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Rebel Angels by Libba Bray Book Summary:

In this thrilling sequel, Gemma continues to pursue her destiny to bind the magic of the Realms and restore it to the Order. Gemma and her friends from Spence use magical power to transport themselves on visits from their corseted world of Victorian London (at the height of the Christmas season), to the visionary country of the Realms, with its strange beauty and menace. There they search for the lost Temple, the key to Gemma's mission, and comfort Pippa, their friend who has been left behind in the Realms. After these visits they bring back magical power for a short time to use in their own world. Meanwhile, Gemma is torn between her attraction to the exotic Kartik, the messenger from the opposing forces of the Rakshana, and the handsome but clueless Simon, a young man of good family who is courting her. This is the second book in Libba Bray's engrossing trilogy, set in a time of strict morality and barely repressed sensuality, about a girl who saw another way.

Rebel Angels

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Rebel Angels by Jill Fitzgerald Book Summary:

The story of the fall of the angels in Anglo-Saxon England is the story of a successfully transmitted exegetical teaching turned rich literary tradition. It can be traced through a range of genres--sermons, saints' lives, royal charters, riddles, devotional and biblical poetry--each one offering a distinct window into the ancient myth's place.h's place.

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Rebel Angels by James Michael Rice Book Summary:

On the surface, the small New England town of Hevven appears to be the ideal place to raise a family. It's quiet and quaint, and far removed from the hustle and bustle of the city. But Hevven is a town with a bloody past, and a dark secret. After a chance encounter with a serial killer, six teenagers uncover the grisly truth about their home town. Now, wanted by the police for a murder they did not commit and stalked by a madman who will stop at nothing to silence them, Mike Swart and his friends make a desperate decision that will alter their lives forever. At a remote cabin in the mountains of New Hampshire, six teenagers will make a stand against an evil from which they cannot escape. But can they survive long enough to share their secret with the world? A novel that offers suspenseful action and intense drama, Rice's Rebel Angels is an exciting thriller that keeps the reader glued to its pages well into the wee hours of the morning.

The Rebel Angels

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The Rebel Angels by Robertson Davies Book Summary:

The first book in the acclaimed Cornish Trilogy. “[A] darkly funny scuttle through academe’s more covert passageway . . . saucy stuff indeed.”—Kirkus Reviews Davies weaves together the destinies of this remarkable cast of characters, creating a wise and witty portrait of love, murder, and scholarship at a modern university in this first book of The Cornish Trilogy. A goodhearted priest and scholar, a professor with a passion for the darker side of medieval psychology, a defrocked monk, and a rich young businessman who inherits some troublesome paintings are all helplessly beguiled by the same coed. The story is set in motion by the death of eccentric art patron and collector Francis Cornish. Hollier, McVarish, and Darcourt are the executors of Cornish’s complicated will, which includes material that Hollier wants for his studies. The deceased’s nephew, Arthur Cornish, stands to inherit the fortune. Rebel Angels “is an enlarging and engaging marvel . . . one does not read this book to be surprised but rather to ponder the ideas its characters encounter in their lives and their readings. It ends like all good comedies end; it proceeds in a manner both picaresque and poignant” (AllReaders.com). “A compelling performance.”—Library Journal

Rebel Angels

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Rebel Angels by Michele Lang Book Summary:

Magda Lazarus has twice come back from the dead to fight the Nazis' devastating conquest of Poland. To prevent the Holocaust her sister has seen in terrible visions, Magda will need the Heaven Sapphire, a gem powerful enough to defeat even the demon Asmodel. With the future of all Europe in the balance, Magda and her husband, the fallen angel Raziel, begin a perilous journey to the Caucasus, the resting place of the fabled stone. Surrounded by Germans, Russians, and mistrustful Azerbaijani tribesmen, Magda must summon all her magic to withstand the predations of the deadly supernatural foes. But more dangerous yet is the power of the Sapphire itself, which could stop Hitler...or destroy Magda. Rebel Angels, the climactic book of Michele Lang's Lady Lazarus trilogy, filled with suspense, magic, and action, will have readers at the edge of their seats until the exciting conclusion. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Revolt of the Rebel Angels

