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By Kim Kins Dixon
Warning! This book is not for smokers! This is for young kids so they think before they stink! This is the anti-smoking comic book by Kim Kins Dixon.
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By Alex Gordon
One thousand years ago, one million humans and dragons are camped in what is known as the valley of tears. They wake one morning with their love turned to hate and left for battle with wife, child, and mother, pleading for them to stop fighting and marching with sword and axe in hand. One thousand years after, a young man, a vagabond, is lying about in the world somewhere, resting from a fruitless search. The young man is wounded. Where in the world does he need to travel to find his friend, a dragon, so his search can end and he can go home? The young man carries the hopes and dreams of every human and dragon on his shoulders.
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By Vivienne Loranger
When Arthur Clegg, an ex POW on the Burma Railway, returned from the war, he was a changed man. His wife, whom he did not like, and his son he had never seen, was soon to bear the brunt of his deranged mind. When their second child’s life ended in tragedy, who was to blame? And how was their life to continue?
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By Vivienne Loranger
Christmas 2000 and a screw with a stranger sees 34 years old Chastity pregnant. The next nine months are a nightmare of choices when too many people want a piece of her life and a choice has to be made. Her dilemma is which one is the right one.
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By Xiyun Liu
An incomplete online chatting record shows that a 16-year-old boy gets completely tired of life owing to his own view of the world, calling it all a distortion yet daring not to commit suicide due to his incapability to disprove a religious doctrine that a suicide’s soul goes to hell. To kill time, he arranges a trip to Bermuda to search for the No Man’s Land with his friends and meanwhile feeds them with his view that what he calls the Universitus Absolutus is essentially composed of carriers and information, and that the fragmentation of carriers leads to the distortion of information. Not long after he and his friends set foot on Bermuda did he get drawn into a mysterious battle...
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By ΓΙΩΡΓΟΣ ΚΟΥΣΟΥΝΕΛΟΣ

THE HISTORY OF PANATHINAIKOS FOOTBALL CLUB 1908 - 2008

This book “ One Century Panathinaikos” ( The History of the Green Emperor) in two volumes and in six parts, contains the history of the greatest Greek Football Athletic Club since its foundation in 1908 to 2008. It is divided in 100 self-contained chapters ( so many chapters as its club’s years of our research) in which we describe year by year, analytically, all the schedules of matches, managerial, and social activities, and games’ lines up during the Championships and Cup matches, its European participation in all the official games that it was qualified, accompanying with photographs which are publishized from the first time. Also there are 150 dispersed little events, stories and happenings ( humorous, informative, and historical ) which present a relaxing and enjoyfull reading.

On the Eighth Part, there are all ( synoptical and analytical ) statistical elements from the History of Panathinaikos : presidents, coaches, final standings for each Chamionship, year after year, the top players, scorers, friendly games, the hat – tricks, records, all the players involvement by alphabetical order and the earnt titles e.t.c. We point out that many of this data are unknown, not only to the Greek reader, but still from the Greek Football Association, and this inside source sparks its value and makes this book unique.

In this way our readers of this book they have in their hands a complete and detailed history of Panathinaikos which enables them to go back in referring to its pages any time they need a concrete, and specific, piece of information. This big exhausted and twenty five years in the making epic of research brings facts and certified informational material suitable not only for enjoyment but also a biographical light from an independent, unprejudiced and open minded author for the benefit to Football Biographical Historiography.


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By Rhoda Peace Tumusiime
The story of Rhoda Peace Tumusiime is an inspirational and captivating journey of a girl who grew up in a remote village in Uganda and a family with marginal resources but also in a society where girls were married off at a tender age. The reader is able to walk with her right from her birthplace through her school life until she makes her way to the African Union headquarters in Addis Ababa a Pan African institution the African Union where she is now holding an elective position of Commissioner for Rural Economy and Agriculture. Hers is a story that proves that irrespective of one’s background and station in life, with the least of resources and support, if one has the hope, courage and determination to succeed, the sky is the limit.
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By Ron Boorer
The scenario of my first book is about a young man who suddenly finds he has become the centre of a major manhunt by those in power. He has no idea why, but he realises that if he is found, he will be either imprisoned or killed. This all takes place on a mythical continent of Pullian. The book is about his fight for survival against impossible odds, but while fleeing from the authorities, he discovers there is a secret hidden place called Fraven where he feels he has a chance to escape those following him. During his journey to find Fraven, he meets and makes new friends who help him, in particular one who becomes his main supporter, a young woman with a particular deadly talent. While on the run, he becomes more determined to survive and at the same time convinced that he must find the true reason why he has become a fugitive.
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By PETER SHIP
McNiven ‘One Hope’ This book is the sequel to McNiven ‘The Kingdom Guardian’. The Queen’s head of security takes on the fanatical Messiah, who is about to launch a modern-day crusade around the world, and the ’Ndrangheta, a Mafia-type criminal organization in Italy. McNiven finds himself caught up in a plot by Messiah to kidnap the Queen and force her to hand leadership of the Church of England over to his puppet archbishop so that the two major Christian churches can be reunited. Old enemies reappear to exact revenge and to prevent McNiven from destroying a significant part of the slave trade. Loyalties are tested as betrayals and the murder victims pile up. Non-stop action races from the United Kingdom through parts of Europe and the Middle East countries to Asia. No one is safe.
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By Herika L.M.

