It was a year and a day ago that the great orcs of Narkisim appeared, jumping right out of the stories that old nannies used to tell the children to frighten them. Nobody thought they were real anymore, and everyone assumed that they had just been made up like the boogeyman or the monsters that live under your bed. But they were real. In my short 12 years of life I have never faced such a grim reality, but now I realize that my dad and I may not escape this ordeal alive.
In 1917, the world was embroiled in a terrible war, the likes of which had never been seen nor imagined. Canada, still a dominion of Great Britain, was early in the fight and sent seven-and-a-half percent of its population to fight for King and Country, ultimately contributing a force of more than 600,000 soldiers, nurses and chaplains. In April of that year, the entire Canadian Expeditionary Force, fighting together for the first time, battled their way to the top of Vimy Ridge in northern France.
"Engaging story and engrossing history"
David Joseph's "The Great Hijacking", "Putin's Shoot-Down", and "The Bully" all bundled into one book titled Putin and MH370/MH17. A Boeing 777 takes off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport and rendezvouses behind an American tanker refueling fighters, thus falling in its radar. Chinese military computer hackers break into a key defense satellite, a North Korean cargo ship drops a black box into the Indian Ocean, and a home flight simulator has traces of island landings in the Indian Ocean. All the events combine to produce a perfect storm for "The Great Hijacking".
"Cool Military Stories"
This is a true story of inspiration and determination. How do you deal with blindness, kidney failure, discrimination and a guide dog that tries to kill you? These are just some of the stories Pervez relates about his eventful life with a combination of tear jerking moments and hilarious real life events.