Phoenix Inheritance

Author: Corrina Lawson
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
ISBN: 9781619229594
Size: 55.94 MB
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Phoenix Inheritance from the Author: Corrina Lawson. To save their son, they might have to sacrifice their love-and their lives. Phoenix Institute, Book 4 Ex-Navy SEAL Daz Montoya and rescue dog handler Renee Black have made a career out of saving people. But when their whirlwind affair resulted in pregnancy, Daz's verbal fumble tore their budding relationship apart. It's been a tough eight years for Renee, raising Charlie alone with his autism-fueled impulsiveness, but she's managed-until now. When she has to chase him to the edge of a cliff in a snowstorm, seeing the face of their rescuer is just the rotten cherry on top of an already rough day. In the close confines of a snowbound cabin, Renee and Daz rediscover the heat still simmering between them. But while Renee welcomes Daz's renewed determination to help Charlie however he can, she's reluctant to trust him with her heart. With the Phoenix Institute's help, Renee and Daz discover their son's gift for animal telepathy is real. And that to save him from old enemies that would kill to control him, they must join forces-and risk losing everything they've ever loved. Warning: This novel contains explicit reunion sex and characters used to mixing a little danger in with their romance.

The Phoenix Inheritance

Author: Derek Rossitter
Publisher: New Generation Publishing
ISBN: 0755250877
Size: 38.49 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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The Phoenix Inheritance from the Author: Derek Rossitter. A mature and sophisticated piece of work and a refreshing change from all the chic-lit material one has to deal with these days. It has a great deal to recommend it not least that it is so very carefully structured. To produce what really amounts to a family saga through such a long time period and manage to hold it all together takes some doing and the author deserves a huge pat on the back. The background and setting are the books great strengths. The context is excellent. There is a sense in which the book is something of a social history and many people could gain a lot from it almost by default. The plot structure is very good. The plots and themes retain the readers interest and are interwoven with skill. Cultural and social elements interlink quite splendidly. Direct speech has been used with purpose. Characterisation is good with no use of stereotypes. The descriptive quality is almost Dickenesque in its precision. It is good writing. This is a good book, well constructed, a very well written novel with significant messages.

Satiric Inheritance

Author: Michael A. Seidel
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400871034
Size: 48.67 MB
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Satiric Inheritance from the Author: Michael A. Seidel. Arguing that satiric potential is latent in virtually all dispensation, succession, and inheritance narratives, Michael Seidel suggests a new and comprehensive understanding of satire's place in the more general context of narrative theory. The notion of inheritance shares with traditional narrative action the need to transmit and preserve form. Originally published in 1979. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

The Green Phoenix

Author: Paul F. Lurquin
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231529449
Size: 34.51 MB
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The Green Phoenix from the Author: Paul F. Lurquin. Providing the first account of the story behind genetically engineered plants, Paul F. Lurquin covers the controversial birth of the field, its sudden death, phoenixlike reemergence, and ultimate triumph as not only a legitimate field of science but a new tool of multinational corporate interests. In addition, Lurquin looks ahead to the potential impact this revolutionary technology will have on human welfare. As Lurquin shows, it was the intense competition between international labs that resulted in the creation of the first transgenic plants. Two very different approaches to plant genetic engineering came to fruition at practically the same time, and Lurquin's account demonstrates how cross-fertilization between the two areas was critical to success. The scientists concerned were trying to tackle some very basic scientific problems and did not foresee the way that corporations would apply their methodology. With detailed accounts of the work of individual scientists and teams all over the world, Lurquin pieces together a remarkable account.


