The Other Side of the Coin

Author: Adagria Haddock

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1418494941

Category: Self-Help

Page: 102

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The struggle against evil continues in A Change of Regime, with the characters introduced in J.N. Stroyar's award-winning, critically-acclaimed novel The Children's War. The Third Reich lives on! Having carried out the assassination of his former tormentor Peter Halifax returns to the secret enclave of the anti-Nazi resistance to continue the fight against the regime with his wife Zosia. Emboldened by his success in overcoming his past, Peter returns to Berlin and dices with death to fulfill his dream: providing an escape route for the slave laborers of the Reich. Meanwhile Zosia's brother Ryszard continues his attack from within as he infiltrates, as S.S. Colonel Richard Traugutt, ever deeper into the core of Nazi power, even to within grasp of the ultimate prize: Führer of the Third Reich. But there are other forces at work and as Ryszard is forced into betraying Peter, his political enemies plot their own Armageddon. Based on meticulous research and real-life stories, painstaking attention to detail gives the story a brutal reality. The novel addresses the issues of today as the characters wrestle with mad dictators, terrorism, and their own desperate passions. A tale of espionage, of love and betrayal, of courage and collaboration.

Another Side of the Coin

Author: Gregg N. Huestis

Publisher: Gregg N. Huestis

ISBN: 0615440711

Category:

Page: 269

View: 9157


Another Side of the Coin is worlds apart from most other books that address the controversy surrounding "the Faith Movement" in that it answers the critics of Faith teaching by using quotations from those who have been accused of espousing heretical doctrine. It is primarily a suitable answer to accusations made by Hank Hanegraaff in his 1993 book, Christianity in Crisis. Another Side of the Coin plainly and openly illustrates the teaching of the Word of Faith concerning faith, the Deity of Jesus, the cross, sickness and the believer, prosperity and God's will concerning it...plus much more.

Both Sides of the Same Coin

Author: Damian C. Dike

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 1496982002

Category: Fiction

Page: 423

View: 2174


John and Lucas are Siamese twin brothers from an African mother and a European father. Lucas is missing but is adopted by a wealthy European family, and he becomes a prominent judge. John lives with his parents in a black neighborhood; he becomes a community leader and leads his subjects in confrontation with his brother and the allies.

The Haunting of the Coin

Author: Monica Banks

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1450035434

Category: Fiction

Page: 369

View: 3113


A clairvoyant child, Sarah Hokasen, and a shopkeeper, Keiko Yamamoto, become intertwined in the paranormal world by the disappearance of Aiko Ikenaga, a pregnant woman in the village. Sarah unknowingly lashes out on people who harm her and torment her because she is of American-Japanese decent. She soon catches on to what she is capable of and wishes her powers to increase. Keiko struggles to see the signs that a spirit keeps leaving, and the spirit begins to channel his thoughts through Sarah. With the spirit world guiding Keiko, she is able to help Aiko. On the other hand, a benevolent spirit tries to force Sarah to the dark side of the paranormal and doing so, he targets Sarah’s mother.

The Other Side of the Coin: The Queen, the Dresser and the Wardrobe

Author: Angela Kelly

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 0008564310

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 598

View: 5079


Platinum Jubilee edition ‘Full of gems ... Angela Kelly is a jewel in the crown’ Daily Telegraph ‘Entertaining and beautifully illustrated’ The Sunday Times ‘For real intel, [The Crown] can’t come close to The Other Side of the Coin by Angela Kelly’ The New York Times

Coins and Power in Late Iron Age Britain

Author: John Creighton

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1139431722

Category: Social Science

Page: 249

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Cunobelin, Shakespeare's Cymbeline, ruled much of south-east Britain in the years before Claudius' legions arrived, creating the Roman province of Britannia. But what do we know of him and his rule, and that of competing dynasties in south-east Britain? This book examines the background to these, the first individuals in British history. It explores the way in which rulers bolstered their power through the use of imagery on coins, myths, language and material culture. After the visit of Caesar in 55 and 54 BC, the shadow of Rome played a fundamental role in this process. Combining the archaeological, literary and numismatic evidence, John Creighton paints a vivid picture of how people in late Iron Age Britain reacted to the changing world around them.

