I'll takeashift oraportion ofa shiftto give someonea break butI really wantto be free
to roam around.” They were about to leave when William Packett walked into the
room. Reggie shook his hand then introduced the four new men he brought ...
Author: Ronald C. Beach; Lee W. Pitts
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Higher education gains new meaning when Draper University, a prestigious school in Utah peaks, is awarded a federal grant to work on a plan to harness the sun’s gamma rays. Elsewhere, a high-tech electronics company, New Energy, meeting in Los Angeles, California, has won a government contract to develop the software that would propel a manned rocket to the moon for an exploratory mission. An agent of a foreign country works together with an American Company in an effort to deter the Ivy League school and the electronics company from achieving their goals by theft and sabotage. While explosions rock the laboratory of the university outside of Provo, Utah, a security company with offices in Bremerton, Washington, and Las Vegas, Nevada, race against time to uncover the treachery. The company, Secure Dreams, under the partnership of Reggie Nutsbagh and Toby Preston have their work cut out for them, as they search to find who or what lies behind the interruptions. An investigation in Los Angeles and Provo progress the two security specialists and the teams they have assembled find that the deceit has pervaded certain levels of the government—a discovery that ends up finding the president of the United States who he can trust. New friendships and a first-time football coach striving to make a respectable team of a bunch of misfits, adds levity and humanity to an otherwise intense and dramatic novel.
“If you do not pay attention to your lessons tonight, you will not be helping
Montgomery break Cornerstone tomorrow.” That threat was sufficient to bring
John back to his senses. Quick to comply, he blustered, “Yes, suh, Uncle Jacob.
I's sorry ...
Author: Patricia Budd
"A New Dawn Rising is a compelling read with characters that linger in your mind weeks and months after you read the final page."-Fort McMurray Today "The book will take the reader through a range of emotions, serving as a cumulative and breathtaking mirror to the world of the South. The characters are intriguing and develop in pace with the plot."-Saskatchewan Library Forum A New Dawn Rising is set in the fictional town of Laurel Creek, Georgia, just north of burgeoning Savannah in 1809. John Connolley, nearing thirty years old, yearns to own some land of his own but, though white, he was born into slavery. Raised like a son by his owner, Jacob Barlow, he soon learned he was property when Barlow thought he had tried to run. John was only fourteen years old. Now, fifteen years later, John faces the impossible task of raising enough money to live freely. Struggling with the humiliation of being rented out to rich ladies for their amusement, he loses the woman he loves. John hopes to be freed of the stigma of slavery and indeed hold the truths of the Declaration of Independence to be self-evident: that all men are created equal.
He was very confused, and this was slightly irritating to him. He got upset and
threw a backhand punch at the wall, only to find it shattering and then breaking
entirely. “What in the world?” The Yamikage was staring at his hands,
Author: Michael Romasanta
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
The Yamikage, a triumphant shadow that arrives to provide shade for a supernatural world full of violence, agony and despair. A cult of psychopaths has been roaming freely without intervention from the largest countries of the world. Murdered by the thousands, The Astronomen take anyone as their victims to appease their “gods”. The Yamikage, together with an entourage of new found lionhearts coming from distraught backgrounds band together as the “The Hidden Knights”. They dawn an honorable agenda to seek retaliation, shelter the victimized and construct a country of their own that could change this world for good. Look up the soundtrack on Spotify! Read while listening Artist name: S.M.N.R “The Yamikage: A New Dawn”
It was like giving the moon a haircut. But using explosives to break into new
chambers was more akin to breaking bone. “Every chamber they discover has
more thorilide than the one before,” Skelly said. “And that makes them use more
juice to ...
