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Blessed with Bad Luck By Aaron Lamb
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Ever feel unlucky? Ever thought it could be a blessing? Carpella was born in a shopping centre wishing fountain 24 years ago and she is blessed with bad luck. With her housemate Serena and best... More > friend Ni this is their unlucky tale. Carpella believes that 'there's always something around the corner, it depends on how long the street is, you just have to keep walking.' This is the story of a week in her life when she reaches that corner, while avoiding giant spiders, throwing her weight about with snowmen in a pharmacy and realising that being unlucky doesn't mean you're special, it means you're like everyone else and that's a comforting thought.< Less
Wuthering Heights By Emily Bronte
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Wuthering Heights is the only published novel by Emily Brontë, written between October 1845 and June 1846 and published in July of the following year. It was not printed until December 1847... More > under the pseudonym Ellis Bell, after the success of her sister Charlotte Brontë's novel Jane Eyre. The title of the novel comes from the Yorkshire manor on the moors of the story. The narrative centres on the all-encompassing, passionate, but ultimately doomed love between Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff, and how this unresolved passion eventually destroys them and the people around them. Today considered a classic of English literature, Wuthering Heights met with mixed reviews and controversy when it first appeared, mainly because of the narrative's stark depiction of mental and physical cruelty. Emily Brontë (1818–1848) was an English novelist and poet, best remembered for her solitary novel, Wuthering Heights. She published under the pen name Ellis Bell.< Less
Shirley By Charlotte Brontë
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Published in 1849 under the pseudonym Currer Bell, Shirley was Charlotte Bronte’s second novel. In a break from the usual scenery depicted by other Bronte novels, Shirley is centred on the... More > textile industry of Yorkshire during the Napoleonic Wars, dealing with the plight of those laid off and the subsequent breaking of machinery in the Luddite movement. While the scenery differs, the normal sweep of plot development remains intact with an eponymous female lead character making strong decisions for her own benefit rather than what might be expected by an over-demanding social set. There are certain autobiographical elements in the novel though for the most part these are restricted to associations of the characters with Charlotte’s sisters, Anne and Emily, both of whom had died during the writing process. Following close behind Jane Eyre, Charlotte might have been expecting another best seller, but this time the reception was more muted.< Less
Blessed with Bad Luck By Aaron Lamb
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Ever feel unlucky? Ever thought it could be a blessing? Carpella was born in a shopping centre wishing fountain 24 years ago and she is blessed with bad luck. With her housemate Serena and best... More > friend Ni this is their unlucky tale. Carpella believes that 'there's always something around the corner, it depends on how long the street is, you just have to keep walking.' This is the story of a week in her life when she reaches that corner, while avoiding giant spiders, throwing her weight about with snowmen in a pharmacy and realising that being unlucky doesn't mean you're special, it means you're like everyone else and that's a comforting thought.< Less
Falling Standard By Taku celestin julius
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Falling Standard is about a lad called Bonito, borned with a hidden and cheerful capacity for fovert curiousity and inquisitive manners, loaded with an enabling intrinsic mind of putting his crime... More > building friends, especially Tuxedo back to academic-rail, with burning and mocking success, which only end up making the girlfriend of his best friend to intrigue him bulkyly because of his erongeneous quest for knowledge and prowess. Tuxedo seems not to give up his flamboyant love for flunkies and intransigencies. Nyawa with time sees Tuxedo sea mark love for Vanitta as true but has got no envy for it. Lynx with her levelheadedness seems to impress Bonito but he is not surprise with the fact that Lynx is Tuxedo kidsister.Bonito with time find Nyawa his centre of the universe and she became a false delicacy through the aid of his kidsister Noubissi, while Lynx and Texedo are still cats and dogs...< Less
Hands-free worship By David R.J. Green
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"It is hard to imagine anyone else could have greater expertise in the subject at the present time." Dr David Pullinger, former Head of UK Government on the Web "An excellent piece of... More > work which grapples with many of the major issues around projection and digital technology in church." Rev Dave Male, Director of the Centre for Pioneer Learning, Cambridge. Working from the premise that we shape our use of technology but then our technology shapes us, this book explores how using projection technology is shaping Christian worship. In particular, pastoral care, our speaking of God and humanity in theology and the missiological implications of how projection includes or excludes different groups are considered in order to recognise best practice. David Green is an ordained Anglican priest. Prior to ordination, David worked in new media and for the last fifteen years has pursued a passion for new media in worship.< Less
Hands-free worship (e-book) By David R.J. Green
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"It is hard to imagine anyone else could have greater expertise in the subject at the present time." Dr David Pullinger, former Head of UK Government on the Web "An excellent piece of... More > work which grapples with many of the major issues around projection and digital technology in church." Rev Dave Male, Director of the Centre for Pioneer Learning, Cambridge. Working from the premise that we shape our use of technology but then our technology shapes us, this book explores how using projection technology is shaping Christian worship. In particular, pastoral care, our speaking of God and humanity in theology and the missiological implications of how projection includes or excludes different groups are considered in order to recognise best practice. David Green is an ordained Anglican priest. Prior to ordination, David worked in new media and for the last fifteen years has pursued a passion for new media in worship.< Less
My Son Yesu By Jonah Awodeyi
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This book is based on future events predicted by scripture, though it is presented in a fictional illustration. It centres on the glorified Jesus, addressed as “Yesu,” and Mary (Maria)... More > his mother. Although there was no history of Maria’s incidences according to the book, they facilitated the channel to convey the actual events. Doubtlessly, all the narrated events such as the heavenly war, rapture, the earthly war, Satan been cast out of the heavenly into planet earth, the reign of the beast, the millennium reign of Christ, and armagedon shall come to pass according to the book of Revelation, for it has been revealed by God through the Apostle John. Thus, the book commences from the aftermath of the death, resurrection, and ascension of our Lord Jesus Christ. Who is best to continue the life history of Yesu other than the first angel (Gabrielicus, the name used for Gabriel) who previously conveyed his birth to Mary (Maria)?< Less
Macbeth By William Shakespeare
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Macbeth is among the best-known of William Shakespeare's plays, and is his shortest tragedy, believed to have been written between 1603 and 1606. It is frequently performed at both amateur and... More > professional levels, and has been adapted for opera, film, books, stage and screen. Often regarded as archetypal, the play tells of the dangers of the lust for power and the betrayal of friends. For the plot Shakespeare drew loosely on the historical account of King Macbeth of Scotland by Raphael Holinshed and that by the Scottish philosopher Hector Boece. There are many superstitions centred on the belief the play is somehow "cursed", and many actors will not mention the name of the play aloud, referring to it instead as "The Scottish play". (From Wikipedia) Language: English Published in: 1606 Word count: 17,925 words (≈ about 1 hour)< Less
Earth Squared By R.W. Finlan & Darren Bowker-Powis
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Best-selling sci-fi novelist Richard Siwop is enjoying the good life. He has a loving family, a nice house, a classic car on the drive - and one of his Star Lords books is to become a film. But... More > Richard is haunted by a feeling that he’s living the wrong life. Even his beloved home town of Ffhagdiwedd is not quite as he remembers it. Or is it? A series of bizarre events cause him to start to find separating dream from reality difficult, and when he begins seeing strange faces around town, he really begins to doubt his sanity. A new arrival at the Civic Centre also worries Richard, although he does not know why or why this person is so eager to work with him on so-called community projects. The world is about to become very bizarre for Richard Siwop and his family.< Less

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