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World Gone By by Dennis Lehane

Title World Gone By
Author Dennis Lehane
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2015-05-07
Category Fiction
Total Pages 320
ISBN 1408706717
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'The best gangster novel since The Godfather' Stephen King Joe Coughlin is untouchable. Once one of America's most feared and prominent gangsters, he now moves effortlessly between the social elite, politicians, police and the mob. He has everything he could possibly want; money, power, a beautiful mistress, and anonymity. But in a town that runs on corruption, vengeance and greed, success can't protect Joe from the dark truth of his past -- and ultimately, the wages of a lifetime of sin will finally be paid in full . . . Chilling, heart-breaking and gripping, this is the most complex and powerful novel to date from Dennis Lehane, writer on The Wire and author of modern classics such as Shutter Island, Gone, Baby, Gone and The Given Day.

Jerry S Ledger a World Gone By by Jerry Vermillion

Title Jerry S Ledger a World Gone By
Author Jerry Vermillion
Publisher AuthorHouse
Release 2012-01-12
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 266
ISBN 1463446020
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Jerry was recruited by Gonzaga University during the summer of 1951. His thirty-year run as a basketball player, coach, and diversified educator in Washington State began in September of that year. The new coach, Hank Anderson, led the team on a long march to becoming the great nationally recognized basketball program that exists at Gonzaga University today. Jerrys memoirs show his enormous appreciation for Gonzaga University and his pride in being a part of that beginning greatness. Jerry started as a freshman on the first Anderson team. During four years of competition, he amassed an incredible 1,670 rebounds. Sixty years later, that record still stands! Unbelievably, the next-closest player is 760 behind. This is a record that might never be broken! He is still in the top ten in scoring and a member of the over-forty-point club. At one time, he held all the scoring records. His standing jump was 11'1''. For those who dont know, thats 13 inches above the rim. At 6'4'', he jumped center for Gonzaga in over one hundred games and controlled 90 percent of them! The many great players who came later, including John Stockton and Frank Burgess, chipped away at his early records. Describing the why, when, where, and how of his lifes chronicle fulfills a family need. Additionally, the players, students, and professionals Jerry met along his journey will be pleased to know more about his voyage. During an evening visit to his son-in-laws home, Jerry discovered an inspirational force that set in motion an autobiographical explication dedicated to his family. Todd Harrison, Jerrys son-in-law, showed him a brief composition written by Todds grandfather that described his life and the settling of a Mormon family in early Utah. The manuscript is cherished by Todd and his family because it recounts the hardships, experiences, and successes of their ancestor. It became obvious to Jerry that such a composition would be an ideal way to share parts of his boyhood and professional life more intimately with family. For whatever reasons, Jerry felt that he had not been able to fully share his life experiences with his family. He has stated, I just didnt talk much to the kids about other experiences in my life while they were growing up. When Jerry began composing this book, the missed stories flowed effortlessly from his memory. In this text, he recounts personal stories about the conflicts, hardships, and successes he experienced while growing up and describes how he overcame a lifelong debilitating handicap. With sincerity and subtle humor, he recounts boyhood lessons learned and the gripping stories of peers known, players coached, professionals met, and experiences lived.

Title Right Thinking in a World Gone Wrong
Author John MacArthur
Publisher Harvest House Publishers
Release 2009-02-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 272
ISBN 0736931813
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“Our response to moral questions is not determined by politics, economics, personal preference, popular opinion, or human reasoning. It is, instead, grounded in what God has told us is true about ourselves and our world....God’s Word offers sanity, clarity, and hope.” --John MacArthur Trusted Voices Offer Biblical Responses to Today’s Hot Issues One of the greatest challenges facing Christians today is the powerful influence of secular thinking. From all directions we’re fed a constant barrage of persuasive—yet unbiblical—worldviews. This makes it difficult to know where to stand on today’s most talked-about issues. The leadership team at Grace Community Church, along with their pastor, John MacArthur, provide much-needed discernment and clarity in the midst of rampant confusion. Using the Bible as the foundation, you’ll learn how to develop a Christian perspective on key issues—including... political activism environmentalism the cult of celebrity entertainment and escapism homosexual marriage abortion, birth control, and surrogacy euthanasia and suicide disasters and epidemics immigration God and the problem of evil Also included is a topical reference guide of Bible verses that address key concerns—a guide that will arm you with right thinking and biblical answers to challenging questions.

Title Whoops A Daisy the World s Gone Crazy
Author BetZy
Publisher Balboa Press
Release 2021-12-22
Category Fiction
Total Pages 126
ISBN 1982292830
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Whoops-a-Daisy, the World’s Gone Crazy is the rhyming tale of a little girl’s mission to fight for the fair treatment and future of her four furry/feathered friends living in the rapidly disappearing woods behind her home. It is told through Fyrn, a seven-year-old girl with big dreams. She wants to be a voice for those unable to speak and the eyes for those who fail to see, for those who do not know which path to choose, and for civilization on the cusp with much to lose! Noticing trees slowly disappearing from the bushland/reserve behind her home, Fryn embarks on a courageous fight for the future of her four furry/feathered friends (Chuckles the kookaburra, Ank the possum, K-all the wise old owl, Tabmow the wombat) and Snuff, the echidna. Fryn struggles to spread awareness of the plight of the frightened wildlife as their habitat is slowly cut away, now only time will tell if she can achieve her goal and transform into a heroine who positively impacts their world.

