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This Sorry I Can't I Have Plans With My Salamander College Ruled Composition Notebook features 100 pages, 7.5 x 9.25 inches in size, and has a matte cover.

Author: J M Skinner

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1075469007


Page: 102

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This Sorry I Can't I Have Plans With My Salamander College Ruled Composition Notebook features 100 pages, 7.5 x 9.25 inches in size, and has a matte cover.
2019-06-21 By J M Skinner

“We cannot allow those dinosaurs to get a foothold on Salamander.” The ... “Your people and mine may have different plans for the future of this planet, ...

Author: Herbert Grosshans


ISBN: 9781680463835

Category: Fiction

Page: 242

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Xenologist Bret Grayson was hired to make contact with one of the indigenous tribes roaming the savannahs on the planet Salamander. He soon finds out the real purpose he is on Salamander. His uncle, the legendary Master Scout Terrex Stonewall, also has a hidden agenda, but even he doesn't know about the secret that lies beneath the original military outpost. It seems every species living in this part of the Galaxy has a sudden interest in Salamander and they are willing to risk a war to keep the secret from falling into human hands. Grayson and Stonewall have no choice but to form an alliance with representatives from the Spiders, the Anorians, and the Accilla. The motley group embarks on a journey that takes them to regions unknown. They face dangers they can only overcome if they set aside their prejudices and work together as one unit.
2016-11-05 By Herbert Grosshans

Any one of you left alive could interfere with my plans. ... I am so very sorry,' he said mockingly. ... We cannot give password if all dead!

Author: Gordon Yates

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781481783309

Category: Fiction

Page: 260

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The strange manner of the destruction of Lucy's London house has attracted the attention of Albert Grossman, her mother's partner, and the CIA. The CIA is desperately trying to obtain the secret of Lucy's matter transportation science, while Albert has stolen it and taken control of the USA's nuclear ICBM's. He is dictating terms to the helpless kidnapped world leaders from the safety of the International Space Station, two hundred miles above the earth and the CIA is powerless to stop him. Only Lucy can save the planet from this merciless psychopath but what can she do when Grossman has linked his heartbeat to automatically trigger a nuclear holocaust if he is killed? Her solution forces her to question her Buddhist beliefs and there are unforeseen consequences at her family Christmas party!
2013-04-02 By Gordon Yates

I want to get this over with so I can go to bed. I have plans for the morning and need to get up early. ... "I'm sorry," said Grassina. "That was a mistake.

Author: E. D. Baker

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 9781599900186

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 256

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Thirteen-year-old Grassina vies with her older sister, Chartreuse, to see who will inherit the family's talent for magic and become the Green Witch, while each ponders which prince will be at her side during her "happily ever after."
2007-09-01 By E. D. Baker

By the way I am sorry I ever mentioned fancy dress. Was that when you decided ... You cannot blame me for being assailed by dark thoughts. Remember, I had ...

Author: Miriam Gallagher

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781412012997

Category: Fiction

Page: 238

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When Salamander Quinn decides to liberate all the lost souls at St. Job's Infirmary, he embarks on a Kafkaesque journey. Just before Christmas, his plans are further complicated by the arrival of a mystery woman, who sets in motion a chain of startling events. Faced with mounting odds, as his past comes back to haunt him, he struggles to prevail. As Easter approaches, plans are afoot to move everyone at St. Job's to the new Anna Livia hospital, the brainchild of the Minister for health. At St. Job's plans to implement a new technique for memory loss are postponed. At Whitsun the new Anna Livia hospital is opened. Chaos reigns. To the amazement of the Hospital Fathers, there is talk of a nurses' strike. With the Health Service in crisis and Dublin in the grip of global warming, Salamander risks all to attain his goal. As Michaelmas draws near, he is inspired by former heroes like Scipio Africanus, for whom surprise was the greatest form of attack. Amidst mounting pressure, Salamander presses onwards, planning to celebrate Halloween with his own brand of fireworks. Powerful forces determine his ultimate destiny as he makes his final journey. "I enjoyed it immensely . . . The book is composed of marvellous visual moments and references, calling out to be translated into cinema. . . A paradigm for the time and place we live in . . . liberated psychiatric patients, driftng down the Grand canal to the sea, a mediaeval Ship of Fools, singing Christmas Carols at Halloween . . . "___________Irish Poet Macdara Woods.
2003-11-01 By Miriam Gallagher

I have made plans.' Harry's otherworker, Petrus, is meanwhile standing outside the garage, scuffing at the hardened ground with one boot.

