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Eclipse The Flame Ignite The Shadows Book 2

Author : Ingrid Seymour
ISBN : 9780008113681
Genre : Fiction
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The sequel to the epic IGNITE THE SHADOWS

From The Flames Book 2 Instruments Of Death

Author : Connor Rigg
ISBN : 9781326202231
Genre : Fiction
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John's gateway between the universes may have been prevented... but there is more than one way to conjure one... and the secret may be as simple as death... and that death could pave Iciest's way into our universe... ""As my rage flourished, over time the town slowly began to wither away and dilapidate itself - far worse than anthropogenically possible. The roads twisted and cracked. Houses crumbled and collapsed into colossal heaps of rubble. Every plant and animal died and my demons grew in both size, and power enabling them to easily kill any of the cultists naive enough to leave their sanctuary, in an attempt to destroy me."" The war raging between the universes of the living and dead are slowly reaching a crushing crescendo, as the Titans, the Draconians, and the dead all stand against each other as the final moments for life begin to draw to a close...

American Eclipse A Nation S Epic Race To Catch The Shadow Of The Moon And Win The Glory Of The World

Author : David Baron
ISBN : 9781631490170
Genre : Science
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Richly illustrated and meticulously researched, American Eclipse ultimately depicts a young nation that looked to the skies to reveal its towering ambition and expose its latent genius. On a scorching July afternoon in 1878, at the dawn of the Gilded Age, the moon’s shadow descended on the American West, darkening skies from Montana Territory to Texas. This rare celestial event—a total solar eclipse—offered a priceless opportunity to solve some of the solar system’s most enduring riddles, and it prompted a clutch of enterprising scientists to brave the wild frontier in a grueling race to the Rocky Mountains. Acclaimed science journalist David Baron, long fascinated by eclipses, re-creates this epic tale of ambition, failure, and glory in a narrative that reveals as much about the historical trajectory of a striving young nation as it does about those scant three minutes when the blue sky blackened and stars appeared in mid-afternoon. In vibrant historical detail, American Eclipse animates the fierce jockeying that came to dominate late nineteenth-century American astronomy, bringing to life the challenges faced by three of the most determined eclipse chasers who participated in this adventure. James Craig Watson, virtually forgotten in the twenty-first century, was in his day a renowned asteroid hunter who fantasized about becoming a Gilded Age Galileo. Hauling a telescope, a star chart, and his long-suffering wife out west, Watson believed that he would discover Vulcan, a hypothesized "intra-Mercurial" planet hidden in the sun’s brilliance. No less determined was Vassar astronomer Maria Mitchell, who—in an era when women’s education came under fierce attack—fought to demonstrate that science and higher learning were not anathema to femininity. Despite obstacles erected by the male-dominated astronomical community, an indifferent government, and careless porters, Mitchell courageously charged west with a contingent of female students intent on observing the transcendent phenomenon for themselves. Finally, Thomas Edison—a young inventor and irrepressible showman—braved the wilderness to prove himself to the scientific community. Armed with his newest invention, the tasimeter, and pursued at each stop by throngs of reporters, Edison sought to leverage the eclipse to cement his place in history. What he learned on the frontier, in fact, would help him illuminate the world. With memorable accounts of train robberies and Indian skirmishes, David Baron’s page-turning drama refracts nineteenth-century science through the mythologized age of the Wild West, revealing a history no less fierce and fantastical.

Total Addiction

Author : Kate Russo
ISBN : 9783642304811
Genre : Science
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Seeing a total solar eclipse is often described as a once-in-a-lifetime experience. However, for many who have experienced totality, once-in-a-lifetime is simply not enough. They want more, and are willing to go to great lengths often at great expense to repeat the experience. What is it like to experience totality? What is it about the experience that motivates these eclipse chasers? Is there an eclipse chaser personality? Can eclipse chasing actually be described as an addiction? This book describes the people who dedicate their lives to chasing their dream.


Author : David H. Levy
ISBN : 074340727X
Genre : Science
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The author of More Things in Heaven and Earth provides a firsthand account of the 1999 solar eclipse that describes his observations of and reactions to the event and discusses the history of solar eclipses, why they happen, and their influence.

The Book Of The Eclipse

Author : David Ovason
ISBN : 9781448164653
Genre : Reference
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As David Ovason shows, eclipse have always marked turning points in history and in the lives of individuals: the foundation of Rome, the crucifixion, the saving of the live of Christopher Columbus, the foundation of Washington DC, the death of Diana, Princess of Wales and even the future fall from grace of President Clinton are among Ovason's many examples. Ovason also shows how stone circles were linked to eclipses and how these events have always been supposed by initiates to create shadow-tunnels into the spiritual world, allowing special possibilities of communication with the spiritual world.

School And Home Education

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ISBN : CHI:48507288
Genre : Education
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The Public School Journal

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ISBN : IOWA:31858045241670
Genre : Education
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Being In The Shadow

Author : Kate Russo
ISBN : 199970780X
Genre : Nature
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Through personal stories of six ordinary people, this narrative non-fiction book describes what it is like to experience a total eclipse for the first time. After these stories, you will understand why you MUST try to experience this eerie and awe-inspiring event yourself. Essential reading, written by an eclipse-chasing psychologist.

Report Of The Commissioner Of Education To The Governor

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ISBN : UIUC:30112118491312
Genre : Education
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