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The American Terrorist by Jeffrey Sabins takes us deep inside the Iraq conflict with Marine Gunnery Sergeant Jared Tremble during his trek of Military Revenge. Jared joined the Marines straight out of high school and is now a veteran of numerous campaigns in Iraq, Afghanistan and even the Horn of Africa. This taught him the art as an american tracking down terrorists in this military fiction novel.
Although he is well respected and an extremely good Marine, Jared has had enough. He feels the government and military leadership have been lying consistently to the troops and that they should not even be there, fighting in some foreign land against an enemy that is simply trying to live its purpose and faith. The crunch time has come for Jared and he has decided on an audacious plan to try to gain some meaning in his life as a Marine Corps Killer. Jared will walk out of camp one night and join the Army of Islam to fight against his former brothers-in-arms – Jared will become a traitor.
Murder, Madness, and the Macabre in the Hawkeye StatePlay Sample
Murder, madness, and the macabre in Iowa? You’ve got to be kidding!
When most people think of Iowa, their minds conjure up pigs, cornfields, and crotchety old farmers. But ax murders, mass killings, and ghostly sightings – those atrocities are reserved for big cities like Chicago or LA, not a little burg like Villisca, Iowa – population 2,000.
People refuse to believe that a hundred years ago, every eye in the nation turned to Villisca, Iowa where eight people were butchered in their sleep by a madman using only an ax. Attention quickly turned to the Reverend Lyn Kelley, “a queer, strange, little preacher man”, often accused of window peeping.
The police forced a confession from him.
Kelley said he was walking by the Moore house when a voice commanded him to, “Go in. Slay utterly”. What could he do? He climbed the stairs and slaughtered the children. “Slay utterly. Suffer the little children”.
Back downstairs, he went into the parent’s bedroom. “More work yet. There must be sacrifices of blood”. Again, the ax did its work.
In another downstairs bedroom, he discovered the Stillinger girls, asleep in their beds. “More work still”. The ax resumed its work.
Eight people were dead. The ax was satisfied.
“Kahlil Gibran Classics Collection with a Historical Introduction: The Prophet, The Madman, and The Forerunner” by Kahlil GibranPlay Sample
Unique to this collection is:
- A historical introduction to the author, his work and his life
- A List of recurring themes appearing in his works
- A list of best famous quotes from his works
You may, of course, skip all of it and go straight to the titles if you do not want any spoilers and come back later to the beginning.
Educated in Lebanon, United States, and France, Gibran was influenced by the European modernists of the late 19th century, but even more by Francis Marrash, who introduced poetic prose and prose poetry in the Arab world. Gibran’s style of writing and ideas he wrote about are believed to have been greatly influenced by Marrash, particularly the concept of universal love.
Gibran’s early work was based on short stories, poems, and prose poems, and the recurring theme of his work was the experiences and loneliness of Middle Eastern immigrants in the New World. He also studied art in Paris, and most of his books are illustrated with his own drawings. His legacy includes more than 700 paintings and drawings, which are kept in the Arab Museum of Modern Art in Doha, as well as in the Gibran Museum in Lebanon.
He published 35 books of prose and poetry, the best known of which are: The Prophet, The Madman, and The Forerunner.
The books in this collection include The Prophet, The Madman, and The Forerunner.
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