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Crisis of the Soul By Robert Greger
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Christian Lee is caught between the desires of the flesh and the desires of eternity. Follow him as he suffers his “Crisis of the Soul” that nearly tears his faith apart and throws him... More > into the eternal abyss of alienation from God. He begins to question his own sanity as “strange things” begin to happen to him. Soon, these "strange things" become more frequent and terrifying as he enters the “Valley of Decision.” Adderville's church is the ruling force that thrives worldwide. It’s traditions, rituals, and dogmas have encompassed all nations for the past two-thousand years. It's subtle deceptions continue to wreck havoc on the unsuspecting, blinded mass. The deception started in a Garden in the Middle East millennia ago and it continues to spread its wicked influence world-wide. This book will make you re-think your convictions and beliefs! Written with much symbolism, metaphors, and figurative language, this tale can be interpreted on many different levels. Read it with an open mind.< Less
From this World By Daniel Adsett
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“I don’t want to talk about these aliens anymore. When I think about them too much I get a headache, as if a tight band is being wrapped around my head. I begin perspiring, and my... More > breaking picks up,” says Vikram Jani, the central character of From this World. Born in Miramichi, New Brunswick, Vikram is ethnically East Indian and a citizen of Canada. And while he has always been an outsider, reading books on his own, studying Indian history at his leisure, Vikram’s tendency to isolate himself from others soars after moving away from home. As a student at New Brunswick’s largest university, he ends up in a world eroded by alien visitors. Though nearly everyone else finds these aliens enticing, Vikram hides in his apartment, locks his door, and watches the news carefully, his thumb hovering over the power button. Only after most of the city has disappeared does he dare wander around. Armed with a voice recorder, he tries to maintain his sanity by talking to himself, occupying himself with his own romantic tale.< Less
EVEN SLAVES ARE FREE By Dr. Alhasan S. Ceesay, MD
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In Africa everyone is dying for a breath of fresh air of freedom.Physical slavery is dead but it is replaced by mindless dictators and political castration of communities. AK47 crowns'idiots who call... More > themselves presidents.Recently in Mali, Nigeria, , Ivory Coast, Somali, South Sudan, Gambia, middle East conflagration and rebels claiming being stalwarts of freedom just do not proclaim civility. Africans walk on double edged ultra-sharp dictatorial swords. Africa yearns for patriotic leaders who stand for the citizenry than taken by geopolitical wind storms detrimental to her people. No African state is near stability or free of rampant corruption, cronyism, tribalism and nepotism. The schism ruptures cracks in tribal relations by unearthing old wounds people want to settle. This work relates to constrains within and without Bullets that shot Africa in the heart are graft, tribal discrimination and nepotism by political parties. Africa enjoys no participatory democracy, press freedom or accountability.< Less
Holiday Blues By Chris Emejuru
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Take two teenage friends, cross their paths with two bad brothers during one holiday break, and this is what you get. The secondary school-attending friends are Jon, schooling out of town at Port... More > Harcourt, and Lasy whose school is closer home to their small town of Aboh near Orlu in eastern Nigeria. Jon's story is one of mistaken identity and is tied to his older sister Mary to whom he has an emotional attachment. Lasy's story is that of pursuit of local fame that puts him in direct competition with bad brother number two, Chamberlain. Set in early 1980s Nigeria, HB captures a bit of the culture and social issues of the time: juvenile delinquency, exam fraud, poor infrastructure, bad electricity, corrupt policemen at road checkpoints, chaotic traffic, malaria, ghetto jungle justice, traditional customs and beliefs. You are also taken on panoramic trips within a rural setting in eastern Nigeria, from east across the River Niger to Lagos in the west, and within Lagos itself.< Less
Holiday Blues By Chris Emejuru
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Take two teenage friends, cross their paths with two bad brothers during one holiday break, and this is what you get. The secondary school-attending friends are Jon, schooling out of town at Port... More > Harcourt, and Lasy whose school is closer home to their small town of Aboh near Orlu in eastern Nigeria. Jon's story is one of mistaken identity and is tied to his older sister Mary to whom he has an emotional attachment. Lasy's story is that of pursuit of local fame that puts him in direct competition with bad brother number two, Chamberlain. Set in early 1980s Nigeria, HB captures a bit of the culture and social issues of the time: juvenile delinquency, exam fraud, poor infrastructure, bad electricity, corrupt policemen at road checkpoints, chaotic traffic, malaria, ghetto jungle justice, traditional customs and beliefs. You are also taken on panoramic trips within a rural setting in eastern Nigeria, from east across the River Niger to Lagos in the west, and within Lagos itself.< Less