Author: Richard Kunzmann

Publisher: Minotaur Books

ISBN: 9781466879737

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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A dark, chilling mystery set in the brooding, atmospheric lands of South Africa In his debut thriller, Bloody Harvests, Richard Kunzmann gave readers a glimpse into the turbulent South African landscape. Now Detective Inspector Jacob Tshabalala and his former colleague Harry Mason return with another beautifully spellbinding thriller combining murder, revenge, greed, and the classic struggle between good and evil. A wealthy ex-mining boss has been found beaten and burned to death at his home in suburban Johannesburg. His estranged wife, however, does not seem particularly surprised by this cold-blooded murder, but keeps insisting that the killer will be found in the Northern Cape, where the victim owned a farm with a dark secret. It's a remote and desolate landscape of extreme poverty, burdened with a bleak history as an asbestos-mining community. When Tshabalala persuades Mason to investigate a link between the man's murder and the disappearance of his daughter thirty years before, Harry has no way of knowing he will soon be plunged into a menacing world of rumored supernatural attacks, corporate cover-ups, ruthless hijackers, and bitter vengeance. Kunzmann returns with a strong force, capturing the bitter landscape and people of Johannesburg and beyond--captivating readers with his plot twists, dramatic action, and engaging characters. Salamander Cotton is a representation of poverty and a portrait of a country whose values of freedom and justice are only just emerging. Praise for Bloody Harvests "Not since James McClure's outstanding 1970s South African police series has there been this serious an attempt to revisit that culture. . . . A gritty exploration of South Africa's dark heart. This outstanding novel is sure to win readers everywhere." ---Library Journal (starred review) "The author does a fine job of depicting the city's combustible mix of poverty, ignorance, intolerance, and crime, and the handful of brave men who seek to douse the flames when that mix ignites." ---Publishers Weekly "Kunzmann's debut is an impressive successor to James McClure's apartheid procedurals." ---Kirkus Reviews "Kunzmann has a seasoned and individual voice." ---Publishing News "A valuable addition to the South African canon . . . a brilliant first novel by an engaging author. It charts new ground for the thriller/crime genre in South African literature." ---The Cape Times "A fast and grisly thriller . . . hails Kunzmann as an impressive new talent in this genre." ---The Sunday Times
2014-09-02 By Richard Kunzmann

In the day or two that was left before I went to school my mother was at her most composed ... I was still saying to my salamanders 'I'm so sorry; so sorry!

Author: Nicholas Mosley

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781448209910

Category: Fiction

Page: 300

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This Whitbread Book of The Year Award winner for 1990 is the final novel of the "Catastrophe Practice" series. Set in the 1920s and 30s it tells the story of two young radicals, Max and Eleanor, who meet, love, separate and come together again during the maelstrom of the Spanish Civil War.
2012-08-22 By Nicholas Mosley

Perhaps you should ask Mr. Flood how long he plans to spend trying to print an ... I have inherited my brother's estate in Quebec, and I must return there ...

Author: Thomas Wharton

Publisher: Emblem Editions

ISBN: 9781551994444

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

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Spellbinding, original, Salamander careens through a world of ideas and stories in which the transforming power of books, the thirst for knowledge, and the pursuit of immortality become erotic. It is also a universal story of love and obsession. Set in the eighteenth century, the narrative revolves around a world-spanning quest for the infinite book. Along the way the novel gathers stories that range from a Chinese tale of jealousy and lost love to the remarkable history of Alexandria’s other great library and to epoch-making moments on the battlefields of colonial America. At the centre of the novel’s unforgettable cast of characters is the London printer Nicholas Flood, a dedicated craftsman who is unprepared for all that awaits him when he accepts an unusual commission. Intricate, humane, infused with humour and pathos, Salamander is an exhilarating, elegantly crafted novel.
2010-11-05 By Thomas Wharton

First there was the someone in Rome planning a coup by making the ... m sorry, Remi, but'—Remus, he felt old—'you'll never see your chil—homeland—again.

