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Expedition of Equality

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Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
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Expedition of Equality starts in the year 3000, when a group of scientists travels to a new star system they name Einstein. Their only desire is to be able to experiment without government regulations. Five years later, a group of colonists who pay their life savings to join these scientists in the Einstein star system gets the shock of a lifetime when they arrive five hundred years later. The star system is now teeming with life and new genetically engineered specie. Follow the exploits of the spaceship Equality and its crew as they explore this strange new star system while attempting to put an end to a new threat of space pirates, space pirates they believe are being led by one Captain Spike, but after an assassination attempt on their new captain, doubts arise. More mystery builds when they meet a clone of a notorious murderer, a clone who has just murdered his parents in their sleep. Will the crew of Equality be able to unravel what is truly going on before it’s too late?

One Last Unveil (A Tara Mills Mystery—Book Three)

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Author: Sarah Sutton
Publisher: Sarah Sutton
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One Last Unveil (A Tara Mills Mystery—Book Three) by Sarah Sutton Book Resume:

ONE LAST UNVEIL is book three in the FBI mystery series by author Sarah Sutton. A true-crime podcaster is found brutally stabbed to death in her home after walking her child to the bus stop. At first, all signs point to those closest to her. But when a friend and fellow podcaster digs into her obsession—a cold case laid to rest for fifteen years—and later turns up dead too, local police and the FBI realize that a serial killer dubbed the Silent Stalker could be striking again for the first time in years. With the FBI called in and no leads to follow, they quickly realize they need a brilliant mind to crack the case: FBI Agent Tara Mills. But Tara is reluctant at first. The case reminds her too much of her mother’s when it’s revealed that the victim’s daughter, a selective mute, lost her mother at the same age as Tara. But Tara is compelled as she realizes it is only a matter of time before the killer strikes again. As she peels back each layer, she falls deeper into the darkest depths of her mind and into the nightmares she had tried so hard to escape. Meanwhile, Tara digs deeper into her past, obsessed with revealing the mystery woman visiting her father in prison, which leads to a shocking discovery. As she battles her own psyche and more victims are murdered, Tara realizes that the key to solving it all could be what she finds most triggering: her connection to the victim’s daughter. As she takes a path she fears to travel, deep into the depths of her mind, she unveils a truth she never expected. Book #4 in the series—ONE LAST LIE—is also now available for pre-order! “First read by this new upcoming author and she has a winner with this series. Suspenseful from beginning to end.” --Goodreads Reviewer (One Last Step) “I was pulled in from the very start…in my mind it played out just like a movie.” --Goodreads Reviewer (One Last Step) “Absolutely loved this first in the series from start to finish. Fast paced and easy to follow with a storyline that was tense and exciting, I found it hard to put down.” --Goodreads Reviewer (One Last Step) “One Last Breath took my breath away.” --Goodreads Reviewer (One Last Breath) “Oh wow! What a book. I loved it and I couldn’t put it down until I finished it. Tara and Warren are so believable.” --Goodreads Reviewer (One Last Breath)

The Southampton Chronicle

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Author: Richard Massey
Publisher: Oghma Creative Media
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The Making of a Name is a Terrible Chore Gregory knew they hunted him, but did they have the horses to see it through? Doubtful, but soon the answer would be known. He neared the end of a mournful poem that had bedeviled him for a fortnight. Once done, he would again ride out and give test to their mettle. Gregory gazed into the raftered reaches of the hall and thought of home. An autumn gust rattled the shutters, candles flickered and, somewhere out there, they waited. He lit a stub of Frankincense, dipped his quill into the inkwell, and hunched over the golden sheet of parchment. Asked to write a chronicle of the times, Gregory—with his merchant’s wit, his silver and wine, and a talent for arriving in places where he doesn’t belong—journeys through late 13th Century England, to ramshackle villages and splendid cathedral cities, to dank castles and even a remote battlefield in the foggy northern hinterlands. What he finds is a realm of toil and gossip, tragedy and cheer, and hard lines between the accepted and the forbidden. As the list of friends and enemies grows, Gregory finds himself courting something he never before imagined, the trappings of fame. The Southampton Chronicle, born from the dust and blood of the Middle Ages, itself yields an unlikely hero, a chronicler who sheds obscurity in claiming the highest title available to him—Gregory of Bordeaux.

Welcome to Serenity

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Author: Sherryl Woods
Publisher: MIRA
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Welcome to Serenity by Sherryl Woods Book Resume:

The Sweet Magnolias is now a Netflix Original Series! From #1 New York Times Bestselling Author Sherryl Woods When Jeanette Brioche helped launch The Corner Spa in Serenity, South Carolina, she found a whole lot more than professional satisfaction. She discovered the deep and loyal friendships that had been missing from her life. But even the Sweet Magnolias can’t mend the terrible rift between Jeanette and her family or persuade her that the holidays are anything more than a season of misery. Pushed into working on the town’s much-loved annual Christmas festival, Jeanette teams up with the sexy new town manager. Tom McDonald may be the only person in Serenity who’s less enthused about family and the holidays than she is. But with tree decorations going up on the town square and a bit of romance in the air, Jeanette and Tom take a fresh look at the past and a hopeful look into the future. Together they discover that this just may be a season of miracles after all. Read the Sweet Magnolias Series by Sherryl Woods: Book One: Stealing Home Book Two: A Slice of Heaven Book Three: Feels Like Family Book Four: Welcome to Serenity Book Five: Home in Carolina Book Six: Sweet Tea at Sunrise Book Seven: Honeysuckle Summer Book Eight: Midnight Promises Book Nine: Catching Fireflies Book Ten: Where Azaleas Bloom Book Eleven: Swan Point Bonus: The Sweet Magnolias Cookbook

