They've got the world at their feet, but have they got what it takes? When Sammy Lieberman joins the National Academy of Dance he soon learns there’s a lot on his plate: overcoming his weak ankles, fighting his father’s determination that he should become a doctor and running from Saturday class to synagogue. But just when Sammy thinks he’s making progress his own feelings confront him with even greater challenges.
New from Bestselling Author Ellie Danes When people want things they call me. It doesn’t matter what it is, I have it or can find it, for a price. The one thing I want for myself I can’t seem to get, her. She likes nice guys and nice things. Everything I’m not. That was until the night I rescued my brother’s business partner. Now I’m part of his underground society, a way of repaying his debt to me for saving his life. It’s also the way she’s going to be mine.
Author recommends you read Time Defense Force:2025 before reading Quantum Armageddon The fourth release in the Defense Force Series picks up where Time Defense Force: 2025 left off: Bwentani rebel leader Rillius, imprisoned for war crimes, is awaiting execution. His quantum reality double appears and all hell breaks loose across the cosmos.
His tampering with the barrier separating realities unleashes the most dangerous foe humanity has ever faced: The Terran Galactic Empire. Special Ops Force Commander Robert Tucker must combat an enemy that knows him better than he knows himself. He must stop this ruth enemy before they destroy the inter dimensional barrier, resulting in Quantum Armageddon.
The Velvet Underground, among the most influential bands of all time, are credited with creating a streetwise, pre-punk sensibility that has become inseparable from the popular image of downtown New York. "Discovered" by Andy Warhol in 1966, the VU - with their original line-up of Lou Reed, John Cale, Sterling Morrison, and Mo Tucker - would soon become the house band of the avantgarde, composing songs simultaneously furious in their abrasiveness and beautiful in their pathos, standing in striking contrast to the prevailing flower power of the era. All Yesterdays' Parties gathers for the first time almost all of the published writings contemporary with the band's existence-from sources as mainstream as the New York Times to vanished voices of the counterculture like Oz, Fusion, and Crawdaddy! The book is a revealing snapshot of an era by trailblazing rock writers such as Lester Bangs, Robert Greenfield, and Paul Williams. With photographs, posters, and other visual evocations of the period throughout, All Yesterdays' Parties is an invaluable resource, a trove of lore for anyone interested in the VU, their roots, and legacy.
Augusta Glendenning is so ill-at-ease in society that her family despairs of her ever marrying. Then Philip Denham is persuaded to transform Gussie into the toast of the town; all his gambling debts will be paid off if he's successful. But Philip soon realizes that Gussie is perfect the way she is--and that he's fallen in love with her! A Regency romance reissue.