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A Wolf Age By Delaney Carpenter
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A prophecy foretelling the coming of the Princess of the Ages and the Age of the Wolf starts this tale of Maeve Muadhnait, youngest daughter of Rhys and Andrea, king and queen of Sarcia. Growing up... More > amidst boys and running wild in the forests, young Maeve discovers an ambition of hers to become one of the greatest warriors of her time and uncovers a painful and burdensome gift of the Sight. Through trial and error, she masters her skills and follows the visions of a Christendom torn apart by possibly the greatest evil the world has faced. Uniting the kingdoms throughout Europe and the Rus, Maeve battles the sinister Wolf and her own demons. Fraught with danger and secrecy, A Wolf Age is one of the greatest adventures of the Sarcian Legacy and the third book in the enthralling and exciting Sybil Prophecy series.< Less
The Aging Sin By Constantine Venetopoulos
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At 5:20am the day began descending through time. 19 hours is all it would take for their empire of values to succumb to nothing. This is how the Winterrowd story begins and this is how it... More > ends. There is a party to be had. A dual celebration: Lucien’s 50th birthday and Lionel’s nomination for a Nobel Prize under the category of Science, which becomes the setting of their unfolding sins. A family crumbles into the pieces of the domino game that is the Winterrowd fate. Mother, father, children, grandmother, caregiver, and those occasional bystanders called friends; each arrive at the party with a plan. Yet what they forget is that when man makes plans God only laughs at them. It all begins with Lucien’s decision to end her life before the clock announces Midnight. One by one their sins become but the pieces of a puzzle that avalanche into one greater evil. One that no one can see coming.< Less
The Aquarian Age By Elsa M. Glover
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The Aquarian Age is dawning, and will be here in the year 2638. Its influences will gradually free men from the bondages of mind and spirit which they have suffered for thousands of years. Elsa M.... More > Glover's The Aquarian Age foretells of these sweeping changes to come, offering hope an assurance that the freed mind and spirit will soar to yet undreamed of heights. Dr. Glover shows how the Aquarian Age will, however, help people to break out of the shell of ignorance, lack of self-esteem, and fear so that they can become, for the first time in history, truly free. As people become free to explore their own inner natures, the world around them, and other peoples, unprecedented advances will be made in self-actualization, scientific understanding and invention, and universal love.< Less
The Age Of Fire By Nathan Gray
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Commencing from the devastation of Apartheid heralding the rise of Mandela and concluding with the wars erupting throughout the Middle East igniting the religious, racial and cultural transformations... More > occurring all around the planet - this is a journey from Cape to Cairo of a completely different calibre. Nathan Hoturoa Gray journey's through some of the planet's most compelling battlegrounds looks from where our species has come and where it is heading... 'The Age of Fire' delivers a powerful statement on humanity covering issues of race relations and global imbalance as we tackle the challenges of the fifth cultural ecology: An era commencing with the end of the Mayan Calendar December 21, 2012. Providing both prophectic and futuristic thinking about how we must attempt to face overpopulation, environmental instability, food and water shortage the book finds the one key global moral that will give humanity a chance to survive and remain dignified through the cataclysmic challenges of the 21st Century.< Less
The Age of Fire By Nathan Hoturoa Gray
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Commencing from the devastation of Apartheid heralding the rise of Mandela and concluding with the wars erupting throughout the Middle East igniting the religious, racial and cultural transformations... More > occurring all around the planet - this is a journey from Cape to Cairo of a completely different calibre. Nathan Hoturoa Gray travels through some of the planet's most compelling battlegrounds observing from where our species has come and where it is heading. 'The Age of Fire' delivers a powerful statement on humanity covering issues of race relations and global imbalance as we tackle the challenges of the Fifth Cultural Ecology: an era commencing with the end of the Mayan Calendar December 21, 2012. Providing both prophectic and futuristic thinking about how we must attempt to face overpopulation, environmental instability, food and water shortage the book finds the one key global moral that will give humanity a chance to survive and remain dignified through the cataclysmic challenges of the 21st century.< Less