The Glittering Mountains of Canada

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Author: J. Monroe Thorington
Publisher: Rocky Mountain Books Ltd
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The Glittering Mountains of Canada by J. Monroe Thorington Book Resume:

"This then is a book of mountaineering, not presenting the Canadian Rockies in their entirety — no single volume will ever do that — but including many of the finest things. It is also a book of mountain travel, under conditions such as perhaps the European traveller experienced in the Alps during the Eighteenth Century. Finally, it is a book of mountain history; for here is Geography in the making, and with a tradition behind it — a story that has never been properly gathered together, and whose details, in part at least, are gone forever." — from the Preface by J. Monroe Thorington Completely re-edited, re-designed and containing with an impressive collection of archival photos and maps, The Glittering Mountains of Canada is a must-read for anyone interested in mountain literature. The book's position in the pantheon of outdoor writing as a "classic" is only further enhanced and supported by the passionate Foreword by well-known mountain historian and environmental writer Robert William Sandford, who urges the contemporary reader to embrace Thorington's belief in the importance of landscape and the poetry of place. This is a book that deserves to be read and appreciated alongside the work of Wallace Stegner, Henry David Thoreau and Sid Marty.

Summer of Serenity

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Author: Nicola Marsh
Publisher: HarperCollins Australia
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Summer of Serenity by Nicola Marsh Book Resume:

Opposites clash in the addictive new small-town romance from USA Today bestselling Australian author Nicola Marsh. A slick city boy with a mission. A free-spirited country girl with a cause. Fireworks are guaranteed... Upstanding principal Jy Atherton dreads the next four weeks. As punishment for crossing his bosses, he's been lumped with the inglorious task of assessing Acacia Haven's tiny school with its, dare he say, 'hippie' curriculum. With the lowest test scores in the state, it's no wonder shutting it down is practically a foregone conclusion. But then he crosses paths with a spitfire who knocks him for six - pity he's already public enemy number one... Teacher Summer O'Reilly loves her small town nestled along the beautiful coast. Returning was the best decision she ever made. The intentional living community of Serenity is thriving, and the children are its future. No way will she allow a jumped-up suit - no matter how good-looking - to close the school her precious students need. For Rayne O'Reilly, Acacia Haven has always been serene on the surface, but there's a dark secret she's kept from everyone for decades, including her daughter, Summer. But after reviving old friendships and reconnecting with the past, will she finally have the courage to tear down the walls that have kept her trapped? PRAISE FOR NICOLA MARSH: 'I've fallen in love with the small town and the close-knit community.' Instagram review @wherethefksyourcake 'A beautiful and touching story, underscored by emotional themes, Second Chance Lane is not to be missed.' - Mrs B's Book Reviews 'A satisfying read with plenty of drama and a big dollop of romance.' - The Weekly Times

Astronomy with an Opera-glass

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Author: Garrett Putman Serviss
Publisher: Good Press
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Astronomy with an Opera-glass by Garrett Putman Serviss Book Resume:

"Astronomy with an Opera-glass" by Garrett Putman Serviss. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

Astronomy with an Opera

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Author: Garrett Putman Serviss
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Astronomy with an Opera by Garrett Putman Serviss Book Resume:

In the pages that follow, the author has endeavored to encourage the study of the heavenly bodies by pointing out some of the interesting and marvelous phenomena of the universe that are visible with little or no assistance from optical instruments, and indicating means of becoming acquainted with the constellations and the planets. Knowing that an opera-glass is capable of revealing some of the most beautiful sights in the starry dome, and believing that many persons would be glad to learn the fact, he set to work with such an instrument and surveyed all the constellations visible in the latitude of New York, carefully noting everything that it seemed might interest amateur star-gazers. All the objects thus observed have not been included in this book, lest the multiplicity of details should deter or discourage the very readers for whom it was specially written. On the other hand, there is nothing described as visible with an opera-glass or a field-glass which the author has not seen with an instrument of that description, and which any person possessing eye-sight of average quality and a competent glass should not be able to discern.

The Way Of One And The Fate of a World Divided

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Author: W.Alexander Wheeler, Ph.D.
Publisher: The Paul Solomon Foundation
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The Way Of One And The Fate of a World Divided by W.Alexander Wheeler, Ph.D. Book Resume:

One need not hear the words of a prophet to know that we stand at the brink of explosive global change unparalleled in the history of the the world. But if we are given the words of a prophet and fail to pay heed, such change can now only lead to the final self-destructive act in the human tragedy. This book delivers to humanity a message, commissioned by no less than the universal and unlimited Source of all knowledge, wisdom, and vision, critical to the future survival of our world. Like a topographical map that from a "bird's-eye view" indicates to us the path of least resistance, the Source points the way beyond war and violence, greed, and fear and toward a higher transcendental sanity to match the needs of the critical times in which we live - The Way of One. Given the ever-increasing speed at which we are advancing toward our final destiny, we can ill-afford to defy or ignore the immortal and dramatic vision of truth that is contained within these pages.

Mother of Christ

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Author: Caryll Houselander
Publisher: A&C Black
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Mother of Christ by Caryll Houselander Book Resume:

It is the relationship of Christ with his mother that we can see God's design for the relationship of every mother and child.

