Alien Game Changer

Author: Mary Anna Barr
Editor: Mary Barr
ISBN: 9780989523127
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Non-fiction interviews with beings from Zeta Reticuli through a client in deep hypnosis.

Game Changer Reality Benders Book 3 Litrpg Series

Author: Michael Atamanov
Editor: Magic Dome Books
ISBN: 8088295858
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A war has broken out in the Galaxy! The great spacefaring races are all entangled in the fight and, even at the very edge of the known Universe, humanity can hear the echoes of its distant bloody battles. Our suzerains and defenders the Geckho are also caught up in this all-encompassing conflict. Is that a good thing for humanity or not? The answer is up for debate. On the one hand, the Geckho will no longer take the trouble to defend a planet inhabited by people, which is worrying. But on the other, might humanity have the chance to make a name for themselves and take a more active role in interstellar politics? Gnat is with the Shiamiru crew on the front lines. He’s just changed class to Listener and his friends find themselves right in the thick of this grand interstellar war...

Invasive Species And Global Climate Change

Author: Lewis H. Ziska
Editor: CABI
ISBN: 1780641648
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This book examines what will happen to global invasive species, including plants, animals and pathogens with current and expected man-made climate change. The effects on distribution, success, spread and impact of invasive species are considered for a series of case studies from a number of countries. This book will be of great value to researchers, policymakers and industry in responding to changing management needs.

Game Changer

Author: Erhabor Ighodaro, OhD
Editor: Dorrance Publishing
ISBN: 1480975052
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Game Changer By: Erhabor Ighodaro Life is a game and we all are players. Some may be unaware of their role in the game and may in fact be oblivious to the game being played. You are either a player or you are been played. There is no room for spectators in a platform that is made for conquest. The terrain is fierce, brutal and unforgiving. But it is still a game and only those who understand the rules can get in the game, stay in the game and be on top of the game. Game Changer is a body of work that chronicles the major themes in the life of the author, a first generation immigrant and the first Nigerian American to be elected into political office in South Florida. A must read, the book provides an introspection for others to gain access to a catalogue of perspectives, strategies and tactics that allows a perennial underdog to win a record breaking election and successfully compete in ‘the game’ of American politics. Drawing inspirations from scripture, the world of competitive sports and his background as a star athlete, the author skillfully presents strategies and tactics for dealing with some of life’s most pressing challenges. Game Changer is a book about winning in spite of the odds. If you want to win, even when others (friends, family and so-called experts) count you out or attempt to thwart your best efforts, learn the rules of the game and use these proven strategies to transform the game. Be a game changer! In the book: • Get the 7 rules of the game • Know how to exploit your home court advantage • Learn how to get what you want without sacrificing your values • Study the octopus complex and transform any personal handicap into an advantage

The Game Changer A Simple System For Improving Your Bowling Scores

Author: Mark Baker
Editor: Wheatmark, Inc.
ISBN: 1604947756
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Alien Thinking

Author: Cyril Bouquet
Editor: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0241482011
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'Stuck in innovation stagnation? Read this brilliant book, and you'll break free from it' Rolf Dobelli, author of the million-copy bestseller The Art of Thinking Clearly How did a balloonist circumnavigate the earth without fuel? How did an inventor design a device that creates electrical power from human footsteps? How did the WHO figure out how to treat and reduce the transmission of Ebola? They all used ALIEN THINKING. ________________ For over a decade, innovation experts Cyril Bouquet, Jean-Louis Barsoux and Michael Wade have studied individuals around the world who have made leaps of creative genius. Their research shows that they are five patterns of thinking that distinguish true innovators from the rest of us. These five patterns are marked by a flexibility and a freshness of approach that transcends conventional problem-solving: - Attention - Levitation - Imagination - Experimentation - Navigation Alien thinkers know how to free their imagination and detect hard-to-observe patterns. They practice deliberate ways to retreat from the world in order to see the big picture underlying a problem. And they prototype ideas in systematic ways to reflect feedback and the constraints of reality. Alien Thinking will help you innovate better and develop world-changing ideas of your own. ________________ 'A sharp critique of the conventional wisdom around innovation with thought-provoking advice for how to do it better' Jake Knaap, New York Times-bestselling author 'Compelling insights and powerful illustrations to enhance the innovation process' Alex Osterwalder, author of the two-million copy bestseller Business Model Generation

