The Last of His Kind Omnibus Edition

But the stones differed in that the interface to the computing function was only
possible using the telepathic power of the High Lords. Due to her developing
mental powers Anna was able to use the computing portion of her stone to some
extent ...

The Last of His Kind  Omnibus Edition

Author: Richard Buttars

Publisher: Richard Buttars

ISBN: 1621090116

Page: 147

View: 688

This volume combines The Last of His Kind and A New Beginning into a single volume. Book 1 - The Last of His Kind The planet Venda has been destroyed, the surface seared and the atmosphere blasted away as a result of the final assault by the alien Morro. Of all the inhabitants of Venda there was only one survivor of the devastated planet, Mev Van Zehe, away serving in the Interstellar Republic Space Navy. Book 2 - A New Beginning The tale of Mev Van Zehe, the last High Lord of Venda continues as he and his companions strike out on their own. They construct their own ship and set off on a journey of discovery across the galaxy.

Eye of the Storm Omnibus Edition

Do you have any idea how many of those brought down here have the power to
render Gabriel useless? None. ... Two Tridents flew down the stone steps and
hurtled forward, throwing their bodies right into her cage so it teetered and she
fell ...

Eye of the Storm  Omnibus Edition

Author: Dianna Hardy

Publisher: Bitten Fruit Books / Satin Smoke Press

ISBN:

Page: 884

View: 863

Werewolves living in the Surrey Hills battle with deadly family secrets, an unforgiving ancient mythology, and monsters - human and created - striving for species dominance. One hell of a storm is coming. When all hangs in the balance, what do you sacrifice for the future you want? Emotional, humorous and highly erotic in places, this is dark paranormal fantasy, not for the faint of heart.

Clovel Sword Chronicles Omnibus Edition

The ground shook when struck by the ray, sending up huge chunks of stone
while the monsters instinctively tried to throw up their arms in ... Uolven's mineral
body instantly dissolved, the power overwhelming the spell which kept his spirit.

Clovel Sword Chronicles  Omnibus Edition

Author: Gordon Brewer

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1945590211

Page: 680

View: 380

The entire 3 Clovel Sword Chronicles in one book.

A Legacy Of Honour

The Omnibus Edition Elizabeth Moon. than her finer carving. But some could not
sense the stone's inner grain, and wore out their power on cuts that led nowhere,
mere slits in the stone, while others could not score even a nail's path in the ...

A Legacy Of Honour

Author: Elizabeth Moon

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0748113010

Page: 912

View: 571

In a future age, Gird will be known as the patron saint of warriors. And although he inspired legend, he was once just a man with a cause. Poverty, fear and anger shaped Gird, as he struggled to survive under an oppressive aristocracy of mageborn magic-wielders. His innate hunger for justice and love for 'his' people have taken him from humble beginnings to leadership of a peasant army. Where reason has failed, it seems the only way to end tyranny is rebellion, with perhaps some help from the gods. But Gird's fondness for drink threatens his mission and his life, as his strengths are tempered with weakness. In his passion to achieve his goals, Gird has also overlooked a great danger in his own camp. He knows his follower Luap is the bastard son of a king. But in spite of Luap's oath to seek no throne and to renounce his mage heritage, he cannot forget his past. And this will shape the Fellowship of Gird in a way no one wanted or predicted.

We Were Gods Omnibus Edition

A vortex here, at one of the two hearts of the world, drew a lot of processing
power. And each point of the cross was a magic-using engine; those strands of
energy were built to consume a shocking quantity of processing power. But the
real trick was the synchronization: ... They slid across the stone floor, only to
wedge in the ...

We Were Gods  Omnibus Edition

Author: Alex Feinman

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 131279870X

Page: 438

View: 550

Don Lucas Ferez, captain of the Border Guard, is tasked with keeping the ancient evils out of the peaceful South. When the Four Old Gods reappear, and slaughter his companion, he is first to sound the alarm. In the real world, Luke Green is at his wit's end. The Four are the main programmers of the world spanning game Luke helped create-and they've found a way to subvert the players rich enough to have an interface implanted in their skulls. Things get real very fast for Luke. He must confront the collision of in-Game politics and real world criminal activity. Entanglements continue as he meets Toni, a hacker in her own right. With her help they take a good look at his relationships, past and present, and start to figure out who they are, and who they want to be. Assuming they survive.

Hawk Queen

Novels by David Gemmell The Drenai series Legend The King Beyond the Gate Waylander Quest For Lost Heroes Waylander II: In the Realm of the Wolf The First Chronicles of Druss the Legend Jon Shannow series Wolf in Shadow The Last Guardian ...

Hawk Queen

Author: David Gemmell

Publisher: Orbit Books

ISBN: 9780356503769

Page: 656

View: 868

After the bloody battle of Colden Moor the warlike highlanders had lost their independence. They lived in surly subservience to the Outlanders, and only a teenage girl survived to represent the line of kings: Sigarni. Sigarni the silver-haired. Huntress. Princess. All of these she was called. But those who pierce the veil of the future knew that a leader was coming to the North - a leader descended from Ironhand, mightiest of the highland kings.

Charles Williams Omnibus War in Heaven Many Dimensions the Place of the Lion Shadows of Ecstasy the Greater Trumps Descent Into Hell All Hallo

This book is an omnibus edition containing the seven novels that Charles Williams wrote as well as a short story that he wrote for the London Mercury: War in Heaven (1930) - The Holy Grail is discovered in a small country parish and becomes ...

