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Your Heart, My Sky

By Margarita Engle
  • ISBN Code: : 1534464980
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Pages : 224
  • Category : Young Adult Fiction
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  • Pdf : your-heart-my-sky.pdf

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Acclaimed author Margarita Engle tells a “deeply felt and engrossing” (Horn Book Magazine) story of love in a time of hunger inspired by her own family’s struggles during a dark period in Cuba’s history. The people of Cuba are living in el período especial en tiempos de paz—the special period in times of peace. That’s what the government insists that this era must be called, but the reality behind these words is starvation. Liana is struggling to find enough to eat. Yet hunger has also made her brave: she finds the courage to skip a summer of so-called volunteer farm labor, even though she risks government retribution. Nearby, a quiet, handsome boy named Amado also refuses to comply, so he wanders alone, trying to discover rare sources of food. A chance encounter with an enigmatic dog brings Liana and Amado together. United in hope and hunger, they soon discover that their feelings for each other run deep. Love can feed their souls and hearts—but is it enough to withstand el período especial?

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  • Pdf File: a-time-for-soldiers.pdf

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Today is May 1, 1917. Word has just come to me that several local boys have been drafted to fight the war in Europe. This one is called "The Great War." It's been raging since August 1914. President Wilson asked the Congress for a declaration of war last month. He got it. Hundreds of thousands have died already. Now, many of our own good boys will die. War is a chronic condition, and stupid. I was that young when I first went off to war, fifty-seven years ago. I was twenty-one, about the same age as these kids. I had no idea that I was entering my own personal season in hell when I joined up with a New York volunteer regiment. These young men are about to march off to another war, another cause. Many will die uselessly on torn-up battlefields that nobody will remember except the men who fight there. I still see those faces in the distance, on a hillside at a place called Gettysburg. I see myself, young, but no longer a boy. My innocence was a façade. War is butchery, and I experienced it close-up. I was part of a monster, trained to overwhelm and destroy my enemy, my brother. By the end of the war, I was good at it. It fit me well. I was a seasoned veteran. Killing had become second nature. Experience being the best teacher, I learned well. In April 1865, I knew what I was. The question had become, what was I going to be? The thought once occurred to me that maybe I should not have survived the war, that war should devour its own and leave the remnant in peace.

The Heart of Numerology

By Lynn Buess
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  • Publisher : Light Technology Publishing
  • Book Code : 1622335988
  • Total of Pages :
  • Category : Body, Mind & Spirit
  • Members : 171
  • Pdf File: the-heart-of-numerology.pdf

Book Short Summary:

Perhaps you have read a little about numerology and wondered just how it manages to reveal so much. If you have been looking for more information to take you beyond the elementary texts and teachings of numbers, you have come to the right place. By choosing the study of this symbolic matrix, you have chosen a path that can take you into the most sublime heights and penetrating depths of human consciousness and beyond. Do you want to know a secret? Many of them can be revealed as you weave your way through a multidimensional journey of symbolic delight that numerology presents. Lynn Buess, MA, EdS, has served more than one half of a century studying, teaching, and counseling in the field of symbols, cycles, and numbers. Lynn is well qualified to be the one to outline this journey and help show you the way. He is the only practicing professional numerologist to have completed two accredited graduate degrees in which he specialized in the meaning of numbers and symbols and the psychological application of these symbols to life. In his teaching, he reveals the psychology, cosmology, and spirituality of numerology. To him, numbers are not a static set of symbols; rather, they are like cosmic chords of sound and light that help make up the rhythms of the cosmic dance. Would you like to dance?

The Heart Made Easy

By Carl Robinson
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  • Publisher : www.thepad.pm
  • Book Code : N.a
  • Total of Pages : 30
  • Category : Medical
  • Members : 631
  • Pdf File: the-heart-made-easy.pdf

Book Short Summary:

From the writer of the worlds fastest growing Cardiology Website (www.thepad.pm) comes this fantastically illustrated explanation of how the heart works. If you want to understand the human heart this book will help you do so in a very simple and friendly way. Written for patients trying to understand their hearts, it is also ideal for students or healthcare professionals trying to build their knowledge for the first time. “Love your explanations! It demystifies all things cardiac in a way that helps explain it to patients.” Reader Experience of www.thepad.pm

Textbook of Arterial Stiffness and Pulsatile Hemodynamics in Health and Disease

By Julio A. Chirinos
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  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Book Code : 0323916481
  • Total of Pages : 1032
  • Category : Science
  • Members : 385
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Book Short Summary:

Textbook of Arterial Stiffness and Pulsatile Hemodynamics in Health and Disease, Two Volume Set covers the principles, physiology, biologic pathways, clinical implications and therapeutics surrounding arterial stiffness and pulsatile hemodynamics, along with a thorough overview of the field. The book presents complex engineering concepts in a way that those in science and medicine can more easily understand. It includes detailed illustrations, animations and slideshows. Additionally, it presents advanced bioengineering concepts in boxes for readers who wants more in-depth biophysical knowledge. This is a must-have reference for students, researchers and clinicians interested in learning more about this field. Incorporates case studies and calculations/worked examples with mathematical principles explained in a conceptual manner without complicated formulas Features chapter contributions from leading international researchers and clinicians Covers principles, physiology, biologic pathways, clinical implications and therapeutics

