When he rebelled against his father, Edmon Leontes lost everything, but a lot has happened in the twelve years since he left his remote home planet of Tao. He has made a new life for himself as the medic aboard a starship, earning his keep traversing the galaxy with a misfit crew. Edmon thinks he has left his tumultuous past behind him, yet all that changes when his father dies. Phaestion, the man he once called brother, has inherited Edmon's birthright. But Phaestion's ambitions of domination are not limited to Tao, and he is not inclined to let a rival--even one in exile--continue living. Phaestion's pursuit of power spans the universe, running afoul of powers no one is fit to be meddling with. Edmon will need to confront his past as he and his crew race across worlds to uncover the origins of the Fracture...and save the universe from complete destruction.
Author: Adam Burch
Publisher: Fracture Worlds
In the not-too-distant future, huge tornadoes and monster storms have become a part of everyday life. Sent to spend the summer in the heart of storm country with her meteorological engineer father, Jaden Meggs is surprised at the strides her father's company StormSafe, has made with custom shelters that keep her family safe in even the worst of storms. At her exclusive summer science camp, Eye On Tomorrow, Jaden meets Alex, a boy whose passion for science matches hers. Together, they discover that her father's company is steering storms away from the expensive neighborhoods and toward the organic farming communities that are in competition with his bio-engineered food company, NatureMade. Jaden must confront her father, but when she does, she uncovers a terrifying family secret and must call on both her scientific knowledge and her faith to save the people she loves most from one of her father's monster storms.
Author: Kate Messner
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Category: Juvenile Fiction
With an hour-by-hour account--told by survivors--of 1969's Hurricane Camille, this book puts a human face on one of the nation's worst natural disasters. 16-page photo insert.
Author: Stefan Bechtel
Publisher: Stefan Bechtel
With Curious and Interesting Illustrations
Author: William Gardiner
Category: London (England)
Written by G.H. Starks, Requiem of the Fallen: Light of Mantra, is an epic tale that follows the travels of a young warrior (Ralir), in a world dominated by the call of a soldiers duty and the shadow of his fathers greatness. When Mantras greatest defender, Shivalsa Nomrai (General of Mantras Grand Army and Father to Ralir) is infl icted with a mortal illness, Ralir becomes the reluctant successor to his legacy. Heir to an ancient family pact, Ralir and his father embark upon a spectacular and magical journey of revelation, betrayal, and redemption. Along the way Ralir encounters the ultimate evil (Wodahs) and is given the choice to turn his back on a soldiers duty and join Wodahs, or lose all he holds dear. Requiem of the Fallen: Light of Mantra, also follows the fi ght of a wondrous woman (Queen Patricia) to save her land, her child, her King, and her subjects from the will of Wodahs. Will Ralir and the Queen successfully fend off the onslaught of the ultimate evil and save their world or will they lose all to the approaching cataclysm?
Light of Mantra
Author: G.H. Starks
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
In the first of a breathtaking trilogy set against the stark beauty of medieval Scotland, one man discovers a surprising past, a remarkable gift--and a terrible destiny. . . Once, Connor believed that his ability to see the future would grant him everything. Instead, it landed him in a prison of his own making. Summoned by the Lord of the Isles to serve as his counselor, Connor gains wealth and prestige, but with every vision, his own sight dims. Even so, Connor doesn't grasp the terrible consequences of his gift until he's wounded by a young woman who blames him for her family's massacre. Moira curses herself for failing to kill the Seer--especially when she learns her punishment is to be given to him as a slave. Far from the proud, arrogant tyrant she imagined, Connor is a tortured man with a dark sensuality that tempts her night after night. But freeing him from a strange power that is spiraling out of control will mean forsaking her vow and risking her heart for the one man she has sworn to destroy. . . "Terri Brisbin keeps me turning the pages." --Victoria Alexander
Author: Terri Brisbin
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
The Believer and Rationalist with Questions of God and Man
Author: William H. Bicksler
* Horses, adventure, and mystery * Tia and her pony Gable are inseparable. When her father proposes a visit to a remote island to research the ancient legend of shipwrecked horse, Tia is reluctant until she realizes that Gable can come, too. Riding alone on the cliffs of the island, Tia meets a dark rider on a dark horse, who turn out to be an island-born teen, Daniel, and his amazing island horse, Harley. Daniel and Tia hit it off and spend days riding together. Daniel introduces Tia and Gable to the joys of swimming in the ocean, as well as honing their cross-country jumping skills. Elsewhere on the island, though, events take on a sinister pattern as the story of the shipwreck emerges and Tia’s father seems to be closing in on the mystery of the island horse. Soon, Tia and Gable must fight not only the awesome power of the sea but combat the evil human force that threatens their existence on the island.
Author: Jenny Hughes
Publisher: Breakaway Books
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Anglican priest and scholar Sabine Baring-Gould had a voracious and wide-ranging intellect, which over the course of his career led to the publication of over 1,000 books and collections in various genres ranging from fiction to folklore. In the Roar of the Sea is a novel that follows the travails of the Trevisa family as they struggle to navigate the aftermath of a tragedy.