A World Gone Social by Ted Coine

Title A World Gone Social
Author Ted Coine
Publisher AMACOM
Release 2014-09-17
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 256
ISBN 0814433278
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Amazingly, what started out as an opportunity to link friends and to find out who’s dating who has since made a meteor-like impact on the business world, and its ongoing effects throughout every single aspect of doing business cannot be overestimated. The world as we know it has changed forever. And it’s not going back!A World Gone Social offers an eye-opening look at fundamental and powerful changes the social collaboration era has set in motion:• Customers now have the power--just watch what happens as more realize it!• Command-and-control leadership is now so inefficient, it is a liability.• Nimble and small is the new competitive advantage.• Recruiting is now a two-way proposition, with job seekers able to peek behind the corporate curtain.• Relationship and community-building is how customers are brand ambassadors are won--and retained.• Active engagement with partners, employees, and customers is no longer a luxury but a requirement.But this invaluable resource for any business wishing to remain relevant in this Social Revolution doesn’t stop with simply pointing out the changes that have evolved in recent years. More importantly, it provides critical guidance for navigating today’s customer-driven, ultra-transparent, constantly evolving environment. With compelling stories and concrete examples of companies demonstrating enlightened business practices and doing Social right--and some that are not--readers will be able to learn from others’ experiences and discover how to objectively assess their own company’s culture and social presence. The world has gone social . . . don’t get left behind!

Title Uncle John s Bathroom Reader The World s Gone Crazy
Author Bathroom Readers' Institute
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release 2012-06-01
Category Reference
Total Pages 432
ISBN 1607106167
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Uncle John’s latest compendium of the most bizarre and entertaining information imaginable: a Worldwide Weird-opedia! Good news: It’s not you, the world really is going crazy! And Uncle John is barely sane enough to guide you through it all in this whirlwind tour of all things strange and weird. Yes, loyal Throne Room readers, these 432 all-new pages of pure crazy will shock and confound you . . . and make your side split open from laughing. (Uncle John takes no legal responsibilities for split sides.) So fire up your egg-beater, strap on your tinfoil hat, and plunge on into . . . * The secret government plot to poison Earth’s skies * Animal-human hybrids and what role they’ll have in society * “Sexy Finding Nemo” and other inappropriate Halloween costumes * A cow that eats chicken, therapeutic snake massages, and killer kangaroos * The lady who married the Eiffel Tower, and the man who hugs and kisses his car * Enjoying the world’s craziest festivals, where you can eat fried lamb testicles, ride on a ship through the desert, or pierce your skin with a bicycle * Jackasses who copied Jackass and barely lived to tell about it * How to tell if you have Exploding Head Syndrome * Decoding the Mayan Prophecy * Clergy gone wild, and much much more!

Title Random Notes From A World Gone Wrong
Author Joe Valente
Publisher Lulu.com
Release
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Total Pages
ISBN 0244766894
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Windows on a World Gone Wrong
Author Ian Heard
Publisher Xulon Press
Release 2001
Category Religion
Total Pages 152
ISBN 1931232539
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A World Gone Crazy by Richard J. Lukenda

Title A World Gone Crazy
Author Richard J. Lukenda
Publisher Trafford Publishing
Release 2009-10-23
Category Fiction
Total Pages
ISBN 1426984308
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A WORLD GONE CRAZY Synopsis The story begins with a retired member of a highly specialized, very small elite government tactical organization, which specialized in altering governments and national economies by crippling or death to inactivate organization leaders. Members used nothing more than common, readily available materials and rarely, imported biologicals, to achieve their goals while posed as innocuous individuals on various trade missions. When he retired, his government abandoned him, and Zeke, in his pursuit of funding to continue his education began a simple journey to Florida in hopes of receiving financial help from his only surviving relative now running his fathers business. The simple journey becomes a complex case of intrigue leading from Newark, New Jersey to Fort Lauderdale, Florida then on to a unique island off the coast of Cuba as Zeke again becomes involved with his past in the pursuit of his woman. The appearance of biologically engineered assault weapons, manufactured by the U.S. government, in violation of international law and falling into the hands of Cuban patriots and Arab terrorists further complicate the life of a man wishing to fade into oblivion. Unknowingly to him, politics becomes a factor as he enlists the aid of a past cohort, a beautiful woman with an insatiable sexual appetite, who, unknowingly to him, is still in the government service. In their travels through Cuba, posing as husband and wife, they selectively eliminate a Cuban official on their governments behalf. With the task accomplished, the trip, which is now to be purely pleasure, truly unfolds as a covertly assigned mission of destroying the Cuban sugar industry and bringing the island economy to its knees. With the aid of Helena, a mysterious Italian heiress, Zeke learns the true purpose of his mission and his being used by his government to destroy the innocent people of Cuba. A decision must be made; Zeke then uses his training and intelligence to begin to right an injustice he purposely but unknowingly caused. In the end, all, but Zeke, get their just rewards and a new chapter seems to be beginning.

Title Girls Gone Wise in a World Gone Wild
Author Mary A. Kassian
Publisher Moody Publishers
Release 2010-04-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 272
ISBN 157567551X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Inundated by popular culture, many women have lost their bearings and no longer trust the internal compass that intuitively affirms those things that are good, true, and noble about womanhood. As Jesus’ favorite and most powerful teaching tactic was the parable, it is appropriate that Mary Kassian walks the reader through the compelling tale of the wild versus wise woman found in Proverbs 7. By using 20 points of contrast, she helps readers discern wild from wise, saucy from biblically savvy, and more. Girls Gone Wise in a World Gone Wild will captivate, convict, and challenge women to become decreasingly worldly and increasingly godly, and it will equip them with truth for that journey. Includes questions for personal reflection at the end of each chapter

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