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Queen Heir

Author : Leia Stone
ISBN : 0982068719
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Arianna is a queen heir, at 20 years old she's now eligible for the crown of wolf shifters. Heirs are trained and groomed so that they're ready, should the queen perish. The Red Queen has stood for a century and her power beyond reckoning, until she is murdered. Four heirs will now fight for the crown. Let the summit begin.

The Queen S Heir

Author : Lauren Montague
ISBN : 1367860202
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Synopsis: Kimberly Rosehill is a girl who dislikes the monotony of life. She's a girl who wants to affect the world. Her chance to do that comes when she discovers that she is heir to the throne of a distant land that no one knows exists. But there is one slight problem. An evil queen is currently on the throne, and to take it back, Kim will have to face her and her whole army. And to do that, Kim has to make an army of her own.About the Author and Book:In the the fall of 2013 Lauren, who was at the time thirteen years old, decided to take pencil in hand and began writing a novel. Coming from a house full of artists she found herself highly encouraged by her parents to finish it and go through the entire process of self-publishing a book. The process was an adventure and it was exciting for her to try to complete a project at this scale. Along with the coaching of her mother, father, and friends she began looking for someone who could work alongside her as an editor in order to deliver a final and complete manuscript. She found an amazing talent in Emily Mogren, an illustration major at Seattle Pacific University with a knack and skill for editing prose, to be her editor. Once editing was finished she also contracted the fantasy genre illustration expertise of Abigail Platter, now a Seattle Pacific University alumni of the illustration program. Sarah Hunt, another talented and strong woman, designed the final book cover and typeset the print edition of the book. The result is an action packed first novel that was completed in the spring of 2015

Destiny S Heir

Author : Y. M. Roger
ISBN : 9781493113606
Genre : Fiction
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Chicalia Prime: a planet whose population is divided between the Light and the Dark – designations denoting physical attributes and nothing else. It is a small and insignificant planet with a plethora of political problems. However, the intricate aftermath to the climax of those problems has spent the last fifty neras or so weaving itself into the fabric of the over-arching authority – the Galactic Fleet – and the purviews thereof. And while it is becoming increasingly evident that there are other forces working against the Fleet yet simultaneous to those intricacies, it is clear that the offspring of Chicalia’s political problems and those loyal to them and their causes will completely re-shape the government of the Fleet – transferring the Fleet’s seat of power from Galactica Triune to the soon-to-be not-so-insignificant Chicalia Prime. One of those intricacies, Captain Shanteela Ka-Lantrel – or Kaylen to her close friends – in command of the Fleet’s crown jewel, Destiny, knows nothing of the Royal blood that runs through her veins. But Kaylen’s destiny along with those under her command have become entwined with that of another – the exiled OverLord Assassin Thetuderal “Thetu” Shaliagn – and his many brothers in arms. So, as life still continues back on Chicalia Prime, it seems the future of the Fleet and, therefore, the galaxy, is being prophetically and passionately unlocked with Thetu and Kaylen at its epi-center. “Out of the ashes of a flawed foundation and damaged framework, Sha’Hylira shall raise an invincible government that will proclaim His name to the far corners of the universe.”

Landscapes Of Collectivity In The Life Sciences

Author : Snait Gissis
ISBN : 9780262036856
Genre : Science
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Many researchers and scholars in the life sciences have become increasingly critical of the traditional methodological focus on the individual. This volume counters such methodological individualism by exploring recent and influential work in the life sciences that utilizes notions of collectivity, sociality, rich interactions, and emergent phenomena as essential explanatory tools to handle numerous questions in the life sciences. The contributors consider case studies of collectivity that range from microorganisms to human consensus, discussing theoretical and empirical challenges and the innovative methods and solutions scientists have devised. The contributors offer historical, philosophical, and biological perspectives on collectivity, and describe collective phenomena seen in insects, the immune system, communication, and human collectivity, with examples ranging from cooperative transport in the longhorn crazy ant to the evolution of autobiographical memory. They examine ways of explaining collectivity, including case studies and modeling approaches, and explore collectivity's explanatory power. They present a comprehensive look at a specific case of collectivity: the holobiont notion (the idea of a multispecies collective, a host and diverse microorganisms) and the hologenome theory (which posits that the holobiont and its hologenome are a unit of adaption). The volume concludes with reflections on the work of the late physicist Eshel Ben-Jacob, a pioneer in the study of collective phenomena in living systems.

