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The Starseeds: Pleiadians on Earth By The Abbotts
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An amazing book that clearly explains the personal and physical characteristics of the generations born since 1971 - The Starseeds, (Generations X, Y & Z). Their plan on Earth, psychic abilities... More > and how they can deal with issues such as drugs, sex, parents, illness and work! Are You a Starseed and don’t know it, or are your children or grandchildren Starseeds? Read this book to find out more about these unusual and special people and how to interact with them in a more positive and harmonious manner. A Beacon of Light Book.< Less
Proxy By Lauren E. Richards
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When seven-year-old Fern’s divorced mother starts acting strangely, family secrets come to light. Soon, Fern ends up in the hospital due to her mother’s actions. Angry and frightened,... More > Fern must find the will to survive. Through a missing diary, a mysterious older sister, and a manipulative mother, Fern embarks on an odd and frightening journey to uncover the truth about her mother’s past.< Less
Tom and Maggie Tulliver By George Eliot
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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: Mary Ann Evans (22 November 1819 – 22 December 1880;... More > alternatively "Mary Anne" or "Marian"), known by her pen name George Eliot, was an English novelist, poet, journalist, translator and one of the leading writers of the Victorian era. She is the author of seven novels, including Adam Bede (1859), The Mill on the Floss (1860), Silas Marner (1861), Felix Holt, the Radical (1866), Middlemarch (1871–72), and Daniel Deronda (1876), most of them set in provincial England and known for their realism and psychological insight.She used a male pen name, she said, to ensure her works would be taken seriously. Female authors were published under their own names during Eliot's life, but she wanted to escape the stereotype of women only writing lighthearted romances. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Eliot< Less
Loving My Abuser: Through The Eyes Of the 7th Child By Mike Antheny
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In a perfect world, little boys want to emulate their fathers. Mike Antheny was no different. He had a great deal of unconditional love, affection and admiration for his father and he wanted nothing... More > more than to be loved in return. From the tender age of five, Mike's father desensitized him with every verbal, mental, emotional and physical beating. Each and every day was filled with abuse. If it wasn’t Mike Antheny that suffered at the hand of his father, it was his mother or one of his seven siblings. A father is supposed to protect, love and shelter his children but his father was the one they needed protecting from. In today’s society it’s almost unheard of for an African American male to share a part of him that is so personal. Mike Antheny's accounts will guide you through the horrific ordeals that he personally experienced day in and day out. Prepare yourself as each incident will tug at your heart, evoke your anger and leave you breathless. This is told from the eyes of the seventh child.< Less
Mrs Clutterbunk and The Dream Thieves of Makazark By Lydia Toumazou
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WHOOSH! ‘...up-up and away into the night sky...over days and months and over a year, they rode through the night to far off lands and distant countries, over deserts and mountains...over the... More > seven wonders of the world...over the seven seas...and through planetary mysteries...’ Mrs Clutterbunk is a magical lady with a fetish for Battenberg cake! Known throughout the village for her eccentric clothes, her gorgeous cat Sebastian and her shiny cool motorbike join Mrs Clutterbunk on this exciting adventure; as she battles to save the children of planet Earth from the evil clutches of the Dream Thieves of Makazark!< Less
The B&C Discography: 1968 to 1975 By Mark Jones
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B&C started life as a distribution company, which was set up as a sister company to Island. Island's early success led B&C's owner, Lee Gopthal, to start releasing records in his own right.... More > However, B&C's main strategy was based on licensing records rather than signing artists in its own right and many of B&C's labels concentrated on singles and budget compilation albums – strategies that set the seeds of the company's own destruction. The end, when it came in 1975 was probably inevitable. Still, whilst B&C was about, some very good music got released, almost despite itself on occasion. This book includes comprehensive discographies covering the Action, Stable, B&C, Charisma, Pegasus, Peg, People, Mooncrest, Dragon, Sussex and Seven Sun labels.< Less
The Road to Shambhala By Gerald R Stanek
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From the author of Skirting the Gorge, and The Eighth House comes a new novel of initiation. Brendon Pearce has no faith in faith. He doesn’t believe in thinking his way into positive places... More > like his sister Cassidy. He doesn’t believe in psychics or spirit guides, but they believe in him. Seeking a new life, or at least an escape from his old one, Brendon finds himself among artists, UFO enthusiasts, healers and psychics, who urge him to take advantage of his opportunities, and ‘conquer the lower three worlds’.His life is soon filled with intimations, portents, and unexplained phenomena. With their encouragement, he begins to learn the truth about himself, the Earth, and the cosmos. For Brendon, the road to Shambhala leads through Ojai, Sedona, dreams, and of course, the heart.< Less
The Road to Shambhala By Gerald R Stanek
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From the author of Skirting the Gorge, and The Eighth House comes a new novel of initiation. Brendon Pearce has no faith in faith. He doesn’t believe in thinking his way into positive places... More > like his sister Cassidy. He doesn’t believe in psychics or spirit guides, but they believe in him. Seeking a new life, or at least an escape from his old one, Brendon finds himself among artists, UFO enthusiasts, healers and psychics, who urge him to take advantage of his opportunities, and ‘conquer the lower three worlds’.His life is soon filled with intimations, portents, and unexplained phenomena. With their encouragement, he begins to learn the truth about himself, the Earth, and the cosmos. For Brendon, the road to Shambhala leads through Ojai, Sedona, dreams, and of course, the heart.< Less
The B&C Discography: 1968 to 1975 By Mark Jones
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Updated and expanded second edition of this Award Nominated book (nominated for the 2014 ARSC Award for Excellence in Historical Recorded Sound Research). Strictly limited edition of 50 copies in... More > green jacket design. B&C started life as a distribution company, which was set up as a sister company to Island. Island's early success led B&C's owner, Lee Gopthal, to start releasing records in his own right. However, B&C's main strategy was based on licensing records rather than signing artists in its own right and many of B&C's labels concentrated on singles and budget compilation albums – strategies that set the seeds of the company's own destruction. The end, when it came in 1975 was probably inevitable. Still, whilst B&C was about, some very good music got released, almost despite itself on occasion. This book includes comprehensive discographies covering the Action, Stable, B&C, Charisma, Pegasus, Peg, People, Mooncrest, Dragon, Sussex and Seven Sun labels.< Less
A Warrior for Artemis By Russ Hubbard
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While reading a book on ancient Rome for his history class, Joshua Parry is stunned to see a mosaic portrait of his family—his mother, his sister and himself—from the fourth century AD.... More > But not even that shock compares to waking up the next morning in Ephesus in the year 362 AD! For the next two weeks, Josh struggles to learn how to live in ancient Ephesus. With the help of friends, encounters with enemies, and the counsel of none other than emperor Julian the Apostate, Josh discovers new ways to view the world and his Christian faith. From seeking solace in the beauty of the Temple to Artemis, to training to fight with legionnaires, to debating religion and politics at seminars, Josh’s adventures in Ephesus teach him not only acceptance and confidence, but also how to defend himself with a gladius! When he returns to his modern-day home and family, he sets out to use his new skills and wisdom to establish peace with a posse of trouble-making classmates.< Less

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