The Urantia Book
Written in the form of a revelation from divine beings, the classic guide to expanding consciousness presents texts discussing God, the universe, angels and other beings, the history of the world, the development of civilization, personal spiritual growth, and the life and teachings of Jesus.
The Magic Bullet
Conceived with dazzling insider's knowledge of cutting-edge medical research, The Magic Bullet propels us relentlessly along on a hunt for the elusive miracle cure for cancer. Harry Stein's spellbinding new thriller is set on the dark edge of American medicine, where human fife takes a backseat to greed, ambition, and the bottom line. At 31, Dr. Daniel Logan has gotten the biggest break of his career--a research fellowship at the American Cancer Institute near Washington, D.C. The patients who come here know it is their last hope for survival, and they willingly take drugs that are shrouded in secrecy...even when things begin to go very, very wrong. Soon Dr. Logan learns that he has no influence on the arrogant, world-famous researchers who give the orders, and no hope that anyone will listen when he stumbles upon the "magic bullet," a possible miracle cure--for breast cancer. The reason: a conspiracy so deadly and unconscionable that he cannot believe it's real until his life becomes a nightmare-and time begins to run out for one very special patient: the most prominent woman in American politics. Featuring passionate young doctors desperate for the glory of a cancer cure, deadly sabotage, betrayal, and a lethal medical conspiracy, Harry Stein's "what-if' premise is hair-raising...shocking...the stuff of an instant bestseller. The fear is real. The medical facts are authentic...and the cure? You'll be held spellbound finding out.
www.RobynCarr.com With her beloved younger siblings settled and happy, Erin Foley has empty-nest syndrome. At age thirty-five. So she's hitting the pause button on her life and holing up in a secluded (but totally upgraded—she's not into roughing it) cabin near Virgin River. Erin is planning on getting to know herself…not the shaggy-haired mountain man she meets. In fact, beneath his faded fatigues and bushy beard, Aiden Riordan is a doctor, recharging for a summer after leaving the navy. He's intrigued by the pretty, slightly snooty refugee from the rat race—her meditating and journaling are definitely keeping him at arm's length. He'd love to get closer…if his scruffy exterior and crazy ex-wife don't hold him back. But maybe it's something in the water—unlikely romances seem to take root in Virgin River…helped along by some well-intentioned meddling, of course. Look for What We Find by Robyn Carr, a powerful story of healing, new beginnings and one woman's journey to finding the happiness she's long been missing. Order your copy today!
The Book of Dzyan
This text reproduces nearly all of the "Book of Dzyan" that Blavatsky transcribed. It also includes long excerpts from her "Secret Doctrine" as well as from the Society of Psychical Research's 1885 report concerning phenomena witnessed by members of the Theosophical Society.
Bruges La Morte
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After years of reckless independence and fast living, Cameron Quinn is called home to help care for his adopted brother Seth, a troubled young boy not unlike Cameron once was. Cameron's life changes overnight, and he has to learn to live with his brothers once again. Old rivalries and new resentments flare between the Quinn boys as they try to set aside their differences for Seth's sake. Only Seth's fate is in the hands of a tough but beautiful social worker. She alone has the power to bring the Quinns together- or tear them apart... Other books in this series are RISING TIDES and INNER HARBOUR. And find out what happens to the now grown-up Seth in CHESAPEAKE BLUE.
A dangerous secret is coming to shore . . . Philip Quinn has done everything to make his life perfect. With his career on the fast track and a condo overlooking the Inner Harbour, his life on the streets is firmly in the past. But one look at his adopted brother Seth and the memories come flooding back. In Seth he sees the boy he once was. Seth's future seems assured - until Dr Sybill Griffin shows up in the sleepy town of St Christopher's. She claims to be researching the town for her new book, but Philip is sure she is hiding something. While he is determined to uncover her motives, Sybill cannot deny her own growing feelings for the intense and mysterious Quinn - but the secret she hides has the power to shatter the brothers' lives for ever . . .
The House of Night series is set in a world very much like our own, except in 16-year-old Zoey Redbird's world, vampyres have always existed. In this first book in the series, Zoey enters the House of Night, a school where, after having undergone the Change, she will train to become an adult vampire--that is, if she makes it through the Change. Not all of those who are chosen do. It's tough to begin a new life, away from her parents and friends, and on top of that, Zoey finds she is no average fledgling. She has been Marked as special by the vampyre Goddess, Nyx. But she is not the only fledgling at the House of Night with special powers. When she discovers that the leader of the Dark Daughters, the school's most elite club, is misusing her Goddess-given gifts, Zoey must look deep within herself for the courage to embrace her destiny--with a little help from her new vampyre friends.
Performing Medieval Narrative
"A survey of an investigation into the important question of whether or not medieval narrative was designed for performance"--Provided by publisher.
Selected Prose of T S Eliot
Thirty-one of Eliot's most influential critical essays on general literary topics, individual authors, and social and religious themes are edited in their entirety or in substantial extract by the distinguished English scholar-critic