Author: Nancy Datan
Category: Social Science
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The English translation, premiering at the Royal Court, of a controversial, dark and disturbing new Polish play.
Author: Anna Wakulik
Publisher: Nick Hern Books
The English translation, premiering at the Royal Court, of a controversial, dark and disturbing new Polish play.
For everything there is a season , and a time for every purpose under heaven : a
time to be born , and a time to die ; a time to sow , and a time to reap ; a time to kill
. . . - Ecclesiastes with a surprise ending . Don ' t pass this For everything there ...
Author: Michael T. Hinkemeyer
Publisher: Critics Choice Paperbacks/Lorevan Publishing
Pemberton Academy is not just a school, it's a gathering place for the children of the future that are afflicted with Temporal Displacement and Telepathy; in short, time travelers and mind readers who have been diagnosed with this ...
Author: Jonas Lee
Pemberton Academy is not just a school, it's a gathering place for the children of the future that are afflicted with Temporal Displacement and Telepathy; in short, time travelers and mind readers who have been diagnosed with this “disease.” The Academy is not all as it seems after an explosion nearly takes one of its classmates, but not before Carter Gabel rescues her by using an unknown symptom related to his described illness. An unsanctioned group called the Program begins taking notice as the two classmates exhibit stronger abilities when they are together. Carter's sense of reality begins to unwind as he learns more about his estranged father's involvement with it all.Carter will have to overcome the past of his father leaving, the present of an unknown adversary hunting him down and a future that seems to change with each decision he makes. He will have to learn who to trust out of the people in his life if he wants to conquer the looming notion that the government may be hunting him down because of his developing abilities.
The Criminals- Book I: A Time to Sow maliciously plants seeds of gloom and doom. Now it’s A Time to Reap. The Criminals – Book II: A Time to Reap is the shocking, highly anticipated sequel.
Author: Bruce Wilson
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency
Orion Jackson, kingpin of the BGO, otherwise known as the Black Gangsta Organization, has inherited a world of life-threatening problems. The adverse circumstances of an uncouth outside affiliate have mercilessly entangled Orion and his organization to an ongoing murderous conflict with the Mexican mob. This cruel and deadly challenge threatens to forfeit Orion’s hopes and dreams of providing a peaceful and safe life for his family. Much to his dismay, Orion alarmingly discovers that sowing corruption can make life discouragingly daunting, especially when it’s A Time to Reap. The Criminals- Book I: A Time to Sow maliciously plants seeds of gloom and doom. Now it’s A Time to Reap. The Criminals – Book II: A Time to Reap is the shocking, highly anticipated sequel.
A TIME TO REAP tells the story of the Founier family, fractured not only by war but by their own feelings toward themselves and each other.
Author: William Cobb
Publisher: Sixfinger Publishing
A TIME TO REAP tells the story of the Founier family, fractured not only by war but by their own feelings toward themselves and each other. As Patrick struggles through his tour of duty in Vietnam, his estranged wife and three children, at home in Louisiana, are forced to deal with their own very individual troubles. In this coming-of-age novel, Pulitzer nominee William Cobb delivers a mesmerizing portrayal of a household divided by war, addiction and the pains of self-discovery. PRAISE FOR A TIME TO REAP "William Cobb has written his finest novel yet, a beautifully rendered and unforgettable masterpiece of love in the time of war. The battle scenes are the most vivid and compelling I've ever read." - Pat Conroy "A Time to Reap is a stunner, so beautifully written that it takes my breath away. Populated by vivid, highly complex characters, William Cobb's novel brings to life a troubling piece of America's not-so-distant past." - Cassandra King "A Time To Reap is William Cobb's best novel yet. It is a swift and compelling read and its subject and thematic resonances are both fresh and important. Small town life has been written about before, but its ability to limit the scope of its citizens and to compress their horizons has never seemed more convincing and real. It is an expertly written book, gritty, realistic, and moving. The reader will come to identify with every character." - Sena Jeter Naslund "I could not put this suspenseful novel down. Capturing the effects of the Vietnam war upon a serviceman's entire family, " A Time to Reap" also contains deep implications for our own time. The entire family is deeply, brilliantly brought to life---especially the children who manage to grow and survive their dysfunctional parents as they all come to a deeper understanding of their lives. A rich, compelling page-turner." - Lee Smith ** This book contains some adult content **
The author, Martin W. Francis, believes in letting the story tell itself unencumbered by hopes, expectations, or providing protection for any character. Only one thing has always been a constant; death walks among the living.