Crisis in a Divided Korea: A Chronology and Reference Guide

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Author: James I. Matray
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
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Crisis in a Divided Korea: A Chronology and Reference Guide by James I. Matray Book Resume:

This book provides scholars and students examining Korea's place in modern world politics with an invaluable resource for understanding the causes, course, and consequences of the ongoing crisis on the Korean Peninsula. • Provides readers with an understanding of the reasons for the existence of two nations on the Korean Peninsula • Exposes how outside powers have intervened in Korean affairs throughout its modern history—with disastrous results • Explains the development of North Korea into an isolated nation with a government determined to possess nuclear weapons • Suggests avenues for Korea's reunification and the achievement of permanent peace and stability on the peninsula

Home in Carolina

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Author: Sherryl Woods
Publisher: MIRA
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Home in Carolina by Sherryl Woods Book Resume:

The Sweet Magnolias is now a Netflix Original Series! From #1 New York Times Bestselling Author Sherryl Woods There’s no place like home, especially if it’s Serenity, South Carolina. For Annie Sullivan, though, the homecoming is bittersweet. She’d always envisioned a life there with her childhood best friend, Tyler Townsend. But Ty’s betrayal has cost her the family and the future they’d once planned. For Ty, losing Annie was heartbreaking. Still, he can’t imagine life without the three-year-old son whose mother left him for Ty to raise. Ty wants it all—Annie, his child and the future he’d dreamed about—and he’s back home in Serenity to fight for it. But getting Annie to forgive and forget may be the hardest challenge he’s ever faced. With the stakes so high, this is one game he can’t afford to lose. Read the Sweet Magnolias Series by Sherryl Woods: Book One: Stealing Home Book Two: A Slice of Heaven Book Three: Feels Like Family Book Four: Welcome to Serenity Book Five: Home in Carolina Book Six: Sweet Tea at Sunrise Book Seven: Honeysuckle Summer Book Eight: Midnight Promises Book Nine: Catching Fireflies Book Ten: Where Azaleas Bloom Book Eleven: Swan Point Bonus: The Sweet Magnolias Cookbook

Divided Bodies

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Author: Abigail A. Dumes
Publisher: Duke University Press
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Divided Bodies by Abigail A. Dumes Book Resume:

While many doctors claim that Lyme disease—a tick-borne bacterial infection—is easily diagnosed and treated, other doctors and the patients they care for argue that it can persist beyond standard antibiotic treatment in the form of chronic Lyme disease. In Divided Bodies, Abigail A. Dumes offers an ethnographic exploration of the Lyme disease controversy that sheds light on the relationship between contested illness and evidence-based medicine in the United States. Drawing on fieldwork among Lyme patients, doctors, and scientists, Dumes formulates the notion of divided bodies: she argues that contested illnesses are disorders characterized by the division of bodies of thought in which the patient's experience is often in conflict with how it is perceived. Dumes also shows how evidence-based medicine has paradoxically amplified differences in practice and opinion by providing a platform of legitimacy on which interested parties—patients, doctors, scientists, politicians—can make claims to medical truth.

Security and Dependability for Ambient Intelligence

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Author: George Spanoudakis,Spyros Kokolakis
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
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Security and Dependability for Ambient Intelligence by George Spanoudakis,Spyros Kokolakis Book Resume:

Security and Dependability for Ambient Intelligence is the primary publication of the SERENITY approach, which provides security and dependability (S&D) solutions for dynamic, highly distributed, heterogeneous systems. The objective of SERENITY is to enhance the security and dependability of ambient intelligence systems by providing a framework supporting the automated integration, configuration, monitoring and adaptation of security and dependability mechanisms. An edited volume contributed by world leaders in the field, this book covers the problems that the highly dynamic and heterogeneous nature of ambient intelligence systems poses to security and dependability and presents solutions to these problems. Security and Dependability for Ambient Intelligence is designed for researchers and practitioners focusing on the dynamic integration, deployment and verification of security and dependability solutions in highly distributed systems incorporating ambient intelligence features. It is also suitable as a reference or secondary text for advanced-level students in computer science and computer or electrical engineering.


She-Wolf [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10:
Author: K L Jones
Publisher: Kirsten Jones
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She-Wolf by K L Jones Book Resume:

The first thing you should know about me is that I am dead … Death. It comes to us all, even to you, one day. When death slips its hand around your tired hand, you will welcome the cold touch, I promise you. It is the leveller, the constant ... the one thing none of us can avoid. The rich, the poor, the gifted and the lame; we are all alike in death. Death is equal. Death is pure. Three tales wind through She-Wolf, each following the path of a different character. Ryder De Winter, the illegitimate son of Rafael De Winter, born with too much to prove. Tabitha Larch, a child forced into marriage with the cold and callous chieftain, Ares Wolfsnare, her innocence sacrificed to unify the two most powerful elven tribes on the Isle. And the She-Wolf, whose tale is as strange as she is … Three strands, seemingly unconnected, finally join together to become one, in this, the seventh book in the Isle of Dreams series.

