What would you do if you found out everything you believed in was a lie? “Mad Max meets The Wizard of OZ” Alone in the hostile Wilderness where starving feral dogs and kilted wild men roam, Adara must rely on her combat skills if she is to survive her perilous trek through the ravaged terrain of NotSoGreatBritAlbion to find her missing bro and discover the truth behind her destiny. During her journey through the ravaged terrain, her search is jeopardised by lustful Woodsmales, savage Wolfies, and corrupt monks in the Monastery in the Clouds who try to use her special powers for evil. Yet Amongst the outcasts and deviants she encounters, Adara finds unlikely friendships that help her come to terms with her vocal ability and realise her true potential as a Bringer and powerful weapon. ‘I loved the unique language...A brilliant and unique read for adults and young adults alike.’ If you enjoy reading books that are different, have a strong storyline with offbeat characters, and quirky language, then you will love Echoes from the Lost Ones. It is a great addition to the dystopian/Sci-fi tradition of authors such as - Suzanne Collins, Veronica Roth, Bella Forest, Patrick Ness, Ursula K. Le Guin and Margaret Atwood.
Book 2 in the The Song of Forgetfulness Sci-fi Dystopian Adventure Series
Author: Nicola McDonagh
Publisher: Nicola McDonagh
Echoes from Eternity extends the research work commenced with the best-selling book Glimpses of Eternity into new areas. More than twenty new firsthand accounts of persons who dies, entered the Spirit World, and returned are reported. Scientists call such events near-death experiences (NDEs). Sixty-eight case studies are dicumented and analyzed for unusual patterns and parallels with LDS scriptures. the author's continuing research confirms previous findings and also reveals new and unexpected insights. Several of those who experienced NDEs tell of having seen themselves in a pre-mortal environment making choices about their future life on earth. Some children't experiences are recorded, and their innocence and candor sheds additional light on the subject of death and the hereafter. Some of the interviewed individuals went through extensive NDEs, and their vivid recollections are described in detail. the first part of the book documents recorded interviews of the persons who traveled beyond the veil of this life and returned. Their accounts are recorded in full, without editorial comment. In the second part of the book, those experiences are analyzed by the author, based on his extensive previous research in this area and in the context of LDS scriptures and teachings. These two approaches combine to make a powerful witness that life after death is not to be feared. One lady, whose account is typical of many of the responses, said, I don't think people should be afraid of dying. I've lost all fear of death since my experience. This book makes a major contribution to the field of near-death research, and it answers many questions about this life and the life to come. Questions about pre-mortal choices, the role of pain in mortal experience, the effect improper choices made in this life have on one's post-mortal existence, the healing power of the Savior's love, and the continuation of family life in the hereafter are thoughtfully examined. What emerges with clarity is a strong message of love, hope, and eternal growth.
Author: Arvin S. Gibson
Publisher: Cedar Fort
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Since a mysterious childhood illness, Harry Wilkes has experienced horrific visions. Gruesome scenes emerge to replay themselves before his eyes. Triggered by simple sounds, these visions occur anywhere a tragic event has happened. Now in college, Harry feels haunted and turns to alcohol to dull his visionary senses. One night, he sees a fellow drunk easily best three muggers. In this man, Harry finds not only a friend that will help him kick the booze, but also a sensei who will teach him to master his unusual gift. Soon Harry’s childhood crush, Kayla, comes and asks for help solving her father’s murder. Unsure of how it will affect him, Harry finds the strength to confront the dark secrets of the past, only to unveil the horrors of the present. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Author: Joe R. Lansdale
Publisher: Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
Fifteen-year-old Sookan adjusts to life in the refugee village in Pusan but continues to hope that the civil war will end and her family will be reunited in Seoul.
