Untold Stories of a Galaxy

Kysaek: Der Anfang

Author: Michael E. Campbell

Publisher: neobooks

ISBN: 3742795066

Category: Fiction

Page: 80

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Unsere Galaxie. Wunderschön und vielfältig, in jedweder Hinsicht. So viele Orte, Geschöpfe und Möglichkeiten, dass sie kein Verstand jemals wirklich erfassen kann. Doch dass alles beinhaltet auch eine Wahrheit, die grausame, aber ungelogene Wahrheit - unsere Galaxie ist kalt und unbarmherzig. Ein Leben vergeht und sie merkt es nicht. Eine Zivilisation wird ausgelöscht und es kümmert sie nicht. Die Galaxie lässt die Zeit ohne Unterlass fließen, in eine Periode, in der die Menschheit die Sterne erreicht hat und sie bereist, um sich ihren Platz in den dunklen Weiten zu sichern. Alleine ist sie dabei allerdings nicht, denn es gibt noch andere, ambitionierte Spezies und viele davon sind schon sehr viel länger auf dieser Reise als die Menschheit. Inmitten dieser galaktischen Gemeinschaft, die sich noch immer vom schrecklichsten aller Kriege erholt, lebt Elaine Kysaek. Eine junge Frau, die ihr Dasein fristet und ihren Platz scheinbar gefunden hat. Dass hält sie jedoch nicht von gelegentlichen Träumen ab und dem Wunsch nach mehr, auch wenn sie nicht mehr wirklich daran glaubt, dass sie jemals etwas besonders sein oder mehr haben wird, doch sie kennt die nahe Zukunft nicht. Bald schon wird Kysaeks Leben eine drastische Wendung nehmen, die weder sie noch irgendwer jemals hätte erahnen können. Ihr steht eine lange Reise bevor, bei der sie nicht nur sich, sondern viele andere verändern und beeinflussen wird. Sie wird sich gezwungen sehen Entscheidungen zu treffen, denn dass ist was alles Leben ausmacht - Entscheidungen und sind manche davon groß und ohne Wirkung, können kleine das größte Übel nach sich ziehen. Kysaek wird Hoffnung geben, genauso wie Leid verursachen, Bewunderung ernten und Hass auf sich ziehen. Das ist ihre Geschichte. Das sind die unerzählten Geschichten einer Galaxie ...
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Vampire Academy: The Untold Stories

Author: Richelle Mead

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 0241320542

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 144

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An exclusive, never-before-seen collection of stories that sheds new light on the Vampire Academy world and its players: The Turn and the Flame takes a deeper look into the dark stain on the Ozera dynasty . . . From the Journal of Vasilisa Dragomir unearths the princess's private thoughts from a transformative period of her life . . . The Meeting gives us a glimpse of Rose Hathaway through Dimitri's eyes . . . Hello My Name Is Rose Hathaway reveals the chaos that ensues when Rose and Dimitri become unlikely teammates in a high-stakes scavenger hunt . . .
Posted in Young Adult Fiction

Untold Stories

How I Survived a Child Porn Ring

Author: Timmy Fielding

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781462047161

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 232

View: 6129

By the time Timmy Fielding is ten years old, he has already experienced situations that no child should be exposed to. At home, he has a physically and mentally abusive mother and an absentee father. At his school, still out for summer vacation, Timmy is unwittingly lured into a pornography ring by his third-grade teacher. Once he is in, it is almost impossible for him to get out. Untold Stories: How I Survived a Porn Ring tells Fielding’s true life story. When not being beaten by his mother at home, he was being tortured, forced to perform sexual acts on other boys and men, and coerced into appearing in pornographic movies for a group of men who serve as his surrogate parents. In the memoir, he tells of a scary and lonely world of abuse and pornography and the effects these environments had on him as a child. Untold Stories narrates Fielding’s will to survive, thrive, and escape with the help of family and friends who stood by him during difficult times.
Posted in Biography & Autobiography