Author: Sabine Baring-Gould
Publisher: The Floating Press
An American romance, set in the South-West in the days of gunfighting, rough living and hard riding.
Author: Zane Grey
Publisher: Hyweb Technology Co. Ltd.
Category: Foreign Language Study
Synopsis Captain Castlewood is lost at sea in a terrible storm and presumed dead. His wife, Helena, decides to take their two sixteen-year-old twin daughters, Elizabeth and Abigail, and move to her mother’s home on Strawberry Island. Her mother owns a hotel called Hotel Monteque, which caters to tourists. The island is just off the coast of Florida. Margarita’s father, El Dante de la Mengo, had built the hotel as a home for his wife and two adopted daughters, Margarita and Isabella. Helena has not seen her mother, Margarita, in over twenty years. Margarita had sent Helena away to a private school up north because of the veil of uneasiness that lingered on the island after Isabella’s death. When she heard from Helena about her husband being gone and that she wanted to bring her daughters to live on the island, she was extremely happy to accommodate them. When they arrive at the island, the two girls’ curiosities get them into all kinds of trouble, including accidentally unleashing the evil spirit of their grandmother’s long-dead twin sister, Isabella. Once the spirit is unleashed, she possesses Abigail’s body and begins to wreak havoc on anyone who comes in contact with her. Abigail is completely helpless to stop Isabella’s attacks on people and is continually trying to overcome the evil spirit in her body. Isabella was believed to have been an evil witch and had been burned alive many years ago by the townspeople. Isabella’s mother, Francesca, had tried to rescue her but was killed at the same time by the townspeople. Isabella’s dying words were curses on the people who were responsible for taking hers and her mother’s lives. She swore that she would return someday and get her revenge. Several tourists visiting Strawberry Island meet with terrible fates because of the evildoings of Isabella. The tourists came to the island because of all the legends they had heard about the island. They were thrill seekers and got a lot more than they bargained for. An old gypsy woman named Rosalee went to Margarita and told her that she knew how to free Abigail of Isabella’s evil presence. Margarita, her housemaid, Desdemona and Rosalee enlisted the aid of some of the tourists that were still alive to help them. They performed a ritual that caused the spirit to remove itself from Abigail. The spirit went into the body of a swine, which ran quickly away. The swine secretly slipped onto an outgoing ship and was hiding, watching, waiting for..........?
Author: Rita Holmes
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
The summer of 1889 will ever be memorable for its appalling disasters by flood and flame. In that period fell the heaviest blow of the nineteenth century—a blow scarcely paralleled in the histories of civilized lands. Central Pennsylvania, a center of industry, thrift and comfort, was desolated by floods unprecedented in the records of the great waters. On both sides of the Alleghenies these ravages were felt in terrific power, but on the western slope their terrors were infinitely multiplied by the bursting of the South Fork Reservoir, letting out millions of tons of water, which, rushing madly down the rapid descent of the Conemaugh Valley, washed out all its busy villages and hurled itself in a deadly torrent on the happy borough of Johnstown. The frightful aggravations which followed the coming of this torrent have waked the deepest sympathies of this nation and of the world, and the history is demanded in permanent form, for those of the present day, and for the generations to come. This is a new edition of “THE JOHNSTOWN FLOOD” by Willis Johnson including all the appalling record; the breaking of the south fork dam; the sweeping out of the Conemaugh valley; the over-throw of Johnstown; the massing of the wreck at the railroad bridge; escapes, rescues, searches for survivors and the dead; relief organizations, stupendous charities, with full accounts also of the destruction on the Susquehanna and Juniata rivers, and the Bald Eagle creek. This edition has all new photos, a linked table of contents for both chapters and illustrations, and any typographical errors that appeared in the original edition have been corrected.
Author: Willis ,Johnson
Publisher: Delmarva Publications, Inc.
DEBORAH is a beautiful young Israelite woman living in ancient Canaan. Her people are oppressed by a greedy Canaanite king named Jabin. The kings troops, led by General Sisera, often steal the peoples cropsand sometimes their children. Will Deborahs village be plundered next? Despite her fears, Deborah still dreams of marrying a certain young man, and living a normal life among her people. However, Gods plan for Deborah holds some challenges she could never imagine.
A Story Adapted from the Book of Judges
Author: Marion Dawson Gunderson
Publisher: WestBow Press
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Author: Wayne M. Smith
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
SHADOW WARRIOR. The ancient Japanese art of death is practiced by a select few. Of those young men who are chosen to train in the way of the shadow warrior, most will fail. Those who pass these trials, the Ninja, become the silent assassins, lonely guardians, and unseen watchers of legend. But rarer still are those masters of the shadow craft, the Shiro – those whose fearsome abilities are matched only by their rigid code of honour. Men like Nicholas Linnear... FLOATING CITY. An inland empire ruled by a mercenary king hidden at the heart of the Vietnamese jungle. But the shadow warrior Nicholas Linnear believes that the Floating City lies at the heart of a vast terrorist plot. And he may be the only person who can infiltrate this criminal stronghold...
Author: Eric Van Lustbader
Publisher: Head of Zeus