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Seventeen by Suzanne Lowe Book Summary:

Imagine a world where everything you grew up with is gone. No TV, no internet, no shopping centres... and no adults. When a catastrophic virus kills everyone above the age of seventeen, life on Earth becomes a battle for survival. As the virus hits Australia, sisters Lexi and Hadley find themselves alone and vulnerable. With the increasing threat, they no longer feel safe in their home and flee the city in search of a safe place to live. Seeking sanctuary, the girls head to the small town of Jasper’s Bay, in the Western Australian countryside. They soon discover that the quiet town is not as peaceful as it first seemed. The girls are thrown into a bitter conflict, leading to mistrust, betrayal and murder. In a world without adults and without rules, they must decide who they can trust... before it is too late. Praise for SEVENTEEN: "This novel surprises me with its unforeseen twists of faith and a thrilling plot that keeps you on the edge of your seat. A definite must read that will keep you up all night." - Rebecca, Amazon review "...a science fiction novel that will grab you by your imagination and heart" - Brian, Amazon review

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Seventeen by Booth Tarkington Book Summary:

Newton Booth Tarkington (July 29, 1869 – May 19, 1946) was an American novelist and dramatist best known for his novels The Magnificent Ambersons and Alice Adams. He is one of only three novelists to win the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction more than once, along with William Faulkner and John Updike.

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Excerpt: ... Well, so I was on my way there, but I just noticed I only got about six minutes more to get to a mighty important engagement I got this morning, and I'd like to leave it here and come by and get it on my way home, this evening." "Sure," said the clerk. "Hang it on that hook inside the p'scription-counter. There's one there already, b'longs to your friend, that young Bullitt fella. He was in here awhile ago and said he wanted to leave his because he didn't have time to take it to be pressed in time for next winter. Then he went on and joined that crowd in Mr. Parcher's yard, around the corner, that's goin' on a trolley-party. I says, 'I betcher mother maje carry it,' and he says, 'Oh no. Oh no,' he says. 'Honest, I was goin' to get it pressed!' You can hang yours on the same nail." The clerk spoke no more, and went to serve another customer, while William stared after him a little uneasily. It seemed that here was a man of suspicious nature, though, of course, Joe Bullitt's shallow talk about getting an overcoat pressed before winter would not have imposed upon anybody. However, William felt strongly that the private life of the customers of a store should not be pried into and speculated about by employees, and he was conscious of a distaste for this clerk. Nevertheless, it was with a lighter heart that he left his overcoat behind him and stepped out of the side door of the drug-store. That brought him within sight of the gaily dressed young people, about thirty in number, gathered upon the small lawn beside Mr. Parcher's house. Miss Pratt stood among them, in heliotrope and white, Flopit nestling in her arms. She was encircled by girls who were enthusiastically caressing the bored and blinking Flopit; and when William beheld this charming group, his breath became eccentric, his knee-caps became cold and convulsive, his neck became hot, and he broke into a light perspiration. She saw him! The small blonde head and the delirious little fluffy hat...

Seventeen

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Seventeen by Suzanne Lowe Book Summary:

Imagine a world where everything you grew up with is gone.No TV, no internet, no shopping centers - and no adults. After a catastrophic virus kills everyone above the age of seventeen, life on Earth becomes a battle for survival.As the virus hits Australia, sisters Lexi and Hadley find themselves alone and vulnerable. No longer safe in their home, they flee the city in search of a better place to live. Seeking sanctuary, the girls head to the small town of Jasper’s Bay, in the Western Australian countryside.But the quiet town is not as peaceful as it first seemed. Thrown into a bitter conflict that leads to betrayal and murder, they need to learn how to live in a world without adults, and without rules.But who can they trust?2018 New Apple Literary Awards - YA Sci-Fi / Horror Solo Medalist WinnerPraise for Seventeen:"This novel surprises me with its unforeseen twists of faith and a thrilling plot that keeps you on the edge of your seat. A definite must read that will keep you up all night." - Rebecca, Amazon review"...a science fiction novel that will grab you by your imagination and heart" - Brian, Amazon review

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Seventeen by Per Nilsson Book Summary:

Seventeen-year-old Jonatan ends up in the emergency room, where many secrets are revealed. His dad, sitting with him, starts relating all the things he should have told Jonatan a long time ago: about his own time as a seventeen-year-old hippie in the early 1970s, about how he met the rebellious girl who would become Jonatan's mother, and about the catastrophe that prevented Jonatan from seeing his dad for eleven years. Several other people also have their say, with completely different stories. It all seems to be about Jonatan, about who he is and how he became the person he is. But has he heared anything that has been said, and why is he lying here?