Author: Martin W Francis
Ember book three is technically also book six of The Fallen. It is the true ending for both trilogies. The final part of Ember's dark journey will reunite her with family and old friends. She will call upon allies to help her rescue, Jessie, who is being held against her will. Ember plans to bring a reckoning to those final living enemies, which massacred so many loved ones in Alpine. First, her group must travel clear across the Allied Nation to meet with reinforcements. Many perils await them along the way. Will they stumble across a horde of Fallen? Will all of them survive? Will they fail their mission? As many know from previous books, anything is possible, and absolutely no one is safe from potential death. The author, Martin W. Francis, believes in letting the story tell itself unencumbered by hopes, expectations, or providing protection for any character. Only one thing has been a constant; death walks among the living.
This is a book to read and enjoy. -Robert C. Covel, Author of String Theory and Wind Song In this poignant tale, Claudia Kennedy takes the reader along the road traveled by all humanity.
Author: Claudia Rowe Kennedy
Claudia Kennedy's novel explores the dichotomies of daily life: love and hate, devotion and betrayal, sin and redemption. Using the Book of Ecclesiastes as a framework, Kennedy touches on Biblical stories and themes: the conflicts between parents and children, between brother and brother, between husbands and wives. Kennedy's descriptions are vivid, and her character development is insightful. Her writing puts the reader in the book and in her themes. The novel, while set in the South, is not a regional work. Instead, it imbues the characters and events with a feeling of Biblical significance. The archetypal elements of the novel explore human lives as we search for meaning and order in our quest for identity. This is a book to read and enjoy. -Robert C. Covel, Author of String Theory and Wind Song In this poignant tale, Claudia Kennedy takes the reader along the road traveled by all humanity. A story well told, leaving the reader anxious for Kennedy's next book. -Helen Naismith, Author of The Mystery Trip Claudia Rowe Kennedy spent her formative years on tenant farms and in small South and Middle Georgia towns. A mother of three, former teacher and special features writer for the Sentinel Newspaper Group, Claudia now divides her time between the North Georgia Mountains and West Georgia. When not writing, she enjoys reading, gardening, and cooking. At present, Claudia is halfway through a sequel to A Time to Sow and A Time to Reap.
We develop a model of growth driven by successive improvements in 'General Purpose Technologies' (GPT's), such as the steam engine, electricity, or micro-electronics.
Author: Elhanan Helpman
Category: Economic development
We develop a model of growth driven by successive improvements in 'General Purpose Technologies' (GPT's), such as the steam engine, electricity, or micro-electronics. Each new generation of GPT's prompts investments in complementary inputs, and impacts the economy after enough such compatible inputs become available. The long-run dynamics take the form of recurrent cycles: during the first phase of each cycle output and productivity grow slowly or even decline, and it is only in the second phase that growth starts in earnest. The historical record of productivity growth associated with electrification, and perhaps also of computerization lately, may offer supportive evidence for this pattern. In lieu of analytical comparative dynamics, we conduct simulations of the model over a wide range of parameters, and analyze the results statistically. We extend the model to allow for skilled and unskilled labor, and explore the implications for the behavior over time of their relative wages. We also explore diffusion in the context of a multi-sector economy.
A world already in chaos risks becoming even more unhinged in The Present Future Trilogy: A Time to Reap, a dystopian novel with a chilling perspective of the world future generations may inherit.
Author: Peter M. Browne
A world already in chaos risks becoming even more unhinged in The Present Future Trilogy: A Time to Reap, a dystopian novel with a chilling perspective of the world future generations may inherit. The year is 2492. The world wrecked by warring factions, overpopulation, and natural disasters-thanks to global warming and rising tides, which have forced homes, businesses, and governments to abandon cities and states for higher ground. To combat these threats, Sial Breen, the one-hundred-fourteenth US president is trying to unite the world's governments into a Global Union under his leadership. However, there are powerful people with different visions of what the world needs and who should lead. In order to prevail Breen makes choices that may cost many lives including his own. Meanwhile, planetary scientist Dr. Inch Marsh desperately searches for the truth about the Silicon Valley disaster. What he finds leads him far from the world of science into a world of intrigue. Fiction? Or a shocking glimpse into what the future could be? Only time will tell.
