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Hold The Rope

Author: Jeff J. Neal
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
ISBN: 1614483205
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A pair of evangelical leaders offer sensible, easy-to-follow strategies for sharing the message of God’s love and forgiveness. What if we were truly desperate to get our friends close to Jesus? Called to inspire others toward personal evangelism, Jeff Neal, a former professional football player, world powerlifting champion, and co-founder of Team Impact Ministries, joins forces with senior pastor and motivational speaker Shonn Keels to create this concise, Bible-based guidebook. Its teachings will empower both young and old to “hold the rope” in their daily lives, finding opportunities to guide their friends and loved ones closer to Jesus. With a foreword by Dr. David Uth, Sr. Pastor of First Baptist Church of Orlando, and acclaimed by ministers across the nation, Hold the Rope is a must-read for those seeking to put God first in their lives. “Shonn and Jeff have hit a home run with Hold the Rope. This book is practical, easy to understand, and easy to implement . . . A must-read for all Christians.” —Clay NeSmith, Lead Pastor, Barefoot Church, North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Michael Skyler The Case Of The Wells Fargo Lost Gold

Author: R.A. Rios
Publisher: R. A. Rios
ISBN: 1301322474
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2017 Revision - Michael & Skyler is a story of love and friendship shared between two cousins and their adventure of a lifetime…shared one summer. This wonderful fantasy gives us a glimpse of the trouble two boys can get themselves into before realizing that there in to far.Our tale will have you reeling with laughs as we follow them thru their misadventure. This is an adventure story for those young at heart who love to use there imaginations!Michael is a tender loving soul but he has one huge defining problem. He has no common sense, still he is a lovable guy and you can’t help but want to see what happens next.With his side kick Skyler to keep him out of trouble they still find a way to get themselves into the most precarious situations.They decide that they will become treasure hunters in search of the Sugar Hill Gangs loot “The Wells Fargo’s Lost Gold” it was a large shipment of gold and money taken from a train robbery in the late 1800′s to early 1900′s. What follows is complete mayhem as the boys decide to keep the loot for themselves.This tail has so many twists and turns that you will need to hold on for the ride as Michael and Skyler take you on an adventure that will have you laughing until you cry.

Lost In The Meritocracy

Author: Walter Kirn
Publisher: Anchor
ISBN: 0385529260
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A New York Times Notable Book A Daily Beast Best Book of the Year A Huffington Post Best Book of the Year From elementary school on, Walter Kirn knew how to stay at the top of his class: He clapped erasers, memorized answer keys, and parroted his teachers’ pet theories. But when he launched himself eastward to an Ivy League university, Kirn discovered that the temple of higher learning he had expected was instead just another arena for more gamesmanship, snobbery, and social climbing. In this whip-smart memoir of kissing-up, cramming, and competition, Lost in the Meritocracy reckons the costs of an educational system where the point is simply to keep accumulating points and never to look back—or within. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Secret Of The Lost Pharaoh

Author: Carolyn Arnold
Publisher: Hibbert & Stiles Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 198835367X
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“An exciting, action-packed, edge-of-your-seat adventure that constantly has us in suspense... Arnold has written an amazing story, describing everything in detail, giving us a complete picture of Egypt dig sties, heat, desert, underground tombs, mummies, tunnels, snakes, and all kinds of long lost treasures. I loved Matthew, Alex, Robyn and Cal, and the villains in the story were very well done. I look forward to more from the Matthew Connor Adventure series. Carolyn Arnold has created another winner.” –The Reading Café Readers will need to hold on to their hats for this follow-up to City of Gold, which reviewers described as “a fast-paced action adventure” that is “akin to an Indiana Jones story set in modern times.” Now, the second in the series promises to bring much of the same excitement! Join archaeologist and adventurer Matthew Connor and his friends as they go after the Emerald Tablets to save the world in The Secret of the Lost Pharaoh. In Egypt’s Western Desert lies the tomb of an unnamed pharaoh that hides a secret so powerful, it could destroy the world as we know it. Archaeologist and adventurer Matthew Connor has made a career of finding legends the world has all but forgotten. Though there’s one in particular that has fascinated him for years—the Emerald Tablets. Myth says that they possess the knowledge of the universe, allowing humankind to traverse Heaven and Earth, and have the power to bestow wealth and wisdom upon whoever possesses them. But if they fall into evil hands, it could cause a global disaster. So when a former colleague stumbles across an ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic map that promises to lead to a pharaoh’s tomb and the Emerald Tablets, there’s no way he’s turning down her invitation to join the dig. He only has one stipulation: his best friends Robyn Garcia and Cal Myers come with him. The road ahead isn’t going to be an easy one, and their shared dream of recovering the Emerald Tablets is being crushed at every turn. And just when they think it’s all over, they learn there are a few clues they have overlooked. But they’re no longer the only ones searching for the Tablets. Now, the fate of the world hangs in the balance, and soon they’ll find out that when it comes to hunting legends, they can’t trust anyone.

