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Rebel with a Cause: An Autobiography

by Franklin Graham

In his autobiography, Franklin Graham tells his story of how God has taken his life and turned it into His Glory. Elizabeth Dole says, "Franklin has provided a very thoughtful and provocative account of how a young man develops and matures in his faith as the son of one of the world's most respected and admired spiritual leaders."

Rebel with a Heart

by Carol Arens

REUNITED...IN DISGUISE! Trace Ballentine, investigative journalist, has gone undercover to expose corruption at a remote South Dakota hospital. And when his long-lost sweetheart appears out of nowhere-beautiful, vulnerable and with two adorable children in tow-he can't risk blowing his cover. Lilleth Preston finds bumbling librarian Clark Clarkly curiously attractive...and strangely familiar. Is there more to the mysterious, bookish Clark than meets the eye? But she has secrets of her own, and revealing the truth could put both Trace and Lilleth in grave danger....

The Rebel Within: Joseph Stiglitz and the World Bank

by Ha-Joon Chang Joseph Stiglitz

Critique of the role and effectiveness of the World Bank.

Rebellion

by Ian Irvine

Hightspall is dying. Every year the winters worsen, and the realm's protective magic disappeared with the traitor-king, Lyf, two thousand years ago. Now Lyf is back, bent on wiping Hightspall off the map and rebuilding his ancient land anew. Lyf also killed Tali's mother and now he is hunting Tali, for the master pearl she bears inside her holds the key to saving the realm - or destroying it.Can Tali find Lyf before he tears Hightspall apart? And if she does, can she put aside her quest for vengeance to save her country? Or will Lyf cut the pearl from her and use its magic to plunge her world into perpetual darkness?

The Rebellion (Dragonlance: Stonetellers #1)

by Jean Rabe

Jean Rabe returns to the world of Dragonlance with a tale of slavery, rebellion, and the struggle for freedom! When a series of earthquakes strike a Dark Knight mining camp, goblin and hobgoblin slaves take advantage of the bedlam and revolt. A fast and deadly rebellion erupts, pitting the Dark Knights against their slaves... and against the still-rumbling ground. Casualties on both sides climb as a leader emerges among the slave force --Direfang, a hobgoblin foreman with deep scars and a long, brutal history of servitude. He must rally the surviving goblins and hobgoblins and lead them out of Neraka, turning his rag-tag force into an army that will not allow itself to be enslaved again.From the Paperback edition.

The Rebellion of Jane Clarke

by Sally Gunning

On the eve of the Revolutionary War, a young woman is caught between tradition and independence, family and conscience, loyalty and love, in this spellbinding novel from the author of The Widow's War and Bound Jane Clarke leads a simple yet rich life in the small village of Satucket on Cape Cod. The vibrant scent of the ocean breeze, the stark beauty of the dunes, the stillness of the millpond are among the daily joys she treasures. Her days are full attending to her father's needs, minding her younger siblings, working with the local midwife. But at twenty-two, Jane knows things will change. Someday, perhaps soon, she will be expected to move out of her father's home and start a household of her own. Yet some things-including the bitter feud between her father and a fellow miller named Winslow-appear likely to remain the same. When the dispute erupts into a shocking act of violence, Jane's lifelong trust in her father is shaken. Adding to her unease is Phinnie Paine, the young man Jane's father has picked out as son-in-law as well as business partner. When Jane defies her father and refuses to accept Phinnie's marriage proposal, she is sent away to Boston to make her living as she can. Arriving in this strange, bustling city awash with red coats and rebellious fervor, Jane plunges into new conflicts and carries with her old ones she'd hoped to leave behind. Father against daughter, Clarke against Winslow, loyalist against rebel, command against free will-the battles are complicated when her growing attachment to her frail aunt, her friendship with the bookseller Henry Knox, and the unexpected kindness of the British soldiers pit her against the townspeople who taunt them and her own beloved brother, Nate, a law clerk working for John Adams. But when Jane witnesses British soldiers killing five colonists on a cold March evening in 1770, an event now dubbed "the Boston Massacre," she must question seeming truths and face one of the most difficult choices of her life, alone except for the two people who continue to stand by her-her grandparents Lyddie and Eben Freeman. Grippingly rendered, filled with some of the lesser known but most influential figures of America's struggle for independence-John and Samuel Adams, Henry Knox, James Otis-The Rebellion of Jane Clarke is a compelling story of one woman's struggle to find her own place and leave her own mark on a new country as it is born.

