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Kapllani's prose pushes the reader "Beyond the Edge" as the title indicates, beyond reasoning where there is not human justice. He portrays emotions of anguish and despair in its rawest form. Truly a heart-wrenching expositions. The narrative presents stark realism of a world of injustice where justice and reasoning are not the norm. A truly gripping and passionate account where love and spirituality hold the reader breathlessly to the final starting conclusion. Maria Pia Marchelletta
Through an insightful look at projects from around the world and at the current design proposals for New York itself, the author paints a portrait of redevelopment that is both pragmatic and visionary, one that holds the promise of reconnecting New Yorkers to their waterfront as a vital place of work and of public life."--BOOK JACKET.
Experience the joy of sharing the gospel with people who are hearing it for the first time. Be amazed at the miraculous move of God in His people’s lives. Weep over the martyrdom of missionaries for the cause of Christ See how God is using WEC international to carry out the vision of founder C.T. Studd to reach all peoples with the gospel.
Two very different women in their mid-thirties and a fifteen year-old boy in a south London setting - what links these characters? Eileen, from a strict Catholic upbringing, outwardly vivacious but with terrible secrets from her past, and her best friend Vilde, a much cooler figure and also a victim of a repressive childhood in her native Norway. Between them stands Vilde's only child Denzil, on the edge between his own troubled childhood and the world of adult awareness. Bullied at school but a dreamer with artistic ambitions, how will he rise to the challenges that fate has in store for him and the two people closest to him? Alexander Hall grew up in a military family, living in different locations around Europe. After earning a PhD at Cambridge, he spent much of his working life in Germany and currently divides his time between two homes in London and Hamburg. Beyond the Edge is his first book and he is already working on a second. Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/AlexanderHall
Some truths are better left unfound. In the far future, humanity settles the stars, bioengineering its descendants to survive in a harsh universe. This is the fourth book in the science fiction series, The Backworlds. A space opera adventure. For two years Craze’s dear friend, Lepsi, has been missing. The murmurings of a haunted spaceship might be a message and may mean his old pal isn’t dead. The possibility spurs Craze and Captain Talos into space to uncharted worlds. Searching an unfamiliar region of the galaxy beyond the Backworlds, they stumble upon a terrible truth. Meanwhile, Rainly remains on Pardeep Station as acting planetlord, dealing with the discovery of her man’s dark and brutal past. Alone and questioning her judgment, her introspection unlocks more than heartache. Latent protocols in her cybernetics activate, forcing her to face a sinister secret of her own.
Jesus calls his disciples to follow him, but where does he lead us? Responding to Jesus' summons, we find ourselves leaving familiar certainties and securities behind as we step out boldly in faith. Old boundaries dissolve as we are led into liminal spaces - exhilarating situations, new places of discovery and radical spiritual growth. In such experiences Christ reveals himself to us anew. The place of risk is the threshold of the divine. Beyond the Edge is for people who wish to go deeply into the spiritual life, for spiritual directors, and for those who walk with others on their prayer journey. It can be used individually or in groups.
The story of Jason and the Argonauts and Homer's tales of Ulysses' wanderings are among the greatest of the ancient epics, but they are not merely fiction. Following the clues in the classical texts, Mauricio Obregón here maps the likely routes of these adventurers and reveals the remaining traces of the things and places they describe, re-creating the geographical discovery of the ancient world. Obregón takes us with him on his reenactments of the hazardous adventures of Jason, sailing east along the coast of the Black Sea, and of Ulysses, sailing clockwise around the Mediterranean. These voyages map the two major seas of the ancient era and help us understand how the Greeks viewed their world — including the many startling deductions they were able to make about it (such as the circumference of the earth) from what today seems like limited knowledge. Obregón has also traced the voyages depicted in the Norse legends, followed adventurous Muslims on southern journeys, and emulated the Polynesians who managed to traverse the seemingly limitless Pacific. He scrutinizes every detail of sailing in ancient times, such as the mechanics of navigation: The stars, for example, which the mariners took as their guides, were not in the positions that we see them in today, a crucial fact in re-creating past voyages. This wonderful book contains more than forty drawings and photographs, including depictions of the explorers' ships based on the descriptions in the literature that has come down to us, the facts hidden in the fiction, from ancient times.

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