The Naturals

Author: Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Publisher: Hachette UK


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 352

View: 286

Cassie Hobbes is not like most teenagers. Most teenagers don't lose their mother in a bloody, unsolved murder. Most teenagers can't tell who you are, where you're from and how you're likely to behave within moments of meeting you. And most teenagers don't get chosen to join The Naturals. Identified by the FBI as uniquely gifted, Cassie is recruited to an elite school where a small number of teens are trained to hone their exceptional abilites. For Cassie, trying to make friends with the girls, and to figure out the two very different, very hot boys, is challenging enough. But when a new serial killer strikes and Cassie is drawn into a lethal game of cat and mouse, she realises just how dangerous life in The Naturals could be.

The 'Naturals

Season One -- Episodes 1-4

Author: Aaron Patterson

Publisher: StoneHouse Ink


Category: Fiction

Page: 80

View: 850

* * * Get the complete Season One for less than the individual books. Search for The 'Naturals Complete Season One to get all 20 episodes at a great price! * * * A small town full of secrets. A coming darkness. Teenagers with supernatural abilities. Think you know the story? Think again. As Summer ends, the students at Silverwood High are getting ready to go back to school and resume their normal, everyday lives. Too bad "normal" is no longer an option. When these teens get their very first tastes of what destiny has in store, will they embrace that destiny... or flee from it? Will they be selfless... or ruthless? Will they master their abilities... or will their abilities master them? This is their awakening, the first step of an epic journey. But it's only the beginning of something bigger than they could ever imagine. Four teenagers. One town. Four authors. One story. The sleepy little town of Silverwood is about to wake up. * * * IN THESE EPISODES... AVERY: Episode 1: Soulful, artistic Avery is intrigued when Silverwood High's strapping, athletic newcomer takes an interest in her. So why is she convinced that there's more going on with this guy than a simple crush? by Melody Carlson MARSHALL: Episode 2: Brilliant but nerdy Marshall is used to being the odd man out, the last one picked, and the bully's favorite target. But his luck may be changing when he discovers that he can do something that should be completely impossible. by Robin Parrish HAILEY: Episode 3: Soccer prodigy Hailey wants desperately to hide every aspect of her home life -- and the anger and regrets that fill her heart. But she's about to discover that concealing her feelings isn't a possibility anymore. by K.C. Neal ISRAEL: Episode 4: Homeschooler Israel is part of a dysfunctional family. They look normal on the outside, but it's a carefully constructed lie that's leaving plenty of scars. It doesn't help that he's having disturbing dreams and experiencing bizarre sensations. by Aaron Patterson

Bad Blood

(The Naturals #4)

Author: Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Publisher: Disney Electronic Content


Category: Juvenile Fiction


View: 248

When Cassie Hobbes joined the FBI's Naturals program, she had one goal: uncover the truth about her mother's murder. But now, everything Cassie thought she knew about what happened that night has been called into question. Her mother is alive, and the people holding her captive are more powerful—and dangerous—than anything the Naturals have faced so far. As Cassie and the team work to uncover the secrets of a group that has been killing in secret for generations, they find themselves racing a ticking clock. New victims. New betrayals. New secrets. When the bodies begin piling up, it soon becomes apparent that this time, the Naturals aren't just hunting serial killers. They're being hunted.

Algebraic Specification of Communication Protocols

Author: S. Mauw

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: Computers

Page: 212

View: 588

Modern computer networks now circle the world, but the transmission of information among them depends on the many different protocols that define the behavior of the sender and receiver. It is clear therefore, that the accurate description of these protocols is important if harmonious communication is to be maintained. In this book the authors use the formal specification language PSF to provide an unambiguous description of several communication protocols of varying levels of complexity, ranging from the alternating bit protocol to the token ring protocol. Beginners, as well as professionals in the field of communication protocols, will benefit from both the methods of specification described, and the protocols discussed in this book.