Author: John Jackson Miller
Publisher: Del Rey
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. . . . “The war is over. The Separatists have been defeated, and the Jedi rebellion has been foiled. We stand on the threshold of a new beginning.”—Emperor Palpatine For a thousand generations, the Jedi Knights brought peace and order to the Galactic Republic, aided by their connection to the mystical energy field known as the Force. But they were betrayed—and the entire galaxy has paid the price. It is the Age of the Empire. Now Emperor Palpatine, once Chancellor of the Republic and secretly a Sith follower of the dark side of the Force, has brought his own peace and order to the galaxy. Peace through brutal repression, and order through increasing control of his subjects’ lives. But even as the Emperor tightens his iron grip, others have begun to question his means and motives. And still others, whose lives were destroyed by Palpatine’s machinations, lay scattered about the galaxy like unexploded bombs, waiting to go off. . . . The first Star Wars novel created in collaboration with the Lucasfilm Story Group, Star Wars: A New Dawn is set during the legendary “Dark Times” between Episodes III and IV and tells the story of how two of the lead characters from the animated series Star Wars Rebels first came to cross paths. Featuring a foreword by Dave Filoni. Praise for A New Dawn “A New Dawn is a fine start to the new Expanded Universe. [John Jackson] Miller steps confidently into the unexplored territory and owns it; he’s crafted a story with pacing and dialogue that feels like classic Star Wars.”—Nerdist “An entertaining adventure . . . with a cast of heroes that mixes laughter with intriguing depths of character. . . . John Jackson Miller packs in plenty of action and surprises.”—Roqoo Depot “A confidently told story that gives fans a lot of reason to be hopeful about what’s to come as we move into this new phase of Star Wars . . . The book certainly got me even more excited for Rebels and to see more of Kanan and Hera’s adventures. We’re also introduced to other characters I would love to see again at some point, whether on Rebels, in another book or, who knows, in live-action at some point.”—IGN “A New Dawn delivers a classic Star Wars experience that fans of all ages will be able to enjoy. It is extremely well-written, with an incredibly diverse cast too. Miller’s prose can easily suck readers in, and leave them speechless when 100 pages have flown by in the blink of an eye.”—Far Far Away Radio “A New Dawn brings us into this new dawn of storytelling with energy, excitement, and characters that have become instantly ensconced into the Star Wars vernacular, and the results will satisfy Star Wars fans of many different palates.”—Coffee with Kenobi “A New Dawn is a well-written novel full of intrigue and twists and turns that does an excellent job of letting Star Wars fans get to know Kanan and Hera.”—Tosche Station “A New Dawn finds an era never before written about in the Star Wars universe—the years prior to the original movie, Episode IV—in robust good health. The narrative takes place on two worlds and a handful of ships in between them, but as with the best of all Star Wars moments, hints at hidden depths beyond.”—Mashable
... break free I'll believe in what's been dropped on us out ofthe clear blue. I'll
believe it's happening. And I won't run.” She paused. “Ifyou break free.” They took
off. Once they were a few thousand feet in the air she waggled the stick and
Author: Murray Pura
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Jude and Lyyndy Whetstone, with their adult daughter, Rebecca, are summoned to Honolulu where Rebecca, a flyer like her father, meets a likeable young pilot, until Sunday, December 7, 1941 dawns on the Hawaiian Islands.
Kiang Tai demanded scornfully, his deep voice breaking the heavy silence that
surrounded them. Jale Ra laughed. “You say it as if there is a choice,” he mocked
. “But no, Kiang Tai. I never give up with out a fight. You see me standing here, ...
Author: Ruth E. Glover
An ancient God has awakened and the world is buried under a mantle of ice and snow. All over the world, people are freezing and starving. Mankind is dying and only one man can save them. Together with a bitter old woman, two young warriors, an insane faery-human half-breed, a young human mother and her son, and the man who was once his apprentice, Kiang Tai must take up the challenge of the God known only as the White King, and bring spring back to world before it is too late.
From Sunset ...To Sunrise Dawn Lyon ... outlet for me to deal with the things at
hand. Saying that I quit gave me a mental break in order for me to recuperate
from whatever was going on. Then I'd get up, brush myself off, and start all over
Author: Dawn Lyon
Publisher: Author House
This book is for anyone who has suffered rejection, abandonment, and pain; frankly, anything that has come between them and being the best person they can be. A New Dawn has been written according to what I remember and according to accounts given me by family members. And please let me make it very clear, it is not and never will be my desire to hurt or blame others for anything that has happened in my life. Blame should never be an issue in the struggles of life. However, there were things from my past that influenced certain actions that took place as I grew up. As you read my autobiography it could help you to avoid some of the same pitfalls I suffered. Not only that, but writing my life's story was extremely therapeutic as I put my feelings into words.
CHAPTER THIRTY-FOUR “Be careful, Brady!” Salene cautioned as Brady merrily
jumped up and down on the bed like it was a trampoline. “Yeah, you don't want to
break it. It wasn't designed to be a toy,” Sammy said. “It was meant for people ...
