Praise for the Otherworld Novels: “Spectacularly hot and supernaturally breathtaking.” —New York Times bestselling author Alyssa Day “Galenorn’s imagination is a beautiful thing.” —Fresh Fiction INCLUDES A PREVIEW OF THE ...
Author: Yasmine Galenorn
New York Times bestselling author Yasmine Galenorn returns with another thrilling foray into Otherworld—introducing a new cast of heroes alongside the D’Artigo sisters… When the half-demon Carter approaches Menolly and her sisters desperately asking for their help, they think he's just had a tiff with Shimmer, his blue dragon girlfriend. But after talking to Alex Radcliffe, the owner of the Fly By Night Magical Investigations Agency where Shimmer works, they suspect that she has been kidnapped by an old enemy of Alex's. Now, Alex must join forces with the D'Artigo sisters in a desperate race to find Shimmer before Julian, a powerful vampire from Alex's past with a grudge to settle, can use the dragon to wreak havoc on Seattle as revenge. Praise for the Otherworld Novels: “Spectacularly hot and supernaturally breathtaking.” —New York Times bestselling author Alyssa Day “Galenorn’s imagination is a beautiful thing.” —Fresh Fiction INCLUDES A PREVIEW OF THE OTHERWORLD NOVEL PRIESTESS DREAMING New York Times bestselling author Yasmine Galenorn writes urban fantasy, mystery, and metaphysical nonfiction, including the New York Times bestselling Otherworld series. A graduate of Evergreen State College, she majored in theater and creative writing. Yasmine has been in the Craft for more than thirty years and is a shamanic witch. She describes her life as a blend of teacups and tattoos, and lives in the Seattle area with her husband, Samwise, and their cats.
Flight. from. Hell. We had to get the bear ready for the flight, which eventually
became our last fight together. The nurse entered the room to dress Dad for our
departure. Dad rolled over, and curled up in the bed. He pulled his sheet up,
Author: Alicia Mo'Batti
father-daughter relationship of abuse and betrayal. Father abuses daughter Alicia, she's removed from the home by the courts. In her adult life she is still there for him. It causes her to get in a car accident she loses everything, he sues her, accuses her of trying to kill him. After he was diagnosed with lung cancer and 3 months to live he calls her to fly him from Washington State back to California to be buried. It ends up being the flight from hell.
Flight. to. Hell. Once, while flying at forty thousand feet on an intercontinental flight my mind flew faster: if the autopilots fail or the relaxing pilots fall asleep and
the plane plunges into the ocean or trundles down truncating forest trees what
Author: Kedar Nath Sharma
Publisher: Allied Publishers
After having written about the Paradise in his collection titled Paradise Returned and Other Poems, he wanted to visit Hell and the idea came to his mind while travelling from USA to India. Different religions have different notions about the hell. So starting from Vishnu Puran and Garud Puran of the Hindus, the Bible of Christians and the Quran of the Muslims he studied about Jain and the Buddhist conceptions and wrote the poem Flight to Hell. The rest of poems are composed on the basis of his personal experiences and the places visited by him.
95 HIGH FLIGHT FROM HELL by H . W . Ellzey What is the U . S . federal prison
system really like ? What basic human rights are the prisoners promised and
what rights are actually observed ? Is a debt to society ever fully repaid by
as if I were soaring like a bird high up in the sky, and not seconds away from
burning in hell forever. I defiantly shouted out, “Jesus, You are Lord! You are Lord
!” As I said this, I bowed down in total surrender before His Name. High Pitch and
Author: Michele Pulford
Publisher: Redemption Press
A young woman’s unforgettable account of dying twice and experiencing the horrors of hell and the indescribable wonders of heaven is a personal love story, a warning, and a picture of the reality of eternal life and the love of God that will not let us go.
Fallows, a correspondent for Atlantic Monthly, explores future trends in commercial aviation technology that may make airline travel easier and quicker than the current hub system.
Author: James Fallows
Category: Business & Economics
Fallows, a correspondent for Atlantic Monthly, explores future trends in commercial aviation technology that may make airline travel easier and quicker than the current hub system. He focuses on three separate groups of innovators who are developing a NASA small plane research program, a small airplane with a parachute for the entire plane, and an inexpensive jet plane for air taxi services. c. Book News Inc.
The first neardeath experience I would like toshare with youI have named “The
Real Flight from Hell.” It was not the other “Flight from Hell” that was widely
reported on and blown out of proportion by many Internet wrestling sites. Rather,
Author: Jimmy Korderas
Publisher: ECW Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Highlighting the triumphs and tragedies Jimmy Korderas experienced, this entertaining biography focuses on his 20-year career as a World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) referee. For the first time, Korderas talks about the harrowing experience of being in the ring during Owen Hart’s accident and about the horrific effects of the Chris Benoit tragedy—the most difficult moments of his life in wrestling. The book also includes untold stories from both inside and outside the ring, highlighting the bonds Korderas formed with WWE superstars such as Eddie Guerrero, Edge, John Cena, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, Christian, and Chris Jericho. A fun read from a man who, rather than having an ax to grind, wants to inspire wrestling fans and prove that dreams do come true.
The value of this manuscript lies in its first-person documentation of Volga German life under Stalin. German professor and literary scholar Virginia L. Lewis has rendered Neuwirt's original German account into faithful English translation.
Author: Virginia L. Lewis
Publisher: Peter Lang Incorporated, International Academic Publishers
This autobiographical narrative provides a unique personal account of the life of a Volga German under the Bolshevik Revolution and subsequent famine, agricultural collectivization, and Stalinist regime with its persecution of minorities including ethnic Germans in the Soviet Union. The fact that its author, master miller Heinrich Neuwirt (1902-1953), survived as long as he did is a testimony to the resourcefulness, determination to survive, and capacity to endure hardship he evinced as he was repeatedly ensnared in Stalin's net, imprisoned, enslaved, and finally sent to the Russian front in a penal army. Neuwirt only managed to produce his account as a result of finding refuge in West Germany after the war, and although the manuscript made it to Volga German relatives in the United States, nothing came of publication efforts since it was written in German. The value of this manuscript lies in its first-person documentation of Volga German life under Stalin. German professor and literary scholar Virginia L. Lewis has rendered Neuwirt's original German account into faithful English translation.