The Seventeen Second Miracle

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The Seventeen Second Miracle by Jason F. Wright Book Summary:

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Wednesday Letters and The Cross Gardener, a story of small kindnesses-and life-changing miracles. Seventeen seconds can change a life forever. This is what Rex Connor learned on a gorgeous summer afternoon in 1970 when, as a lifeguard, he diverted his gaze for seventeen seconds and tragedy occurred. Forty years later the waves of that day still ripple through the lives of countless people, including his son, Cole. Cole Connor has become a patient teacher, and now he has invited three struggling teenagers to visit him on his front porch to learn about Rex Connor-and the Seventeen Second Miracle. Together they will learn how Rex Connor could have allowed seventeen seconds to destroy him, but instead he chose to live every day believing the smallest of acts could change the world for good. And the students, each with their own secrets and private pains, will begin to understand that even tragedy brings lessons. Even pain brings comfort. Even death brings miracles. A seventeen second miracle can change a life-if you let it.

Suite Seventeen: Black Lace Classics

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Suite Seventeen: Black Lace Classics by Da Costa Portia Book Summary:

The Waverley Grange Country Hotel: where even the most innocent can submit to their deepest desires…After spying her neighbours having a kinky rendez-vous in their back garden, Annie Conroy is intrigued, and decides to check in to the hotel well known for its erotic and alluring guests. Under the stern but playful eye of exotic Master Valentino, Annie quickly discovers the hidden depths of her own sensuality, and surrenders herself to his power games. But dare she give her heart to a man who only answers to ‘Master’…?Give in to temptation with Suite Seventeen, an erotic romance from Portia Da Costa, the Sunday Times bestselling author of In Too Deep

Stuck in the Middle: Seventeen Comics from an Unpleasant Age

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Stuck in the Middle: Seventeen Comics from an Unpleasant Age Book Summary:

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. A very unscientific poll recently revealed that 99.9% of all people who attended middle school hated it. Fortunately, some of those people have grown up to be clever and talented comic artists.

Chasing Icarus: The Seventeen Days in 1910 That Forever Changed American Aviation

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Chasing Icarus: The Seventeen Days in 1910 That Forever Changed American Aviation by Gavin Mortimer Book Summary:

A dramatic chronicle of a pivotal moment in the history of aviation. By 1910―seven years after the Wright brothers first lifted a plane off the ground at Kitty Hawk―America and the world were transfixed by the danger and challenge of mastering the air. Yet which form of flight would predominate was far from clear―dirigibles, balloons, and airplanes all had their passionate advocates. Emblematic of this uncertainty, the precursor of the U .S. Air Force owned one plane and two dirigibles. During the seventeen days in October 1910 that Gavin Mortimer vividly recounts in Chasing Icarus, the question of primacy in the air was on full display, after which the future of aviation was never in doubt. The great dirigible America, captained by Walter Wellman, lifted off from New Jersey and for several turbulent days attempted to be the first flying machine to cross the Atlantic. From St. Louis, ballooning teams from around the world took off in pursuit of the Gordon Bennett I nternational Balloon Cup, given to the team that traveled the farthest distance, with a denouement featuring Americans Alan Hawley and Augustus Post that would stun the country. And at the famed racetrack at Belmont Park, New Y ork, huge crowds gathered to watch airplane pilots race above the oval and attempt to set speed, altitude, and distance records. Newspapers everywhere, even in the smallest of towns, made headlines of the results, and the public treated all aviators as matinee idols. Interweaving the dramatic narratives of these three astonishing events, bringing to life powerful personalities (the ruthlessly competitive Wright brothers, the debonair Englishman Claude Grahame-White, the ultra-confident John Moisant), Gavin Mortimer reveals the pioneers of flight as fitting descendants of the legendary Icarus, risking all in pursuit of glory. Chasing Icarus captures both a pivotal moment in the history of aviation and the end of the gilded era that would soon descend into the devastation of World War I ; indeed, within four years dogfights over France had replaced air shows.

