Flames of Rebellion

Flames of Rebellion Author Jay Allan
ISBN-10 9780062566836
Release 2017-03-21
Pages 416
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A group of rebels fighting for independence sows the seeds of revolution across the galaxy in this blockbuster military sci-fi adventure from the author of the Crimson Worlds and Far Stars series. The planet Haven slides closer to revolution against its parent nation, Federal America. Everett Wells, the fair-minded planetary governor, has tried to create a peaceful resolution, but his failure has caused the government to send Asha Stanton, a ruthless federal operative, to quell the insurgency. Wells quickly realizes that Stanton has the true power . . . and two battalions of government security troops—specifically trained to put down unrest—under her control. Unlike Wells, Stanton is prepared to resort to extreme methods to break the back of the gathering rebellion, including unleashing Colonel Robert Semmes, the psychopathic commander of her soldiers, on the Havenites. But the people of Haven have their own ideas. They are not the beaten-down masses of Earth, but men and women with the courage and fortitude to tame a new world. Damian Ward is such a resident of Haven, a retired veteran and decorated war hero, who has watched events on his adopted world with growing apprehension. He sympathizes with the revolutionaries, his friends and neighbors, but he is loath to rebel against the flag he fought to defend. That is, until Stanton’s reign of terror intrudes into his life—and threatens those he knows and loves. Then he does what he must, rallying Haven’s other veterans and leading them to the aid of the revolutionaries. Yet the battle-scarred warrior knows that even if Haven’s freedom fighters defeat the federalists, the rebellion is far from over . . . it’s only just begun.



Flames of Rebellion

Flames of Rebellion Author Warwick O'Neill
ISBN-10 0994286198
Release 2016-03-09
Pages 346
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On his release from gaol, all Patrick Flanagan wanted was a good woman, a family and a peaceful life. Then he heard the call that reverberated around the world. Gold! Leaving Moreton Bay behind, he jumps aboard The Cumberland to work for his passage to the goldfields. On the voyage he befriends Fergus, an old sailor at the crossroads of new technology. Together the pair jump ship in Melbourne and head towards the Ballarat Goldfields to make their fortune. But, their dreams of easy riches are soon shattered as they not only battle the elements and the elusive nature of the gold, but also corrupt administrators and brutal law enforcement officers of the Colony, including an old acquaintance of Patrick's. As the group struggle to make a living from the unforgiving earth, events move inexorably towards a fateful collision between the authorities and goldminers, testing the loyalties of the group and finding Patrick on the frontline facing Government forces as they emerge from the early morning mist.



Rebellion s Fury

Rebellion s Fury Author Jay Allan
ISBN-10 9780062566850
Release 2018-04-10
Pages 368
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Rebellion s Fury has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Rebellion s Fury also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Rebellion s Fury book for free.



Twell and the Rebellion

Twell and the Rebellion Author Kate O'Leary
ISBN-10 9781612359649
Release 2014-08-28
Pages 200
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Twell's life is complicated. Her world has been attacked for precious water resources, and loved ones have died. Thrown into the Army Of Powers, Twell is forced to continue training her telekinetic gifts for the looming war. As if that wasn't stressful enough, she's in love with a boy who was not chosen for her, and her genetic match believes in obeying the Governing Body's laws, and fighting for Twell, whether she likes it or not. When Twell begins to question her rights, she manages to invoke a rebellion against the Governing Body she never could have imagined. Twell finds herself in more danger than ever, both from the enemy planet who want to destroy her world, and her own people, who will punish her for fighting for love and free will. To save the ones she loves, Twell must choose what's worth fighting for, despite the consequences.



