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The Devil Came To Town And The Angels Followed

Author : Bonney Hogue Patterson
ISBN : 9781631350160
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Survivors of the Joplin, Missouri tornado tell many stories in this book: of running for their lives, children torn from their mothers' arms, and being swept into the funnel of the hellish EF-5 tornado that on May 22, 2011, killed 158 people. In the wreckage of the nearby hospital, doctors and nurses worked by flashlight to save lives. Yet the historic tornado has another story, untold until now. Young survivors of the wrath of this monster storm, none over the age of twelve, began telling parents and teachers about the bright winged beings – or "butterfly people" – who shielded them as the massive tornado passed over them. Could it be that when the devil came to Joplin, the angels came too?
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

A Devil Comes To Town

Author : Paolo Maurensig
ISBN : 1642860131
Genre : Fiction
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Wild rabies runs rampant through the woods. The foxes are gaining ground, boldly making their way into the village. In Dichtersruhe, an insular yet charming haven stifled by the Swiss mountains, these omens go unnoticed by all but the new parish priest. The residents have other things on their mind: Literature. Everyone's a writer--the nights are alive with reworked manuscripts. So when the devil turns up in a black car claiming to be a hot-shot publisher, unsatisfied authorial desires are unleashed and the village's former harmony is shattered. Taut with foreboding and Gothic suspense, Paolo Maurensig gives us a refined and engaging literary parable on narcissism, vainglory, and our inextinguishable thirst for stories.
Category: Fiction

The Cin Goes To Town

Author : Richard Abel
ISBN : 9780520079366
Genre : Performing Arts
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00 This updated edition of Richard Abel's magisterial history of French cinema between 1896 and 1914 is based on extensive investigation of rare archival films and documents. This updated edition of Richard Abel's magisterial history of French cinema between 1896 and 1914 is based on extensive investigation of rare archival films and documents.
Category: Performing Arts

If Billy Sunday Comes To Town Delusion As A Religious Experience

Author : Cor Arends
ISBN : 9783643904799
Genre : Religion
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This book explores how religious delusion can be acknowledged as a religious experience. In addition, the book presents a detailed case-study of the life of Presbyterian minister Anton T. Boisen (1876-1965), his crises and the religious delusion that brought him to the brink of the abyss after the trauma he experienced during World War I--Back cover.
Category: Religion

A Stranger Comes To Town

Author : Abra SW
ISBN :
Genre : Fiction
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An aetheric chain-reaction sends a wave of death rolling around the world, warping living beings and aether-based technology alike. In one afternoon, trains go from being the power that pushed civilization out to the frontier, to being very expensive sheds of scrap metal, filled with rotting produce and dying cattle. Cities go hungry. The farmers are in hardly better shape than their former customers in the city. Some trees bear withered fruit, while gobbets of exploded fruit flesh drape the limbs of others. One wheat stalk might be strong and firm, but its neighbor disintegrates to dust at a touch. Harvesting crops takes more work, but yields less food. People try not to starve, using a variety of tactics. The Loyale traveling circus survives the aether storm mostly unscathed. When the circus comes to Seppanen Town, all seems well until a ragged fugitive plunges into their camp and begs for sanctuary.
Category: Fiction

Hot Shot Doc Comes To Town

Author : Susan Carlisle
ISBN : 9781460307465
Genre : Fiction
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When big-city trauma doc Taylor Stiles swaps speeding tickets for community medicine, it brings back memories he’s spent years running from. The only silver lining? Delectable local doctor Shelby Wayne! But Shelby deserves white picket fences and a family—something Taylor swore he’d never do… One look at the bad-boy doc and Shelby wants to send him straight back! Taylor is the last thing she needs, but everything she wants!
Category: Fiction

Bob Bowen Comes To Town

Author : H. Bedford-Jones
ISBN : EAN:4064066460365
Genre : Art
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"Bob Bowen comes to Town" by H. Bedford-Jones. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
Category: Art

When God Comes To Town

Author : Rik Pinxten
ISBN : 1845455541
Genre : Political Science
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Around 1800 roughly three per cent of the human population lived in urban areas; by 2030 this number is expected to have gone up to some seventy per cent. This poses problems for traditional religions that are all rooted in rural, small-scale societies. The authors in this volume question what the possible appeal of these old religions, such as Christianity, Judaism, or Islam could be in the new urban environment and, conversely, what impact global urbanization will have on learning and on the performance and nature of ritual. Anthropologists, historians and political scientists have come together in this volume to analyse attempts made by churches and informal groups to adapt to these changes and, at the same time, to explore new ways to study religions in a largely urbanized environment.
Category: Political Science

The Language Of Secrecy

Author : Beryl Larry Bellman
ISBN : UOM:39015010758129
Genre : Kpelle (African people)
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My Lady Peggy Goes To Town

Author : Frances Aymar Mathews
ISBN : EAN:4064066095178
Genre : Fiction
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"My Lady Peggy Goes to Town" by Frances Aymar Mathews. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
Category: Fiction

