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Abandon Abandon 1

Author : Meg Cabot
ISBN : 9781743038475
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The first book in the brand-new dark and dangerously seductive trilogy from bestselling teen author Meg Cabot. Last year, Pierce died - just for a moment. And when she was in the space between life and death, she met John: tall dark and terrifying, it's his job to usher souls from one realm to the next. There's a fierce attraction between them, but Pierce knows that if she allows herself to fall for John she will be doomed to a life of shadows and loneliness in the underworld. But now things are getting dangerous for her, and her only hope is to do exactly what John says...

Abandon

Author : Blake Crouch
ISBN : 0312537409
Genre : Fiction
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A history professor and his daughter embark on an investigation into the abrupt disappearance of every citizen from a gold-mining town over a century earlier, even though they are aware that the last people who attempted to solve the mystery was never hea

Abandon

Author : Kavita Watsa
ISBN : 0143031546
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John Macmillan Is An Englishman In California Studying Sufism, And In Particular Rumi, The Thirteenth-Century Islamic Mystic And At Present Best-Selling Poet In America. Travelling To Damascus, He Hears Rumours Of A Secret, Heretical Manuscript That Might Have Escaped From Iran During The Chaos Of Its Revolution, And, Taking A Message Back To California, Ends Up Encountering Camilla Jensen, An Open If Somewhat Wayward Californian, Who Seems In Some Way Connected To The World Of Fugitive Texts. Following The Trail Of Mystical Poems Through Spain And India To Iran, And Trying To Unravel The Mystery That Lies Behind Camilla, John Finds Himself Descending Ever Deeper Into A World Of Passion And Bewilderment. Then, Suddenly, A Manuscript Appears, And Camilla Disappears, Leaving Him Closer To An Understanding Of Some Things, Yet Further From A Real Understanding Of What Is Most Important To Him. Eerie And Incandescent, Abandon Displays Iyer'S Unique Gift For Showing The Dance Of Dreams And Desires And Preconceptions That Ensues When Cultures Collide.

Abandon All Hope

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ISBN : 0974756008
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Calendar Meigui was a young woman whose life had been ravaged by death. Every member in her family had died in some despicable way. Calendar felt her family was cursed.And so Calendar became obsessed with the death of her family. She prayed for visions. She consulted witches. She tried to raise the dead. All to no avail. But one night Calendar finally received her nightmarish answer.Her family was in Hell.So Calendar Meigui set out to locate the place in her dream, where the entrance to Hell lay hidden. She met her guide - the Biblical giant Goliath - and he led her below into a world she never imagined. A world where Hell was real, where sin was punished and Satan was King.

Abandon

Author : Meg Cabot
ISBN : 0545387698
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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New from #1 New York Times bestselling author Meg Cabot, a dark, fantastical story about this world . . . and the underworld. Though she tries returning to the life she knew before the accident, Pierce can't help but feel at once a part of this world, and apart from it. Yet she's never alone . . . because someone is always watching her. Escape from the realm of the dead is impossible when someone there wants you back. But now she's moved to a new town. Maybe at her new school, she can start fresh. Maybe she can stop feeling so afraid. Only she can't. Because even here, he finds her. That's how desperately he wants her back. She knows he's no guardian angel, and his dark world isn't exactly heaven, yet she can't stay away . . . especially since he always appears when she least expects it, but exactly when she needs him most. But if she lets herself fall any further, she may just find herself back in the one place she most fears: the Underworld.

Abandon

Author : Jillian Hunter
ISBN : 9780743423038
Genre : Fiction
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The English island called Abandon, enshrouded in ancient legend, has been home to warriors as well as enchanting women -- and none more spellbinding than lovely Morwenna Halliwell. Determined to fight when Abandon is offered to the highest bidder, Morwenna confronts the enemy: the Earl of Pentargon, Anthony Hartstone -- or "Lord Heart-of-Stone" as she indignantly calls him. Yet little does Morwenna realize she will soon be forced to marry the forbidding lord who holds her future in his strong hands. Anthony arrogantly dismisses Morwenna and her litany of complaints against him -- all the while drawn to her beauty and courage. But when danger confronts Morwenna, Anthony knows he must call upon all his power to protect the innocent miss he desires. It is up to him to unmask the villain who threatens her, and also to convince his bride that he is not her opponent -- but her most passionate and devoted admirer.

Universal Abandon

Author : Andrew Ross
ISBN : 0816616809
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Universal Abandon was first published in 1989. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions. In recent years, the debate about postmodernism has become a full-blown, global discussion about the nature and future of society: it has challenged and redefined the cultural and sexual politics of the last two decades, and is increasingly shaping tomorrow's agenda. Postmodernist culture is a medium in which we all live, no matter how unevenly its effects are felt across the jagged spectrum of color, gender, class, sexual, orientation, region, and nationality. But it is also a culture that proclaims its abandonment of the universalist foundations of Enlightenment thought in the West. At a time when interests can no longer be universalized, the question arises: Whose interests are served by this "universal abandon"? Universal Abandon is the first volume in a new series entitled Cultural Politics, edited by the Social Text collective. This collection tackles a wider range of cultural and political issues than are usually addressed in the debates about postmodernism—color, ethnicity, and neocolonialism; feminism and sexual difference; popular culture and the question of everyday life—as well as some political and philosophical matters that have long been central to the Western tradition. Together, the contributors provide no consensus about the politics of postmodernism; they insist, rather, that "universal abandon?" remain a question and not an answer. The contributors: Anders Stephanson, Chantal Mouffe, Stanley Aronowitz, Ernesto Laclau, Nancy Fraser, Linda Nicholson, Meaghan Morris, Paul Smith, Laura Kipnis, Lawrence Grossberg, Abigail Solomon-Godeau, George Yudice, Jacqueline Rose, and Hal Foster. Andrew Ross teaches English at Princeton University and is the author of The Failure of Modernism.

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