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STAR TREK -  Where Sea meets Sky - Oltion Jerry
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Collins, Great Britain, 2003. Reprint. Paperback. Good. 531 pages. Multiple copies of this title available. Covers have superficial rubbing/wear. Edges of covers have superficial wear. Spine has minor lean and moderate reading creases. Pages are lightly tanned. Coming to terms over her breakup with criminal profiler Dr. Tony Hill, Chief Inspector Carol Jordan plunges into a risky undercover sting: track down a European drug trafficker and gain his confidence. But she's being tracked as well-by a serial killer whose psychosexual madness is born out of the darkest corners of history. In quiet isolation, Tony Hill is laying to rest the scars of his past-until he's recruited back into business on a case he can't ignore. An evil is striking uncomfortably close to home, and casting a killer shadow over the life of his long-time colleague and sometimes lover. As the danger closes in, and as Tony and Carol cross paths to navigate the terrain of a shattered human mind, they have no one left to trust but themselves-and fear that there's no place left to run as a killer promises to fulfill his most twisted dreams. Deftly merging the dark terrain of forensic psychology with the brooding, crime-streaked world of post-Cold War Europe, Val McDermid's "The Last Temptation "is an unrivaled tour de force that takes Tony Hill further into the mind of a killer than he's ever dared to go before. Quantity Available: 2. Category: Fiction; Crime; ISBN: 0007768540. ISBN/EAN: 9780007768547. Inventory No: 18040139.. 9780007768547, Collins, 2003, DAW Books, USA, 1991. First Edition. Paperback. Good. 348 pages. Covers have light creasing and superficial rubbing/wear. Edges of covers have moderate wear. Spine has moderate reading creases. Pages are reasonably tanned. From the acclaimed author of The Sand Wars comes the tale of the alien pilot Palaton, who possesses the rare ability to navigate tha Patterns of Chaos, and Ran--the young Earth human with whom Palaton has linked minds--who must struggle together to avert civil war on Palaton's home planet, if they are to stand a chance of surviving the chaos to come. Sequel to Radius of Doubt. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy; ISBN: 0886775221. ISBN/EAN: 9780886775223. Inventory No: 16120159.. 9780886775223, DAW Books, 1991, Picador, London, 2011. Reprint. Original Wrappers. New/No Dustjacket. 260 pages. New How does the brain perceive and interpret information from the eye? And what happens when the process is disrupted? In The Mind_'s Eye, Oliver Sacks tells the stories of people who are able to navigate the world and communicate with others despite losing what many of us consider indispensable senses and abilities: the capacity to recognize faces, the sense of three-dimensional space, the ability to read, the sense of sight. For all of these people, the challenge is to adapt to a radically new way of being in the world __ and The Mind_'s Eye is testament to the myriad ways that we, as humans, are capable of rising to this challenge. Size: Octavo. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 250 grams. Category: Medicine; Essays; History of Science & Medicine; Britain; Modern; 260. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 021482. ., Picador, 2011, Jaico Publishing House, 2009. Softcover. New. In this book, Ervin Laszlo presents a new “reality map” to guide us through the world shifts we are experiencing – the problems, opportunities, and challenges we face individually as well as collectively – in order to help us understand what we must do during this time of great transition. Science’s cutting edge now views reality as broader, as multiple universes arising in a possibly infinite meta-universe, as well as deeper, extending into dimensions at the subatomic level. Laszlo shows that aspects of human experience that had previously been consigned to the domain of intuition and speculation are now being explored with scientific rigor and urgency. There has been a shift in the materialistic scientific view of reality toward the multidimensional worldview of multiple interconnected realities long known by the world’s great spiritual traditions. By understanding the interconnectedness of our changing world as well as our changing “map” of the world, we can navigate with insight, wisdom, and confidence. Printed Pages: 192., Jaico Publishing House, 2009, Jaico Publishing House, 2009. Softcover. New. In this book, Ervin Laszlo presents a new “reality map” to guide us through the world shifts we are experiencing – the problems, opportunities, and challenges we face individually as well as collectively – in order to help us understand what we must do during this time of great transition. Science’s cutting edge now views reality as broader, as multiple universes arising in a possibly infinite meta-universe, as well as deeper, extending into dimensions at the subatomic level. Laszlo shows that aspects of human experience that had previously been consigned to the domain of intuition and speculation are now being explored with scientific rigor and urgency. There has been a shift in the materialistic scientific view of reality toward the multidimensional worldview of multiple