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Across the Sands of Time by Nelson Riverdale Book Summary:
Each time Neil Avery reminisces about a certain Southern preacher, he is haunted with regret for mistreating the minister's daughter—the young woman who tried to teach him about love. This overcomes Avery with thoughts of what should have been. But at the zenith of the 21st century, quantum physicists have created a frightening invention: a time machine responsible for the death of one scientist and disappearance of another. When Avery learns he may be forced into retirement, he must end the military career he loves, or accept a secret mission as part of the nuclear-genetic time machine. But to take on the perilous assignment would mean to join those misleading the FBI away from the most incredible invention devised by man to date. A thrilling novel of technological advances and military might, ACROSS THE SANDS OF TIME is the gripping story of one man's shot at redemption.
Peering Through the Sands of Time by Mason D. Miller, M.A.,Timothy K. Perttula, Ph.D.,Rachel J. Feit, M.A. Book Summary:
Explore the rich cultural heritage and history of the Caddo in northeast Texas through the archeological excavations of the Kitchen Branch site (41CP220), a late Titus Phase occupation (15th through 17th Centuries A.D.) site in Camp County. Who are the Caddo and why were they so influential in Texas history and prehistory? Archeologists working on behalf of the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) use the materials the prehistoric Caddo left behind to narrate one small part of their story. Immerse yourself in the excavations of a Caddo homestead. Discussions focus on Caddo ceramics and the rich ceramic-making tradition that contributes to their heritage. Learn how the Caddo made pots for everyday use as well as special, ceremonial occasions. See photos of actual vessels recovered from other sites in the region and virtual three-dimensional models of both archeological and modern analogs. Includes a detailed, illustrated glossary of terms. This is a direct PDF export of a fully-interactive electronic document of the same name available for iPad and Mac computer devices through the iTunes Store. Interactive components are therefore not preserved.
Footprints on the Sands of Time by Oliver Clutton-Brock Book Summary:
This extensive book is divided into two parts. The first, which has eighteen chapters, deals with German POW camps as they were opened, in chronological order and to which the Bomber Command POWs were sent. Each chapter includes anecdotes and stories of the men in the camps - capture, escape, illness, and murder - and illustrates the awfulness of captivity even in German hands. Roughly one in every twenty captured airmen never returned home. The first part also covers subjects such as how the POWs were repatriated during the war; how they returned at war's end; the RAF traitors; the war crimes; and the vital importance of the Red Cross. The style is part reference, part gripping narrative, and the book will correct many historical inaccuracies, and includes previously unpublished photographs. The second part comprises an annotated list of ALL 10,995 RAF Bomber Command airmen who were taken prisoner, together with an extended introduction. The two parts together are the fruit of exhaustive research and provide an important contribution to our knowledge of the war and a unique reference work not only for the serious RAF historian but for the ex-POWs themselves and their families and anyone with an interest in the RAF in general and captivity in particular.
My Footprints on the Sands of Time by Bethwell A. Ogot Book Summary:
While Allan Ogot's circuits of influence have been very wide, and while he has participated in conferences and forums around the world, he has never yielded his intellectual and personal anchorage in Kenya - though he has had numerous opportunities to accept distinguished chairs overseas. Extraordinarily, Allan Ogot has sustained his incredible level of service and scholarship through shifting and challenging conditions within Kenya and within Africa, navigating changing economic and political circumstances. His steady hand and persistent commitment to the highest ideals of scholarly engagement and community provide remarkable model for all who are dedicating themselves and will dedicate themselves to Africanist scholarship. This autobiography provides a commentary on the history of Kenya as seen through Allan Ogot's life experiences.
The Sands of Time by Jenny Plastow,Margot Hillel Book Summary:
Children's Literature Has always been produced by radicals and reformers. Critical analysis of their views and methods is a fascinating and increasingly contested new field. Bringing together a range of perspectives from established academics, well-known children's writers and students of children's literature, this collection provides an unusual and challenging read. Whether you are interested in how writers present the lives of working children in nineteenth-century America, how picture books challenge and subvert the political stance of contemporary Australia, or how issues in Kenya or Palestine can become the material of children's fiction, there are plenty of ideas to explore. --
Perspectives on Biogeochemistry by Egon T. Degens Book Summary:
Perspectives on Biogeochemistry is an account of the origin of forces and matter at the dawn of time, and the way they evolved to planet Earth of today. Several fields of natural sciences are consulted to present a coherent view on the cycling of terrestrial elements and molecules, both organic and inorganic, in the course of time. Critical data are drawn together from astronomy, physics, chemistry, biology, and geology in order to provide some understanding of the complexity of the system Earth. In this book, E.T. Degens abstracts his knowledge of biogeochemical interactions acquired in more than thirty years of research and teaching. Students and anyone in the natural sciences wanting to familiarize themselves with phenomena prevailing at the periphery of their disciplines will profit by the very thorough and personal view of this pressing topic.