Author: Marilyn Todd

Publisher: Untreed Reads

ISBN: 9781611876901

Category: Fiction

Page: 195

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If we're going to make a new order for Rome, a better order, I might add—sacrifices have to be made. We have set the assassination date for the Ides of July ... What better opportunity for a beautiful young widow than to join a prestigious trade delegation bound for Gaul? There was the fanfare as the procession left Rome, the breathtaking journey through lush Alpine meadows. And let's not forget the promise of riches for delivering a certain pouch, sealed with the sign of the black salamander. Except things are never that simple when Claudia Seferius is involved. There's a rockfall, for a start, which leaves the party stranded, as well as five men dead—and one death is not accidental. All Claudia wants to do now is to get out of the valley they are trapped in and hand over the pouch. But there are those who will go to any lengths to stop her. And suddenly Claudia finds herself plunged into a deadly game of high treason, in a land where warriors still hunt human heads and where wicker-man sacrifices are far from rare...
2014-06-19 By Marilyn Todd

Perhaps the salamander's spit was hot enough to burn Sister Ping's head, ... my memories trying to find any indication of his plans or his motivation.

Author: Greg Alldredge

Publisher: Greg Alldredge

ISBN: 9781949392302

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 512

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Creatures, Monsters, and Madmen... who’s a woman to trust? Fearing for her freedom and life, Helena escaped her estate in San Francisco. Branded a witch, her neighbors and peers turned on her with torches and pitchforks. To hell with them all. Now in the air, she is driven to find any clues that lead to her parents. Her only hope the mysterious Mister Nobody and The Draco Society. Unfortunately, unnamed forces purse across North America. Russians stalk her every move. Many false friends have fallen. Can she trust new comrades? Will Helena find safety? Read the second trilogy in the Helena Brandywine series, The Draco Society now.
2020-02-04 By Greg Alldredge

some thinwheeled vehicle from the 1940s to trundle past. ... There was not much he could do about it – he had no plans to go anywhere soon, anyway.

Author: William Lane

Publisher: Transit Lounge

ISBN: 9780994395733

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

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‘This is the shape-shifting detail of life, the tiny horrible and beautiful things we don't notice until fever or trauma stop us in our tracks; Lane has pulled them from the depths of our psyche and written them into a story of family that shifts and tilts the world we know. Dreamlike, nightmarish, unforgettable.’ - Jane Rawson, author of A Wrong Turn at the Office of Unmade Lists and Formaldehyde At its heart, The Salamanders is a love story. Arthur lives in a hut by the Hawkesbury River, the detritus of suburban life gradually encroaching. When Rosie, the adopted daughter of his fathers' second wife returns from England to visit. their time together raises childhood memories of their father Peregrine, a famous and controversial artist, and what happened at a holiday by the ocean years ago. Rosie, Arthur and Peregrine are characters the reader will find it hard to let go of and this is also a subtle, affecting novel of ideas. With poetic, hallucinatory power, Lane explores how art can become life, how we as adults cannot truly escape the past and the influence of our parents, and how we might embrace the intensity and beauty of the moment as we journey towards reconciliation.
2016-08-01 By William Lane

I'm sorry... but you shouldn't have jumped in the way. ... came running up the bridge, a sniper rifle slung over his shoulder, 'we must move, Salamander.

Author: James K. B. Brough


ISBN: 9781291918861

Category: Fiction

Page: 293

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'Peace must be fought for.' The Thrilling saga of the Save the World Academy series comes to a powerful end in this gripping conclusion! As Viktor Steel's grand scheme to take over the world is revealed, the students must fight to survive in a race to protect the planet and themselves from a global threat. Prepare for an epic battle that will leave you turning page after page... Heads will role!
2014-06-15 By James K. B. Brough

Buabyue checked to make certain that he had a needle gun in the pocket of his ... but it was still sufficient to fill the Salamander's vast sails and push ...

