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The Harvest Young Bound By Fate

Author: M. A. Church
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781973127178
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Half human and half Tah'Narian, Szin doesn't fit with either race. His appearance is mainly human, but he's able to have a young. Unfortunately, that's his only Tah'Narian characteristic. He's smaller and weaker than other young.Szin's eighteenth birthday has passed and time's running out. He has to stop his childhood friend, Takeo, from making the worst mistake of his life: claiming Szin as a mate. Takeo deserves an equal who's as fierce as he is, something Szin most certainly is not. Since before Takeo was born, he's known Szin was his. Nothing and no one, not even Szin, is going to stand in the way of claiming his mate. He understands Szin feels he isn't good enough, and he'll do anything to convince Szin otherwise. Including taking drastic measures to ensure his mate listens. Takeo is the ultimate blend of human, Tah'Narian, and Onfrevian DNA. He's pure predator, and his sights are set on his mate.

Dragon S Hoard

Author: M.A. Church
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
ISBN: 1635338808
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When ancient dragon Warwick collects on a debt, he gets omega werewolf Avery to do with as he pleases. Warwick knows his race’s fearsome reputation, but he’d do anything to safeguard his innocent mate.

The Book Of Jonas

Author: Stephen Dau
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 110156105X
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An exceptional debut novel about a young Muslim war orphan whose family is killed in a military operation gone wrong, and the American soldier to whom his fate, and survival, is bound. Jonas is fifteen when his family is killed during an errant U.S. military operation in an unnamed Muslim country. With the help of an international relief organization, he is sent to America, where he struggles to assimilate-foster family, school, a first love. Eventually, he tells a court-mandated counselor and therapist about a U.S. soldier, Christopher Henderson, responsible for saving his life on the tragic night in question. Christopher's mother, Rose, has dedicated her life to finding out what really happened to her son, who disappeared after the raid in which Jonas' village was destroyed. When Jonas meets Rose, a shocking and painful secret gradually surfaces from the past, and builds to a shattering conclusion that haunts long after the final page. Told in spare, evocative prose, The Book of Jonas is about memory, about the terrible choices made during war, and about what happens when foreign disaster appears at our own doorstep. It is a rare and virtuosic novel from an exciting new writer to watch.

The Harvest Of Sorrow

Author: Robert Conquest
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195051803
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A reconstruction of the causes, circumstances, and consequences of Stalin's forced collectivization of Soviet agriculture details the fate of villages and individuals

Forever Flowing

Author: Vasiliĭ Semenovich Grossman
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
ISBN: 9780810115033
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The novel tells the story of Ivan Grigoryevich, who has returned to Russia after thirty years in the Gulag. After short and unsatisfying visits to familiar places and persons in Moscow and Leningrad, the hero settles in a southern provincial town where he briefly establishes a new life with a war widow. Ivan Grigoryevich eventually returns to his boyhood home on the Black Sea, where he is finally able to come to terms with the inhumanity of the new Russian regime.

Evan S Alphas

Author: D. J. Heart
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781521426456
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Having decided to make omega rights activism his new career, Chad jumps in head first... though not everyone appreciates his efforts.***"Who is your alpha?" Peter asks, walking closer. Chad takes an involuntary step back, Peter's word infused with the full authority of his dominance. It feels like he can't breathe. "You are," Chad says, forcing the words out. Peter grins, proud and possessive. "And are you going to be good for your alpha?"Peter grabs Chad's chin, tilting his head up, squeezing Chad's cheeks as they stand chest to chest. Chad tries to nod, too overcome to speak, but Peter's hold on his chin prevents it. "Yes, alpha," he says, the words coming out like a moan. "Good boy." Chad closes his eyes, surrendering to Peter's control. It feels amazing, like he can finally let go and relax. Peter will catch him no matter how hard he falls...