The Sands of Valor by Geoffrey Atheling Wagner Book Summary:
"Geoffrey Wagner has written something a bit more substantial here than the standard war novel. "The Sands of Valor" spends as much if not more time and effort on the characters and their inner lives than he does on his excellent descriptions of tank warfare in the North African desert, pitting the British 8th Army and the German Afrika Korps against each other and both against the desert. This is not a quick read nor is it packed from end to end with action and scenes of combat, which actually helps the work deliver a rather realistic presentation of the long periods of time with no combat punctuated by moments of intense action and even sheer terror that was especially linked to this period of the war."--Amazon
The Heart of an Addict by Michael Jordan Book Summary:
Offers as never before a view straight into the "heart of an addict." Written by an ex Methamphetamine Manufacturer during his incarnation in state prison. The three primary objectives of this book is to aid addicts in recovery, detour youngsters from ever becoming addicts and to enlighten family members of addicts as to why their loved ones think, feel and act as they do. The beautifully written poems depict a tragic story of one man who sold out all his dreams to the "high" and found himself lost in the revolving door syndrome of prison where he finally gave it all over to God. A must read for anyone who's life has been affected by addiction.
Wounded Minister Reflections of a Former Pastor by Eric O. Rogers Book Summary:
Wounded Minister: Reflections of a Former Pastor is the story of power, politics, and the pains of pastoring the local church. From ashes to gold, a church is brought out from the wilderness of spiritual darkness to the promise land of knowledge and wisdom only to reject and despise God at the expense of hurt, hatred, and raising hell with the pastor, parishioners, and the powers that be. Dr. Eric O. Rogers, Pastor-Teacher and University Professor, explores and examines the causes and chaos of disobedience in the face of God's love, mercy, and grace. Healing is progressive and Rogers begins the journey of a thousand miles through headache, heartache, hell, and high water to joy unspeakable and peace that surpasses all understanding. Despite the foolishness and folly of church members, Rogers emerges to proclaim forgiveness and healing through God's word.
The Sands of Tamanrasset by Marion Mill Preminger Book Summary:
Playboy, soldier, patriot, explorer, hermit, and above all a lover of God. That was Charles de Foucauld, whom the Catholic Church now calls venerable and may someday call a saint. The biographer tells the exciting story of this extraordinary man, of his dissolute youth, his adventures, his discovery of faith and his spiritual life. The story of Charles de Foucauld is, in many ways, the story of the French in Africa and provides a background for today's news headlines. The author vividly brings to life the North Africa that existed before World War I--the intrigues, the battles, the whole heroic story of men who were willing to die for their country, and particularly of one man willing to die for God.
Insights and Heresies Pertaining to the Evolution of the Soul by Anna Bishop Scofield Book Summary:
This book is part of the TREDITION CLASSICS series. The creators of this series are united by passion for literature and driven by the intention of making all public domain books available in printed format again - worldwide. At tredition we believe that a great book never goes out of style. Several mostly non-profit literature projects provide content to tredition. To support their good work, tredition donates a portion of the proceeds from each sold copy. As a reader of a TREDITION CLASSICS book, you support our mission to save many of the amazing works of world literature from oblivion.
Sands of Time by Bruce A. Sarte Book Summary:
In one tragic moment, Sam Shepard's family was gone. His wife and children taken from him in a tragic accident. Sam is left alone struggling with a chasm of grief that can only be filled with alcohol. When a young, attractive woman comes to stay at his Inn, Sam thinks his luck might be changing. Sam begins to have dreams about his dead wife and have hallucinations of her speaking to him...
Oathbound by Bastion Press, Incorporated Book Summary:
The vast red desert of Arena sprawls south and westward from the nurturing plains of Penance. Spurred onward by the ancient promise of gold buried beneath the sands, massive armies of brutal warriors rumble across the scarred and wasted terrain. For the fortunate few, the ultimate dream of Arena still comes true - immeasurable riches, supreme command, and decades of extravagant and luxurious living atop the Queen's pedestal of pleasure. For most however, whatever dreams they may harbor are soundly crushed under years of backbreaking labor, constant battle, exhausting marches, gruesome butchery, and an infinity of accursed crimson sand.For the prospective Warlord, a sea of troubled choices and impossible trials awaits. Can you lead your army to victory against the savage legions of Minos Spar, the terrible war golems of Asheanna, or the unnatural technology of Ossian? Will your hidden mine escape the attention of the flying navies of the Grand Asherake? Strategy, fortune, alliances, and leadership are your only weapons in this endless and unforgiving struggle for wealth, power, and glory.Oathbound: Arena provides a new entry point into the world of the Forge. This is the Domain of Barbello, the Mask of Fury, the invincible mistress of rage, pain, warfare, and death. Who amongst you can withstand her test?