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Human By Ajay Joseph
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The war is over. The Elites have arisen. The humans that survived are forced with a choice – serve their new found masters, or be forced to live in a desolate wasteland where it's a crime be... More > human. Felicia was raised as the First Daughter of Supreme Leader Orson Krailo and lived a life of luxury. She realizes several truths about herself as well as who the Elites really are. And decides to take matters into her own hands. As the Elites prepare to finish what they stared – rid the planet of humans forever – Felicia is determined to save not only herself but also those she cares about. Even if it means losing the ones she is closest to. From the mind of Ajay Joseph, Human is an epic, dystopian, suspenseful thrill ride beginning to end that will leave you breathless.< Less
Raising My Vibration By Alex Warner
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The memoirs of a mystical family man who still seeks for inner peace, and for the truth of humanity.
The Walls of Covenant — the Raising of the Troupe By Lee Howard
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The 1000-year-old city of Covenant—built to unite humanity and rescue it from extinction—is coming apart: can five teenage outcasts from rival Orders overcome the divisions within... More > themselves and between each other—and save it?< Less
Raising Jesus, the Early Years By Bernard Barcio, L.H.D.
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Have you ever wondered about the missing years of Jesus' life story, the years not chronicled by the Gospels? How did the future Messiah transform from a young man into the leader of one of the most... More > powerful religious movements in human history? In this fictional story, the author, Bernard F. Barcio, L.H.D., attempts to uncover the story of how Jesus, the son of Mary, came to know and prepare for his life as the Messiah. Though this is a work of fiction, Dr. Barcio has thoughtfully crafted an entertaining and believable story compatible with the doctrine of the New Testament. For fans and followers of the example of Christ, Raising Jesus, the Early Years, offers insight into the human experiences that led to the coming of age of one of the most captivating personalities the world has ever known.< Less
Raising Jesus, the Early Years By Bernard F. Barcio, L.H.D.
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Have you ever wondered about the missing years of Jesus' life story, the years not chronicled by the Gospels? How did the future Messiah transform from a young man into the leader of one of the most... More > powerful religious movements in human history? In this fictional story, the author, Bernard F. Barcio, L.H.D., attempts to uncover the story of how Jesus, the son of Mary, came to know and prepare for his life as the Messiah. Though this is a work of fiction, Dr. Barcio has thoughtfully crafted an entertaining and believable story compatible with the doctrine of the New Testament. For fans and followers of the example of Christ, Jesus The Early Years offers insight into the human experiences that led to the coming of age of one of the most captivating personalities the world has ever known.< Less
The Human Cycle By •Sayyid Muhammad Husayn Jalali
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Introduction In the Name of Allah, the All-Beneficent, the All-Merciful Being a relatively new father, I wanted to make sure I understood the Islamic way of raising children. Therefore, in the fall... More > of 2009 (Shawwal 1430 A.H.), I decided to call our beloved teacher, Sayyid Muhammad Husayn Jalali of the Open School in Chicago, IL. I asked him for some advice in regards to raising children as well as some specific questions concerning disciplining children. While we were discussing, Sayyid Jalali gave me the option of taking a full class on the subject, and I took that option.< Less
Human Takeaway By Alessandro Napolitano Massimo Baglione
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What if we were cattles grazing for someone who needs a lot of of food? How would we feel if it had been us to be raised for the whole time waiting for the moment to be slaughtered? This is the spark... More > that gives the authors a chance to talk about the human spirit, which can show at the same time great love and indiscriminate, ruthless selfishness. In this original parody of an alien invasion, we follow the short story of a couple bound by deep love, and of the tragic decision taken by the heads of state to face the invasion. Two apparently unconnected stories that will join in the end for the good of the human race. So, this is a story to be read in one gulp, with many ironic and paradoxical facets, a pinch of sadness and an ending that costed dearly to the two authors. (review by Cosimo Vitiello) Authors: Massimo Baglione and Alessandro Napolitano. Cover artist: Roberta Guardascione. Translation from Italian: Carmelo Massimo Tidona.< Less
Human Into Robot By This Guy
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Enter the Sci-Fi world of ultra advanced military technological weaponry in this new thriller. Psychological horror and devastation in ways you would never imagine awaits as the main character finds... More > himself in inconceivable situations with no end in sight. Witness the power of futuristic technologies being applied to completely obliterate and destroy entirely in a graphic and gruesome adventure Born and raised in a loving, caring family,, the main character is met with endless adversity due to unknowns about the world that anybody would rather not know. Experience the author's imagination to create unheard of technologies and potential for creative possibilities that the world only hopes and prays do not manifest. Human Into Robot is a must read for people that have a craving to experience something new and different. Follow along and witness complete and utter pain in it's rawest, purest, and most advanced form. 18+, Mature Audiences Only Sci-Fi Novel< Less
Of Human Bondage By W. Somerset Maugham
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'It is very difficult for a writer of my generation, if he is honest, to pretend indifference to the work of Somerset Maugham,' wrote Gore Vidal. 'He was always so entirely there.' Originally... More > published in 1915, Of Human Bondage is a potent expression of the power of sexual obsession and of modern man's yearning for freedom. This classic bildungsroman tells the story of Philip Carey, a sensitive boy born with a clubfoot who is orphaned and raised by a religious aunt and uncle. Philip yearns for adventure, and at eighteen leaves home, eventually pursuing a career as an artist in Paris. When he returns to London to study medicine, he meets the androgynous but alluring Mildred and begins a doomed love affair that will change the course of his life. There is no more powerful story of sexual infatuation, of human longing for connection and freedom. 'Here is a novel of the utmost importance,' wrote Theodore Dreiser on publication. 'It is a beacon of light by which the wanderer may be guided.< Less
Of Human Bondage By W. Somerset Maugham
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Of Human Bondage (1915) is a novel by W. Somerset Maugham. It is generally agreed to be his masterpiece and to be strongly autobiographical in nature, although Maugham stated, "This is a novel,... More > not an autobiography, though much in it is autobiographical, more is pure invention." Story of Philip Carey, a boy who is orphaned and left to be raised be his elderly aunt and uncle who are highly religious and not very affectionate. The book begins with the death of Helen Carey, the mother of nine-year-old Philip Carey. Philip's father Henry had died a few months before, and the orphan Philip, born with a club foot, is sent to live with his Aunt Louisa and Uncle William Carey. Early chapters relate Philip's experience at the vicarage. Louisa tries to be a mother to Philip, but his uncle takes a cold disposition towards him. Philip's uncle has a vast collection of books, and Philip enjoys reading to find ways to escape his mundane existence. The Modern Library ranked in is list of the 100 best novels.< Less