Mark Of The Lion
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📒Mark Of The Lion Gift Collection ✍ Francine Rivers
✏Mark of the Lion Gift Collection Book Summary : This classic series has inspired nearly two million readers. Both loyal fans and new readers will want the latest edition of this beloved series. Books in this latest edition include a foreword from the publisher, a preface from Francine Rivers, and discussion questions suitable for personal and group use. #1 A Voice in the Wind: Torn by her love for a handsome aristocrat, a young slave girl clings to her faith in the living God for deliverance from the forces of decadent Rome. #2 An Echo in the Darkness: Turning away from the opulence of Rome, Marcus is led by a whispering voice from the past into a journey that could set him free from the darkness of his soul. #3 As Sure As the Dawn: Atretes. German warrior. Revered gladiator. He won his freedom through his fierceness . . . but his life is about to change forever.
📒Mark Of The Lion ✍ Suzanne Arruda
✏Mark Of The Lion Book Summary : In 1919, when most women only dream of adventure, Jade del Cameron lives it. After driving an ambulance along the front lines of the Great War, Jade can fire a rifle with deadly precision. She may look like a pinup blonde, but she's smart and tough and doesn't shy away from a challenge. So when she agrees to fulfil a fighter pilot's dying wish - that she investigate the death of his father and track down his half brother - she sets off for the wilds of colonial Africa ...never expecting to become involved in murder. Rich with mystery and adventure, Mark of the Lion introduces a fascinating new heroine years ahead of her time, and explores the elusive heart of a compelling and exotic world.
📒Mark Of The Lion ✍ Kenneth Sandford
✏Mark Of The Lion Book Summary : Charles Upham was the great New Zealand war hero. He was one of the few people in history to have won the Victoria Cross twice, setting new standards of personal heroism during World War II. A quietly spoken sheep farmer back home in Canterbury, at the front in Crete and North Africa he destroyed enemy machinegun posts single-handed and led a frontal assault on enemy guns. His exploits and individual heroism are the stuff of Kiwi legend. He then spent the rest of the war in prisoner-of-war camps, including the famous Colditz Castle, where he made life a misery for the German guards, constantly trying to escape. This bestselling book was first published by Hutchinson in Britain in 1962 and reprinted many times. It has become a classic. In a new Afterword written for this edition, Bruce Wallace, author of Battle of the Titans, describes Upham's life following the war until his death in 1994.
✏Mark of the Lion The Story of Capt Charles Upham V C and Bar With Plates Including Portraits Book Summary :
📒Mark Of The Lion ✍ Kenneth Leslie Sandford
✏Mark of the Lion Book Summary : New Zealand's greatest war hero, Charles Upham, was one of the few people to have won the Victoria Cross twice. During World War II, he was in Crete, then North Africa and later a prisoner of war in Colditz. His legendary exploits, his acumen as a soldier and his classically understated Kiwi mannerisms have endeared him to all New Zealanders.
📒The Mark Of The Beast ✍ Debra Hassig
✏The Mark of the Beast Book Summary : The medieval bestiary was a contribution to didactic religious literature, addressing concerns central to all walks of Christian and secular life. These essays analyze the bestiary from both literary and art historical perspectives, exploring issues including kinship, romance, sex, death, and the afterlife.
✏The Lion of Saint Mark A Story of Venice in the Fourteenth Century Book Summary :
📒Myths Of Venice ✍ David Rosand
✏Myths of Venice Book Summary : Rosand explores the imagery that the Republic of Venice developed to represent itself as the ideal, serene state, founded with holy purpose and protected by divine favor. He argues that, Venice--more than any other political entity of the early modern period--shaped the visual imagination of political thought. This visualization of political ideals, and its reciprocal effect on the civic imagination, is the larger theme of the book. Time period: early modern period, esp. 13th-16th centuries.
📒A Touch Of Immortality ✍ Vivian Ditzler
✏A Touch of Immortality Book Summary : A young gypsy is tasked with the fate of the world and her heart in this enthralling new novel full of passionate adventure, magic, and supernatural legend... The knowledge of a prophecy her family has kept secret, will bring her closer to discovering the truth about herself. Nadya CooperSmith must face a series of bizarre events, and decide on true love while fighting forces of evil. Determine to fulfill her destiny and follow her own heart, Nadya is willing to do anything. But is it enough? "A beautiful gypsy, two immortals, and the choice that will change her life forever."
📒The Lion Of St Mark ✍ Thomas Quinn
✏The Lion of St Mark Book Summary : The first book in an adventurous trilogy The House of Ziani and the House of Soranzo had been enemies ever since their grandfathers' joint business venture had collapsed more than forty years before. Then, they had chosen not to resolve their differences in the courts. Instead, they each sought to prevail in their rivalry by investing, trading, and manipulating as each battled to dominate and ultimately ruin the other. The fathers passed this legacy on to their sons.... A sleek Venetian fleet plows through stormy November seas, bearing reinforcements to help defend the fabled city of Constantinople against an impending siege by Ottoman Turks. Rescue plans are jeopardized, however, when an age-old bitter conflict flares between two Venetian nobles onboard: The brave naval Captain Giovanni Soranzo thirsts for revenge against the proud marine officer, Antonio Ziani. These two men will survive the sacking of Constantinople and will find their lives bound together in a heroic struggle to save their beloved city. The year is 1452, and while Italy glories in the Renaissance, Venice is on the verge of an epic war of survival against the powerful Turks, who are intent on conquering Venetian lands, possessing her riches, and utterly destroying the city forever. Now these two patricians, both patriots, must temper their hostility toward each other with loyalty to their beloved republic. Fighting each other when they can, fighting together when they must, Ziani and Soranzo risk their lives to defend Venice---and their honor. Much more than a war story, this is a tale of Venice, when she was the greatest city on earth and the world's only republic. It is a tale, too, of her people, whose fortunes and very lives were dependent on her success. Admired, envied, hated, and feared, but with her vast wealth and vaunted navy, always respected, she is La Serenissima---the Serene Republic of Venice---and this is her story. Thomas Quinn combines his expertise on Venice with explosive, page-turning action to give readers an epic novel of struggle and survival.