A group of small, adventurous children is going out for an adventure! But would their adventure end up into misfortune and mysteries? The children go into a narbg forest, but at night fall one of them disappears, right behund the others' backs! THIS IS THE JOINING OF TWO TEAMS. But will the chidren from another group also disappear? If yes, then will the childre be able to come back? Read alng an adventure filled mystery to know!
Seeing the Light of Day and its sequel follows the journey of one woman as she experiences the changes taking place as the upgrading of human consciousness takes effect. The new energies have now arrived with the advent of 2012 and beyond and these are touching all our lives. As the world is slowly breaking down in order that it can come together whole, the story follows her own experiences as she is broken down in one with the shattering of her world…from brokenness to wholeness…she is re-configured, re-designed and she has felt the sorrow of the world, and pledges now to be a messenger of peace. These books are a heart-breaking love story. The woman, is in effect, writing a love letter not just to the lover she has lost, but to the world, encouraging it to love itself and become a true union. But this is not Hollywood…it is gritty, real and raw and the reader is taken on the heart rendering journey of how her heart is smashed against the rocks, how she feels despair at the deepest level, and how she finally arrives at inner peace and renewed hope... There are no Hollywood happy ever after endings…she takes the reader on a journey of repeating patterns of behaviour, power battles, and ego based behaviours….but there is the magical possibility that man may yet redeem himself…. The world is now waking up and each person is remembering who and what they are.
As a family holiday fails to revive Helen's relationship with domineering husband, Robert, she meets the charismatic but unstable Marion, who takes over her life with disturbing results. Helen's only child, Lydia is about to leave home to go to university. Robert disappears leaving Helen to cope alone until Marion arrives, ostensibly to provide emotional support, although her real motives are more sinister. Helen takes in lodgers to aid her finances but finds these strangers in her home difficult to manage. As Helen begins to discover disquieting facts about Marion she realises that her erstwhile 'friend' is anything but. Tensions build until Helen is forced to oust Marion from her home and her life, at which point Robert reappears, wanting to rebuild their relationship.
After eight months of surviving her introduction into motherhood DANA excitedly joins a netball team where she immediately forms a close friendship with devoted sisters LIZ and KATE. that only strengthened and prospered as all too quickly ten years passed. Surrounded by loving friends and family Dana cannot believe how fortunate and blessed her idyllic life is. So one day when Liz desperately asked for Dana's help, she unquestionably obliged with a faithful promise not to breathe a word to no-one. Little was Dana to know or at the time could have in any way envisaged the turbulent and challenging time that was to follow and painfully torture each and every one of them forever.
After three months in the experimental hell called the Institute, John Wake escapes to the streets of Delham City. But those who can conjure methods of torture as brutal as John witnessed are not idiots, and soon they're after him - to kill him. John, however, is looking for his revenge... and he will stop at nothing to get that. He's going to make the enemy wish they'd never took him captive. He's going to give them a taste of their own medicine.
Rishi Madhav, a twelve year old trouble maker, yearns for a brother but is disappointed with the arrival of his baby sister Lara. However Lara shows some strange symptoms which forces Rishi to give up his trouble making days and eventually find a true friend in his sister.
A woman’s disappearance unlocks dark secrets in Mark Allen’s brisk new detective novel, Six Months of September. As the suspects pile up, it falls on one unemployed reporter to figure out what the police cannot. Duncan Walsh has recently been fired from his job at Channel 8 news after an intense encounter with a local news icon. While contemplating his next move, he spends his days at the Chicago Museum of Natural History where he quickly befriends a beautiful tour guide named Agnes. A local university student, Agnes reveals that she is soon heading off on a paleontology dig. But when Agnes never shows up for the assignment, her disappearance becomes headline news. Unable to sit back while Agnes’s life may be in danger, Duncan launches his own investigation with the assistance of his best friend. Along the way, they enlist help from the last person Duncan ever wants to meet: James, Agnes’s boyfriend! The danger heats up and more secrets are revealed as their investigation brings them closer to the university where Agnes studied. When one of them is attacked by an unknown assailant, Duncan begins to suspect that they may have gotten themselves in over their heads. Readers will find Six Months of September a compulsively readable page turner, right down to the right down to the shocking final confrontation.
Joshua Frost age 16, is paid by British Intelligence to do what he believes is one of the easiest jobs ever. Every weekend he even gets free flights to countries all around the globe. All he has to do is steal the information his fellow passengers have stored in their brief cases, take photos of it and send it to the agency. All Mafia members and crime lords are weaponless on planes, and besides, who would suspect a teenager anyway. But Josh soon realises that the work may be more dangerous than he thought when the young criminal mastermind he stole from on his last flight from Paris, ends up enrolling at his Oxford Boarding school.