Still Life In Harlem

Author: Eddy L. Harris
Publisher: Holt Paperbacks
ISBN: 1466885726
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A New York Times Notable Book A deeply affecting memoir, Still Life in Harlem is Eddy L. Harris's insightful look at a neighborhood - both real and metaphorical. He reveals the magic of Harlem, as it becomes home and spirit in his masterful hands. Through his keen perceptions we enter the images and passions Harlem has always conjured, coming to understand its significance to those who live there and to those who only yearn to come to it. Unforgettably moving, this book chronicles how the world we know as Harlem came to be - from its pastoral days as a New York suburb to its days as the mecca of the black universe to its decline into a symbol of urban despair. Harris is torn over what this community has become and remorseful for having abandoned it. Lured back by Harlem's enchanting whispers in the ear of his imaginings, he returns in reverie. With amazing emotional depth and candor, he explores issues of identity through Harlem's sturdy people - folks with eyes dimmed from too few chances and with life worries burdensome enough to bend backs. He also examines his taut relationship with his father, juxtaposing a generation that aspired to do everything in its power to ensure that their sons and daughters would enjoy a better life against a recent generation cornered by resignation and surrender. Through it all, in what can be seen as only a stretch toward grace, Harris discovers his need for Harlem and Harlem's need for him, locating the life in this rich community that still harbors the embers of hope.

Touching The Void

Author: Joe Simpson
Publisher: Direct Authors
ISBN: 0957519303
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The 25th Anniversary ebook, now with more than 50 images. 'Touching the Void' is the tale of two mountaineer’s harrowing ordeal in the Peruvian Andes. In the summer of 1985, two young, headstrong mountaineers set off to conquer an unclimbed route. They had triumphantly reached the summit, when a horrific accident mid-descent forced one friend to leave another for dead. Ambition, morality, fear and camaraderie are explored in this electronic edition of the mountaineering classic, with never before seen colour photographs taken during the trip itself.

Boy Lost

Author: Kristina Olsson
Publisher: Univ. of Queensland Press
ISBN: 0702248932
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Kristina Olsson’s mother lost her infant son, Peter, when he was snatched from her arms at a train station in the hot summer of 1950. She was young and frightened, trying to escape a brutal marriage, and in no way prepared for this final blow. Yvonne would not see her son again for nearly 40 years. Kristina was the first child of her mother’s subsequent marriage and, like her siblings, grew up unaware of the reasons behind her mother’s sorrow, though Peter’s absence resounded through the family. Yvonne dreamt of her son by day and by night, while Peter grew up a thousand miles away, dreaming of his missing mother. The family memoir Boy, Lost tells how their lives proceeded from that shattering moment, the grief and shame that stalked them, what they lost and what they salvaged. It is the story of a family, the cascade of grief and guilt through generations, and the endurance of memory and faith.

The Lost Wife

Author: Alyson Richman
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101552549
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A rapturous novel of star-crossed love in a time of war—from the international bestselling author of The Velvet Hours. In pre-World War II Prague, the dreams of two young lovers are shattered when they are separated by the Nazi invasion. Then, decades later, thousands of miles away in New York, an unexpected encounter leads to an inescapable glance of recognition, and the realization that providence has given Lenka and Josef one more chance... From the glamorous ease of life in Prague before the Occupation, to the horrors of Nazi Europe, The Lost Wife explores the power of first love, the resilience of the human spirit—and the strength of memory. “Staggeringly evocative, romantic, heart-rending, sensual and beautifully written...[it] may very well be the Sophie's Choice of this generation.”—New York Times bestselling author John Lescroart

End Of The Rope

Author: Jan Redford
Publisher: Counterpoint Press
ISBN: 1640090312
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"Cheryl Strayed, move over: End of the Rope is a rambunctious, funny, heartstopping memoir that carries us along on an electric current of risk and courage." —Marni Jackson, Mountain and Wilderness Writing Program, Banff Centre, and author of The Mother Zone In this funny and gritty debut memoir, Jan Redford grows from a nomadic rock climber to a mother who fights to win back her future. As a teenager, in a fit of rage toward her father, Jan pits herself against a steep rock face near their cottage. At the top, fired up by the victory, she sets her sights on the improbable dream of climbing mountains. By age twenty, she’s a nomadic climber with a magnetic attraction to misadventures and the wrong men. Jan finally finds the love of her life, an affable Banff climber. When he is killed in an avalanche in Alaska, a grieving Jan finds comfort in the arms of another extreme alpinist. Before long, they are married, with a baby on the way. While her husband works as a logger and climbs distant peaks, Jan tackles the traditional role of wife and mother. But soon she pursues her own dream, one that pits her against her husband. End of the Rope is Jan’s telling of heart-stopping adventures, from being rescued off El Capitan to leading a group of bumbling cadets across a glacier. It is her laughter-filled memoir of learning to climb, and of friendships with women in that masculine world. Most moving, this is the story of her struggle to make her own way in the mountains and in life. To lead, not follow.