Author: Kyra Gates

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1456899643

Category: Fiction

Page: 424

View: 9018

Lasette I love you said the voice in my head. I burned from the torture those words meant. I had done the unspeakable. I knew he loved me and I loved him. How could I go back? How could Tyler a mere human have this much a hold on me? The love I have for Anthony is trying to pull me back but the mistakes Ive made are fueling the fire to stay here with Tyler. Do I love him.is thats whats holding me here? Anthony hurt me; tore my heart right from my very chest but what I had done was unspeakable.


chilling horror from a true master

Author: Graham Masterton

Publisher: Head of Zeus Ltd

ISBN: 178669557X

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

View: 4616

A dark and horrifying tale of Druidism, madness and murder. The Oaks is an idyllic, up-market country club – but behind its ornately carved walls is a horrific past. Sixty years ago the house was an asylum, home to crazed psychopaths. One night all of them disappeared, never to be seen again. Jack Reed, the owner of The Oaks, has no idea about the building's strange past. It is only when Jack's son is dragged into the walls of the mansion that he realises what happened sixty years ago – and just where the inmates have been living all this time... 'One of the most original and frightening storytellers of our time' PETER JAMES. 'A true master of horror' JAMES HERBERT.


Author: Miles Jebb

Publisher: N.A


Category: Outdoor recreation

Page: 202

View: 8086


Memorial of the Walkers of the Old Plymouth Colony

Embracing Genealogical and Biographical Sketches of James, of Taunton; Philip, of Rehoboth; William of Eastham; John, of Marshfield; Thomas, of Bristol; and of Their Descendants from 1620 to 1860

Author: James Bradford Richmond Walker

Publisher: N.A



Page: 460

View: 8164


Walkers Between the Worlds

The Western Mysteries from Shaman to Magus

Author: Caitlín Matthews,John Matthews

Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Co

ISBN: 9780892810918

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 464

View: 6738

Beneath the orthodox religions that lay claim to the soul of Western man runs an esoteric current that has preserved the lore and hermetic traditions of our ancestors. Walkers Between the Worlds explores the ancient earth wisdom of the shaman, and the Gnostic and Egyptian mysteries of the East. Practical exercises drawn from these traditions are included.

Water Walkers

Portraits of Ghana

Author: Melissa Haeffner

Publisher: Melissa Haeffner

ISBN: 1427645760

Category: Drinking water

Page: 38

View: 1132


The Best Job in the World - The PepsiCo Walkers crisp Marketing Case Study

Author: N.A

Publisher: Compton House Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 0954951808

Category: Branding (Marketing)

Page: 39

View: 389

In this digital video book, PepsiCo UK and Ireland President Matin Glenn charts the meteoric rise of Walkers crisps to Britain's number one FMCG brand, providing insights into innovation, 360° brand communications, managing high-performance teams and how to remain a market leader in today's crowded FMCG market.

Faith Walkers

Passages of Suffering and Hope

Author: Joe Nassal

Publisher: Paulist Press

ISBN: 9780809136278

Category: Religion

Page: 90

View: 7925

"When we dig down into the soul we discover the plan of salvation: God chose to walk with us in the person of Jesus. The way of the cross is a sojourn of the soul that makes us faith walkers, not sightseers: we walk by faith, not by sight." "We embark on this journey because we believe that when the Word was made flesh, God became incarnate in all the experiences of our lives. It is the presence - the real presence - of compassionate companions we meet along the way whose sharing of self and stories gives us insight into our souls." "The roadsign that guides us on this way of faith is a sign found on the bulletin board of a college campus ministry office: "Religion is for those people who are afraid of going to hell; Spirituality is for those who have been there." When we dare to embark on this soulful journey, we will have the ashes and scars to show where we have been: to hell and back again. That is why the way of the cross is not a stroll through pious fields but a dangerous dance through a spiritual valley of tears and fears." "In Faith Walkers, Father Nassal tells the stories of those who have suffered and yet live with hope. If you have ever been hurt in life, this book will give you new strength."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Zarrion Walkers: Magical Moments

Author: Zarrion Walker

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1411680421


Page: 42

View: 8636

A great collection of some magical poetry written by Zarrion Walker. He guides through detail thoughts and reasons for writing poems...


