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Fallen Angels by Noel Coward

Title Fallen Angels
Author Noel Coward
Publisher Samuel French, Inc.
Release Date 1958
Category English drama
Total Pages 65
ISBN 0573608806
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The love and friendship between two married couples and best friends are put to the test when a postcard arrives with a picture of Capri on one side, and on the other, news of the imminent arrival of a certain handsome Frenchman.

Fallen by Lauren Kate

Title Fallen
Author Lauren Kate
Publisher Random House
Release Date 2016-11-10
Category Angels
Total Pages 464
ISBN 9780552576369
Language English, Spanish, and French
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SOME ANGELS ARE DESTINED TO FALL. Instant. Intense. Weirdly familiar . . . The moment Luce looks at Daniel she knows she has never felt like this before. Except she can't shake the feeling that she has . . . and with him - a boy she doesn't remember ever setting eyes on. Will her attempt to find out why enlighten her - or destroy her? Dangerously exciting and darkly romantic. Fallen is a thrilling story about forbidden love.

Fallen In Love by Lauren Kate

Title Fallen in Love
Author Lauren Kate
Publisher Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Release Date 2012-01
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9780385742610
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A collection of four love stories featuring Shelby, Miles, and other characters from the Fallen series.

Fallen Soldiers by George L. Mosse

Title Fallen Soldiers
Author George L. Mosse
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 1991-12-12
Category History
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9780199923441
Language English, Spanish, and French
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At the outbreak of the First World War, an entire generation of young men charged into battle for what they believed was a glorious cause. Over the next four years, that cause claimed the lives of some 13 million soldiers--more than twice the number killed in all the major wars from 1790 to 1914. But despite this devastating toll, the memory of the war was not, predominantly, of the grim reality of its trench warfare and battlefield carnage. What was most remembered by the war's participants was its sacredness and the martyrdom of those who had died for the greater glory of the fatherland. War, and the sanctification of it, is the subject of this pioneering work by well-known European historian George L. Mosse. Fallen Soldiers offers a profound analysis of what he calls the Myth of the War Experience--a vision of war that masks its horror, consecrates its memory, and ultimately justifies its purpose. Beginning with the Napoleonic wars, Mosse traces the origins of this myth and its symbols, and examines the role of war volunteers in creating and perpetuating it. But it was not until World War I, when Europeans confronted mass death on an unprecedented scale, that the myth gained its widest currency. Indeed, as Mosse makes clear, the need to find a higher meaning in the war became a national obsession. Focusing on Germany, with examples from England, France, and Italy, Mosse demonstrates how these nations--through memorials, monuments, and military cemeteries honoring the dead as martyrs--glorified the war and fostered a popular acceptance of it. He shows how the war was further promoted through a process of trivialization in which war toys and souvenirs, as well as postcards like those picturing the Easter Bunny on the Western Front, softened the war's image in the public mind. The Great War ended in 1918, but the Myth of the War Experience continued, achieving its most ruthless political effect in Germany in the interwar years. There the glorified notion of war played into the militant politics of the Nazi party, fueling the belligerent nationalism that led to World War II. But that cataclysm would ultimately shatter the myth, and in exploring the postwar years, Mosse reveals the extent to which the view of death in war, and war in general, was finally changed. In so doing, he completes what is likely to become one of the classic studies of modern war and the complex, often disturbing nature of human perception and memory.

Fallen Stars by Julian Upton

Title Fallen Stars
Author Julian Upton
Publisher Headpress
Release Date 2004
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 160
ISBN 1900486385
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Fallen Stars probes the underside of fame to reveal a host of glittering careers stunted by ill-health, alcoholism, drug addiction and egomania. Twenty-one tales of stardom turned sour, these are the tragic final years of some of the world's best-loved actors and comedians, a latter-day Hollywood Babylon that includes Benny Hill, Diana Dors, Peter Sellers, Carry On legends and many others.

Faith Of The Fallen by Terry Goodkind

Title Faith of the Fallen
Author Terry Goodkind
Publisher Macmillan
Release Date 2010-12-14
Category Fiction
Total Pages 544
ISBN 1429984481
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Terry Goodkind author of the enormously popular Sword of Truth novels, has forged perhaps his best novel yet in Faith of the Fallen, pitting Richard Rahl and Kahlan Amnell against threats to the freedom of the world that will take them to opposite ends of the world to defeat the forces of chaos and anarchy. Emperor Jagang is rising once again in the Old World and Richard must face him, on his own turf. Richard heads into the Old World with Cara, the Mord-Sith, while his beloved Kahlan remains behind. Unwilling to heed an ancient prophecy, Kahlan raises an army and goes into battle against forces threatening armed insurrection in the Midlands. Separated and fighting for their lives, Richard and Kahlan will be tested to the utmost. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Fallen by Brian Walters

