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Just My Take On Things Jerry Petermann
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781642546644
41 Encouragements is a fun journey through many topics of the Alternative Health Field. Compiled from 41 newspaper articles and Internet commentaries, here's a look into the human condition, with witty observations and solutions you never have considered. Kick back, be entertained and walk away with a new resolve to Challenger Life Better!
The Collected Short Stories of JW Petermann Jerry Petermann
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ISBN: 9781620303306
The Collected Short Stories of JW Petermann - Volume I is the first in a series of books gathering his works written over the last forty five years. Stories vary from Love, the Macabre, Wonder, Innocence, Injustice, Triumph, Resolution, Sci-Fi and the Human Spirit. An endearing quality of freshness throughout is partly due to the creation process being a snapshot in time. The many genre in this book leads the reader on a roller coaster of emotions, vistas and speculation. Story telling in "the old style" flourishes inside and you may be left with a sense of the ethereal, lurking just around the next corner.
Uni Until Now - The John Cross Chronicle Jerry Petermann
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ISBN: 9781620304556
In this 21st century world, all morality has been set aside to create ever newer and more improved tools of war. Nothing is out of bounds. Life itself is on the drawing board for radical modifications, and it seems there is virtually no thought to the consequences. When do we say that “The Ends DO NOT Justify the Means”? Is there any with such courage? Perhaps, it must ultimately, and sadly, fall to those exploited by this system gone mad. Tomorrow is not here. It will be. Then, we must look back to this time and asked ourselves what did we do “back then” to avert the suffering of so many? Moreover, we will ask, could we have done anything? Is tomorrow merely the inevitable result ...