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Author : Stephen Bennett
ISBN : 1515359867
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This is Book 5 of the highly rated Koban Series. When the enemy discovers their hidden home, Mirikami is forced to lead 117 Kobani ships in a desperate attack against 3,000 Krall ships and uncounted warriors. Armed with a 22,000-year-old computer virus, and sheer courage, they must disable every enemy ship and weapon. The last time this tactic was tried against them, the Krall eradicated the entire Olt'kitapi civilization. That's just one foe the Kobani face. The PU president rejects diplomatic recognition of the new Galactic Federation, and diplomat Mirikami is ordered arrested for genetic crimes and for provoking Krall attacks on Hub worlds. To reveal the president's duplicity in a secret deal with the Krall leader, he accepts a life or death challenge fight with an old enemy, right on the capitol steps, with news cameras rolling. Then, proving the galaxy remains a dangerous place, the huge Thandol Empire, a former Olt'kitapi enemy, forcefully announces that its elephantine rulers intend to annex the Orion Spur. That happens to be where both the Kobani led Galactic Federation, and Human Space reside. Naturally, the Kobani decline the Empire's violently phrased demands, doing it in their typically harsh and forceful manner. In leading up to that confrontation, the Kobani learn the basis of the Empire's claim to Federation Space, and it predates the Krall conquests. The prior owners may have a claim. The Empire's initial punitive reaction to Kobani rejection reveals they have a pain causing nerve weapon, used for crowd control in the Empire. This mild sounding weapon proves to be devastating to those with organic superconducting nerves. Life on Koban could be wiped out by a riot control ship. Book 1 Koban, Book 2 Koban: The Mark of Koban, Book 3 Koban: Rise of the Kobani, Book 4 Koban: Shattered Worlds.

Hunters Of Gor

Author : John Norman
ISBN : 9781497600362
Genre : Fiction
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Former Earthman Tarl Cabot is now a powerful Tarnsman of the brutal and caste-bound planet of Gor, also known as Counter Earth. He embarks on an adventure in the dangerous and mysterious wilderness of Gor, pitting his warrior’s skills against those of treacherous outlaws, bandits, and fighters. Three different women are working to bring change to Tarl’s far-from-peaceful life on Gor: Talena, his onetime queen and first love; Elizabeth, his brave fighting partner; and the Amazonian Verna, chief of the fierce and wild panther women. As Tarl journeys through the wilderness, the fates of these three remarkable women will finally be decided. Rediscover this brilliantly imagined world where men are masters and women live to serve their every desire. Hunters of Gor is the 8th book in the Gorean Saga, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.

The Masterharper Of Pern

Author : Anne McCaffrey
ISBN : 9781448152032
Genre : Fiction
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MasterSinger Merelan and Harper Petiron were a brilliant and devoted couple. Merelan was the most outstanding soprano ever heard on Pern, and was often the only one who could master Petiron's technically accomplished compositions. When, after a long and difficult birth, Robinton was born to them, it should have been the culmination of a unique partnership. But Petiron, almost from the first day, had no time for his son, refusing to see the incredible talent the boy possessed, ignoring his achievements and maintaining a strict and disapproving vigilance over him at all times. Carefully, secretly, the Harper Hall took over, training the greatest talent Pern had ever seen - a talent that was more than just musical, for Robinton was able to talk to the dragons of Pern. As constant sadness beset his personal life, so a startling career sent him like a meteor through the Holds and Weyrs of Pern until, as MasterHarper, he became part of the great plan to rescue Lessa from the brutal rule of Holder Fax - Lessa, who was to be the saviour of the dragons of Pern.

Georgia In Antiquity

Author : David Braund
ISBN : 0198144733
Genre : History
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BL The first full history of the ancient Georgia ever to be written outside Georgia itself BL Introduces substantial archaeological work carried out of the state of Georgia

Power Of The Jedi Sourcebook

Author : JD. Wilker
ISBN : 078692781X
Genre : Fiction
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"Power of the Jedi" provides the most comprehensive look at the Jedi ever created. It includes details of the origin and rise of the Jedi, as well as information about the Jedi throughout the timeline of the Star Wars universe, including material from "Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones."

The Islamic World In Decline

Author : Martin Sicker
ISBN : 027596891X
Genre : History
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Sicker examines the geopolitical forces and other factors that brought about the political decline of the Islamic world from its zenith in the early part of the 16th century to its nadir at the beginning of the 20th. Extensive coverage is given to the Ottoman-Persian rivalry and, later, the role of the European powers in contributing to the chronic instability of the Middle East.

Nation Building In The Post Soviet Borderlands

Author : Graham Smith
ISBN : 0521599687
Genre : History
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The emergence in 1991 of the fourteen borderland post-Soviet states has been accompanied by the reforging of their national identities. Such attempts to rethink or reimagine the nation have had a major impact in reshaping the political, cultural and social lives of both national and ethnic minority groups alike. This book analyzes these national identities and explores their consequences for the borderland states, with substantive studies drawn from the Baltic states, Ukraine and Belarus, Transcaucasia and Central Asia.

The Chechens

Author : Amjad Jaimoukha
ISBN : 9781134349906
Genre : History
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This book provides a ready introduction and practical guide to the Chechen people and some little-known and rarely-considered aspects of Chechen culture, including customs and traditions, folklore, arts and architecture, music, and literature. It also narrates Chechen history from ancient times and provides sketches of archaic religions and civilizations. Jaimoukha reveals the esoteric social structure and the peculiar brand of Chechen Sufism, as well as the present political situation in Chechnya. As the only comprehensive guide available in English, this book is an indispensable and accessible resource for all those with an interest in Chechnya.

Atlas Of The Ethno Political History Of The Caucasus

Author : Arthur Tsutsiev
ISBN : 9780300153088
Genre : History
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An original collection of fifty-seven maps with commentaries on the ethnic, religious, and linguistic makeup of the Caucasus, from the eighteenth century to present, this atlas helps untangle the exceptionally complicated history in this region.

The American Monthly Review Of Reviews

Author : Albert Shaw
ISBN : UCSC:32106019607057
Genre : Periodicals
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