Holiday Blues By Chris Emejuru
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Take two teenage friends, cross their paths with two bad brothers during one holiday break, and this is what you get. The secondary school-attending friends are Jon, schooling out of town at Port... More > Harcourt, and Lasy whose school is closer home to their small town of Aboh near Orlu in eastern Nigeria. Jon's story is one of mistaken identity and is tied to his older sister Mary to whom he has an emotional attachment. Lasy's story is that of pursuit of local fame that puts him in direct competition with bad brother number two, Chamberlain. Set in early 1980s Nigeria, HB captures a bit of the culture and social issues of the time: juvenile delinquency, exam fraud, poor infrastructure, bad electricity, corrupt policemen at road checkpoints, chaotic traffic, malaria, ghetto jungle justice, traditional customs and beliefs. You are also taken on panoramic trips within a rural setting in eastern Nigeria, from east across the River Niger to Lagos in the west, and within Lagos itself.< Less
A Life's Secret: A Novel By Henry, Mrs. Wood
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Ellen Wood (17 January 1814 – 10 February 1887), was... More > an English novelist, better known as Mrs. Henry Wood. She is perhaps remembered most for her 1861 novel East Lynne, but many of her books became international best-sellers, being widely received in the United States and surpassing Charles Dickens' fame in Australia.Ellen Price was born in Worcester in 1814. In 1836 she married Henry Wood, who worked in the banking and shipping trade in Dauphiné in the South of France, where they lived for 20 years. On the failure of Wood's business, the family (including four children) returned to England and settled in Upper Norwood near London, where Ellen Wood turned to writing. This supported the family (Henry Wood died in 1866). Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ellen_Wood_(author)< Less
In the Shadow of Sandwalker By C. A. Lindsay
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White Feather, the child of Native American Sandwalker and renegade Navy Captain Henry Whitney, rejects her prearranged marriage in the Oregon Territory tribe to find her father’s culture in... More > pre-Civil War New York City. Using her birth name, Marissa Whitney, she discovers the evil within the human spirit as she rides the Oregon trail from the west to the east. Near Fort Laramie, Wyoming, she meets cavalry Captain William Harbison, and the encounter changes her life. Surviving cold, heat, thirst, hunger, stalking, and a brutal assault, she arrives in New York City and connects with her powerful Whitney heritage. Living in the shadow of her mother, Sandwalker, Marissa confronts social barriers and injustices associated with settlers, Indians, New York society, a corrupt politician, street orphans, and the impact of the Civil War. Catapulted to the pinnacles of wealth and power, her indomitable spirit is set free to love in spite of hate and to have hope instead of despair.< Less
Johnny Ludlow, Fourth Series By Henry, Mrs. Wood
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Ellen Wood (17 January 1814 – 10 February 1887), was... More > an English novelist, better known as Mrs. Henry Wood. She is perhaps remembered most for her 1861 novel East Lynne, but many of her books became international best-sellers, being widely received in the United States and surpassing Charles Dickens' fame in Australia.Ellen Price was born in Worcester in 1814. In 1836 she married Henry Wood, who worked in the banking and shipping trade in Dauphiné in the South of France, where they lived for 20 years. On the failure of Wood's business, the family (including four children) returned to England and settled in Upper Norwood near London, where Ellen Wood turned to writing. This supported the family (Henry Wood died in 1866). Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ellen_Wood_(author)< Less
Johnny Ludlow, Fifth Series By Henry, Mrs. Wood
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Ellen Wood (17 January 1814 – 10 February 1887), was... More > an English novelist, better known as Mrs. Henry Wood. She is perhaps remembered most for her 1861 novel East Lynne, but many of her books became international best-sellers, being widely received in the United States and surpassing Charles Dickens' fame in Australia.Ellen Price was born in Worcester in 1814. In 1836 she married Henry Wood, who worked in the banking and shipping trade in Dauphiné in the South of France, where they lived for 20 years. On the failure of Wood's business, the family (including four children) returned to England and settled in Upper Norwood near London, where Ellen Wood turned to writing. This supported the family (Henry Wood died in 1866). Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ellen_Wood_(author)< Less

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