Serenity Prayers

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Author: June Cotner
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
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Serenity Prayers by June Cotner Book Resume:

Serenity Prayers is a lovely and timeless collection of prayers, prose, and poems that leaves readers feeling relaxed, peaceful, hopeful, and encouraged. It's a thoughtful resource for facing everyday challenges. Excerpt from the book: "A Clear Midnight This is thy hour O Soul, thy free flight into the wordless, Away from books, away from art, the day erased, the lesson done, Thee fully forth emerging, silent, gazing, pondering the themes thou lovest best, Night, sleep, death and the stars." --Walt Whitman (1819-1892) * Features selections from Mitch Albom, Emily Dickinson, William Penn, Rumi, Carl Sandburg, Henry David Thoreau, Walt Whitman, and William Butler Yeats.

A World Divided

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Author: Eric D. Weitz
Publisher: Princeton University Press
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A World Divided by Eric D. Weitz Book Resume:

A global history of human rights in a world of nation-states that grant rights to some while denying them to others Once dominated by vast empires, the world is now divided into close to 200 independent countries with laws and constitutions proclaiming human rights—a transformation that suggests that nations and human rights inevitably developed together. But the reality is far more problematic, as Eric Weitz shows in this compelling global history of the fate of human rights in a world of nation-states. Through vivid histories drawn from virtually every continent, A World Divided describes how, since the eighteenth century, nationalists have struggled to establish their own states that grant human rights to some people. At the same time, they have excluded others through forced assimilation, ethnic cleansing, or even genocide. From Greek rebels, American settlers, and Brazilian abolitionists in the nineteenth century to anticolonial Africans and Zionists in the twentieth, nationalists have confronted a crucial question: Who has the "right to have rights?" A World Divided tells these stories in colorful accounts focusing on people who were at the center of events. And it shows that rights are dynamic. Proclaimed originally for propertied white men, rights were quickly demanded by others, including women, American Indians, and black slaves. A World Divided also explains the origins of many of today's crises, from the existence of more than 65 million refugees and migrants worldwide to the growth of right-wing nationalism. The book argues that only the continual advance of international human rights will move us beyond the quandary of a world divided between those who have rights and those who don't.

Reading Joss Whedon

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Author: Rhonda V. Wilcox,Tanya R. Cochran,Cynthea Masson,David Lavery
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
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Reading Joss Whedon by Rhonda V. Wilcox,Tanya R. Cochran,Cynthea Masson,David Lavery Book Resume:

In an age when geek chic has come to define mainstream pop culture, few writers and producers inspire more admiration and response than Joss Whedon. From Buffy the Vampire Slayer to Much Ado About Nothing, from Dr. Horrible’s Sing–Along Blog to The Avengers, the works of Whedon have been the focus of increasing academic attention. This collection of articles represents some of the best work covering a wide array of topics that clarify Whedon’s importance, including considerations of narrative and visual techniques, myth construction, symbolism, gender, heroism, and the business side of television. The editors argue that Whedon’s work is of both social and aesthetic significance; that he creates "canonical television." He is a master of his artistic medium and has managed this success on broadcast networks rather than on cable. From the focus on a single episode to the exploration of an entire season, from the discussion of a particular narrative technique to a recounting of the history of Whedon studies, this collection will both entertain and educate those exploring Whedon scholarship for the first time and those planning to teach a course on his works.


Divide [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10:
Author: Anna Jones
Publisher: Kyle Books
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Divide by Anna Jones Book Resume:

This book is a call to action. It warns that unless we learn to accept and respect our social, cultural and political differences as town and country people, we are never going to solve the chronic problems in our food system and environment. As we stare down the barrel of climate change, only farmers - who manage two thirds of the UK's landscape - working together with conservation groups can create a healthier food system and bring back nature in diverse abundance. But this fledgling progress is hindered and hamstrung by simplistic debates that still stoke conflict between conservative rural communities and the liberal green movement. Each chapter, from Family and Politics to Animal Welfare and the Environment, explores a different aspect of the urban/rural disconnect, weaving case studies and research with Anna's personal stories of growing up on a small, upland farm. There is a simple theme and a strong message running throughout the book - a plea to respect our differences, recognise each other's strengths and work together to heal the land.

Across the Great Divide

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Author: Wayne Karol
Publisher: iUniverse
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Across the Great Divide by Wayne Karol Book Resume:

Praise for Wayne Karol's The Sixties as Science Fiction: An Appreciation of Paul Kantner: "Easily the best thing I've ever seen written on him and his music and 'what it all means'." -Jeff Tamarkin, author of Got A Revolution: The Turbulent Flight of Jefferson Airplane "One of the finest pieces of writing about music and society that it's been my pleasure to read." -Bill Parry, co-editor, Holding Together The Sixties were such a long time ago; why can't America seem to stop re-fighting the battles we fought then? Why are we still so bitterly divided? Why does so much of what's happening now seem like weird repetitions of the past, from the Monica Lewinsky scandal and Watergate to Iraq and Vietnam? In Across the Great Divide, Wayne Karol offers an original and insightful perspective on how we ended up in this mess and what we might be able to do about it. It's his duty as a baby boomer to hope that it will change the world.

