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Angor Reborn

Author: Richard Ashley Hamilton
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Jim faces off against Angor Rot in this all-new epic story based on the hit Netflix series Trollhunters—from the limitless imagination of acclaimed filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and DreamWorks Animation. When presented with one more task from Merlin, Jim Lake, Jr., isn’t too worried. How bad could bathing in a magical elixir be? It almost sounds soothing. Hopefully he’ll be able to relax and get away from it all. Oddly enough, it does transport him, just not in the way he imagined. Suddenly Jim finds himself in the cold, dark woods and he’s not alone. The recently resurrected Angor Rot is there with a score to settle. To make matters more complicated, Jim has suddenly grown taller, stronger, and is sporting some very Troll-like hair, eyes, and teeth. All of this leaves him questioning Merlin’s magic, trying to get a handle on his new body, and wondering how he’ll get away from Angor Rot. Talk about an awkward stage! This book includes full-color glossy inserts with images from the show! DreamWorks Trollhunters © 2018 DreamWorks Animation LLC. All Rights Reserved.


Angor

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The Acts of the Apostles

Author: William Angor Anderson
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In The Acts of the Apostles: Good News for All People, Father Anderson describes how the Book of Acts recounts the origins of the Church and its growth?from the persecution of the followers of Jesus through the spread of the faith as his followers fled and brought their faith with them to areas outside of Judaism. The ministry of Peter and other early missionaries begins the study, with a major portion of the book following the missionary journeys of Paul, beginning with his conversion to faith in Christ and his ministry among the Gentiles. Throughout, Anderson explains the dominant role the Holy Spirit plays in the spread of Christianity. He addresses the rapid and dramatic changes in the years following the ascension of Jesus and the political and religious challenges his disciples endured. Through this study of Acts, we will see that the mission of the Twelve has become the mission of many, as we are called to gift the world with the message of Jesus through our lives today.


Oxford Readings in Lucretius

Author: Monica R. Gale
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A collection of important scholarly articles on the Roman poet Lucretius, whose philosophical epic, the De Rerum Natura or On the Nature of the Universe (c.55 BC), seeks to convince its readers of the validity of the rationalist theories of Epicurus. An Introduction contextualizes the essays, and all Greek and Latin is translated.


The Strange Fiction of Devon Pitlor

Author: Devon Pitlor
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Romance, Historical, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Horror, Mystery, and the Supernatural. A new voice in strange, otherworldly fiction. A compelling and original read.


The Lay of Angor Book

Author: Rae Andrew
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Description The Lay of Angor is a racy historical romance for adults. Written in an affectionate pastiche of the 'high fantasy' style, it tells the story of Elinor, Princess of Gondarlan, as she journeys from a troubled teen into womanhood. In the first episode, Gondarlan, her father King Thorund is beset by pressing problems. Hakon, his ambitious Warlord, lusts for the Princess - and for the throne he would gain by marrying her - so that he and his scheming crony, Archbishop Sigismund, can spread Gondaran dominion over the Urth. But their war-mongering operations are temporarily scuppered when Thorund welcomes a delegation from the far-off Republic of Angor, bringing an unexpected new suitor for Elinor's hand: Jehan Sol-Lios, the Angorian Elect. Jehan and his companions arrive at Castle Thorsgard and try to win the hearts and minds of their hosts - with varying degrees of success. Elinor and Hakon plot to avoid the Angorian alliance by setting the Elect a potentially fatal challenge; but the Princess is forced to concede that going with him to Angor would be the lesser of the evils she faces. Besides, union with Sol-Lios is no foregone conclusion... she may yet succeed in manipulating events to win the husband she secretly dreams of, the dashing Prince Eduard of Faal. And so, after an eventful Feast of Farewells, the Princess leaves her homeland with Berthe and Fran, her ladies-in-waiting, to embark on her adventures and set her plans in motion... Elinor's story continues in Volume 2, Breath of Gaia (currently in preparation). About the Author Rae Andrew was born in 1960. An early fascination with 'old stuff' led her to study archaeology, and she spent the first part of her career working in museums in Britain and the United States. In the mid 1990's, having tried various self-help and alternative therapies with limited success, Rae turned to conventional medical treatment for the eating disorders and severe depression that had dogged her since childhood. The process of recovery transformed her life, first giving her the energy and confidence to set up her own heritage consultancy business, then freeing her imagination to achieve the dream of writing a novel. The plot for her fantasy saga The Lay of Angor was conceived in 2001, when she began writing the first volume, Gondarlan. Creative writing and pursuing long-neglected interests in medieval history soon became a great passion - to which she was able to devote herself full-time when she retired from the heritage profession and moved to Wakefield in 2005 to live with her fianc . Rae is now a happily-married 'writing housewife', who divides her time between working on The Lay of Angor and (under her maiden name) lecturing and writing about Wars of the Roses history; her first non-fiction book on the Battle of Wakefield was published in 2010. Both she and her husband are keen medieval re-enactors, and her other hobbies include longbow archery, 15th century recorder music and gardening.


In His Light

Author: William Angor Anderson
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In this newly revised bestseller, the Rev William A Anderson, D. Min., Ph.D.; offers a clear and concise presentation of the Catholic faith. In His Light serves as a perfect resource for:


The Forest of Angor

Author: Travis Bughi
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The Forest of Angor looms ahead, land of giant wooden pillars and deadly enemies-from centaurs to elves, treants to bugbears, werewolves and more. Emily Stout has never seen nor faced such challenges as she will in the shadows of this forest. Beyond lies Themiscyra, home to the amazons and the tenuous promise of safety. Meanwhile, the traitor still lingers among them, hiding in anonymity and free to plot and act. Emily is running out of time as the amazons fight their way through the hostile forest. She must watch and wait, hoping the traitor will make a mistake before the woman who would plot against her own sisters can carry out her plan to deliver a basilisk to a power-hungry vampire. Emily has her suspicions, but a dream from the silent angel, Quartus, haunts her thoughts. The dream is a warning of dark times ahead, of choices to make and of mistakes that can never be undone, a never-ending cycle of betrayal, fear, and death. Emily knows she must solve the riddle of the dream or risk tragedy for herself, her family, Lucifan, and perhaps even the world.


Wisdom Books

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Unlike most Old Testament books, the Wisdom Books don't relate scenes from Israel's history. Instead, these sayings, songs, and poems show us how to understand and deal with everyday problems through the lens of faith. From the suffering of Job, to the pragmatic proverbs, to the vanity of all things and the intimate love of God, these books spiritually nourish and instruct God's people how to live well and in accord with one another and all creation. Guided by the Spirit, all can learn to know, love, and fear the Lord. Part of the Liguori Catholic Bible Study, a series of 21 books introducing each book of the Bible, providing insight into the sacred words of antiquity and inviting you to discover the living Word and its impact on our daily lives. The narrative, study questions, reflections, key notes, prayers, and an introduction to the spiritual practice of lectio divina will deepen your understanding of Scripture.


Pentateuch II

Author: William Angor Anderson
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The Liguori Catholic Bible Study is a series of 21 books introducing each and every book of the Bible, providing insight into the Sacred Words of antiquity, and inviting all to discover the living Word and its impact on our daily lives. Pentateuch II: Shaping the Israelite Community continues the study of the Pentateuch with the books of Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. These three books of the Pentateuch, or Torah, are filled with laws, rituals and feasts celebrated by the Israelite people. This book, then, sheds light on the Israelite worldview and opens readers and participants alike to a new understanding of these ancient rites and feasts, some of which are celebrated even today in the Jewish faith tradition.