Personal Computing

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Game Changer

Author: Doug Nancarrow
Editor: HarperCollins Australia
ISBN: 1460704894
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The biography of one of Australia's most fascinating and enigmatic business leaders, John Borghetti From mail boy to CEO - the trajectory of John Borghetti's career seemed set for a corporate fairy-tale ending ... until it nearly wasn't. After 36 years at Qantas, Borghetti was passed over for the top job and found himself having to start again. He hesitated before signing on with Virgin, the looming rival for Qantas's market-share - but it was here that he would get the chance to run an airline exactly the way he envisaged. What followed is one of the most extraordinary stories of corporate transformation and redemption. GAME CHANGER is at once the record of how one man revolutionised the airline scene in Australia, and a universal business story of how, with vision, teamwork, passion and dedication, a company can reinvent itself to challenge the status quo, and even to take on a monopoly. This biography of one of Australia's most fascinating and enigmatic business leaders begins with Borghetti's arrival at Essendon Airport as a migrant boy of seven with his family and just two suitcases, and takes you into the very heart of Australia's boardrooms.

Existence

Author: David Brin
Editor: Macmillan
ISBN: 1429946962
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Bestselling, award-winning futurist David Brin returns to globe-spanning, high concept SF with Existence. Gerald Livingston is an orbital garbage collector. For a hundred years, people have been abandoning things in space, and someone has to clean it up. But there's something spinning a little bit higher than he expects, something that isn't on the decades' old orbital maps. An hour after he grabs it and brings it in, rumors fill Earth's infomesh about an "alien artifact." Thrown into the maelstrom of worldwide shared experience, the Artifact is a game-changer. A message in a bottle; an alien capsule that wants to communicate. The world reacts as humans always do: with fear and hope and selfishness and love and violence. And insatiable curiosity. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Gamechanger

Author: L. X. Beckett
Editor: Tor Books
ISBN: 1250165245
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Neuromancer meets Star Trek in Gamechanger, a fantastic new book from award-winning author L. X. Beckett. First there was the Setback. Then came the Clawback. Now we thrive. Rubi Whiting is a member of the Bounceback Generation. The first to be raised free of the troubles of the late twenty-first century. Now she works as a public defender to help troubled individuals with anti-social behavior. That’s how she met Luciano Pox. Luce is a firebrand and has made a name for himself as a naysayer. But there’s more to him than being a lightning rod for controversy. Rubi has to find out why the governments of the world want to bring Luce into custody, and why Luce is hell bent on stopping the recovery of the planet. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Between Earth And Arcturus

Author: James Prescott
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ISBN: 9780615894577
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Between Earth and Arcturus is a 28th century adventure following Commander Jose Aguire of the Exploration Corps, and Lynda Stokes, an heiress who has a bad temper and superhuman strength, as their Captain's mind slowly becomes unhinged. The Earth government has been taken over by a ruthless, evil power, and the Captain conspires to start a rebellion. The one thing nobody counted on was running into an alien civilization, which becomes a game-changer, and further pushes the captain's sanity towards the brink. The alien king needs contact with Earth, but the political opposition in the alien government will stop at nothing to ruin his plans and take control. Commander Aguire and Lynda Stokes are the last hope for both the aliens and the suffering people of Earth.

Geek Monthly

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The Hollywood Reporter

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Adweek

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Metal Angels Part Three

Author: D K Girl
Editor: Danielle K Girl
ISBN: 1732536805
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Everyone makes mistakes. But would yours bring on the end of days? The media call Blake Beckworth a bio-engineering genius. A game changer. But she had no idea exactly what that game entailed when Tamas Cressly, owner of the Facility, brought her into his inner circle. Now the Four, the mighty war-bringers Blake and the aliens have created, are throwing cities into chaos. People are dying. And the guilt is tearing Blake apart. Breaking down the brilliant mind that helped unleash the Four on the world. Her sister Kira could well be dead. And Azrael, Blake's finest creation, is in the hands of Tamas and the aliens who seek to destroy him. The goddess Ereshkigal grows ever closer to Her ultimate goal: chaining Her destructive sister Inanna to the human world. To stop Her, Blake and Kira Beckworth will need to decide how much of themselves they are willing to lose. Metal Angels is a FOUR part SERIAL. Each book continues on from the last and these are not standalone books. **NOTE** These books contain explicit language and sex scenes. If you don't like it hot, best to get out of this kitchen.