Rightly Dividing The Word of Truth

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Author: MSE. Dzirasa
Publisher: AuthorHouse
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Rightly Dividing The Word of Truth by MSE. Dzirasa Book Resume:

Seekers of literary divine inspiration are sure to discover nouveau spiritual dynamics within this unique scriptural work which, comes to the reader fully charged with divine nectar meticulously extracted from core Biblically induced truths, lost overtime within the prayer lives of 21st century Christians, as this unique Author rejects the generic introductory tempo of inspirational small talk, by leaping into literary action, tackling the mysteries of prayer, unveiling hidden portals of Godly manifestation, while strolling sacred halls of supplications guided by the Holy Spirit, as she harvests vital spiritual benefits, before its conveyance to the thirsty reader. Her Message is comprehensively delivered on topical platters, and plated with spiritual precision, as she dives deeper into unchartered depths of prayer, while systematically eradicating doubt and establishing faith within the unsettled and undecided mind respectively, by incorporating scripturally balanced, yet creatively sound fun-filled terminological clusters, and abbreviations, spiritually emulsified to appeal to mainstream Christians, project frequency waves scripturally authentic enough to be picked up by the expert antennae of the seasoned Clergy, while offering a literarily 'hip' option to the often bored global Christian youth population, within a rare inspirational format that expressly equips her readers with essential prayer tools, vital to unlocking Holy portals of manifestation, where their guaranteed prayer outcomes are held in trust, with cords drawn from the word of truth, awaiting dispersal. All the above and much more, are hidden within this remarkable work of hers, that blends spiritual intrigue with scriptural expertise that is sure to transform the readers prayer outlook, as well as input, while awaiting the brightness of coming.

The Divide

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Author: Nicholas Evans
Publisher: Penguin
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The Divide by Nicholas Evans Book Resume:

“Evans demonstrates the same intricacy of plot and depth of characterization that defined his international best-seller The Horse Whisperer…[a] heartrending story of a family in crisis.”—Booklist For many anguished months Ben and Sarah Cooper's daughter has been on the run from the FBI, wanted for murder and acts of eco-terrorism. But when Abbie's body is found embedded in the ice of a remote mountain creek, the family's devastation deepens into mystery. How did she die? And what was the trail of events that led this golden child of a loving family so tragically astray? In a journey of discovery and redemption that takes us from the streets of New York to the daunting grandeur of the West, The Divide tells the story of a family fractured by betrayal. It explores the pain we inflict on those we love the most and charts the passions and needs, the dashed hopes and disillusionments, that connect and divide all men and women.

Dividing Waters

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Author: I. A. R. Wylie
Publisher: Good Press
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Dividing Waters by I. A. R. Wylie Book Resume:

"Dividing Waters" by I. A. R. Wylie. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

Dividing Paris

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Author: Esther da Costa Meyer
Publisher: Princeton University Press
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Dividing Paris by Esther da Costa Meyer Book Resume:

A groundbreaking work of scholarship that sheds critical new light on the urban renewal of Paris under Napoleon III In the mid-nineteenth century, Napoleon III and his prefect, Georges-Eugène Haussmann, adapted Paris to the requirements of industrial capitalism, endowing the old city with elegant boulevards, an enhanced water supply, modern sewers, and public greenery. Esther da Costa Meyer provides a major reassessment of this ambitious project, which resulted in widespread destruction in the historic center, displacing thousands of poor residents and polarizing the urban fabric. Drawing on newspapers, memoirs, and other archival materials, da Costa Meyer explores how people from different social strata—both women and men—experienced the urban reforms implemented by the Second Empire. As hundreds of tenements were destroyed to make way for upscale apartment buildings, thousands of impoverished residents were forced to the periphery, which lacked the services enjoyed by wealthier parts of the city. Challenging the idea of Paris as the capital of modernity, da Costa Meyer shows how the city was the hub of a sprawling colonial empire extending from the Caribbean to Asia, and exposes the underlying violence that enriched it at the expense of overseas territories. This marvelously illustrated book brings to light the contributions of those who actually built and maintained the impressive infrastructure of Paris, and reveals the consequences of colonial practices for the city's cultural, economic, and political life.

The Second Mountain

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Author: David Brooks
Publisher: Random House
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The Second Mountain by David Brooks Book Resume:

#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Everybody tells you to live for a cause larger than yourself, but how exactly do you do it? The author of The Road to Character explores what it takes to lead a meaningful life in a self-centered world. “Deeply moving, frequently eloquent and extraordinarily incisive.”—The Washington Post Every so often, you meet people who radiate joy—who seem to know why they were put on this earth, who glow with a kind of inner light. Life, for these people, has often followed what we might think of as a two-mountain shape. They get out of school, they start a career, and they begin climbing the mountain they thought they were meant to climb. Their goals on this first mountain are the ones our culture endorses: to be a success, to make your mark, to experience personal happiness. But when they get to the top of that mountain, something happens. They look around and find the view . . . unsatisfying. They realize: This wasn’t my mountain after all. There’s another, bigger mountain out there that is actually my mountain. And so they embark on a new journey. On the second mountain, life moves from self-centered to other-centered. They want the things that are truly worth wanting, not the things other people tell them to want. They embrace a life of interdependence, not independence. They surrender to a life of commitment. In The Second Mountain, David Brooks explores the four commitments that define a life of meaning and purpose: to a spouse and family, to a vocation, to a philosophy or faith, and to a community. Our personal fulfillment depends on how well we choose and execute these commitments. Brooks looks at a range of people who have lived joyous, committed lives, and who have embraced the necessity and beauty of dependence. He gathers their wisdom on how to choose a partner, how to pick a vocation, how to live out a philosophy, and how we can begin to integrate our commitments into one overriding purpose. In short, this book is meant to help us all lead more meaningful lives. But it’s also a provocative social commentary. We live in a society, Brooks argues, that celebrates freedom, that tells us to be true to ourselves, at the expense of surrendering to a cause, rooting ourselves in a neighborhood, binding ourselves to others by social solidarity and love. We have taken individualism to the extreme—and in the process we have torn the social fabric in a thousand different ways. The path to repair is through making deeper commitments. In The Second Mountain, Brooks shows what can happen when we put commitment-making at the center of our lives.