Ola Rotimi

The Untold Stories

Author: Dayo Alao

Publisher: N.A


Category: Authors, Nigerian

Page: 56

View: 2555

Posted in Authors, Nigerian

We are All Suspects Now

Untold Stories from Immigrant Communities After 9/11

Author: Tram Nguyen

Publisher: Beacon Press

ISBN: 9780807004616

Category: Political Science

Page: 187

View: 9742

The author examines the impact of changes to immigration policy and law after 9/11 on the nation's immigrant community by focusing on "Little Pakistan"--a community of 20,000 people living in Brooklyn that has suffered under radical changes. Original.
Posted in Political Science

Untold Stories

A Canadian Disability History Reader

Author: Nancy Hansen,Roy Hanes,Diane Driedger

Publisher: Canadian Scholars

ISBN: 177338046X

Category: Social Science

Page: 382

View: 1349

This long-awaited reader explores the history of Canadian people with disabilities from Confederation to current day. This edited collection focuses on Canadians with mental, physical, and cognitive disabilities, and discusses their lives, work, and influence on public policy. Organized by time period, the 23 chapters in this collection are authored by a diverse group of scholars who discuss the untold histories of Canadians with disabilities―Canadians who influenced science and technology, law, education, healthcare, and social justice. Selected chapters discuss disabilities among Indigenous women; the importance of community inclusion; the ubiquity of stairs in the Montreal metro; and the ethics of disability research. This volume is a terrific resource for students and anyone interested in disability studies, history, sociology, social work, geography, and education. Untold Stories: A Canadian Disability History Reader offers an exceptional presentation of influential people with various disabilities who brought about social change and helped to make Canada more accessible.
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Untold Stories

Author: Alan Bennett

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 0571246893

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 672

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Alan Bennett's first collection of prose since Writing Home takes in all his major writings over the last ten years. The title piece is a poignant family memoir with an account of the marriage of his parents, the lives and deaths of his aunts and the uncovering of a long-held family secret. Bennett, as always, is both amusing and poignant, whether he's discussing his modest childhood or his work with the likes of Maggie Smith, Thora Hird and John Gielgud. Also included are his much celebrated diaries for the years 1996 to 2004. At times heartrending and at others extremely funny,Untold Stories is a matchless and unforgettable anthology. Since the success of Beyond the Fringe in the 1960s Alan Bennett has delighted audiences worldwide with his gentle humour and wry observations about life. His many works include Forty Years On, The Lady in the Van, Talking Heads, A Question of Attribution and The Madness of King George. The History Boys opened to great acclaim at the National in 2004, and is winner of the Evening Standard Award, the South Bank Award and the Critics' Circle Award for Best New Play. 'Perhaps the best loved of English writers alive today.' Sunday Telegraph Untold Stories is published jointly with Profile Books.
Posted in Biography & Autobiography

Untold Stories

Author: N.A

Publisher: Fezekile Futhwa

ISBN: 0620471778


Page: N.A

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Untold Stories

Learning Support Assistants and Their Work

Author: Tim O'Brien,Philip Garner

Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC.

ISBN: 9781858562506

Category: Education

Page: 150

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Learning Support Assistants are taking an increasingly pivotal role in the classroom, yet their voices have remained unheard. In this book they talk about their work in various schools and settings in the UK and Europe. The Learning Support Assistants writing here come from a range of educational and experiential backgrounds and work across a wide spectrum of schools, including one for children with emotional and behavioural difficulties and one for children with special educational needs. The book aims to connect with the current experience of these invaluable but poorly paid educators, raise their profile and validate their voices. By developing points of practice from the grounded experience of Learning Support Assistants, it provides a resource for their training and development. This book is for Learning Support Assistants, for their trainers and mentors, and for the management teams of schools who employ people to support children in their classrooms.
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Problem-Based Learning In Higher Education: Untold Stories

Untold Stories

Author: Savin-Baden, Maggi

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 033520337X

Category: Education

Page: 161

View: 2246

This book discloses ways in which learners and teachers manage complex and diverse learning in the context of their lives in a fragile and often incoherent world. It explores both the theory and the practice of problem-based learning and considers the implications of implementing problem-based learning organizationally.
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Women's Untold Stories