The Christy Miller Collection, Vol. 3: True Friends / Starry Night / Seventeen Wishes (Books 7-9)

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The Christy Miller Collection, Vol. 3: True Friends / Starry Night / Seventeen Wishes (Books 7-9) by Robin Jones Gunn Book Summary:

The first nine books in the popular Christy Miller series are now available in three treasured volumes! Bestselling author Robin Jones Gunn packs each one with enough action, romance, and drama to keep you reading and wanting more. It all starts the summer Christy vacations on a California beach and meets two friends who change her life forever. But after moving across the country with her family, Christy must begin her sophomore year of high school uncertain where she’ll fit in. A red-headed new best friend, a try at cheerleading, a job at a pet store, and expectations for the prom fill Christy’s high school years with a string of laughter-and-tears moments. Fireball Katie keeps everyone guessing what she’ll do next, and surfer Todd keeps showing up while popular Rick has determined to get her full attention! As these memorable years unfold, Christy and her God-loving friends find out what it means to be a “peculiar treasure.” Follow Christy Miller as she stays true to her identity in Christ, drawing closer to God for help in realizing her dreams and dealing with her disappointments. Whether you’re meeting her for the first time or have known her for years— Christy Is a Forever Friend True Friends What is a true friend? Christy Miller knows she has two of them: Todd and Katie. To show how much she appreciates them, she writes to Todd, who’s off surfing in Hawaii, and she agrees to join the ski club with Katie…even though she’s scared of skiing! Fortunately, Christy and Katie can laugh as they bumble their way around the bunny slopes at Lake Tahoe. But Christy finds herself caught between new friends and her loyalty to Katie. Will Christy find a way to be a true friend when it counts most? And will she ever hear from Todd? Starry Night It’s Christmastime, and Christy Miller has so much going on: family time, work, and maybe, just maybe, going to the Rose Bowl Parade with a bunch of friends. If only she could answer Uncle Bob’s tough questions. Todd’s buddy Doug gives her some insight, and she starts to appreciate him in a whole new way. Rick Doyle shows up again...but is he pursuing Christy or the cutest elf at the mall? Through it all, will Christy find someone special to count the stars with? Seventeen Wishes It’s summer, and that means the beach and other adventures. And Christy Miller’s best friend, Katie, is always full of ideas. They’ll be camp counselors! But when Katie can’t go, Christy is bewildered and overwhelmed by her fifth-grade girls, who have boundless energy for anything except what Christy wants them to do. Do they even hear a word she says? Soon they’re playing matchmaker between Christy and Jaeson, a handsome counselor...and he doesn’t seem to mind. When Christy’s seventeenth birthday arrives later in the summer, just what will she be wishing for? Story Behind the Book“The Christy Miller series was actually born when a group of thirteen-year-olds challenged me to write a novel. I’d been questioning the content of their favorite books when they said, ‘Why don’t you write a book for us?’ I told them no, I only wrote picture books. But they persisted: ‘How hard could it be? We’ll even tell you what to write! We want a love story with teenagers at the beach.’ And there you go. Summer Promise first released seventeen years ago and is now translated into five languages. I continue to hear from readers all over the world, many girls saying that they gave their life to Christ after reading Summer Promise. I love that!” —Robin Jones Gunn

Martyrs Mirror: The Story of Seventeen Centuries of Christian Martyrdom From the Time of Christ to A.D. 1660

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Martyrs Mirror: The Story of Seventeen Centuries of Christian Martyrdom From the Time of Christ to A.D. 1660 by Thieleman Van Bragt Book Summary:

Classic graphic accounts of more than 4,000 Christians who endured suffering, torture, and a martyr's death because of their simple faith in the gospel of Christ. Includes more than 50 finely detailed etchings by noted Dutch artist Jan Luyken. Songs, letters, prayers, and confessions appear with the stories of many defenseless Christians who were able to love their enemies and return good for evil.This gigantic book calls believers to follow Jesus in all areas of life, even unto death. Come what may, true Christian commitment demands supreme discipleship and steadfast adherence to the teachings modeled by Jesus and his apostles.Written and published in 1659 by a Dutch Mennonite, Thieleman J. van Braght, to strengthen the faith of his fellow believers, and translated into German in 1748 at the time of the French and Indian War for the same reason. In 1886 Martyrs Mirror was translated into English to challenge generations of Christians in North America.

