This is a novel about love, about time, about meaning. About us as living beings as seen through a different pair of eyes. The body and soul that are, perhaps, not always separable. About mankind’s destiny — if we don’t mess it up. Gatc’hh’en is not of this Earth. He is part machine, part living being.
This is a hard boiled thriller. The central character is Grace Chibwana, a young woman with an African father and European mother. Grace is a fighter, toughened by a history of abuse, prostitution and drug taking before she was rescued, rehabilitated and given commando-style training by a group of soldiers of fortune led by her supposedly dead father.
Albrecht Rademacher is a German industrialist with an evil plan to use genetics to create a virus that can be used in chemicals which will be released to kill millions of people around the world. His main henchman, Ezekiel Adarkwa, an African pirate, mercenary and killer, is a physically tough and ruthless enforcer who carries out all of Rademacher’s plans.
This non-sequential Florence city guide links the back-stories of the Renaissance giants with the sites throughout the city of Florence. Created for today's attention-strained traveler, it uses micro-content and visual richness to enable the reader to come away as the smartest person in the room, without the commitment of heavy reading. Included is quite a line-up of top Renaissance celebrities with plenty of star-power. Like Michelangelo, Raphael, Dante, Galileo, da Vinci, Donatello, Machivelli, with plenty more.
Just a Number tells the story of a man who finds himself being forced to face his past; a past that he is not particularly proud of and one that left him with emotional conflict and pain. His desire the sever all ties comes to an end when he is required by an ex-teacher to tell his side of the story. Rather than have the chance to escape, he is forced to re-live painful memories and face some hard truths.
Ever wondered what it would be like to live in an Amish community? Now you can experience what it would be like in this 100% true story for young adults and adults! Adventure into the Amish community felt like an intimate behind-the-scenes tour.
This book was created to teach regular people how to work with the mystical Tarot cards and change their life for the better – not to mention starting a fascinating new hobby, which can transform into something bigger with time. There is no right or wrong way of interpreting the cards. Each situation and each person are unique.
An empty crime scene. A blood-spattered stone. And a 400-year-old mystery. In 1590, the entire Roanoke Colony disappeared without a trace. It's America's greatest mystery. And now it's happened again. Federal Agent Dale Conley specializes in the unusual, and he's seen it all. Except for this. An entire community has vanished overnight. One hundred forty-seven people.
On several occasions I have been opportune to work closely with the author and have found out that he is a fine Christian, hard working, a man of great honor and no wonder he is writing about the virtiue of honor. He is very articulate and very good when it comes to the work of God. Honor is not giving but it is acquired through hard work and humility.
A love letter to misanthropy. A cocktail of sociopathy and vague spiritual ennui. A dumpster full of human meat. When civilization is washed away in an apocalypse of burning tar, one pill-popping misanthrope goes to war against the forces of good; putting the tyre iron to the horrors of morality, justice and the curse of "being human".