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Revolt of the Rebel Angels by Timothy Wyllie Book Summary:

A rebel angel’s perspective on the Lucifer Rebellion 203,000 years ago and her insight into its past and future effects on consciousness • Explores how the angelic revolt led to Earth’s celestial quarantine for more than 200,000 years • Draws parallels between the Process Church and the Lucifer Rebellion • Describes the rise and fall of Lemuria in connection with the rebel angels • Reveals how the 100 million angels currently incarnated in human bodies can help with Earth’s return to the Multiverse and the coming transformation of consciousness After 200 millennia of celestial quarantine in the wake of Lucifer’s angelic revolt, Earth and the rebel angels isolated here are being welcomed back into the benevolent and caring Multiverse. With this redemption comes a massive transformation of consciousness and a reconnection to our cosmic destiny. But why did the angels revolt and how has that event shaped our planet’s past and its future? Writing through Timothy Wyllie, rebel angel Georgia shares insights from her half a million years stationed on Earth as a watcher and from her part in the angelic revolution. She reveals details of the Lucifer Rebellion, including the role played by Planetary Prince Caligastia and his team of angelic administrators--thought by some to be the Nephilim or Anunnaki of Sumerian myth--who followed Lucifer into the rebellion, ultimately leading to the quarantine of Earth and 36 other planets. Interweaving her story with events from Wyllie’s life, Georgia draws parallels between Wyllie’s involvement with the Process Church in the 1960s and the events of the angelic rebellion and celestial quarantine. She explores the rise and fall of the island civilization of Lemuria, or Mu, as well as Atlantis and the Maya. Georgia reveals there are more than 100 million rebel angels currently granted mortal incarnation on Earth at all levels of society and in all countries--most of whom are still unaware of their angelic heritage. Now that we are free of Prince Caligastia’s behind-the-scenes manipulations, the stage is set for the rebel angels to begin redeeming their past and help Earth realize its significance in the wondrous destiny of the Multiverse.

Pieter Bruegel the Elder: Fall of the Rebel Angels

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Pieter Bruegel the Elder: Fall of the Rebel Angels by Pieter Brueghel Book Summary:

Pieter Bruegel the Elder: Fall of the Rebel Angels is the first comprehensive book on one of the most cherished masterpieces in the collection of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium. Bruegel's dizzingly complex "Fall of the Rebel Angels" (1562) is presented in this lavishly illustrated volume in microscopic detail, and placed in its wider context in the texts, which argue that, with this painting, Bruegel turned a traditional devotional theme into an innovative commentary on his own time. Many of the angels in Bruegel's scene are hybrids of natural and artificial forms, just as the curiosity cabinets of the time would juxtapose "naturalia" and "artificialia" for the connoisseur, connecting the painting to early modern European cultures of knowledge and collecting.

Revelations of the Watchers

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Revelations of the Watchers by Timothy Wyllie Book Summary:

• Explains how the new Atlantis was rebuilt using ancient Lemurian construction techniques and how Poseidon was put in charge by nefarious Prince Caligastia • Explores the rise of shamanism, the hidden history of Akhenaten, and the privileged role of the Yazidi people in the spiritual evolution of the planet • Exposes how our planet is one of the worlds on which the rebel angels have been the accorded the privilege of a mortal incarnation During the angelic rebellion 203,000 years ago, which led to the quarantine of Earth and 36 other planets from the Multiverse, Georgia, an angel of Seraphic status, aligned herself with Lucifer and the rebel angels. After the rebellion, Georgia was permitted to remain on this planet and become a Watcher. Writing together with Timothy Wyllie, in this book Georgia provides her personal account of Earth during the second rise of Atlantis. Georgia explains how the new Atlantis was home to the few surviving Lemurians and was rebuilt using ancient Lemurian construction techniques. She reveals how Prince Caligastia put Poseidon in charge of the new Atlantis in order to keep him from interfering with the Prince’s imposition of monotheism in southern Palestine. She explores the rise of shamanism through the entheogenic use of power plants--first on the Islands of Mu, then in the Nile Valley, and later among the Aborigines of Australia. She also looks at the hidden history of Pharaoh Akhenaten and the privileged role of the Yazidi people in the spiritual evolution of the planet--and how even today the attempts to extinguish their culture is the work of Caligastia’s agents. Interwoven with Georgia’s narrative of Earth’s ancient history are her observations of Timothy Wyllie’s current and previous lives, including his involvement with the Process Church, his struggle to leave it, and his spiritual activities after he left. Through her revelations, Georgia exposes the supreme significance of Earth in the larger Multiverse and how our planet is one of the worlds on which the rebel angels have been accorded the privilege of a mortal incarnation. Georgia shares her words, in part, to awaken the 100 million rebel angels currently living their human lives. She reveals how a mortal incarnation for a rebel angel is an opportunity to redeem their past and help prepare for the imminent transformation of consciousness as the rebel-held planets, including Earth, are welcomed back into the Multiverse.

Fallen Angels

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Fallen Angels by Bernard J. Bamberger Book Summary:

The problem of evil has challenged mankind ever since the dawn of intelligence. Why is there evil in the world and why do pain and suffering come upon those who do not seem to deserve it? Written in a simple, popular style, Bamberger's book, first published in 1952, will appeal to anyone who, no matter what his own answer to the question may be, is curious to learn how it has been answered in the past or is being answered by others in our own age. The author traces the history of the belief in fallen angels in Judaism, Christianity and Islam, and assembles a variety of tales and superstitions -- some grotesque, others quaint and humorous. His presentation also reveals a basic divergence between Judaism and Christianity in their respective attitudes toward the devil. The concluding chapter of the work deals with the return of the devil to prominence in contemporary religious thought and shows how Judaism seeks its own solution to the problem of evil. The book contains an extensive bibliography, notes, and index.

Fallen Angels and the Origins of Evil

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Fallen Angels and the Origins of Evil by Elizabeth Clare Prophet Book Summary:

The Book of Enoch was denounced, banned, and "lost" for over a thousand years--until in 1773 a Scottish explorer discovered three copies in Ethiopia. This book examines the controversy surrounding The Book of Enoch, and sheds new light on Enoch's forbidden mysteries.

Splendor and Darkness

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Splendor and Darkness by Cyndi Friberg Book Summary:

Rebel Angels, Book Three. "There is no peace in Heaven, and life has lost its splendor." With those words Lailah joins the ranks of the Rebel Angels. Now she is on a quest to rediscover life's splendor, which isn't easy as an Angel of Death. Nate's life is shattered when brigands claim the lives of his family. He nearly surrenders to despair when an ethereal creature appears offering comfort and tenderness. Convinced she is only an illusion, Nate abandons himself to the dream. A year later an old friend arrives at Monthamn Castle for an extended visit. Nate is shocked and fascinated when his friend's traveling companion turns out to be the "angel" from his dream. Can a shattered soul and an Angel of Death find peace in each other's arms?

The fallen angels and the heroes of mythology

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The fallen angels and the heroes of mythology by John Fleming (incumbent of Ventry.) Book Summary:

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Rebel Angels

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Rebel Angels by Mark Jarman,David Mason Book Summary:

Collects poems by young poets "rebelling" against the then rebellious poetry of the 1960s and 1970s with a return to measured speech, even rhyme, and the power of narrative

Fall of the Rebel Angels

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Fall of the Rebel Angels by Andy Brown Book Summary:

Fall of the Rebel Angels: Poems 1996-2006 brings together the best of Andy Brown’s poems from the first ten years of his publications. Through his light-touch exploration of our sense of selves, public and private, Brown’s work explores ideas of ‘relationship’ in its widest senses –the ecology of the natural world and our relationship to it the intimacy and intricacies of personal relationshipsthe relationships between language and experience, memory, imagination and realityInformed by philosophies of Critical Realism, Brown’s poetry explores pertinent environmental and philosophic ideas, combining ontological inquiry with accessible lyric language and form, subtle humour, and a direct engagement with the ‘thing-ness’ of the world.

