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Flight of the Eagle

by Conrad Black

A strategic history of the United States by the bestselling author of biographies of Roosevelt and NixonIn this magisterial new history of the United States, spanning from the New World through the outcome of the 2012 presidential election, acclaimed writer and historian Conrad Black examines the rise of the world's supreme power, its recent decline, and its ultimate strengths and future, and the contributions of leading figures, including Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, Abraham Lincoln, U.S. Grant, Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Roosevelt and Winston Churchill, Harry S Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Richard M. Nixon, and Ronald Reagan.From the Hardcover edition.

Flight of the Falcon

by Wilbur Smith

Robyn Ballantyne's journey takes her to the Kalahari desert, searching for her long-lost father, and bringing the word of God to the savage tribes along the way. Or so she thought.

The Flight of the Falcon

by Robert Lindsey

From the back cover He first shocked the country by selling top secret documents to the Russians. Now Christopher Boyce the former altar boy, the charming, complex child of affluent America, has escaped from the prison where he was serving a 40 year sentence. The U. S. Marshals' Service has to find Boyce or their agency may be disbanded. The U. S. Government has alerted Costa Rica and South Africa. The CIA denies any involvement. Here from the best selling author of The Falcon and the Snowman, is the true story of the biggest manhunt of the decade for an American renegade who vowed never to give up alive!

Flight of the Fallen (Dragonlance: Linsha Trilogy #2)

by Mary H. Herbert

This second title in the Linsa trilogy continues the epic saga set in the time of the "New York Times" bestselling War of Souls trilogy by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.

Flight of the Fugitives

by Dave Jackson Neta Jackson

A Trailblazer Book. Once an orphan herself, Mei-en works hard to help the young English missionary, Gladys Aylward, save nearly a hundred Chinese orphans from lives of terror.

Flight of the Genie (The Secrets of Droon #21)

by Tony Abbott

The city of Ut is a city of secrets. Mysteriously, it only appears once every one hundred years. And to enter, you need the key, which is kept in the magical bottle of Ut. Eric, Keeah, and the others need to get inside the city to help a friend. The good genie, Hoja, is being held prisoner there, and he needs rescuing! They have discovered the secret of the magic bottle, and so they know they can get inside the city walls. But what they don't know is that Ut holds other secrets. Dark, dangerous secrets. Secrets that involve a certain sorcerer named Sparr...

Flight of the Grey Goose

by Victor Canning

In this second book of the smiler series, 16-year-old Smiler, in trouble and on the run, seeks refuge for himself and a wounded goose with a Laird on a Scottish island. The man takes in the pair, and the boy repays the kindness when he finds the Laird's long lost family treasure.

The Flight of the Iguana: A Sidelong View of Science and Nature

by David Quammen

As he examines everything from species survival on islands to vegetarian piranhas, Quammen's funny and offbeat essays offer a unique glimpse of the natural world and, at the same time, clarify the larger biological issues and their effect on humankind.

The Flight of the Iguana: A Sidelong View of Science and Nature

by David Quammen

As he examines everything from species survival on islands to vegetarian piranhas, Quammen's funny and offbeat essays offer a unique glimpse of the natural world and, at the same time, clarify the larger biological issues and their effect on humankind.

