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Author: Rebecca Donovan
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 9780141348223
Book Pages: 496
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Out of Breath by Rebecca Donovan is the much-anticipated, explosive and stunning finale in The Breathing Series. Reason to Breathe and Barely Breathing , the first two books in the trilogy, are both US bestsellers. All fans of Jodi Picoult and new adult authors such Colleen Hoover, Tammara Webber and Abbi Glines will love Rebecca Donovan's incredible writing. A must-read. Those she trusted betrayed her. Her broken heart still wounds her. Only love can save her. Emma can't even think about trusting others in her life again. She can't let anyone in, not when she knows all they'll find is darkness. But some people won't let go; won't take no for an answer and Emma has to decide whether the hidden truths and painful secrets are enough to let go of the possibility of love. Forever. www.facebook.com/thebreathingseries www.rebeccadonovan.com @BeccaDonovan


Author: Andrew L. Ries
Genre: Medical
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0323010644
Book Pages: 133
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

For more than 25 years, "Shortness of Breath" has been a helpful tool for educating patients about chronic lung disease. This user-friendly book presents a wealth of pertinent information in a style average readers can comprehend. It covers psychological and physiological impacts of lung disease, offering suggestions on exercise programs, relaxation techniques, travel precautions, diet and more.


Author: Blair Richmond
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Publisher: Ashland Creek Press
ISBN: 1618220772
Book Pages: 274
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Deep in the hills of Lithia brews an epic battle between evil and nature... Nineteen-year-old Kat Jones has been a competitive runner since she was a young girl, but after her mother's death, the path her life was supposed to take begins to crumble around her -- until one day, she finds herself on the run in a literal sense, this time in a race for her very life. Kat's journey takes her to the Pacific Northwest town of Lithia, the place of her last good memories, of the days when her mother was still alive. But soon after her arrival, strange things begin to happen in Lithia -- and when one of her new friends disappears under mysterious circumstances, Kat begins to realize that Lithia's inhabitants are not all of this world. Worst of all, she is falling in love with one of these otherworldly locals, and the friend who hopes to save her has secrets of his own. As Kat tries to rebuild her life, she is also training for a race that will turn out to be her biggest challenge yet, as she must outrun not only the demons of her past but the demons of the here and now, who threaten her very existence and that of the entire town. At once a paranormal love story and an environmental allegory, Out of Breath offers an exciting new voice in young adult fiction.


Author: Rebecca Donovan
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Publisher: Skyscape
ISBN: 147781695X
Book Pages: 962
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Collects the first two novels about Emma Thomas's attempts to reclaim her life while surviving an abusive home life.


Author: Andrew L. Ries
Genre: Lungs
Publisher:
ISBN: 0815173393
Book Pages: 114
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

This extremely readable format provides COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) patients with essential information to minimize the restrictive aspects of their disorder, helping them to maximize daily living ability through exercise, diet, relaxation techniques, lifestyle precautions, proper drug regimes, and pulmonary rehabilitation.


Author: Christopher P. N. Maselli
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Publisher: Commander Kellie and the Super
ISBN: 1575626608
Book Pages: 140
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

When Valerie and Alex investigate the disappearance of three SuperCopters, they find themselves crashing into an underwater adventure involving pirates, submarine ships, and undersea secrets.


Author: Aderemi Abosede
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Publisher:
ISBN: 1945434023
Book Pages: 46
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Kendra the Kangaroo is getting ready for her hockey team's big game. The only problem? Her team doesn't think that kangaroos belong on the ice. And even worse, Kendra is afraid they'll kick her off the team if they find out she has asthma. Can Rahim the Rabbit convince her to be herself and tell the truth before she puts herself in danger?


Author: Sarah Herz
Genre: Business & Economics
Publisher: Anchor Academic Publishing (aap_verlag)
ISBN: 9783954895748
Book Pages: 98
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

The following investigation provides a profound analysis on the motives that hinder German consumers from shifting to green power vendors. While academic research provides many potential reasons, only a few investigations have so far dealt with internal and external influences on switching behavior as well as actual compliance with theoretical models. In this context, a survey has been undertaken in the Federal State of Mecklenburg-West-Pomerania to analyze the personal relevance of different motives for consumers. Furthermore, the survey also aimed at analyzing the compliance of theoretical criteria, provided by the Norm Activation Model, and the Theory of Planned Behavior in order to see whether respondents intend to switch after all. Therefore, the survey was distributed via the snowball system, and has been completed by 115 respondents, providing data on 77 respondents who still consume conventional power.


Author: Larry Rosenberg
Genre: Religion
Publisher: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 9780834823464
Book Pages: 240
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Freedom from suffering is not only possible, but the means for achieving it are immediately within our grasp—literally as close to us as our own breath. This is the 2,500-year-old good news contained in the Anapanasati Sutra, the Buddha's teaching on cultivating both tranquility and deep insight through full awareness of breathing. In this book, Larry Rosenberg brings this timeless meditation method to life. Using the insights gained from his many years of practice and teaching, he makes insight meditation practice accessible to modern practitioners.


Author: Edgar Allan Poe
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: WS
ISBN: 9782291020110
Book Pages: 150
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

"Loss of Breath" is a horror short story by Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849). It was first published in 1832.