Author: A. J. Penn
Publisher: Cumulus Publishing Limited
The continued story based upon the cult television series, ‘The Tribe’. Following the many challenges in the best selling novel, The Tribe: A New World, the Mall Rats find themselves faced with an even greater struggle as they try to unravel the many unexplained mysteries they now encounter. What was the real mission of the United Nations survival fleet? Who is the enigmatic leader of the Collective? What really did occur at Arthurs Air Force Base? Is there something more sinister to the secrets revealed on the paradise island where they are now stranded? Forced to resolve the agonizing conflict in their personal lives, the Mall Rats must also decide which path to take and whether or not to confront the ghosts of their past in their battle to survive against an ominous adversary. With the very real threat of human existence becoming extinct, can they endure against all odds to secure a future and the promise of a better tomorrow? Or will they suffer the same fate as the adults who had gone before and perish? The tribe must fight not only for their lives but face their greatest fears to prevent the new world plunging further into darkness - and ensure hope prevails in a new dawn. And that they keep their dream alive.
On one side, NU had become New England's largest utility upon its formation in
1966, boasting a billion dollars in ... NUwooed Montague selectmenand citizens
throughout 1973by promising hundredsofnew jobs and sizable tax breaks as a ...
Author: B. Slonecker
This book examines the underground Liberation News Service and the commune Montague Farm to trace the evolution of the New Left after 1968. In the process, it extends the chronological breadth of the long Sixties, rethinks the relationship between political and cultural radicalism, and explores the relationships between diverse social movements.
This is their job, but hey?they're just kids?and here for a good time. (Rated 'R' for references to sexual situations)
Author: David Anderson
The ultimate goal of human life is to know itself ? according to Dr. Carl Jung, and necessitates that each of us understand our archetypal nature. My Last Spring Break, Dawn of a New Earth, is a novel about this time, and beyond. Join twelve college seniors, each representing a separate archetype, who have come to Panama City Beach for the annual Spring Break 'coming of age' ritual of self-discovery?but this year, things are a little different. They realize?that they are about to inherit a world facing many problems, and humanity is at a crossroads. Questions must be asked, and challenges must be faced, then discussed openly and honestly?and decisions must be made. Unbeknownst to them, 'the twelve' have been chosen to do this. The choices they make will have an impact for hundreds of years to come, not only for the Earth, but for the entire Universe. To do this, 'the twelve' archetypes, acting in unity as One?have opened a doorway allowing them to access the knowledge and wisdom of mass consciousness?that will someday provide the tools and the answers needed to begin the creation of new Earth. This is their job, but hey?they're just kids?and here for a good time. (Rated 'R' for references to sexual situations)
Each day brings a new beginning... Rita Bradshaw. handsome Frenchman with
amber eyes and black hair and a warm smile – had only existed in her
imagination. Her mother had been unmarried and her father could have been
any one of a ...
Author: Rita Bradshaw
Publisher: Hachette UK
Will her tragic past haunt her forever? Break of Dawn is a gripping family saga of heartache and betrayal at the start of the 20th century, from much-loved author Rita Bradshaw. Perfect for fans of Rosie Goodwin and Annie Murray. Her mother's death in childbirth leaves Sophy Hutton at the mercy of her cruel aunt and uncle, and her childhood is brutal. At sixteen, Sophy learns the shocking truth behind her birth and escapes to London to pursue a career as an actress, determined to put the past behind her. But life for women at the turn of the century is fraught with danger and Sophy soon discovers the darker side to London's glamorous theatres. Young and innocent, she doesn't recognise the man who really loves her when he appears; instead she is charmed into marrying handsome actor Toby Shawe, a flawed and amoral individual. Then the heartache really begins... What readers are saying about Break of Dawn: 'This book was poignant, held my interest throughout and showed the depths of human weakness and fragility but also the strength and determination of character' 'I didn't want this book to end. Many twists and turns' 'The story kept me gripped from start to finish and I would highly recommend this book... but be prepared to not want to put it down once started!'
People power can make or break a nation when the common man gains his say.
Those who live under democratic governments can see that their governing
electorate no longer represent or uphold common thinking. Representatives are ...
Author: JENNIFER PICKTON
Inspiration from the higher sources provide thoughts and teachings for the coming New Dawn of the New Age.
New. Combination. E GODDESS BARRIER GENTLY parted and Alice stepped
out I of its grasp and back into the cool strip of forest at the base of the Forbidden
Hills. It was very early in the morning of the sixth day since she had left Devona.
Author: Candace N. Coonan
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Time is marching on and a new light is arising... The Queen of Algernon faces her toughest challenge yet, when an unknown enemy from the past comes seeking vengeance. Decisions the Queen has made come back to haunt her, as a certain Denzelian sorceress casts a Dark Dream over everyone. What is Queen Alice willing to give to save those she loves? Enter a new source of light. The Princess of Algernon is learning that not all adventures are fun and nothing in her life is simple anymore. If she is to survive, she must find and use her own mystic powers-not rely on those of her mother. Teamed up with the Princess is a half-fairy lad, an aspiring bard and a young shepherd with a dark past. But in this world of complex motives and emotions, can they fight off their own demons within? Before his shattering in a battle nearly 15 years earlier, the demon, Ralston Radburn, once said that evil cannot die because of the darkness in everyone's hearts. Could he possibly be right? Everyone is about to find out.
