The Phantom Tree

Author: Nicola Cornick
Editor: Harlequin
ISBN: 1488028583
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Browsing an antiques shop in Wiltshire, Alison Bannister stumbles across a delicate old portrait—identified as the doomed Tudor queen, Anne Boleyn. Except Alison knows better. The subject is Mary Seymour, the daughter of Katherine Parr, who was taken to Wolf Hall in 1557 and presumed dead after going missing as a child. And Alison knows this because she, too, lived at Wolf Hall and knew Mary...more than four hundred years ago. The painting of Mary is more than just a beautiful object for Alison—it holds the key to her past life, the unlocking of the mystery surrounding Mary’s disappearance and how Alison can get back to her own time. To when she and Mary were childhood enemies yet shared a pact that now, finally, must be fulfilled, no matter the cost. Bestselling author of House of Shadows Nicola Cornick offers a provocative alternate history of rivals, secrets and danger, set in a time when a woman’s destiny was determined by the politics of men and luck of birth. A spellbinding tale for fans of Kate Morton, Philippa Gregory and Barbara Erskine.

The Phantom Tree

Author: Nicola Cornick
Editor: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 1474057500
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FREE SAMPLE ‘There is much to enjoy in a sumptuous novel that slips between present day and 1557.’ - Sunday Mirror “My name is Mary Seymour and I am the daughter of one queen and the niece of another.”

The Lorn Tree

Author: DG Sandru
Editor: Chivileri Publishing
ISBN: 0983669511
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An experiment in a weird book causes four young Americans, Nathan, Perry, Melissa, and Michelle to appear in an incredibly strange and desolate world. Trees as large as mountains, scattered across the land like oases, support all life, safe from the monsters that patrol the night fog on the ground. Races of people living in medieval societies populate the giant trees. Known as the Lorns in this particular tree, they welcome the four kids into their worlduntil Hellferata, the evil spirit descendent of Medusa, intrudes upon their beloved tree. & ;Full of vivid imagery and unbridled creativity, D. G. Sandru's debut is as a mystical journey of enchantment, courage and the power of friendship. As the kids search for a way home, Hellferata searches for the prophesized mortal superhero she must battle to the death. Suspecting Michelle for this golden-haired superhero, Hellferata sends her son, Dracu Mort, into the Lorn Tree to kill her. Fearful of the evil spirit the Lorns move to expel the four Americans from their tree. Thinking quickly, the kids devise a plan to avoid the monsters roaming the land and travel to the next tree, where it is rumored there may be a path back home. Will their ingenuity, cunning, and courage help them make it to the Cascade Tree and find a way home, or will Hellferata and Dracu Mort mete out their wrath before they can escape?& ;A dramatic and heroic escape into a world full of excitement and danger, Sandru brings to life a beautiful landscape dramatically different than our own yet living from the same heartbeat. Imparting the inspiring message that fear is but a passing foil and love is the true answer, Arboregal: The Lorn Tree is a spiritual quest of hope and friendship that exposes the inherent power we all share. & ;

The Philosophy Of Edmund Husserl

Author: Dorion Cairns
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400750439
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The present volume containing the dissertation of Dorion Cairns is the first part of a comprehensive edition of the philosophical papers of one of the foremost disseminators and interpreters of Husserlian phenomenology in North-America. Based on his intimate knowledge of Husserl’s published writings and unpublished manuscripts and on the many conversations and discussions he had with Husserl and Fink during his stay in Freiburg i. Br. in 1931-1932 Cairns’s dissertation is a comprehensive exposition of the methodological foundations and the concrete phenomenological analyses of Husserl’s transcendental phenomenology.The lucidity and precision of Cairns’s presentation is remarkable and demonstrates the secure grasp he had of Husserl’s philosophical intentions and phenomenological distinctions. Starting from the phenomenological reduction and Husserl’s Idea of Philosophy, Cairns proceeds with a detailed analysis of intentionality and the intentional structures of consciousness. In its scope and in the depth and nuance of its understanding, Cairns’s dissertation belongs beside the writings on Husserl by Levinas and Fink from the same period.

The Phantom Of Greatness

Author: Chi Sun Rhee
Editor: First Edition Design Pub.
ISBN: 162287014X
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Chi Sun Rhee’s work of four volumes, The Phantom of Greatness, is a masterpiece of twentieth century epic fiction. It consists of Book One (The Phantom of Greatness), Book Two (The Way to Greatness), Book Three (The Devastation to Greatness), and Book Four (The Triumph to Greatness). In the latter part of the nineteen century, Japan planned to rule Korea. Takahashi Genji assassinates Korean Queen Min and her royal guards on October 8, 1895. Finally, on August 22, 1910, Korea is annexed to Japan. The Koreans constantly fight against the Japanese rule for their independence. Mija’s father is arrested, tortured, and imprisoned for years. Consequently, he becomes partially disabled. By accident, a Japanese scientific genius Ichiro discovers the Korean girl prodigy Mija, whose dream is to be a great writer. Her gifted talent ignites Ichiro’s love. Fathers of both sides reject their love affair. However, their love continues because there is no national boundary in knowledge and love. Seeing his people’s suffering, Mija’s brother Kwyunsoo attempts to assassinate Japanese Governor General in 1943. All of Mija’s family is arrested by the Japanese police. Byunghong, who has loved Mija since childhood, sends Mija to the Korean Women’s Volunteer Army to save her life with the help of Japanese commander of the military police. In the Philippines, astonishingly Mija meets Ichiro at the Lucban Military Base. They get married. Ichiro helps Mija escape from the camp, killing a Japanese sentinel. In the jungle, Mija saves the Philippine guerilla commander from a Japanese attack and becomes a guerilla member. During the fierce guerilla battle, Mija delivers Ichiro’s baby. Mr. Manuel Roxas rescues Mija from an approaching execution. In Manila, during the bloody fighting, a hand grenade explodes nearby and Ichiro falls to the ground. After the war, Mija leaves to unite with her son and waits to go to her motherland Korea.