The Perfection of Freedom

Author: D. C. Schindler

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1620321823

Category: Philosophy

Page: 440

View: 4472


The Perfection of Freedom seeks to respond to the impoverished conventional notion of freedom through a recovery of an understanding rich with possibilities yet all but forgotten in contemporary thought. This understanding, developed in different but complementary ways in the German thinkers Schiller, Schelling, and Hegel, connects freedom, not exclusively with power and possibility, but rather most fundamentally with completion, wholeness, and actuality. What is unique here is specifically the interpretation of freedom in terms of form, whether it be aesthetic form (Schiller), organic form (Schelling), or social form (Hegel). Although this book presents serious criticisms of the three philosophers, it shows that they open up new avenues for reflection on the notion of freedom; avenues that promise to overcome many of the dichotomies that continue to haunt contemporary thought--for example, between freedom and order, freedom and nature, and self and other. The Perfection of Freedom offers not only a significantly new interpretation of Schiller, Schelling, and Hegel, it also proposes a modernity more organically rooted in the ancient and classical Christian worlds.

Rulers of the Darkness

Author: Harry Turtledove

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0575121173

Category: Fiction

Page: 691

View: 8045


In his previous 'Darkness' books - Into the Darkness, Darkness Descending, and Through the Darkness - bestselling author Harry Turtledove has been telling an epic tale of a world at war; a dark mirror of the terrible wars of our own twentieth century, set in a world where battles are fought with magic rather than technology. Imagine the drama and terror of the Second World War in such a place. The death, the destruction, the sheer scale of the horror is the same - but the bullets are beams of eldritch fire, the tanks are great horned and taloned beasts, and fighters and bombers are dragons raining fire upon their targets. This is the world of the Derlavaian continent, a world that is slowly but surely being conquered, mile after bloody mile, by the forces of the Algarvian Empire... forces whose most terrible battle magics are powered by the slaughter of innocent people. In this, the forth volume of the series, following on from Through the Darkness, the war for the future of Derlavai builds towards its crescendo as the mages of Kuusamo, aided by their former rivals from Lagoas, work desperately to create a newer form of magic. Magic of unprecedented destructive power. Magic that will change the course of the future.

Coin of Gold

Author: Linda E. Edwards

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781462838929

Category: Fiction

Page: 234

View: 7127


A small boy finds a coin in the aftermath of a severe storm. He takes it home to his mother, but does not recognize what it is. She does not either. She shows it to her husband, thinking it may be an old army coat button. He recognizes it and pretends not to. He tells her he lost it somewhere. His girlfriend tells her other boyfriend about the coin. He tries to steal it under the state antiquities act. The jeweler to whom he showed the coin, casually mentions it to his down on luck cousin, who is fired up by the thought of buried treasure. This leads to tragedy on a small Caribbean island, where tales El Dorado have haunted explorers from Columbus to present day diggers on the beach. Police corruption is the backdrop against which the drama is played out.

How To Clear The Negative Ego

Author: Joshua Stone

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1469716585

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 276

View: 2760


There is no more important lesson in life to understand, then it is your thoughts that create your reality! Your thoughts create your feelings, emotions, behavior and what you attract and magnetize into your life. Many people think that we see with our eyes. The truth is we see through our consciousness, minds and belief system! There are in truth only two philosophies and feelings and emotions in life. The philosophy and feeling of fear, and the philosophy and feeling of Love. The key to realizing God is to only think and feel from your Love based/Spiritual/Christ/Buddha mind. This is why the Bible states, "Let this mind be in you that was in Christ Jesus!" It is by mastering our mind that all negative feeling and emotions can be released and one can learn to live in self mastery, centeredness, unconditional love, joy, peace, forgiveness, nonjudgmentalness and equanimity at all times!