The Bad Company

Author: Craig Martelle
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ISBN: 9781642020267
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Pyramid Truth Gateway Universe

Author: Reg T. Miller
Publisher: Medicine Bear Pub
ISBN: 9780965154642
File Size: 28,36 MB
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Nomad S Galaxy

Author: Craig Martelle
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781976024078
File Size: 51,93 MB
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They say that behind every great man is a great woman...but what if that woman is a Werewolf? The readers love Terry Henry Walton: "So much action in this book and yet the characters are distinct and thoroughly formed. Your heart beats with each of them." "This series just keeps getting better. Awesome Craig has done it again and then some. Speechless.... I love the characters and how the story seems to flow." "It was long .... but Craig Martelle filled in a lot of stuff we, as readers, really appreciate. I loved it!" ..".wow I don't care how long a book is when it is good it is not long enough..." Civilization has returned to humanity and brought with it the vices of the civilized. The fight for the end begins as petty power seeks to fill vacuums. From China to Chicago to New York City, Terry and Char are fighting for their lives. The FDG, Vampires, Weres, Michael, and Valerie all collide in this epic climax to the Terry Henry Walton Chronicles. When the finish line isn't the finish at all, but the start of something new. It's a whole new battle, one for the FUTURE of mankind. Terry's just not sure where it will be fought.

The Graveyard Book

Author: Neil Gaiman
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062081551
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In this ingenious and captivating reimagining of Rudyard Kipling’s classic adventure The Jungle Book, Neil Gaiman tells the unforgettable story of Nobody Owens, a living, breathing boy whose home is a graveyard, raised by a guardian who belongs neither to the mortal world nor the realm of the dead. Among the mausoleums and headstones of his home, Bod experiences things most mortals can barely imagine. But real, flesh-and-blood danger waits just outside the cemetery walls: the man who murdered the infant Bod’s family will not rest until he finds Nobody Owens and finishes the job he began many years ago. A #1 New York Times bestseller and winner of many international awards, including the Hugo Award for best novel and the Locus Award, The Graveyard Book is a glorious meditation on love, loss, survival, and sacrifice...and what it means to truly be alive.

Fury

Author: Craig Martelle
Publisher: Permuted Press
ISBN: 9781682616505
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The new post-apocalypse nation of Alaska has been abandoned by the United States again. Can Chuck and his followers rebuild a new world from the ashes? It's been ten years since the triumphant return of Chuck, his family, and his fellow settlers to a new, post-nuclear-war Alaska. It's been nine years since the UN recognized Alaska as a new nation under United States protection. Now, a struggling United States has abandoned them again. Good people have died. New enemies have arisen. And once again, Chuck is faced with dragging a new Alaska, kicking and screaming, into the modern era. It won't be an easy road. Chuck is still struggling with the death of his wife. Resources have dwindled to nearly nothing. And though he has the strength of his growing children to rely on, the way forward is difficult – almost hopeless. But they will prevail. Along the way, Chuck and his followers will see who their real friends are. He will understand the value of sacrifice and the true meaning of bravery once again. And he will learn, and teach, a single, hard, essential lesson: You can only rise as high as you're willing to imagine. The exciting and inspiring sequel to the best-selling End Times Alaska trilogy is finally here! See where Endure, Run, and Return have brought your favorite heroes … and see what lies in store for their community and their world!

The God Particle

Author: Leon M. Lederman
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780618711680
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The world's foremost experimental physicist uses humor, metaphor, and storytelling to delve into the mysteries of matter, discussing the as-yet-to-be-discovered God particle.

Kennedy Space Center

Author: David West Reynolds
Publisher: Firefly Books Limited
ISBN: 9781554076437
File Size: 42,55 MB
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Provides detailed information on the earliest developments of rockets, the Apollo program, the Space Station, and the future of space exploration, offering a look at the departure gate for every space mission and the launching point of other advanced scientific spacecraft.

