A Hint Of Magic 2 The Wish Hunt
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|Author||: Sandra Schwartz|
|Editor||: Lindhardt og Ringhof|
Vigga laughs. "You have to put the eyelash on top of your chest, and then you can wish." I roll my eyes. "Come on!" "That‘s how it is," Vigga says. "There are rules for all wishes." Frida does not believe in wish magic. When she loses and eyelash, Vigga and Runa gets her to make a wish. It is as if Vigga has bewitched Runa with her magic stuff. But then the wish comes true ... "Sandra Schwartz has managed to write yet another amazing book, and with the prettiest illustrations from Lars Horneman, it hits you right in the heart." - www.bogormenogmig.wordpress.dk A series about the everyday struggles of three girls and their friendship, with just a hint of magic... Sandra Schwartz was born in 1979, and currently lives in Valby, Denmark with her husband and two kids. Growing up her mother would often take her to the most magical place in the world – the library. And her grandmother would make up dramatic stories about the Kitchen knife that went down the drain and had amazing adventures all over the world. She writes in several different genres, but her biggest passion is writing books for children and young adults.
|Author||: K.S. Marsden|
|Editor||: K.S. Marsden|
The second part of the Witch-Hunter series. The world has been thrown into darkness by the Shadow Witch's revolution. The witch-hunters are scattered, but still strong. The race is now on to gather allies and win the war. New enemies will arise; loyalties will be pushed to the limit. And an important question will be answered: can a witch-hunter that practices magic ever be trusted, or will he be persecuted? It is said that 'love conquers all', but this twisted love must stay secret, locked away with the past.
|Author||: Marko Nenonen,Raisa Maria Toivo|
The book gives an analytical review of the history of witch-hunt historiography. The history of the witch-hunt research gives understanding of cultural and academic trends which direct any research even when scholars are not cognisent of their underlying premises.
|Author||: Gary K. Waite|
|Editor||: Macmillan International Higher Education|
In the fifteenth century many authorities did not believe Inquisitors' stories of a supposed Satanic witch sect. However, the religious conflict of the sixteenth-century Reformation - especially popular movements of reform and revolt - helped to create an atmosphere in which diabolical conspiracies (which swept up religious dissidents, Jews and magicians into their nets) were believed to pose a very real threat. Fear of the Devil and his followers inspired horrific incidents of judicially-approved terror in early modern Europe, leading after 1560 to the infamous witch hunts. Bringing together the fields of Reformation and witchcraft studies, this fascinating book reveals how the early modern period's religious conflicts led to widespread confusion and uncertainty. Gary K. Waite examines in-depth how church leaders dispelled rising religious doubt by persecuting heretics, and how alleged infernal plots, and witches who confessed to making a pact with the Devil, helped the authorities to reaffirm orthodoxy. Waite argues that it was only when the authorities came to terms with pluralism that there was a corresponding decline in witch panics.
|Author||: Katie French|
"Demon slayers, a kick-ass heroine who's as funny as she is fierce, and a hot enemies-to-lovers romance? Yes, please!" I'm ready to start fresh. I mean, who wouldn't be after defeating demons at a rave sent there by my criminal mastermind parents? I could use a vaca. Instead, I get a job. But, I can't complain. I've been hired as a full-time demon hunter for the best agency in the country. I've finally landed my dream job. There's only one little problem. Dax Murphy is my boss. The same Dax Murphy who tricked me, drugged me, and seduced me into thinking he was the best thing since sliced bread. What the hell was I thinking, getting hot and heavy with him? Dax isn't even that sexy. Who likes eight-pack abs, sparkling blue eyes, immeasurable wealth, and great power, anyway? Sure, I can secretly hate him while I do my job. The agency is going to need me, too, once demons begin popping up that can conjure magic. That shouldn't be happening, and I have a feeling my outlaw parents are involved. Soon, people in our agency start going belly up, and what I think is a routine investigation turns into a fight for our lives. When Dax and I are trapped together in an evil playscape, only my undeveloped magic stands between us and oblivion. And time is running out. If you like K.F. Breen, Patricia Briggs, Faith Hunter, Laurell K. Hamilton, Shannon Mayer, Kim Harrison, Ilona Andrews, Dannika Dark, and Jennifer Estep, you'll enjoy this wildly fun, enemies-to-lovers Urban Fantasy.