The Flight of the Intellectuals: The Controversy Over Islam and the Press

by Paul Berman

Twenty years ago, Ayatollah Khomeini called for the assassination of Salman Rushdie--and writers around the world instinctively rallied to Rushdie's defense. Today, according to writer Paul Berman, "Rushdie has metastasized into an entire social class"--an ever-growing group of sharp-tongued critics of Islamist extremism, especially critics from Muslim backgrounds, who survive only because of pseudonyms and police protection. And yet, instead of being applauded, the Rushdies of today (people like Ayan Hirsi Ali and Ibn Warraq) often find themselves dismissed as "strident" or as no better than fundamentalist themselves, and contrasted unfavorably with representatives of the Islamist movement who falsely claim to be "moderates."How did this happen? In THE FLIGHT OF THE INTELLECTUALS, Berman--"one of America's leading public intellectuals" (Foreign Affairs)--conducts a searing examination into the intellectual atmosphere of the moment and shows how some of the West's best thinkers and journalists have fumbled badly in their efforts to grapple with Islamist ideas and violence. Berman's investigation of the history and nature of the Islamist movement includes some surprising revelations. In examining Hassan al-Banna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, he shows the rise of an immense and often violent worldview, elements of which survives today in the brigades of al-Qaeda and Hamas. Berman also unearths the shocking story of al-Banna's associate, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, who collaborated personally with Adolf Hitler to incite Arab support of the Nazis' North African campaign. Echoes of the Grand Mufti's Nazified Islam can be heard among the followers of al-Banna even today.In a gripping and stylish narrative Berman also shows the legacy of these political traditions, most importantly by focusing on a single philosopher, who happens to be Hassan al-Banna's grandson, Oxford professor Tariq Ramadan--a figure widely celebrated in the West as a "moderate" despite his troubling ties to the Islamist movement. Looking closely into what Ramadan has actually written and said, Berman contrasts the reality of Ramadan with his image in the press.In doing so, THE FLIGHT OF THE INTELLECTUALS sheds light on a number of modern issues--on the massively reinvigorated anti-Semitism of our own time, on a newly fashionable turn against women's rights, and on the difficulties we have in discussing terrorism--and presents a stunning commentary about the modern media's peculiar inability to detect and analyze some of the most dangerous ideas in contemporary society.

Flight of the Intruder (Jake Grafton #1)

by Stephen Coonts

After too many senseless missions, too many pointless deaths, Jake "Cool Hand" Grafton is a man ready to explode. Now, with a renegade bombardier named Tiger, Jake's flying his A-6 Intruder jet deep into North Vietnam, on one last hell-bent strike for honor--and victory.

Flight of the Nighthawks (Darkwar #1)

by Raymond E. Feist

A portent of annihilation awakens the powerful sorcerer Pug in the dead of night--a dread vision warning of a vast and terrible army descending upon the exposed heart of Midkemia. Even the formidable might of the Tsurani Empire will not beat back the alien invaders. And in far Stardock town, two boys--untrained, unready, and barely come of age--will be called upon by the mysterious Conclave of Shadows to confront a sinister plot that implicates even the highest-ranking nobles in the land. For a nightmare of treason, intrigue, and murder is brewing among an ancient Brotherhood of Death--a clan of merciless assassins whose name is spoken only in fearful whispers . . .

Flight of the Outcast

by Brad Strickland

Asteria Locke's Fight has just begun... Asteria Locke has never left her father's farm on the remote planet of Theron. But in one terrible moment, a surprise attack by space raiders destroys everything she's ever known. Orphaned and alone, Asteria vows to avenge her father's death by joining the Royal Spacefleet Academy. . . even if she has to lie to get in. Branded an outcast at the Academy from the start, Asteria must work twice as hard as the other students to prove herself. But in time, she suspects that the Aristocrats who torment her have more sinister motives than shaming a commoner. They'll stop at nothing to hide a secret from her father's past-a secret that could shift the balance of power throughout the entire universe.

Flight of the Phoenix (Mummy Chronicles, Book IV)

by Dave Wolverton

[from the back cover] Alex O'Connell returns to Egypt to resume his training with Ardeth Bay. Will Alex ever be a true Medjai? Only if he can pass the test of the Phoenix! Includes fun facts about ancient Egypt! RL 5.0, AGES 9-12 The entire Mummy Chronicles series is in the Bookshare collection. Don't miss the exciting first three books: book 1, Revenge of the Scorpion King; book 2, Heart of the Pharaoh; and book 3, The Curse of the Nile.