Author: Jean Marie Rusin

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1496927079

Category: Fiction

Page: 344

View: 4767

OUT Breaks, Before anyone could speak on it further the Walkers, would trying to break into the building, and Walkers arriving on the scene. Mike disbelief , everyone mostly didn't believe what was going on. "What going on?" Is it air borne or chemical? The solider said we don't have any answers to this virus infected so many peoples, are turning into Walkers. Who will survive or will dies? WALKERS ARE COMING!!!! They are very close and they are getting inside, we need to escape now, before it too late, said Mike, to the Soldier in command. Time is running out and we need to go now!!!! Bang at the door, and a walkers coming in... he looked at the Walker again as the groaning continued low and raspy, and he realized that there was no survivor after all. The groaning was coming from butchered body. He staggered forward, then backward again. Mike couldn't quite interpret what he saw. Walkers can be destroyed with knife with in the head. Need to carry out the act of killing. "Ah, but it is self-killing if they are already dead? WALKERS

Our Walkers

from Virginia to Texas

Author: Clevie Posey Clardy,Elvis Clardy

Publisher: N.A


Category: Texas

Page: 177

View: 862


Gratitude Power for Runners and Walkers

Author: Kirk Mahoney, Ph.D.

Publisher: SpryFeet.com


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 266

View: 1396

"What is your biggest frustration as a runner or walker?" Ask other runners and walkers this question, and you will get answers such as speedwork, injury recovery, and hydrating properly. Gratitude Power for Runners and Walkers shows that gratitude is the fastest path to preventing or eliminating these and any other frustrations that you may face as a runner or walker. And author Kirk Mahoney teaches many lessons about gratitude in this powerful book, including: * How to tell whether you run or walk with meaning * How to know whether you underrate gratitude * The many benefits of gratitude to your running or walking * Ten techniques for building gratitude daily Beyond these lessons, Gratitude Power for Runners and Walkers is filled with more than 100 chapters of gratitude statements that are neatly subdivided into five categories. When combined with the book's gratitude-building techniques, these 1,000-some gratitude statements will help you to use the power of gratitude to put more happiness into your running or walking!

Dead Walkers

Author: Mia Moore

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1483451461


Page: 290

View: 8986

The Zombie Apocalypse is here, but in a way you would never believe. From going back to the "old west" rules to modern day weaponry and fighting from the Marines to the Army. Who will survive? If anyone? Can Big John, Tommy and Payton rise to occasion, only time will tell. A must read for all Zombie lovers.


Author: Carmen Coetzee

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781462867769

Category: Fiction

Page: 198

View: 5251

Her cold breath on my face made each hair on my body rise. She grabbed my throat in a flash and I felt her nails digging into my skin. How does it feel to look into the eyes of the dead? When quirky, run-of-the-mill teenager, Lana-Ann Manson is faced with terrifying dreams that seep into her reality, she comes to learn that her presumably average existence may not be as predictable as she had imagined it to be. Imprisoned in a world of continuous dj vu due to her spine-tingling dreams, Lana-Ann attempts to live a normal life with her aunt Margaret and annoyingly perfect, older sister Carol. She becomes wrapped up in a paranormal world where she finds that she can manipulate dreams and people. With the help of a friend, Lana-Ann learns about her gift of dream-walking but is that enough to maintain the balance of life, love and everything else important to her? The Age of the Dream-Walker has arrived

