A war threatens the lives of every soul. A prophecy holds the key to a powerful wand. An inexperienced leader must solve the mysteries to stop the war.
They thought they knew what magic could do....In the much anticipated sequel to The Wand-Maker's Debate, Osric continues his quest for answers to an ever-lengthening list of questions. Separated from his companions, each day it seems the mysteries of magic and intrigue grow. Osric must discover who is instigating a war, what secrets the unicorns are hiding, and what his increasing power and abilities might mean.
Mild-mannered janitor and superhero fanboy Dave Johnson gets all his wishes at once when an alien symbiote gives him supernatural powers. But what's he to do with them? Follow the zany adventures of the clueless custodian as he fights crime and corruption while trying to keep his family together and avoid being sued for copyright infringement....
"Quite possibly the worst book ever.."
As archaeologist Tom McCroy and his nephew, Lorton, prepare to map a recently discovered passageway that leads beneath the famous stone statue, little do they realize the danger that awaits. Hidden within the ancient catacombs is something incredible...and something terrible.
Iggy follows his kite through a rip in the sky. Behind the sky, he makes new friends and joins them on a quest to find a stolen musical instrument that plays the weather.
Six best-selling novels together in one omnibus, including: The Mystery of the Walking Statue (The Robot Twins, Book 1). When a priceless - and cursed - Egyptian statue suddenly disappears from a collector's home, Rick, Jed and their ingenious robot, Meek, are determined to find out the facts.
The race is on to find the true Garden of Eden, as a ruthless Russian billionaire, dying of a rare disease, will stop at nothing to find the Tree of Life and its alleged healing oils. Written in the tradition of Indiana Jones and The Mummy, Lost Eden is an epic adventure story about the search for the greatest archaeological discovery of all time: The Garden of Eden.
Hot shot Private Investigator Cole Ustick couldn't care less about politics. However, his boss thrusts Ustick into the world of Idaho politics by assigning him the case of gubernatorial candidate Ignacio Hernandez. Hernandez wants to find the women behind thinly sourced allegations of sexual misconduct against him that appeared in the state's largest newspaper.
Kent Barnum and Patrick Hall, both 15 years old, are busy excavating a tree trunk on Kent's rural Oregon farm when the unspeakable happens.
A collection of short stories by J. R. Rain. Vampire Rain - Some vampires don't die. Some vampires can't be killed. At least, not by mortals. Now, one ancient vampire takes it upon himself to rid the world of a deadly plague...himself.
“The Santa Call” - After accidentally forgetting his wife at home during a weekend getaway, ol' St. Nick returns to discover she's left him. At wit's end, Santa turns to a radio talk show for some much needed love advice. But will he win Mrs. Claus back in time to save Christmas?
Also included: “Mad Dog” - Mad Dog is a drunk. He was also once the top sports announcer in the country, announcing everything from Cotton Bowls to Super Bowls. Now he's washed up and looking for work.
This audiobook collects the first three books featuring Adam Graham's hero Powerhouse. In Tales of the Dim Knight, mild-mannered janitor and superhero fanboy Dave Johnson gets all his wishes at once when an alien symbiot gives him supernatural powers. But what's he to do with them? Follow his laugh-a-minute progress as he fights crime and corruption while trying to keep his family together and avoid being sued for copyright infringement.
"Great Superhero Novel."
Alien invaders have all but destroyed humanity. Stella McMasters, a retired naval officer, yearns to get in the war but knows she'll never get a chance. Then amazing things start to happen. After saving a comrade's life during a meltdown that almost kills her, physicians remove her radioactive flesh and turn her into a superhuman cyborg. She is then given command of her first ship and, against her better judgment, falls in love with its charismatic pilot.
"Not so great"
When a priceless - and cursed - Egyptian statue suddenly disappears out of a collector's home, Rick, Jed and their ingenious robot, Meek, are determined to find out the facts. Soon they are hot on a trail of international thieves and a mystery that spans millenniums, where danger lurks at every turn. Is the horrible curse of Ash-ba about to be fulfilled? Rick, Jed and Meek are about to find out.
In picturesque Springdale, California, one high school student's world is about to be rocked. Now, confused and hurting, Calvin is on a personal quest to find himself again and to make sense of a seemingly senseless world. In the process, he will befriend those who need help, fall in love with one very special girl, and face down a threat to everything he's fought so hard to hang onto.
Warren Buffett's rule number one: always win! If it seems too good to be true, it probably is! Always look at how much money the other guy is making when he trying to sell you something! Descriptive essays I wrote at DeVry University-Houston.
"Jack the Ripper" is the popular name given to a serial killer who killed a number of prostitutes in the East End of London in 1888. The name originates from a letter written by someone who claimed to be the killer published at the time of the murders. The killings took place within a mile area and involved the districts of Whitechapel, Spitalfields, Aldgate, and the City of London proper. He was also called the Whitechapel Murderer and "Leather Apron."
As Powerhouse, Dave Johnson has become a local legend in Seattle, but choruses of voices advise him that he's wasting his time defending the Emerald City. He's urged to take on more ambitious goals, like defending New York, being a full-time comic book executive, or becoming a bat-breaking evangelist. These questions are pushed into the background when Powerhouse is confronted with an unprecedented crime wave launched by the interdimensional warlord Varlock as part of his effort to help King Bel conquer the Earth.
He thought it'd be a simple case that would pay the bills. That's why ex-cop turned private investigator Jerry Newton agreed to protect a teacher who'd received some threatening letters. He couldn't know that someone would bomb the teacher's car. He didn't expect to meet a mysterious woman who'd reveal the future to him. He didn't plan on coming to grips with his past. And he never expected to debate the merits of putting a bullet through a man's skull to prevent a series of heinous crimes.
While backpacking, two friends come across a mysterious stranger who doesn't seem entirely of this world. Who he is will challenge everything the two friends believe about what's real and what's fantasy. And when a disaster threatens everyone, will the young stranger prove himself to be a hero? Or something else? Ultimately, a life-and-death decision must be made, but can one young man leave everything behind to save an entire world?