The Flight of the Phoenix (Nathaniel Fludd, Beastologist Book 1)

by R. L. LaFevers

With his parents lost at sea, Nathaniel Fludd lands on the doorstep of a distant cousin--the world's last remaining beastologist. Soon Nate is whisked off on his first expedition, in this first in a new illustrated chapter book series filled with mysterious beasts, magic, and far-flung exploration.

Flight of the Phoenix (Nathaniel Fludd, Beastologist, Book I)

by Kelly Murphy R. L. LaFevers

Ten-year-old Nathaniel Fludd is the reluctant hero of Flight of the Phoenix (2009), the madcap debut of the American author R. L. LaFevers's Nathaniel Fludd, Beastologist series and a Junior Library Guild selection. The year is 1928, the setting England, and Nate's wayward parents have just been reported lost at sea. Nate is sent that very day to his Aunt Phil's house in Batting-at-the-Flies, but not for long . . . The morning after he arrives at the renowned beastologist's doorstep, she whisks him away to the Arabian desert to witness a phoenix lay an egg! A delightful adventure sure to please fans of mythology, maps, camels, and gremlins. Includes a glossary of terms from "cartographer" to "Tidy Sum." Don't miss the next books in the Nathaniel Fludd, Beastologist series: The Basilisk's Lair (Book 2), The Wyverns' Treasure (Book 3), and The Unicorn's Tale (Book 4)!

Flight of the Raven (Mysteries of Sparrow Island)

by Ellen Harris

when a floatplane called "The Raven" crashes somewhere in the San Juan Islands, it's up to Abigail Stanton to help Mary's beau, Sgt. Henry Cobb, find the two people on board before it's too late. Using her knowledge of the flight paths of birds, Abby leads Henry to the crash site. However, the pilot and passenger have disappeared! Where could two injured people go on foot? Abby must use all her skills to track down the survivors and discover the secrets of their hidden past. Meanwhile, will Mary's romance with Henry end before it even has a chance to begin?

The Flight of the Romanovs: A Family Saga

by Constantine Pleshakov John Curtis Perry

A saga of love and lust, personal tensions and rivalries, antagonisms and hatreds, The Flight of the Romanovs describes the last century of the Russian imperial dynasty-a century that saw the greatest social and political upheavals in all of recorded history. Drawing upon a wealth of untapped resources from Russian, British, and American archives, including unpublished diaries of many of the principal characters and never-before-published photographs, Perry and Pleshakov render an indelible portrait of a family and their time, from the youth of Alexander III in the 1860s to the death, one hundred years later, of his daughter Olga Alexandrovna, the last Grand Duchess. Set against the backdrop of this most cataclysmic century, The Flight of the Romanovs is a must-read for anyone interested in this fascinating dynasty, Russian history, and the history of European royalty.

Flight of Vengeance (Witch World: The Turning #2)

by Andre Norton P. M. Griffin Mary H. Schaub.

For more than 25 years, Andre Norton has enchanted millions with her Witch World novels, and now the saga continues. The successor to Storms of Victory, Flight of Vengeance contains two full-length novels.

Flight Plan: The Real Secret of Success

by Brian Tracy

The bestselling book by Rhonda Byrne, The Secret, talks about the powerful effects of visualizing success and activating the Law of Attraction. But many people are finding out that just thinking about what they want, while it's a good start, isn't enough. In Flight Plan, Brian Tracy reveals the real keys to accomplishing any long-term, meaningful success. Using the metaphor of an airplane trip, Flight Plan helps you chart a course to greater achievement, happiness, and personal fulfillment. Brian has personally gone from rags to riches using these principles. He has taught them to 4 million people in 46 countries and become one of the top success teachers and gurus on personal performance in the world. People who learn and apply the formula in Flight Plan experience immediate changes and long-lasting improvements in every area of life. The best news is that success is not a matter of luck, chance or mysterious forces, any more than an airline flight is. A favorable tailwind will make for a faster flight, a strong headwind will mean delays, but a pilot reaches his or her destination by skillfully maneuvering the plane in accordance with the physical laws that govern flight. Success is no different. By learning to skillfully apply the laws and principles outlined in Flight Plan, you will be able to fulfill your complete potential and become everything you are capable of becoming.

