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Dark Worlds - Bryan Kovach
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1996, ISBN: 9781426947476

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RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 94 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.2in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1856 edition. Excerpt: . . . of it, so long as it continues to improve in efficiency and public benefit, and holds, as it does now, the position of our brightest ornament, with the prospect of being the fruitful source from whence we are to derive yet higher honor and more brilliant results. REVISION OF THE ORDINANCES. I can not too earnestly impress upon you the necessity of a revision and a collecting of the ordinances into one or more volumes, and a codification of the laws applicable to this city. It would be almost incredible to a stranger to be told that there is no collection of the laws by which this city is governed. A collection of ordinances has not been published since 1845, and of that but few copies remain; since 1845 material amendments have been made to the charter, and numerous resolutions and ordinances have been adopted, which are now to be found only by a voyage of discovery in the office of the Clerk of the Board of Aldermen, with the chance being very much against success, even with the guide of the accommodating officers who have charge of that office. The memory of persons who have for many years been connected with the Common Council is the only index in existence. The mere statement of the fact will, I am confident, procure action. THE DOCKS. The dock accommodations for the shipping of the city, is another subject which should. receive notice. You need not be informed that at present they tire totally inadequate, both in extent and quality. There is no commercial city in the world, of the magnitude of New-York, so deficient; substantial stone or iron docks and piers should be constructed, which would not only be durable, but in the result far more economical than those now in use. A funded debt could be created for the payment of the cost, leaving. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 66 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1913 Excerpt: . . . Capital of the United States. 1791, August 30, Issue of the first United States patent. 1792, April 2, United States Mint established at Philadelphia, Penn sylvania. 1793, September 18, Laying of the corner stone of the Capitol, at Washington, District of Columbia. 1784, May 8, Congress established the Post-Office Department. 1796, September 17, President Washington issued his Farewell Address. 1799, December 14, Death of President Washington. 1807, January 19, Birth of General Robert E. Lee. 1807, August 11, First trial trip of a steamboat, by Robert Fulton, its inventor, on the Hudson River. 1809, February 12, Birth of Abraham Lincoln. 1813, September 10, Perrys victory on Lake Erie. 1815, January 8, Battle of New Orleans. 1816, December 13, Establishment, at Boston, Massachusetts, of the first Savings Bank in the United States. 1819, May 22, the first steam vessel to cross the Atlantic Ocean sailed from Atlanta, Georgia. . - 1844, May 27, First telegraph message sent by Professor Morse, the inventor of telegraphy. 1846, April 23, Beginning of the Mexican War. 1847, February 22, Battle of Buena Vista. 1847, September 14, Capture of the City of Mexico by the United States Army. 1851, August 27, the Yacht America won the international cup race, at Cowes, England. 1858, August 16, the Old World and the New World connected by tele graphic cable. 1859, October 18, Capture of John Brown, at Harpers Ferry, Virginia. 1860, December 20, South Carolina seceded from the Union. 1861, April 12, Fort Sumter, South Carolina, bombarded. 1861, April 15, President Lincoln issued his first call for volunteers. 1861, July 21, Battle of Bull Run. 1862, March 9, Fight, in Hampton Roads, Virginia, between the Mon itor and the Merrimac. . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 84 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.2in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1896 Excerpt: . . . Gravity Road, W illiamsport, Wilkesbarre, Scrantoi and other points in the GREAT IRON AND COAL DISTRICTS. New Jersey Southern Division TO ALL SEASIDE RESORTS ON THE NEW JERSEY COAST SANDY HOOK ROUTE Leaving Pier 8, North River, foot of Rector Street, for Atlantic Highlands, Highland Beach, Seabright, Monmouth Beach. LONG BRANCH, Elberon, Deal Beach, Asbury Park, OCEAN GROVE, Belmar, Spring Lake, Sea Girt, Toms River, Barnegat, Tuckerton, Beach Haven, and Atlantic City, DURING THE SEASON OF 1898. Three Capacious Steamers Will run between New York and Atlantic Highlands, in connection with Express Trains. ALL RAIL LINE TO NEW JERSEY SEASIDE RESORTS. Leave foot of Liberty Street, North River. Through Express Trains equipped with New Cars. Air Brakes. and all the latest appliaoff for the safety and comfort of passengers. ROYAL BLUE LINE Between New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington FIVE HOURS FROM NEW YORK TO WASHINGTON. Double Track, Steel Rails. Stone Ballast, No Dust, Drawing Room Cars on all Trains. Station in NEW YORK: Foot of Liberty Street, North River. Stations in PHILADELPHIA: Philadelphia and Reading Railroad; 12th and Market streets. 