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Beyond Eden

Author : Catherine Coulter
ISBN : 0451202317
Genre : Fiction
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When sophisticated, wealthy Sydney Fox marries the suave, jet-setting Prince Alessandro Di Contini, everything seems perfect, until the Prince rapes his wife's sister, Lindsay Fox, a crime that triggers a deadly chain of events.

Beyond Eden

Author : Tina Newcomb
ISBN : 9781947786196
Genre : Fiction
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Welcome to Eden Falls, Washington, where small town charm mingles with the demands of daily life. Misty Garrett has a husband, a lovely Seattle home, and a new baby. Living what seems the perfect live brings little happiness when her heart is mired in past anger and sorrow. Misty’s own mother abandoned her when she was six, which she blamed on a passive father and small town life. When she learns her mother lives in Sacramento, she leaves Eden Falls in search of the love she’s longed for since childhood. Once there, she deals with the harsh realities of her mother’s true character, while seeing too much of herself in her mother’s actions. Beam Garrett never imagined himself as a father, but now that he is, he’ll do anything to protect his daughter. Left by a wife who has followed in her mother’s errant footsteps, he gives up city life to return to Eden Falls and the support of his family. Beam makes a fresh start when he accepts a partnership in his father-in-law’s local hardware store. Tragedy strikes, bringing Misty back to Eden Falls and her family. To stay, she must move beyond her past or risk losing a chance for real love.

Beyond Eden

Author : Sharon Linnea
ISBN : 9781933608037
Genre : Fiction
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Time is of the essence... A young book editor stumbles from the site of a chemical attack in a London subway, accepts a woman's offer of help, and then vanishes... A group of boys in upstate New York goes sledding. One never comes home... A military convoy approaches a lone figure on a dusty road in southern Iraq. The woman is Army Chaplain Jamie Richards - and it seems she's been gone a lifetime. After two years in Eden, Jamie has chosen to return to the "terris" world as a duel citizen. But she soon discovers that seemingly random kidnappings are fatefully and tragically connected. The victims, all descendants of Eden, have the one thing people outside of paradise want - a way to live forever.

Beyond Eden

Author : Konrad Schmid
ISBN : 3161496469
Genre : Religion
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Beyond Eden

Author : David Duncan
ISBN : UOM:39015031231643
Genre : Science fiction, American
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Envisioning Eden

Author : Noel B. Salazar
ISBN : 1845456610
Genre : Social Science
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As tourism service standards become more homogeneous, travel destinations worldwide are conforming yet still trying to maintain, or even increase, their distinctiveness. Based on more than two years of fieldwork in Yogyakarta, Indonesia and Arusha, Tanzania, this book offers an in-depth investigation of the local-to-global dynamics of contemporary tourism. Each destination offers examples that illustrate how tour guide narratives and practices are informed by widely circulating imaginaries of the past as well as personal imaginings of the future.

Hell Beyond Eden

Author : Keith Spratley
ISBN : 9780595380091
Genre : Fiction
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It is November, the year 2254, and a nuclear holocaust has just been released on the Earth. The phrase 'mutually assured destruction' becomes a grim reality and all life on the planet is extinguished. However, there are survivors There are colonies within the solar system and in nearby star systems. In orbit on board the Colony Vessel Nelson Mandela, Matt Logan and his hard bitten squad of Deep Space Marine Corps veterans view the destruction of their home planet. The colony ship is manned only by a crew of inexperienced youngsters, the senior personnel spending a last night on Earth before embarking on the longest journey so far undertaken by Man. The vessel also contains a 'cargo' of 5,000 colonists, bound for the distant planet Eden, where they were due to set up a third colony. Hell Beyond Eden tells the story of Matt Logan and his struggle to preserve this precious remnant of human life that he is sworn to protect. As the home planet of humanity is destroyed beneath him, he launches the Nelson on its voyage to Eden, only to find that there are forms of hell other than that typified by the inferno below.