Mage s Rebellion The Imperial Series

Mage s Rebellion  The Imperial Series Author LA Quill
ISBN-10 9781304687555
Release 2014-12-20
Pages 347
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Princess Calinda has always been a talented mage. As a child she astounded all her tutors. Even her formidable father, Emperor Damuk, acknowledged her talent. So much so that he trained her himself. Now Calinda is eighteen years old and a woman in her own right. All she wants is to serve the Empire like her father and brother. Unfortunately for her, there's one problem. She's a woman. Despite all her pleas, her parents will not allow her to serve in the Royal Guard. They expect her to marry and bear children, but young Callie has no intention of doing so. Desperate to avoid their plans for her, she sneaks out in the dark of the night, never expecting the great darkness she will soon be forced to confront. As the gathering Dark threatens to consume her, she must use all her skills to avoid disaster.



Rebellion

Rebellion Author Ian Irvine
ISBN-10 9780748134168
Release 2013-03-12
Pages 512
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THE WAR HAS NOT BEEN LOST The countries of Cython and Hightspall are at war, with centuries of resentment and evil magic fuelling the flames. Rix has lost everything to traitors on his own side - his family, his reputation, even his right hand. Even so, he must fight. If he can reach his family's mountain fortress, perhaps he can save the refugees who follow him, and begin his own resistance. Tali has been imprisoned by those who wish to use her healing blood, but they may take even more than that. Her life will be forfeit if her captors discover her secret - that she holds the key to winning the war itself. But Rix's fortress holds secrets too, and his arrival sets off a chain of events that will bring old powers and figures out of myths back to the land . . .



Rebellion

Rebellion Author Ronald Long
ISBN-10 9781512265484
Release 2015-07-03
Pages 330
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Fans of Lord of the Rings will appreciate a new epic series by Ronald Long. War rages over Ruyn as Ealrin and his companions each attempt to end the violence raging around them. In the sky, the Dark Comet pulses, threatening a fate more terrible than they can imagine if they fail. Dwarves fight goblins and more sinister monsters to the west. Elves battle each other in a bloody civil war. And the armies of Androlion Fellgate converge on the city of Beaton, ready to demolish the greatest stronghold on the continent. All the while, a general's plot is about to come to fruition and the consequences will change the lives of Ealrin and his friends forever.



The Military and Naval History of the Rebellion in the United States

The Military and Naval History of the Rebellion in the United States Author W. J. Tenney
ISBN-10 BSB:BSB10254031
Release 1867
Pages 843
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Book of Whillem The Fairon Rebellion

Book of Whillem The Fairon Rebellion Author Richard J E
ISBN-10 9781483468440
Release 2017-06-21
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When the Fairon race became obsolete, they were secretly scheduled for elimination by the Grand Security Council of the universe. The Fairons managed to find out about their imminent termination and decided to fight back. With the odds mounting against them, the Fairons must figure out a way to defeat the Grand Security Council and plan the invasion of earth.



Flames of Panama

Flames of Panama Author Andrew Parkin
ISBN-10 9781905237791
Release 2007-03-01
Pages 237
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The tiny state of Panama is the focal interest of powerful nations. Pedro Prestan is a young black man resistant to these powerful interests. His unique, heroic and tragic stand has been erased or distorted by the victors. Pedro Prestan in his lifetime - and after his death - had calumnies heaped upon him. This work tells his legendary story.



The Green Corn Rebellion

The Green Corn Rebellion Author William Cunningham
ISBN-10 9780806185477
Release 2014-10-22
Pages 256
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These days, rural Oklahoma is the last place anybody would look for leftist revolutionaries, but in 1917 the area exploded into full-blown insurrection. The state's tenant farmers, many of whom were Socialist Party members, viewed the Great War in Europe as a conflict that benefited only the rich. When the federal government enacted a draft, an uprising in eastern Oklahoma saw local townspeople skirmishing with rebellious farmers, including whites, blacks, and American Indians. More than 250 men were arrested — some sentenced for up to ten years' imprisonment. This is the backdrop of William Cunningham's powerful novel The Green Corn Rebellion. First published in 1935, it tells the story of Jim Tetley, who wants simply to be a good farmer — if the banks will only let him. As Jim copes with poverty, family rivalries, and community tensions, he must also weigh the need to respond to the call for armed rebellion. Although the insurrection itself succeeded only in undermining the socialist movement and fueling the Red Scare of the 1920s, Cunningham's incendiary writing has been compared to that of Erskine Caldwell. A uniquely American story with roots set deep in Oklahoma soil, The Green Corn Rebellion will attract all readers interested in the state's tumultuous history and in populist causes.