The Wide Divide

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Author: D. Gonzales
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
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The Wide Divide by D. Gonzales Book Resume:

Most people are not aware of the wide divide that exists between Mormonism and Christianity. Members of the LDS Church are taught not to question the teachings of the church despite the leaders being instructed to manipulate the facts and hide the truth whenever it is deemed useful to do so. The Wide Divide is a comprehensive and chronological study of Mormonism rendered in a holistic rather than a topical approach. It covers the panorama of early Mormon history with a comprehensive analysis of its doctrine. The major premise of the book is, "Are Mormons Christian?" If you are a Mormon, it is very critical that you answer this question correctly before you meet Jesus in eternity. Please do so.

The Great Divide

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Author: Howard Harrison
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
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The Great Divide by Howard Harrison Book Resume:

The Great Divide: Story of the 2016 US Presidential Race takes readers on a tour of one of the most unusual, controversial, and compelling elections in history. It starts in June 2015 when billionaire real estate mogul and reality TV star Donald Trump joins a crowded field of Republican candidates and soon vaults to No. 1 in the polls. It ends with a result that shocks the world. In between, readers will enjoy a play-by-play (or blow-by-blow) account of all the events that made headlines during the campaign. Written in real time, the story captures each event as it occurred, up through the election. You will read about Bernie Sanders reigniting 1960s liberalism, Hillary Clinton’s e-mails, the Supreme Court vacancy, the “Stop Trump” movement, terrorist attacks, rally violence, Muslim bans, Mexican walls, and more. The book also explores the issues that have created such a polarized electorate.

Rocky Mountain Divide

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Author: John B. Wright
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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Rocky Mountain Divide by John B. Wright Book Resume:

The opposing forces of conservation and development have shaped and will continue to shape the natural environment and scenic beauty of the American West. Perhaps nowhere are their opposite effects more visible than in the neighboring states of Colorado and Utah, so alike in their spectacular mountain environments, yet so different in their approaches to land conservation. This study explores why Colorado has over twenty-five land trusts, while Utah has only one. John Wright traces the success of voluntary land conservation in Colorado to the state’s history as a region of secular commerce. As environmental consciousness has grown in Colorado, people there have embraced the businesslike approach of land trusts as simply a new, more responsible way of conducting the real estate business. In Utah, by contrast, Wright finds that Mormon millennialism and the belief that growth equals success have created a public climate opposed to the formation of land trusts. As Wright puts it, "environmentalism seems to thrive in the Centennial state within the spiritual vacuum which is filled by Mormonism in Utah." These findings remind conservationists of the power of underlying cultural values that affect their efforts to preserve private lands.

The Dividing Paths

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Author: Tom Hatley
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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The Dividing Paths by Tom Hatley Book Resume:

Focusing on the American Cherokee people and the South Carolina settlers, this book traces the two cultures and their interactions from 1680, when Charleston was established as the main town in the region, until 1785, when the Cherokees first signed a treaty with the United States. Hatley retrieves the unfamiliar dimensions of a world in which Native Americans were at the center of Southern geopolitics and in which radically different social assumptions about the obligations of power, the place of women, and the use of the land fed the formative cultural psychology of the colonial South. Weaving together firsthand accounts, journals, and letters to give a human reality to the facts of war, politics, and the economy, he pinpoints the revolutionary decade--from the little known but decisive Cherokee war through the Revolution itself--in which both societies struggled over their own identities. Rather than focusing on the Cherokees and Carolinians separately, this book focuses on contacts, encounters, exchanges, intersections: their mutual history. Hatley argues that Cherokee and colonial histories cannot be understood separately--that they are inextricably linked--and that the origins of distinctive features of Native American and colonial ethnicity and seemingly unrelated twists in the political history of each society are rooted in this encounter.

Healing the Divide

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Author: Amos Smith
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
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Healing the Divide by Amos Smith Book Resume:

Healing the Divide is a bold call to understand Jesus according to the earliest lineage of Christian Mystics--a call to transform our dualistic minds and heal a divided Church.This book is a must-read if you find yourselffrustrated by the fundamentalist and new age polarization of twenty-first-century Christianity;bewildered by religious pluralism;searching for Christianity's elusive mystic core.Twenty-first century Christianity is in crisis, careening toward fundamentalism on the one hand and a rootless new age Christianity on the other. Twenty-first century Christianity is also reeling from the maze of religious pluralism. Smith addresses and tempers these extremes by passionately and succinctly revealing Jesus as understood by the Alexandrian mystics. The Alexandrian mystics are the most long standing lineage of early Christian mystics. Their perspective on Jesus celebrates creative tensions, tempers extremes, and reveals Christian mysticism's definitive core.