Author: Dorian Pratt


ISBN: 9780615144528

Category: Fiction

Page: 456

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In the distant future, a drug smuggler disappears after meeting with a vicious dealer, and his lover, Jess Ichikawa, a young, emotionally unstable swordswoman, sets out to find him. Accompanied by her sole friend, a singing, genetically modified toad, she finds herself in the middle of a brutal, complex struggle between interstellar criminal gangs that takes her from one strange world to another and brings her into conflict with various deadly mobsters and deviants. Drawing on story-telling conventions from India, Melting Worlds is an absurd, poetic, grotesque, and unclassifiable tale enlivened with wild, impossible action, byzantine plots, ornate descriptions, outlandish technologies, introspective moments, bizarre occurrences, and philosophical allusions. Also available for a discounted price at Dorian Pratt's store on Lulu.
2007-06-01 By Dorian Pratt

He may not want me to do anything to ruin his plans for the evacuation. Have you heard anything?” Pine-needle waited a while before responding.

Author: Leandro Thomas Gonzales

Publisher: Sunstone Press

ISBN: 9781611392388

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

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Living in one of the most beautiful places on Earth, the Anasazi Indians enjoyed a good and bountiful life. Yet, for some reason, they abandoned their village and all that remains are the ruins of Tyuoni at the Bandelier National Monument in New Mexico. In this work of fiction, Jopin, an eighty year-old elder desperate for an answer, embarks on a prayer quest that takes him on a chain of events which will unveil the fate of Tyuoni. Deer-tracker, his pre-teen grandson, and Knee-nose, a young spotted deer, help Jopin deal with Chief Salamander’s questionable actions and motives as the tribe journeys on a treacherous and intriguing odyssey. In his story, the author strives to demonstrate how a significant religious event could have influenced the people to abandon their majestic village, join the Great Migration, and follow the spinning sun to their new homeland, even though popular belief purports that the Anasazi vanished because of war, severe drought, or famine. The wonder of living in such an extraordinary time and place will provoke interest in the age-old mystery of what really happened.
2014-02-07 By Leandro Thomas Gonzales

I am sorry. ... “Yet I have told you the Salamander feeds on hate,” said the woman who had ... “There is something about you that is a threat to its plans.

Author: Ellen Renner

Publisher: Nosy Crow

ISBN: 9781788003612

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 304

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As the island's new Weather witch, Storm must sail with the fleet into dangerous waters. The Drowned Ones are out for revenge and the sea itself is treacherous. But it's Bellum Town that brings Storm her first real test. And where she learns that her magic could save her or it could be the end of everything... Another action-packed fantasy adventure as Storm discovers just how powerful she really is!
2019-08-01 By Ellen Renner

Sorry, but I got tired of half the county traipsing through at will,” ... “I am the salamander, my nature is fire,” Wycherly said, only remembering ...

Author: Marion Zimmer Bradley

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780575114012

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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Wycherly Musgrave doesn't have good luck with cars and alcohol. Trying to outrun the memory of a young woman he may have killed in a drunk-driving accident, Wych sends his expensive sports car sailing off the road...and, with his unusual impossible luck, survives the crash with no more than a few bumps and bruises. The car is totaled, stranding Wycherly in the tiny mountain town of Morton's Fork. Making the best of a bad situation, Wych decides to try and dry out. Wycherly isn't Morton's Fork's only unusual guest this summer: A movie star has taken up residence in a converted schoolhouse. Sinah Dellon left Morton's Fork as an infant foundling. Now she's come home to learn who her people were - and why she has the ability to read minds. But Sinah's psychic powers do not help her with the townsfolk, who turn from her in fear and hatred. Equally untrustworthy, according to the residents of Morton's Fork, are the RV-load of researchers from the Bidney Institute, come to investigate centuries of reported hauntings, vanishings, poltergeists, and other phenomena. They too are poking around in things better left unexplored. Before long, Truth Blackburn, heroine of Bradley's novel Ghostlight, discovers that the source of the psychic storm is a renegade Gate - and one with a connection to Truth's own tangled past. But she cannot close the Gate alone, and the true Keeper is nowhere to be found. In despair, Wycherly Musgrave has made a pact with evil. In fear, Sinah Dellon feels her soul slipping away under attack from a vengeful spirit. In dread, Truth Blackburn must make a great sacrifice to save all the people of Morton's Fork, and the man she loves, from the power of the Gate.
2013-05-06 By Marion Zimmer Bradley

