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Deja vu All Over Again

     IT HAD LONG BEEN DEBATED THAT THE END OF DAYS FOR PLANET EARTH WAS SET IN CONCRETE AS DECEMBER 21, 2012. Mathematical savant Ana Christensen was merely following her instincts when working a theorem in a direction and style that could have never been accepted by traditional mathematicians. As a result she stumbled upon an ancient Mayan creation, a time loop beginning in 3114BC and ending on the long contested twenty first century date. In a dynamic race against time, Ana and her male compatriot battle the forces of individual evil, bureaucracy, paramilitary mercenaries, and most powerful of all…destiny.



Weird Missouri: Your Travel Guide to Missouri's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets by James Strait

GET WEIRD!

“Best Travel Series of The Year 2006”—Booklist

 

What’s weird around here? Mark Moran and Mark Sceurman asked themselves this question for years. And it’s precisely this offbeat sense of curiosity that led the duo to create Weird N.J. and the successful series that followed. The NOT shockingly result? Every Weird book has become a best seller in its region!

 

This best-selling series has sold more than one million copies…and counting

 

Thirty volumes of the Weird series have been published to great success since Weird New Jersey's 2003 debut
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World War III: Not How You Imagined
It had been over seven decades since the world had been officially at war. But 2017 was that modern moment where the forces of good, would again need to ally themselves to combat the forces of evil. And so it was, the United States and her Allies would do battle with the nation of North Korea. But this time, there was a twist. While the battlefields on the Korean peninsula were filled with the sights and sounds of modern militaries going toe-to-toe, much of the war was taking place on America's streets.

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