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The Hidden Base

by A.E. Warren
Publisher: Random House
Release Date: 2021-07-01
Genre: Fiction
Pages: 176 pages
ISBN 13: 0877882487
ISBN 10: 9780877882480
Format: PDF, ePUB, MOBI, Audiobooks, Kindle


Synopsis : The Hidden Base written by A.E. Warren, published by Random House which was released on 2021-07-01. Download The Hidden Base Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. She could not remember travelling into Cytosine, but of all the bases, it was the one she had always wanted to visit. Back in Thymine, she had been told that the whole of Cytosine was burrowed into excavated tunnels in the sheer cliff ... -- __________________________________________________ She wants to escape the past. Is she doomed to repeat it? In the spectacular sequel to Subject Twenty-One, Elise and her friends have unearthed the truth that has been kept from them their whole lives and escaped the Museum of Evolution - but at what cost? 'An unputdownable exploration into the ethics of science' Buzz Magazine After a perilous escape, Elise and her companions have made it to the safety of the secret fifth base, Uracil, but her family is still in danger. Desperate to secure them passage and a safe place to live, she makes a deal with the leaders of Uracil - she'll become their spy, jeopardising her own freedom in the process. But first she has to help rescue the next Neanderthal, Subject Twenty-Two. Twenty-Two has never left the confines of the steel walls that keep her separated from the other exhibits. She has no contact with the outside world and no way of knowing why she has been abandoned. With diminishing deliveries of food and water, she has to start breaking the museum's rules if she wants a second chance at living. One belongs to the future and the other to the past, but both will need to adapt - or neither will survive . . . __________________________________________________ PRAISE FOR THE TOMORROW'S ANCESTORS SERIES 'A stonking good sci-fi & coming-of-age story all wrapped into one . . . a book that tackles humanity, hardship, and classism at the deepest level.' Magic Radio Book Club Incredible . . . without a doubt one of the best YA sci-fi books I've ever read' Out and About Books 'Instantly engaging . . . widens out from a tale of a girl trying to find her own identity to a broader story encompassing an entire population's burden of oppression, and the desire for freedom' Track of Words 'One of the rare debuts that are really five star reads. Subject Twenty One grabbed me instantly and I couldn't put it down' Dom Reads __________________________________________________ Make sure you've read the whole series! 1. Subject Twenty-One 2. The Fifth Base 3. The Fourth Species

Antarctica and the Secret Space Program
Language: en
Pages: 387
Authors: David Childress
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-05-20 - Publisher: SCB Distributors

David Childress, popular author and star of the History Channel show Ancient Aliens, brings us the incredible tale of Nazi submarines and secret weapons in Antarctica and elsewhere. He looks into the strange life and death of Rudolf Hess, as well as the mystery of James Forrestal and the secret group called MJ-12. He examines Operation Highjump led by Admiral Richard Byrd in 1947 and the battle that he apparently had in Antarctica with flying saucers. Through “Operation Paperclip,” the Nazis infiltrated aerospace companies, banking, media, and the US government, including NASA and the CIA after WWII. He reveals that the Nazis had built secret bases in a variety of places during WWII, including Greenland, the Canary Islands, Tibet and Antarctica. Childress discusses the secret U-boat fleet that patrolled the Atlantic and Antarctic Oceans for decades after the war. He looks into the secret German space program and its flying disks and tubular aircraft; the secret technology involved, including anti-gravity propulsion technology; underground and under ice bases; strange things happening in South America; and secret bases on the Moon and Mars. Childress looks at the possible merger of Nazi assets in Antarctic with the Americans’ and the use of Antarctica as a space base for traffic to secret space stations in orbit and below the surface of the Moon. The author looks at military space programs such as Solar Warden, Lunex and Project Horizon. Does the US Space Force have a secret space program that maintains huge ships in orbit around the Earth and employs hundreds of astronauts as crew for these vehicles? Includes a 16-page color section.
James and the Hidden Island of Pangenia
Language: en
Pages: 654
Authors: Jason Lee Purvis
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-11-06 - Publisher: AuthorHouse

