The Gates of Hell

The Gates of Hell is the follow up to Michael Livingston’s amazing The Shards of Heaven, a historical fantasy that reveals the hidden magic behind the history we know, and commences a war greater than any mere mortal battle.

Author: Michael Livingston

Publisher: Tor Books

ISBN: 9781466873322

Category: Fiction

Page: 400

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The Gates of Hell is the follow up to Michael Livingston’s amazing The Shards of Heaven, a historical fantasy that reveals the hidden magic behind the history we know, and commences a war greater than any mere mortal battle. Alexandria has fallen, and with it the great kingdom of Egypt. Cleopatra is dead. Her children are paraded through the streets in chains wrought of their mother's golden treasures, and within a year all but one of them will be dead. Only her young daughter, Cleopatra Selene, survives to continue her quest for vengeance against Rome and its emperor, Augustus Caesar. To show his strength, Augustus Caesar will go to war against the Cantabrians in northern Spain, and it isn't long before he calls on Juba of Numidia, his adopted half-brother and the man whom Selene has been made to marry—but whom she has grown to love. The young couple journey to the Cantabrian frontier, where they learn that Caesar wants Juba so he can use the Trident of Poseidon to destroy his enemies. Perfidy and treachery abound. Juba's love of Selene will cost him dearly in the epic fight, and the choices made may change the very fabric of the known world. “Livingston has spiced real history with a compelling dose of fantasy! Wonderfully imaginative and beautifully told.” —Bernard Cornwell, bestselling author of The Pagan Lord, on The Shards of Heaven At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
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The Gates of Hell

Author: James W. Cunningham

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105121916360

Category: Councils and synods

Page: 524

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The Gates of Hell

It is 334 BC and Alexander and his troops have crossed into Asia.

Author: Paul C. Doherty

Publisher: Constable

ISBN: 184119896X

Category: Detective and mystery stories

Page: 288

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It is 334 BC and Alexander and his troops have crossed into Asia. Marching south he has conquered all in his path, but he and his enemies all know that the great prize is the city of Halicarnassus, strategically important and with fortifications to make any attacker despair.
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The Gates of Hell

Author: Anne Roche

Publisher: McClelland & Stewart

ISBN: 0771076851

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Gates of Hell

The Gates of Hell: Kids in Prison is a book that all parents and their teenage children need to read.

Author: Doug Golden

Publisher: Infinity Pub

ISBN: 0741430150

Category: Law

Page: 106

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The Gates of Hell: Kids in Prison is a book that all parents and their teenage children need to read. You wont believe how easy it is to have your 10 and 11-year-old children taken away from you and placed in a State Juvenile Detention Center by the Juvenile Courts. Learn what can happen to them should this occur in your family, learn whats on the other side of the fence, the abuse, the neglect, the strange suicides and mysterious deaths that are occurring in these facilities as way to many Kids are not making it out alive.
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The Gates of Hell

Meanwhile, the Blood King finally sets into motion his long-term plan to enter the Gates of Hell and finish something his idol, Captain Cook, could never do: discover the shocking secrets hidden within, while launching multiple terrorist ...

Author: David Leadbeater

Publisher:

ISBN: 1482536404

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Matt Drake, broken by the murder of his loved ones, betrayal, and the threat to his friends, sets out to cancel the blood vendetta imposed by the underworld linchpin, the Blood King. Revenge, terrible and personal drives Drake in his quest to stop the man who has become his nemesis. The mercenary, Boudreau, now in the hands of his enemies, sits stone-faced and unflinching as Hayden Jaye desperately tries to extract the information she needs to save the lives of hundreds. After several failed attempts she becomes painfully aware it's going to take extreme measures to make him talk. Meanwhile, the Blood King finally sets into motion his long-term plan to enter the Gates of Hell and finish something his idol, Captain Cook, could never do: discover the shocking secrets hidden within, while launching multiple terrorist attacks and an all-out war against the islands of Hawaii. With nothing more than an ancient map left behind by Captain Cook, Drake and his team must follow the Blood king through a deadly maze in the heart of a volcano. He risks everything to track down the most dangerous man of modern times and help unravel the mysteries surrounding the bones of Odin.
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Shaking the Gates of Hell

Archibald writes of this difficult, at times uncomfortable, reckoning with his past in this unadorned, affecting book of growth and evolution.