Milady Standard Natural Hair Care & Braiding

Author: Diane Carol Bailey

Publisher: Cengage Learning


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 304

View: 716

Milady Standard Natural Hair Care and Braiding is designed to be the training resource of choice for individuals committed to nurturing textured hair and providing excellent natural hair care services. This book introduces the technical and creative aspects of braiding, styling, and grooming hair that is naturally curly, kinky, or multi-textured. Also included, are 17 procedures with step-by-step photos and detailed instructions in techniques for styling and grooming natural hair and natural hair additions. This is a “must have” for those who are serious about developing a wide range of services and building a broad, diverse client base--crucial elements for success in the flourishing hair care industry. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Introduction to Calculus and Classical Analysis

Author: O. Hijab

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Mathematics

Page: 313

View: 259

As an excellent, easy-to-understand introduction to analysis, this book involves rigorous analysis, computational dexterity, and a breadth of applications, making it ideal for undergraduate majors. The book contains many remarkable features, including a heavy emphasis on computational problems and applications from many parts of analysis. The work completely avoids treating complex numbers. Nearly 350 problems with solutions are included in the back of the book.

Implementation and Application of Functional Languages

20th International Symposium, IFL 2008, Hatfield, UK, September 10-12, 2008. Revised Selected Papers

Author: Sven-Bodo Scholz

Publisher: Springer


Category: Computers

Page: 291

View: 494

This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the 20th International Workshop on Implementation and Applications of Functional Languages, IFL 2008, held in Hatfield, UK, in September 2008. The 15 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 31 submissions. Topics of interest cover a wide range from novel language designs, theoretical underpinnings, compilation and optimisation techniques for diverse hardware architectures, to applications, programming techniques and novel tools.

The Popularization of Medicine

Author: Roy Porter

Publisher: Routledge


Category: History

Page: 320

View: 622

In the early modern centuries a body of popularized medical writings appeared, telling ordinary people how they could best take care of their own health. Often written be doctors, such books gave simple advice for home treatments, while commonly warning of the dangers of magic, quackery, old wive's tales and faith-healing. The Popularization of Medicine explores the rise of this form of people's medicine, from the early days of printing to the Victorian age, focusing on the different experiences of Britain, the Continent and North America.

The Natural and the Artefactual

The Implications of Deep Science and Deep Technology for Environmental Philosophy

Author: Keekok Lee

Publisher: Lexington Books


Category: Nature

Page: 285

View: 608

In this book, philosopher Keekok Lee challenges one of the central assumptions of contemporary environmentalism: that if we could reduce or eliminate pollution we could 'save' the planet without unduly disrupting our modern, industrialized societies. Lee argues instead that the process of modernization, with its attendant emphasis on technological innovation, has fundamentally transformed 'nature' into just another manmade 'artefact.' Ultimately, what needs to be determined is if nature has value above and beyond human considerations, whether aesthetic, spiritual, or biological. This provocative book attempts to reconfigure environmental ethics, positing the existence of two separate ontological categories--the 'natural' and the 'artefactual.' Natural entities, be they organisms or inert matter, are 'morally considerable' because they possess the ontological value of independence, whereas artefacts are created by humans expressly to serve their own interests and ends.

The Traditional Healer's Handbook

A Classic Guide to the Medicine of Avicenna

Author: Ghulam Moinuddin Chishti

Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Co


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 385

View: 300

This comprehensive guide to healing synthesizes the principles and practices of Hippocratic, Chinese, Ayurvedic, and Persian medicine, and includes the first English translation of one of the handbooks of Avicenna, whose writings have been classics in herbal and dietetic medicine for more than 1,000 years. Based on the philosophy that "food is the best medicine," Avicenna's canon provides simple and effective diagnostic techniques and therapies for maintaining health and strengthening the immune system. Includes a botanical guide for the 100 most-used healing herbs and recommended treatments for 400 conditions, including diet and nutrition, herbology, and aromatherapy.