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The Seventh Hour

Author : Tracey Ward
ISBN : 1522962298
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When the Earth's rotation slowed to a crawl mankind was plunged into a harsh world of burning hot days and endless, arctic nights. Some fled to the mountains for shelter. Others took to the seas, sailing forever in the perfect gold between the night and the day; a place known as the Seventh Hour. Liv was raised aboard a ship chasing the Seventh. She's never seen the night, never known true cold, and when a storm destroys her home she's on land for the first time in her life. She's alone, surrounded by strangers and perils she couldn't have imagined in her worst nightmares. Her only chance at survival is Grayson. He saved her. He's sworn to protect her. He hates her. Old grudges run deeper than the sea, and Liv and Gray will have to overcome them together to make it to morning. To survive the longest night.

The Seventh Hour

Author : Grace Livingston Hill
ISBN : 9781634098199
Genre : Fiction
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Dana Barron was raised by a godly father and had no contact with his mother who took his sister and abandoned the family over twenty years ago. But on his deathbed, Dana’s father asks him to be reunited with his mother and sister. Reluctantly, Dana enters New York society, dragging his friend Bruce along for moral support. Faced with a world foreign to his own and full of greed and danger, Dana pledges to show his sister a better way and take her to a place of safety.

Time In The Babylonian Talmud

Author : Lynn Kaye
ISBN : 9781108534369
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In this book, Lynn Kaye examines how rabbis of late antiquity thought about time through their legal reasoning and storytelling, and what these insights mean for thinking about time today. Providing close readings of legal and narrative texts in the Babylonian Talmud, she compares temporal ideas with related concepts in ancient and modern philosophical texts and in religious traditions from late antique Mesopotamia. Kaye demonstrates that temporal flexibility in the Babylonian Talmud is a means of exploring and resolving legal uncertainties, as well as a tool to tell stories that convey ideas effectively and dramatically. Her book, the first on time in the Talmud, makes accessible complex legal texts and philosophical ideas. It also connects the literature of late antique Judaism with broader theological and philosophical debates about time.

The Seventh Plague

Author : Gaston D. Cox
ISBN : 9781504964388
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In the turn of the century, what appeared to be a meteor crashed on Mar’s surface? Pieces of the mysterious rock slingshot across space and were hurled to earth. The pieces scattered on the surface set off an array of events which lead to the sterilization of all reproductive systems. Scientists using compounds from the alien meteor found a cure to the sterilization epidemic but triggered events which ultimately threatened the extinction of life on the earth. It’s a race against time to save the human civilization from annihilation.

The Irish Ecclesiastical Record

Author : Irish ecclesiastical record
ISBN : OXFORD:555008929
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The Ninth Hour

Author : Alice McDermott
ISBN : 9780374280147
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A magnificent new novel from one of America’s finest writers—a powerfully affecting story spanning the twentieth century of a widow and her daughter and the nuns who serve their Irish-American community in Brooklyn. On a dim winter afternoon, a young Irish immigrant opens the gas taps in his Brooklyn tenement. He is determined to prove—to the subway bosses who have recently fired him, to his badgering, pregnant wife—“that the hours of his life belong to himself alone.” In the aftermath of the fire that follows, Sister St. Savior, an aging nun appears, unbidden, to direct the way forward for his widow and his unborn child. We begin deep inside Catholic Brooklyn, in the early part of the twentieth century. Decorum, superstition, and shame collude to erase the man’s brief existence. Yet his suicide, although never spoken of, reverberates through many lives and over the decades testing the limits and the demands of love and sacrifice, of forgiveness and forgetfulness, even through multiple generations. The characters we meet, from Sally, the unborn baby at the beginning of the novel, who becomes the center of the story to the nuns whose personalities we come to know and love to the neighborhood families with whose lives they are entwined, are all rendered with extraordinary sympathy and McDermott’s trademark lucidity and intelligence. Alice McDermott’s The Ninth Hour is a crowning achievement by one of the premiere writers at work in America today.

New Edition Of The Babylonian Talmud

Author : Michael Levi Rodkinson
ISBN : UCAL:C3018142
Genre : Talmud
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The Gospel According To St John

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Gods And Soldiers

Author : Rob Spillman
ISBN : 0143114735
Genre : Literary Collections
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Bloemlezing van hedendaagse Afrikaanse auteurs met essays over literatuur en taal in diverse gebieden in Afrika.

Wizard Of The Crow

Author : Ngugi wa Thiong'o
ISBN : 9780307493316
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A landmark of postcolonial African literature, Wizard of the Crow is an ambitious, magisterial, comic novel from the acclaimed Kenyan novelist, playwright, poet, and critic. Set in the fictional Free Republic of Aburiria, Wizard of the Crow dramatizes with corrosive humor and keenness of observation a battle for the souls of the Aburirian people, between a megalomaniac dictator and an unemployed young man who embraces the mantle of a magician. Fashioning the stories of the powerful and the ordinary into a dazzling mosaic, in this magnificent work of magical realism, Ngugi wa'Thiong'o—one of the most widely read African writers—reveals humanity in all its endlessly surprising complexity.

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