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Wolf Sight

Author : Rachel Raithby
ISBN : 1984365630
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The packs have aligned. Peace is here. But it came at a price.Cage's world shifted when Katalina arrived but not in the way he'd expected. The pain is tearing him apart, and with each day, he loses a piece of himself. Unable to watch Katalina love someone else, Cage sees no other option but to leave the pack.Will he find the answers he seeks? Or has he taken the wrong path, altering the fate of not just himself but the pack he'd once called home?Anna's world is one of confusion and dreams. When a vision of a boy's death begins to haunt her, she leaves everything behind in hopes of finding him. But Anna finds far more than she expected. She'll be pushed to the limits, and her faith will waver.In the end she must decide-are her visions a gift or a curse?

Wolfsaugen

Author : David Clement-Davies
ISBN : 3407786115
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Second Sight

Author : J. F. Althouse
ISBN : 9780982234358
Genre : Archaeology
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Jordan Wright, former Navy Seal turned architect, has made the discovery of a lifetime. An ancient carving on a sea cliff in Peru points the way to Egypt, where a buried chamber may be hidden beneath the Pyramids of Giza. Legend claims the chamber contains the priceless artifacts and history of mankind dating back to the dawn of time. Joined by a team of archeologists and funded by a mysterious benefactor, Jordan travels to Egypt, where he discovers more than he bargained for: a portal to a long-forgotten time. He is maroon in the Second Age of Man--the Age of Atlantis. Hailed as a prophet, he is thrown into the midst of a brutal war of epic proportions. There he must not only fight for the lives of his companions, but quite possibly the survival of the human race.

Hidden In Plain Sight

Author : Amy Lee Burgess
ISBN : 9781616503703
Genre : Fiction
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The Wolf Within, #3 As Stanzie discovers her wolf, she learns being herself is more dangerous than ever. Where is Bethany Dillon? The seventeen year-old girl is missing from the Maplefair pack and Constance Newcastle--Stanzie--and Liam Murphy must find her. Fast. A serial killer still has not been caught. Bethany could have run away, or killed herself. But no one in her pack seems to know the truth. Or, they're just not telling. Constanceís knack for uncovering secrets leads her into peril, and to save Bethany, she must break every rule. She risks losing everything, including Liam. . .and her life. 90,135 Words

Sight Of Proteus

Author : Charles Sheffield
ISBN : 9780575083769
Genre : Fiction
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In the 22nd century a combination of computer-augmented bio-feedback and chemo-therapy techniques has given man the ability not only to heal himself, but to change himself - to alter his very shape at will. But Form Change has its darker aspects, ranging from unautorized experimentation on human subjects to a threat to the very essence of humanity - a SIGHT OF PROTEUS.

Hiding In Plain Sight

Author : Molly Wolf
ISBN : 0814625061
Genre : Religion
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Failing to notice God in daily life may be what keeps us from experiencing the full joy of God's presence. In Hiding in Plain Sight, Molly Wolf shows that, by relating God-talk to the practical and the everyday, we can find love, joy, and God right where we are: "hiding in plain sight." These short, lively pieces pull together the sacred and the human, looking for God in such ordinary things as lilacs, mud season, turtles, dancing ants, a handful of sheep's wool, the turn of the season, and plumbing?all places where Wolf suggests God can be found?not locked in the tabernacle, not hiding behind a mass of complex concepts, not absent from our pain, not out of reach, but here with us, in us, and among us in the laundry, the artwork, and the landscape we walk through. Intelligent, often humorous, always inspiring, Hiding in Plain Sight is the perfect book to keep handy for reflection. Essays are included under the following headings: "Herbs of Grace," "Staring at the Cat Bowl," "'Shall We Gather at the River,'" "Three Landscapes," "Come Wind, Come Weather," "Portraits, Chiefly Fictional," "Living in Sin," "The Hand of the Potter," "Outward and Visible," "Living into Grace," and "The Spinner." "Molly Wolf senses God at work in unexceptional situations?family challenges, generic conversations, natural phenomena, mundane events, friends or others she chances to meet. With earthy substance and uncanny insight she can turn an everyday experience into a serendipitous revelation." Dr. Wayne A. Holst University of Calgary"When Molly was a kid she occupied the duller parts of the church service by sneak-reading the psalms. Now you can follow her example. Take this book to church with you and when the sermon is dull take a peek at one of the chapters! Seriously, this is a splendid down-to-earth book for dipping into. There ought to be a copy by your bedside (and perhaps in your pew)." Terry Waite