interconnected realities long known by the world’s great spiritual traditions. By understanding the interconnectedness of our changing world as well as our changing “map” of the world, we can navigate with insight, wisdom, and confidence. Printed Pages: 192., Jaico Publishing House, 2009, Jaico Publishing House, 2009. Softcover. New. In this book, Ervin Laszlo presents a new “reality map” to guide us through the world shifts we are experiencing – the problems, opportunities, and challenges we face individually as well as collectively – in order to help us understand what we must do during this time of great transition. Science’s cutting edge now views reality as broader, as multiple universes arising in a possibly infinite meta-universe, as well as deeper, extending into dimensions at the subatomic level. Laszlo shows that aspects of human experience that had previously been consigned to the domain of intuition and speculation are now being explored with scientific rigor and urgency. There has been a shift in the materialistic scientific view of reality toward the multidimensional worldview of multiple interconnected realities long known by the world’s great spiritual traditions. By understanding the interconnectedness of our changing world as well as our changing “map” of the world, we can navigate with insight, wisdom, and confidence. Printed Pages: 192., Jaico Publishing House, 2009, National Association of Church Personnel Administrators, 1994. Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. Very Good Condition: Unmarked. Tight binding. Minor cover wear. Used soft cover pamphlet copy of The Individual and the Institution: Strengthening Working Relationships in the Church. A position paper of the National Association of Church Personnel Administrators, Cincinnati, OH. Just treatment for those who work for the church. Navigating the world of HR from the Catholic perspective. Approved by the Board of Directors, August 1994. 52 pages. 5.5 x 8.5 inches, 22 cm. Accurately described because we look! Out the door in 24! (except Sunday & Postal Holidays), National Association of Church Personnel Administrators, 1994, Winner of the Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books 2012, the world's leading prize for popular science writing.We live in the information age. But every era of history has had its own information revolution: the invention of writing, the composition of dictionaries, the creation of the charts that made navigation possible, the discovery of the electronic signal, the cracking of the genetic code.In The Information James Gleick tells the story of how human beings use, transmit and keep what they know. From African talking drums to Wikipedia, from Morse code to the bit, it is a fascinating account of the modern ages defining idea and a brilliant exploration of how information has revolutionised our lives., Fourth Estate, Paperback Publisher: Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group; (December 1, 1982) ISBN: 0671441299 Has a small crease on back cover corner, otherwise very good condition.. Very Good., New Delhi, India: Niyogi Books, 2017. First Edition. Hardcover. New/New. Across lives, cities, and continents, melancholy and its tentacles inhabit spaces that are often left unexplored. Through ten stories and ten main protagonists, this book paints a portrait of the universal emotion that strikes the deepest and lingers the longest-sorrow.A nuanced narrative of the eternal human existence, this collection embraces light, laughter, hope, and that silently pulsating craving called love, delivering a communal meditation on mortal failings and human persistence.The stories traverse the length and breadth of the world picking up a train of melody from the sonorous sound of the Bosphorus to the resounding refrain of the Qawwali, from the quiet streets of Isfahan to a crowded city in Japan, from two lovers fraught with desire in Bombay to one man's spiritual awakening in Lebanon. Each story, mired by the undercurrent of simple occurrences and profound epiphanies, also forms an unwitting part of a Sufi's journey as he navigates the world in his mystic inquiry of the unknown. Printed Pages: 254., Niyogi Books, 2017, New Delhi, India: Niyogi Books, 2017. First Edition. Hardcover. New/New. Across lives, cities, and continents, melancholy and its tentacles inhabit spaces that are often left unexplored. Through ten stories and ten main protagonists, this book paints a portrait of the universal emotion that strikes the deepest and lingers the longest-sorrow.A nuanced narrative of the eternal human existence, this collection embraces light, laughter, hope, and that silently pulsating craving called love, delivering a communal meditation on mortal failings and human persistence.The stories traverse the length and breadth of the world picking up a train of melody from the sonorous sound of the Bosphorus to the resounding refrain of the Qawwali, from the quiet streets of Isfahan to a crowded city in Japan, from two lovers fraught with desire in Bombay to one man's spiritual awakening in Lebanon. Each story, mired by the undercurrent of simple occurrences and profound epiphanies, also forms an unwitting part of a Sufi's journey as he navigates the world in his mystic inquiry of the unknown. Printed Pages: 254., Niyogi Books, 2017, Sterling, 