A stunning and revealing historical rediscovery of an enigmatic ancient people. A people wrangled away from their simple lifestyle with promises of a luxurious future from a mysterious stranger. While cautiously following him on their difficult journey to prosperity, they are instead mercilessly pummeled into hardened, battle-ready soldiers to annihilate six unsuspecting nations. How could they escape this destiny with destruction against one who possessed superior weaponry, aptitude, and intelligence? Follow this lost tribe as a leader emerges and devises an unbelievably cunning plan to save his people. A plan so remarkable it had never been heard of before, nor tried since. The author utilizes actual dialogue and accounts from ancient texts. His meticulous research, striking analysis, and hard-hitting conclusions take the reader to forbidden places no author heretofore has dared reveal. Continue the discovery of the ancient world with an amazing, thought-provoking encounter by means of a strange creature in the forest. An encounter historically confirmed by ancient Greek, Babylonian, Canaanite, Roman, and Hebrew sources, as well as the Holy Bible. Inspired by this enlightenment in the forest, the leader learns how to disguise his written accounts so that his leather parchments would survive while so many other ancient writings have been barbarically destroyed. The First Supper delivers an understanding into how the world would become so violent in those ancient days, making the bloody sacrifices of Christianity's Last Supper necessary. Who was this leader who boldly changed the course of the world? Why has history forgotten his name and deeds? With this rediscovery of true and accurate ancient writings, the original story's meaning is beautifully reassembled. For the first time in over 3,000 years, the truths within the ancient's coded texts are revealed.
One thing every writer wants is the opportunity to improve their craft, to hone their skills, and create the most dazzling prose possible. "The Writer's Tune-up Manual" is just what you need. Maybe you've been away from the game for a while, struggle with a certain aspect of writing, or perhaps you just want to put your skills up on the rack and give them a good tuning. Filled with 35 targeted exercises and inspirational quotes from established writers, "The Writer's Tune-up Manual" will help you do all these things by expanding your writing savvy in five specific areas: Character Development, Dialogue, Point of View, Description and Setting, and Plot. The exercises in "The Writer's Tune-up Manual" are more than just writing prompts; you can find those anywhere. No, "The Manual" gives you a real opportunity to flex your literary muscles by laying out detailed, often difficult assignments. Nobody said that becoming the best writer you can would be easy, so roll up your sleeves, flex your fingers, and get ready to take your writing to a whole new level! (The Kindle version of this book is approximately 75 pages in length, while the print version contains pages for notation.)
Mechanical Circulatory Support, by Drs. Robert L. Kormos and Leslie W. Miller, provides the clinically relevant information you need to effectively use this therapy to treat and manage end-stage cardiovascular disease. In this Companion to Braunwald's Heart Disease, the world's most prominent experts in mechanical circulatory support (MCS) cover basic science, device construction, clinical applications, socioeconomic implications, future directions, and more. Stay on top of hot topics - including innovative devices like continuous flow pumps, next-generation centrifugal pumps, and total artificial hearts; MCS for pediatric and congenital heart disease; cellular, molecular, genomic, and functional changes that occur in the failing heart in response to MCS; and Interagency Registry of Mechanically Assisted Circulatory Support (INTERMACS) as a tool to track and advance clinical practice. You'll also have access the fully searchable text online at www.expertconsult.com.
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Thomas Watson was an English Puritan who became a well renowned preacher and author during his time, and his writings are still widely read today. As vicar of St. Stephen's Walbrook, Watson became famous and popular as a preacher until the Restoration, which found him removed from his position. Among his writings are All Things for Good (originally published asA Divine Cordial), The Ten Commandments, and more.
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