Anaptra dreamt. Not the kind of dreams you would expect a fourteen-year-old girl would have, even one that had seen the end of the world. No, Anaptras dreams were more like visions, almost memories. She saw a small boy surviving alone in the desolate streets of Hong Kong, forced to run with pack-dogs, the dominant species in the area. Now all the humans were gone. She saw another boy, around her own age, who lived in an ancient volcano on a hidden island and whose best friends were creatures she knew only existed in fairytales and fantasy games. These boys were like her, special, gifted. They were the future. She had wandered Africa for the seven years since the war. Her father was the only other human she knew, and her best friend was a juvenile cheetah, but that was all about to change. Today she would meet Ivan, the leader of the resistance and the person who would bring her dreams crashing into her reality.
Heroes, Monsters and Values
Language: en
Pages: 210
Authors: Michael Berman, Rohit Dalvi
Categories: Performing Arts
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-01-18 - Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

This exciting new anthology brings together many diverse views on blockbuster and cult science fiction films of the 1970s. These essays, which range in focus from Alien to Zardoz, explore some of the most fundamental questions about the meaning of being human. The chapters of the first section challenge our notions of heroism, confronting our ideas with issues of history, gender and embodiment. The second section’s contributions delve into the human caused monstrosities of our own ingenuity and curiosity whereby our technology transforms the human into a source of horror. The anthology’s final section is a chorus that speaks to the cinematic depictions that disrupt our religious and moral assumptions. The international group of contributors have produced a surprising, entertaining and enlightening work that will appeal to both science fiction and film enthusiasts the world over.
The Eternal Teenagers
Language: en
Pages: 112
Authors: Ronnie Shannon
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2005-07-01 - Publisher: iUniverse

I give honor and glory to my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for giving me the ability to write this book. It's truly an honor to entertain you, the reader.
Apocalyptic World and the Hidden Power of the Universe
Language: en
Pages: 55
Authors: João Ananias Dias Bomfim
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-06-19 - Publisher: João Ananias Dias Bomfim

Elisa is a beautiful, intelligent and empowered woman who does not know. She is the daughter of Charles, a NASA scientist. In the Apocalyptic World, she will face the powerful secret society The Illuminati - hybrids and purebreds, in a relentless quest to try to finish her father's secret work and achieve the impossible; the Great Restoration, through the Hidden Power of the Universe.
Entering the Dharmadhātu
Language: en
Pages: 272
Authors: Jan Fontein
Categories: Art
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-03-20 - Publisher: BRILL

New identifications of the 460 bas-reliefs of Borobudur illustrating the Gandavy?ha, based upon a comparison with the contents of three early Chinese translations of Sanskrit manuscripts of the text of Central Asian or Indian provenance.
The Family Thing
Language: en
Pages: 166
Authors: Karl Shook
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004-03-15 - Publisher: iUniverse

Dave and Brenda Brentwood are spending the summer with their Uncle Rob and Aunt Caryn in North Carolina. But the trip won't be all fun and games. There has been a monster trapped in a cave on the Brentwood property for over seventy years. After all those years, someone is trying to open up the cave. If their uncle can prevent the cave from being opened, they'll all have a nice quiet summer. If he can't then the family would have a terrible battle on their hands, and Brenda, twelve and Dave, eight, will truly find out what it means to be part of the family thing
Language: en
Pages: 207
Authors: Gregory Satir, Doug Brown
Categories: Computers
Type: BOOK - Published: 1995 - Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

A first book for C programmers transitioning to C++, an object-oriented enhancement of the C programming language. Designed to get readers up to speed quickly, this book thoroughly explains the important concepts and features and gives brief overviews of the rest of the language. Covers features common to all C++ compilers, including those on UNIX, Windows NT, Windows, DOS, and Macs
X WAR: Incursion
Language: en
Pages: 404
Authors: John Triptych
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: J Triptych Publishing