Wisdom of the Watchers

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Wisdom of the Watchers by Timothy Wyllie Book Summary:

Writing together with Timothy Wyllie, the angel Georgia details the events of Earth’s ancient history from 39,000 BC to 16,500 BC • Chronicles the destruction of Lemuria, the Pleiadian evacuation of Earth, and the Lemurian diaspora that spread to India, Tibet, China, and South America • Explains angelic esoteric science, such as the link between spiritual centers on higher planes and ancient monuments on Earth, including the Giza pyramids • Interwoven throughout with observations about Timothy Wyllie’s current and previous lives, such as his long involvement with the Process Church and his interactions with rebel angel incarnates like Timothy Leary At the time of the revolt among the angels 203,000 years ago, Georgia was among those angels who aligned themselves with Lucifer and the rebels. She has remained on this world with occasional side trips to Zandana, another planet of quarantined rebel angels, since the time of the revolution, taking on the angelic role of Watcher. Writing together with Timothy Wyllie, Georgia provides her personal account of the period on Earth from 39,000 BC to 16,500 BC. Georgia shares her experiences being present as the Lemurian civilization in the Pacific reached its pinnacle and seismic upheavals overwhelmed its island home of Mu. She describes the elaborate Pleiadian evacuation operation and the Lemurian diaspora, explaining how their belief system took root in India, Tibet, China, and South America. She reveals how the emerging Atlantean civilization, now also collapsed, preyed on the far flung settlements of the Lemurian empire. She explains angelic knowledge of esoteric science, such as the spiritual influence of Venus and the link between spiritual centers on higher planes and ancient monuments on Earth, including the Giza pyramids. Georgia interweaves her story with observations about Timothy Wyllie’s current and previous lives, such as his long involvement with the Process Church and his interactions with other a rebel angel incarnates like Timothy Leary. Georgia shares her words, in part, to awaken some of the 100 million rebel angels currently living their human lives, most unaware of their angelic heritage. She reveals how a mortal incarnation for a rebel angel is an opportunity to redeem her past and help prepare the way for the imminent transformation of global consciousness as the rebellion planets, including Earth, are welcomed back into the Multiverse.

The Cornish Trilogy

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The Cornish Trilogy by Robertson Davies Book Summary:

Bringing together The Rebel Angels, What’s Bred in the Bone, and The Lyre of Orpheus, The Cornish Trilogy is available as an eBook for the first time. Woven around the pursuits of the energetic spirits and erudite scholars of the University of St. John and the Holy Ghost, this dazzling trilogy of novels lures you into a world of mysticism, historical allusion, and gothic fantasy that could only be the invention of the inimitable Robertson Davies. “A biting satire on the artistic muse . . . . This wonderful, witty novel should speak to a worldwide audience.”—Chicago Tribune

Confessions of a Rebel Angel

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Confessions of a Rebel Angel by Timothy Wyllie Book Summary:

A rebel angel’s observations from her half-million years on Earth and her perspective on the spiritual journey of her human charge • Explains the hidden motivations behind Lucifer’s angelic rebellion 203,000 years ago and watcher Georgia’s participation in it • Explores the benevolent intentions of the Multiverse both in quarantining our planet to contain the rebellion and in now allowing our return • Describes how the coming spiritual transition will be gentle and our future positive More than two hundred millennia ago the high angel Lucifer launched a revolution among the angelic hierarchy, which led to the quarantine of 37 planets, including our own, from the rest of the Multiverse. Now, after eons of isolation, the rebel angels are being redeemed and we are being welcomed back into the benevolent and caring Multiverse with a massive transformation of consciousness and a reconnection to our celestial destiny. Writing through Timothy Wyllie, rebel angel Georgia describes her half a million years stationed on Earth as a watcher. Arriving 500,000 years ago as part of the first angelic expedition to Earth--sent here to prepare the indigenous inhabitants for higher consciousness--she details the archaic roots of humanity and explains the connections between the 7 dimensions of intelligent life and the chakras as well as how beauty and creativity are vehicles for angelic inspiration. Interweaving her story with parallel observations of Wyllie’s youth in World War II England and his spiritual journey beginning with the Process Church, Georgia explains the motivations behind Lucifer’s uprising and the lasting impact it has had among the angels on Earth and on humanity’s natural spiritual development. Revealing that there are more than 90 million rebel angels currently incarnated on Earth--almost all of whom are unaware of their previous celestial lives--Georgia explains how this is their opportunity to personally redeem the past and contribute their particular talents to the world. She calls on all of us, especially these incarnate angels, to wake up to who we truly are and embrace our spiritual heritage as earthly vessels for God’s presence. In this way we can prepare for the imminent transformation of global consciousness and embrace the astonishing and wondrous destiny facing our world.

The fallen angels ! A brief review of the measures of the late administration; to which is added advice to the yeomanry & volunteers of the imperial kingdom

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The fallen angels ! A brief review of the measures of the late administration; to which is added advice to the yeomanry & volunteers of the imperial kingdom by Fallen angels Book Summary:

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An Independent Stance

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An Independent Stance by W. J. Keith Book Summary:

Part One of this strongly worded, informed, and wide-ranging collection examines key issues for the future of Canadian criticism. Part Two offers new readings of important works by Grove, Wilson, MacLennan, Davies, Laurence, Hood, Wiebe, Hodgins, and Atwood. As W.J. Keith argues, `We still have a mission: to have our literature recognized as an essential reflection of our national life. This is what I mean by retrenchment and consolidation. Literature can survive without literary criticism but it cannot survive if it is unknown and unread. It is criticism's prime function at the present time to see that it is both known and read with that mature enjoyment which is a combination of emotional sensitivity and humane intelligence. As critics, scholars, editors, we shall not be fulfilling our responsibilities or justifying our existence if we attempt anything less.' Or as Keith modestly observes in his introduction to this collection, `If this book is of any interest, it will be because Canadian literature is an important subject. Literary commentators like myself are middle-men, and should be prepared to admit the fact. If this book succeeds in helping readers to appreciate the works of Canadian writers that I discuss, and to derive increased pleasure and insight from them, it will have served its purpose. I can see no other justification for it -- or for any other work of criticism.'

Art Journal

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Art Journal by Premium Art Journals Book Summary:

Art Journal - Pieter Brueghel (Bruegel) the Elder Cover Premium College Ruled Notebook Matte Soft Cover Size - 6"x9" 110 Pages

Rebel Angels Down in Texas

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Rebel Angels Down in Texas by Martin O'Hurley Book Summary:

The world is days away from the 22nd century and humanity is in a precarious state, decimated by wars over water and religion. Down in the former State of Texas the giant strongman Harold Hag rules his tribe and territory with a brutal hand. Surrounded by a desert known as the Scald, the Hags have come from all walks of life, submitting to Harold's bizarre and barbaric religion. The key tenet of this religion? Technology is a tool of Satan and has brought misery upon the world. As the Hags sink further into sadism, hidden away in a little church across the Scald is a band of twelve survivors. Led by a famous physicist and his black cylinder called Angel, they rely on stealth and drones to hide from the Hags. But the drones reveal something seemingly impossible, and the twelve must risk everything to act. Their fate lies with Nik and Mari, whose lethal blade combat skills will be put to the ultimate test. How can two take on thousands? By shaking the foundations of their faith.