The Golden Age By Kenneth Grahame
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Grahame’s reminiscences are notable for their conception “of a world where children are locked in perpetual warfare with the adult ‘Olympians’ who have wholly forgotten how it... More > feels to be young”--a theme later explored by J. M. Barrie and other authors. The Golden Age is a collection of reminiscences of childhood, written by Kenneth Grahame and first published in book form in 1895, by The Bodley Head in London and by Stone & Kimball in Chicago. The Prologue and six of the stories had previously appeared in the National Observer, the journal then edited by William Ernest Henley. Widely praised upon its first appearance – Algernon Charles Swinburne, writing in the Daily Chronicle, called it "one of the few books which are well-nigh too praiseworthy for praise" – the book has come to be regarded as a classic in its genre. Get Your Copy Now.< Less
The Golden Age By Kenneth Grahame
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Grahame’s reminiscences are notable for their conception “of a world where children are locked in perpetual warfare with the adult ‘Olympians’ who have wholly forgotten how it... More > feels to be young”--a theme later explored by J. M. Barrie and other authors. The Golden Age is a collection of reminiscences of childhood, written by Kenneth Grahame and first published in book form in 1895, by The Bodley Head in London and by Stone & Kimball in Chicago. The Prologue and six of the stories had previously appeared in the National Observer, the journal then edited by William Ernest Henley. Widely praised upon its first appearance – Algernon Charles Swinburne, writing in the Daily Chronicle, called it "one of the few books which are well-nigh too praiseworthy for praise" – the book has come to be regarded as a classic in its genre...< Less
A Man for the Ages By Irving Bacheller
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Altogether too much that is obscurative rather than illuminating has been written about Abraham Lincoln. That pre-eminent figure of our national history-the most distinctively American Character the... More > country has produced-has been so covered over with speeches and essays, and books and writings and utterances of every kind, that he has come to be almost like a Russian Icon where the representation of Jesus is subordinated and almost extinguished by the layers of ornamentation. Mr. Bacheller has rendered a notable service in depicting, popularly, what may be called the most American phase of Lincoln's life and character- a life and character that typifies American qualities most perfectly and are unlike those which any other country ever has produced or can produce. (from the book: A Man of the Ages: A review of Irving Bacheller's Lincoln Novel, by Albert J. Beveridge)< Less
Age of Aether By Mark Jeffrey
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When Captain Benjamin Bantam is tapped to go back in time in order to retrieve a cure for the vicious Shadow plague, he is shocked to arrive in an alternate 1944 where electricity doesn't exist.... More > Instead, a parallel past has mysteriously arisen -- complete with parasols, stunningly luxurious Aerotels, hydrologic computing, Helux-powered 'cloud growlers' and a space elevator-based moon race with Germany. And of course, there is the lovely Dr. Rachelle Archenstone ... But when Hitler is made Chancellor in this world and the American space program sabotaged, Bantam is the only one who realizes the true depth of the danger posed by the newly-formed Nazi party. Together with Rachelle, he races to save this America while seeking an explanation to the mystery of this alternate past -- and with it, a way to return to his own world with the Shadow's cure. But when it comes down to a choice between his lovely Rachelle and a thousand years of Nazi rule, what will he do?< Less
Age of Innocence By kimberly Purpoz
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A coming of age fiction about young love in da hood! An urban classic street lit that foretells a saga of love, passion, hood life, street gangs, sex, violence, money, and power which weaves a web... More > of deception. Drug Lord, Q, has his eyes on his beautiful stepdaughter, Nia. Nia's beauty and innocence is was what made Q want to draw her into his sinister world of human trafficking. Rachel, Nia’s crack addict mother gets entangled into Q's illegal activities. Rachael witnesses a high profile murder spree; she vanishes with out a trace. Nia finds the courage to run away and leave the dysfunctional home, but unfortunately she was placed back into the same dilemma by a social services system that failed. Nia get some support from her high school sweet heart, Clay, but is he really there for her in the long run? Will peer pressure and gun violence ruin Nia and Clay's lives? Will Nia be able to handle these problems that are beyond her age of innocence?< Less

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