Paralyzed

Author: Alana Terry
Publisher: Pronoun
ISBN: 1941735096
Size: 66.15 MB
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Kennedy Stern has returned to campus after surviving an abduction, but old scars cut deep. Vivid flashbacks and terrifying dreams paralyze her, threatening to ruin her academic career and any chance she has at peace or happiness. This mental anguish, however, constitutes only a small fraction of her post-traumatic nightmare. A partner in Kennedy’s kidnapping remains at large and will not stop until he has silenced her witness permanently. His violent resolve risks not only her life, but the safety of anyone who tries to help. Kennedy must engage in a deadly battle of the mind as she struggles to stay alive. While fighting on two fronts — one psychological and one physical — the question isn’t whether she’ll come out of the war stronger in the end. The question is whether she’ll come out of it at all.

Unplanned

Author: Alana Terry
Publisher: Firstfruits Publishing
ISBN: 194173507X
Size: 15.29 MB
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The abortion debate just got a whole lot deadlier. College was supposed to be easy. But it’s a challenge to keep up your grades when you’re about to get killed. When missionary kid Kennedy Stern volunteers at a local pregnancy center, she has no idea a mysterious phone call is about to change her life ... Or destroy it. Her first day on the job, Kennedy receives a call for help from a girl who’s far too young to be pregnant. A girl Kennedy will risk everything to rescue ... whether she wants to or not. How far would you go to save a life? Intense, gripping Christian fiction from Women of Faith award-winning author Alana Terry. Book one in the Kennedy Stern Christian suspense series with over 500 five-star reviews. Buy Unplanned today. But be prepared to stay up late.

Standing Tall

Author: Sam Carchidi
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1623687209
Size: 22.54 MB
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As a powerfully built, third-year tight end with the Buffalo Bills, Kevin Everett had it all: a promising NFL future, a beautiful girlfriend whom he planned to marry, and an engaging personality that made him one of his team's most popular players. He also had a wonderful family that included his devoted mother and his three adoring younger sisters, for whom he had recently purchased a home in suburban Houston, Texas. And then, in a fraction of a second, his life was changed forever when he was paralyzed while making a tackle against the Denver Broncos in the 2007 season opener.

Policed

Author: Alana Terry
Publisher: Firstfruits Publishing
ISBN: 1941735134
Size: 17.58 MB
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When Kennedy Stern and her best friend Reuben drag themselves away from their grueling studies to enjoy a night off campus, getting pulled over by a belligerent cop isn’t in either of their plans. When the police altercation turns violent, the media notes Reuben’s dark skin and labels this instance of police brutality a hate crime. Those Kennedy trusts the most warn her not to get involved, but she owes it to Reuben to pursue justice regardless of the personal cost. Nothing remains a secret when a frenzied media and an embarrassed police department delve into Kennedy’s and Reuben’s backgrounds. Some truths, unfortunately, grow increasingly more painful the closer they get to the surface.

Firewall

Author: DiAnn Mills
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 1414389930
Size: 16.39 MB
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After an airport bomb interrupts her honeymoon departure, Taryn awakes to find she and her missing husband are prime suspects, and FBI agent Grayson Hall will need to uncover the truth before he and Taryn become two more casualties.

What No Sushi

Author: Alana Terry
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781937848040
Size: 31.86 MB
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Experience Solar-Powered History There's something you should know about my dad. He's always inventing When I asked him why Japanese Americans left their homes during World War Two, Dad decided to create the coolest invention ever. My brothers and I knew Dad's solar-powered machine would be amazing. We just had no idea that Dad was about to send us on a breathtaking adventure through history Why "did" so many Americans of Japanese ancestry have to leave the West Coast and go to internment camps? What happened to them once they got to the relocation centers? And why does our new friend Kimiko look so familiar that I'm just "sure" we've seen her somewhere before? Join me, Lake Otis, and my brothers, Benson and O'Malley, as we investigate these questions in "What, No Sushi?: My Solar-Powered History at a Japanese-American Internment Camp," the first book in the "My Solar-Powered History" series

Captivated

Author: Alana Terry
Publisher:
ISBN: 1941735517
Size: 71.87 MB
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Kennedy’s harmless summer missions trip is about to turn into a nightmare. Read Captivated today.

Flower Swallow

Author: Alana Terry
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781941735114
Size: 69.34 MB
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"I never woulda guessed a bowl of curst noodles could cause so much trouble." Woong, North Korea, age unknown It all started with a curse. When Woong's hunger drives him to steal the fancy meal set out by his superstitious mother, he invokes a shaman's wrath. Soon afterwards, a flood ravages his home, ripping him from his parents and hurtling him into street life during the catastrophic North Korean famine of the 1990s. Traveling from place to place in order to survive, Woong meets a grandmother whose faith in the Dear Leader enables her to wait patiently for the arrival of food aid, an uncle whose plot to take over a grain silo could land the whole family in prison camp, and a mysterious character who may or may not have an angelic blessing. Woong's journey is arduous, spanning several winters where cold and sickness are perils as deadly as starvation. Still, he holds on to hope of one day reversing the shaman's curse and forging a new life of freedom and belonging. Hailed as Alana's most masterful novel to date, Flower Swallow is a touching story appropriate for most ages. Readers of suspense, young adult, and historical fiction will find Woong's story inspiring and uplifting. It has been described as a "Korean Oliver Twist" and compared to "Life is Beautiful" because of its gentle handling of a very heavy topic.

The Invisible Bridge

Author: Rick Perlstein
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476782423
Size: 70.30 MB
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The best-selling author of Nixonland presents a portrait of the United States during the turbulent political and economic upheavals of the 1970s, covering events ranging from the Arab oil embargo and the era of Patty Hearst to the collapse of the South Vietnamese government and the rise of Ronald Reagan.

The Cowboy

Author: Joan Johnston
Publisher: Dell Publishing Company
ISBN: 0440223806
Size: 43.48 MB
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Trace Blackthorne offers to save Callie Creed's family from financial ruin, despite the long feud between their families, if she will marry him