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Author : Brinda Berry
language : en
Publisher: Sweet Biscuit Publishing LLC
Release Date : 2014-10-17
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A missing boy, government agents, an interdimensional portal... Mia has one goal for her senior year at Whispering Woods High—find her missing older brother. But when her science project reveals a portal into another dimension, she learns that travelers are moving in and out of her woods in the most alarming way and government agents Regulus and Arizona are policing their immigration. Mia’s drawn to the mysterious, aloof Regulus, but it’s no time for a crush. She needs to find out what they know about her brother, while the agents fight to save the world from viral contamination. But when Regulus reveals that he knows Mia’s secrets, she begins to wonder if there’s more going on than she thought...and if she was wrong to trust him...
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Author : Helmuth Berking
language : en
Publisher: Transcript Verlag
Release Date : 2006
Download Negotiating Urban Conflicts written by Helmuth Berking and has been published by Transcript Verlag this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2006 with Social Science categories.
Cities have always been arenas of social and symbolic conflict. As places of encounter between different classes, ethnic groups, and lifestyles, cities play the role of powerful integrators; yet on the other hand urban contexts are the ideal setting for marginalization and violence. The struggle over control of urban spaces is an ambivalent mode of sociation: while producing themselves, groups produce exclusive spaces and then, in turn, use the boundaries they have created to define themselves. This volume presents major urban conflicts and analyzes modes of negotiation against the theoretical background of postcolonialism.
Author : Jerry Hinson
language : en
Publisher: Author House
Release Date : 2010-04-08
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The year was 1946. Amy Bland was only fifteen when she had to confess to her father she was pregnant. Instead of helping his daughter, he placed her in a home for unwed mothers and signed papers for the child to be put up for adoptionthen vanished out of her life forever. While there, Amy was whipped, forced to work against her will, brutally attacked, and worst of all: the child she so dearly loved was taken away. This is a story about an escape that nearly cost her life, the long and arduous journey back to the man she loved, and Amys desperate, lifelong quest for her only son.
Author : Sherry Suib Cohen
language : en
Publisher: Potter Style
Release Date : 2012-04-04
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If you're going to write a book about worlds with no answers, phenomenon that scientists can't explain and skeptics can't fathom--you'd better do it with the right equipment--the eye of a journalist, the voice of a novelist, an open mind and compassionate heart. In Looking for the Other Side, writer Sherry Suib Cohen is perfectly outfitted with these tools in her exploration of the world of the occult. It all begins when Cohen, a journalist, takes an assignment to try and contact the spirit of her deceased mom. In her searching, she meets astrologers, past-life channelers, numerologists, psychics, and a host of other practitioners eager to put her in touch with her past, her future, and her heretofore unexplored spiritual self. "Cohen will hook readers with her determination, wit, generosity and astonishing willingness to try anything. In the end, her personal odyssey becomes ours, and even the most devoted skeptics will find themselves rethinking what might and what might not be possible." --Betsy Carter, Editor-in-Chief, New Woman magazine "When I saw the words know thyself carved above the Oracle's gate at Delphi, I shivered--and didn't understand why. Now, I understand. Knowing myself would mean suspending judgment, would mean tapping into banks of information I never before thought relevant to my pragmatic lifestyle. Well, I've tapped. This book is the result," writes Sherry Suib Cohen. And in a spirited narrative, Cohen tells us about her experiences wherein she confronts death, blame, forgiveness, faith, truth, and family, in addition to Mom. When readers finish this personal odyssey and guidebook into the unknown, they may decide, just as Cohen did, that there's something to these otherwordly spheres after all.
Author : Ed Frederico
language : en
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Release Date : 2010-06-10
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Son's of Mafia...WHAT A READ!I absolutely could not put this book down and even though the subject matter is dark and serious, Ed Frederico's flair for humor and sensuality makes this book unique and most definitely one of a kind.This book gets my A+ RatingRichard BellLas Vegas, NVUNBELIEVABLE, this book comes to life and spins a web of not only Love and Intrigue, but also of Treachery and Deceit. The author writes with superior intellect and a keen understanding of the human condition.The book is bigger than life because "It is real life."John Arn,New HampshireWow! This is the first Novel I've ever read I could not put down.Rick SolitzFresno, CAThe Author, Ed Frederico, illustrates quite thoughtfully the predicament of birth: How Eddie D'Amico struggles to maintain his love and humanity. Because of the circumstance of birth, although born an innocent he is placed into a world of crime, treachery, and betrayal. This book takes off like a rocket with all its thrust and power. Son's of Mafia is such a Power-House! The book is impossible to put down and this experience allows us to take an inside look into the strange world of Money, Greed, and Death.Jamal ArgrowSavannah GAIn Son's of Mafia, although there is explicit raw sex the author has unique ability to soften and add the human touch of passion with great Sensitivity, Care and Good Taste. Come experience an unusual journey through the forbidden world of life inside the mafia where you will be allowed to travel first class. Ed Frederico gives the reader his inside view as never before experienced. Not only will you be able to see the inner workings of the families business but also the inner workings of family life and how the dangerous decisions needed to be made affected everyone involved.Joel Jen BuschDetroit MI
Author : Cindy Champnella
language : en
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Release Date : 2013-07-16
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The inspiring true story of a four-year-old Chinese orphan who convinces her adoptive American family to return to China to rescue the little boy she couldn't forget Adopted by an American family at age four, Jaclyn traveled to her new home with a great burden. Her new family had to leave behind a little boy who had been under her charge at the Chinese orphanage where Jaclyn fought the odds against abandonment, institutionalization, and hunger---not for herself, but on behalf of this even smaller child, whom she regarded as her responsibility. Jaclyn's saga spans oceans and cultures. The Waiting Child is an extraordinary story of human resilience in the face of profound loss and suffering---and a testament to the ability of a loving heart to prevail over great adversity. Jaclyn's unshakable determination to bring to her new life the child she had cared for in the institution, the one she believed with all her heart was "her baby," will change all assumptions made about the human spirit. In the end, this moving story affirms everything that is good and hopeful in life, when, after a two-year effort, the little boy is brought to this country as the adopted son of Jaclyn's American aunt and uncle.