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February 8, 2017

It is Written

"It is Written - God made Man in his own Image"  by Priyantha Abeyratne

Did God create man in his own Image ? If so, is it only spiritually he created Man in God's Image ? Is there any scientific evidence that God may have created man biologically same as himself? Can modern DNA shed some light on this age old question? Can science prove that it is possible for the Woman to be created from Man ? Can Modern science prove that it's impossible for a Man to be created from a woman ? What's the genetic code of Angels? What was Satan's master plan that made God to destroy the entire earth with a flood ? Why didn't Jesus have a biological earthly father? Why did Jesus die on the cross to save mankind? Can God do anything ? Is there anything that God cannot do ? What is the new creation Jesus made at his Resurrection ? What does the process of venom of a snake and creation of anti venom has in similar to God's great salvation plan for mankind ? Do we really need to eat and drink the flesh and blood of Jesus to be saved ? Can the bread and wine offered at the Holy Mass give us everlasting life ? Find out the answers from through a simple understanding of DNA and Chromosomes.

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February 7, 2017

Eatin’ Vegan

"Eatin' Vegan: 500 Ways for 365 Days-Vegan Cookbook Chock-Full of Recipes For Everyday Meals" byLauren Smith

It’s time to dive in! Inside these made-for-you pages of this vegan cookbook are 500 super delicious vegan recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and even smoothies. Through this cookbook you’ll find out about the endless variety of options available to you as a vegan. You will get to know that vegan and yumminess are not mutually exclusive. For example, muffins, quesadillas, scones, spreads, soups, pudding, brittle, bars and cupcake recipes abound in this vegan cookbook! There are a multitude of benefits to practicing a vegan lifestyle, and yours could be anything from your desire to live cleaner and healthier to your decision to safeguard the environment through your choices, or because it represents an ethical choice that you feel aligns with your value system. Whatever your reason, with this book, you won’t be bored anytime soon, nor will you suffer lack as you enjoy the food items and drinks presented to you here. So what are you waiting for? Click the buy button, open the pages of your cookbook and enjoy!

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February 6, 2017

The Sorceress’s Apprentice

"The Sorceress's Apprentice: Plan-B (Elder Codex) (Volume 1)" by JL Lahey

Badger, an eight-year-old orphan, has spent his entire life hiding in books, reading of the heroic deeds performed by valiant knights and courageous adventurers. While attempting to save the lives of his fellow orphans he manifests a magic like power. He soon learns that using this power comes with a great risk to his own life. A beautiful sorceress, clad all in black, soon arrives with an offer to adopt him and teach him how to properly wield his powers. Once they leave, he learns that the sorceress is really the leader of a group of adventurers, and they're not the type of heroes that he has ever read about in books. They’re the kind that steal, get drunk, rob graves, loot tombs, and shoot people in the back. They basically only do what they need to in order to have a really good time. Badger is wondering what type of tale has he gotten into, because he has never read a story quite like this one!

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February 5, 2017

When Millionaires Disregard Us

"When Millionaires Disregard Us" by May Harnish

The author of the book, May, is in her 30s. She has been working in international relations sphere for quite some years. One day she decided that she knew and saw too much to write some fiction about everyday modern life in the city (Amsterdam) with its modern priorities. So this is the set of 8 stories published in Amsterdam in January 2017, devoted to adventurous people looking for their place in life in various ways. As in real life (and the stories are based on real life), there are good and bad, and even those who are look good but are bad inside. And those who are sure they are so very bad, but still they remain at least a little bit good. The book is not about love and hate. The book is more about how to live well compromising between love and hate. The author wanted these stories to be reader friendly, so they can accompany one’s 5 o’clock drink and don’t affect readers’ good sleep. “They say: don’t try to meet somebody, better become somebody. They say: don’t believe your past, believe your future. They say: it is important where you finish, not where you start. But it is also important where you have been on the way”.

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