Moon Shadows

Moon Shadows Author Nora Roberts
ISBN-10 1101146672
Release 2004-09-28
Pages 384
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Romance and magic meet by the light of the moon in this collection of Celtic tales from #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts and New York Times bestselling authors Jill Gregory, Ruth Ryan Langan, and Marianne Willman. From mysterious warriors to evil sorceresses, from full moon cravings to moon witch spells, these enchanting tales of love and legend, magic and mystery are as menacing and alluring as the moon itself... From the Paperback edition.



Moonshadows

Moonshadows Author Julie Weston
ISBN-10 1432830732
Release 2015-07-22
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Moonshadows

Moonshadows Author Cowherds (Authors)
ISBN-10 9780199751433
Release 2011
Pages 251
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The doctrine of the two truths - a conventional truth and an ultimate truth - is central to Buddhist metaphysics and epistemology. The two truths (or two realities), the distinction between them, and the relation between them is understood variously in different Buddhist schools; it is of special importance to the Madhyamaka school. One theory is articulated with particular force by Nagarjuna (2nd C CE) who famously claims that the two truths are identical to one another and yet distinct. One of the most influential interpretations of Nagarjuna's difficult doctrine derives from the commentary of Candrakarti (6th C CE). In view of its special soteriological role, much attention has been devoted to explaining the nature of the ultimate truth; less, however, has been paid to understanding the nature of conventional truth, which is often described as "deceptive," "illusion," or "truth for fools." But because of the close relation between the two truths in Madhyamaka, conventional truth also demands analysis. Moonshadows, the product of years of collaboration by ten cowherds engaged in Philosophy and Buddhist Studies, provides this analysis. The book asks, "what is true about conventional truth?" and "what are the implications of an understanding of conventional truth for our lives?" Moonshadows begins with a philosophical exploration of classical Indian and Tibetan texts articulating Candrakati's view, and uses this textual exploration as a basis for a more systematic philosophical consideration of the issues raised by his account.



Moon Shadows

Moon Shadows Author Colin A. Ross
ISBN-10 0976550830
Release 2007-01-01
Pages 375
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Moon Shadow

Moon Shadow Author Erin Downing
ISBN-10 9781481475211
Release 2017-05-16
Pages 256
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"On the night of her thirteen birthday, Lucia Frank's shadow half slips out and begins to act in ways that Lucia has always wanted but been afraid to do. Now Lucia is becoming the girl she's always wanted to be -- fearless and assertive -- but is there another cost to bear?"--



Moon Shadows Flowers and Butterflies

Moon Shadows  Flowers  and Butterflies Author Lynette Wells
ISBN-10 9781504305877
Release 2017-03-08
Pages 74
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I n 2006, author Lynette Wells lost her husband of twenty years and her mother in a span of six weeks. She was overcome with grief and couldn’t understand her intense unfamiliar emotions. In Moon Shadows, Flowers, and Butterflies, she tells how a creative process helped her make sense of her situation. She shares her story of how she journeyed through her grief, including the images and stories inspired and revealed to her through the beauty and strength of nature. Wells narrates how she could not find the words to express the intense emotion she carried every waking moment, and then she decided to try painting, one of her favorite pastimes. She randomly chose colors and watched them flow effortlessly across the canvas, shapes turning into images to give her a visual view of the emotion felt at that moment. Once the picture evolved, words were revealed, and she slowly began to understand what seemed like a tangled knot buried deep within. Moon Shadows, Flowers, and Butterflies discusses how her sadness gradually transformed to moments of happiness as she reflected on memories and stories of loved ones. It offers hope that the creative process might guide others who are journeying on the grief path to find peace and happiness.



Dragonwings

Dragonwings Author Laurence Yep
ISBN-10 0822213265
Release 1993-01-01
Pages 51
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In the early twentieth century, a young Chinese boy joins his father in San Francisco and helps him realize his dream of making a flying machine.



MoonShadows

MoonShadows Author Michael Ploog
ISBN-10 0865620083
Release 1998
Pages 63
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Moonshadows The Mike Ploog Sketchbook



Moonshadows

Moonshadows Author The Cowherds
ISBN-10 9780199826506
Release 2010-12-24
Pages 272
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The doctrine of the two truths--a conventional truth and an ultimate truth--is central to Buddhist metaphysics and epistemology. The two truths (or two realities), the distinction between them, and the relation between them is understood variously in different Buddhist schools and is of special importance to the Madhyamaka school. The fundamental ideas are articulated with particular force by Nagarjuna (2nd--3rd century CE) who famously claims that the two truths are identical to one another, and yet distinct. One of the most influential interpretations of Nagarjuna's difficult doctrine derives from the commentary of Candrakirti (6th century CE). While much attention has been devoted to explaining the nature of the ultimate truth in view of its special soteriological role, less has been paid to understanding the nature of conventional truth, which is often described as "deceptive," "illusion," or "truth for fools." But conventional truth is nonetheless truth. This book therefore asks, "what is true about conventional truth?" and "What are the implications of an understanding of conventional truth for our lives?"



Moon Shadows

Moon Shadows Author Sherine Khalil
ISBN-10 9781496977311
Release 2014-05
Pages 180
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Stephen Campbell is a young Scottish art historian, who travels to Egypt, retracing his great-grandfather's footsteps in the East. With romantic notions he seeks to relive the magic he sees in his ancestor's Orientalist paintings. Once in Cairo, he is swept by the energy of the city, and falls in love with beautiful Mira, an ambitious tourist guide. Little does Stephen know that his Egyptian goddess is involved in an illegal excavation of ancient Egyptian tombs. Entangled in a web of crime, and love, Stephen is trapped, questions the very essence of love, and is forced to make the ultimate sacrifice.