Angels and Demons in Art

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Angels and Demons in Art by Rosa Giorgi Book Summary:

This sumptuously illustrated volume analyzes artists' representations of angels and demons and heaven and hell from the Judeo-Christian tradition and describes how these artistic portrayals evolved over time. As with other books in the Guide to Imagery series, the goal of this volume is to help contemporary art enthusiasts decode the symbolic meanings in the great masterworks of Western Art. The first chapter traces the development of images of the Creation and the Afterworld from descriptions of them in the Scriptures through their evolution in later literary and philosophical works. The following two chapters examine artists' depictions of the two paths that humans may take, the path of evil or the path of salvation, and the punishments or rewards found on each. A chapter on the Judgment Day and the end of the world explores portrayals of the mysterious worlds between life and death and in the afterlife. Finally, the author looks at images of angelic and demonic beings themselves and how they came to be portrayed with the physical attributes--wings, halos, horns, and cloven hooves--with which we are now so familiar. Thoroughly researched by and expert in the field of iconography, Angels and Demons in Art will delight readers with an interest in art or religious symbolism.

101 Questions and Answers on Angels and Devils

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101 Questions and Answers on Angels and Devils by N.A Book Summary:

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Between God and Man

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Between God and Man by Francesco Buranelli,Robin C. Dietrick,Marco Bussagli,Cecilia Sica,Roberta Bernabei,Mississippi Museum of Art Book Summary:

The topic of this exhibition and catalog is the angel, but more important the way the angel is represented. The image of the angel has varied with the changing times and stylistic and cultural spheres but, at the same time, it has remained essentially unchanged and charged with a particular fascination that transcends fashions and styles.

A Dictionary of Angels, Including the Fallen Angels

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A Dictionary of Angels, Including the Fallen Angels by Gustav Davidson Book Summary:

Gustav Davidson's classic text, A dictionary of Angels: Including the Fallen Angels, is the result of sixteen years of research in Talmudic, gnostic, cabalistic, apocalyptic, patristic, and legendary texts. The classic reference work on angels is beautifully illustrated and its reissue coincides with the resurgence of belief in angels in America. This well researched and exquisitely illustrated dictionary is a wonderful collectable for all those who believe in angels, miracles, lore, and faith.

Angels and Devils: their existence, character, and eternal state

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Angels and Devils: their existence, character, and eternal state by Rev. William COOKE (of the Methodist New Connexion.) Book Summary:

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The Gemma Doyle Trilogy

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The Gemma Doyle Trilogy by Libba Bray Book Summary:

The three books of the New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestselling Gemma Doyle trilogy available together for the first time, from the author of The Diviners series and Going Bovine. This collection contains the complete text of the three Gemma Doyle novels, a deliciously sweeping and haunting saga that won't let you go. It's the only way to get all three of Libba Bray's critically acclaimed novels in one bundle. A Great and Terrible Beauty: Gemma Doyle finds an icy reception at the Spence Academy in London, where she becomes entangled with the leader of the school's most powerful clique and discovers her own mother's connection to a shadowy group called the Order. Rebel Angels: Gemma is looking forward to spending time in London over Christmas, but her troubled visions of three girls dressed in white are intensifying and only the enchanted realms can give Gemma the answers she needs. The Sweet Far Thing: In a world where rules are everything, can a girl like Gemma survive? The conclusion to the bestselling series. Praise for Libba Bray’s novels: A Great and Terrible Beauty “A delicious, elegant gothic.”—PW, Starred “Shivery with both passion and terror.”—Kirkus Reviews “A true boarding-school drama, full of cattiness, Victorian repression, and steamy schoolgirl dreams of being ravished by virile gypsies.”—The Bulletin, Recommended Rebel Angels “This extraordinary novel moves along at breathtaking speed from beginning to end . . . astounding.”—VOYA in a Perfect 10 Review “Remarkable.”—SLJ The Sweet Far Thing “A rare treat that offers a bit of everything—romance, magic, history, Gothic intrigue—and delivers on all of it in 819 beautifully crafted pages.”—People “A triumphant conclusion of the trilogy begun in A Great and Terrible Beauty.”—PW, in its Best Books of the Year review Going Bovine “Libba Bray's fabulous new book will, with any justice, be a cult classic. The kind of book you take with you to college, in the hopes that your roommate will turn out to have packed their own copy, too. Reading it is like discovering an alternate version of The Phantom Tollbooth, where Holden Caulfield has hit Milo over the head and stolen his car, his token, and his tollbooth. There's adventure and tragedy here, a sprinkling of romance, musical interludes, a battle-ready yard gnome who's also a Norse God, and practically a chorus line of physicists. Which reminds me: will someone, someday, take Going Bovine and turn it into a musical, preferably a rock opera? I want the soundtrack, the program, the T-shirt, and front row tickets.”—Kelly Link, author of Get in Trouble “Libba Bray not only breaks the mold of the ubiquitous dying-teenager genre—she smashes it and grinds the tiny pieces into the sidewalk. For the record, I’d go anywhere she wanted to take me.”—The New York Times “A sublimely surreal saga.”—People “Offer this to fans of Douglas Adams’s Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy seeking more inspired lunacy.”—PW, Starred