Also , a few days ago in London , the G8 working group on NAl met with
members of our Steering Committee . In the light of these developments I believe
that we may have a new dawn about to break in Africa . Let me acknowledge the
Author: Olusegun Obasanjo
Publisher: Spectrum Books Limited
The third volume in a series of books documenting speeches made by the President of Nigeria, now in his second term. The speeches were made between May 2001 and October 2003. Some examples of his speeches contained in the volume are: 'Triumph of African Unity'; 'Poverty Eradication'; 'Nigeria's Investment-Friendly Economy'; 'The Evils of Racial Discrimination'; ''Let there be Light'; 'National Honours Roll Call'; 'Banking for Prosperity'; 'Corruption: The War Continues'; 'Triumph of Hope'; 'Fast Forward into the Future' and 'Let there be Optimism'. Ad'Obe Obe, the general editor of the book series, is the Presidential Assistant for International Relations.
In hip hop, the standard dichotomies (old school vs. new school, commercial vs.
underground, etc.) are as hazy as a Harlem August. As the music through which
a new generation announced its aesthetic sensibilities, hip hop is tied to a ...
Author: William Jelani Cobb
Publisher: NYU Press
2007 Arts Club of Washington’s National Award for Arts Writing - Finalist SEE ALSO: Pimps Up, Ho’s Down: Hip Hop’s Hold on Young Black Women by T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting. With roots that stretch from West Africa through the black pulpit, hip-hop emerged in the streets of the South Bronx in the 1970s and has spread to the farthest corners of the earth. To the Break of Dawn uniquely examines this freestyle verbal artistry on its own terms. A kid from Queens who spent his youth at the epicenter of this new art form, music critic William Jelani Cobb takes readers inside the beats, the lyrics, and the flow of hip-hop, separating mere corporate rappers from the creative MCs that forged the art in the crucible of the street jam. The four pillars of hip hop—break dancing, graffiti art, deejaying, and rapping—find their origins in traditions as diverse as the Afro-Brazilian martial art Capoeira and Caribbean immigrants’ turnstile artistry. Tracing hip-hop’s relationship to ancestral forms of expression, Cobb explores the cultural and literary elements that are at its core. From KRS-One and Notorious B.I.G. to Tupac Shakur and Lauryn Hill, he profiles MCs who were pivotal to the rise of the genre, verbal artists whose lineage runs back to the black preacher and the bluesman. Unlike books that focus on hip-hop as a social movement or a commercial phenomenon, To the Break of Dawn tracks the music's aesthetic, stylistic, and thematic evolution from its inception to today's distinctly regional sub-divisions and styles. Written with an insider's ear, the book illuminates hip-hop's innovations in a freestyle form that speaks to both aficionados and newcomers to the art.
... show up: it was the cold; they wished to remain all wrapped up on their beds. I
didn't wish to break her heart. What will I get by doing so except a whole lot of
stings and mockery? So I went. I had to wearfour layers of cloth; still 99 New
Author: I. D. Bora
New Dawn is the debut novel of 15 year old,Indrani Das Bora. Things change: people, friends, love, life and even enemies, or should I say rivals. Metamorphosis is a part of this universe we reside in. Mostly because a pinch of change in relationships might end up changing our lives forever. and this is what the main theme of New Dawn is: Metamorphosis; that people change; from rivals to friends; from underdogs to bullies. But this is not like any other tale of friendship-tragedy-enmity-tragedy-help-friends forever. Nobody here actually knows the reason f or one hating the other: neither I.D. n or N.B. (who are the protagonists). the novel mostly focuses on school life and its fancies, from bad friends to boyfriends, from underdogs to cool dudes. Through her minute observations Indrani embroidered in her novel the complexity, selfishness, competition and jealousy etc among the students which are at times indirectly insisted by circumstances. . New Dawn can be cited as a conglomeration of prose and poetry. Arranged into 20 chapters, debutant I.D. Bora show cases the unseen scene of a rival counselling another rival.New Dawn takes us to a roller coaster ride into the private, individual worlds two students of multifaceted qualities which is superimposed by some complex character that reveals deep insecurities and yet pave the way f or forgiveness and reconciliation. New Dawn is a vibrant example of a simple, crisp and humorous plot being arranged in an innovative way.