Shadow Of Legends Fortunes Of The Black Hills Book 2

Author: Stephen A. Bly
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 1433676230
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Shadow Of Legends Fortunes Of The Black Hills Book 2 from the Author: Stephen A. Bly. BRAZOS FORTUNE HAS LEFT A TOWERING LEGACY. HIS SON TODD NOW STRUGGLES TO PROVE HIMSELF AND FIND HIS OWN IDENTITY IN THE SHADOWS OF LEGENDS. Life in the shadows. It happens to all of us. We stand so close to a dominant personality that our reflection can hardly be noticed. Someone more famous. More skilled. More powerful. Sometimes they are people we hardly know. Sometimes they are members of our own family. Brazos Fortune has left a towering legacy. His son Todd now struggles to prove himself and find his own identity in the Shadow of Legends. Todd Fortune must follow his father as he takes over the family business with his wife, a fast-paced city girl whos not willing to settle into a small town lifestyle. A tale of daily hardships and hard-earned victories, Todd struggles to prove himself a committed husband and a courageous frontiersman in the wake of his fathers legacy. Cross-country chases, deadly showdowns, and budding romances weave the story of this second powerful novel in the Fortunes of the Black Hills series.

Legends In Black

Author: Tom Johnson
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 1743486138
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Legends In Black from the Author: Tom Johnson. Legends in Black, a truly special book and the result of unprecedented access to some of the biggest names in New Zealand rugby, reveals the experiences, secrets and reflections of All Black greats on why we win. Through incisive, frank and no-holds-barred interviews, they share thoughts on every aspect of what it means to be an All Black: first being selected, the haka, the evolution of international and provincial rugby, professionalism, team pecking orders, the importance of socialising and camaraderie, technical advances in the game, drugs and alcohol, coaching and leadership.

Bearers Of The Black Staff

Author: Terry Brooks
Publisher: Del Rey
ISBN: 0345523008
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Bearers Of The Black Staff from the Author: Terry Brooks. BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Terry Brooks's The Measure of the Magic. NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Five hundred years have passed since the devastating demon-led war tore apart the United States and nearly exterminated humankind. Those who escaped the carnage were led to sanctuary in an idyllic valley, its borders warded by powerful magic against the horrors beyond. But the cocoon of protective magic surrounding the valley has now vanished. When Sider Ament, the only surviving descendant of the Knights of the Word, detects unknown predators stalking the valley, he fears the worst. And when expert Trackers find two of their own gruesomely killed, there can be no doubt: The once safe haven has been made vulnerable to whatever still lurks in the outside wasteland. Together, Ament, the two young Trackers, and a daring Elf princess spearhead plans to defend their ancestral home. And in the thick of it all, the last wielder of the black staff and its awesome magic must find a successor to carry on the fight against the cresting new wave of evil.

Laurel Burch Legends

Author: Laurel Burch
Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1607053802
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Laurel Burch Legends from the Author: Laurel Burch. Laurel Burch Brings You Creatures of the Earth, Sea & Sky. World-renowned artist and fabric designer Laurel Burch brings you fabulous new quilt designs in her signature style. Whimsical projects range from wallhangings to table runners, with ideas for adapting designs for pillows and other home décor accents. Simple fusible appliqué and embellishment techniques yield stunning results. Laurel Burch’s fanciful designs are loved for their lush imagery and vibrant palette of color, and this new collection of exotic birds, fish, jungle creatures, and mythical women is especially entrancing! Step-bystep instructions and terrific embellishment techniques make these quilts surprisingly fast to finish.