The Dangerous Divide

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Author: Peter Eichstaedt
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
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The Dangerous Divide by Peter Eichstaedt Book Resume:

“In this provocative and engaging book, Peter Eichstaedt has given us an insightful and fascinating on-the-ground account of how the US-Mexico divide has turned into an increasingly militarized frontier of fear.” —Peter Andreas, author of Smuggle Nation and Border Games Despite tens of thousands of border agents and the expenditure of billions of dollars, an estimated one million Mexicans and Central Americans continue to cross the border each year. These migrants fill jobs that have become the underpinnings of the US economy. Rather than building more and better barricades, argues veteran journalist Peter Eichstaedt, the United States must reform its immigration and drug laws and acknowledge that costly, counterproductive, and antiquated policies have created deadly circumstances on both sides of the border. Recognizing the truth of America’s long and tortured relations with Mexico must be followed by legitimizing the contributions made by migrants to the American way of life. Peter Eichstaedt is a journalist who has reported from locations worldwide, including Afghanistan, Albania, Somalia, the Sudans, Uganda, Kenya, eastern DR Congo, eastern Europe, and the Caucasus. He attended the University of the Americas in Mexico City and lived and worked as a journalist in Santa Fe, New Mexico, for more than 20 years. He worked most recently as the Afghanistan country director for the Institute for War and Peace Reporting in Kabul. He is the author of Above the Din of War, Consuming the Congo, Pirate State, First Kill Your Family, and If You Poison Us. He lives in Denver, Colorado.

Only Death Will Divide

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Author: R.G. Fawcett
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
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Only Death Will Divide by R.G. Fawcett Book Resume:

Peace in the elegant market town of Adley is shattered by a series of gruesome attacks on police officers and Detective Inspector Donald Crossfield and his team are called into action once again to try to stop the trail of bloodshed. When the girfriend of a member of the team becomes the prime suspect the investigation uncovers dark secrets which lead Crossfield and his team into yet more danger and towards horrific revelation of the truth.

Tantra Yoga Secrets

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Author: Mukunda Stiles
Publisher: Weiser Books
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Tantra Yoga Secrets by Mukunda Stiles Book Resume:

The practice of Tantra Yoga is considered to be the highest and most rapid path to enlightenment. Master teacher Mukunda Stiles offers 18 lessons in Tantra Yoga, a practice of transformational self-healing in which we can deepen awareness of our bodies, their energy forces, and the connections to the natural world around you and those you love. While many movements today describe tantra as a sexual practice promising longer and better orgasms, increased stamina, and ecstasy, the real Tantra aims to awaken Kundalini, the dormant potential force in the human personality. The Tantra tradition includes a vast range of practical teachings leading to the expansion of human consciousness and the liberation of primal energy. By heightening their awareness to this connective energy, readers will learn to embrace and develop a higher level of intimacy, the heart of tantra. Stiles explains this intimate and life-changing practice with grace, structure, and clarity--an easy-to-follow Tantra Yoga workshop in book form. Tantra Yoga Secrets will empower readers to overcome emotions, gain new knowledge, and live a more fulfilling spiritual lifestyle.

Crossing the Great Divide

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Author: Rod Moss
Publisher: Wild Dingo Press
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Crossing the Great Divide by Rod Moss Book Resume:

The memoirs and paintings that Rod Moss has produced during the last 35 years are unique in their dramatisation of the lives of his trusting Aboriginal family and have been critically acclaimed nationally and internationally. In his third memoir we follow the nurturing of the curiosity and openness that has fastened him to the luminous power of Central Australia and its First Peoples. From the foothills of Victoria's Dandenong Ranges and his city-based art education, we are taken to the Mallee where he first embraces the climate most conducive to his wellbeing. He returns to the city and is invited to participate in Melbourne's dynamic experimental small school movement. A year is spent in the USA studying the teachings of Armenian philosopher George Gurdjieff in a rural community ‘Shenandoah’ farm setting. Travel widens Moss’ perceptions and continues to pique his curiosity. A trip to a Pilbra Indigenous community opens the door on the Aboriginal world that he will spend the rest of his life coming to terms with. In Crossing the Great Divide, Rod Moss shows the reader through his formative years in 1950s and 1960s Victoria, and through young adulthood in the 1970s. He weaves his experiences together with sensitivity and a painterly eye.

Playing across a Divide

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Author: Benjamin Brinner
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Playing across a Divide by Benjamin Brinner Book Resume:

In the last decade of the twentieth century and on into the twenty-first, Israelis and Palestinians saw the signing of the Oslo Peace Accords, the establishment of the Palestinian Authority, the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, and the escalation of suicide bombings and retaliations in the region. During this tumultuous time, numerous collaborations between Israeli and Palestinian musicians coalesced into a significant musical scene informed by these extremes of hope and despair on both national and personal levels. Following the bands Bustan Abraham and Alei Hazayit from their creation and throughout their careers, as well as the collaborative projects of Israeli artist Yair Dalal, Playing Across a Divide demonstrates the possibility of musical alternatives to violent conflict and hatred in an intensely contested, multicultural environment. These artists' music drew from Western, Middle Eastern, Central Asian, and Afro-diasporic musical practices, bridging differences and finding innovative solutions to the problems inherent in combining disparate musical styles and sources. Creating this new music brought to the forefront the musicians' contrasting assumptions about sound production, melody, rhythm, hybridity, ensemble interaction, and improvisation. Author Benjamin Brinner traces the tightly interconnected field of musicians and the people and institutions that supported them as they and their music circulated within the region and along international circuits. Brinner argues that the linking of Jewish and Arab musicians' networks, the creation of new musical means of expression, and the repeated enactment of culturally productive musical alliances provide a unique model for mutually respectful and beneficial coexistence in a chronically disputed land.