Title Fallen
Author Brian Walters
Publisher Virtualbookworm Publishing
Release Date 2004
Category
Total Pages 296
ISBN 1589396227
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In his first book, Searching for the Holy Grail, Brian Walters takes the reader on a compelling modern-day Grand Tour of Western Europe. In his exciting new book, Fallen, he embarks on an introspective five-week journey through Ireland and Eastern Europe during the tragic events surrounding September 11. Join the author and his ragtag group of young travelers as they kiss the famous Blarney Stone, walk the dramatic Cliffs of Moher, stroll beside the Berlin Wall, and experience the horrors of Auschwitz. future promising peace and prosperity. Experience firsthand the history of World War II, get a glimpse into life behind the Iron Curtain, and learn about the rise and fall of Hitler and the Nazis. Brian Walters uses a spellbinding blend of humor, history, and philosophy to create an ambitious work that transcends typical travel writing to provide a thought-provoking exploration of religion, the nature of faith, and man's place in the universe.

Fallen Astronauts by Colin Burgess

Title Fallen Astronauts
Author Colin Burgess
Publisher U of Nebraska Press
Release Date 2003-12-01
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 272
ISBN 0803202415
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The author serves up a touching, long-overdue tribute to the astronauts who died while pursuing their very difficult jobs, including the victims of the Apollo fire and the two Gemini astronauts killed in a plane wreck, as well as others. Simultaneous. (History)

Tongues Of Fallen Angels by Selden Rodman

Title Tongues of Fallen Angels
Author Selden Rodman
Publisher New Directions Publishing
Release Date 1974
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 271
ISBN 0811205290
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A Fallen Eagle by Clarence P. Cowart

Title A Fallen Eagle
Author Clarence P. Cowart
Publisher Dog Ear Publishing
Release Date 2009-03
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 228
ISBN 9781598589375
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"A Fallen Eagle" is the true story of a young boy from East Texas, who volunteered for service in 1942. He entered the service with only a high school education and limited experience, other than working on a farm. His desire to be a pilot drove him to overcome numerous obstacles to be accepted into pilot training. He persevered through rigorous training to earn his wings. After receiving his wings, he became a B-24 pilot assigned to the 722nd Squadron of the 450th Bomb Group. When his unit training was completed, he was assigned to the 15th Air Force, operating out of Italy. He flew missions over most of Europe and the Balkans. Through over 75 of his personal letters, he shares his experiences, both emotional and physical, as he went from being a farm boy to being a heavy bomber pilot. He flew in dangerous combat situations, saw the horrors of aerial battle, and ultimately, gave his life in the service of his country. The human side of the tragedy is told not only in his letters, but by letters of the crew's next of kin and government correspondence in the aftermath. The final chapter describes the detailed government process to recover, make positive identification, and return his remains to the states. CLARENCE P. COWART was born in Groves, Texas, grew up in Jasper, Texas and graduated from Texas A & M College. Upon his graduation, he entered the service at Ft. Bliss, Texas and graduated from Missile School. After serving his active duty obligation, he returned to East Texas and joined the Army Reserves. His first assignment was as a Platoon Leader in an infantry unit. His next assignment was in an Artillery Unit in Beaumont, Texas where he served in several positions. He served four years as Headquarters Company Commander in a support group. Through the years he served in several units, the last was as the Commander of a transportation battalion. After twenty-one years of service he retired as a Lt. Colonel. While serving in the reserves, his civilian jobs involved working in numerous positions in municipal government in Southeast Texas. He retired from the City of Beaumont. He and his wife, Dixie raised two children. They now have four grandchildren and one great granddaughter. They are retired and currently live in Lumberton, Texas. Colonel Cowart is active in the church where he attends, is an avid hunter, competitive shooter, and military arms collector. He operates a part-time design and inspection service from his home. His interest in WWII history led him to write "A Fallen Eagle."

The Fallen by Ben Sanders

Title The Fallen
Author Ben Sanders
Publisher ReadHowYouWant.com
Release Date 2010
Category Fiction
Total Pages 367
ISBN 9781459602359
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When local cop Sean Devereaux, who enjoys skating close to the edge, does a favour for his attractive neighbour, he unwittingly exposes a web of deceit and corruption. As he investigates the murder of a 16-year-old Epsom 'princess' in his day job, his after-hours efforts have him stumbling into the aftermath of a scam involving senior colleagues, and he is soon enmeshed in an escalating cycle of kidnapping, murder and violent mayhem. With his unconventional ex-colleague-turned-security-specialist John Hale, Devereaux slowly begins to unravel the truth as the body count climbs and the stakes become personal. As an outwardly terse, street-savvy operator, Sean Devereaux emerges as an engaging and irreverent hero, becoming the catalyst for an absorbing, strangely uneasy murder mystery, set in unnervingly familiar surroundings. A superb blend of international-standard crime-writing with a strong local ambience that lures you in and delivers a strong and emotionally satisfying read.