Urban Legends Of The New Testament

Author: David A. Croteau
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 1433680122
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Urban Legends Of The New Testament from the Author: David A. Croteau. Urban Legends of the New Testament surveys forty of the most commonly misinterpreted passages in the New Testament. These “urban legends” often arise because interpreters neglect a passage's context, misuse historical background information, or misunderstand the Greek language. For each New Testament text, professor David Croteau describes the popular, incorrect interpretation and then carefully interprets the passage within its literary and historical context. Careful attention is given to sound principles of biblical interpretation to guide readers through the process and reach a more accurate understanding of each text's meaning. With examples from the Gospels, Acts, the Epistles, and Revelation, Urban Legends of the New Testament will not only help readers avoid missteps in these forty texts but also provide a model for engaging in correct interpretation of other New Testament passages.


Author: Gregory Evans Dowd
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 1421418665
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Groundless from the Author: Gregory Evans Dowd. Why did Elizabethan adventurers believe that the interior of America hid vast caches of gold? Who started the rumor that British officers purchased revolutionary white women’s scalps, packed them by the bale, and shipped them to their superiors? And why are people today still convinced that white settlers—hardly immune as a group to the disease—routinely distributed smallpox-tainted blankets to the natives? Rumor—spread by colonists and Native Americans alike—ran rampant in early America. In Groundless, historian Gregory Evans Dowd explores why half-truths, deliberate lies, and outrageous legends emerged in the first place, how they grew, and why they were given such credence throughout the New World. Arguing that rumors are part of the objective reality left to us by the past—a kind of fragmentary archival record—he examines how uncertain news became powerful enough to cascade through the centuries. Drawing on specific case studies and tracing recurring rumors over many generations, Dowd explains the seductive power of unreliable stories in the eastern North American frontiers from the sixteenth to the mid-nineteenth centuries. The rumors studied here—some alluring, some frightening—commanded attention and demanded action. They were all, by definition, groundless, but they were not all false, and they influenced the classic issues of historical inquiry: the formation of alliances, the making of revolutions, the expropriation of labor and resources, and the origins of war. -- Colin G. Calloway, Dartmouth College, author of New Worlds for All: Indians, Europeans, and the Remaking of Early America

Irt From Ssi

Author: Mathilda Du Toit
Publisher: Scientific Software International
ISBN: 9780894980534
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Irt From Ssi from the Author: Mathilda Du Toit. Combined for the first time in a single volume, this book describes four Item Response Theory (IRT) computer programs developed by R. Darrell Bock and his students over the last 25 years:BILOG-MG by Michele Zimowski, Eiji Muraki, Robert Mislevy, & Darrell BockMULTILOG by David Thissen, Wen-Hung Chen, & Darrell BockPARSCALE by Eiji Muraki & Darrell BockTESTFACT by Robert Wood, Douglas Wilson, Robert Gibbons, Stephen Schilling, Eiji Muraki, & Darrell Bock

Jewish Poland Legends Of Origin

Author: Ḥayah Bar-Yitsḥaḳ
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 9780814327890
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Jewish Poland Legends Of Origin from the Author: Ḥayah Bar-Yitsḥaḳ. The first appearance of Jews in Poland and their adventures during their early years of settlement in the country are concealed in undocumented shadows of history. What survived are legends of origin that early chroniclers, historians, writers, and folklore scholars transcribed, thus contributing to their preservation. Haya Bar-Itzhak examines the legends of origin of the Jews of Poland and discloses how the community creates its own chronicle, how it structures and consolidates its identity through stories about its founding, and how this identity varies from age to age. Bar-Itzhak also examines what happened to these legends after the extermination of Polish Jewry during the Holocaust, when the human space they describe no longer exists except in memory. For the Polish Jews after the Holocaust, the legends of origin undergo a fascinating transformation into legends of destruction. Jewish Poland—Legends of Origin brings to light the more obscure legends of origin as well as those already well known.

Legends Of The Gods

Author: E. A. Wallis Budge
Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag
ISBN: 3849641287
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Legends Of The Gods from the Author: E. A. Wallis Budge. The object of this book is to supply information about the Religion, Magic, Language, Legends and History of the ancient Egyptians. It shows insight on legends like the death of Horus, Ra and Isis, the creational myths and much more.