Blood Moons

Blood Moons
Title Blood Moons PDF eBook
Author Mark Biltz
Publisher
Total Pages 0
Release 2014
Genre End of the world
ISBN 9781936488117

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Blood moon fever is sweeping America and the events of 2014 and 2015 are upon us! Do these unusual solar and lunar eclipses on Jewish Feast Days have special meaning? Will big events affecting Israel occur starting in 2014? Biltz, the original discoverer and recognized top expert on the coming tetrads of blood moons explains the importance of these looming events in light of bible prophecy.

Blood Moon

Blood Moon
Title Blood Moon PDF eBook
Author Hal Lindsey
Publisher Western Front
Total Pages 380
Release 1996
Genre Fiction
ISBN 9781888848076

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Hal Lindsedy's first novel, Blood Moon, spans the centuries--from Genesis to the 21st century--bringing to life biblical and historical characters and creating fictional heroes and villains you will never forget.

Blood Moons

Blood Moons
Title Blood Moons PDF eBook
Author Alianne Donnelly
Publisher Alianne Donnelly
Total Pages 193
Release 2015-09-27
Genre Fiction
ISBN 1310149127

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They say no good deed ever goes unpunished, a sentiment Dara understands fully now that she is paying for a crime she didn’t commit. It was stupid to call in a murder she didn’t really see. But how could Dara have kept silent? Now a stunning—scratch that, a dangerous—man with a frightening secret of his own is telling her he can help. Yeah, right. A telepath knows better than to trust mere words. The last decade of Tristan’s life has been penance. All that time spent among the worst dregs of society might have made him begin to question his humanity, but he’s never felt so much like an animal as he does around this timid, delicate female. Her very presence stirs the beast within him; Tristan can feel it growing stronger every day. Any more time with Dara, and it might overpower him completely. But without her, he stands no chance at all…

Blood Moon

Blood Moon
Title Blood Moon PDF eBook
Author Nicholas Kazan
Publisher Samuel French, Inc.
Total Pages 96
Release 1984
Genre
ISBN 0573619336

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Based on a true story. Manya, 19 and a college senior arrives with her sole surviving family (Uncle Gregory) at the swank New York apartment of Gregory's gangster friend Alan who is immediately attracted to Manya, and she's intrigued by him: an older man who's suave, cynical and charismatic. After a respectible interval, Gregory leaves. Alone with her, Alan cajoles Manya into revealing herself and then attacks her, first destroying her innocence and then raping her. A year later, Manya now in medical school, invites Alan to dinner and flirts with him, seemingly toying with the idea of "resuming the affair" when Gregory arrives. Manya tells Gregory about the rape. He is shocked. She attacks him for his complicity: leaving an innocent girl alone with such a man. Then they sit down to an elaborate meal and Manya reveals the horrors she has undergone in the intervening year: catonia, pregnancy, madness, eventual realization of her condition, frustrated attempts to obtain a legal abortion and, finally, a self-induced abortion of a 6-month-old fetus. The tale is horrifying, cathartic and only a prelude to Manya's final, shocking act of revenge.

Blood Moon

Blood Moon
Title Blood Moon PDF eBook
Author Chris Kreie
Publisher Darby Creek ™
Total Pages 66
Release 2017-01-01
Genre Young Adult Fiction
ISBN 1512434833

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Mateo has waited all year for this weekend: a road trip with his best friends to view the fabled blood moon eclipse. Even better, they're riding in the jeep he rebuilt himself. But when a driverless truck appears out of nowhere, their fun turns to terror. Driven off the road, Mateo and his friends realize there's something sinister happening under the eclipse. Can Mateo and his friends escape the spirits of the blood moon, or will they be cursed forever?

Blood Moon

Blood Moon
Title Blood Moon PDF eBook
Author Ernest Brawley
Publisher Austin Macauley Publishers
Total Pages 441
Release 2023-03-31
Genre Fiction
ISBN 1649797796

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In the year 1880, an impoverished, half-English journalist named Eduardo Dawson, hitching from Mexico for the American border, meets three fellow travelers who could not be more different. The first is Phoebe Surgener, a wry, strong-willed American ranch lady of obvious wealth and influence. The second is Pleasant Honeyflower, a seedy, fast-talking phony preacher. The third is Marcela Sandoval, a magically beautiful Mexican shepherdess. After their meeting on the road, there follows a seemingly endless night that begins with friendly “get-to-know-you" chatter and evolves as they cross the desert under a great blood moon into episodes of passionate young love, depraved sexual violence, betrayal, and abandonment that will have unimaginable repercussions for years to come. As fate will have it, they all end up in Pleasant Valley, Arizona, and their chance encounter in the desert will turn out to be a harbinger of The Pleasant Valley War, the bloodiest land war in the history of the American West.

Blood Moon

Blood Moon
Title Blood Moon PDF eBook
Author Patricia Kirkpatrick
Publisher Milkweed Editions
Total Pages 60
Release 2020-04-14
Genre Poetry
ISBN 1571319735

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“Why would I expect to feel blameless?” Troubled and meditative, Blood Moon is an examination of racism, whiteness, and language within one woman’s life. In these poems, words are deeply powerful, even if—with the onset of physical infirmity—they sometimes become unfixed and inaccessible, bringing together moral and mortal peril as Patricia Kirkpatrick’s speaker ages. From a child, vulnerable to “words / we learned / outside and in school, / at home, on television”: “Some words you don’t say / but you know.” To a citizen, reckoning with contemporary police brutality: “Some days need a subject and an action / or a state of being because it’s grammar. / The cop shot. The man was dead.” And to a patient recovering from brain surgery: “I don’t have names. / Words are not with me.” Throughout the collection, the moon plays companion to this speaker, as it moves through its own phases, disappearing behind one poem before appearing fully in the next. In Kirkpatrick’s hands, the moon is confessor, guide, muse, mirror, and—most of all—witness, to the cruelty that humans inflict upon one another. “The moon,” she reminds us, “will be there.” Compassionate, contemplative, occasionally wonderstruck, Blood Moon is a moving work of moral introspection.