2007-07-01. Hardcover. Very Good., Sterling, 2007-07-01, Simon and Schuster, 1981. Trade paperback in very good condition.. Soft cover. Very Good., Simon and Schuster, 1981, New York: Vintage. Fine 2001. Paperback. Fine 1st qual softcov ed; not written-in, discard or clearance. Usually mail within 12 hours. U. S. News & World ReportSkeptical, but never cynical, Sherrill chronicles the bizarre but true ascent of Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo (née Catherine Burroughs) from ordinary woman to reborn Tibetan Lama in a Virginia monastary. This intimate portrait skillfully navigates the tension between the trendiness of all things Tibetan & the sincere devotion of American acolytes. What People Are Saying Fabulous. In a single volume, Sherrill provides a road map to modern spirituality, highlighting its immense perils while seeing its possibilities. With deep, often profound human understanding, she goes to the heart of American Buddhism, taking the reader on a surprising, literate, & frequently chilling journey. Sherrill retains her reporter's tough-mindedness & distance, but dares to skate unsettlingly close to her subject. The style remind me of detective Philip Marlowe on the case with all the old frankness, intima; 0.92 x 7.98 x 5.20; 432 pages ., Vintage, 2001, London: Secker & Warburg Ltd. Very Good/Very Good. 1975. First Edition (omnibus) edition. Hard Cover. 8vo 0436520486 Dust jacket price clipped. Original cloth boards with bright gilt titling on spine, bump, wear to edges. No ownership marks. Plates. ix (3) 288 pages. A few light spots to edges. Product Dimensions: 23.2 x 16.4 x 3 cm. Clean and tight. The vision was clear: a trading route across the top of the world, a shipping lane north of America to the fabulous riches of Cathay. The way was unknown, unmapped, and its defences were formidable. But for centuries men were to argue, to search, to suffer and to die in the attempt to trace this route that was known only as an idea, a mythology, a potent name: the North-West Passage. The search led them into unsuspected terrors, into seas and lands of a hostility beyond belief. Seas in which mountains of ice swung irresistibly; shores where towering cliffs of ice could entomb men and ships in their sudden thunderous collapse; lands so barren that it seemed nothing could endure but perpetual ice itself. But men did endure. The hardships were awesome. Expeditions whose vessels lay splintered fought their way back overland, scraping meagre lichen from the snowbound rocks, chewing leather, fighting the beasts for carrion, surviving in cold so extreme that axe-heads shattered on trees frozen to granite. Against the elements at their most vicious they pitted human endurance and a ruthless ingenuity. In the teeth of disaster the search went on. George Malcolm Thomson tells the story of that search, from the birth of the idea to the final unexpected triumph. It is a panorama that encompasses five centuries, that links immortal names-Cabot, Frobisher, Hudson, Ross, Champlain, Franklin, Parry, Amundsen-in a saga of unequalled endurance. It is a story of feats of navigation, of exploration, of speculation, of heroism, of greed, of survival. But above all it is the story of an idea that possessed the mind of man and outlived all the tragedies, the torments and the ironies of the long quest. ., Secker & Warburg Ltd, 1975, (London: Collins & British Broadcasting Corporation, 1982) 0002195453. 4to; original grey boards, lettered in silver gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 158, incl. index; maps; plates, several of which in full colour. Dustwrapper slightly curled and sunned; bookplate to front pastedown; light spotting to top edge. Very good condition. "South America is a continent of violent extremes, dominated by the world's longest, most spectacular, mountain chain, the Andes. It holds the world's driest desert, most massive water system, highest navigable lake. . . . It is a land of ice and fire, where a glacier thundering into the ocean is surrounded by tropical forest alive with humming-birds. It takes courage, persistence and inspiration to capture on film this vast kaleidoscope of raw Nature. Michael Andrews resolved for the BBC TV Natural History Unit to do just this, meeting the challenge of the continent of superlatives by making the most comprehensive and wide-ranging filmic exploration of the Andes to date. In this book, based on that series, Michael Andrews describes in vivid detail the landscape and ecology, the flora and fauna. He also gives us the human drama behind an expedition of this kind, making The Flight of the Condor an exciting adventure story." ., (London: Collins & British Broadcasting Corporation, 1982) 0002195453, Llewellyn Publications. PAPERBACK. 