24th and Chestnut Sts. , 3d and Berks Sts. Station in BALTIMORE: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Camden and Eutaw Streets. Station in WASHINGTON: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, New Jersey Avenue and 0 ST One Square from the Capitol, Up Broadway to the City Hall. me of the noblest and costliest business structures in the city d on Broadway below Wall St. Co. I is the exceedingly lofty hington (or Fields) building. 7o. 18, next above the Produce lange, the grand front of the Les building appears. No. 26 vered by the massive structure te Standard Oil Company, and 29 by the ornate Columbia. Zo. AS . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 56 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 Excerpt: . . . between the Methodist and the Congregational Churches. It is 29. 7 feet from the west limit of that street and 26 feet north of the north limit of the cross street which runs parallel to the street on which the churches stand. It is 39. 1 feet from the northwest corner of the intersection of these two streets and 101 and 100. 6 feet from the southwest and southeast corners, respectively. The station is unmarked. Traverse City, Grand Traverse County. --The station of 1907 was reoccupied. It is in the eastern part of the ground immediately surrounding the main buildings of the asylum for the insane, about 600 feet east of the entrance to the office, and about 1J miles southwest of the center of the town. It is 107. 5 feet west of the asylum fence. 5S. 6 feet northwest of a maple tree about 1. 7 feet in diameter, and about 357 feet north of the stone pavement leading to the main office. It is marked by a Bedford limestone post 5 by 6 by 30 inches, projecting about 2 inches above ground and lettered U. S. C. 4 G. S. , 1907. The following true bearings were determined in 1907 and 1915: o Cross on Catholic Church (marki 9 2. 0 east of south Southernmost pinnacle on south wing of asylum 41 27. 0 west of sooth Weather vane on cupola over entrance to main office of asylum 76 55. 0 west of south Trout Lake, Chippewa County. --The station is on a sandy hill about 750 feet north of the main line of the Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic tracks, and about 600 feet northwest of the main line of the Minneapolis. St. Paul and Sault S. Marie line. It is directly north of the Trout Lake Hotel. 21 feet east of the line of the west end of the hoteL 40. 4 feet southwest of the comer post of a pasture, and about 65 feet west of the west line of the street running nort. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 118 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.2in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. 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Excerpt: . . . 183 Gold Lenda George, stonecutter 16 Plymouth Lenfesty James, rigger 154 Nassau Lengbi M G, marhlecutter-72 Fulton Lennan Patrick, clerk Baltic n Hoyt Lennan Mrs, widowRaymond n Bolivar Lent David, watchman in Nrvy Yard 75 Hwiunwv Lent J, E, sailmaker 25 Nassau Lentz Jonathon, blncknmitli1(ent n Myrtle Leonnan Andrew, stone cutter Flushing n Vanderbilt av Leonard Allen, ferryman Cumberland II Park av Leonard John, cutlei Jamaica av n Bedford green Leonard Joseph, painter Turnpike n Flatbneh road Leonard Michael, 38 Degraw Leonard Patrick, morocco dresser 58 Stanton Leonard Samuel B, sash and . blindrnaker H6 Prince Leonard W, Clinton ii Harrison Lequcsne John, cabinet maker Sandford c Willoughby Leriie M, wheelivright Kent n Myrtle Leslie James Y, hosiery store 21 Front Leslie John, paper hanger 7 Harpers court Jay at Leslie John W, clerk N Y h 21 Front Leslie Thomas, auctioneer and agent 223 Fulton Lester David, dry goods N Y h Clinton n Atlantic Lethbi idge Robert, 4 Bond Lethill Wm, Boerum n Pacific Lethrop Henry, teacher 13 Clinlcm Lettimore John, bookeeper 15 College pla Leveredge Boman, merchant 49 Nassau Leverich Caleb, 33 Baltic Leverich D T, grocer 4 York h Sf) Leverich Michael, laborer 206 Prospect Leverich Sarah, widow 218 Adams Levy Daniel, cow keeper Hudson n Db8V0iBI Levison Uriah, drnggist 2Y5 Adams Leeds Stephen P, drugzist Atlantic c ourt Lewis Andrew, confectioner 189 Court Lewis Alpheiis, ferryman 47 York Lewis Alpheos B, cartman, 196 Myrtle Lewis Benjamin E, clerk Prince or Wiliaughby Lewis David, butcher Navy c Myrtle Lewis Ebenezer, mason 25 Navy Lewis Elijah, dry goods merchant 150 Fulton LewisE jar, dry good merchant 149 Fulton. Lewis Ezra, merchant N Y h 174 Henry Lewis Henry, . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, Tabor City, NC: Atlantic Publishing Co., 1986. Second printing. Numerous b/w photographs. 222 pp. Softcover. Small 8vo. White paper wrappers. Lightly bumped and rubbed to head, heel and extremities; light edgewear to wrapper; moderately worn to spine hinges; Very good/No jacket issued., RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 118 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.2in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 Excerpt: . . . of the surrounding district. This city is growing very rapidly. Asheville is a beautiful mountain resort and is an important trade center in the mountain (1 istrict. Durham and Winston are centers of a large tobacco trade. South Carolina. Charleston has a tine harbor and is the chief seaport of South Caro-lina. Charleston takes high rank in the export of cotton and rice. Fifty years after the Pil-grims landed in Plymoutk, an English colony settled near the present site of Charleston and a little later moved to the site where the city now stands. The people of this colony hegan the culture of rice in this country. Some years later they raised with great success the dye plant indigo and still later the cotton plant, which has now become the chief source of wealth in the South. Near Charleston, and in the river bottoms and marshy lands farther south, is found a kind of rock known as phosphate ck. Large quantities of it are prepared for use as a fertilizer. Columbia, the capital, is the railroad center of the state and the seat of the State University. Spartansburg is the center of the cotton-manu-facturing indust. of the state. Greenvil. is a beautiful health resort. Georgta. In Atlanta, the capital and largest city, several railroads from the Atlantic coastal plain meet others from the Mississippi valley. This city is therefore a trade center for nearly all kinds of southern products. Atlanta has extensive cotton mills. Stone mountain, near teas ci, is a mountain of granite of excellent quality and is being largely quarried. Savannah is the oldest city and principal port of the state. Only New Orleans and New York, among the seaports of our cou. ry, surpass it in the export of cotton. This city has a large trade in rice and lumber, and leads the world in the. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 118 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.2in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1849 Excerpt: . . . of a wealthy metropolis, vying, in the size of its massive structures, with the most imposing of the Atlantic cities. 16. If you are fond of enterprise, you can here join a hunting expedition, about to proceed two thousand miles up the Missouri river, for the purpose of killing buffaloes, bears, beavers, and other wild animals. These hunting parties frequently set out from St. Louis, and are sometimes gone two or three years. They bring back many boat-loads of skins, taken from the animals they have killed. Sometimes these hunters meet with unfriendly Indians, who attack them. Several hunting parties have been entirely destroyed in this way. 17. Missouri has become settled, and principally from the southern and southwestern states; she is one of the richest in natural resources. The lead mines reserved by the United States in these Western States have become very productive; and they begin to get hence copper, also, which has been found in pure masses weighing thousands of pounds. 18. In 1840, a man named Joseph Smith said he had found some old-brass or gold plates, engraved with the book of Mormon, which once was one of the sacred books, the rest of which form our Bible; he also said he had visions and revelations to form a new sect, called Mormons, or Latter-day Saints. Num 15. St. Louis 16. Hunting expedition What do hunters sometimes meet with 17. Whence was Missouri settled What is said of minerals 18. Tell what is said of the Mormons. 19. What bers and wealth, from east and west United States, and from Europe, joined him; they settled at Far West, in Missouri, but being driven thence, went to Nauvoo, in Illinois, founded a city, organized a government, and began building a curious and vast stone temple. In August, 1844, a quarrel broke out betw. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, Carole Marsh Mysteries. No binding. New. Library Binding. 