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The 4400 Welcome To Promise City

Author: Greg Cox
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416565507
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Based on the hit USA Network series The 4400, an original novel about a group of 4400 people taken out of their time and returned to the present day with special powers, only no one, including them, is sure if they are a force for good...or for evil. Over nine thousand people were killed in Seattle, when promicin was unleashed within the city limits. Now the Federal government has to decide how to deal with citizens who have powers and abilities that cannot be legislated. An uneasy truce has arisen between Jordan Collier, the self-styled leader of The 4400, and the Federal government. While he stopped more people from being killed, Collier was the one responsible for unleashing promicin on the world. Now governments around the world have to wonder just who controls these powerful people and just what are Collier and The 4400 going to do next?

4400 Promises Broken

Author: David Mack
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439160651
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4400 taken, 4400 returned. All were given startling new abilities. Now, if you are willing to risk it all, you too can be extraordinary. Is this what the future intended to ensure the survival of the human race? Promicin -- which kills half of those who dare to inject it and grants paranormal abilities to those who survive -- is spreading across the globe and threatening to plunge the entire world into chaos. One year has passed since Jordan Collier and his followers seized control of Seattle and renamed it Promise City. U.S. armed forces have surrounded Seattle, and each day brings Collier and his Promicin-Positive Movement closer to all-out war with the world's greatest military superpower. However, the real threats are the Marked -- agents from the future whose identities are encoded into body-hijacking nanites. They were sent back to thwart the efforts of the 4400. The last three surviving Marked lurk in the shadows, working in secret as they prepare to deliver a deathblow to the planet. Caught in the crossfire are NTAC agents Tom Baldwin and Diana Skouris. His son, Kyle, and her thirteen-year-old adopted daughter, Maia, are both more loyal to Jordan's movement than to them. And when the standoff between Collier and the U.S. military explodes into open conflict, Tom, Diana, and fellow agents wind up outnumbered and outgunned. In the end, the fate of all mankind will rest in the hands of one man: Tom Baldwin.

Directory Of Rare Book And Special Collections In The Uk And Republic Of Ireland

Author: Karen Attar
Publisher: Facet Publishing
ISBN: 1783300167
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This directory is a handy on-volume discovery tool that will allow readers to locate rare book and special collections in the British Isles. Fully updated since the second edition was published in 1997. this comprehensive and up-to-date guide encompasses collections held in libraries, archives, museums and private hands. The Directory: Provides a national overview of rare book and special collections for those interested in seeing quickly and easily what a library holds Directs researchers to the libraries most relevant for their research Assists libraries considering acquiring new special collections to assess the value of such collections beyond the institution,showing how they fit into a ‘unique and distinctive’ model. Each entry in the Directory provides background information on the library and its purpose, full contact details, the quantity of early printed books, information about particular subject and language strengths, information about unique works and important acquisitions, descriptions of named special collections and deposited collections. Readership: Researchers, academic liaison librarians and library managers.

The Book That Changed Europe

Author: Lynn Avery Hunt
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674049284
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Two French Protestant refugees in eighteenth-century Amsterdam gave the world an extraordinary work that intrigued and outraged readers across Europe. In this captivating account, Lynn Hunt, Margaret Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt take us to the vibrant Dutch Republic and its flourishing book trade to explore the work that sowed the radical idea that religions could be considered on equal terms. Famed engraver Bernard Picart and author and publisher Jean Frederic Bernard produced The Religious Ceremonies and Customs of All the Peoples of the World, which appeared in the first of seven folio volumes in 1723. They put religion in comparative perspective, offering images and analysis of Jews, Catholics, Muslims, the peoples of the Orient and the Americas, Protestants, deists, freemasons, and assorted sects. Despite condemnation by the Catholic Church, the work was a resounding success. For the next century it was copied or adapted, but without the context of its original radicalism and its debt to clandestine literature, English deists, and the philosophy of Spinoza. Ceremonies and Customs prepared the ground for religious toleration amid seemingly unending religious conflict, and demonstrated the impact of the global on Western consciousness. In this beautifully illustrated book, Hunt, Jacob, and Mijnhardt cast new light on the profound insight found in one book as it shaped the development of a modern, secular understanding of religion.

Le Cabinet Du Curieux

Author: Witold Konstanty Pietrzak
Publisher: Editions Classiques Garnier
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Dédié à Jean-Paul Pittion, cet ouvrage représente la uarietas de ses travaux consacrés à la littérature et ses relations avec la sociologie, la philosophie et la médecine; les témoignages anciens de l'intérêt suscité par la condition physique de l'homme; l'histoire du livre et l'histoire du protestantisme.

Financial Accounting

Author: Carl Warren
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1337515507
Size: 32.63 MB
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Gain a solid foundation in financial accounting to ensure you are prepared for future business courses and the real world with Warren/Reeve/Duchac’s market-leading FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING, 15E. This edition helps you connect concepts to the bigger picture with features such as the new chapter opening schema that allows you to see how each chapter’s specific content fits within the overall framework of the book. A focus on why accounting is important to business and a prosperous society is reinforced throughout with Business Connection features that illustrate how the concept is used in the real world. In addition, the Warren/Reeve/Duchac hallmark accounting cycle coverage provides unmatched foundation so you are prepared to succeed in later chapters. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.