My Antichrist Game Or Movie

Author : Lucifer Jeremy White
ISBN :
Genre : Computers
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There are 666 ideas in this book for making a Satanic video game. More than that- in fact nearly 1,000 ideas are here for a new Satanic game. The first two parts focus on the plot of becoming The Antichrist and taking over the world. The third part is a large number of ideas for any kind of Satanic video game. Many of the ideas here can be used for a Satanic movie instead. It is a book of formulas for a Satanic game or movie. All of the ideas here are free and this is a public domain book. Anyone wishing to pick up where I left off may do so.
Category: Computers

The Sand Between My Toes

Author : Ailsa Craig
ISBN : 9781504317825
Genre : Poetry
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The Sand Between My Toes is a collection of poems inspired by moments, memories, people, friendships, emotions, places travelled to, and time spent in nature. This is Ailsa’s fourth poetry book, and it presents the continuation of her journey through the pages of her thoughts and her imagination. This book is a woven tapestry of her soul.
Category: Poetry

The Baptist Missionary Magazine

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ISBN : UOM:39015039333078
Genre : Baptists
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Volumes 7-77, 80-83 include 13th-83rd, 86th-89th annual report of the American Baptist missionary union.
Category: Baptists

Works

Author : Jonathan Swift
ISBN : UCD:31175003648121
Genre :
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Smoking Leather

Author : Jack Reed
ISBN : 9780359871841
Genre :
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Metropolis On The Styx

Author : David L. Pike
ISBN : 9781501729461
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In Metropolis on the Styx, David L. Pike considers how underground spaces and their many myths have organized ways of seeing, thinking about, and living in the modern city. Expanding on the cultural history of underground construction in his acclaimed previous book, Subterranean Cities, Pike details the emergence of a vertical city in the imagination of nineteenth-century Paris and London, a city overseen by hosts of devils and undermined by subterranean villains, a city whose ground level was replete with passages between above and below. Metropolis on the Styx brings together a rich variety of visual and written sources ranging from pulp mysteries and movie serials to the poetry of Charles Baudelaire and the novels of Marcel Proust, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Elinor Glyn to the broadsheets and ephemera of everyday urban life. From these materials, Pike conjures a working theory of modern underground space that explains why our notions about urban environments remain essentially nineteenth-century in character, even though cities themselves have since changed almost beyond recognition. Highly original in subject matter, methodology, and conclusions, Metropolis on the Styx synthesizes a number of critical approaches, periods of study, and disciplines in the analysis of a single category of space—the underground. Pike studies the built environments and the textual and visual ephemera (including little-known or unknown archival material) of Paris, London, and other cities in conjunction with canonical modern literature and art. This book integrates a rich visual component—photographs, movie stills, prints, engravings, paintings, cartoons, maps, and drawings of actual and imagined subterranean spaces—into the fabric of the argument.
Category: Literary Criticism

Imaginarium 4

Author : Sandra Kasturi
ISBN : 9781771483391
Genre : Fiction
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Imaginarium 4: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing is a reprint anthology collecting speculative short fiction and poetry (science fiction, fantasy, horror, magic realism, etc.) that represents the best work published by Canadian writers in the 2014 calendar year. Featuring Kelley Armstrong, Margaret Atwood, Courtney Bates-Hardy, Greg Bechtel, Jocko Benoit, Jeremy Butler, Siobhan Carroll, Peter Chiykowski, Eric Choi, Suzanne Church, David Clink, A.M. Dellamonica, Cory Doctorow, Puneet Dutt, Amal El-Mohtar, Gemma Files, Zsuzsi Gartner, Neile Graham, Lisa L. Hannett, Shivaun Hoad, Ada Hoffman, Nalo Hopkinson, Louisa Howerow, Matthew Hughes, Matthew Johnson, Catherine MacLeod, Helen Marshall, Matt Moore, Silvia Moreno-Garcia, David Nickle, Rhonda Parrish, Tony Pi, Ranylt Richildis, Holly Schofield, Trevor Shikaze, Kate Story, Jean-Louis Trudel, Peter Watts, A.C. Wise, and Rio Youers.
Category: Fiction

Can T Stop Walking

Author : Murphy V. S. Anderson
ISBN : 9781725295568
Genre : Religion
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Can’t Stop Walking: Every Walk Must First Begin with a Step, Purpose, and Direction is a stunning and incisive nonfictional narrative which critiques some of the cultural, traditional, and societal issues which impacted and challenged the lives of many Liberians, especially the youth who suffered, bled, and died in their ignorance during the Liberian Civil War. This is a book uniquely written to bring the readers mentally closer to some information and experiences that may seem unrealistic but true, inconceivable or trivia but factual. The book reveals the tireless and unwavering efforts made by two friends bound together in one faith and purpose with a desire to change the mindset of youths who were actively involved in a civil war. It discusses how these two friends nonviolently challenged the culture, tradition, and societal elites of a small town by engaging the youth and elders through the “Trinity Plan” and helped transform a struggling church threatened by dogmas and traditional practices.
Category: Religion