|Author||: Mark Arnold|
|Editor||: BearManor Media|
In 1959, Buck Biggers, Chester "Chet" Stove, Joe Harris, and Treadwell D. Covington founded Total Television. Their goal was to create cartoon characters that encouraged kids to buy General Mills breakfast cereals and other products. Their animation series were produced from 1959-1969 using the "limited animation" technique, where minimal movements were synchronized with voice actor performances. Total Television produced: The King and Odie (1960–1963) The Hunter (1960–1963) Commander McBragg (1963–1966) Go Go Gophers (1966–1969) Klondike Kat (1963–1966) Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales (1963–1966) The Beagles (1966–1969) The Sing A Long Family (1964–1967) Tooter Turtle (1960–1963) Twinkles the Elephant (1960–1963) Underdog (1964–1967) Gene Hattree (1964–1966) Cauliflower Cabby (1964) The Colossal Show (1964) Discover how Total Television evolved through rare production artwork and storyboards, as well as reminiscences from Total Television's founders. "Mark Arnold is the guy who the other authorities on comic books and animated cartoons turn to when they're stumped for an obscure tidbit of pop cultural information; he always delivers the goods." - Scott Shaw, cartoonist
|Author||: H. M. Gooden|
|Editor||: H. M. Gooden|
Three stories lie within this collection- so please, allow yourself to be swept away as Vanessa and Emma Jane navigate a balancing act between love and hunting the creatures that go bump in the night. Despite their best plans, evil has a way of derailing the plans of these young lovers. Follow the continuing adventures of the Raven and the Witch Hunter to find out what it means to fight for the light against the dark. When you've got a loved one at your back, anything is possible.
|Author||: Shannon Curtis,Jane Kindred|
Enemies…or allies? Witch Hunter When a name appears on Dave Carter’s skin, he goes hunting. It’s his job to find and kill witches who transgress natural law. He can’t believe that sweet, naive empath Sully Timmerman is the murderer he’s seeking. Is she dangerous, in danger or both? Dave wants to protect her, but he can’t protect his own heart. And he might not even want to… Kindling the Darkness Oliver Connery left a secret paramilitary group because he couldn’t stand the thought of torturing supernatural beings. Lucy Smok’s mission is to send infernal creatures back where they came from. When Lucy learns that Oliver has been harboring hellhounds, she wants to think of him as an enemy—and Oliver wants to think the same of her. But their feelings for each other are another story…
|Author||: Brian P. Levack|
Shortlisted for the 2008 Katharine Briggs Award Witch-Hunting in Scotland presents a fresh perspective on the trial and execution of the hundreds of women and men prosecuted for the crime of witchcraft, an offence that involved the alleged practice of maleficent magic and the worship of the devil, for inflicting harm on their neighbours and making pacts with the devil. Brian P. Levack draws on law, politics and religion to explain the intensity of Scottish witch-hunting. Topics discussed include: the distinctive features of the Scottish criminal justice system the use of torture to extract confessions the intersection of witch-hunting with local and national politics the relationship between state-building and witch-hunting and the role of James VI Scottish Calvinism and the determination of zealous Scottish clergy and magistrates to achieve a godly society. This original survey combines broad interpretations of the rise and fall of Scottish witchcraft prosecutions with detailed case studies of specific witch-hunts. Witch-Hunting in Scotland makes fascinating reading for anyone with an interest in witchcraft or in the political, legal and religious history of the early modern period.
|Author||: H.M. Gooden|
|Editor||: H. M. Gooden|
Vanessa and Emma Jane have successfully navigated the dangerous soul thief. Now they need to find a way to be together in spite of Emma Jane's power, which threatens Vanessa's life each time they become too close. This time, they must travel to the Rocky Mountains in search of a talisman that may provide the answers they need for a life of happiness. Together, they will discover that the beauty of the mountains hides a danger they weren't expecting. Will they succeed, or will their quest for love lead them to an untimely end?