Children of the Divide

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Author: Patrick S. Tomlinson
Publisher: Watkins Media Limited
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Children of the Divide by Patrick S. Tomlinson Book Resume:

No matter how far humanity comes, it can’t escape its own worst impulses, in this far-future science fiction thriller from the author of The Ark. A new generation comes of age eighteen years after humanity arrived on the colony planet Gaia. Now threats from both within and outside their Trident threaten everything they’ve built. The discovery of an alien installation inside Gaia’s moon, terrorist attacks and the kidnap of a man’s daughter stretch the community to breaking point, but only two men stand a chance of solving all three mysteries before the makeshift planetary government shuts everything down. File Under: Science Fiction [ The Last Colony | That’s No Moon | Save Your Child | The Earth is Dead ]

USA and Racial Divide

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Author: Margaret Gray Robinson
Publisher: Covenant Books, Inc.
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USA and Racial Divide by Margaret Gray Robinson Book Resume:

USA and Racial Divide: Lord Heal Me and Heal Our Land addresses racism from the perspective of a sixty-three-year-old African American Christian woman who has struggled with her ability to experience the love of God because of her contradictory reality. The book, though controversial, will benefit all readers because it exposes the true culprit of division whether in races, homes, families, nations or our world. Attention is given to the role of the Body of Christ (church) in this sinister attack of the enemy, and how we are without excuse in continuing justifying its acceptance in our society. "It cannot be done by the marches of the 1960s, but by a spiritual revolution, hearts must change" were the words that were given in answer to a prayer about racism in our nation. Understanding God's original plan for mankind (male and female), understanding who God is and who man is, understanding human behavior, exploring historical facts about our nation and African descendants, recognizing the true enemy of division, understanding that racism is the symptom of a greater spiritual problem that cannot be handled by natural means are all covered in this book. The author reminds the Body of Christ of its role in perpetuating racism and the need for repentance so we can be the light of the world that we are called to be. We have been given the ministry of reconciliation; however, we remain powerless if we behave as the world. Although many are saved, there is a need for spiritual maturity; otherwise, we remain babes in Christ and behave just like the world. "Who his own self bare our sins in his own body on the tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live unto righteousness: by whose stripes ye were healed" 1Pe 2:24

Crossing the Great Divide: Walking with God Through Nature

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Author: Dr. Charles R. Frazier
Publisher: Covenant Books, Inc.
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Crossing the Great Divide: Walking with God Through Nature by Dr. Charles R. Frazier Book Resume:

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Then you will call on me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you. You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart. I will be found by you,” declares the Lord, “and will bring you back from captivity...” (Jeremiah 29:11–14) Walking in the path of darkness, I never looked up to see God’s light. I had put God on the shelf. I was making my way in life. I was gaining notoriety and recognition for my accomplishments. My pride, arrogance, and selfishness were shining in my fleshly success. I was rolling and life was rocking, until one day, God placed a boulder in my path I could not move. In the blink of an eye, I lost my career, and my marriage was coming to an end. My Heavenly Father had stopped my fleshly ways to show me the deep darkness of my soul. He would take the pieces of clay from my brokenness, place me back on His pottery wheel, remold me with His loving hands, and put me through the fire to purify my soul. He would lead me to His place, “The Back Porch,” where He would teach me to meditate, show me visions, give me peace in His quietness, and open my ears to hear His voice. I would listen as He would speak through the pen and I would record His spoken words. Exhausted, tired, and weary, a broken man was being healed through the writings of his Heavenly Father. In this journey, He will use my love for nature to share with me the simple things in life, explain my visions, and gain understanding as we walk through this journey together. God shines His light and speaks to every man and woman. You must take the time to see His light and be still in His presence to hear His voice. Open this book, take a journey with me, and experience how God heals and remolds a broken man. He led me to write this book so you can see how God changed me and experience how God can change you.

Sonnets Walking the Great Divide

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Author: Cecil Welles
Publisher: AuthorHouse
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Sonnets Walking the Great Divide by Cecil Welles Book Resume:

This book represents a sample of the authors thought clarification. Somber, crazy, joyful, or eclectic in subjects, the sonnet format provides a steady bedrock of expression. Some subjects are deep, some barely scratch the surface, some try to resolve a conundrum, and some are a passing whim. All start with a single word or phrase with no end state in mind until the poem is done.

In Spite of the Divide

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Author: Ndu Eke
Publisher: AuthorHouse
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In Spite of the Divide by Ndu Eke Book Resume:

James Okoro was born to a trader, Mr Oke Okoro. Oke Okoro was born in Isoko in Delta State of Konganoga. By this accident of birth, all the progeny of the Okoro family were assigned to be natives of Isoko. The Okoro family lived in Zungera in a different region of the country, Konganoga. In the course of his education, James started from Zungera and studied in Premier University in yet another part of the country. For the prescribed National Service, he was posted to teach in a co-educational government secondary school, Kejigi. There, he met Fatima, a full-time member of staff. James was assigned some of the classes she taught prior to his arrival. Soon, one thing led to more things. Slowly at first and steadily later, the need for further education would set both on a course. In spite of circumstances to the contrary, religion and culture, James and Fatima developed affection for each other. James was admitted to do a Master’s program in Detroit, USA. Before he left for the USA, they introduced themselves to their parents who were oblivious of their mutual affectionate relationship. Eventually, Fatima joined James in Detroit. The two families were persuaded to consent to the desired marital union of James and Fatima. They got married and raised their family in the USA. In spite of the disparate socio-economic realities between Konganoga and the USA, James and Fatima returned home to settle down.