A Time for the Death of a King (Nicholas Segalla series, Book 1)

By Paul Doherty
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  • Publisher : Headline
  • Book Code : 0755395689
  • Total of Pages : 189
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 768
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Book Short Summary:

She was a passionate lover. But was she also a murderess? In the first of Paul Doherty's series featuring the time travelling scholar Nicholas Segalla, the reader is transported to the 16th century Scottish court. Perfect for fans of Susanna Gregory and C. J. Sansom. Edinburgh, 1567. Beautiful Mary, Queen of Scots, leaves her ill husband's bedside to attend the wedding festivities of her maid of honour. Hours later, the calm night is shattered by a devastating explosion. The King's body is found in a field with a cloak, a chair, a slipper and a dagger by his lifeless corpse. When stolen letters cast suspicion on the queen herself, she is accused of murder. Was the fiery Mary the perpetrator of the King's bloody murder, or the object of a ruthless plot of betrayal, crafted by England's most masterful assassin, the Raven Master? Only the shadowy scholar Nicholas Segalla can uncover the truth. What readers are saying about Paul Doherty: 'A cracker, full of twists and turns, with an overarching mystery of who exactly is Segalla' 'Paul Doherty's books are a joy to read' 'The sounds and smells of the period seem to waft from the pages of [Paul Doherty's] books'

A Time For Home

By Alexis Morgan
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  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Book Code : 110160574X
  • Total of Pages : 336
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 491
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Book Short Summary:

Welcome to the small rustic town of Snowberry Creek.... As Nick Jenkins travels from the war zones of Afghanistan to his comrade’s hometown, the kinds of wounds he carries with him have little to do with the shrapnel damage to his arm. Burdened with the guilt of failing to save his friend Spence, Nick is nonetheless determined to find a home for the dog that had been Spence’s constant companion. Callie Redding, Spence’s childhood best friend, was shocked to learn he left her his old Victorian home. She’s even more surprised when one of his war buddies shows up with a dog at his side—and a heavy weight on his shoulders. As a tribute to their friend’s life, Nick agrees to help Callie turn her inheritance into a welcoming bed-and-breakfast for the town of Snowberry Creek. But as they work through their grief together, they also share something far more precious—the belief that love is worth fighting for....

Once Upon a Time in Iraq

By James Bluemel,Renad Mansour
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  • Publisher : Random House
  • Book Code : 1473531942
  • Total of Pages : 416
  • Category : History
  • Members : 257
  • Pdf File: once-upon-a-time-in-iraq.pdf

Book Short Summary:

In war, there is no easy victory. When troops invaded Iraq in 2003 to topple Saddam Hussein’s regime, most people expected an easy victory. Instead, the gamble we took was a grave mistake, and its ramifications continue to reverberate through the lives of millions, in Iraq and the West. As we gain more distance from those events, it can be argued that many of the issues facing us today – the rise of the Islamic State, increased Islamic terrorism, intensified violence in the Middle East, mass migration, and more – can be traced back to the decision to invade Iraq. In The Iraq War, award-winning documentary maker James Bluemel collects first-hand testimony from those who lived through the horrors of the invasion and whose actions were dictated by such extreme circumstances. It takes in all sides of the conflict – working class Iraqi families watching their country erupt into civil war; soldiers and journalists on the ground; American families dealing with the grief of losing their son or daughter; parents of a suicide bomber coming to terms with unfathomable events – to create the most in-depth and multi-faceted portrait of the Iraq War to date. Accompanying a major BBC series, James Bluemel’s book is an essential account of a conflict that continues to shape our world, and a startling reminder of the consequences of our past decisions.

The Formation of the Modern Self

By Felix O Murchadha
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  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Book Code : 135024547X
  • Total of Pages : 264
  • Category : Psychology
  • Members : 258
  • Pdf File: the-formation-of-the-modern-self.pdf

Book Short Summary:

Charting a genealogy of the modern idea of the self, Felix Ó Murchadha explores the accounts of self-identity expounded by key Early Modern philosophers, Montaigne, Descartes, Pascal, Spinoza, Hume and Kant. The question of the self as we would discuss it today only came to the forefront of philosophical concern with Modernity, beginning with an appeal to the inherited models of the self found in Stoicism, Scepticism, Augustinianism and Pelagianism, before continuing to develop as a subject of philosophical debate. Exploring this trajectory, The Formation of the Modern Self pursues a number of themes central to the Early Modern development of selfhood, including, amongst others, grace and passion. It examines on the one hand the deep-rooted dependence on the divine and the longing for happiness and salvation and, on the other hand, the distancing from the Stoic ideal of apatheia, as philosophers from Descartes to Spinoza recognised the passions as essential to human agency. Fundamental to the new question of the self was the relation of faith and reason. Uncovering commonalities and differences amongst Early Modern philosophers, Ó Murchadha traces how the voluntarism of Modernity led to the sceptical approach to the self in Montaigne and Hume and how this sceptical strand, in turn, culminated in Kant's rational faith. More than a history of the self in philosophy, The Formation of the Modern Self inspires a fresh look at self-identity, uncovering not only how our modern idea of selfhood developed but just how embedded the concept of self is in external considerations: from ethics, to reason, to religion.