|Author||: Harry Eilenstein|
|Editor||: BoD – Books on Demand|
Magic is the influencing of matter by consciousness. Consequently, the transition between consciousness and matter is the crux of magic - this transition is what is often called "life force". Among other things, the structure of the chakras is found there, which is why the knowledge of the chakras and their properties is an important basis for magic. This includes not only the importance of the Third Eye for hypnosis, the significance of the Hara for combat magic, or the function of the solar plexus in life force vampirism, but also the dynamics of the entire chakra system and the gesture that results from it as an ideal state - which is the optimal basis of both magic and a life full of joy.
|Author||: Oxford Dictionaries,|
|Editor||: Oxford University Press|
This fully updated edition offers over 120,000 words, phrases, and definitions. It covers all the words you need for everyday use, carefully selected from the evidence of the Oxford English Corpus, a databank of 21st century English, containing over 2 billion words.The Factfinder centre section gives quick-reference entries on topics including famous people, countries, and science. Includes 3 months' access to Oxford Dictionaries Pro at oxforddictionaries.com.
|Author||: C L'Estrange Ewen|
Originally published in 1929, the author presents a formidable collection of facts, brought together in a scholarly manner. This is an examination of the general history of witchcraft, its changing laws and legal procedures, as well as methods of interrogation and punishment. This book must be considered an essential reference work for every student of witch lore.
|Author||: Angus Stevenson,Maurice Waite|
|Editor||: Oxford University Press|
Offers definitions for English words and phrases, along with observations about the evolution of the dictionary since its first edition and tables that contain information for such topics as countries and chemical elements.
|Author||: Ty Johnston|
|Editor||: Ty Johnston|
Sergeant Guthrie Hackett finally manages to find himself within the relative safety of his own Ursian countrymen, but an assault by the barbaric Dartague leaves more dead and wounded. Setting off alone once more, this time in hopes of saving the captured captain of the northern Ursian militia, Guthrie learns there are more players behind the scenes. Eventually discovering a hidden Dartague encampment, the sergeant slinks around in hope of finding the captain. Before his search can come to a culmination, however, Guthrie discovers a truth about himself that might be more disturbing than anything he learns of the enemy. Also available Mage Hunter: Episode 1: Blooded Snow Mage Hunter: Episode 2: Sundered Shields Mage Hunter: Episode 3: Bared Blades Mage Hunter: Episode 4: Hammered Iron Mage Hunter: Episode 5: Changeless Fate Mage Hunter Omnibus
|Author||: Australian National Dictionary Centre|
|Editor||: Oxford University Press, USA|
"The Australian Modern Oxford Dictionary Third Edition contains the full text of the fourth edition of The Australian Oxford Paperback Dictionary, but has the added benefits of colour headwords and a durable vinyl cover. With over 70,000 headwords, the third edition of The Australian Modern Oxford Dictionary retains the popular features of the second edition (including encyclopedic entries), adds many new Australian and international words and meanings, and provides detailed guidance on usage. There is a special emphasis on Aboriginal culture and history. The Australian Modern Dictionary specifically examines words that have been borrowed from Aboriginal languages, with an etymology section that specifies the language from which each of the words have been borrowed. Up-to-date encyclopedic entries for the names of famous people, places, events, and institutions are also provided. The new words in this edition come from a variety of areas and include: Al Qaeda, Bali bombing, Benedict XVI, Lauren Jackson, Kyoto Protocol, Osama Bin Laden, Peter Jackson, Jemaah Islamiah, avian influenza, blog, botox, google, intelligent design and podcast."--Publisher's website.
|Author||: J. Dillinger|
The first comprehensive history of magical treasure hunting from the Middle Ages to the 20th century, revealing a magical universe of treasure spirits, and wizards who tried to deal with them. Combining history and anthropology, this study sees treasure hunting as an expression of shifting economic mentalities and changing ideas about history.