Title The Fallen The Enemy Book 5
Author Charlie Higson
Publisher Penguin UK
Release Date 2013-09-12
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9780141967974
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Fallen by Charlie Higson is the fifth awesome book in The Enemy series. First the sickness rotted the adults' minds. Then their bodies. Now they stalk the streets, hunting human flesh. The Holloway crew are survivors. They've fought their way across London and made it to the Natural History Museum alive - just. But the fight will never end while the Enemy lives, unless there's another way. . . The kids at the museum are looking for a cure. All they need are medical supplies. To get them means a journey down unknown roads. Roads where not only crazed, hungry sickos hide in the shadows. SUDDENLY IT'S NOT SO CLEAR WHO - OR WHAT - THEY'RE FIGHTING. The fourth terrifying part of Charlie Higson's bestselling Enemy series. The Enemy is among us. . . ** 2013 is the year of zombies, with Brad Pitt's World War Z and Nicholas Holt's Warm Bodies films hitting cinemas. ** 'Lord of the Flies with zombies' - Rick Riordan, creator of the Percy Jackson series. ** Charlie Higson is the bestselling author of Young Bond, and creator of The Fast Show. ** Perfect for bloodthirsty fans of 28 Days Later and Darren Shan's Zom-B series.

Finding A Fallen Hero by Bob Korkuc

Title Finding a Fallen Hero
Author Bob Korkuc
Publisher University of Oklahoma Press
Release Date 2008
Category History
Total Pages 256
ISBN 0806138920
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An author’s quest to discover what really happened to his uncle in World War II To all appearances, Anthony “Tony” Korkuc was just another casualty of World War II. A gunner on a B-17 Flying Fortress, Korkuc was lost on a bombing mission over Germany, and his family believed that his body had never been recovered. But when they learned in 1995 that Tony was actually buried at Arlington National Cemetery, his nephew Bob Korkuc set out on a seven-year quest to learn the true fate of an uncle he never knew. Finding a Fallen Hero is a compelling story that blends a wartime drama with a primer on specialized research. Author Bob Korkuc initially set out to learn how his Uncle Tony came to rest at Arlington. In the process, he also unraveled the mystery of what occurred over the skies of Germany half a century ago. Korkuc dug up military documents and private letters and interviewed people in both the United States and Germany. He tracked down surviving crewmembers and even found the brother of the Luftwaffe pilot who downed the B-17. Dozens of photographs help readers envision both Tony Korkuc’s fateful flight and his nephew’s dogged search for the truth. A gripping chronicle of exhaustive research, Finding a Fallen Hero will strike a chord with any reader who has lost a family member to war. And it will inspire others to satisfy their own unanswered questions.

Title The Graveyard of Fallen Monuments
Author P. H. Liotta
Publisher Quale Press
Release Date 2007
Category Poetry
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9780974450384
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Poetry. THE GRAVEYARD OF FALLEN MONUMENTS is a personal history of the author's humanity. Comprising over a quarter century's work of poems, from a memoir-in-verse of a near fatal ascent of Iran's mythic Mount Damavand to reflections on the current disasters in the Middle East and Southwest Asia, this book is both a personal and a political statement. While the focus is often on personal, often incredible experience, Liotta never moves far from the issue of family--especially concerns for the future of his daughter, Gaia. In a larger sense, of course, this book is finally an expression for the "larger" Gaia, the earth itself, and mother of us all.

Title Fallen Angels and the History of Judaism and Christianity
Author Annette Yoshiko Reed
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Release Date 2005-11-28
Category Religion
Total Pages 318
ISBN 0521853788
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book considers the early history of Jewish-Christian relations focussing on the fallen angels.

Fallen Angels by Lori Foster

Title Fallen Angels
Author Lori Foster
Publisher HQN Books
Release Date 2008-03-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9781426813504
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Beguiled P.I. Dane Carter assumed his murdered twin's identity to find his killer. Angel Morris was his main suspect—a woman his twin had betrayed. Now Dane could destroy her trust again. By falling in love with her… Wanton Passion had clouded P.I. Celia Carter's judgment once. Never again. Now she took on dangerous undercover assignments to deal with her guilt. But P.I. Alec Sharpe was determined to reawaken Celia's sexuality…before she got herself killed. Uncovered Firefighter Harris Black stumbled across nude photos of a woman, and handwritten notes…about him. Who was this mystery woman? Harris hired a P.I. to trace her… never suspecting he'd already found her.