Breaking Silence, Talking Back, Voicing Complexity

Author: Mary Romero,Abigail J. Stewart

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415922074

Category: Social Science

Page: 282

View: 419

First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Untold Stories

Memories and Lives of Victorian Kooris

Author: Jan Critchett

Publisher: Melbourne University Publish

ISBN: 9780522848182

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 283

View: 4046

'I'm your half-brother and I'm here to stay. This is my home.' With these words Wilmot Abraham sought refuge with his white relations. Wilmot was the best-known Aboriginal in the Warrnambool district of Victoria, a man who maintained the old way of life long after his people were dispossessed. Local farmers spoke of him as 'the last of his tribe'. Few were aware that his father had been a white lad working as a boundary rider on the Western District frontier; and only the Aboriginal community knew that Wilmot had barely escaped with his life from the violent seizure of his mother's people's country. In Untold Stories, Jan Critchett presents a series of moving Aboriginal biographies from the Western District of Victoria, drawing both on the oral tradition of local Koori Elders and on official records. Wilmot's is one of the many untold stories that appear here for the first time. Untold Stories opens our eyes to a number of remarkable individuals who managed to make a life for themselves in the interstices of the society that had dispossessed them. Their long-running battle to maintain their culture and their connection to country, in the face of a regime that seemed bent on denying their humanity, is both humbling and inspiring.
Posted in Biography & Autobiography

Game Wardens

The Untold Stories

Author: Kyle A. Voris

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 1480957488

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 90

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Game Wardens By: Kyle A. Voris Game Wardens: The Untold Stories follows the 20-year career of Kyle A. Voris from his time at school training to his experiences in the field. From saving lives to near-death experiences, Voris’s memoir covers the funny moments to the not-so-funny moments, and everything in between!
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Las Vegas, the Untold Stories

...That Made Sin City the Entertainment Capital of the World

Author: John Romero

Publisher: Abbott Press

ISBN: 1458203859

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 246

View: 1775

Youre about to enter a city that has no equal. It was built by extraordinary people with imaginative minds. Did they drink? Not sure, but why else would they build it in a Nevada desert? Some say you can go anywhere in the world and discover that people not only know about Las Vegas--theyd give anything to get there. True. As soon as I graduated from college I took an all-night bus to reach a city Id heard of, but never seen. I stayed 30 years. Damn good years, too. And the mystique of the entertainers and the film stars and the elaborate restaurants and 24-hour-a-day casinos never wore off. I spent 20 of my years at the Sahara, on the Strip, got inside the gambling business in the 60s and loved it. Helped it, too, with my writing and my inventions. The Mob was still around in those days. They were the first venture capitalists and owned a piece of every casino in town. Did that stop anyone from having a good time? Of course not. Gradually the Mob faded away--which is what happens when an FBI office with 15 agents sets up shop in town. But the gaiety didnt stop for a second, even when corporations realized they were the big guys now. Our Sahara entertainment director stunned us in 1964 when he made a deal with The Beatles to play two shows. I met the boys after dark at a small Las Vegas airport, rode with them to the Sahara and helped get them to their suite before teen age girls tore their clothes off. So take a chance, have a seat and enjoy that drink in front of you. Its time to start the show. --John Romero
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UndocuStudents: Our Untold Stories

Author: Emmanuel Camarillo

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0578197634


Page: N.A

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Physicians' Untold Stories

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Author: Scott Kolbaba

Publisher: BookBaby

ISBN: 1483579409

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 240

View: 5697

Doctors work in life-and-death situations every day. But what happens when they encounter something even they can't explain scientifically? Dreams foretelling future events, apparitions and other miraculous experiences fill this book, as practicing doctors recount the most unusual moments of their careers. Meant to awe, instruct and inspire, these tales will convince even the harshest skeptic that there are things beyond this physical world and that sometimes, all we need to do is believe. Physicians' Untold Stories doesn't stop at chronicling these occurrences. Scott J. Kolbaba, MD, provides a glimpse into the lives of doctors that few get to experience. Learn their agonies and joys. In their own words, doctors reach out to you and show you how faith in the divine has shaped their lives. Even in the darkest of times, as they comfort terminally ill patients and make impossible choices, moments of light shine through. Like the popular Chicken Soup for the Soul series, Kolbaba has catalogued inspirational moments into small stories perfect for bite-size reading--or maybe for gobbling up all at once!
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Aids Sutra

