Rise of the King

Rise of the King Author R.A. Salvatore
ISBN-10 9780786965519
Release 2014-09-30
Pages 368
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In the second book of the Companions Codex, the latest series in R.A. Salvatore’s New York Times best-selling saga of dark elf Drizzt Do’Urden, the orcs of Many Arrows decide to take advantage of the chaos wrought by the Sundering to reignite a blood feud first brought to life in the phenomenal best seller The Thousand Orcs.



Against All Odds

Against All Odds Author Lionel Lindsey
ISBN-10 069246915X
Release 2016-02-07
Pages 298
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Against All Odds: Rise of A king gives a riveting account of Linz and his crew the 4 kings as they navigate their way thru the merciless streets of Pittsburgh, Pa. As they attempt to rise to the top and be seated amongst the steel city's elite players in the game. Although the love of money & it's evil twin power is evident, it's the strong desire of revenge that truly motivates them.



Kamehameha

Kamehameha Author David Eyre
ISBN-10 0873363221
Release 2013-09
Pages 224
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"A work of historical fiction based on Hawaiian sources and years of research. The stories shed new light on Kamehameha's upbringing and his lifelong quest to unify the Hawaiian Islands"--Jacket.



Rise of a King

Rise of a King Author Alan Khan
ISBN-10 9780557177271
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King of the World

King of the World Author David Remnick
ISBN-10 9783492975414
Release 2016-08-01
Pages 512
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Um ein neues Nachwort ergänzt berichtet das Standardwerk "King of the World" vom Leben der Boxlegende: Als Cassius Clay stieg der Junge aus Louisville in den Ring der Welt, als Muhammad Ali wurde er zum bekanntesten Mann des Planeten, ein alles überragender Athlet und Entertainer. Er veränderte die Welt des Sports von Grund auf. Er war ein Spiegel seiner Zeit, ein geniales Großmaul, ein Mythos, Symbolfigur und Leitwolf in den Rassenunruhen der sechziger Jahre. David Remnick zeichnet detailreich, spannend, luzide und elegant das meisterhafte Porträt eines der größten Sportler des 20. Jahrhunderts, der zum Rebellen und Idol, zum King of the World wurde.



The Fall and Rise of Mackenzie King

The Fall and Rise of Mackenzie King Author Fred A. McGregor
ISBN-10 UCAL:B4470304
Release 1962
Pages 358
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The Rise of Female Kings in Europe 1300 1800

The Rise of Female Kings in Europe  1300 1800 Author William Monter
ISBN-10 9780300173277
Release 2012-01-24
Pages 304
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In this lively and pathbreaking book, William Monter sketches Europe's increasing acceptance of autonomous female rulers between the late Middle Ages and the French Revolution. Monter surveys the governmental records of Europe's thirty women monarchs—the famous (Mary Stuart, Elizabeth I, Catherine the Great) as well as the obscure (Charlotte of Cyprus, Isabel Clara Eugenia of the Netherlands)—describing how each of them achieved sovereign authority, wielded it, and (more often than men) abandoned it. Monter argues that Europe's female kings, who ruled by divine right, experienced no significant political opposition despite their gender.



King of the World

King of the World Author David Remnick
ISBN-10 9781447289562
Release 2015-10-08
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With an introduction by Salman Rushdie With a new afterword by the author It was the night of February 25, 1964. A cloud of cigar smoke drifted through the ring lights. Cassius Clay threw punches into the gray floating haze and waited for the bell. When Cassius Clay burst onto the sports scene in the 1950s, he broke the mould. He changed the world of sports and went on to change the world itself: from his early fights as Cassius Clay, the young, wiry man from Louisville, unwilling to play the noble and grateful warrior in a white world, to becoming Muhammad Ali, the voice of black America and the most recognised face on the planet. King of the World is the story of an incredible rise to power, a book of battles fought inside the ring and out. With grace and power, Pulitzer Prize-winning writer David Remnick tells of a transcendent athlete and entertainer, a rapper before rap was born. Ali was a mirror of his era, a dynamic figure in the racial and cultural clashes of his time and King of the World is a classic piece of non-fiction and a book worthy of America's most dynamic modern hero.



The Rise and Fall of Louis Philippe Ex king of the French

The Rise and Fall of Louis Philippe  Ex king of the French Author Benjamin Perley Poore
ISBN-10 HARVARD:32044009918285
Release 1848
Pages 316
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In the Court of the Pear King

In the Court of the Pear King Author Sandy Petrey
ISBN-10 0801443415
Release 2005
Pages 178
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Sandy Petrey explores the factors accounting for such consequential innovations in so short a time, so restricted a space. In Petrey's view, these disparate events betoken a common recognition of society's capacity to make and unmake what it recognizes as real."--Jacket.



