Blood of the Lion

Blood of the Lion Author John McRae
ISBN-10 0882905090
Release 1994
Pages 240
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Blood of the Lion is an exciting historical novel that offers a sweeping view of the turbulent era chronicled in the opening pages of the Book of Mormon. It weaves the factual threads of scriptural and ancient history into an action-packed, romantic saga that makes Lehi, Nephi, and their family come vividly alive. the familiar scriptural account becomes a spectacular epic filled with action, romance, faith and insights into the characters' motivations. Tender romantic interludes between Lehi's sons and the daughters of Ishmael and seething hatred Laman develops for Nephi make this a riveting fictional account of real people and real events in early Book of Mormon history.



Of Blood and Lions

Of Blood and Lions Author Karen Ann
ISBN-10 1937273830
Release 2012-01-01
Pages 364
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"The animal placed one of its huge paws around my neck, holding my head with the gentlest of touches. Lips as soft as silken fabric brushed past my ear, producing a feeling of euphoria as sensual as the anticipation of a first kiss. The lion did not kiss me, though. The glorious beast opened its mouth wider, exposing my skin to its teeth, and bit into me. It was at this moment that Katherine Chamber's mundane middle-aged existence would move quietly into the super-natural world of the lion hybrids -- ancient Assyrian warriors keeping age old necromancer demons from destroying the human race and their mentor Issy, the lion. " --Publisher.



Shadow of the Lion Blood on the Moon

Shadow of the Lion  Blood on the Moon Author W. Ruth Kozak
ISBN-10 0992715512
Release 2014-07-28
Pages 702
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When Alexander the Great, King of Macedon and conqueror of Asia, dies suddenly under suspicious circumstances at the age of 33 in Babylon, everyone who lives in his shadow is affected. As the after-shocks of Alexander's death bring disorder to his Empire from Macedon to Persia, a deadly power struggle begins over who will rule...Extensively researched in Greece with the support of Classical scholars, the Greek Ministry of Culture, the Society of Macedonian Studies (Thessaloniki), the Finnish Institute in Athens, the Norwegian Institute of Athens and with research undertaken in the Gennadius Library and the British Library, SHADOW OF THE LION: BLOOD ON THE MOON, is Volume One of an epic story of political intrigue, ruthless ambition, racial prejudice, excess and exploitation. Complete with all the ingredients of a Greek tragedy, this story of blood, lust, fierce loyalty and power also happens to be tru



Lion s Blood

Lion s Blood Author Steven Barnes
ISBN-10 0446612219
Release 2003-02-01
Pages 624
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The fates of two families--one Islamic African aristocrats, the other Druidic Irish slaves--collide as two young men, one from each dynasty, confront each other, in this novel of alternate history where Africans colonize America.



The Land of Painted Caves

The Land of Painted Caves Author Jean M. Auel
ISBN-10 9781444720587
Release 2011-03-29
Pages 672
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THE LAND OF PAINTED CAVES concludes the story of Ayla, her mate Jondalar, and their little daughter, Jonayla, taking readers on a journey of discovery and adventure as Ayla struggles to find a balance between her duties as a new mother and her training to become a Zelandoni – one of the Ninth Cave community's spiritual leaders and healers. Once again, Jean Auel combines her brilliant narrative skills and appealing characters with a remarkable re-creation of the way life was lived thousands of years ago, rendering the terrain, dwelling places, longings, beliefs, creativity and daily lives of Ice Age Europeans as real to the reader as today's news.



The Call of Blood

The Call of Blood Author John Nkemngong Nkengasong
ISBN-10 9789956616114
Release 2010-01
Pages 56
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"Dramatization of evil ... including teachery, infidelity, greed, hypocrisy, double-crossing and vaulting ambition in a postcolonial society ..."--P. [4] of cover.



Alcohol Drugs and Traffic Safety

Alcohol  Drugs  and Traffic Safety Author Sidney Kaye
ISBN-10 UCR:31210024855965
Release 1985
Pages 1616
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Alcohol Drugs and Traffic Safety has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Alcohol Drugs and Traffic Safety also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Alcohol Drugs and Traffic Safety book for free.