I agreed to the plan and hung up, already trying to figure out how to break it. ... his tongue darted in and out of my mouth made me think of salamanders.

Author: Katie Crouch

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781408806425

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

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Meet Sarah Walters, a Camellia Society debutante with a weakness for bad ideas. Sarah's mother lectures her on etiquette but tends to get loose after a few gins. Still, Sarah tries to follow the debutante code - after all, in Charleston, manners mean everything. But it's not easy to follow the rules, particularly in the summers when she runs into boys in pickup trucks, or, later, when she moves to New York with her friends. For the Camellia girls soon learn, careers don't always go to plan and men don't always love you back: the bright future they thought was theirs dissolves into heartbreak, illness and addiction. And when a shocking event brings thirty-something Sarah back home to Charleston, she must decide where 'home' really is.
2009-08-03 By Katie Crouch

As Salamander , still keeping the leasilamlar that her son was a “ dope - fiend , " but the secure where he had feared the ... risk of having my plans inter- cellar that got afire , ” , shouted a policia doctor questioned him closely .



ISBN: OSU:32435064270853

Category: Dime novels


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1916 By

MY DEAR SMITH , - I cannot express the pain and disappointment with which I learn the change in your plans , no less than the afflicting cause of it . Florence will no longer have any attractions for me this winter , and I shall ...

Author: Percy Bysshe Shelley


ISBN: UOM:39015031301750

Category: Poets, English

Page: 328

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The Best Letters of Percy Bysshe Shelley by 1867-1949Shirley Carter Hughson, first published in 1892, is a rare manuscript, the original residing in one of the great libraries of the world. This book is a reproduction of that original, which has been scanned and cleaned by state-of-the-art publishing tools for better readability and enhanced appreciation. Restoration Editors' mission is to bring long out of print manuscripts back to life. Some smudges, annotations or unclear text may still exist, due to permanent damage to the original work. We believe the literary significance of the text justifies offering this reproduction, allowing a new generation to appreciate it.

A diamond salamander with sapphire eyes trying to escape over her bony shoulder. “Abigail,” she snapped, stepping in front of the mumbler. “There are too ...

Author: Leigh Himes

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780316305723

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

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In this irresistible debut novel, a freak accident allows a wife and mother to explore the alluring road not taken. Meet Abbey Lahey . . . Overworked mom. Underappreciated publicist. Frazzled wife of an out-of-work landscaper. A woman desperately in need of a vacation from life -- and who is about to get one, thanks to an unexpected tumble down a Nordstrom escalator. Meet Abbey van Holt . . . The woman whose life Abbey suddenly finds herself inhabiting when she wakes up. Married to handsome congressional candidate Alex van Holt. Living in a lavish penthouse. Wearing ball gowns and being feted by the creme of Philadelphia society. Luxuriating in the kind of fourteen-karat lifestyle she's only read about in the pages of Town & Country. The woman Abbey might have been . . . if she had said yes to a date with Alex van Holt all those years ago. In the tradition of the romantic comedy Sliding Doors and Lionel Shriver's The Post-Birthday World, Leigh Himes's irresistible debut novel tells the funny and touching story of an ordinary woman offered an extraordinary opportunity to reboot her life, explore the road not taken, and ultimately, find her true self -- whoever that may be.
2016-05-31 By Leigh Himes

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