The Boy Who Would Live Forever

Author: Frederik Pohl
Publisher: Tor Books
ISBN: 1466826428
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In 1977 Frederik Pohl stunned the science fiction world with the publication of Gateway, one of the most brilliantly entertaining SF novels of all time. Gateway was a bestseller and won science fiction's triple crown: the Hugo, Nebula, and John W. Campbell Memorial awards for best novel. Now, more than twenty-five years later, Pohl has completed a new novel set in the Gateway universe. The Boy Who Would Live Forever has a sense of wonder and excitement that will satisfy those who loved Gateway and will delight new readers as well. In Gateway, long after the alien Heechee abandoned their space-station, Gateway (as humans dubbed it) allowed humans to explore new worlds. The Heechee, alarmed by the alien Kugel whose goal was to destroy all organic lifeforms, had already retreated to the galactic core where they now lived in peace. Now, in The Boy Who Would Live Forever, humans with dreams of life among the stars are joining the Heechee at the core, to live there along with those humans and Heechee whose physical bodies have died and their minds stored in electronic memory so that their wisdom passes down through the ages. Their peace is threatened by the Kugel, who may yet attack the core. But a much greater threat is the human Wan Enrique Santos-Smith, whose blind loathing of the Heechee fuels an insane desire to destroy them and, incidentally, every living being in the galaxy. Stan and Estrella, two young people from Earth, went to Gateway looking for adventure, and found each other. They settle among the Heechee on Forested Planet of Warm Old Star Twenty-Four, never suspecting that they may be the last best hope to save the galaxy. But with allies like Gelle-Klara Moynlin--one of the galaxy's richest women, who isn't content to just have money, but wants to use her wealth for good, and machine mind Marc Antony-a wonderful chef to thousands of living and stored clients, they are destined to contend with Wan's terrible plan. Frederik Pohl has woven together the lives of these and other memorable characters to create a masterful new novel. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Black Sabbath Symptom Of The Universe

Author: Mick Wall
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1466869690
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Decades before reality television was invented, Ozzy Osbourne was subversive and dark. Ozzy was the singer in the heavy metal band Black Sabbath, and they meant business. In an era when rock bands were measured by how 'heavy' they were, no one was weightier than Black Sabbath. All four founding members of the original Black Sabbath grew up within half-a-mile of each other in a tiny Birmingham suburb. Though all shared a deep love of music--The Beatles for Ozzy, the Mothers of Invention for Geezer, the Shadows and Chet Atkins for Iommi, and Gene Kruppa for Ward— they formed their group "as the quickest way out of the slums." This is the story of how they made that dream come true--and how it then turned into a nightmare for all of them. At the height of their fame, Sabbath discovered they'd been so badly ripped off by their managers they didn't even own their own songs. They looked for salvation from Don Arden—an even more notorious gangster figure, who resurrected their career but still left them indebted to him, financially and personally. It finally came to a head when in 1979 they sacked Ozzy: "For being too out of control--even for us," as Bill Ward put it. The next fifteen years were a war between the post-Ozzy Sabbath and Ozzy himself, whose solo career overshadowed Sabbath so much that a reunion was entirely on his terms. Or rather, those of his wife and manager—to add a further bitter twist for Sabbath, daughter of Don Arden —Sharon Osbourne.

Gateway To The Confederacy

Author: Evan C. Jones
Publisher: LSU Press
ISBN: 0807155098
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A collection of ten new essays from some of our finest Civil War historians working today, Gateway to the Confederacy offers a reexamination of the campaigns fought to gain possession of Chattanooga, Tennessee. Each essay addresses how Americans have misconstrued the legacy of these struggles and why scholars feel it necessary to reconsider one of the most critical turning points of the American Civil War. The first academic analysis that delineates all three Civil War campaigns fought from 1862 to 1863 for control of Chattanooga -- the trans-portation hub of the Confederacy and gateway to the Deep South -- this book deals not only with military operations but also with the campaigns' origins and consequences. The essays also explore the far-reaching social and political implications of the battles and bring into sharp focus their impact on postwar literature and commemoration. Several chapters revise the traditional portraits of both famous and con-troversial figures including Ambrose Bierce and Nathan Bedford Forrest. Others investigate some of the more salient moments of these cam-paigns such as the circumstances that allowed for the Confederate breakthrough assault at Chickamauga. Gateway to the Confederacy reassesses these pivotal battles, long in need of reappraisal, and breaks new ground as each scholar re-shapes a particular aspect of this momentous part of the Civil War. CONTRIBUTORS Russell S. Bonds Stephen Cushman Caroline E. Janney Evan C. Jones David A. Powell Gerald J. Prokopowicz William Glenn Robertson Wiley Sword Craig L. Symonds