Author: Daniel Redwood
Publisher: Are Press
A time to sow and a time to reap. A time to go away, and a time to remain behind.
Wild geese called over the north cut, winging high above the valley, winging
south, hurrying on toward the Gulf, and calling. Sans glanced at his brother,
Author: James H. Street
Publisher: eNet Press
Dabney Family Saga, Volume 4 Thirty years after the Civil War, unscrupulous Northern industrialists cast their greedy eyes on the abundant resources of the South and attempted to reap the profits while sealing off the poor and forgotten in a corner room of a house still divided. In Tomorrow We Reap, authors Street and Childers dust away the cobwebs from this little known period of Southern history and superbly interweave the continuing saga of the Dabney family with the encroachment of Yankee industrial giants. Unlike past conflicts, however, it isn't guns and cannons that threaten the Valley of Lebanon, but sugar-coated half-truths and plump bags of gold. In the 1890s, descendants of Sam'l Dabney are still respected and prominent figures in Lebanon, Mississippi and life has been peaceful and mostly untroubled since the family's attempt to establish an independent republic during the Civil War. But the arrival of the Peninsula Company, a merciless and shady Yankee industry, is about to challenge the Dabney's treasured way of life. It is a battle between honesty and double dealing — price wars, company stores, buying on credit, the lure of silk clothes for those who can't afford it, and a railroad right-of-way not meant to be shared. Although three generations are represented in this story, Tomorrow We Reap is principally the story of the oldest son of Bruce and Kyd Dabney — Big Sans Dabney, a man as steadfast as the rock and trees and sky, yet the son most resistant to change and the one responsible for the direction they all would take. Little by little, members of the Dabney clan realize that they can not always live in their easy, casual way, but can draw strength from the past and the generations of strong and independent men and women who bravely paved the way. A peak at a little known period of U.S. history, impeccable research, characters who leap off the page, romance, and a depiction of the rural South as only the pen of a Southerner can describe it.
A modern day tragedy rooted in the past.
Author: Jason Marinko
A modern day tragedy rooted in the past. A tale of murder, coming of age, undying friendship, love, loss, survival, salvation and revenge. A brutal murder forces Paige to reflect on her tumultuous past, travel with her back to the halls of Middleton High 1988, to a time when the course of her life and the fabric of her existence were forever altered when she met Max Garret. Fashioned in the spirit of The Count Of Monte Cristo with the cruel realistic nature of Carrie. Witness the invention of vengeance that will come to shock a nation .A story that spans states, decades and generations .It is accurate to say the world will never be the same following Time The Avenger. A telling that proves you never get too old to take your revenge.
... Thrust in thy sickle , cloud thrust in his sickle on the and reap : for the time is
come earth ; and the earth was reaped . servable that the word for reaping of time
of her harvest shall come ; " Jer . the earth comes out from the temple ; li . 33.
Author: Thomas Whittemore
But no farmer surely would ever be guilty of folly like this . Even the youngest
labourer on a farm knows well enough that there is a time to sow , and a time to
reap ; “ a time to plant , and a time to pluck up that which is planted , ” Eccles . iii .
... a time to weep , and a time to laugh ; a time to mourn , and a time to dance ; a
time to cast away stones , and a time to gather them together ; . . . . a time to get ,
and a time to lose ; a time to keep , and a time to cast away ; a time to reap , and a
Author: Arthur Penrhyn Stanley
... and a time to gather them together ; .... a time to get , and a time to lose ; a time
to keep , and a time to cast away ; a time to reap , and a time to sow ; a time to
keep silence , and a time to speak ; a time to love , and a time to hate ; a time of
Author: Arthur Penrhyn STANLEY (Dean of Westminster.)
If 4 men reap 12 acres in 2 days , how long will it take O men to reap 36 acres ?
Analysis . - If 4 men can reap 12 acres in 2 days , 1 man can reap 1 of 12 acres in
the same time , and I of 12 acres is 3 acres . But if 1 man can reap 3 acres in 2 ...
Author: James Bates Thomson
Death is sharp , and at all times cuts like a sickle , and it cuts most sharply when it
is inflicted by man . ... crying with a loud voice to Him that sat on the cloud , Thrust
in thy sickle and reap : for the time to reap is come ; for the harvest of the earth ...
Author: Samuel GARRATT