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The Winds Of Time

Author : Barbara Corcoran
ISBN : 0689301332
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In her desperate attempt to escape custody of her cruel uncle, thirteen-year-old Gail finds refuge with the Partridges, a strange family living isolated in a spooky house in the woods.

The Winds Of Time

Author : Chad Oliver
ISBN : 9780575126718
Genre : Fiction
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They were visitors from out of space. They had slept for 15,000 years. But they were men. Nevertheless it was a fantastic experience for Wes Chase to discover them while on a casual fishing trip. It was a long time before they were able to explain to Wes why they were on earth and what they needed. It was even longer before Wes conquered his horror and decided he could help them in their mission to bring peace to the universe. When Wes finally found the daring answer to their problems, he realised that he would have to leave his own life behind and go with them into the future and the winds of time.

The Winds Of Time

Author : James H. Schmitz
ISBN : 1523740574
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James H. Schmitz was a 20th century American author who was well known in the science fiction community for his work, many of which were featured in various magazines during the mid-1900s.

The Winds Of Time

Author : Raymond Lester Penoyer
ISBN : WISC:89058554429
Genre : History
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The Winds Of Time

Author : Lady Edith Susan Leeson-Marshall Gordon
ISBN : STANFORD:36105041379442
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Through The Winds Of Time

Author : James Eagle
ISBN : 9781403337696
Genre : Poetry
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The most violent riots in American history took place in Chicago during the 1968 Democrat National convention. For three days and nights thousands of "yippies" and anti-Vietnam protesters battled the police and Illinois National Guard. When it was over, the city officials boasted that no person had been killed or seriously injured in the riots. The media confirmed this. Now, the excavation for a new building in Chicago turns up the corpse of one of the demonstrators. He was shot through the head during the fighting. Only four persons, now each prominent in the city know what happened. Their lives have gone different ways, but the police investigation brings them together again and the truth is finally told.

The Winds Of Time

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ISBN : OCLC:244205701
Genre : Life on other planets
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The Winds Of Time

Author : Rich Disilvio
ISBN : 0981762522
Genre : History
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The Winds of Time is a historical tour de force of Western civilization by Rich DiSilvio. With masterful style, DiSilvio paints a fascinating historical canvas with the flare of a consummate artist. Key figures and the primary cultures that literally shaped the Western world are candidly analyzed, revealing both the dark and luminous sides of mankind. Moreover, DiSilvio's robust work was written "From and For a New American Perspective," as many insights about America's founding, growth, and current quagmires are perceptively presented, adding new and intriguing dimensions to the historical record.

The Winds Of Time And Other Stories

Author : James H. Schmitz
ISBN : 9781434402059
Genre : Fiction
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James Henry Schmitz (1911-1981) was an American writer born in Hamburg, Germany of American parents. He is best known for space opera and strong female characters (such as Telzey Amberdon and Trigger Argee) that didn't fit into the damsel in distress stereotype typical of science fiction during the time he was writing. Included in this volume are "An Incident on Route 12," "Watch the Sky," "The Winds of Time," and "Lion Loose."

The Winds Of Change

Author : Eugene Linden
ISBN : 9780684863528
Genre : History
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A concise history of significant world events that occurred as a direct result of climate changes describes lost societies in Greenland, central America, and central Africa, in a cautionary account that evaluates the present world's readiness for threatening climate changes. By the author of The Octopus and the Orangutan. 35,000 first printing

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