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This is a colorful story about a woman who was able to live a full life. Helene Zulgadar was a one of a kind. She was able to travel to different countries and held different types of job before becoming the fourth wife of Aliyar Bey. Follow her journey as she puts down her thoughts into one memorable diary.
Imagine meeting the love of your life and everything is going great, until it's too late. Finding yourself trapped into a marriage you can't seem to get out of. From lies and turmoil to triumph, MeMe found a way out to find her true self. Discover the powerful story about the dangers of a narcissistic relationship.
Anne of Cleves was the fourth wife of Henry VIII. Why was it that Henry embarked on this unsuccessful marriage in 1540? Unfortunately for Henry, many possible brides were understandably hesitant to marry a man notorious for his treatment of his previous wives. Because no woman emerged as the obvious choice, Thomas Cromwell's assessment of the religious and political pressures of the late 1530s led him to suggest one of the two daughters of the Duke of Cleves as a prospective bride. Anne was chosen, largely on the basis of her portrait and, once the idea was formed, Cromwell, in this typically thorough fashion, set about making it a reality. As a result, Anne quickly travelled to England to be Henry's new queen. After a brief reign of just six months, she was "a queen unqueened" - divorced, wealthy and independent. This book deals with her years of independence.
"You were once given a helmet." "A helmet?" The Traveler thought for a long moment. "Yes, Soterion-the defender," he affirmed. "You must learn to wear it in battle," instructed the Preacher. "You take so many blows to your soul because your intellect is open to the enemy." "When am I in battle?" Ishi shook him gently. "Every day is a battle, Traveler! Take every thought captive, remember? Salvation is forever, and yet the need for it occurs in the daily battlefield. You must work it out with reverential fear and trembling. Wear your helmet, Traveler!" Fourth in the Jewels of Earth saga, this novel sends the Traveler careening through human history, searching for the mysterious Omnipoint. He must find it! His supernatural guardian has warned him that beyond was only utter and eternal darkness. Meanwhile, the black magic of the Cabala is distorting reality around him, humanity is dominated by animal compromises, and his immortal enemies seek his life. Is the beautiful unicorn shadowing his every move a fellow traveler or a dangerous deception? How can any of this be human history-his history-your history? Wear your helmet, Traveler!
Bestseller John James returns with this witty, serpentine novel, which weaves the Arthurian legends into the wider fabric of the struggle for Europe. Gwenevere, Arthur's Saxon wife, is a problem. As the dynastic cement between the British and the Saxons, her marriage to Arthur will result in a child that will unite both sides. At least, that would have been the plan, had the Great Duke Arthur not died and left the petty kings of Britain to squabble over his title. Only Morvran, Arthur's chief fixer, has the wit to see that the Fourth Gwenevere is the key to maintaining a crumbling peace. But when she is abducted, it seems that all hopes might disappear with her. For, in a world where swords and horses have names of honour, where poets speak as oracles of a shifting truth and the raiding of Saxon warriors is set to ruin Britain, perhaps it's only the Fourth Gwenevere herself who has the real solution? *THIS EDITION CONTAINS BONUS MATERIAL*
An extraordinary story of forbidden love, set against the background of the Mexican Revolution.
Mr. A. Markham Gillespie was a most unique individual in that his self-image and his self-esteem were on equal terms with each other. He truly thought others believed him to be the superior person he believed himself to be. This fact would have come as a surprise to the townspeople, however, since A. Markham Gillespie was the most despised man in town. His first wife, Juliette, had been the love of his life. As for wives #2 and #3, the less said about them the better as far as he was concerned! It was his fourth wife, Kimberly, who accomplished what A. Markham had failed to accomplish. She was, perhaps, his real legacy to the citizens of Kohlgreitz.

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