Author: John Archibald

Publisher: Knopf

ISBN: 9780525658139

Category: Religion

Page: 320

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On growing up in the American South of the 1960s--an all-American white boy--son of a long line of Methodist preachers, in the midst of the civil rights revolution, and discovering the culpability of silence within the church. By the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and columnist for The Birmingham News. "My dad was a Methodist preacher and his dad was a Methodist preacher," writes John Archibald. "It goes all the way back on both sides of my family. When I am at my best, I think it comes from that sermon place." Everything Archibald knows and believes about life is "refracted through the stained glass of the Southern church. It had everything to do with people. And fairness. And compassion." In Shaking the Gates of Hell, Archibald asks: Can a good person remain silent in the face of discrimination and horror, and still be a good person? Archibald had seen his father, the Rev. Robert L. Archibald, Jr., the son and grandson of Methodist preachers, as a moral authority, a moderate and a moderating force during the racial turbulence of the '60s, a loving and dependable parent, a forgiving and attentive minister, a man many Alabamians came to see as a saint. But was that enough? Even though Archibald grew up in Alabama in the heart of the civil rights movement, he could recall few words about racial rights or wrongs from his father's pulpit at a time the South seethed, and this began to haunt him. In this moving and powerful book, Archibald writes of his complex search, and of the conspiracy of silence his father faced in the South, in the Methodist Church and in the greater Christian church. Those who spoke too loudly were punished, or banished, or worse. Archibald's father was warned to guard his words on issues of race to protect his family, and he did. He spoke to his flock in the safety of parable, and trusted in the goodness of others, even when they earned none of it, rising through the ranks of the Methodist Church, and teaching his family lessons in kindness and humanity, and devotion to nature and the Earth. Archibald writes of this difficult, at times uncomfortable, reckoning with his past in this unadorned, affecting book of growth and evolution.
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Slam Shut the Gates of Hell

They called the operation aThe Gates of Hell, a and each drop zone was a gate. This is a story of a group of dedicated men with only one purpose. The law they were sworn to uphold was being broken by renegade federal agents.

Author: C. Leeper

Publisher: Publishamerica Incorporated

ISBN: 1424156173

Category: Fiction

Page: 307

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Trusted federal agents, limitless narcotics, the desert of New Mexico, and the conspiracy was born. The flaw was Deputy Sheriff Wilt Bonny, and his lifelong friend, Charlie Morgan of the Jicarilla Indian Reservation police. A plane crash with no report from the FFA, a murdered sheep herder, and unmarked brass casings found at the site were sufficient to begin their investigation. The organization they formed consisted of local and state law enforcement, a district attorney, and a retired judge. They called the operation aThe Gates of Hell, a and each drop zone was a gate. This is a story of a group of dedicated men with only one purpose. The law they were sworn to uphold was being broken by renegade federal agents. They were the only ones who could put an end to their corruption. The mission was to slam shut the gates of hell.
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The Gates of Hell

The Gates of Hell: Rodin’s Passion in Stone is not just another biography of Rodin.

Author: Arline Boucher Tehan

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781453548295

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 250

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The Gates of Hell: Rodin’s Passion in Stone is not just another biography of Rodin. There are many excellent ones already. Rather, it is an attempt to understand the sculptor, after immersion in his works, by listening to his own words and those spoken about him. For Rodin was more than a sculptor of genius. He had the imagination and the courage to search for the truth, not only with his artist’s hands, but with the penetrating gaze and mastery of the word that define the writer. His book Les Cathedrals de France and his hundreds of letters offer a new close-up of the artist, both visual and verbal. His musings on art and on life, and his contemporaries’ views of him, form a biographer’s trove. This rich assemblage of words, like a hoard of tiny fragments of stone and glass, when pieced together, form a mosaic likeness of an artist who was himself a story teller in stone.
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Shaking the Gates of Hell

Author: Sharon Delgado

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780800662202

Category: Religion

Page: 284

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Shaking the Gates of Hell astutely analyzes the major threats facing humanity that are exacerbated by economic globalization, provides an invaluable overview of the global economy and its institutional functioning, and offers a powerful vision for faith-led resistance and hope for transformation. Book jacket.
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Rake at the Gates of Hell

A tale of retribution and deception, HELLBLAZER: RAKE AT THE GATES OF HELL chronicles the final battle between the sorcerer John Constantine and the lord of the underworld.