William Scott Ament and the Boxer Rebellion

William Scott Ament and the Boxer Rebellion Author Larry Clinton Thompson
ISBN-10 9780786453382
Release 2009-01-07
Pages 252
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In 1900 in China a peasant movement known as the Boxers rose up and tried to destroy its Western oppressors. The culminating event of the Boxer Rebellion was the siege of the Western legations in Peking. In isolated Peking, a horde of brightly dressed, acrobatic, anti–Western and anti–Christian Boxers surrounded the fortified diplomatic legation compound, and rumors about the torture and murder of 900 Western diplomats, soldiers, and missionaries swirled throughout the foreign media. Scholars agree that animosity toward Christian missionaries was a major cause of the Boxer Rebellion, but most accounts neglect the missionaries and emphasize instead the diplomats and soldiers who weathered the siege and defeated the Chinese in battle. This book gives equivalent attention to the missionaries, their work, the impact they had on China, and the controversies arising in the aftermath of the Boxer Rebellion. It focuses particularly on one of the most distinguished American missionaries, William Scott Ament, whose brave and resourceful heroism was tarnished by hubris and looting.



Who Controls Public Lands

Who Controls Public Lands Author Christopher McGrory Klyza
ISBN-10 9780807862537
Release 2000-11-09
Pages 224
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In this historical and comparative study, Christopher McGrory Klyza explores why land-management policies in mining, forestry, and grazing have followed different paths and explains why public-lands policy in general has remained virtually static over time. According to Klyza, understanding the different philosophies that gave rise to each policy regime is crucial to reforming public-lands policy in the future. Klyza begins by delineating how prevailing policy philosophies over the course of the last century have shaped each of the three land-use patterns he discusses. In mining, the model was economic liberalism, which mandated privatization of public lands; in forestry, it was technocratic utilitarianism, which called for government ownership and management of land; and in grazing, it was interest-group liberalism, in which private interests determined government policy. Each of these philosophies held sway in the years during which policy for that particular resource was formed, says Klyza, and continues to animate it even today.



The Rebellion Record

The Rebellion Record Author Frank Moore
ISBN-10 UOM:39015078222497
Release 1868
Pages
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Vols. 1-8 each in three divisions, separately paged: I. Diary of events; II. Documents and narratives; III. Poetry, rumors and incidents. Vol. 9 in two divisions, omitting "Diary of events"; v. 10-11 and supplement. "Documents" only.



History of England

History of England Author Oliver Goldsmith
ISBN-10 UVA:X030576627
Release 1806
Pages
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Blake

Blake Author David V. Erdman
ISBN-10 9780486143903
Release 2013-08-16
Pages 608
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DIVDefinitive study of strange symbolism Blake used to attack political tyranny of his time. "For our sense of Blake in his own times we are indebted to David Erdman more than anyone else."—Times Literary Supplement. Third revised edition. 32 black-and-white illus. /div



New Zealand s First War

New Zealand s First War Author T. Lindsay Buick
ISBN-10 9781108039987
Release 2011-11-08
Pages 368
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Thomas Lindsay Buick (1865-1938) became interested in New Zealand history while working as a political journalist in Wellington, and became an influential figure in the field. He wrote twelve books and numerous pamphlets on the early history of the country and was elected Fellow of the Royal Historical Society in 1914. This book, first published in Wellington in 1926, describes one of the most significant conflicts in nineteenth-century New Zealand, the Flagstaff War (1845-6), in which European settlers and their Maori supporters fought those Maori who were resisting colonial encroachment. A key figure during the war was the Nga Puhi chief Hone Heke, from the Bay of Islands, who famously refused to acknowledge British sovereignty and repeatedly felled the British flagpole in Kororareka. Buick's account probes the complex relationships among the warring factions, describes the individual phases of the war, and explains how peace was eventually restored.