Cosmology

Cosmology Author
ISBN-10 9781409236085
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Cosmology has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Cosmology also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Cosmology book for free.



Cernak the Lion

Cernak the Lion Author Bill Klumpp
ISBN-10 9781434992536
Release 2008-12-18
Pages 84
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Cernak the Lion has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Cernak the Lion also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Cernak the Lion book for free.



Temple of the Lion

Temple of the Lion Author Darrell Abdullah Kirk
ISBN-10 9781465379405
Release 2011-10-31
Pages 194
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In an antiquated era from an unsung time, when man’s design remained in sodden soil, lions and Dragons battled for authority over earth’s lands. The fi rst war was waged by Ari the father of all lions. He, his fi ve sons and their forces fought a long victorious fi erce battle against the Dragons, but this war sadly brought Ari’s end as well. Agrim, a lion prophet born centuries after the war foretold of a leader to be born amongst lions. This leader would come during the age of man and would wield the Nuru or ‘the gift’, as its catalyst for victory delivering hope to all life. After the many wars fought against these beasts known as the Nungeda, dragons of the ancient world, their Emperor eventually retreated with his forces back to the Ice Mountains of Hursagam, hibernating, growing in numbers and preparing for their return centuries later to decimate all life upon planet earth. Over fi ve Millennia has past’s since their defeat and the fi rst of the caller’s appear during the age of man in the personage of the lion Darius. Darius is the fi rst of the foretold Diyeen, the one who despite overwhelming Odds, fi ght in the way of his creator and purpose. Will he bring hope back to lion kind and will his presence with the aid of the Nuru bring victory over the Nungeda who vows a triumphant return? This you will gage for yourself within these pages of the Temple of the Lion – The Darius Chronicles. The fi rst installment of a trilogy detailing the role lions once played in a past that has escaped the historical annals of earth’s shrouded history.



The Isle of Blood

The Isle of Blood Author Rick Yancey
ISBN-10 9781416984535
Release 2012-09-04
Pages 560
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When Dr. Warthrop goes hunting for the "Holy Grail of Monstrumology" in 1888, twelve-year-old orphan Will Henry follows him to Socotra, plunging into depths of horror worse than anything he has experienced so far.



Blood Rites

Blood Rites Author Barbara Ehrenreich
ISBN-10 9781847083845
Release 2011-04-07
Pages 304
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What lies behind the human attraction to violence? Why do we glorify war, seeing it as an almost sacred undertaking? Barbara Ehrenreich is known for the originality and clarity of her thinking, and in Blood Rites she proposes a radical new theory about our attitudes to bloodshed. From the trenches of Verdun to today’s front lines, Ehrenreich traces the history of warfare back to our prehistoric ancestors’ terrifying experiences of being hunted by other carnivores. Written with wit, tenacity and intellectual flair, this is vintage Ehrenreich, and an account that will transform our understanding of human conflict.



As I Lay Dying

As I Lay Dying Author Katie Miller
ISBN-10 9781468575699
Release 2012-05-01
Pages 336
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Emily Hampton led a perfect life. Perfect family, perfect boyfriend, perfect everything--until the night she graduated high school and everything changed. Now she's left with unanswered questions that she has to bear alone. When the new guy in town shows up at her front door, she falls head over heels. But when she discovers he's not entirely human, she wonders what his connection is to the recent events in her life. And as the people around her start to die, she faces challenges on who she can trust and who it is that's targeting her next.



Tales from the Bear and Lion

Tales from the Bear and Lion Author
ISBN-10 9781301580279
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Tales from the Bear and Lion has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Tales from the Bear and Lion also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Tales from the Bear and Lion book for free.