The Sisters Who Would Be Queen

Author : Leanda de Lisle
ISBN : 9780345516688
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • “Leanda de Lisle brings the story of nine days’ queen Lady Jane Grey and her forgotten sisters, the rivals of Elizabeth I, to vivid life in her fascinating biography.”—Philippa Gregory Mary, Katherine, and Jane Grey–sisters whose mere existence nearly toppled a kingdom and altered a nation’s destiny–are the captivating subjects of Leanda de Lisle’s new book. The Sisters Who Would Be Queen breathes fresh life into these three young women, who were victimized in the notoriously vicious Tudor power struggle and whose heirs would otherwise probably be ruling England today. Born into aristocracy, the Grey sisters were the great-granddaughters of Henry VII, grandnieces to Henry VIII, legitimate successors to the English throne, and rivals to Henry VIII’s daughters, Mary and Elizabeth. Lady Jane, the eldest, was thrust center stage by greedy men and uncompromising religious politics when she briefly succeeded Henry’s son, the young Edward I. Dubbed “the Nine Days Queen” after her short, tragic reign from the Tower of London, Jane has over the centuries earned a special place in the affections of the English people as a “queen with a public heart.” But as de Lisle reveals, Jane was actually more rebel than victim, more leader than pawn, and Mary and Katherine Grey found that they would have to tread carefully in order to avoid sharing their elder sister’s violent fate. Navigating the politics of the Tudor court after Jane’ s death was a precarious challenge. Katherine Grey, who sought to live a stable life, earned the trust of Mary I, only to risk her future with a love marriage that threatened Queen Elizabeth’s throne. Mary Grey, considered too petite and plain to be significant, looked for her own escape from the burden of her royal blood–an impossible task after she followed her heart and also incurred the queen’s envy, fear, and wrath. Exploding the many myths of Lady Jane Grey’s life, unearthing the details of Katherine’s and Mary’s dramatic stories, and casting new light on Elizabeth’s reign, Leanda de Lisle gives voice and resonance to the lives of the Greys and offers perspective on their place in history and on a time when a royal marriage could gain a woman a kingdom or cost her everything.

Black Rose Queen

Author : Connie Suttle
ISBN : 9781634780124
Genre : Fiction
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If you desire the lightning, you must also prepare for the storm. — Colonel Armon * * * Az-ca's Kings have never invaded the land of their enemy. Will a Queen be so bold? Sherra devises new ways to strike at the Supreme Leader of Ny-nes, only to discover that he is stronger and more devious than she and Kerok could ever imagine. When they inevitably clash, will there be a victor?

Mary Queen Of Scots

Author : Retha M. Warnicke
ISBN : 9781134436064
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"Scholars now have Warnicke to use as their chief one volume study of Mary" Julian Goodare, University of Edinburgh In this biography of one of the most intriguing figures of early modern European history, Retha Warnicke, widely regarded as a leading historian on Tudor queenship, offers a fresh interpretation of the life of Mary Stuart, popularly known as Mary Queen of Scots. Setting Mary's life within the context of the cultural and intellectual climate of the time and bringing to life the realities of being a female monarch in the sixteenth century, Warnicke also examines Mary's three marriages, her constant ill health and her role in numerous plots and conspiracies. Placing Mary within the context of early modern gender relations, Warnicke reveals the challenges that faced her and the forces that worked to destroy her. This highly readable and fascinating study will pour fresh light on the much-debated life of a central figure of the sixteenth century, providing a new interpretation of Mary Stuart's impact on politics, gender and nationhood in the Tudor era.

The American Shorthorn Herd Book

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924066239033
Genre : Cattle
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Eleanor Of Aquitaine And The Four Kings

Author : Amy Kelly
ISBN : 0674242548
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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An account of Queen Eleanor which describes her dramatic life as a queen, her marriages, and her contributions to that period

The Parliamentary History Of England From The Earliest Period To The Year 1803

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ISBN : CHI:45296784
Genre : Great Britain
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Includes information from the Norman conquest through the 1st session of the 2d Parliament.

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