Martyrs Mirror: The Story of Seventeen Centuries of Christian Martyrdom From the Time of Christ to A.D. 1660

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Martyrs Mirror: The Story of Seventeen Centuries of Christian Martyrdom From the Time of Christ to A.D. 1660 by Thieleman Van Bragt Book Summary:

Martyrs' Mirror or The Bloody Theater, first published in 1660 in Dutch by Thieleman J. van Braght. It is a huge book representing martyred Christians to the present world. Naming over 4000 Christians who simply obeyed the Bible and it's teachings. Thousands of pages filled with stories and letters of Martyrs. This is the first part of Martyrs Mirror.

Martyrs Mirror: The Story of Seventeen Centuries of Christian Martyrdom from the Time of Christ to A.D. 1660

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Martyrs Mirror: The Story of Seventeen Centuries of Christian Martyrdom from the Time of Christ to A.D. 1660 by Thieleman J. Van Braght Book Summary:

This leather-bound gift edition includes a premium bonded burgundy antique leather case embossed with the traditional rose design.Classic graphic accounts of more than 4,000 Christians who endured suffering, torture, and a martyr's death because of their simple faith in the gospel of Christ. Includes more than 50 finely detailed etchings by noted Dutch artist Jan Luyken. Songs, letters, prayers, and confessions appear with the stories of many defenseless Christians who were able to love their enemies and return good for evil.This gigantic book calls believers to follow Jesus in all areas of life, even unto death. Come what may, true Christian commitment demands supreme discipleship and steadfast adherence to the teachings modeled by Jesus and his apostles.Written and published in 1659 by a Dutch Mennonite, Thieleman J. van Braght, to strengthen the faith of his fellow believers, and translated into German in 1748 at the time of the French and Indian War for the same reason. In 1886 Martyrs Mirror was translated into English to challenge generations of Christians in North America.

Fractal Flames White Vertical Collection Volume Seventeen (Fractal Falmes White Vertical Collection Book 17)

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Fractal Flames White Vertical Collection Volume Seventeen (Fractal Falmes White Vertical Collection Book 17) by John Pirillo Book Summary:

When you go to sleep at night or visit a special effects heavy movie, one thing you see a lot of are bursts of color and light. They fascinate us, engage our senses and send shivers up and down our spines.This further collection of fractal flames is yet one more burst of beauty and light, texture and substance that wings its way through our vision in twists of bursting rainbows, shards of broken light that shimmer and shine and such beauty as only happens in the best of our dreams.Over one hundred of these celestial beauties are in this digital edition.

Saints Who Battled Satan: Seventeen Holy Warriors Who Can Teach You How to Fight the Good Fight and Vanquish Your Ancient Enemy

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Saints Who Battled Satan: Seventeen Holy Warriors Who Can Teach You How to Fight the Good Fight and Vanquish Your Ancient Enemy by Paul Thigpen Ph.D. Book Summary:

The war is on. The Devil plots to defeat you. Meet some battle-tested warriors who fight at your side.Satan is real. He’s a formidable foe who wants to snatch us away from God, and the thought of doing battle with him can seem daunting.Even so, the saints who have gone before us have engaged the Devil, armed with the power of Christ … and emerged victorious! These fellow warriors in heaven now fight on our behalf. In Saints Who Battled Satan, Paul Thigpen, author of Manual for Spiritual Warfare, details the heroic combat of 17 saints who defeated the Enemy.In Saints Who Battled Satan, discover:How Satan attacks us through extraordinary assaults and everyday temptations. How these 17 saints used prayer, Scripture, the sacraments, and other spiritual weapons against the Enemy.How the virtues served these saints as combat armor. How these victorious saints now offer their aid to those of us still battling on earth.Read the inspiring and triumphant stories of Padre Pio, Francis of Assisi, Catherine of Siena, Teresa of Avila, John Vianney, and a dozen other saints who battled Satan. You’ll find the strength, the courage, and the faith to win your own war against the Enemy.