She was shocked at the size of the crowd, but even more shocked at where she was going to be sitting. A long, rickety table had been placed in the middle of a stage in the hotel's parking lot. Well at least I'm not alone in this disaster. It was her and several other radio "legends", as the obnoxious neon banner proclaimed. Joey Roxy noticed the sun was beginning to set. Just great, didn't it occur to any of these promoters that vampires and zombies love the night?" What was to be talk show legend Joey Roxy's last public appearance becomes one of the most memorable nights of her life. After being attacked by a vampire she must decide if she wishes to cheat death, after all she is no teenager and becoming a vampire at her age seems like one of the most absurd ideas imaginable. Can she continue her career, stay married to a human, and manage not to kill anyone? This is not your teenager's Twilight....
A guide to living an authentic Christian life urges readers to seek an expression of faith that is personal, rather than in accordance with the belief systems of others, in a handbook that cites the examples of Jesus while offering a perspective on the unlimited nature of God.
|Release Date||: 1866|
|Pages||: 329 pages|
"Some Do Not ..." chronicles the life of Christopher Tietjens, "the last Tory", a brilliant government statistician from a wealthy landowning family, who serves in the British Army during the First World War. The novel is the first part of the famous "Parade's End" tetralogy by Ford Madox Ford. The setting is mainly England and the Western Front of the First World War, in which Ford had served as an officer in the Welch Regiment, a life he vividly depicts.