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The Progeny

Author : Tosca Lee
ISBN : 9781476798707
Genre : Fiction
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When you wake up, you remember nothing. There is only this note: Don’t ask about the last two years… Don’t try to remember and don’t go digging. Your life depends on it. Others’ lives depend on it. Audra Ellison has no idea why she’s had her memory wiped clean, only that she chose to erase her past to protect someone else. But soon, a handsome stranger tells her she’s special. Unique. That she has the power to influence the minds of others. And that her life is in danger. She soon discovers that she is the descendant of a serial killer, the infamous “Blood Countess” Elizabeth Bathory, and that she, like all her relatives for generations, is being hunted for the sins of her ancestor. She also discovers that she erased her memory to forget something important—important not only to her, but to those who want to see the line of Bathory ended for good. Reunited with others like her—young, powerful Progeny living defiantly on the edge of extinction in Europe’s underground—she is hounded by danger at every turn and driven deeper into the inner circles of two ancient orders intent on destroying one another with a weapon only Audra can find. And as those around her start disappearing, Audra realizes the only thing that can save them all is piecing together a past she no longer remembers. As she works to unravel the web of secrets and lies, Audra is thrust into a world of faith and doubt, of truth and deceit, of life and immortality, and she must decide who to trust—and what to believe. What she ultimately uncovers will change everything she thought she knew about who she is and what her lineage means. A kaleidoscopic thriller that brings the underground world of the ancient cities of Eastern Europe to life like never before, The Progeny is a taut, breathless story of centuries-old intrigue and modern love and forgiveness.

Progeny

Author : J. G. Maxon
ISBN : 0671679082
Genre : Fiction
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Progeny Of Lazarus

Author : Johanna Ridenow
ISBN : 9781463417888
Genre : Fiction
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Maggie Johnson had heard of those poor people that had suffered from some horrible near death experience like all of us. She never realized that was just the tip of the iceberg. There were those that came back from a very brief look across the veil of death that were relatively unchanged. And then there were those like her. She still only remembered the smallest portion but was now no longer human but something else, something more. Maggie still looked human on the outside, still felt and remembered everything she had been but now there was this driving force in her to no longer sit on the sidelines and watch as life passed her by. That all consuming fire would not just change Maggie’s body but her heart, mind and soul as well. She was the newest child of the Progeny of Lazarus. He may have been the first recorded human to be brought back from the dead but he was certainly not the last. Their mission; to help nohus as they call us, their loving phrase which is short for normal humans and fight horrible battles as they tried to keep the tide of darkness from reaching the innocent.

The Progeny Of Misinterpretation

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ISBN : 9781434919670
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Progeny

Author : Martha D. Ogburn
ISBN : 080541889X
Genre : Fiction
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A heart-stopping medical thriller in which a young medical student faces the moral dilemmas and life-long consequences that spring from a new reproductive technology that turns the miracle of birth into an instrument of death.

Magical Progeny Modern Technology

Author : Swasti Bhattacharyya
ISBN : 9780791481547
Genre : Philosophy
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A Hindu bioethics of reproductive technology that references the Mahabharata.

Pinocchio S Progeny

Author : Harold B. Segel
ISBN : 0801852625
Genre : Performing Arts
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While Carlo Collodi's internationally revered Pinocchio may not have been the single source of the modernist fascination with puppets and marionettes, the book's appearance on the threshold of the modernist movement heralded a new artistic interest in the making of human likenesses. And the puppets, marionettes, and other forms that figure so vividly and provocatively in modernist and avant-garde drama can, according to Harold Segel, be regarded as Pinocchio's progeny. Segel argues that the philosophical, social, and artistic proclivities of the modernist movement converged in the discovery of an exciting new relevance in the puppet and marionette. Previously viewed as entertainment for children and fairground audiences, puppets emerged as an integral component of the modernist vision. They became metaphors for human helplessness in the face of powerful forces -- from Eros and the supernatural to history, industrial society, and national myth. Dramatists used them to satirize the tyranny of bourgeois custom and convention, to deflate the arrogance of the powerful, and to breathe new life into a theater that had become tradition-bound and commercialized. Pinocchio's Progeny offers a broad overview of the uses of these figures in European drama from 1890 to 1935. It considers developments in France, Spain, Italy, Austria, Germany, Sweden, Russia, Poland and Czechoslovakia. In his introduction, Segel reviews the premodernist literary and dramatic treatment of the puppet and marionette from Cervantes' Don Quixote to the turn-of-the- century European cabaret. His epilogue considers the appearance of puppets and marionettes in postmodern European and American drama by examining worksby such dramatists as Jean-Claude Van Itallie, Heiner MA1/4ller, and Tadeusz Kantor.

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