Humanity has one last chance of turning back the rising chaos: Task Force Zero- a multinational combat unit composed of the best special operations soldiers the world has to offer. Perry knows this is their one last roll of the dice, for the alternative is defeat and enslavement. But the war is being fought on several fronts- there are those aiding the unknown enemy, and others who may hold the key to mankind's destiny... On the run, Piper discovers a shocking secret about her family. Thorne's insidious machinations begin to bear fruit as he manipulates both allies and enemies to stay alive and gain power. Elsner is determined to keep his family together, even as everything begins to crumble around him. With the stakes higher than ever, could all this be a culmination to humanity's salvation, or will it be the beginning of the end?
Sky Hunters: X-Battalion
Language: en
Pages: 368
Authors: Jack Shane
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-05-26 - Publisher: Zondervan

Bobby Autry is one of the best in the world at what he does. An elite combat chopper pilot, Autry has been tested under fire and always come out on top. But his new assigment might change all that. He's been tasked to lead a new unit of the elite Night Stalkers, a unit that can outfly the rest of the pilots in SOAR (Special Operations Air Regiment), outshoot the best gunners in the SEALs or Deltas, and operate as indepdently as the most lawless gureillas. The results: an experimental unit expected to fail: the X–Battalion. It won't be easy. The pilots he has at his command are the craziest, most dangerous, most unpredictable men in the military, men capable of thinking beyond rules and regulations, but men equally capable of breaking them. Autry will need every one of them if they are to survive their first mission. North Korean dictator Kim Il Sung had procurred a weapon of apocalyptic destruction, and all intelligence points to his willingness to use it within the next 48 hours. If he deploys the weapon, he will poison the entire planet with radioactive fallout. The only way to stop him is with a group that can move silently, strike powerfully, and not worry about breaking a few rules along the way. The only way to stop him: X–Battalion.
X WAR Trilogy
Language: en
Pages: 1224
Authors: John Triptych
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: J Triptych Publishing

Around the world, an increasing number of strange events forces humanity to confront their greatest question: are we alone? What do sightings of cryptids, strange objects in the sky, and the disappearances of key scientists have in common? The aliens are indeed real, and they have been waiting until the time is right. The nations of Earth are now in a race against time- can they find out what the true intentions of these beings might be before it’s too late? If you’re into UFO conspiracies, political and technological thrillers, and epic, edge of your seat adventures, check out this complete, action-packed trilogy from John Triptych.
Chain and Other Stories
Language: en
Pages: 434
Authors: John Omar Larnell Adams
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-02-11 - Publisher: AuthorHouse

The book Chain and Other Stories contains nine stories. The first story, Chain, is about two federal agents who go undercover in Anchorage, Alaska, with two NYC detectives to investigate whether or not an oil mogul is using kidnapped kids to make weapons sold throughout the United States if so stop him. The next story, Gradill, is about an FBI agent who is investigating a case in Chicago where a bioterrorist is using SARS and Anthrax to poison or sicken CEO’s of biochemical companies and local politicians who are giving them leeway to get funding and do research. The last of the first stories is Shatter Blue Magic—a story dealing with a young man who is an assassin who leaves a person alive he was supposed to kill, now he is only having to kill the person before he kills him and the lady he loves. The second batch of stories starts with Shatter Blue Magic 2, which is about the assassin from the first story having to kill his younger brother and sister-in-law, who have both been assigned to kill him, his wife, son, and employers. Web is the sequel to Chain where the two federal agents from the first story go undercover in Phoenix, Arizona, with two Phoenix detectives to investigate and stop two nightclub owners in Phoenix from kidnapping teenage girls and selling them to the adult entertainment industry to work as adult film stars. Gradill 2 is where the FBI agent from the first story is going undercover in Chicago to investigate a local domestic terrorist group and stop them from wrecking havoc in Chicago. The third batch of stories is Gradill 3 where the FBI agent from the two previous stories goes undercover with her sister to investigate a growing local domestic terrorist group who is causing trouble in Chicago and to stop them. The Last Call for Shatter Blue Magic picks up where the second story left off, healing his wounds from his encounter with his brother and sister-in-law, the assassin takes one last job where he must go around the world killing criminal organizations, corrupt policemen, crooked politicians, and terrorists, or he and his family and employers will be killed. Link is the last story in the Chain series where the two federal agents must go to Honolulu, Hawaii, with two Honolulu detectives to go undercover at a local sweatshop to investigate and stop a local rich woman and her friends from using children from Asia and America to work in her sweatshop making clothes that end up in department stores.