Moon Shadows

Moon Shadows Author Fred C. Adams
ISBN-10 9781941087107
Release 2014-10-01
Pages 274
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In the dark of night, the moon is bright. But what lurks in the shadows will give you a fright. Seventeen stories touch the unknown, the unseen, and the undead. Visit what we avoid. Step into the shadows of the moon. Included stories (alphabetical by author): Masks by Fred C. Adams Under a Hunter’s Moon by Timothy Bateson Afraid by Thomas Beck The Reckoning: Hidden Remains by Spencer Carvalho The Hunt by IE Castellano The Hearth by Kevin Hayman Bumps in the Night by Jovan Jones The Lightkeepers by Renny Kalp When the Wine Begins to Sour by Matt Kolbet Stranger Nights by Jacob Lambert Masquerade by Patrick MacAdoo Remembering Natalia by James Park Mr. Cool’s Final Halloween by Jay Seate A Night Behind Bars by DJ Tyrer Stingy Jack and the Boys by Kevin Wetmore Home for Halloween by Kelli A. Wilkins Halloween Bully by Edward M Wolfe



Moon Shadow

Moon Shadow Author Joe Barfield
ISBN-10 9780595273935
Release 2004-03
Pages 482
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Could this work of fiction be a prediction of the future? What if the actions of President Bush actually enabled the enemies of the United States to destroy her? What if U.S. military strength wasn't enough to hold her enemies back? What if the fears were reality and the United States truly wasn't safe from invasion? The U.S. top-secret Aurora Project consists of modified SR-71 aircraft that can fly directly into space at a speed of Mach 25 and dock with the space station Starburst. But before the Aurora project can be finished, the United States is invaded. Trapped behind enemy lines, a handful of America's best jet pilots, led by ace Beau Gex, discover a dozen old World War II aircraft that they can use in guerrilla-type warfare against the invaders-their enemy. But when the invaders find one of the SR-71 Blackbirds-and intend to use it to destroy the space station, Starburst-Beau and his men are forced to fly one last deadly mission. And now America's future depends on Beau, its best pilot, defeating an F-14 at night, but all he has on his side is an antiquated P-51 Mustang and an old Indian Legend, Moon Shadow.



Moonshadows

Moonshadows Author Robert B. Gregg
ISBN-10 1511416246
Release 2016-12-20
Pages 156
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Live the adventure. "Moonshadows" is the story of five Iraq War veterans who take a fly-in fishing trip to a remote area of Northern Canada to help heal old wounds left from the war. During this escape from civilization, and under the tutelage of their Indian guide, they are forced to survive a disaster and overcome what looks like an impossible situation. Following a whitewater accident in which one of the expedition dies and another is seriously hurt, and trapped in a setting where there is no escape, the men must rely on one another once more to combat unsuspected evil in an impossible situation where only the most cunning will survive.. The story is an outdoor/adventure/thriller along the lines of "Deliverance" and "The Edge." The story is realistic and the characters colorful. The timeline is now. The theme is the violence of nature and the violence of men. Moonshadows is about camaraderie, fun, fellowship and survival. It is the ultimate good versus evil. In the end it comes down to men hunting men. The visuals are highlighted by fantastic scenery. The sounds include wolves howling at night, and the roar of whitewater rapids. The story's twists and turns surprise often. The action is relentless. The reader will become one with the group of adventurers as they fly into the wilderness, see the beauty, feel the power and wrath of nature, and confront the evil of men.



Wight Moon Shadows from the Past

Wight Moon  Shadows from the Past Author Elaine Ann Berry
ISBN-10 9781471628368
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Moon Shadows on the Water

Moon Shadows on the Water Author Aurelio S. Alvero
ISBN-10 OCLC:63843157
Release 1950
Pages 183
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Wolf Moon from Moon Shadows

Wolf Moon from Moon Shadows Author Nora Roberts
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Release 2011-04-06
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"Simone was a young girl hiking in Italy when she is attacked by a werewolf. Since then she has been living as a recluse and trying to find a cure for her condition. Her only companion is her dog. When Simone takes her dog to the vet, she learns the vet is a new guy, and she immediately falls in love. This presents a problem because she's a werewolf and no one else knows. She finally tells him, and together they set out to find a cure for her disease, even though the cure may kill her instead. They spend hours together in the lab trying to find a cure with herbs and poisons and modern medicine."



Moon Shadows

Moon Shadows Author P. M. J. Downing
ISBN-10 9781487401856
Release 2015-02-17
Pages 77
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It is Agent Childs first solo mission following her training and she is eager to prove herself and bring her dead partner's killer to justice, or to 'take him out', as Braithwaite had put it. Her investigation takes her to the university city of Oxford where she meets Max Harris, a student who is irrepressibly eager to help Childs in her quest. In spite of her misgivings, she allows Max to follow in her investigations, which leads the unlikely pair to the spa town of Cheltenham in Gloucestershire. Childs is captured by Anton Jacobs, a notorious contract killer who begins a devious style of torture, not to gain information, but for his own sadistic pleasure. Can Max, an untrained student, go up against a professional killer and rescue Childs before she is murdered?