Replacing The Fallen Angels by Sr. Shackleford

Title Replacing the Fallen Angels
Author Sr. Shackleford
Publisher Xulon Press
Release Date 2007-10-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 108
ISBN 9781604771046
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Shackleford explores Gods purpose from a time prior to creation when He needed to replace some rebellious angels, and man would be his solution. God had to give man something that he did not give His created angels--the opportunity to make choices between right and wrong, good and evil. (Practical Life)

Fallen Women Problem Girls by Regina G. Kunzel

Title Fallen Women Problem Girls
Author Regina G. Kunzel
Publisher Yale University Press
Release Date 1995-08
Category Social Science
Total Pages 264
ISBN 0300065094
Language English, Spanish, and French
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During the first half of the twentieth century, out-of-wedlock pregnancy came to be seen as one of the most urgent and compelling problems of the day. The effort to define its meaning fueled a struggle among three groups of women: evangelical reformers who regarded unmarried mothers as fallen sisters to be saved, a new generation of social workers who viewed them as problem girls to be treated, and unmarried mothers themselves. Drawing on previously unexamined case records from maternity homes, Regina Kunzel explores how women negotiated the crisis of single pregnancy and analyzes the different ways they understood and represented unmarried motherhood. Fallen Women, Problem Girls is a social and cultural history of out-of-wedlock pregnancy in the United States from 1890 to 1945. Kunzel analyzes how evangelical women drew on a long tradition of female benevolence to create maternity homes that would redeem and reclaim unmarried mothers. She shows how, by the 1910s, social workers struggling to achieve professional legitimacy tried to dissociate their own work from that earlier tradition, replacing the reform rhetoric of sisterhood with the scientific language of professionalism. By analyzing the important and unexplored transition from the conventions of nineteenth-century reform to the professional imperatives of twentieth-century social welfare, Kunzel offers a new interpretation of gender and professionalization. Kunzel places shifting constructions of out-of-wedlock pregnancy within a broad history of gender, sexuality, class, and race, and argues that the contests among evangelical women, social workers, and unmarried mothers distilled larger generational and cross-class conflicts among women in the first half of the twentieth century.

The Gospel Of The Fallen Angel by Geraint ap Iorwerth

Title The Gospel of the Fallen Angel
Author Geraint ap Iorwerth
Publisher John Hunt Publishing
Release Date 2011-09-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 267
ISBN 9781846944086
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'From humble beginnings as a private investigator in the Heavenly Court, Satan worked his way up the career ladder to become God's Chief Prosecutor. It wasn't long before he branched off and started his own global enterprise as Prince of The World. 'The Gospel of The Fallen Angel' is Satan's exclusive, honest account of the life and times of his greatest adversary, Jesus of Galilee.' When Jesus walked on earth he gave strict orders not to let anyone know who he was. My minions couldn't help themselves. They kept blurting it out! I had better self control. Until now! After 2000 years, I've finally broken my silence. Not bad going for the archetypal disobedient one! Satan Geraint's The Gospel of The Fallen Angel is a first to tell the story of Jesus from Satan's perspective. He tells the story of the real Jewish Jesus, not the fictitious Christ of the Christian church. A highly original, clever, often funny, alternative view of the Gospels. It has a lot to say about traditional Christianity that is interesting and uncomfortable. Its appeal is its modern message about what it means to be human, whether one is religious or not.

Fallen Angel by Jerry Langton

Title Fallen Angel
Author Jerry Langton
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release Date 2009-12-17
Category True Crime
Total Pages 296
ISBN 9780470739945
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Walter Stadnick is not an imposing man. At five-foot-four, his face and arms scarred by fire in a motorcycle accident, he would not spring to mind as a leader of Canada's most notorious biker gang, the Hells Angels. yet through sheer guts and determination, intelligence and luck, this Hamilton-born youth who had the nickname of "Nurget" rose in the Hells Angels ranks to become national president. Not only did he lead the Angels through the violent war with their rivals the rock machine in Montreal in the Nineties, Stadnick saw opportunity to grow the Hells Angels into a national criminal gang. he was a visionary--and a highly successful one. Bikers are not known for their fondness for rival gangs. Stadnick and the Angels fought and defeated rival gangs, or used power of persuasion to patch them over. As Stadnick's influence spread, law enforcement took notice of the growing presence of the Angels in Ontario, Manitoba and British Columbia. However, Stadnick's success did not come without a price. Arrested and charged with 13 counts of first-degree murder, stadnick beat the murder charges but was convicted of gangsterism and is currently serving time. Fallen Angel details one man's improbable rise to power in one of the world's most violent organizations, while shedding light on how this enigmatic and dangerous biker gang operated and why it remains so powerful.