She Wolf The Den

Author : Melanie Mayes
ISBN : 9781475991437
Genre : Fiction
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A werewolf, shape shifter, and witch, Melanie rules as the queen of her kingdom. After her parents' deaths years ago, she was entrusted to the care of her father's war chief, Devilman. Now, Melanie is old enough to run the kingdom, and as the last of her bloodline, she takes her role seriously. Tough, determined, and brave, she gets what she wants and that includes her new mate. Melanie challenges the vampire Silent Killer to a battle, and her prize for winning is Dark Wolf. They return to her kingdom, where Dark Wolf becomes an integral part of her life at the castle. Melanie faces many tests and challenges as she rules her kingdom. She has a lot of heart and love, but is that enough to ensure that her warriors, friends, and villagers have enough to eat, are warm, and safe? Only the time will tell.

Reynard The Fox After The Germ Version Of Goethe By T J Arnold With Illustr By J Wolf With Illustr From W Von Kaulbach

Author : Reynard (the fox)
ISBN : OXFORD:600095669
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Ember And Ash

Author : Pamela Freeman
ISBN : 9780748129508
Genre : Fiction
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Two peoples have been fighting over the same land for a thousand years. Invaders crushed the original inhabitants, and ancient powers have reluctantly given way to newer magics. But Ember was to change all this with a wedding to bind these warring people together - until her future goes up in flames. Ember's husband-to-be is murdered by a vengeful elemental god, who sees peace as a breach of faith. Set on retribution, she enlists the help of Ash, son of a seer. Together they will pit themselves against elementals of fire and ice in a last attempt to end the conflicts that have scarred their past. They must look to the present, as old furies are waking to violence and are eager to reclaim their people.

The Boy Who Cried Wolf S Art Of Sight

Author : Solomon Black
ISBN : 0990435903
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"A stunning work, dazzling in its stinging exactitude, marvelous in its zinging intelligence, mobility and light touch. Solomon Black's surprising and lovely book nimbly rises above the heaviness of the world, showing that his own gravity holds the key to lightness." -Laird Hunt, Pen/Faulkner finalist and author ofAnisfield-Wolf Book Award-winning Kind One "A terrific, truly unique and compelling document! An enlightenment story for the dark ages of the 21st century, The Boy Who Cried Wolf's Art of Sight is incredibly sure of itself as it twists and pokes its way into inventing an intuitive, experimental form that stretches all over but always lands in the right place. Close to music in the poetic, rhythmic sense of its visual images, this is a gripping and fully realized update of an ancient story, with a sure-footed sense of unity that never loses its way. Very impressive." -Sean Murphy, author of One Bird One Stone: 108 American Zen Stories What really happened to the Boy Who Cried Wolf? Was he disemboweled by savage animals and left to die from his wounds? Or did he survive insult and injury to find a better and longer life? The Boy Who Cried Wolf's Art of Sight: On the Origin of the Speechless, Solomon Black's radical revision of the familiar folktale, casts him as a visionary, a prophet who foretells impending disaster about to be visited on his home village in an unnamed country. Unheeded by family and neighbors, the boy flees as paramilitary militias descend on the village in a murderous rampage. This fiercely imagined graphic novel follows the ambiguous hero to an anonymous city and beyond, as he reinvents himself, consorts with street-dwellers and smugglers, and eventually becomes a Buddhist monk who finds enlightenment in a considered act of self-immolation. Far from a simply linear account of a dubious hero from a well-known fable, this densely packed and intensely vivid volume-a documentary film in book form, with ravishing photographic images-weaves in the ancient myth of Orpheus in the Underworld, the biblical tale of Ishmael and Isaac, Zen koans, fragments of Psalms, extracts from Talmud and poet Philip Whalen, references to Kafka and Peter and the Wolf, and submerged re-translations of Rumi. On top of all this are numerous accounts of self-immolation, spanning from the ancient Greek Cynic philosopher Peregrinus and mythical Chinese renunciate Ning Fengzi, to the more recent and better-known Vietnamese monk Thich Quang-Duc and five mostly forgotten Americans who burned themselves protesting the Vietnam War, to the hundred-plus contemporary Tibetans who have died from self-burning in protest against the Chinese occupation and oppression of Tibet. As it draws on old stories and modern atrocities to trace the Boy Who Cried Wolf's life after the events in that famous morality tale, with twists and turns every step of the way, this dark and grave comic book is also a dream-telling, a vision journey, a religious tract of sorrow and awakening, with flashes of humor and grace and unexpected lightness, and startling images pulling everything together.

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