Rebellion Town: Williamsburg, 1776

by Theodore Taylor

Traces the events which led to the Declaration of Independence, with emphasis on the events in Williamsburg, Virginia.

A Rebellious Bride

by Brenda Hiatt

How, without a moment's forethought, could stunning. Miss Quinn Peverill be engaged to be married to a man she barely knows? Lord Marcus Northrop is handsome and daring, and doubtless a prize for any willing maid. But all it takes is a small series of mishaps and a whiff of scandal, and suddenly this stranger is her groom-to-be! Marcus cannot possibly marry! It would interfere with his life. Still, there is something to be said for this sensuous, headstrong lady -- and the desire she enflames within him simply cannot be ignored. What he doesn't know is that Quinn guards secrets of her own -- and shares with him a lust for perilous adventure. But will this passion be enough to join two dangerous double lives when neither Quinn nor Marcus dares to love?

Rebels Against Slavery: American Slave Revolts

by Patricia C. Mckissack Fredrick L. Mckissack

From one of today's most distinguished author teams comes a meticulously researched, exciting chronicle of the unsung heroes in the war against slavery.

Rebels and Lovers

by Linnea Sinclair

This new, stand-alone adventure from one of the foremost writers of romantic science fiction takes place in the author's RITA Award-winning universe of "Gabriel's Ghost" and "Hope's Folly."

Rebels and Tyrants (Tales of the Fifth Age #3)

by Margaret Weis Tracy Hickman

In this anthology of Dragonlance tales, readers will be treated to stories featuring some of the characters, major and minor, featured in the first book of the new War of Souls trilogy, Dragons of a Fallen Sun, by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.

Rebels: The Liberated, Book III of III

by Dafydd Ab Hugh

Major Kira and Kai Winn must work together to preserve both the Orb and the safety of everyone abroad Deep Space Nine.

The Rebels of Babylon: A Novel

by Owen Parry

New Orleans, 1863 The corpse of a Yankee heiress washes up on a levee. Citizens disappear at night from the French Quarter. There are Tales of ritual murders. And Abel Jones arrives to investigate.

The Rebels of Ireland

by Edward Rutherfurd

The reigning master of grand historical fiction returns with the stirring conclusion to his bestselling Dublin Saga. The Princes of Ireland, the first volume of Edward Rutherfurd's magisterial epic of Irish history, ended with the disastrous Irish revolt of 1534 and the disappearance of the sacred Staff of Saint Patrick. The Rebels of Irelandopens with an Ireland transformed; plantation, the final step in the centuries-long English conquest of Ireland, is the order of the day, and the subjugation of the native Irish Catholic population has begun in earnest. Edward Rutherfurd brings history to life through the tales of families whose fates rise and fall in each generation: Brothers who must choose between fidelity to their ancient faith or the security of their families; a wife whose passion for a charismatic Irish chieftain threatens her comfortable marriage to a prosperous merchant; a young scholar whose secret rebel sympathies are put to the test; men who risk their lives and their children's fortunes in the tragic pursuit of freedom, and those determined to root them out forever. Rutherfurd spins the saga of Ireland's 400-year path to independence in all its drama, tragedy, and glory through the stories of people from all strata of society--Protestant and Catholic, rich and poor, conniving and heroic. His richly detailed narrative brings to life watershed moments and events, from the time of plantation settlements to the "Flight of the Earls," when the native aristocracy fled the island, to Cromwell's suppression of the population and the imposition of the harsh anti-Catholic penal laws. He describes the hardships of ordinary people and the romantic, doomed attempt to overthrow the Protestant oppressors, which ended in defeat at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690, and the departure of the "Wild Geese. " In vivid tones Rutherfurd re-creates Grattan's Parliament, Wolfe Tone's attempted French invasion of 1798, the tragic rising of Robert Emmet, the Catholic campaign of Daniel O'Connell, the catastrophic famine, the mass migration to America, and the glorious Irish Renaissance of Yeats and Joyce. And through the eyes of his characters, he captures the rise of Charles Stewart Parnell and the great Irish nationalists and the birth of an Ireland free of all ties to England. A tale of fierce battles, hot-blooded romances, and family and political intrigues,The Rebels of Irelandbrings the story begun inThe Princes of Irelandto a stunning conclusion.