0738734969 Like New. Clean, Tight and Neat. Five star seller - Buy with confidence! . Fine., Llewellyn Publications, Collins, Great Britain, 2011. Reprint. Paperback. Good. 0.315. Small surface tear on front cover. Covers have moderate creasing. Edges of covers have superficial wear. Spine is uncreased. Pages are clean and unmarked and in excellent condition. Coming to terms over her breakup with criminal profiler Dr. Tony Hill, Chief Inspector Carol Jordan plunges into a risky undercover sting: track down a European drug trafficker and gain his confidence. But she's being tracked as well-by a serial killer whose psychosexual madness is born out of the darkest corners of history. In quiet isolation, Tony Hill is laying to rest the scars of his past-until he's recruited back into business on a case he can't ignore. An evil is striking uncomfortably close to home, and casting a killer shadow over the life of his long-time colleague and sometimes lover. As the danger closes in, and as Tony and Carol cross paths to navigate the terrain of a shattered human mind, they have no one left to trust but themselves-and fear that there's no place left to run as a killer promises to fulfill his most twisted dreams. Deftly merging the dark terrain of forensic psychology with the brooding, crime-streaked world of post-Cold War Europe, Val McDermid's "The Last Temptation "is an unrivaled tour de force that takes Tony Hill further into the mind of a killer than he's ever dared to go before. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Fiction; Crime; ISBN/EAN: 9780007905928. Inventory No: 18040138.. 9780007905928, Collins, 2011, Pocket Books, 1998. 1st printing. Throughout the Star Trek: New Frontier saga, Mark McHenry, the navigator on the USS Excalibur, has demonstrated abilities beyond those of the somewhat odd human being he appears to be.. Paperback. near fine paperback., Pocket Books, 1998

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Star Trek: The Captain's Table #6: Christopher Pike: Where Sea Meets Sky - Oltion, Jerry
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Chapter 1 Evening painted the sky orange, and a chill wind off the bay made Christopher Pike shiver as he walked along San Francisco's waterfront. Red and yellow leaves swirled in the air and danced around the other pedestrians on the street. Coming toward him, a young couple struggled to keep control of both their hovercart full of baggage and their exuberant four- or five-year-old son, who called out happily as he passed, "Were going to Affa Centauri!" "That's nice," said Pike, who had often traveled to Alpha Centauri and beyond. During his ten years as captain of the Enterprise he had gone many places indeed, most of them far more distant -- and far more exotic -- than Sol's nearest neighbor. History moves in cycles, he thought as the family swept past. The street on which he walked had once been named the Embarcadero because it ran along the wharves, and it was from the wharves that people embarked on sailing ships in their travels around the world. When the age of ships had given way to the age of the airplane, the street had become a commercial center, full of warehouses at one end and tourist shops at the other, but nobody had set out on long journeys from there. Then had come space travel and the need for a good place to launch and land passenger ships. The airport was already too busy, and acreage elsewhere was at a premium for living space, so the fledgling industry had turned to the last open space near the sprawling city: the Bay. Now, four centuries after the Embarcadero's genesis, the same street was once again busy with travelers. They were boarding shuttles to take them into orbit rather than wooden ships that plied the ocean, but the spectacle of families struggling with overpacked bags looked the same no matter where they were headed. Pike wished them all well, but he was glad to be on solid ground again. He'd done his time in space, and now he was putting that experience to use as fleet captain, assigned to Starfleet Headquarters right here on good old Mother Earth. He had the best of both worlds: an adventurous past and a position of responsibility on his own home planet. So why did he feel so unfulfilled? He'd been telling himself for the last year or so that he was just growing restless. It had been five years since he'd brought the Enterprise back home for refitting and renovation. He'd originally thought he would resume the conn when the ship was ready to fly again, but it had taken two years to replace all the worn and outdated machinery on board and to increase the crew compliment from 203 to 430, and by then Starfleet had already promoted him out of the job and given it to James Kirk. Pike didn't begrudge him the post; Kirk was a good officer, if a bit impulsive. He would do well if he didn't get himself killed in some defiant act of bravado. And Pike had come to enjoy his new position, but he had to admit he sometimes missed the thrill of facing the unknown. Not very often, though. That thrill us Fiction Fiction eBook, Pocket Books/Star Trek

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Where Sea Meets Sky

1998 - Pocket Books - Paperback - First Edition - Star Trek - The Captain's Table (Book 6 of 6) - Where Sea Meets Sky - Christopher Pike told in his own words! - Recorded by Jerry Oltion - Captain Pike braves uncharted dangers! - Out of Print - Store Display Copy - Has been examined and perused but never read - Wonderful addition to your Star Trek library - New - Limited Edition - Collectible

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780671024000
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0671024000
Hardcover
Paperback
Publishing year: 1998
Publisher: POCKET BOOKS
288 Pages
Weight: 0,150 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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