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Under the Crimson Sky

Author: Neha Taneja
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Under the Crimson Sky is a book on micropoetry. It interprets love, heartbreak, and life. The poems make us visualize our own lives. In this book, Neha Taneja pens down the human emotions of love, loss, and sense of belongingness. The poems follow the trail of our contemporary and modernized lives.


The Crimson Sky

Author: Palitha Ranatunge
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This collection of poetry presents themes of strong love toward nature, the reality about the love and life, and the concept of existentialism. In The Crimson Sky, author and poet Palitha Ranatunge’s second collection of poetry, he enhances his philosophical thinking as a writer by exploring different parameters of life and his fertile life experiences. This collection offers themes of strong love toward nature, the reality about the love and life, and the concept of existentialism. The title poem, “Crimson Sky,” codifies the philosophical idea of offering gratitude for the nature that has facilitated every moment of life for the narrator as well as all the other living beings. Old age and the anticipation of death are described as a beautiful thing while comparing them to a crimson sky. The poem “The Freedom Fighter” details one of Ranatunge’s childhood experiences. Poems such as “The Migrant,” “The Guilt,” “The Spider Friend,” “The Crows,” and the “The Grave Yard” are also connected with his personal experiences. Fairy tale influence can be found in the works titled “I am Rip Van Winkle,” “Pinocchio, and “The Little Mermaid’s Love.” Offering an eclectic mix, The Crimson Sky seeks to provide new information about human life on earth, strengthening one’s ability to face life’s realities.


Beyond the Crimson Skies

Author: Paul Lederer
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Left for dead on the range, a cowboy vows revenge Fifty thoroughbreds. Three hundred miles. Four thousand dollars. Driving those horses across Cheyenne territory is a crazy risk, but the only alternative is to give up the ranch. For the sake of his boss, Kendo takes the job—so long as he can bring seven good men with him. But in this part of the West, few trustworthy men can be found. The trouble comes not from the Cheyenne, but from three of Kendo’s fellow riders, who don’t hesitate when they get a chance to take the herd and leave Kendo bleeding to death on the open range. Lost, exposed, and without a horse, Kendo needs a miracle to make it back to civilization. But he has far bigger plans than mere survival. First, he wants the bullet out of his back. Next, he wants to rescue the herd. And then, when the time comes, he will savor the bloody flavor of vengeance.


The crimson sky

Author: John R. Bruning
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The Korean War, like the American Civil War, was a crossroads in military history. It was the last hurrah for one generation of tactics and technology and the proving ground for the next. What emerged was a hybrid not seen since. In Korea's unique combat environment, fascinating and significant battles took place that would profoundly affect the future of air warfare. Crimson Sky examines in detail, twenty of the most interesting aerial actions of the war in such missions as the first air rescue of a downed pilot; the Battle of Carlson's Canyon; the first dogfight of the war (between Yak-9s and F-82s); and the death of the first African-American naval aviator, Jesse L. Brown. More than exciting accounts of military missions, however, Crimson Sky is about the people who flew them, about their experiences and emotions as they performed an extremely dangerous duty nearly a half century ago.


Against a Crimson Sky

Author: James Conroyd Martin
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In the aftermath of Poland's violent 1794 dissolution and his marriage to the countess Anna Maria Berezowska, Jan Stelnicki enlists in the military to help ensure a sovereign nation for his children, while his best friend despairs of a relationship with Anna's cousin, who has her sights set on the emperor Napoleon. Reprint. 17,500 first printing.


Chronicles of the Crimson Dawns

Author: Nick Mur
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In the not too distant future on planet Earth, people wake every morning to a crimson dawn. Mankind is terrified of the imminent transformation of the sun into a giant red ball that could explode at any moment. Meanwhile, palaeoanthropologist Freya Von Hauser makes an extraordinary discovery in Europe. She finds several bio-metallic exoskeletons that date back 60,000,000 years. But for some reason, the scientific world does not want to publicize her findings. Freya finds an unlikely supporter in Cobalto - a Martian-American and former New York City taxi driver - who joined the mob on Mars to pay for health insurance. This sci-fi adventure is also peopled with a space tycoon, a lunatic hippy and a bizarre professor, all trying to resolve the mystery linked to the origin of the human species. Perhaps they will even find the key to saving the dying solar system.


A Crimson Sky

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An alternative supernatural thriller with several twists. Mark is our hero, forced to embrace a "talent" he never knew existed. Having seen his dead wife in several visions he is thrown into a series of events that push his beliefs and sanity to the limit. Torn between his dead wife and his new love he tries to make sense of it all and save them both before time runs out.


The Knickerbocker

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Vampire Fantasies

Author: Haven Mayze
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