Rebels of the Heavenly Kingdom

by Katherine Paterson

Newbery Medal author Paterson presents the story of Wang Lee, the young son of starving peasants in 1850's China. Seized by bandits and carried away from home during the Taiping Rebellion, Wang Lee meets Mai Lin when members of her undercover society save him from his captors.

Rebel's Spirit

by Susan Connell

TEACHER'S PET Rebecca Barnett had been the bane of Raleigh Hanlon's teaching career. He'd nearly been done in by the high school senior's flirtatious zest for life. Now ten years later Rebecca the troublemaker was back for the holidays-all grown up and more irresistible than ever! TALK OF THE TOWN All of Follett River was talking about the way Raleigh and Rebecca were carrying on. She'd never dreamed that her old nemesis would dominate her steamy fantasies, but fate had played her a winning hand and Rebecca was going to enjoy showing Raleigh Hanlon just what she had been voted most likely to do! THE GIRLS MOST LIKELY TO... Three high school friends are now all grown up...and they exceeded everyone's expectations in life-and in love!

Rebel's Tag

by K. L. Denman

Sam's grandfather vanished from his life the day Sam's father was buried. Now, ten years later, Grandpa Max wants to make amends. He sends letters that lead Sam on a scavenger hunt. Sam follows his grandfather's bizarre instructions though he's still not ready to forgive. To alleviate his anger at his grandfather, Sam turns to his favorite stress release: climbing onto roofs and leaving his tag, a spray painted symbol for Aquarius. When he gets caught by an elderly couple, Sam learns a valuable lesson about forgiveness. He's ready to forgive his grandfather, but is he too late?

The Rebels (The Kent Family Chronicles, volume 2)

by John Jakes

Philip Kent was to learn that the cost of freedom was to be the highest price he'd ever paid. At his wife Anne's insistent urging, he became deeply embroiled in the struggle for independence-and history would record that those valiant men and women who fought so bravely, sacrificed beyond human endurance for a cause that would change the course of the world. Inspired by leaders of awesome commitment, yet plagued by human frailty, Philip Kent etched his destiny against the stunning drama of the rebellion that carved out "The Free and Independent States of America" The miracle of an untrained, ill-equipped renegade army winning decisive battles against England's finest soldiers ... the birth of Philip Kent's heir on the eve of the birth of a nation . . . the nerve shattering horror of the battlefield ... the intellectual turmoil of a congress drafting its most daring declaration ... and the sustaining love of a woman devoted equally to her husband and the nation's new cause presents a rich panorama of the people and events that are a part of the American Experience.

Rebert's Rules of Ordure

by J. L. McClellan

A guidebook to the social and political language of our times. The author of this book donated a digital copy to Bookshare.org. Join us in thanking J. L. McClellan for providing his accessible digital book to this community.

Rebirth (Aftertime #2)

by Sophie Littlefield

The end of the world was just the beginning. Civilization has fallen, leaving California an unforgiving, decimated place. But Cass Dollar beat terrible odds to get her missing daughter back--she and Ruthie will be happy. Yet with the first winter, Cass is reminded that happiness is fleeting in Aftertime. Ruthie retreats into silence. Flesh-eating Beaters still dominate the landscape. And Smoke, Cass's lover and strength, departs on a quest for vengeance, one that may end him even if he returns. The survivalist community Cass has planted roots in is breaking apart, too. Its leader, Dor, implores Cass to help him recover his own lost daughter, taken by the totalitarian Rebuilders. And soon Cass finds herself thrust into the dark heart of an organization promising humanity's rebirth--at all costs. Bound to two men blazing divergent paths across a savage land, Cass must overcome the darkness in her wounded heart, or lose those she loves forever.