Author: Garth Ennis

Publisher: Vertigo

ISBN: 1401247490

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 384

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John Constantine heads towards a final showdown with a revenge-crazed Satan during a raging race riot, and in addition to desperately trying to save his dwindling number of living friends, Constantine also has one final reunion with his lost love Kit. This re-cut volume features Garth Ennis' and Steve Dillon's final JOHN CONSTANTINE, HELLBLAZER arc, collecting issues #78-83 as well as the special one-shot HEARTLAND.
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Beyond the Gates of Hell

" This tale of a boy's release from Hell ends with a confrontation of the past during his return to Auschwitz in 2002.

Author: Colin Rushton

Publisher: Pelican Publishing Company, Inc.

ISBN: 1455614874

Category: History

Page: 192

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Possibly the longest Jewish survival account of the Holocaust. An inspirational story lingers behind tales of horror witnessed by thirteen-year-old Mayer Hersh in the labor camps of Nazi Germany. In what is possibly the longest recorded survival of its kind, Hersh would spend a total of 5 years and 2 months in 9 separate labor camps before his liberation in 1945. During this time, Hersh would lose 100 members of his immediate and extended family, witness countless inhumane acts, and live constantly on the brink of starvation. Yet, as author Colin Rushton marvels, "he tells his story without bitterness, without rancor, and without hatred because, in a wonderful way, and quite literally, his humanity has triumphed over all the evil he has witnessed and suffered." This tale of a boy's release from Hell ends with a confrontation of the past during his return to Auschwitz in 2002.
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America at the Gates of Hell

Never before have we faced such stark historical contrasts of good and evil. We stand at the precipice! Will we choose life? Can we escape our fate? This book is full of truth!

Author: Diane Chamberlain

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781525549298

Category: Religion

Page: 102

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America at the Gates of Hell is about the need for transformation of the hearts and minds of Americans. Never before have we faced such stark historical contrasts of good and evil. We stand at the precipice! Will we choose life? Can we escape our fate? This book is full of truth! The author dares to explore apocalyptic writings to provide insight. She draws from her life experience to take the reader on a journey of loving change. Her style provides the tools to overcome the obstacles. There is a way to escape if the suggestions are taken. Take the journey from the Apocalypse in Chapter one through betrayal and loss, boundaries, control, and more. Finally the author leads the end to a place of hope for the reader after despair. Has America or the English speaking world waited too long to turn the corner? Each reader must answer for themselves what part, if any, to play.
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A Stranger Stood at the Gates of Hell

A stranger stood at the gates of hell, a poem, by an unknown author, highly critical of the New Deal, which depicts Franklin D. Roosevelt as not being wanted in hell. Copied by Valeska from an unnamed magazine.

Author: P. J. Valeska

Publisher:

ISBN: LCCN:2008576265

Category: New Deal, 1933-1939

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A stranger stood at the gates of hell, a poem, by an unknown author, highly critical of the New Deal, which depicts Franklin D. Roosevelt as not being wanted in hell. Copied by Valeska from an unnamed magazine.
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Lectures from the Gates of Hell

From the only enemy the Church has ever had.Former mega church pastor, academic, author, and seminary professor, Jerry Sutton, has a unique perspective where he has seen and experienced the enemy's attacks.

Author: Jerry Sutton

Publisher: Jerry Sutton Publishing

ISBN: 0692680810

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The Church is experiencing attacks that grow fiercer and more cunning by the day. Why? To what end? The answers lie at the feet of one common source. From the only enemy the Church has ever had.Former mega church pastor, academic, author, and seminary professor, Jerry Sutton, has a unique perspective where he has seen and experienced the enemy's attacks. To him, it's never been clearer, or more certain, how evil forces work against us and within us. The enemy is employing his craft as never before, with devastating consequences for Jesus? Church. What should be our response? What will be required for today's pastors and church leaders? How will we withstand the onslaught?
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The Gates of Hell

Author: Kathleen Keating

Publisher: Counting Coup Press

ISBN: 0970859880

Category: Religion

Page: 208

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The Gates of Hell

From one of our foremost naval historians, the compelling story of the doomed Arctic voyage of the HMS Erebus and the HMS Terror, commanded by Captain Sir John Franklin.

Author: Andrew D. Lambert

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300154863

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 449

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