Sam Hawthorne has lived a nomadic life, wandering through small Midwestern towns for the past two decades. He is known among the people he meets as an oddity and a troublemaker. He has a secret, however; one that has given him the chance to help dozens of people over the years. But that secret has also created a trail, and now someone with violent intentions has begun to follow it.
"Longtime Lore Listener, Sorely Disappointed"
It's high time you question the myths that have been passed down over the centuries. Are these myths just myths, or is there a possibility of unexplained phenomenon around you? Science could not have possibly covered every bit of this universe, or even the planet for that matter. Are those who have witnessed these events actually crazy? Or have they actually encountered what you do not yet believe? Does science define everything around you? Or are these stories a cover for something bigger?
Political philosophy is the study of the ethical relationships between individuals, society, and the state. In this Libertarianism.org Guide, professor Jason Brennan provides a working knowledge of many of the major issues, ideas, and arguments in philosophy.
Our world stands at the crossroads. An enemy is coming. An enemy so ancient that time itself becomes meaningless. Six most unlikely heroes are all that stand between life and the total desolation of our world, perhaps the universe. Six that will defend us, fight for us, regardless of the consequences to themselves. No one else can do it, no one else knows what is coming.
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Parents, do you have a child in your family who is particularly interested in flying saucers, ghosts, monsters, and other bizarre topics that fall outside the normal school curriculum? If so, congratulations. Chances are you have a son or daughter of above average IQ. The greatest minds of the 20th century - people like Einstein, Lilly, Heisenberg, Goodall, and Tesla - accomplished what they did because they were willing to "think outside the box" and explore the fringe regions of what we call "reality".
They say our 20s is the time in our lives when we truly discover ourselves. The problem is, J. has been an awkward 25-year-old for nearly a century and still hasn't figured it out yet. When his 100th birthday rolls around, J realizes that he has put so much of his life into denying his true nature that he has somehow forgotten to live it along the way. So, J sets out with renewed determination to finally be a part of the world he has so desperately been clinging to. But a botched attempt to save Angie's life turns his world upside down....
Jake went to his father's cabin to say good bye, and sort out his own emotions after his father's violent death. But he quickly finds out he isn't the only one in the woods. Something's stalking him, and he isn't sure it's human.