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Bad Days

Bad Days

Author: A S Kelly
Publisher:
ISBN: 1723437220
Pages: 274
Year: 2018-07-26
Jason Lee is the friend everyone would like to have. He's loyal, sensitive and generous and kind to those he loves. He has dedicated himself completely to his work at the pub that he manages with his friends, who have by now become a second family to him. He is trying to make sense out of a life that is damaged by loss and pain, closing himself into his safe haven of a world that is far removed from his previous suffering, and he is determined not to lose any more than he already has. Alex McBride returns to Dublin, having been away for five years. She finds her old house, goes to places familiar to her when she grew up there with her friends, but nothing is like it used to be. Coming back is never easy, especially if your absence is responsible for the slow destruction of someone else's life, someone you had hoped to forget but who actually remained exactly where he was, like an open wound that continues to bleed. Jason and Alex find each other together again after a long separation: they've been friends, confidants and conspirators but now they're forced to reconcile a past that has never stopped hurting and a future impossible for them to live out together, because there's something that could separate them, and this time, they might be parted forever. Bad Days is a complete standalone and a part of the Four Days Series
Sweet Days

Sweet Days

Author: A. S. Kelly
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1717273327
Pages: 260
Year: 2018-04-23
Patrick Doyle is a rude, selfish and cynical man, but for his friends and family, he'd do anything. His dream of pursuing music came to an abrupt halt after a car accident involving those he loves most in the world after which he dedicated himself to working full time in the pub he manages with his childhood buddies, keeping his distance from love or any other kind of bind. Erin O'Neill is a bright young woman with her future well planned: she's about to graduate, she's got a part-time job in Patrick's pub and the perfect boyfriend until the unexpected happens, upsetting her life and turning all her well-laid plans upside down, leaving her alone and desperate. Patrick isn't the kind of guy to get caught up in other people's problems, especially if it involves a damsel in distress, but he can't help coming to her aid and finds himself catapulted into her life against his will-even if he would like to maybe be part of that life-even if that means getting hurt, and hurting her too. Because Patrick destroys everything he touches. Sweet Days is a complete standalone and a part of the Four Days Series.
The Works of John Adams Vol. 3

The Works of John Adams Vol. 3

Author: John Adams
Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag
ISBN: 3849648192
Pages: 407
Year: 2015-11-20
John Adams was the second President of the United States, ruling the country from 1797 to 1801, and one of the Founding Fathers. He was also a major leader of American independence from Great Britain. This is volume three out of ten of his works, this book containing a part of his diary, an autobiography and essays. The text is annotated with more than 200 endnotes.
Giant Days #40

Giant Days #40

Author: John Allison
Publisher: Boom! Studios
ISBN: 1641442808
Pages: 32
Year: 2018-07-18
Ed Gemmel returns to Sheffield after a summer spent healing bones and also his heart. Esther does her best to welcome him back, but neither of them have forgotten his drunken confession.
A History of the Peninsular War Vol.3 (of 7)

A History of the Peninsular War Vol.3 (of 7)