Charles Williams Omnibus   War in Heaven  Many Dimensions  the Place of the Lion  Shadows of Ecstasy  the Greater Trumps  Descent Into Hell  All Hallo

Author: Charles Williams

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781781392317

Page: 1068

View: 501

This book is an omnibus edition containing the seven novels that Charles Williams wrote as well as a short story that he wrote for the London Mercury: War in Heaven (1930) - The Holy Grail is discovered in a small country parish and becomes both a sacramental object to protect or a cup of power to exploit. Many Dimensions (1931) - The Stone of Suleiman is illegally acquired from its Islamic guardian in Baghdad and taken to England, it is discovered the stone allows its possessor to transcend the barriers of space and time. The Place of the Lion (1931) - Platonic archetypes begin to appear in an English market town, wreaking havoc and unveiling the spiritual strengths and flaws of the townspeople. Shadows of Ecstasy (1931) - A man discovers that by focusing his energies inward he can extend his life almost indefinitely. He undertakes an experiment using to die and resurrect his own body in order to attain immortality. The Greater Trumps (1932) - The original Tarot is used to unlock immense power, allowing those who possess it to see across space and time, create matter, and create powerful natural storms. Descent into Hell (1937) - An academic fetishizes a woman to the extent that his perversion takes the form of a female demon. The cycle of sin brings about the necessity for redemptive acts. All Hallows' Eve (1945) - Explores the meaning of suffering and empathy by removing the barrier between the living and the dead through both black magic and divine love. Et in Sempiternum Pereant (1935) - In this short story a retired Lord Chief Justice is on a walk in the countryside when he enters a burning house and encounters a troubled spirit on its way to Hell. This is the only tale of this kind that Williams wrote - sketchy in detail but terrifying through implication. Williams was admired by his contemporaries including T. S. Eliot and W. H. Auden, his especially by C. S. Lewis, whose novel That Hideous Strength is considered to be entirely inspired by Williams's work. When he moved to Oxford he participated regularly in Lewis's literary society known as the Inklings. This enabled Williams to read and improve his final published novel, All Hallows' Eve, as well as to hear J. R. R. Tolkien read some of his early drafts of The Lord of the Rings aloud to the group.

The Life and Times of Little Richard

[Richard was adamant this be included in early editions of this book, but has
since repudiated his views on gays. ... With all of the mirrored suits and the
sequins and the stones, going all over the place. ... town to town, city to city, and
from country to country, not knowing that I was directed and commanded by
another power.

The Life and Times of Little Richard

Author: Charles White

Publisher: Omnibus Press

ISBN: 1783230142

Page: 320

View: 806

When Little Richard burst onto the scene in the early 1950s, he sounded like nothing on earth. Drenched in sweat, screaming, hollering and pumping his piano, he made all who followed soud tame. His stage act was so explosive that for years people assumed the real man could never match the flamboyant public image. Here comes Charles White's sensational book exposing the even more astonishing life and times of Richard Wayne Penniman from Macon, Georgia. Illustrated with pictures from Little Richard's own archive and including a comprehensive discography.

Lore of Reaume Omnibus Edition

From the realms of prophecy and reincarnation to the reality of ancient dragons, feathered magicians and Darak Ors, from dreams to the scrying bowl, from thrones to forest clearings, this epic Sci-Fi/Fantasy Omnibus Edition journeys through ...

Lore of Reaume Omnibus Edition

Author: Elaina J Davidson

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 738

View: 392

From the realms of prophecy and reincarnation to the reality of ancient dragons, feathered magicians and Darak Ors, from dreams to the scrying bowl, from thrones to forest clearings, this epic Sci-Fi/Fantasy Omnibus Edition journeys through, and finely weaves, fact and fantasy. Part One includes The Kallanon Scales, and The Nemisin Star.A city of stone is discovered in a place forbidden to all. An ancient map leads them there and it changes the future. Ancient kingdoms are exposed, as well as shadowy spheres of influence.While objects of power come forth to manipulate and threaten, among them the Dragon Taliesman, the mighty Valleur Throne, the sword called Catharsis, and the mysterious blue and green blades of prophecy, the true connection is Torrullin, Keeper of the Dragon, the ultimate architect and harbinger of change. He is Lifegiver and Destroyer.Torrullin will face the truth of his twin sons, and the incredible power his wife, Saska, will become when she flees to save her life ...

No Quarter The Three Lives of Jimmy Page

This work represents the most comprehensive and up-to-date biography ever written about Jimmy Page – The "one-man guitar army".

No Quarter  The Three Lives of Jimmy Page

Author: Martin Power

Publisher: Omnibus Press

ISBN: 1783235365

Page: 400

View: 119

Jimmy Page; the mastermind behind Led Zeppelin; their leader, producer, principal songwriter and guitarist. Page has not only shaped the sound of rock music for generations but also created an artistic legacy few others will ever attain. The Omnibus enhanced No Quarter: The Three Lives of Jimmy Page dissects the life and times of this legendary guitar hero and his journey from unassuming session musician to the record-setting king of guitar showmanship. This Omnibus enhanced digital edition includes an interactive Digital Timeline of Jimmy’s life, allowing you to experience his creative genius through music, images and video. Links to curated playlists for each chapter also allow you to surround yourself with the music of Jimmy Page and all the influences that surrounded him. Using new and exclusive interviews, researched through candid conversations with Jimmy Page's friends, managers and musical collaborators, author Martin Power's No Quarter: The Three Lives Of Jimmy Page is a rich and insightful exploration of this mysterious, mythical figure. This work represents the most comprehensive and up-to-date biography ever written about Jimmy Page – The "one-man guitar army".