The Nuclear Lion

The Nuclear Lion Author John Jagger
ISBN-10 9781489927842
Release 2013-06-29
Pages 402
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. . . human kind cannot bear very much reality. T. S. ELIOT, Four Quartets When I was a little child, I lived in an old and somewhat rickety house by the sea. When the winter wind blew, the house would shake and tremble, and cold drafts would whistle through cracks in the walls. You might have thought that lying in bed in a dark room on such cold, windy nights would have frightened me. But it had just the opposite effect: having known this en vironment since birth, I actually found the shaking of the house, the whistling of the wind, and the crashing of the sea to be comforting, and I was lulled to sleep by these familiar sounds. They signaled to me that all was right with the world and that the forces of nature were operating in the normal way. But I did have a problem. On the dimly lit landing of the staircase leading up to my bedroom, there was a large and dark picture of a male lion, sitting as such lions do with his massive paws in front of him and his head erect, turned slightly to the right, and staring straight out at you with yellow blazing eyes. I had great difficulty getting past that lion. Someone would have to hold my hand and take me up to bed, past the dreaded picture.



Beneath the Lion s Gaze A Novel

Beneath the Lion s Gaze  A Novel Author Maaza Mengiste
ISBN-10 9780393076776
Release 2011-01-03
Pages 384
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"An important novel, rich in compassion for its anguished characters."—The New York Times Book Review This memorable, heartbreaking story opens in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 1974, on the eve of a revolution. Yonas kneels in his mother’s prayer room, pleading to his god for an end to the violence that has wracked his family and country. His father, Hailu, a prominent doctor, has been ordered to report to jail after helping a victim of state-sanctioned torture to die. And Dawit, Hailu’s youngest son, has joined an underground resistance movement—a choice that will lead to more upheaval and bloodshed across a ravaged Ethiopia. Beneath the Lion’s Gaze tells a gripping story of family, of the bonds of love and friendship set in a time and place that has rarely been explored in fiction. It is a story about the lengths human beings will go in pursuit of freedom and the human price of a national revolution. Emotionally gripping, poetic, and indelibly tragic, Beneath The Lion’s Gaze is a transcendent and powerful debut.



Free France s Lion

Free France s Lion Author William Moore
ISBN-10 9781612000688
Release 2011-11-19
Pages 528
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But for his early death, many Frenchmen believe Leclerc would have been their greatest figure to emerge from World War II. De Gaulle himself admitted to his son-in-law that he gave up smoking when Leclerc died, in order to retain his health in case France needed him, because Leclerc was no longer there. From the fall of France until 1943, Leclerc dovetailed his operations with the British effort in North Africa, establishing himself as a dynamic combat leader in the battles against Rommel. But once the conflict shifted to European soil he became even more prominent as the commander of the 2nd French Armored Division (the famous 2e DB). For the next two years he was under the operational control of either Patton's Third Army, as in the Normandy breakout, Hodges' First Army, at the Westwall, or Patch's Seventh Army in the south. His career not only includes the liberation of Paris, for which he is most famous, but the retaking of Strasbourg and the reduction of the Colmar Pocket. Helping to spearhead the advance into Germany itself, Leclerc’s armor comprised a rock upon which American units could rely, and its waving the tricolor during the Allied counter-invasion went far toward retrieving French prestige in the war. By the German surrender in May 1945, Leclerc is one of very few Frenchmen of whom it can be said that he never stopped fighting to regain France's freedom, from the debacle of 1940 right through to the end. After VE-Day Leclerc was dispatched to reassert French authority in Indo-China, an uphill task given the atrophy suffered by the French colonial government due to its isolation from its homeland and local Japanese superiority. While being partly successful in the south and Cambodia, Leclerc soon discovered that the Viet Minh were harder to dislodge in the North, and that Ho Chi Minh was more than a match for frequently changing postwar French governments. Recognizing that France had neither the means nor the will to recover control, Leclerc advised his government to "negotiate at all costs." This didn't happen, leading to Dien Bien Phu eight years later and thence to US involvement. Surprisingly, Leclerc has never yet been the subject of a thorough biography in English. Nevertheless many Americans and Englishmen will inevitably have noticed the plethora of monuments to Leclerc in any moderately sized French town. With a fast-paced narrative covering combat at all levels of command and a foreword by Martin Windrow, author of The Last Valley: Dien Bien Phu and the French Defeat in Vietnam, Free France's Lion will make fascinating reading for any serious student of the full scope of World War II.