Alien Theory

Author: Patricia Monk
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From the early days of pulp magazines to contemporary works of science fiction, the subject of the alien has been a fertile and enduring-if not also the most vital-element of the genre. In Alien Theory, author Patricia Monk asserts that the creation of the alien in short fiction contributes substantially to humanity's understanding of its present status and future potential in the universe. By employing a Jungian and archetypal approach to these stories, Monk attempts to direct the attention of readers to the significance of the vast body of imaginative fiction about the alien, arguing that studying the alien will reveal why this archetype is necessary in the development of humanity's understanding of its own intrinsic nature as a sapient being. When a science fiction writer writes about aliens, Monk asserts, he or she is saying something that can-and should-be taken seriously by readers. Furthermore, it is being expressed in a particular story-telling mode that deserves to be treated with respect. By discussing the creation of the form of the science-fictional alien, its psyche and the context in which aliens and humans interact, Monk brings into focus a topic that has not been given the rightful discussion it deserves. In addition to examining the alien in the science fiction short story, novella, and novelette, Monk evaluates its role in pre-postmodernist and postmodernist criticism and theory. The author also draws on relevant writings by editors, writers, and fans-including editorial letter columns and reviews-to place the stories in the context of science fiction. By drawing on all of these sources, Alien Theory brings into focus a topic that will be of interest not only to academics and students, but also to the general reader.

New York

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Children S Literature Review

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Dead Reckoning

Author: Dick Lehr
Editor: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062448528
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The definitive and dramatic account of what became known as "Operation Vengeance" -- the targeted kill by U.S. fighter pilots of Japan's larger-than-life military icon, Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, the naval genius who had devised the devastating attack on Pearl Harbor. “AIR RAID, PEARL HARBOR. THIS IS NO DRILL.” At 7:58 a.m. on December 7, 1941, an officer at the Ford Island Command Center typed what would become one of the most famous radio dispatches in history, as the Japanese navy launched a surprise aerial assault on U.S. bases on Hawaii. In a little over two hours, more than 2,400 Americans were dead, propelling the U.S.’s entry into World War II. Dead Reckoning is the epic true story of the high-stakes operation undertaken sixteen months later to avenge that deadly strike – a longshot mission hatched hastily at the U.S. base on Guadalcanal. Expertly crafting this "hunt for Bin Laden"-style WWII story, New York Times bestselling author Dick Lehr recreates the tension-filled events leading up to the climactic clash in the South Pacific skies – frontline moments loaded with xenophobia, spycraft, sacrifice and broken hearts. Lehr goes behind the scenes at Station Hypo on Hawaii, where U.S. Navy code breakers first discovered exactly where and when to find Admiral Yamamoto, on April 18, 1943, and then chronicles in dramatic detail the nerve-wracking mission to kill him. He focuses on Army Air Force Major John W. Mitchell, the ace fighter pilot from the tiny hamlet of Enid, Mississippi who was tasked with conceiving a flight route, literally to the second, for the only U.S. fighter plane on Guadalcanal capable of reaching Yamamoto hundreds of miles away – the new twin-engine P-38 Lightning with its fabled “cone of fire.” Given unprecedented access to Mitchell’s personal papers and hundreds of private letters, Lehr reveals for the first time the full story of Mitchell’s wartime exploits up to the face-off with Yamamoto, along with those of key American pilots Mitchell chose for the momentous mission: Rex Barber, Thomas Lanphier Jr., Besby Holmes, and Ray Hine. The spotlight also shines on their enemy target –Admiral Yamamoto, the enigmatic, charismatic commander in chief of Japan’s Combined Fleet, whose complicated feelings about the U.S.—he studied at Harvard—add rich complexity. In this way Dead Reckoning offers at once a fast-paced recounting of a crucial turning point in the Pacific war and keenly drawn portraits of its two main protagonists: Isoroku Yamamoto, the architect of Pearl Harbor, and John Mitchell, the architect of the Yamamoto’s demise. Dead Reckoning features black-and-white photos throughout.