Darjeeling

Author: Jeff Koehler
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1620405148
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Darjeeling's tea bushes run across a mythical landscape steeped with the religious, the sacred, and the picturesque. Planted at high elevation in the heart of the Eastern Himalayas, in an area of northern India bound by Nepal to the west, Bhutan to the east, and Sikkim to the north, the linear rows of brilliant green, waist-high shrubs that coat the steep slopes and valleys around this Victorian "hill town?? produce only a fraction of the world's tea, and less than one percent of India's total. Yet the tea from that limited crop, with its characteristic bright, amber-colored brew and muscatel flavors - delicate and flowery, hinting of apricots and peaches - is generally considered the best in the world. This is the story of how Darjeeling tea began, was key to the largest tea industry on the globe under Imperial British rule, and came to produce the highest-quality tea leaves anywhere in the world. It is a story rich in history, intrigue and empire, full of adventurers and unlikely successes in culture, mythology and religions, ecology and terroir, all set with a backdrop of the looming Himalayas and drenching monsoons. The story is ripe with the imprint of the Raj as well as the contemporary clout of "voodoo farmers?? getting world record prices for their fine teas - and all of it beginning with one of the most audacious acts of corporate smuggling in history. But it is also the story of how the industry spiraled into decline by the end of the twentieth century, and how this edenic spot in the high Himalayas seethes with union unrest and a violent independence struggle. It is also a front-line fight against the devastating effects of climate change and decades of harming farming practices, a fight that is being fought in some tea gardens - and, astonishingly, won - using radical methods. Jeff Koehler has written a fascinating chronicle of India and its most sought-after tea. Blending history, politics, and reportage together, along with a collection of recipes that tea-drinkers will love, Darjeeling is an indispensable volume for fans of micro-history and tea fanatics.

Dr J

Author: Julius Erving
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062188038
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With startling honesty and an unmistakable voice, Dr. J is a historic self-portrait of an American legend, Julius "The Doctor" Erving. With his flights of improvisation around the basket and his towering afro, Julius Erving became one of the most charismatic (and revolutionary) players basketball has ever known. But while the public has long revered this cultural icon, few have ever known of the double life of Julius Erving. Dr. J traces the inner lives of the nearly perfect player and the imperfect man—and how he has come to terms with both.

Carved In Flesh

Author: Angelia Sparrow
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ISBN: 9781937058784
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People often say that the true perfection in the human form is in its imperfections. Scars are visceral reminders of a person's past, a sign of an event that can never fade. Whether it was gained in combat, a traumatic experience, or part of a ritual with a lover, scars are the ultimate labels. They leave a permanent mark on the body and spirit that, one way or another, change a person forever. Veld is an Elf who has known for years that his mute friend Oren is spoken for; the design of scars spanning Oren's torso reminds him with every look. When Oren's vowed, Haram, is killed, Veld must not only help to prove his own innocence, but also tread carefully as he discovers "Oren's Right" and Haram's last request. Next, "Tiocfaidh Ar La"-"our day will come"-was the cry in Joe Colson's heart, even as he fled his beloved Ireland to hide from his sins in the States. He'd assumed his chances for love were long past when a much younger man rekindles something in him he'd thought long dead. A near-fatal car accident leaves superstar model Ashley's face permanently scarred and his career into a tailspin. Only his lover, Will, can pull him out of his depression, provided his affection hasn't turned to "Faded Love." Young Timothy has come to Larry for "Scar Therapy." But Tim is seeking healing of a different kind, and Larry finds that he has his own wounds that need tending. Garvin's scars are a "Gift of the Goddess," seared into his skin as a beacon to find his kidnapped love, Nyle. Rescuing him, though, may entail a deeper wound than even the Goddess would bestow. Finally, when Kanovan returns from his off-world tour, his lover Mirin finds a lover's mark he hadn't expected. Mirin must re-evaluate how much Kanovan means to him, and what he must do to make Kanovan always "Sojourn Home" to him.

House Made Of Dawn

Author: N. Scott Momaday
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9780062121530
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The magnificent Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of a stranger in his native land A young Native American, Abel has come home from a foreign war to find himself caught between two worlds. The first is the world of his father's, wedding him to the rhythm of the seasons, the harsh beauty of the land, and the ancient rites and traditions of his people. But the other world -- modern, industrial America -- pulls at Abel, demanding his loyalty, claiming his soul, goading him into a destructive, compulsive cycle of dissipation and disgust. And the young man, torn in two, descends into hell.