The conclusion of the critically-acclaimed Watchers series! A great victory has been won, but the war is far from over. The Boy-King now needs his bride...and his heir. Only the young officers of the Watch can stop him. But they have their own battles to face and their own demons to fight. And those inner demons are not proving so easy to control as they are lured to the blood-soaked moors of Culloden for the final confrontation.
The dead are rising. A new darkness is fast approaching. Victory is close - but will the hands of Martin and Sean be too bloodied for them to grasp it?
The old wall is a border: England and Scotland, South and North, light and darkness. It is 1745, and the long-awaited night as come. The Bloodking calls his army to battle, and armed with the powers of the undead and the damned, he will bring them South to claim his birthright: The throne of Britain. Only the old Watchers on the wall stand in his way. They, their swords, and their faith. But too much time has passed and the Watch has grown slack and ill-prepared for the coming war.
It is 1745. The forces of the Boy-King have decimated Milecastle. The Thane is dead, another chosen, and Mary Campbell has been taken by the Boy-King as his unholy bride. The town is a scene of carnage and the Watchers have failed…but they may yet have a chance at redemption. Can Martin be a leader to his people in their time of need?
There's something you should know about my dad. He's always inventing! When I asked him why Japanese Americans left their homes during World War Two, Dad decided to create the coolest invention ever. My brothers and I knew Dad's solar-powered machine would be amazing. We just had no idea that Dad was about to send us on a breathtaking adventure through history!
My Solar-Powered History to War-Torn China is Book 3 in the My Solar-Powered History series. You can imagine how thrilled Benson, O'Malley, and I all are when Grandma Lucy leaves her goat farm in Washington and heads up north for an Alaskan vacation. But what are the mysterious books she is carrying inside her locked suitcase? Benson decides to find out for himself, but by the time the rest of us go after him in Dad's solar-powered history machine, Benson is lost somewhere in war-torn China.
Set several years in the future, 16-year-old Ricky Romanello, a college freshman, is playing basketball when he collapses and winds up in a coma suffering from a powerful flu that hits the U.S. population causing deaths and a dramatic economic slowdown. Research scientist Dr. Mandy Fox has been developing an anti-aging drug that she believes might also eradicate the flu. The government rushes approval for the drug as Ricky and the rest of the population soon discover there is an unintended side effect.
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When a painting is stolen from nine-year-old Cody Greene's family's art gallery, he does what any artist does best: He sketches the clues. Through cooking with his friend, visiting the midwife with his mom, hiking with his dad, and helping to prepare for an upcoming arts-and-crafts festival, Cody's homeschooling takes a new turn as he unravels the Case of the Rainbow Mystery.
From the day of his birth it is very clear that Little Bear will never be a great warrior. His not being able to breathe properly will always stand in the way. Will he, at the age of twelve, be able to go on the dangerous, lonesome journey that will make him a warrior? Tanawa-ke, the village's medicine man, seems to be the only one who believes he can.
Once a happy family man, Kealan now spends his days walking aimlessly and crashing in his friend's spare room. It never seems to matter how much he walks, because his shadow is always there. When he meets younger Valerie, an inquisitive and sensitive soul, a few rays of light begin to penetrate his dark curtains. But what about her jealous ex? How is it that some things inevitably tie together? And where does one's shadow lead to?