Author: Charles Oman
Publisher: AT THE CLARENDON PRESS
ISBN:
Pages: 368
Year:
This, the third volume of the History of the Peninsular War, covers a longer period than either of its predecessors, extending over the sixteen months from Wellington’s arrival at Badajoz on his retreat from Talavera (Sept. 3, 1809) to the deadlock in front of Santarem (Dec. 1810), which marked the end of Masséna’s offensive campaign in Portugal. It thus embraces the central crisis of the whole war, the arrival of the French in front of the Lines of Torres Vedras and their first short retreat, after they had realized the impossibility of forcing that impregnable barrier to their advance. The retreat that began at Sobral on the night of Nov. 14, 1810, was to end at Toulouse on April 11, 1814. The armies of the Emperor were never able to repeat the experiment of 1810, and to assume a general and vigorous offensive against Wellington and Portugal. In 1811 they were on the defensive, despite of certain local and partial attempts to recover their lost initiative. In 1812 they had to abandon half Spain—Andalusia, Estremadura, Asturias, La Mancha, and much more,—despite of Wellington’s temporary check before Burgos. In 1813 they were swept across the Pyrenees and the Bidassoa; in 1814 they were fighting a losing game in their own land. Rightly then may Masséna’s retreat to Santarem be called the beginning of the end—though it was not for a full year more that Wellington’s final offensive commenced, with the investment of Ciudad Rodrigo on Jan. 8, 1812. The campaign of Bussaco and Torres Vedras, therefore, marked the turning-point of the whole war, and I have endeavoured to set forth its meaning in full detail, devoting special care to the explanation of Wellington’s triple device for arresting the French advance—his combination of the system of devastation, of the raising of the levée en masse in Portugal, and of the construction of great defensive lines in front of Lisbon. Each of these three measures would have been incomplete without the other two. For the Lines of Torres Vedras might not have saved Portugal and Europe from the domination of Napoleon, if the invading army had not been surrounded on all sides by the light screen of irregular troops, which cut its communications, and prevented it from foraging far afield. Nor would Masséna have been turned back, if the land through which he had advanced had been left unravaged, and if every large village had contained enough food to subsist a brigade for a day or a battalion for a week. The preparations, the advance, and the retreat of Masséna cover about half of this volume. The rest of it is occupied with the operations of the French in Northern, Eastern, and Southern Spain—operations which seemed decisive at the moment, but which turned out to be mere side-issues in the great contest. For Soult’s conquest of Andalusia, and Suchet’s victories in Aragon, Catalonia, and Valencia only distracted the imperial generals from their central task—the expulsion of Wellington and his army from the Peninsula. Most readers will, I think, find a good deal of new information in the accounts of the siege of Gerona and the battle of Ocaña. The credit due to Alvarez for the defence of the Catalonian city has never been properly set forth before in any English history, nor have the details of Areizaga’s miserable campaign in La Mancha been fully studied. In particular, the composition and strength of his army have never before been elucidated, and Appendices V, VI of this volume consist of absolutely unpublished documents. To be continue in this ebook...
Uniforms of Russian army in the XVIII century - Vol. 3

Uniforms of Russian army in the XVIII century - Vol. 3

Author: Aleksandr Vasilevich Viskovatov, Luca Stefano Cristini
Publisher: Soldiershop Publishing
ISBN: 8893272431
Pages: 170
Year: 2017-04-27
Compiled at Saint Petersburg during the year from 1837 and 1851, the Historical Description of the Clothing and Arms of the Russian Army has had an enormous impact and great importance for the study on the history of Russian costume and uniformology development over the past centuries . There is various ancient editions of the work, Mark Conrad’s translation is the first and the better to remain true to the original structure and essential style of the text. Conrad’s comprehensive translation is an indispensable resource for today's historian, strategists, and scholars. The Viskovatov’s enormous work is based on a great quantity of archival documents and contains four thousand colored and b/w illustrations. It is composed by 30 or 34 volumes (1st edition 1-30, St. Petersburg, 1841-62, and 2nd edition Vols. 1-34, St. Petersburg - Novosibirsk - Leningrad, 1899-1948). The topics discussed start from the early czars until the late nineteenth century. Soldiershop edition add at this important work several new enriched and colorful plates, which together with the unedited publication in English make this collection extremely interesting !
The Familiar, Volume 1

The Familiar, Volume 1

Author: Mark Z. Danielewski
Publisher: Knopf
ISBN: 0375714952
Pages: 880
Year: 2015-05-12
From the author of the international best seller House of Leaves and National Book Award–nominated Only Revolutions comes a monumental new novel as dazzling as it is riveting. The Familiar (Volume 1) ranges from Mexico to Southeast Asia, from Venice, Italy, to Venice, California, with nine lives hanging in the balance, each called upon to make a terrifying choice. They include a therapist-in-training grappling with daughters as demanding as her patients; an ambitious East L.A. gang member contracted for violence; two scientists in Marfa, Texas, on the run from an organization powerful beyond imagining; plus a recovering addict in Singapore summoned at midnight by a desperate billionaire; and a programmer near Silicon Beach whose game engine might unleash consequences far exceeding the entertainment he intends. At the very heart, though, is a twelve-year-old girl named Xanther who one rainy day in May sets out with her father to get a dog, only to end up trying to save a creature as fragile as it is dangerous . . . which will change not only her life and the lives of those she has yet to encounter, but this world, too—or at least the world we think we know and the future we take for granted. (With full-color illustrations throughout.) Like the print edition, this eBook contains a complex image-based layout. It is most readable on e-reading devices with larger screen sizes.
Rainy Days