Untold Stories from India

Author: N.A

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1409079759

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 352

View: 1478

India is home to almost three million HIV cases. But AIDS is still a disease stigmatized and shrouded in denial. It is stigma that prevents people from openly discussing the facts around HIV, and keeps them from getting treatment. Stigma leads to discrimination against HIV positive people in hospitals, schools and even among families. In this ground-breaking anthology, sixteen of India's well-known writers go on the road to tell the human story behind the epidemic. William Dalrymple meets the devadasis ('temple women'), many of whom have become victims of HIV; Kiran Desai travels to the coast of Andhra where the sex workers are considered the most desirable and Salman Rushdie spends a day with Mumbai's transgenders. These writers travel the country to talk to housewives, vigilantes, homosexuals, police and sex-workers and together they create a complex and gripping picture of AIDS in India: who it is affecting, how and why. Eye-opening, hard-hitting and moving, AIDS Sutra will show you a side to India rarely seen before. This anthology was produced in collaboration with Avahan, the India AIDS Initiative of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Proceeds will be used to support programs for children affected by HIV in India.
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Women Vietnam Veterans

Our Untold Stories

Author: Donna A. Lowery

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1504913981

Category: History

Page: 750

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Women Vietnam Veterans: Our Untold Stories, by Donna Lowery, a Vietnam veteran, chronicles the participation of American military women during the Vietnam War. This little-known group of an estimated 1,000 women from the Army, Marine Corps, Navy and Air Force left its mark in Vietnam from 1962 to 1973. They served in a myriad of duties from intelligence analysts, flight controllers, clerk-typists, translators, physical therapists, dietitians and communications specialists among many others. Our Untold Stories allows the women to speak for themselves about their experiences, and, for the first time ever, brings names, facts and figures together in one literary work. The purpose of the book is to be historically significant to future researchers. The history of the military women in Vietnam began in 1962 with Army Major Anne Marie Doering. She was born in what became North Vietnam. Her father was a French officer, her mother a German citizen. When her father died, her mother married an American businessman. Her service in Vietnam as a Combat Intelligence Officer is a compelling story of the US military women in a war zone. It was not until 1965 that the US Women’s Army Corps (WAC) sent two women as advisors to assist the newly formed Vietnam Women’s Armed Forces Corps. The following year, the Army authorized the establishment of a WAC Detachment in Vietnam. Soon, thereafter, the Air Force, Marine Corps and Navy also sent women to serve in various capacities. In March 1973, under the Paris Peace Accords, the last women left Vietnam along with the remaining men. The impact they had in Vietnam set the stage for the expansion and integration of women into additional roles in the military. Today, women serve in areas of active combat, demonstrating their abilities and dedication to the mission.
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Iraqi Women

Untold Stories From 1948 to the Present

Author: Nadje Sadig Al-Ali

Publisher: Zed Books

ISBN: 9781842777459

Category: History

Page: 292

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Nadje al-Ali challenges the myths and misconceptions which have dominated debates about Iraqi women, bringing a much needed gender perspective to bear on a central political issue of our time. She traces the political history of Iraq from post-colonial independence, to the emergence of a women's movement in the 1950s and Saddam Hussein's early policy of state feminism. The book also discusses the increases in social conservatism, domestic violence and prostitution, and shows that, far from being passive victims, Iraqi women have been, and continue to be, key political actors. The impact of Islam on women's lives is analysed in the context of the recent invasion and occupation, and it is argued that US-led calls for liberation may in the long term serve to oppress the women of Iraq further.
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