The Once and Future King

The Once and Future King Author F. H. Buckley
ISBN-10 9781594037948
Release 2015-06-23
Pages 416
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This remarkable book shatters just about every myth surrounding American government, the Constitution, and the Founding Fathers, and offers the clearest warning about the alarming rise of one-man rule in the age of Obama. Most Americans believe that this country uniquely protects liberty, that it does so because of its Constitution, and that for this our thanks must go to the Founders, at their Convention in Philadelphia in 1787. F. H. Buckley’s book debunks all these myths. America isn’t the freest country around, according to the think tanks that study these things. And it’s not the Constitution that made it free, since parliamentary regimes are generally freer than presidential ones. Finally, what we think of as the Constitution, with its separation of powers, was not what the Founders had in mind. What they expected was a country in which Congress would dominate the government, and in which the president would play a much smaller role. Sadly, that’s not the government we have today. What we have instead is what Buckley calls Crown government: the rule of an all-powerful president. The country began in a revolt against one king, and today we see the dawn of a new kind of monarchy. What we have is what Founder George Mason called an “elective monarchy,” which he thought would be worse than the real thing. Much of this is irreversible. Constitutional amendments to redress the balance of power are extremely unlikely, and most Americans seem to have accepted, and even welcomed, Crown government. The way back lies through Congress, and Buckley suggests feasible reforms that it might adopt, to regain the authority and respect it has squandered.



Hawaii

Hawaii Author Noel J. Kent
ISBN-10 0824815521
Release 1993-01
Pages 231
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Reprint of the Monthly Review edition of 1983, with a new epilogue, and foreword by Dan Boylan. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.



The King s Cardinal

The King s Cardinal Author Peter J Gwyn
ISBN-10 9781446475133
Release 2011-04-30
Pages 688
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Proud, greedy, corrupt and driven by overwhelming personal ambition. Such is the traditional image of Thomas Wolsey, Lord Chancellor, Archbishop of York, Bishop of Winchester, Abbot of St. Albans, Bishop if Tournai and Papal Legate. It is an image which Peter Gwyn examines, challenges and decisively overturns in this remarkable book. From exceedingly humble beginnings Wolsey rose to a pinnacle of power unsurpassed by any other British commoner. Peter Gwyn explores every aspect of the Cardinal's career - not least his relationship with Henry VIII - and sets it firmly in a vividly recreated Tudor world. The Wolsey who emerges is a man of prodigious energy and ability, a tireless dispenser of justice, an enlightened reformer wholly dedicated to his king and country - a man who has been consistently misrepresented and maligned for four-and-a-half centuries.



Rise Of The Snow Queen Book One The Polar Bear King

Rise Of The Snow Queen Book One  The Polar Bear King Author G.W. Mullins
ISBN-10 9781537864082
Release 2017-08-03
Pages 69
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“Rise Of The Snow Queen Book One: The Polar Bear King” the first book from the new “Rise Of The Snow Queen” four part series by author G.W. Mullins. G.W. Mullins has taken timeless folklore and crafted it into a new book series meant for adults. His updated take on the Polar Bear King and Snow Queen pay homage to the stories we all loved as children while making them more adventurous and not always allowing for a “happily ever after” ending. The newly crowned King Valeman refuses to marry an evil witch, who reveals herself to be the infamous Snow Queen. His refusal to align himself with the dark forces causes her to cast an enchantment upon him. Her unbreakable spell changes him beyond belief. “By light one way, by night another. Your form will change you will soon discover. By day a beast of a bear you will be, at night a man while others sleep. To break this spell you much achieve, the love of another while being a beast.” Valeman is transformed into the Polar Bear King and given seven years to find true love or the enchantment will be permanent.



Rise of the Jackal King

Rise of the Jackal King Author Christopher D. Abbott
ISBN-10 9781387237951
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The King s Three Faces

The King s Three Faces Author Brendan McConville
ISBN-10 9780807838860
Release 2012-12-01
Pages 344
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Reinterpreting the first century of American history, Brendan McConville argues that colonial society developed a political culture marked by strong attachment to Great Britain's monarchs. This intense allegiance continued almost until the moment of independence, an event defined by an emotional break with the king. By reading American history forward from the seventeenth century rather than backward from the Revolution, McConville shows that political conflicts long assumed to foreshadow the events of 1776 were in fact fought out by factions who invoked competing visions of the king and appropriated royal rites rather than used abstract republican rights or pro-democratic proclamations. The American Revolution, McConville contends, emerged out of the fissure caused by the unstable mix of affective attachments to the king and a weak imperial government. Sure to provoke debate, The King's Three Faces offers a powerful counterthesis to dominant American historiography.



The Tales of Ollathair Dark King s Rise

The Tales of Ollathair  Dark King s Rise Author Kevin Becker
ISBN-10 9781634486941
Release 2013-08-13
Pages 194
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Set twenty years prior to the events of A Kingdom Divided, an ambitious prince ascends the throne through nefarious means. Once in power, he passes laws to the detriment of all the mages in Ollathair. Meanwhile, not all of the mages are willing to accept such harsh treatment that the throne has ordained. Led by an angry young fire elemental, these youths begin a series of actions that soon collide with the King’s law. The one whose mission it is to contend with the brewing trouble is the newly appointed military commander. Brian Bell is soon faced with the undesirable choice of where to place his loyalties, his king or his friends.