Author: Marie Lu

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9788467556575

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 368

View: 1608


Cuando Day y June chocan sus leyendas se hacen pedazos y dejan al decubierto dos personas que se atraen como polos opuestos de un imán.

Awakening The Soul

The Trilogy

Author: Bill Missett

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781434392459

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 734

View: 6130


Awakening The Soul: The Trilogy includes ATS: Book One: Proof of Our Spiritual Nature, which itemizes more than 80 characteristics of our spiritual nature, many very familiar, and explains 10 of them in depth; ATS: Book 2: Our Suppressed Spiritual Nature, which explains why we are so out of touch with our spiritual nature, primarily through suppression of those traits by religions, primarily Christianity, and ATS Book 3: Restoring Your Spiritual Nature contains detailed channeled instructions to restore immediate awareness of your spiritual nature, which has proven highly successful in doing just that.

Reflecting on Reflections

Author: Moises C. Florian

Publisher: Anaconda Editions

ISBN: 9781901990027

Category: Poetry

Page: 104

View: 1547


Moises C. Florian is a poet from Peru, now living in London. He writes in Spanish and Alison Dent has collaborated with him on most of these translations. In this long, reflective meditation one sees his concentration on the pause, the emptiness (mirrors are so often empty) - 'mirrors and mirages don't often notice me.'

The Dust Must Settle

Author: Obinna Ozoigbo

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781452087948

Category: Fiction

Page: 600

View: 6265


A particlar family unit in West Africa disintegrates after the turn of the nineteenth century. But this family, at the dawning of the twenty-first century, against all odds, is restored . . . In a bid to escape his father's tyranny in Arochukwu, Uzo Ogbonna elopes to far-away Calabar with his heartthrob, Ivuaku. But, while living among the Efiks, he is murdered by his best Efik friend, never to set eyes on his motherless triplet children. His life as an Anglophile pays off, finally; a young Welsh missionary in Calabar, Mary-Ann, takes ill and sails with the now orphaned triplets to England in 1923 as toddlers. Tracing their ancestral home in Africa, some years after, would have been a lot easier if Mary-Ann had not died, and if these triplets had not been separated within the ambit of the British Adoption Act. The "machinery" set in motion for the coming together of these triplets seventy-nine years after is skillfully narrated by the author in the Book Two and Book Three of this captivating family saga that spans four generations . . .

The Riverside Dictionary of Biography

Author: Editors of the American Heritage Dictionaries

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780618493371

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 867

View: 2005


An authoritative resource offering concise profiles of more than ten thousand of the world's most important people features information on individuals from ancient times to the present day and representing a wide range of fields of endeavor, furnishing details on birth and death dates, full name, nationality, occupation, and accomplishments, as well as thousands of cross references and brief quotations.