late, because she's already been drawn into a deadly game of desire, deception and revenge.
Monika Hell seemed to have it all. She was gorgeous, owned a nice condo, an expensive car, an endless wardrobe, and had a great job as a store manager in the mall. Kidnapped from the mall parking lot on Christmas Eve, her life is turned upside down. Now, on Christmas morning, she finds herself in a freezing alley with nothing but the tattered clothes on her back. With no identification, no money, and no one willing to help, Monika is forced to start all over.
There are two smoking guns provided in this audiobook. One describes the advantage that the UK Square Mile took in the financial fleecing of the United States. The second is the advantage Israel took in establishing a financial incentive to neocons, Rothschilds, and other UK wealth to push for regime change in the Middle East. The Anglo-American Empire has adopted a plan for dominance in the Middle East. This dominance taken to its logical conclusion is dangerous and is based upon greed and power. The USA has been abused by both the UK and Israel in this process.
For decades, hidden from the public eye, William Morris agents made the deals that determined the fate of stars, studios, and networks alike. Mae West, Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe, Danny Thomas, Steve McQueen--the Morris Agency sold talent to anyone in the market for it, from the Hollywood studios to the mobsters who ran Vegas to the Madison Avenue admen who controlled television.
A family's camping trip into The Great Smoky Mountains National Park turns humorous when a resident Sasquatch decides to rearrange items left on a picnic table by their anal-retentive father.
For whom is this book? This book is for anybody feeling the need of some ideas to start him/her writing a story. It can serve both a practicing writers with large experience, needing a quick idea, and somebody who is just starting as a would-be writer. As well as those who want a writing practice - a task, an exercise, which they would try to accomplish as good as possible. This book is a collection of 30 different Heroine Profiles, plus some information about the Hero (the Heroine's partner) and a sketch of the plot.
Wherever your home is, it’s probably not as tough as Gary, Indiana. Gary has been called a lot of things. The Armpit of Chicago. The Land of Robbing Hoods. Hell. For the children of Gary, living often boils down to surviving. Maybe these kids get caught up in games of gin rummy. Maybe they spin tops as a way to scratch something fun out of their desperation. Maybe they stand by helplessly as their tenement buildings go up in flames. Or maybe they get held up at gunpoint by somebody who wants more money than he could steal from his church collection box.