The Island Walkers

A Novel

Author: John Bemrose

Publisher: Metropolitan Books

ISBN: 146685765X

Category: Fiction

Page: 464

View: 4590

A powerful first novel about a family that slips from fortune's favor and a town broken by the forces of modernity Across a bend of Ontario's Attawan River lies the Island, a working-class neighborhood of whitewashed houses and vine-freighted fences, black willows and decaying sheds. Here, for generations, the Walkers have lived among the other mill workers. The family's troubles begin in the summer of 1965, when a union organizer comes to town and Alf Walker is forced to choose between loyalty to his friends at the mill and advancement up the company ranks. Alf's worries are aggravated by his wife, Margaret, who has never reconciled her middle-class English upbringing to her blue-collar reality. As the summer passes, Joe, their son, is also forced to reckon with his family's standing when he falls headlong for a beautiful newcomer on a bridge—a girl far beyond him, with greater experience and broader horizons. As the threat of mill closures looms, the Walkers grapple with their personal crises, just as the rest of the town fights to protect its way of life amid the risks of unionization and the harsh demands of corporate power. Superbly crafted and deeply moving, this remarkable debut follows the Walkers to the very bottom of their night only to confirm, in the end, life's ultimate hopefulness. The Island Walkers is at once a love letter to a place, a gripping family saga, and a testimony to the emergence of an important new novelist.

Walkers Creek

A Western

Author: Ross Bentley-Davies

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1447763947

Category: Frontier and pioneer life

Page: 197

View: 3134

Emily Nixon is determined to prove she can run the ranch on her own, even if it means resorting to violence. She arranges for an anonymous mercenary to blow up a troublesome neighbor's house. When the sheriff's deputies start following her, she arranges to have the mercenary killed. She doesn't realize that the handsome new man in town that she's taken a liking to, is the man she is trying to have killed.

Beautiful Walkers

Author: Fred Renneker,Renneker F. W. Renneker

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1440174571

Category: Fiction

Page: 312

View: 7200

Julian Blushingame admits he has a problem. For many months, he has spent enormous amounts of time in Birmingham's crack whoredom. Julian loves it, loathes it, cherishes it, fondles it, and regrets it. Between jaunts, he manages to fulfill the simple responsibilities of his easy job and live not so differently from any other late twenty-something. He stumbled into this obsession while researching the history of a Birmingham, Alabama, public housing community from the middle of the twentieth century. While Julian does his best to complete his historical research, he can think only about the women he sees everyday walking the sidewalks of the city. Not only does he become deeply infatuated with one streetwalker, he eventually becomes the most pathetic pervert a daytime regular at a third-rate strip joint. But Julian's addiction may cost him his life. An unlucky witness to the killing of a streetwalker, he's been kidnapped by two violent and angry men and is held captive. He doesn't know if his captors plan to release him or if they will kill him.

Snake Walkers

Author: J. Everett Prewitt

Publisher: Northland Publishing Company

ISBN: 0976192705

Category: Fiction

Page: 328

View: 628

Anthon James Andrews was traumatized by a hanging as a thirteen year old. He becomes the Arkansas Sun's first black reporter in the 1960s, stumbles upon a mysteriously vacated town, and finds evidence of foul play. Racial retribution and a search for personal salvation accompany Andrews in his quest to find the disturbing answers. There are a number of books that deal with black families as victims in the south. Few address the reverse.

Uphill Walkers

Portrait of a Family

Author: Madeleine Blais

Publisher: Grove Press

ISBN: 9780802138927

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 272

View: 2279

The author of In These Girls, Hope is a Muscle recalls her own Irish-American's family's struggles with tragedy and despair in the 1950s following the sudden death of her father. Reprint.

Walking with the Walkers

Author: Edward R. Walker

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780932807083

Category: History

Page: 113

View: 8501

Charles Walker (b.ca.1760/1770) married Susanna Gannaway before 1793, at which time he lived in Rockingham County, Virginia; he died before May 1809. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Maryland, New York, West Virginia, Tennessee, Missouri and elsewhere.