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The Prophetess

The Prophetess

Author: Barbara Wood
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
ISBN: 0446603805
Pages: 496
Year: 1997-11-01
It is December 1999. In the Sinai Desert, archaeologist Catherine Alexander has unearthed six ancient papyrus scrolls that reveal vital secrets--secrets that the world's governments would give anything to possess. But even more important, the seventh scroll is missing--and it contains a secret of unfathomable power. In a race against Armageddon, Catherine must outwit the FBI, Vatican operatives, and a sinister millionaire--to find that parchment.
My First Divorce

My First Divorce

Author: Sheryn George
Publisher: HarperCollins Australia
ISBN: 0730400409
Pages: 400
Year: 2010-01-31
From dream life to ex-wife ... it's just the beginning Caitlin Cooper is living life full-tilt - she's a red-hot television producer, her husband is gorgeous and devoted and her kids are bright and beautiful. She's launching her latest smash-hit reality show at a harbourside gala and her Gucci corset is a bit too tight, but that's not why she's holding her breath ... the two people she trusts more than anyone else in the world have just betrayed her. BIG tIME. Caitlin doesn't do breakdowns, but she didn't think she did scandal and divorce either. Now her biggest struggle is deciding whether to swear bloody revenge - or crawl under the doona and stay there. But she has a New-Age best friend, a very loud mother and two daughters with attitude, all intent on dragging her back into the world. A world that needs a total makeover on a professional as well as personal level. So there's no time for tears and Cait discovers she might just be able to get through anything - even her first divorce. 'George has a bouncy style that makes you giggle' Sunday telegraph on Miss Lonelyhearts
Blood of Tyrants

Blood of Tyrants

Author: Naomi Novik
Publisher: Del Rey Books
ISBN: 0345522893
Pages: 431
Year: 2013
Captain Laurence washes onto the shores of Japan with limited memories about his life, a situation that tests the strength of his bond with the dragon Temeraire.
Hearing and Understanding the Voice of God

Hearing and Understanding the Voice of God

Author: Frank A. DeCenso
Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers
ISBN: 0768489881
Pages: 256
Year: 2011-05-17
Nine gifted and God-loving authors share their personal experiences on topics ranging from supernatural and out-of-body experiences in the third heaven to prophecy and discernment. You will quickly realize through reading these thrilling stories that hearing God happens in many different ways, and you can learn how you can tune in to Him yourself. Incredible things happen when you listen for God’s voice—and when you ignore His promptings. Powerful and compelling stories challenge you into a deeper understanding about how to truly communicate with God.
Einstein and the Time Machine

Einstein and the Time Machine

Author: Luca Novelli
Publisher: Flashes of Genius
ISBN: 161373865X
Pages: 112
Year: 2017-06-01
Albert Einstein wasn't afraid to think for himself. And as a young man, he had little choice--after barely passing his final exams in college, he couldn't find a job in physics and had to take a job reviewing inventors' patent applications at an office in Bern, Switzerland. But in his free time he wrote papers with fantastical theories. That light is both a wave and a particle. That matter can become energy, and energy can become matter. That space can "bend" and time is relative. Other scientists ignored him at first, but in time would realize he was absolutely correct about nearly everything, and it turned the world of physics upside down. Einstein and the Time Machine is a fast-paced, entertaining biography of the greatest thinkers of the twentieth century. In addition to its lively story, it includes 190 illustrations, a glossary, and sidebars covering related topics, from time travel to the Nobel Prize to the origin of the universe--the Big Bang.


Author: Thomas More, George M. Logan
Publisher: W. W. Norton
ISBN: 039393246X
Pages: 316
Year: 2011
Inspiring, provocative, prophetic, and enigmatic, Utopia is the literary masterpiece of a visionary statesman and one of the most influential books of the modern world.
The Fatima Secret

The Fatima Secret

Author: Michael Hesemann
Publisher: Dell
ISBN: 030748470X
Pages: 268
Year: 2008-12-18
The truth about the vatican's most impenetrable secret, hidden for over eighty years! *On May 13, 1917, three young shepherds witness a vision of the Virgin Mary and hear the Holy Mother reveal three prophecies... *Elements of the first two prophecies have already come true: the end of World War I, the rise of Russia as a superpower, and the beginning of World War II... *The third secret was revealed in the year 2000, its details still shrouded in secrecy and controversy. What is the Vatican trying to hide? The Lady of Fátima left a final prophecy so powerful that no pope in over eighty years had dared reveal it. Why? The third secret is contained on a page of parchment written by the last surviving witness to the miracle...and hand delivered to the Pope. Even now, after the Vatican has released their version of the contents of the third secret, intense debate rages as to whether the Church has revealed the truth. Here, for the first time, is a complete inquiry into the mystery of Fátima: what the three shepherds really witnessed, the astonishing turn of their lives, the unfolding of the prophecies, and how the Fátima Secret has dominated Pope John Paul's reign and changed world history. Was the Fátima prophecy a warning to the Pope...or a vision so dire it must be suppressed at any cost? From the Paperback edition.
Kritik Der Wissenschaftlichen Vernunft

Kritik Der Wissenschaftlichen Vernunft

Author: Kurt Hübner
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226357090
Pages: 283
Year: 1983-01
A systematic critique of the notion that natural science is the sovereign domain of truth, Critique of Scientific Reason uses an extensive and detailed investigation of physics—and in particular of Einstein's theory of relativity—to argue that the positivistic notion of rationality is not only wrongheaded but false. Kurt Hübner contends that positivism ignores both the historical dimension of science and the basic structures common to scientific theory, myth, and so-called subjective symbolic systems. Moreover, Hübner argues, positivism has led in our time to a widespread disillusionment with science and technology.
On Not Knowing Greek

