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Posted by: trojan-killer at Yesterday, 2:14 pm in Mystery/Thriller

The Belial Series, Books 1-3 by R.D. Brady
Requirements: .ePUB .MOBI .AZW3 Reader | 3.1 MB
Overview: R.D. Brady is an American writer who grew up on Long Island, NY but has made her home in both the South and Midwest before settling in upstate New York. On her way to becoming a full-time writer, R.D. received a Ph.D. in Criminology and taught for ten years at a small liberal arts college.
Genre: Mystery Thriller Supernatural

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Posted by: HabibHabli at Yesterday, 2:12 pm in Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

Teutonic Religion: Folk Beliefs & Practices of the Northern Tradition by Kveldulf Gundarsson
Requirements: any PDF reader, 2.5 MB
Overview: This complete guide to Teutonic religion combines the religious and traditional lore of the Germanic people with practical instructions for following this pathway in the modern world, complete with rituals designed for both group and solo practice and a comprehensive account of Germanic god/dess-lore and folk traditions. Learn to make historically accurate clothing, jewelry, brewing mead and more.
Genre: Beliefs, Religion

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Posted by: trojan-killer at Yesterday, 2:11 pm in Mystery/Thriller

The Belial Series, Books 4-7 by R.D. Brady
Requirements: .ePUB .MOBI .AZW3 Reader | 3.2 MB
Overview: R.D. Brady is an American writer who grew up on Long Island, NY but has made her home in both the South and Midwest before settling in upstate New York. On her way to becoming a full-time writer, R.D. received a Ph.D. in Criminology and taught for ten years at a small liberal arts college.
Genre: Mystery Thriller Supernatural

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Posted by: kapakli at Yesterday, 2:07 pm in Biographies & Memoirs

Remembering the Magic: More Stories of Our Walt Disney World Careers by Suzanne Ogren, R.J. Ogren, Bob McLain (Editor), Bev Bergeron (Foreword)
Requirements: ePUB Reader, AZW Reader, 3.68 MB
Overview: When R.J. and Suzanne Ogren "remember the magic" of Walt Disney World,

they're not remembering their trips to the most magical place on earth, they're remembering their jobs: Suzanne as a character performer, R.J. as an artist. Their backstage stories are like none you've ever read before.

How do the ghosts, pirates, bears, presidents, jungle animals, and all the other audio-animatronic figures in the Magic Kingdom look as flawless today as they did when the park first opened, in 1971? Disney employs an on-site team of artists to inspect and repair every figure equipped with motion and sound, in every attraction, as well as all of the sets, murals, and props.

R.J. Ogren joined the Magic Kingdom's mischievous, prank-playing team of artists in the 1970s. He survived nearly drowning in the Jungle Cruise; an oil-spewing, country-singing bear in Country Bear Jamboree; runaway ghosts in Haunted Mansion; and many other close encounters of the magical kind, armed only with his paint brushes, scrapers, and black-light paint.

Along with his wife, Suzannne, who worked as a character performer and later in the Entertainment Department of the Magic Kingdom, R.J. counts his time spent as a Walt Disney World cast member as some of the best years of his life.

His and Suzanne's stories are sure to make you laugh, such as the time R.J. discovered Lincoln's monkey paw in the Hall of Presidents, and maybe even shed a tear. With a foreword by legendary Diamond Horseshoe Revue performer Bev Bergeron!
Genre: Biographies & Memoirs > Travelers & Explorers

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Posted by: HabibHabli at Yesterday, 2:05 pm in Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

Metaphysical Presuppositions of Being-in-the-World: A Confrontation Between St. Thomas Aquinas and Martin Heidegger by Caitlin Smith Gilson
Requirements: any PDF reader, 1.3 MB
Overview: The Metaphysical Presuppositions of Being-in-the-World brings St. Thomas Aquinas and Martin Heidegger into dialogue and argues for the necessity of Christian philosophy. Through the confrontation of Heideggerian and Thomist thought, it offers an original and comprehensive rethinking of the nature of temporality and the origins of metaphysical inquiry.
The book is a careful treatment of the inception and deterioration of the four-fold presuppositions of Thomistic metaphysics: intentionality, causality, finitude, ananke stenai. The analysis of the four-fold has never before been done and it is a central and original contribution of Gilson's book. The four-fold penetrates the issues between the phenomenological approach and the metaphysical vision to arrive at their core and irreconcilable difference. Heidegger’s attempt to utilize the fourfold to extrude theology from ontology provides the necessary interpretive impetus to revisit the radical and often misunderstood metaphysics of St. Thomas, through such problems as aeviternity, non-being and tragedy.
Genre: Philosophy

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Posted by: Lucas234 at Yesterday, 2:03 pm in History

World War II Allied Nursing Services by Martin Brayley
Requirements: Any PDF Reader, 2.4 MB
Overview: The skill and care of the women of the Allied military nursing services was remembered gratefully by hundreds of thousands of wounded servicemen. The small peacetime services increased rapidly by enrolling reservists and volunteers; the great majority of the nurses who cared for Allied casualties were 'civilians in uniform', who worked tirelessly under difficult conditions and - in tented hospitals close to the front lines - in real danger; many nurses paid for their devotion with their lives. This first-ever fully illustrated study of the US, British, Commonwealth, and other nursing organisations includes many unpublished photographs and 24 meticulously illustrated colour figures.
Genre: Non-fiction, History

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Posted by: kapakli at Yesterday, 2:03 pm in Educational

The Case Against the Modern World: A Crash Course in Traditionalist Thought by Daniel Schwindt
Requirements: ePUB Reader, MOBI Reader, AZW Reader, 1.19 MB
Overview: "The Case Against the Modern World" is a crash course in Traditionalist thought. Through its pages, ideas and arguments are presented which call into question all of the unconscious dogmas of contemporary society. One by one--from liberty, equality, and free speech to war, sex, and capitalism--none of the prejudices of the 21st century are spared. Each section (there are 5) is divided into separate arguments, beginning with a thesis--usually a quote from a well-known and reputable source--followed by an elucidation of the thesis. Sources include Alexis de Tocqueville, Bertrand de Jouvenel, Walt Whitman, C.S. Lewis, and many others. The only way to think critically about the pressing issues of the day is to break beyond those preconceptions which limit our problem-solving efforts to the status quo. The Case Against the Modern World is an attempt to enable readers to get past the stale impotence of the conventional wisdom. [Sections are available individually on Kindle]
Genre: Philosophy > Political

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Posted by: trojan-killer at Yesterday, 2:02 pm in Sci-Fi/Fantasy

Ignifer's War by Michael John Grist (Ignifer Cycle Book 2)
Requirements: .ePUB Reader | 389 kb
Overview: The apocalypse came to Ignifer's city. The whole world was destroyed, and nothing at all is left.
But something is. A lone figure watched the end of the world from the safety of his white room, and now there's a mysterious figure growing in his wall, with whom the fate of all the corpse worlds rests.
For a war is coming, more massive than any ever waged. Avia's wildest visions will be realized one step at a time. New heroes will rise, old heroes will return, and together they will bring the greatest army ever known to battle under Saint Ignifer's banner, with all the million worlds at stake.
Genre: Science Fiction

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