This is the second book of the 'World-A-Way' series. The bondsmen of Midway and the 'long-lived' of Retreat are facing evil, as never before. Venn, the chosen of The Deep is approaching and it falls to the younglings of the 'new-blood' to face the threat of The Enforcer - as was their 'legacy' - decreed, by The Blue Pool, at the time of their birth. But Venn summons the 'shadow-forms'! It remains to be seen how The Way will respond to this and how the younglings can evert defeat such creatures of evil.
When I was seventeen years old I was in a serious car accident. I was not wearing a seatbelt when the car struck at a speed of 75 miles per hour. At seventeen I was not a devout Christian, yet I had the wisdom to pray the words, "Jesus save me." What happened next was a miracle. For years I have wanted to tell the story of my near death experience but was not sure how to make the story around the experience interesting. "Lizzie' Light" is a fiction story wrapped in God's truth. Lizzie has recently moved from her predominantly Catholic neighborhood in Gardner Mass to a rural part of Central Florida. She is somewhat cultured shocked to have moved from an urban family neighborhood in New England to a rural trailer park populated with retirees. Lizzie is also dealing with the awkward feelings of adolescence and intimidated by boys. Lizzie has some exciting encounters while living the Florida lifestyle. The story begins with Lizzie getting in trouble with the park manager for helping to put a baby alligator in the community pool and ends with her and her best friend Lori accidently getting involved in real danger with truly evil men. Lizzie is confused about her own faith and will need to search her soul in order to heal. In the end, she will endure a miracle. The miracle she endures is the true experience I had at seventeen years old. Each chapter is forwarded with the true account of this miraculous encounter. May you realize how much God loves you through experiencing "Lizzie's Light."
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This collection of twelve critical essays on women's poetry of the eighteenth century and enlightenment is the first to range widely over individual poets and to undertake a comprehensive exploration of their work. Experiment with genre and form, the poetics of the body, the politics of gender, revolutionary critique, and patronage, are themes of the collection, which includes discussions of the distinctive projects of Mary Leapor, Ann Yearsley, Helen Maria Williams, Joanna Baillie, Charlotte Smith, Anna Barbauld and Lucy Aikin.
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