The Amputated Memory

Author: Werewere Liking
Editor: The Feminist Press at CUNY
ISBN: 1558618775
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“….An expansive, eclectic, and innovative novel.”—Women's Review of Books A modern-day Things Fall Apart, The Amputated Memory explores the ways in which an African woman’s memory preserves, and strategically forgets, moments in her tumultuous past as well as the cultural past of her country, in the hopes of making a healthier future possible. Pinned between the political ambitions of her philandering father, the colonial and global influences of encroaching and exploitative governments, and the traditions of her Cameroon village, Halla Njokè recalls childhood traumas and reconstructs forgotten experiences to reclaim her sense of self. Winner of the Noma Award—previous honorees include Mamphela Ramphele, Ngugi wa Thiong’o, and Ken Saro-Wiwa—The Amputated Memory was called by the Noma jury “a truly remarkable achievement . . . a deeply felt presentation of the female condition in Africa; and a celebration of women as the country’s memory.”

101 Accessible Vacations

Author: Candy B Harrington
Editor: Demos Medical Publishing
ISBN: 9781935281870
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101 Accessible Vacations: Travel Ideas for Wheelers and Slow Walkers is the first guidebook dedicated exclusively to wheelchair-accessible destinations, lodgings and recreational opportunities. Penned by Candy B. Harrington, the editor of Emerging Horizons, this new title focuses on the vacation planning needs of wheelchair-users and slow walkers. 101 Accessible Vacations contains destination information on over 101 cities, lodging options, national parks, tourist attractions and recreational activities around the country. The book is organized so readers can search for a holiday based on their specific interests or travel styles. Unlike other guidebooks that are organized geographically, 101 Accessible Vacations includes sections ranging from Road Trips and The Great Outdoors to Historic Haunts and Cruisin. And last but not least, there is Candy's Picks, which includes a collection of some of the author's favorite trips, destinations and activities. Candy describes the access of all attractions, lodging options and tourist sights, rather than just stating that something is or isn't accessible. After all, accessibility is in the eye of the beholder; and what may be accessible to one person can be filled with obstacles to someone else. Says Harrington, There's a world of travel choices out there for wheelers and slow walkers. And this book contains many of those choices; along with updated resources, information and access details to make them a reality.

Expedition To The Northland

Author: John Zurn
Editor: Chipmunkapublishing ltd
ISBN: 1849911118
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DescriptionIn this sci-fi fantasy novel, the author tells the story of the Northland, a mystical world in crisis. Once a magical realm of love and service, the inhabitants of this realm have abandoned their sacred heritage and embraced the world of the machine. As their intuitive awareness now fades into memory, selfishness and destruction expand. This descent into the lower mind has also created catastrophic energy surges that have spread throughout the Northland threatening its very existence. Their only hope is Baben, the Cosmic Being, and his fellow expedition members. They must solve the mystery of the magnetic disturbances and save their world. Their quest must rely on Mother World and their own latent abilities if they are to save the Northland and themselves. About the AuthorBecause of his lifelong struggle with a major mental illness, the author has relied on his writing to express frustration and direct his creative intelligence. This essential source of inspiration has helped satisfy his need to express his ideas while sidestepping the recurring traps of delusions and emotional extremes. In conjunction with medications, meditation, and other coping skills, Zurn's writing is now greatly improved, and his art is both thought provoking and entertaining. During the last two years, he has also begun to share his writing and his mental illness experiences in a wide variety of settings. This has been made possible by the help and encouragement he has received from Chipmunka Publishing and NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) of DuPage County, Illinois. John Zurn was born in 1954 and lives with his wife, Donna, in Geneva Illinois. He received an M.A. in English from Western Illinois University in 1982.

The Flight The Phantom Tamanrasset

Author: Simon Weipert
Editor: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3732270955
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Three women, three short stories, three voyages into the unknown: Catherine, a young physicist, is one of the first people to set foot on Mars. In the remoteness of space, she and the rest of the crew are soon caught in a life-threatening situation. Daniela, a teenage dropout, is found unconscious in the forest. Could she possibly be involved in a series of crimes? Susanne, a philosophy student, gets lost in the Sahara along with her expedition team. She witnesses unexplainable events, during which one team member after the other disappears without a trace. Simon Weipert’s short stories are expeditions into unexplored terrain in both a literal and a figurative sense. They are not only thrilling adventure stories in which the reader follows the heroines into fascinating and dangerous landscapes, but also voyages into the characters’ souls. For all three women, their adventure means a profound change in their lives, and in the face of danger all of them are suddenly confronted with emotional conflicts, such as the end of a relationship, a career crisis, or doubts about religion. In a clear and precise language, the author combines three extraordinary adventures which ponder life’s deepest questions.