On Not Knowing Greek

Author: Virginia Woolf
ISBN: 1843916053
Pages: 76
Year: 2008
Taken from The Common Reader, these essays take the form of a series of reflections on diverse literary topics, brought to life by Woolf’s extensive knowledge, lively wit, and piercing insight. "For it is vain and foolish to talk of knowing Greek, since in our ignorance we should be at the bottom of any class of schoolboys, since we do not know how the words sounded, or where precisely we ought to laugh, or how the actors acted, and between this foreign people and ourselves there is not only difference of race and tongue but a tremendous breach of tradition."
Why We Like Music

Why We Like Music

Author: Silvia Bencivelli
Publisher: Music Word Media Group
ISBN: 193733001X
Pages: 177
Year: 2011
Ranging widely through discoveries in acoustics, emotion, healing, cognition, neuroscience, and infant development, Silvia Bencivelli covers the state of the art in research about our relationship with music and presents several possible conclusions.
Argentina's Angel

Argentina's Angel

Author: Erich Hackl
ISBN: 1939739233
Pages: 170
Year: 2014-03
Mendoza - a conservative provincial town in Argentina at the foot of the Andes. April 8, 1977 - the last day that Gisela Tenenbaum was seen alive. How does a family come to terms with the fact that their twenty-two-year-old daughter disappeared so many years ago? Was she kidnapped, tortured, murdered? How have her friends and companions fared? Gisi is gone and yet still present. Argentina's Angel tells the story of her family - Austrians of Jewish origin who fled to Argentina in 1939 -, of her committed struggle against injustice, and of her desperate, underground work for a cause that would ultimately be lost. Born in Steyr, Austria, in 1954, Erich Hackl is a prolific writer whose nonfiction novels elucidate issues of social injustice. He resides in Vienna and Madrid. Edward Larkin is a professor of German and the Humanities at the University of New Hampshire. Thomas Ahrens is a teacher, translator, and artist who works in international education at Berea College, Kentucky.
Force Unleashed Two

Force Unleashed Two

Author: Sean Williams
Publisher: Lucas Books
ISBN: 0345511549
Pages: 308
Year: 2010
A companion to the large-scale video game follow-up to Star Wars: The Force Unleashed being released in November 2010 is a novelization of key plots and themes based on game-play stories. 125,000 first printing. Video game tie-in.
The 5 Biological Laws

The 5 Biological Laws

Author: Andrea Taddei
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 1492317365
Pages: 180
Year: 2013-09-02
The 5 Biological Laws discovered by Dr. Hamer, they represent a new key of reading and understanding of all the defined processes called pathological. This book, in particular, deals in a very in-depth way the conflicts regarding the inherent conflicts of devaluation of the bones, the muscles and the articulations. A somatic map of reference, with which it is possible to go back in a precise and verifiable way to the bony and muscular pains, is illustrated. Furthermore, they are explained from the point of view of the 5 Biological Laws, most common and diffuse pathologies regarding the osteo-muscular system like: the arthritis, the arthrosis, the osteoporosis, the scoliosis, the herniated disc, the fibromyalgia, the rheumatoid arthritis and the valgus big toe. The book is composed by 2 sections: a first one, from the first to the tenth chapter, illustrates and explains the 5 biological laws, their meaning and what they involve; while from the eleventh to fifteenth chapter the conflicts, concerning the tissues resulted from the mesoderm, bones, muscles and articulations, are dealt. The book does not want to supply only a “prescription pad” of the map of the muscular, bony and articular pains, but it wants to make the reader understand the reason why, how, when and for how long the pains of the muscle-skeletal apparatus last in relation to the personal background.
A Dark Night Hidden

A Dark Night Hidden

Author: Alys Clare
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1444716689
Pages: 272
Year: 2007-08-16
Josse D'Acquin and the Abbess Helewise are appalled by the views of the fanatical new priest, Father Micah, but are even more horrified when his body turns up by the side of the road. Whatever his methods he was a man of God. And, when it appears that a band of evangelical heretics, who Micah condemned to the stake, might be behind his death, the Abbess is torn by her compassion for their suffering and her duty to the church. When Josse realises that his desires to save the heretics she cannot possibly condone, he is forced to act against her wishes, risking the greatest friendship he has. For the Abbess, her friendship with Josse is deepening the longer he stays at the abbey, as is her awareness of his attractions as a man. Meanwhile Joanna, Josse's former lover, lives hidden in the forest with their baby girl, Meggie. Joanna continues to learn the skills and secrets of the pagan forest people but it is only at her initiation that she realises what mysterious powers have been unleashed. Despite their wisdom however the forest people are both feared by and vulnerable to outsiders. When Joanna nurses an injured woman back to health, she and Meggie find themselves in mortal danger.


Author: Jake Bible
Publisher: Severed Press
ISBN: 192504727X
Pages: 228
Year: 2013-10-15
Whispering Pines is a classic, quiet, private American subdivision on the edge of Asheville, NC, set in the pristine Blue Ridge Mountains. Which is good since the zombie apocalypse has come to Western North Carolina and really put suburban living to the test! Surrounded by a sea of the undead, the residents of Whispering Pines have adapted their bucolic life of block parties to scavenging parties, common area groundskeeping to immediate area warfare, neighborhood beautification to neighborhood fortification. But, even in the best of times, suburban living has its ups and downs what with nosy neighbors, a strict Home Owners' Association, and a property management company that believes the words "strict interpretation" are holy words when applied to the HOA covenants. Now with the zombie apocalypse upon them even those innocuous, daily irritations quickly become dramatic struggles for personal identity, family security, and straight up survival. Welcome to normal life in Z-Burbia!