160 pages. Dimensions: 7.3in. x 5.3in. x 0.5in.When you purchase the Library Bound mystery you will receive FREE online eBook access! Carole Marsh Mystery Online eBooks are an easy, effective, and immediate way to read your favorite Carole Marsh Mystery on the go! Each web-hosted Online eBook is filled with the same exact pages as the book, plus additional features like pages that flip with a fun sound as you read, a full chapter directory, full-screen and thumbnail viewing capabilities, and more! Online eBooks allow readers to access their book anytime, from anywhere by using a computer, tablet, or other device with Internet access. They require NO additional access or hosting fees When you purchase a library bound Carole Marsh Mystery book, you get unlimited access to the Online eBook version for FREE. You don t need to download Online eBooks they are available to you online 247! Online eBooks are available exclusively from Gallopade, and are compatible with Macs, PC, iPad, and other devices with Internet access. Christina, Grant, Mimi, and Papa head to the big city of Atlanta, Georgia, to explore the creepy Underground past and the high tech global future, but someone ends up stranded on a giant stone ear-really!-in a mystery that will really blow you away!Look Whats Inside This Mystery - people, places, history and more! Places in Atlanta: Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel Five Points Underground Atlanta The Fox Theatre Krispy Kreme Wrens Nest CNN Center Piedmont Park Atlanta Botanical Gardens Mary Macs Tea Room Fernbank Museum of Natural History Cyclorama Zoo Atlanta Auburn Avenue World of Coca-Cola Stone Mountain Lenox Mall The Varsity Turner Field Oakland Cemetery Georgia Tech Capitol Building The High Museum of Art Dahlonega Pitch Tree Trail Sandtown Trail Zero Mile Post and the Western and Atlantic Railroad Storza WoodsEducational Items: Margaret Mitchell Gone with the Wind North Georgia Gold Rush Atlanta history Creek Indians The Civil War General Sherman The Battle of Atlanta Brer Rabbit Joel Chandler Harris News production (at CNN) Life of Martin Luther King, Jr. 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games Thrashersville The Nutcracker The Arabian Nights Southern food Soul food Atlanta Crackers Atlanta Braves Sweet Auburn neighborhood Periodic table of ElementsPeople: Solomon Luckie Sherlock Holmes Robert E. Lee Jefferson Davis Stonewall Jackson Priscilla the Pink Pig ZorroThis mystery incorporates history, geography, culture and cliffhanger chapters that keep kids begging for more! This mystery includes SAT words, educational facts, fun and humor, a scavenger hunt and activities. This Carole Marsh Mystery will have Accelerated Reader Reading Levels, Lexile Measures, Fountas and Pinnell Guided Reading Levels and Developmental Reading Assessments. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Carole Marsh Mysteries, RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 136 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.3in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 Excerpt: . . . St. , Chicago, 11l. KANSAS Geo. W. Brown Mystic Tie, No. 74 Augusta. Kan. Barlett Cooley Galena. No. 144 Galena, Kan. T. P. Moore Holton, No. 42 Holton, Kan. KENTUCKY F. D. Stone Louisville, No. 400 Louisville, Ky. MAINE John K. Martin Atlantic, No. 81 Bridgeton, Me. MARYLAND Thomas J. Shryock M. W. G. M. of Md. . . Baltimore, Md. Saml P. Sexton, Jr Concordia. No. 13 Baltimore, Md. James A. Gary Fidelity, No. 151 Baltimore, Md. MASSACHUSETTS John H. Treat Tuscan Lawrence, Mass. Geo. F. Washburn Constellation 465 Wash. St. , Boston, Mass. Geo. L. Bradbury Wisdom 3214 Mich. Ave. , Chicago. 11l. E. M. Fielding St. Johns Creamer Wing Laundry Co. , Boston, Mass. MICHIGAN Gabriel Chiera Detroit, No. 2 Detroit, Mich. Henry N. Loud Ausable, No. 243 Ausable, Mich. MINNESOTA Charles W. Brown Minneapolis, No. 1 Pittsburg Plate Glass Co. , Pittsburg, Pa. MISSOURI A. C. Stewart Occidental, No. 163 St. Louis. Mo. Eugene M. Bontils Troy, No. 34 Denver. Col. F. A. Copeland Frontier. No. 45 La Crosse, Wis. Harry Rubey Censor, No. 107 Macon, Mo. NEW HAMPSHIRE James F. Baldwin Lafayette, No. 41 Manchester, N. H. A. Gale Straw Washington, No. 61 Manchester, N. H. NEW JERSEY James F. Dickinson Union, No. 11 Orange, N. J. NEW YORK Frank C. Clark Crescent, No. 402 111 Broadway, N. Y. City. Robert J. Gross Dunkirk, No. 767 Dunkirk. N. Y. Jno. J. McWilliams Washington, No. 240 Buffalo, N. Y. Irving F. Craven Highland, No. 835 Buffalo, N. Y. Daniel H. Ayres King Sol. Prim. , No. 91. . . . Troy, N. Y. Daniel Hays Gloversville, No. 449 Gloversville, N. Y. W. A. Baldwin DoMolay, No. 498 116 N. Main St. . Pueblo, Col. Edwin A. Bell Ancient Landmk, No. 441 Buffalo, N. Y. E. C. Bird St. Nicholas, No. , 52 45 Broadway, X. Y. City. Leopold Wintner, Cashier, No. 445 210 Ross St. , Brooklyn, N. V. NEW YORK-. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, Philadelphia, PA: John R. Nagle and Co., 1876. United States Centennial Commission. Brown cloth, lettered in black on front cover with gilt Centennial medallion device, lettered/decorated in gilt on spine panel. x,346,114,70,102 pp., pastedown ads for The Atlantic Monthly (front) and Baugh's Patent Sectional Mills (rear). Binding rounded with modest lean, cloth chipped with minor loss at spine extremities (slight loss to decorative border at heel of spine), mild exposure to rear cover corners with all a bit curled. Hinges likely mended at some point, quite firm. Signature (front flyleaf) and small book plate (front pastedown) of former owner James N. Stone, 1877, otherwise unmarked. (Stone is listed in Philadelphia city directories of the era as a merchant at 45 So. 2nd St., residing at 167 Walnut St.).. First Edition. Decorative Cloth. Very Good/N/A. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., John R. Nagle and Co., 1876, Trafford Publishing. Paperback. New. Paperback. 572 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 5.9in. x 1.5in.When Val Anna Naruna vanishes in 1901, her parents believe she is dead, and they are unaware that her friend Taran had entrusted her with a secret stone. More than one hundred years later, Val Anna mysteriously reappears on the Auriga, a spacecraft buried deep beneath the Canaanite city of Hazor. Val Annas stone holds the key to a destiny. The stones were one before they were broken. Then the War of Destroying Fire came, and the Ban followed. Now, 150, 000 years later, the power that was divided and hidden is awakening. Its arrival threatens the Earth, fracturing time and space into countless dark worlds. In this sequel to Dark Mirror, scientists Seijung Ford and Hannah Aston join the covert Foundation Technologies International group on an expedition to the bottom of the Atlantic at a secret location in international waters. Though granted little explanation for the location or the presence of company paramilitaries, Ford and Aston soon discover the truth their corporate sponsors have been hiding from them all along. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Trafford Publishing

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When Val Anna Naruna vanishes in 1901, her parents believe she is dead, and they are unaware that her friend Taran had entrusted her with a secret stone. More than one hundred years later, Val Anna mysteriously reappears on the Auriga, a spacecraft buried deep beneath the Canaanite city of Hazor. Val Anna's stone holds the key to a destiny. The stones were one before they were broken. Then the War of Destroying Fire came, and the Ban followed. Now, 150,000 years later, the power that was When Val Anna Naruna vanishes in 1901, her parents believe she is dead, and they are unaware that her friend Taran had entrusted her with a secret stone. More than one hundred years later, Val Anna mysteriously reappears on the Auriga, a spacecraft buried deep beneath the Canaanite city of Hazor. Val Anna's stone holds the key to a destiny. The stones were one before they were broken. Then the War of Destroying Fire came, and the Ban followed. Now, 150,000 years later, the power that was divided and hidden is awakening. Its arrival threatens the Earth, fracturing time and space into countless dark worlds. In this sequel to Dark Mirror, scientists Seijung Ford and Hannah Aston join the covert Foundation Technologies International group on an expedition to the bottom of the Atlantic at a secret location in international waters. Though granted little explanation for the location or the presence of company paramilitaries, Ford and Aston soon discover the truth their corporate sponsors have been hiding from them all along. Books, Fiction~~Science Fiction~~Action & Adventure, Dark-Worlds~~Bryan-Kovach, 999999999, Dark Worlds, Bryan Kovach, 142694747X, Trafford Publishing, , , , , Trafford Publishing

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When Val Anna Naruna vanishes in 1901, her parents believe she is dead, and they are unaware that her friend Taran had entrusted her with a secret stone. More than one hundred years later, Val Anna mysteriously reappears on the Auriga, a spacecraft buried deep beneath the Canaanite city of Hazor. Val Anna's stone holds the key to a destiny. The stones were one before they were broken. Then the War of Destroying Fire came, and the Ban followed. Now, 150,000 years later, the power that was divided and hidden is awakening. Its arrival threatens the Earth, fracturing time and space into countless dark worlds. In this sequel to Dark Mirror, scientists Seijung Ford and Hannah Aston join the covert Foundation Technologies International group on an expedition to the bottom of the Atlantic at a secret location in international waters. Though granted little explanation for the location or the presence of company paramilitaries, Ford and Aston soon discover the truth their corporate sponsors have been hiding from them all along.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781426947476
ISBN (ISBN-10): 142694747X
Copertina flessibile
Anno di pubblicazione: 2010
Editore: Trafford Publishing
572 Pagine
Peso: 0,753 kg
Lingua: eng/Englisch

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