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Author by : Will La Page Languange Used : en Release Date : 2008-11-01 Publisher by : Publishamerica Incorporated ISBN : 1607036304 File Size : 52,6 Mb Total Download : 313
Known affectionately as our public parks, these lands have showered their gifts on the world far longer than they have been parks, and far longer than we have aggrandized ourselves by calling them ours. Through the ages, they have become repositories for all manner of things left behind: petroglyphs and pets, treasures and trash, the dreams and the discards that tell the stories of a park. Oftentimes, the artifacts cry out to be understood, while others mutely speak their simple truths. The mementos left at the Vietnam War Memorial tell more than 58,000 stories of what might have been. The bit
Author by : Tim LaHaye Languange Used : en Release Date : 2014-09-26 Publisher by : NavPress ISBN : 9781496405548 File Size : 55,5 Mb Total Download : 489
All 12 books in the New York Times bestselling series! Over 63 million copies sold! Are you ready for the moment of truth? Mass disappearances Political crisis Economic crisis Worldwide epidemics Environmental catastrophe Military apocalypse And that’s just the beginning . . . of the end of the world. “This is the most successful Christian-fiction series ever.” —Publishers Weekly “Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins . . . are doing for Christian fiction what John Grisham did for courtroom thrillers.” —Time “Combines Tom Clancy–like suspense with touches of romance, high-tech flash,