Free biographies and memoirs Kindle books for 01 Jan 18

My Husaybah: There and Back

by C.I. Eulmer

An Infantry Marine on his second deployment to Iraq in the west of the volatile Al Anbar province on the Iraq-Syria border kept a journal of what happened to him and his unit on a day to day basis. A true personal account of what transpired during that time while stationed on a forward operating base in Husaybah, Iraq in 2004.

عبÙ?رÙ?Ø© Ù?Ø­Ù?د (Arabic Edition)

by عباس Ù?Ø­Ù?Ù?د اÙ?عÙ?اد

All True Stories: 33 Life Lessons

by In-hwan Kim

An Autobiography of In-hwan Kim

-Short and Easy to Read
-Humorous and Thought Provoking
-True, touching stories for children, teachers, and adults
-Great for those who seek self-development
-Helps you think about family, friends, success, and life

Beautiful girl seductive – Hoang Thuy Linh (Japanese Edition)

by Duc Nguyen


Beautiful people friendly – TRAN THI THU NGAN (Japanese Edition)


ç¾?ã?ã?人ã?? – TRAN THI THU NGAN

Beautiful people every detail (Japanese Edition)

by Tai touan Guen

ç¾?ã?ã?人ã??の細é?¨ – THAI THAO NGUYEN

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Free advice and self-help Kindle books for 01 Jan 18

His Toy: (Domination Humiliation Submission Boss Alpha)

by Marissa Scott

The more successful her husband got, the less attention he payed to her. That would come to a head one evening as she did the janitor in her office while working late. What she didn’t know was there were prying eyes watching what she was doing.

Her boss now had the leverage he needed to get her, but she was defiant. Would she go along with what he wanted, or would she accept her fate from being exposed?

FURY in the STORM: Where Christians Dare (The Leeward Set Book 1)

by D.I. Telbat

FURY in the STORM: Where Christians Dare, Book One of The Leeward Set by D.I. TELBAT, previously published as SEA SCRIBE, is a covert mission suspense that takes place in and around North Korea.

Protagonist Troy Forge was stabbed in a work-related incident, and now every ounce of his faith is tested as he lives to hate the man, Juan Ambula, who scarred and damaged him for life.

As a storm brews across the high seas, Troy, though still suffering from pain and loss, sets sail in his customized catamaran on a dangerous smuggling mission to the closed communist country of North Korea. Just days after leaving California’s West Coast, the voyage proves to be anything but a smooth trip. Facing many risks and dangers, Troy makes discoveriesâ??including an opportunity for revengeâ??that change his life forever.

Ho Kichunâ??cut off from the outside worldâ??is a networker for the Christian Underground Church inside North Korea. As he travels secretly serving the persecuted throughout the mountainous terrain, he prays to meet the covert contactâ??if Kichun isn’t killed by an assassin first!

Contraband smuggler Merrick Jolan is hot after Troy to kill the Christian sailor by way of his Russian bodyguard, Dmitri Volkov. But if Troy can’t meet Elephant on time, the Christian underground network may crumble.

Laura Zisk leaves a broken past in her wake that she refuses to face. As a professed atheist, she tries to run as far from her life as she can, only to be confronted with the hardest test of her being.

Fury in the Stormâ??a 70,000-word novel of clean action/suspense, with cover design by Streetlight Graphicsâ??reveals the boldness of Christians who risk everything to assist their foreign brothers and sisters in underground danger! This page-turning adventure will leave you gasping for air as the stormy deep threatens to drown God’s people in the closed frontier of forbidden land and waters of North Korea. And we see that God uses anyone who is willing.

Bonuses include: a glossary of terms, character sketch, FREE drawing downloads, and Bonus Chapter of Tears in the Wind, Book Two of The Leeward Set.

The Cult of the Apis Bull: The History and Legacy of Ancient Egyptâ??s Most Famous Sacred Animal

by Charles River Editors

*Includes pictures
*Includes ancient accounts
*Includes online resources and a bibliography for further reading
*Includes a table of contents

Africa may have given rise to the first human beings, and Egypt probably gave rise to the first great civilizations, which continue to fascinate modern societies across the globe nearly 5,000 years later. From the Library and Lighthouse of Alexandria to the Great Pyramid at Giza, the Ancient Egyptians produced several wonders of the world, revolutionized architecture and construction, created some of the world’s first systems of mathematics and medicine, and established language and art that spread across the known world. With world-famous leaders like King Tut and Cleopatra, it’s no wonder that today’s world has so many Egyptologists.

Perhaps the most intriguing aspect of ancient Egyptian civilization was its inception from the ground up, as the ancient Egyptians had no prior civilization which they could use as a template. In fact, ancient Egypt itself became a template for the civilizations that followed. The Greeks and the Romans were so impressed with Egyptian culture that they often attributed many attributes of their own culture – usually erroneously – to the Egyptians. With that said, some minor elements of ancient Egyptian culture were, indeed, passed on to later civilizations. Egyptian statuary appears to have had an initial influence on the Greek version, and the ancient Egyptian language continued long after the pharaonic period in the form of the Coptic language.

To the ancient Egyptians, the gods and goddesses were all around them and could be seen daily in nature. Nearly every animal found in ancient Egypt, both domestic and wild, were associated with a god or goddess, which can be seen in Egyptian art where deities are often depicted with human bodies and animal heads. Or sometimes the deities are portrayed as complete animals. Since deities were associated with certain animals, all animals of a specific species were given divine and protected status. The reverence that ancient Egyptians had for certain animals evolved during the long duration of Pharaonic history until by the Late Period animals of specific species were mummified by the thousands as offerings for their associated deities. For instance, ibises were mummified for the god Thoth, while cats were mummified for the goddess Bastet. Modern archaeologists have uncovered most of the Late Period animal mummies in the region near the modern village of Saqqara, which has become known as the “Sacred Animal Necropolis.”

Although most of the animal mummies discovered in the Sacred Animal Necropolis of Saqqara are the thousands of nameless ibises, falcons, crocodiles, and cats, the region was also home to another, more important animal cult. By the time the Greeks took control of Egypt in the late 4th century BCE, the Apis cult was certainly one of the most influential, if not the most influential, of all the many different religious institutions that existed in the country at that time. Through a combination of modern archaeological excavations as well as Egyptian texts and classical historical accounts, the meaning, scope, and importance of the Apis cult can be better understood.

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