Rainy Days

Author: A. S. Kelly
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1979094799
Pages: 308
Year: 2017-10-30
Tormented rock star Liam O'Reilly left Dublin and achieved success, hoping to build a new life, free from the demons of his past. Now that seems he's got everything he ever wanted, why isn't he happy? Is it because he's realized that the most important thing in his life is the promise that he never kept? Sensitive and damaged Rain O'Donovan lives with her brother and his friends in a tiny seaside town north of Dublin. Once a popular and lively schoolteacher, a car accident has wrecked her life, so that her only pleasure is walking in the rain, and her world revolves around mundane tasks, devoid of hope for the future. The amnesia around the time of the accident that changed everything means that her struggle with life is a day-to-day torture, and, more than anything else, she longs for answers. When Liam returns to his home town after his two-year absence, he's determined to try to make amends for the terrible mistakes he made. But is it too late to put things right? Rainy Days is a complete standalone and a part of the Four Days Series.
The Athenæum

The Athenæum

Author:
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages:
Year: 1887

Fables: Legends in exile

Fables: Legends in exile

Author: Bill Willingham, Lan Medina
Publisher: Vertigo
ISBN:
Pages: 128
Year: 2002-12-01
Follows the adventures of storybook and nursery rhyme characters who live side-by-side with humans.

The Day of the Jackal

The Day of the Jackal

Author: Frederick Forsyth
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101604670
Pages: 432
Year: 2012-09-04
THE CLASSIC THRILLER FROM #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR FREDERICK FORSYTH “The Day of the Jackal makes such comparable books such as The Manchurian Candidate and The Spy Who Came in from the Cold seem like Hardy Boy mysteries.”—The New York Times The Jackal. A tall, blond Englishman with opaque, gray eyes. A killer at the top of his profession. A man unknown to any secret service in the world. An assassin with a contract to kill the world's most heavily guarded man. One man with a rifle who can change the course of history. One man whose mission is so secretive not even his employers know his name. And as the minutes count down to the final act of execution, it seems that there is no power on earth that can stop the Jackal.
Flash Vol. 3: Rogues Reloaded

Flash Vol. 3: Rogues Reloaded

Author: Joshua Williamson
Publisher: DC Comics
ISBN: 1401279902
Pages: 168
Year: 2017-08-01
ItÕs the long-awaited throw-down with the most colorful Rogues Gallery in comics, from the acclaimed creative team of Joshua Williamson and Carmine Di Giandomenico, in THE FLASH VOL. 3: ROGUES RELOADED! Captain Cold. Mirror Master. Golden Glider. Weather Wizard. Heat Wave. TheyÕre five of Central CityÕs most wanted. TheyÕre the FlashÕs greatest enemies. TheyÕre the RoguesÉand theyÕve gone quiet. Too quiet. The moment the Flash starts investigating their disappearance, their plan clicks into place. ItÕs a deadly cat-and-mouse game that will have the Fastest Man Alive on the run across the globeÑand close to home. Is the Scarlet Speedster fast enough to stop five diabolical crimes? Even if he is, can he and Wally WestÑKid FlashÑsurvive the secrets they uncover about WallyÕs father, the Reverse-Flash, and the last man to see him aliveÉRogue veteran turned Suicide Squad recruit Captain Boomerang? Collects THE FLASH #14-20.
Rust Vol. 3

Rust Vol. 3

Author: Royden Lepp
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1608868966
Pages: 192
Year: 2017-10-03
While searching for his place in the Taylor family, Jet, the rocket boy, must face his past and avoid Oswald's plot to rid the farm of him.
The Politics of Upheaval

The Politics of Upheaval

Author: Arthur M. Schlesinger
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0547524250
Pages: 768
Year: 2003-07-09
The Politics of Upheaval, 1935-1936, volume three of Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and biographer Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.’s Age of Roosevelt series, concentrates on the turbulent concluding years of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s first term. A measure of economic recovery revived political conflict and emboldened FDR’s critics to denounce “that man in the White house.” To his left were demagogues — Huey Long, Father Coughlin, and Dr. Townsend. To his right were the champions of the old order — ex-president Herbert Hoover, the American Liberty League, and the august Supreme Court. For a time, the New Deal seemed to lose its momentum. But in 1935 FDR rallied and produced a legislative record even more impressive than the Hundred Days of 1933 — a set of statutes that transformed the social and economic landscape of American life. In 1936 FDR coasted to reelection on a landslide. Schlesinger has his usual touch with colorful personalities and draws a warmly sympathetic portrait of Alf M. Landon, the Republican candidate of 1936.