Thorsen created the world from the chaos of before. He created the
people of the Vyr, made them perfect, made their blood sacred and
pure, and made their pure-blooded lords the keepers of the... More > law.
But even Thorsen's power could not cleanse all darkness and evil
from the world. As the winds of life dwindle and the world darkens, the
forces of evil gather. Lord Daemen’s younger brother, Ryjen, in a
dangerous bid for control, creates a covenant between himself, the
Kaanites and the Uemn. His ambition is to rule the world. For his
uncertain allies though, the stakes are much, much higher.
In the heart of this web of deceit and treachery, young Vollen, heir
to the power of Thorsen, finds himself bound to his enemy, by a
common hatred and a violent promise.
From the author of the ground-breaking spiritual fantasy, Elysen, comes the story of her father, Lord Vollen,
and his struggles against the unquestioned authority of THORSEN’S LAW.< Less
Becca lived in a nest...
While other kids go to school, play sports and hang out, Rebecca Lynn Sherwood is stuck at home, hiding from the world.
But everyone has something special to give, and... More > Becca is about to find out that her something special is both wonderful and dangerous.
All she wants is to be a normal girl, have some fun, make some new friends.
She's not going to get what she wants...< Less
Elysen - branded an outcast, treated as an abomination, trained as a warrior. As she struggles to survive in a harsh world of the far future, she discovers a great power. Now, only one question... More > remains; will she use this power to save her world, or destroy it...< Less
In one of the harshest environments imaginable,Joe Cooke coaches, supports, and inspires men to become more than just the stories of their past.
Inside Job tells of how Cooke rose from homelessness... More > to a life of service as a teacher inside the walls of the Washington State Penitentiary.
With an unyielding belief in the value of every human being, Cooke counsels his students that they already possess everything they need to make it on the outside. His basic philosophy is clear and simple: The work of becoming better communicators, better entrepreneurs, better citizens, better fathers, sons, and husbands is all done inside the mind.
In this memoir of a single weekend of self-reflection, Cooke illustrates in his unique voice that teaching, like learning, is an inside job.< Less