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Point of No Return By C. L. Vaughn
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"Being in the military is all about team work, your brothers in arms, and the man next to you in the foxhole. But, those ten seconds before you jump are yours. Thoughts and memories flood your... More > mind like a tsunami. You think about who you are and what you’ve done." Owen Ruger ... Seattle's newest action hero is hitting the ground running in a new action adventure series debuting in 2008. This is a look into his past and who he is. “A great look into the mind of Seattle’s newest hero.” ~ Seattle Action Magazine “I can’t wait to read this series in book form, the manuscripts kept me at the edge of my seat!” ~ AmericanChronicle.com “If you enjoy authors like Cussler, Alten, and Preston, you’ll love Vaughn!” ~ Powell Reviews< Less
Point of No Return By C. L. Vaughn
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"Being in the military is all about team work, your brothers in arms, and the man next to you in the foxhole. But, those ten seconds before you jump are yours. Thoughts and memories flood your... More > mind like a tsunami. You think about who you are and what you’ve done." Owen Ruger ... Seattle's newest action hero is hitting the ground running in a new action adventure series debuting in 2008. This is a look into his past and who he is. “A great look into the mind of Seattle’s newest hero.” ~ Seattle Action Magazine “I can’t wait to read this series in book form, the manuscripts kept me at the edge of my seat!” ~ AmericanChronicle.com “If you enjoy authors like Cussler, Alten, and Preston, you’ll love Vaughn!” ~ Powell Reviews< Less
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Point of No Return By Tara Fox Hall
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When Sarelle discovers Theo's love for Tasha is not all it seems, she breaks the love spell, even as she fears the consequences. Dreaming with Theo again awakens old feelings, even as Devlin’s... More > possessiveness increases when Sar is discovered to be pregnant. Influenced by her blood bond to Devlin and Danial, and her magical bond with Theo, Sar is determined to make the relationship with her lovers work. But can Sar trust her heart fully, much less her own desires?< Less
Lamentations: The Point of No Return By Gerald Flurry & Philadelphia Church of God
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Lamentations was a warning to ancient Judah that it had reached the point of no return. The nation could no longer repent to avoid being taken captive by Babylon. What happened to Judah is only a... More > type of what is prophesied to happen in this end time. It is a prophecy where the Laodicean Church and three nations of Israel (America, Britain and the Jewish nation) have reached the point of no return. They are going to become enslaved by a modern-day Babylon from Europe. Only individuals can still repent before the Great Tribulation. And even they have only a tiny span of time to do so. In this booklet: • The God That Rules • Josiah's Role in the End Time • Why God Must Punish the Laodiceans • Building a Foundation of Hope • Lamentations, Mourning and Woe< Less
Thayer’s Return: Early History of West Point in Verse. By H. J. Koch
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From slumber waked a drowsy mind, and sound Within the room could hear, and motion round The chamber one could feel. A phantom stood ’Midst cadet’s abode, empty, smocked in hood.... More > Forth from his leering visage, coldness sprung. With voice well raspy, he this question flung: “Ye with frightful countenance, sheepish youth, Awake! Many questions have I in truth. In a compilation of historical verse divided into four parts, H. J. Koch intertwines his love of poetry with family experiences to provide a unique perspective on the early history of West Point. The Father of West Point, Sylvanus Thayer, has returned from the mist of history in the form of a ghost to seek an update of the academy from a cadet. As the two men converse over a number of nights, they lyrically explore the early history of West Point from its founding in 1802 until World War One. Thayer’s Return shares historical verse that lyrically explores the fascinating early history of West Point.< Less
Thayer’s Return: Early History of West Point In Verse. By H. J. Koch
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From slumber waked a drowsy mind, and sound Within the room could hear, and motion round The chamber one could feel. A phantom stood ’Midst cadet’s abode, empty, smocked in hood. Forth... More > from his leering visage, coldness sprung. With voice well raspy, he this question flung: “Ye with frightful countenance, sheepish youth, Awake! Many questions have I in truth. In a compilation of historical verse divided into four parts, H. J. Koch intertwines his love of poetry with family experiences to provide a unique perspective on the early history of West Point. The Father of West Point, Sylvanus Thayer, has returned from the mist of history in the form of a ghost to seek an update of the academy from a cadet. As the two men converse over a number of nights, they lyrically explore the early history of West Point from its founding in 1802 until World War One. Thayer’s Return shares historical verse that lyrically explores the fascinating early history of West Point.< Less
Thayer’s Return: Early History of West Point in Verse. By H. J. Koch
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From slumber waked a drowsy mind, and sound Within the room could hear, and motion round The chamber one could feel. A phantom stood ’Midst cadet’s abode, empty, smocked in hood.... More > Forth from his leering visage, coldness sprung. With voice well raspy, he this question flung: “Ye with frightful countenance, sheepish youth, Awake! Many questions have I in truth. In a compilation of historical verse divided into four parts, H. J. Koch intertwines his love of poetry with family experiences to provide a unique perspective on the early history of West Point. The Father of West Point, Sylvanus Thayer, has returned from the mist of history in the form of a ghost to seek an update of the academy from a cadet. As the two men converse over a number of nights, they lyrically explore the early history of West Point from its founding in 1802 until World War One. Thayer’s Return shares historical verse that lyrically explores the fascinating early history of West Point.< Less
Reference Point By Michael Hurd
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The Gathering returns in this sequel/conclusion to "Enter the Witness." In order to successfully complete its message, The Gathering must guide you to The Reference Point. Achieving this,... More > you'll have all you need for the return journey Home. Reference Point begins by drawing you into its plan for successfully moving through the event of The Revealing. The Revealing will arrive unexpectedly, with an aim to altering perception and showing you another way. Bax returns with a promise to awaken you to your unique abilities in the world. The future is in need of your leadership. Reality’s time is running out…< Less
At the Point of the Sword By Herbert Hayens
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Even José, however, could not impress a vessel that had no existence, and the bay was empty. A few boats only lay peacefully resting on the placid waters, but of a ship there was no sign. We... More > stood for an hour staring seaward, as if our will could conjure up a vessel, and then returned to the town. We paid a visit to the governor, but he could not help us. It was unlikely there would be a vessel, he said, until Lord Cochrane returned with the squadron from Callao.< Less

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