Author: Malinda Lo
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1444917978
Size: 52.24 MB
Format: PDF
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Inheritance from the Author: Malinda Lo. David's fingers squeezed hers, and through the connection that opened between them when they touched, Reese felt his emotions echoing her own. They both had that jittery, butterflies-in-the-stomach feeling that said: You're about to do something that could either be a huge success or a crushing defeat. Reese and David are different now. Surrounded by a web of conspiracies, Reece feels that she must choose between two worlds. Her choices: David - or Amber? This world - or another? Should they tell the truth, and risk everything? The hotly awaited sequel to ADAPTATION, from the acclaimed author of ASH. Read on with Malinda's eBook-only novella, NATURAL SELECTION - for all fans of Reese and Amber!


Author: Kerry-Lee Powell
Publisher: Biblioasis
ISBN: 1927428807
Size: 74.32 MB
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Inheritance from the Author: Kerry-Lee Powell. "Powerful ... full of dark nostalgia."—Nathan Englander The Lifeboat All night in his lifeboat my father sang to keep the voices of the other men who cried in the wreckage from reaching him, he sang what he knew of the requiem, of the hit parade and the bits of hymns, he sang until he would never sing again, scalding his raw throat with sea-water until his ribs heaved, until the salt wept from his eyes on dry land, flecked at his lips in his squalling rages, streaked the sheets in his night sweats as night after night the reassembled ship scattered its parts on the shore of his bed, and the lifeboat eased him out again to drown each night among singing men. Inspired by a shipwreck endured by her father during the Second World War, and by his struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder and eventual suicide, Inheritance is a powerful poetic debut by the winner of the 2013 Boston Review Fiction Contest and The Malahat Review Far Horizons Award.

The Inheritance

Author: Niki Kapsambelis
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451697333
Size: 69.68 MB
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The Inheritance from the Author: Niki Kapsambelis. This gripping story of the doctors at the forefront of Alzheimer’s research and the courageous North Dakota family whose rare genetic code is helping to understand our most feared diseases is “excellent, accessible...A science text that reads like a mystery and treats its subjects with humanity and sympathy” (Library Journal, starred review). Every sixty-nine seconds, someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Of the top ten killers, it is the only disease for which there is no cure or treatment. For most people, there is nothing that they can do to fight back. But one family is doing all they can. The DeMoe family has the most devastating form of the disease that there is: early onset Alzheimer’s, an inherited genetic mutation that causes the disease in one hundred percent of cases, and has a fifty percent chance of being passed onto the next generation. Of the six DeMoe children whose father had it, five have inherited the gene; the sixth, daughter Karla, has inherited responsibility for all of them. But rather than give up in the face of such news, the DeMoes have agreed to spend their precious, abbreviated years as part of a worldwide study that could utterly change the landscape of Alzheimer’s research and offers the brightest hope for future treatments—and possibly a cure. Drawing from several years of in-depth research with this charming and upbeat family, journalist Niki Kapsambelis tells the story of Alzheimer’s through the humanizing lens of these ordinary people made extraordinary by both their terrible circumstances and their bravery. “A compelling narrative…and an educational and emotional chronicle” (Kirkus Reviews, starred review), their tale is intertwined with the dramatic narrative history of the disease, the cutting-edge research that brings us ever closer to a possible cure, and the accounts of the extraordinary doctors spearheading these groundbreaking studies. From the oil fields of North Dakota to the jungles of Colombia, this inspiring race against time redefines courage in the face of this most pervasive and mysterious disease.

Wynonna Earp Strange Inheritance

Author: Beau Smith
Publisher: IDW Publishing
ISBN: 1623029481
Size: 38.99 MB
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Wynonna Earp Strange Inheritance from the Author: Beau Smith. Wynonna Earp, descendant of the famous lawman, follows in Wyatt's shoes, but with one difference: she brings the unnatural to justice! Redneck, trailer trash, drug-running vampires, bounty-hunting biker werewolves, immortal desperadoes, an ancient mummy hitman and the Egyptian Mafia: these are the kinds of perpetrators that covert U.S. Marshal Wynonna Earp hunts down on a regular basis. Collects all of the early tales including the original mini-series, plus "Home on the Strange," "Blood is the Harvest," and "The Yeti Wars."