Author: Sook Nyul Choi
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Author: Elisha Albright Hoffman
Category: Hymns, English
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Northfield Conference Addresses
Author: Delavan Leonard Pierson
Shortly after I had returned from a foreign trip some years ago, an old friend saw me and quickly noticed that I had gone partially bald. He was startled. So, he spontaneously yelled a seemingly tough question at me: What happened to the hairs on your head? Spontaneously too, I yelled an answer back at him: Nature took them in place of the wisdom that I couldnt pay for! And we teased and laughed. My friend thought I had joked, but I knew I hadnt. However, Ill leave the judgment to you. By the time youre done digesting the substance of this more than compelling masterpiece, Id like to know your stand. Had I joked or had I not?
101 Wisdom Quotes with Notes
Author: King Joe
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
One Palm Sunday, Echo Bodine prayed to be granted a better understanding of worlds beyond this one, and three days later she found herself on an amazing voyage. Leaving her body behind, she traveled through life, death, and then beyond in a breath-taking vision of what awaits us all after this life. Echoes of the Soul is heartwarming and enlightening. In simple prose, Echo Bodine gently leads readers through realms of existence we all have yet to experience. Her inspiring images leave us with a hopeful vision of life after death — or, as Echo calls it, graduation, when we go to our real home. This inspiring and positive vision of the afterlife leaves the reader filled with hope, and even awe.
Moving Beyond the Light
Author: Echo Bodine
Publisher: New World Library
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
The thoughts and observations of Donald Marsh as collected and arranged by his wife. Donald Marsh first went north in 1926 as a young missionary who became Anglican Bishop of the Diocese of the Arctic in 1950.
Author: Donald Ben Marsh,Winifred Petchey Marsh
Publisher: McClelland & Stewart
Publisher: Phoenix Rising Publications
Incidents and memories that as a man named David’s goes through life, he associates with lines of the Twenty-third Psalm. These begin in 1937, the period of recovery from the depression, the era of the New Deal, WWII and as he ages, up to date. Topics involved include the sheep that God shepherds, patriotism, federal programs, conservation, what is a soul, retribution for transgressions, respect for all faiths, what is death, predators, affluence, knowing or believing in God, spousal support, and immortality. The discussions throughout the book are not intended to be religious but more philosophical .and provocative.
A Story of a David
Author: Sam A. Threefoot, MD
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Tracing the lives of his Russian forebears, Serge Schmemann, Pulitzer Prize-winning foreign correspondent for the New York Times, tells a remarkable story that spans the past two hundred years of Russian history. First, he draws on a family archive rich in pictorial as well as documentary treasure to bring us into the prerevolutionary life of the village of Sergiyevskoye (now called Koltsovo), where the spacious estate of his mother's family was the seat of a manor house as vast and imposing as a grand hotel. In this village, on this estate--ringed with orchards, traversed by endless paths through linden groves, overseen by a towering brick church, and bordered by a sparkling-clear river--we live through the cycle of a year: the springtime mud, summertime card parties, winter nights of music and good talk in a haven safe from the bitter cold and ever-present snow. Family recollections of life a century ago summon up an aura of devotion to tsar and church. The unjust, benevolent, complicated, and ultimately doomed relationship between master and peasants--leading to growing unrest, then to civil war--is subtly captured. Diary entries record the social breakdown step by step: grievances going unresolved, the government foundering, the status quo of rural life overcome by revolutionary fervor. Soon we see the estate brutally collectivized, the church torn apart brick by brick, the manor house burned to the ground. Some of the family are killed in the fighting; others escape into exile; one writes to his kin for the last time from the Gulag. The Soviet era is experienced as a time of privation, suffering, and lost illusions. The Nazi occupation inspires valorous resistance, but at great cost. Eventually all that remains of Sergiyevskoye is an impoverished collective. Without idealizing the tsarist past or wholly damning the regime that followed, Schmemann searches for a lost heritage as he shows how Communism thwarted aspiration and initiative. Above all, however, his book provides for us a deeply felt evocation of the long-ago life of a corner of Russia that is even now movingly beautiful despite the ravages of history and time. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Two Centuries of a Russian Village
Author: Serge Schmemann