Beyond Eden

Author : David V. Forrest MD
ISBN : 1478786906
Genre : Art
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What is it like to pose in the nude, the only one undressed, before an intensely observant audience? Thirty female and five male fine arts models tell their surprising experience. Who are these people? What can they tell us about the emotions of being examined, by and artist, a lover, or a doctor? Beyond Eden invites your curiosity. David Forrest has uncovered universal human truths in his studies of Vietnamese child-rearing and gambling addiction. Now he does the same in a warmly lyrical but also coolly analytic study of people who uncover themselves--i.e., the men and women who pose in the nude for artists and students of figure drawing. What he finds is a mystery of what is revealed and what hidden when we remove our outer garments, the state in which we entered the world, and in which we find ourselves most vulnerable to love, hate, and everything in between. --Martha Bayles, Boston University Columnist, The Wall Street Journal and Boston Globe; Author of Through a Screen Darkly: Popular Culture, Public Diplomacy and America's Image Abroad The intent of David Forrest's watercolor sketches of the models is not to display anatomy for the sake of anatomy, but to understand their underlying character. His contemporary objective, which I share in part, is not to be a mirror but to discover the emotional strength without self-deception that we have in direct visual contact with reality. From the earliest cave art, we see this modern aim to show the emotion in the subject. ---Alex Gamberg, Russian emigrE artist and illustrator, School of Sergei Orlov By picture and interview, David Forrest draws sensitive portraits of the fascinating and misunderstood women and men who are the subjects of Figurative artists. His watercolor sketches, created in minutes, are reminiscent of Chan painting. With an uncorrected brush, he creates empathic, convincing images of his subjects, whom he has freely encouraged to paint themselves in words. --Nancy C. Blume, Head of Arts Education, Asia Society Museum With an artist's keen eye, the author enters the mysterious private spaces of the silent models of fine artists, and accords them the ultimate respect of speaking for themselves. --Eric Fowler, Collections Manager, Society of Illustrators Which makes the book so especially rewarding: wonderful, illuminating, and compelling stories--and wonderful, sensitive drawings by--a psychoanalyst who happens also to be a fine artist? Or--is he a fine artist who happens also to be a psychoanalyst? I leave it to the reader, having read and seen this superb and unusual book, to decide. --Michael C. Stone, M.D., Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, Columbia University Author of The Anatomy of Evil and The Borderline Syndromes This unique and often quite beautiful book of portraits and interviews broaches a topic surprisingly absent from most medical school curricula: intimacy. The provocative issues raised by Dr. Forrest would profitably be addressed by physicians who, after all, have the rare opportunity both to see their patients' bodies and hear their innermost thoughts. --Barron Lerner, M.D., Professor of Medicine, New York University School of Medicine, Author of The Good Doctor: A Father, a Son and the Evolution of Medicine

Beyond Eden

Author : J. M. Morgan
ISBN : 1558176020
Genre : Texas
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In the sequel to Desert Eden, the children of the scientists who entered the sealed dome of Biosphere Seven twenty years earlier to escape a deadly plague begin to grow restless in their hermetically sealed world and long to leave. Original.

Beyond Dance

Author : Eden Davies
ISBN : 9781135512316
Genre : Music
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Beyond Dance: Laban's Legacy of Movement Analysis offers students of dance and movement a brief introduction to the life and work of Rudolf Laban, and how this work has been extended into the fields of movement therapy, communications, early childhood development, and other fields. While many dance students know of Laban and his work as it applies to their field, few know the full story of how this technique has developed and grown. For many who enter into the fields of dance movement therapy, performance, and communications, there are valuable lessons to be learned from Laban and his follower's works. Beyond Dance offers a concise introduction to this world. Refreshingly free of jargon and easy to understand, the work offers dance students – and others interested in human movement – a full picture of the many possibilities inherent in Laban's theories. For many who will pursue careers 'beyond dance', this work will be a useful guidebook into related areas. This will be ideally suited to students of Laban movement theory in dance and movement therapy, and will be used in advanced courses in these areas as useful, brief introduction to the field.

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