"How to Make Boys Cry with Lavenders" is a novel based on Curren Becker, a hard-hearted, self-determined young man from Queens with a complex for anything German. Curren who, amid the waves of trials to his career and few relationships, remains resilient, but, with a toll on his calloused, while seemingly flawless and urbane character.

As a successful businessman and innovative inventor, Curren had neither room nor benefit for vulnerability. Like his past, emotions are best buried into oblivion and best saved for lavenders, with which he has developed an unfounded dependence on, if not love. The story of Curren is set in 21st century Hamburg in Germany. Curren's odyssey for lavenders leads him to the arms of a young woman and his forgotten past in Simiane-la-Rotonde.

The story unravels an interesting perspective on the fragile side of a seemingly cold character — Curren, and answers the questions of what makes a man, and what unmakes one. The novel flows to build mood and cohesion through glances of both Becker's past and future to gain an understanding of how his character developed at the present time. The story is not about a man, but about the reconciliation of a man with himself. Lavenders, which were the sole recipients of his affections, will piece together Curren Becker's life leading to an interesting turn of events.


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By Isaac Ezenwa Umelo
The 50-seater commuter is the transport of choice for the middle class in Nigeria. It cris- crosses the country night and day. Its comfort and security were threatened by a gang of dare devil robbers who shot at fast moving vehicles, maimed and robbed passengers. The operators met to marshal out a defence for their enterprise. They engaged a super sleuth, Captain Joe who had to match his wits against that of a vicious gangster based in Chad. After a long harvest of blood and terror, the two grand masters had to meet. Nothing was same again. This is a story romance, blood and brawn.
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By Ashley DD Hajny
The Gold of Revelation is a collection of approximately 1000 proverbs that the Father had me write over the course of about six years. Th ese proverbs cover many diff erent areas of life and obedience—from thoughts, to speech, to patience, purity, wisdom, strength, and endurance. Many proverbs contrast the wisdom of right living to the foolishness of ignorance by the way people respond, think, or behave. These proverbs are profi table for instruction, correction and reproof, for learning obedience and training in righteousness. They are open to the wise and the unwise, the schooled and the unschooled, the skilled and the unskilled, that all may learn wisdom, understanding and discernment and the practical insight of prudence.
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By Kathleen Ford
Society has changed dramatically during the past thirty years. We are witnessing the breakdown of the traditional family, the rapid erosion of basic morality and the slaughter of unborn children through abortion on demand. Education has been hijacked and history is being rewritten. Whereas the children of earlier generations grew up with the knowledge of the Bible and Christian principles through the State education system, this avenue has been methodically closed by government with the vigorous assistance of humanist and atheistic teachers unions. As a result most people have a minimal, even nonexistent knowledge of God and his wishes for man. The Bible is God’s Word to man, and I’ve taken a very brief “walk in scripture” to distil the essence so that the reader learns of God’s infinite love and salvation but is also encouraged to read the Bible and learn more.
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By Peter Stevens
The Forest, Jacob Harrower’s tiny band of rebels, has finally repulsed EarthWatch. It seems that babies may yet be born in a time where the final solution for planet earth is no human reproduction for fifty years. However, peace is short lived as government forces inflict tragic harm on the forest dwellers. Jacob and Lillian’s wedding day is shattered, and Lillian is taken. The pursuit of kidnapped women leads the rebels to discover more EarthWatch crimes and brings opportunity for justice. “Must read. Unlike anything else. A story of war, love, passion, sacrifice, betrayal, goodness—and the beauty of innocence. Paints a powerful vision.” —Jasmine Yow, FamilyVoice communications officer
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By Ron Nielsen
Sam Blain and Ben Fisher migrated to Australia from Great Britain in mid-1871 to work on the steam tug the Young Australian, on the Roper River during the construction of the overland telegraph line. Years later, the families moved to Winton, where Sam and Ben worked as shearers at Oondooroo shed and were involved in the shearers strikes of the 1890s. After many years of hardship, World War I arrived. Ben Fisher’s son Jack headed back to the Roper River while Sam Blain’s son, Jimmy, who had always been interested in the wings of flight, went over to England to join the RAF. When Jimmy arrived home from the war, he found he had a crippled son. This is the life story of the crippled boy, Johnny Blain, who struggled through everyday life but strode to follow in his father’s footsteps in the wings of flight.
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