Rebirth of a Nation

by Jackson Lears

In the half-century between the Civil War and World War I, widespread yearning for a new beginning permeated American public life. Dreams of spiritual, moral, and physical rebirth formed the foundation for the modern United States, inspiring its leaders with imperial ambition. Theodore Roosevelt's desire to recapture frontier vigor led him to promote U.S. interests throughout Latin America. Woodrow Wilson's vision of a reborn international order drew him into a war to end war. Andrew Carnegie's embrace of philanthropy coincided with his creation of the world's first billion-dollar corporation, United States Steel. Presidents and entrepreneurs helped usher the nation into the modern era, but sometimes the consequences of their actions failed to match the grandeur of their hopes. Award-winning historian Jackson Lears richly chronicles this momentous period when America reunited and began to form the world power of the twentieth century. Lears vividly captures imperialists, Gilded Age mavericks, and vaudeville entertainers, and illuminates the roles played by a variety of seekers, male and female, from populist farmers to avant-garde artists and writers to progressive reformers. Some were motivated by their own visions of Christianity; all were swept up in longings for revitalization. In these years marked by wrenching social conflict and vigorous political debate, a modern America emerged and came to dominance on a world stage. Illuminating and authoritative, Rebirth of a Nation brilliantly weaves the remarkable story of this crucial epoch into a masterful work of history.

Rebirth of a Nation: The Making of Modern America, 1877-1920

by Jackson Lears

An analysis of the psychological/social attitudes and assumptions prevalent in the United States from 1877 to 1920.

Rebirth of the Goddess: Finding Meaning in Feminist Spirituality

by Carol P. Christ

Growing numbers of women and men around the world are finding meaning in a new kind of spirituality, a "thealogy" that regards and worships the divine as female. In her new book, leading religion scholar Carol Christ provides a comprehensive guide to understanding what has now become the Goddess spirituality movement. A uniquely original voice in religious studies, Christ brings together her personal experience and her academic expertise to explain the principles, practices, and beliefs that have shaped feminist spirituality. Drawing from the fields of history, art, literature, and philosophy, among others, Christ demonstrates the revolutionary effects of worshiping the Goddess: opening ourselves to this new form of divinity can bring us to challenge our most basic assumptions, from how we think about history to how we see ourselves in relation to nature and each other. Elegantly written and ambitious in scope, The Rebirth of the Goddess proves both an engaging historical essay and a testament to the possibilities for change and self-fulfillment. Carol Christ's long-awaited book will be welcomed by those already immersed in the women's spirituality movement as well as those simply curious about it.

Reboot

by Amy Tintera

Five years ago, Wren Connolly was shot three times in the chest. After 178 minutes, she came back as a Reboot: stronger, faster, able to heal, and less emotional. The longer Reboots are dead, the less human they are when they return. Wren 178 is the deadliest Reboot in the Republic of Texas. Now seventeen years old, she serves as a soldier for HARC (Human Advancement and Repopulation Corporation). Wrens favorite part of the job is training new Reboots, but her latest newbie--Callum Reyes--is the worst shes ever seen. As a 22, Callum is practically human. His reflexes are too slow, hes always asking questions, and his ever-present smile is freaking her out. Yet hes still her newbie. When Callum refuses to follow an order, Wren is given one last chance to get him in line--or shell have to eliminate him. Wren has never disobeyed before and knows that if she does, shell be eliminated, too. But she has also never felt as alive as she does around Callum. The perfect soldier is done taking orders.

Rebooting the American Dream: 11 Ways to Rebuild Our Country

by Thom Hartmann

Thom Hartmann covers 11 straightforward solutions to America's current problems. At the core of each is a call to reclaim economic sovereignty and to wrest control of democracy back from the corporate powers that have hijacked both America and her citizens. What's particularly unique about Hartmann's solutions is that all have been proven to work. Every single one of his 11 steps either was historically part of what built America's greatness in the past (such as enforcing the Sherman Act and breaking up big corporations or returning to a tariff-based trade policy), or has worked well in other nations (like a national single-payer healthcare system -Medicare Part "E" for "Everybody"-or encouraging the growth of worker-owned cooperatives like the $6 billion Mondragon cooperative in Spain). From addressing the problem of a warming globe to the death of America's middle class to the loss of our essential liberties, Rebooting The American Dream shows how America can reclaim the vision of our Founders and the greatness we held both at home and abroad for over a century.

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