Phoenix in My Fortune

Author: R.L. Naquin

Publisher: Carina Press

ISBN: 1426899564

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

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A Monster Haven Story, book six When Zoey Donovan found out monsters are real, her life changed—mostly for the better. Since then, she's fought bad guys, saved the world a time or two and earned the love of a growing family of humans and Hidden creatures alike. But the danger that's chased her from the beginning is finally here. Shadow Man, aka The Last Hidden, has stepped out of the story humans wrote for him and into the real world, hell-bent on stealing children. Fiction has become reality and Shadow Man intends to break the Covenant, reclaim the Hidden, and kill all Aegises along the way…triple bad news for Zoey and her mother, the only two Aegises still alive. Zoey will have to rescue the stolen kids and hunt down the most terrifying villain humanity has ever imagined. But how can she fight a creature only invented a few years ago? If Shadow Man triumphs, the world as she knows it will end. If Zoey succeeds in driving him out, the people she loves the most may be lost to her forever. 69,685 words

Knowing the Facts about Divination Practices and Occult "Games"

Author: John Ankerberg,John Weldon

Publisher: ATRI Publishing

ISBN: 1937136833

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 102

View: 4090


Divination has existed in all cultures throughout history. It is the attempt to predict or control one's future or to gain access to hidden information by the assessment of various indicators or use of particular implements. Some “Christian” diviners have pointed to biblical examples of divination in order to justify their practices. This book examines where the power comes from; explains how the various implements (including games) are used; and warns of the potential dangers.

Encyclopedia of New Age Beliefs

Author: John Ankerberg,John Weldon

Publisher: Harvest House Publishers

ISBN: 9781565071605

Category: Religion

Page: 670

View: 1574


This comprehensive, indexed volume includes short, one-page listings of pertinent facts about a particular movement, its founder, how it claims to work, scientific evaluations done, and its potential dangers. Some topics covered are angels, visualization, shamanism, hypnosis, new age medicine and martial arts.

The Phantom of the Earth

Author: Raeden Zen

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 136584238X

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

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Herbert's DUNE meets Banks' THE PLAYER OF GAMES in THE PHANTOM OF THE EARTH, a spellbinding science fiction epic set deep underground after the fall of civilization on Earth's surface. Here are the five thought-provoking postapocalyptic stories that lovers of science fiction can't stop talking about, gathered together in one volume for the first time. At the center of the conflict lie the Selendias of Piscator, founders of the resistance with an uncanny connection to the zeropoint field; and the Barão Strike Team, three researchers tasked with finding a cure to the Reassortment Strain, the plague that nearly wiped humanity from the Earth. Traveling from the uninhabitable but pristine surface to the habitable but inhospitable underground, this is a story about dedication to dreams, battle for survival, discovery and connection, song and celebration, undoing past misdeeds, and sacrifice for the greater good.

The Descent Into the Maelstrom: The Phantom of the Earth, Book Four

Author: Raeden Zen

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1329790421

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

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In THE DESCENT INTO THE MAELSTROM, newborns Oriana and Pasha Barão are developed in preparation for the Harpoons, while Champion Gwendolyn Horvearth campaigns for Antosha Zereoue's bid to oversee Project Reassortment. Meanwhile, Jeremiah Selendia teaches his youngest son, Connor, more about his heritage and telepathic abilities, and a renewed accord leads the Beimeni Polemon to a city long forgotten. Will Oriana and Pasha earn a bid during the Harpoon Auction? Is Connor ready to confront the Liberation Front's deadliest foe? Can Gwen accept her new role at Antosha's side? The young grow up fast in Beimeni, and this new generation's choices will shape the fate of transhumankind.

The Phoenix Guards

Author: Steven Brust

Publisher: Orb Books

ISBN: 9781429997317

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

View: 7074


Khaavren of the House of Tiassa is a son of landless nobility, possessor of a good sword and "tolerably well-acquainted with its use." Along with three loyal friends, he enthusiastically seeks out danger and excitement. But in a realm renowned for repartee and betrayals, where power is as mutable as magic, a young man like Khaavren, newly come from the countryside, had best be wary. His life depends on it. And so does the future of Draegara. Set in the same world as Stephen Brust's beloved Vlad Taltos books, The Phoenix Guards is a fantasy rewrite of The Three Musketeers—a swashbuckling tale of adventure. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Listen Here

Women Writing in Appalachia

Author: Sandra L. Ballard,Patricia L. Hudson

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

ISBN: 0813143586

Category: History

Page: 712

View: 7189


Listen Here: Women Writing in Appalachia is a landmark anthology that brings together the work of 105 Appalachian women writers, including Dorothy Allison, Harriette Simpson Arnow, Annie Dillard, Nikki Giovanni, Denise Giardina, Barbara Kingsolver, Jayne Anne Phillips, Janice Holt Giles, George Ella Lyon, Sharyn McCrumb, and Lee Smith. Editors Sandra L. Ballard and Patricia L. Hudson offer a diverse sampling of time periods and genres, established authors and emerging voices. From regional favorites to national bestsellers, this unprecedented gathering of Appalachian voices displays the remarkable talent of the region's women writers who've made their mark at home and across the globe.

Finding the Phoenix

Author: Cecelia

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1469780496

Category: Self-Help

Page: 164

View: 4514


In and out of therapy since she was sixteen, Cecelia read everything she could find written by others who experienced child abuse or sexual abuse. These books related the facts of the events. They didn't really offer any understanding of what it takes to recover. When your spirit has been spent you don't know where to begin. How do you learn to love, when you were raised without love? How do you learn that you are loveable? How do you learn to love yourself? How do you learn to forgive? First and foremost, I hope that others like myself will find within these pages a few ideas or tools to use to create a better life for themselves. Life is after all what you choose to make it. The power to change your life for the better is within you. You just have to find it. For the general public, I hope to give a glimpse of the pain, turmoil, rage, confusion, numbness, frustration, disappointment, and malcontent we find ourselves saddled with. In this way they may be able to recognize how they can become instrumental in helping someone who is silently screaming for help.

David and the Phoenix - Illustrated

Author: Edward Ormondroyd

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1609772954

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 85

View: 3927


David has no greater wish than to explore the mountains behind his new home in North Carolina and as he does he finds a wonder never dreamed of, the Phoenix. The Phoenix introduces David to an endless list of his friends from mythology and in the process opens David's eyes to the wide world both the unseen world and seen world. In the unseen world David and the Phoenix share many adventures all the while a scientist is trying to capture the Phoenix to prove to the world that the bird is real. The phoenix takes David on "educational field trips" to meet sea monsters, fauns and other creatures. Plus they hatch a hysterical plot to scare off an over eager scientist from the phoenix's trail. David learns some valuable lessons about life, one is that nothing remains the same as one grows up. The other is... well perhaps you should read the book yourself and find your own lessons within the pages. A well written story, "David and the Phoenix" has no particular time setting so that it could very well be placed in current time. It brings back to me memories of times when life was much simpler, more pleasant and without the problems we as adults face. It's a story of childhood and the dreams that children of every age share and which we all to soon leave behind. Of course, there is the traditional fiery death of the phoenix in the story.