Milton's Angels

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Milton's Angels by Joad Raymond Book Summary:

Milton's Paradise Lost, the most eloquent, most intellectually daring, most learned, and most sublime poem in the English language, is a poem about angels. It is told by and of angels; it relies upon their conflicts, communications, and miscommunications. They are the creatures of Milton's narrative, through which he sets the Fall of humankind against a cosmic background. Milton's angels are real beings, and the stories he tells about them rely on his understanding of what they were and how they acted. While he was unique in the sublimity of his imaginative rendering of angels, he was not alone in writing about them. Several early-modern English poets wrote epics that explore the actions of and grounds of knowledge about angels. Angels were intimately linked to theories of representation, and theology could be a creative force. Natural philosophers and theologians too found it interesting or necessary to explore angel doctrine. Angels did not disappear in Reformation theology: though centuries of Catholic traditions were stripped away, Protestants used them in inventive ways, adapting tradition to new doctrines and to shifting perceptions of the world. Angels continued to inhabit all kinds of writing, and shape the experience and understanding of the world. Milton's Angels: The Early-Modern Imagination explores the fate of angels in Reformation Britain, and shows how and why Paradise Lost is a poem about angels that is both shockingly literal and sublimely imaginative.

Conversations with Angels

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Conversations with Angels by J. Raymond Book Summary:

Based on refractions of earlier beliefs, modern angels - at once terrible and comforting, frighteningly other and reassuringly beneficent - have acquired a powerful symbolic value. This interdisciplinary study looks at how humans conversed with angels in medieval and early modern Europe, and how they explained and represented these conversations.

Fallen Angels

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The Jewish Teachers of Jesus, James, and Jude

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The Jewish Teachers of Jesus, James, and Jude by David A. deSilva Book Summary:

Jews have sometimes been reluctant to claim Jesus as one of their own; Christians have often been reluctant to acknowledge the degree to which Jesus' message and mission were at home amidst, and shaped by, the Judaism(s) of the Second Temple Period. In The Jewish Teachers of Jesus, James, and Jude David deSilva introduces readers to the ancient Jewish writings known as the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha and examines their formative impact on the teachings and mission of Jesus and his half-brothers, James and Jude. Knowledge of this literature, deSilva argues, helps to bridge the perceived gap between Jesus and Judaism when Judaism is understood only in terms of the Hebrew Bible (or ''Old Testament''), and not as a living, growing body of faith and practice. Where our understanding of early Judaism is limited to the religion reflected in the Hebrew Bible, Jesus will appear more as an outsider speaking ''against'' Judaism and introducing more that is novel. Where our understanding of early Judaism is also informed by the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha, we will see Jesus and his half-brothers speaking and interacting more fully within Judaism. By engaging critical issues in this comparative study, deSilva produces a portrait of Jesus that is fully at home in Roman Judea and Galilee, and perhaps an explanation for why these extra-biblical Jewish texts continued to be preserved in Christian circles.