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My Life During Wartime

Author : Stephen W. Killam
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The Guardians of the Timeline hail from the Hundred Worlds universe, a series of colonized worlds at the far reaches of the galaxy. Empowered with information about future events, their mission is to protect the people of Earth from malevolent criminals from the Hundred Worlds and ensure that the timeline is not disrupted by the actions of any interdimensional travelers. After thirty years of a covert war only a handful of Hundred Worlds criminals remain on Earth. The last surviving Guardians have teamed up with a top secret government organization assigned to investigate extraterrestrial visitors and interdimensional threats. When a pair of spacecraft land on Earth in late 2004 and make demands to take over part of the United States the team faces its greatest challenge. After their base is attacked by the interdimensional terrorists the Guardians are forced to ally with their lifelong enemies to defend the Earth and protect the timeline from destruction. A fast paced, riveting adventure unfolds as the unlikely allies battle their mutual enemies in My Life During Wartime, the sequel to A Flight of Onesimus which introduced the team of Hundred Worlds heroes.

The Rotifera Or Wheel animalcules

Author : Charles Thomas Hudson
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The Life of Stuart O Van Slyke Memories of a forgotten age May 1916 May 1946

Author : Stuart O. Van Slyke
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The prospect of having to care for an ill loved one takes most of us by surprise. Once a diagnosis or treatment schedule has been determined, a caregiver must learn how to multi-task in very creative ways. Usually this is learned by trial and error. Until now. I Need to Scream! Would Anyone Even Hear Me? is a handbook for the caregiver. Once a loved one needs a health advocate, a caregiver is born and then quickly baptized by fire. This book will help douse that inferno. It includes chapters on how to select a hospital and doctor, along with sections on medications, family matters and most importantly, how to take care of his or her self in the process. This is not a scientific project. It is a personal account written by a caregiver. It contains suggestions on how to make the transition from normal life to a new life as painless as possible. I Need to Scream! Would Anyone Even Hear Me? attempts to remove the guilt and negativity that can become part of a caregiver's life. It also includes blank pages at the end of each chapter so that the caregiver is able to jot down notes, questions or reflections. This is a book that is long overdue. Caregivers are part of a strong and silent group. They need a voice. Few people realize the traumatic role of the caregiver, unless one has had experience like the author of this book. We do not know when a serious illness or accident will befall a loved one. It is for that reason that this book should be in every library, home and hospital. I Need to Scream! Would Anyone Even Hear Me? is unlike most publications that include this subject. This book is primarily for caregivers and the people who love them.

The Rotifera

Author : Charles Thomas Hudson
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My Life Our Lives

Author : Roger Molina
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This autobiography is about a young man growing up during the great depression, who fought in WW2, came home and started a family, retired from the military, and pursued a second civilian career. You hear his frustration and joy in his own words as if he was speaking to us.

Two Wheels and a Map

Author : Bob Neubauer
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Long before smart phones and GPS devices simplified bike touring, cyclists were crossing the roads of this country, equipped with little more than two wheels and a map. This is the tale of one such rider who tackled the East Coast in the early '90s. Leaving behind an unfulfilling job, he loaded up his bike and set off, meandering along rural back roads, meeting strangers, listening to their stories and enjoying their unexpected hospitality. Not everything went as planned, though. Unforeseen circumstances forced him in directions he hadn't anticipated; searing summer heat drained his energy; and he spent many a nervous night bedding down where he didn't belong. His trip touched the tip of failure-yet succeeded in ways he hadn't imagined. Through it all, the people who crossed his path, sometimes offering only a kind word, gave him the inspiration he needed to persevere. Two Wheels and a Map details Bob Neubauer's two-part solo bike journey from Bangor, Maine, to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. His often-amusing observations on the people and predicaments he encountered along the way give the book a lighthearted tone as it chronicles his life on the open road. Bob Neubauer is also the author of Alone in Austria: A Solo Bike Trip Across Austria. It chronicles his two-wheeled journey from Salzburg to Vienna, Austria, visiting quaint villages, castle ruins and ancient monasteries.

Forty four Years of the Life of a Hunter

Author : Meshach Browning
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The life of sergeant I W Ambler

Author : Isaac W. Ambler
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My Life and My Cars

Author : Walter Owen Bentley
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Kiplinger s Personal Finance Magazine

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Pinpointer

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The American Magazine

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Memories of My Life Being My Personal Professional and Social Recollections as Woman and Artist

Author : Sarah Bernhardt
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The American Engineer

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Mutiny

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Frank Leslie s Popular Monthly

Author : Frank Leslie
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Two Wheels Through Terror

Author : Glen Heggstad
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Follow along on Glen Heggstad's journey through Central and South America in this shocking travelogue, including his capture by Colombia's rebel ELN army, and the eventual realization of a dream.

One for the Road

Author : Tony Horwitz
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English Mechanic and World of Science

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The Art of Cycling

Author : Cadel Evans
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The bestselling autobiography of a cycling legend and winner of the 2011 Tour de France On the afternoon of Sunday, the first of February 2015, Cadel Evans crossed the finish line in the first-ever race of the event that would immortalise his name: the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race. At that moment, an extraordinary cycling career, spanning 20 years and more than 750 professional races, came to a close. Now, looking back on his journey, Cadel Evans tells his story of the races and moments that mattered. Ranging from the dirt tracks of his early 1990s mountain-biking days to the Tour de France's famous podium in 2011 and beyond, The Art of Cycling is a tale of potential realised and ambition fulfilled. It's also the inspiring story of a young boy from the Australian bush, whose focus, talent and dedication conquered the elite world of international cycling in an era when few Australians competed, let alone won. Famous in the sport for his meticulous preparation and as an athlete who prided himself on his ability to give his all, Evans writes with forensic detail about the triumphs, the frustrations, the training, the preparation, the psychology of the sport, his contemporaries, the legends, the controversies and, above all, his enduring love of cycling.