Flight (Smallville Young Adult #3)

by Cherie Bennett Jeff Gottesfeld

This third adventure based on the WB's hit TV series is by two noted authors who have written screenplays for the show, and follows a young, legendary Clark Kent, Lana Lang, and Lex Luthor, complete with all the thrills and strange happenings that fans of "Smallville" expect.

Flight to Arras

by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

A recollection of the shattering days during World War II when, though the fall of France was imminent, a handful of French pilots continued to fight on against the Germans. Translated by Lewis Galantière.

Flight to Canada

by Ishmael Reed

Ishmael Reed has created a sharp, wildly funny slave's-eye view of the Civil War. Three slaves infected with Dysaethesia Aethipca (a term coined in the nineteenth century for the disease that makes Negroes run away) escape from Virginia. Not satisfied with leaving slavery halfway, one of the trio has vowed to go the whole distance to Canada; his master Artur Swille, determined to recover his property, pursues hot on Raven Quickskill's trial...

Flights of Fancy: Birds in Myth and Legend

by Peter Tate

The perfect bedside companion for every bird-watcher and nature lover, inside Flights of Fancy you'll find: Cranes--"Don't promise the crane in the sky, but give the titmouse in your hand." Russian proverb. Magpies--"One for sorrow, two for joy..." Traditional English rhyme. Owls--"The owl shrieked at thy birth, an evil sign." Shakespeare, Henry VI, Part III. Peacocks--"The peacock is ashamed of its large black feet." Medieval Persian tradition. Ravens--"When the raven tried to bring fire to the world, ash turned its feathers black." Cherokee Indian legend. Swans--"Sewing a swan's feather into your husband's pillow will keep him faithful." British superstition, and much more.

Flights of Fancy, Leaps of Faith: Children's Myths in Contemporary America

by Cindy Dell Clark

Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy-is there still a place for these legendary creatures in today's skeptical age? Is it "right" for children to believe in them? By encouraging these myths, are parents lying to children? Moreover, do these figures undermine religious faith and encourage rampant materialism in children? In Flights of Fancy, Leaps of Faith, Cindy Dell Clark went right to the believers-American children-to explore how children themselves give meaning to Santa, the Easter Bunny, and the Tooth Fairy. Through interviews and observation conducted in real-life settings from homes to shopping malls during the holidays, she asks whether believing in these figures is good or bad for children. Using their insights, she offers fresh, new interpretations about tooth loss as a rite of passage, about Christmas (including the role of the family and the Christmas tree), and about Easter customs (including the Easter egg hunt) in contemporary America. Clark challenges the notion that the figures are merely "imaginary." She demonstrates how children actively shape these traditions through their own creativity and beliefs. And because they require the child's faith in order to be experienced, they play an important and singular role in a child's psychological development. Through the mysteries and myths of Christmas and Easter, families balance the values of receiving and giving, of growth and sacrifice. Each aspect of the Santa myth, from his slide down a chimney to his big red suit, plays a part in a child's imagination. Through their offerings of milk and cookies and their letter writing, children bring their relationship to Santa into developing attitudes toward giving and receiving gifts. The Easter Bunny story, with its ritual egg hunt and baskets of brightly colored candy, is explored in terms of life and its possibility of growth. In these examples, Clark shows how children play an active role in constructing family rituals and cultural reality, since their willingness to make the stories their own helps to renew the traditions. This engaging look at our central symbols will hold great interest for parents, as well as for teachers, psychologists, and other professionals concerned with childhood culture. Complete with children's vivid testimonies and colorful illustrations, it is a revealing journey into a child's mind and world.

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