How will the King enter the world? When will He come? How will he deliver His people?
"While I am there, I will be fully human . . . . It is important that I remain hidden, for the enemy will try to kill me. I will be within his domain, and I will be subject to all the laws of the physical world."
The King's words sent Elric's mind reeling. "What? The implications of this..."
Susie Mast's Old Order life in Lancaster County's Hickory Hollow has been shaped by events beyond her control, with the tragic deaths of her Dat and close-in-age brother casting a particularly long shadow. Now twenty-two, Susie remains unmarried despite her longtime affection for friend Obie Yoder.
"Blazingly original, wry, and perfectly attuned to the oddness—and the profundity—of life” (Cristina Henríquez), Claire Luchette's debut, Agatha of Little Neon, is a novel about yearning and sisterhood, figuring out how you fit in (or don’t), and the unexpected friends who help you find your truest self
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Amanda felt nothing."I can't return to who I was," she said. "I don't know who I am."
The United States is finally a meritocracy, where the best and most capable rise to the top. Existing laws and regulations continue to be repealed, and freedom is the mantra of the people.
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It was the early 1900s when Obadiah (Oba) and Merriweather's (May's) parents died tragically, leaving them orphans at ten and eleven years old.
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, has it become easier to speak out about sexual assault in religious communities?
Linda Wallheim, increasingly disillusioned with her religion, has begun marriage counseling with her husband, Kurt, a bishop in the Mormon Church. On other days, Linda occupies herself with happier things, like visiting her five grown sons and their families.
James Dall attends church every Sunday even though he stopped believing in the Christian God years ago; he says it's for the free coffee. A 29-year-old who waits tables when he's not writing for a smalltime local newspaper, James considers himself a successful author who simply hasn't caught his big break yet, despite the fact he hasn't even finished his first novel.
Since the attack on Pearl Harbor, Gordon Hooper and his buddy Jack Armitage have done "work of national importance" in the West as conscientious objectors: volunteering as smokejumpers, and parachuting into and extinguishing raging wildfires.