The adventure continues - Brenner is not a werewolf....He is the result of a secret US Army experiment. The creation of a government controlled Super Soldier.And no one asked if he wanted to take part.So, he escaped. And for the last 50 years has been living in the back roads and the small unknown towns of America. Never aging. Searching for a cure. At the same time, avoiding the dark ops experts who are looking for him.But just because he can become a seven-foot, 400-pound killing machine, it doesn’t mean that Brenner is bad. In fact, he sticks to a strict code.And like the High Plains drifters of old, anyone who crosses the Wolfman’s code is sure to suffer.They took his humanity...and now it’s time for payback.Author’s note...“I was looking to create a character that brought to mind the high plains drifters of old. A Western hero that rode into town on a dark horse, delivered justice and retribution in equal measure, and then rode off into the sunset. A modern-day gunslinger with a dark secret. I hope that I did the premise justice.”Scroll up and buy now.Project Bloodborn is a shapeshifter, werewolf series. It should be popular for all those searching for urban fantasy, vampires, ghosts, magic, and psychics. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Matt Waldron. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/156530/bk_acx0_156530_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Defiance, faith, and triumph in a heartrending novel about daughters and mothersOn a miserable November day in 1967, two women disappear from a working-class town on the Fraser River. The community is thrown into panic, with talk of drifters and murderous husbands. But no one can find a trace of Bette Parsons or Alice McFee. Even the egg seller, Doris Tenpenny, a woman to whom everyone tells their secrets, hears nothing.Ten-year-old Lulu Parsons discovers something, though: a milk-stained note her mother, Bette, left for her father on the kitchen table. "Wally," it says, "I will not live in a tarpaper shack for the rest of my life." Lulu tells no one, and months later, she buries the note in the woods. At the age of 10, she starts running - and forgetting - lurching through her unraveled life, using the safety of solitude and detachment until, at 50, she learns that she is not the only one who carries a secret.Hopeful, lyrical, comedic, and intriguingly and lovingly told, The Very Marrow of Our Bones explores the isolated landscapes and thorny attachments bred by childhood loss and buried secrets. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Allison Riley. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/050959/bk_adbl_050959_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Kenny Young is an American songwriter who has been an active writer, artist, and producer from 1963 to the present. His most famous song was "Under the Boardwalk," co-written with Arthur Resnick and recorded by The Drifters in 1964 and by The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, and many other artists, this was followed through the 1960s by Top 40 top 10 songs for Ronnie Dove, Herman's Hermits, Reparata and the Delrons, Nancy Sinatra, Clodagh Rodgers, Fox, Yellow Dog, Rhythms Del Mundo and others.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. A vagabond or "drifter" is an itinerant person. Such people may be called drifters, tramps, rogues, or hobos. A vagabond is characterized by almost continuous traveling, lacking a fixed home, temporary abode, or permanent residence. Vagabonds are not bums, as bums are not known for traveling, preferring to stay in one location. Historically, "vagabond" was a British legal term similar to vagrant, deriving from the Latin for ''purposeless wandering''. Following the Peasants'' Revolt, British constables were authorized under a 1383 statute to collar vagabonds and force them to show their means of support, if they could not, they were jailed.