Apex Legends: Pathfinder’s Quest (Lore Book)

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Author :

ISBN10 : 1368002315

Publisher : Disney Electronic Content

Number of Pages :

Category : Juvenile Fiction

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Book Summary: From the #1 New York Times best-selling author of The Darkest Minds comes a sweepingly ambitious, high-octane tale of power, destiny, love, and redemption. Every seven years, the Agon begins. As punishment for a past rebellion, nine Greek gods are forced to walk the earth as mortals. They are hunted by the descendants of ancient bloodlines, all eager to kill a god and seize their divine power and immortality. Long ago, Lore Perseous fled that brutal world, turning her back on the hunt’s promises of eternal glory after her family was murdered by a rival line. For years she's pushed away any thought of revenge against the man—now a god—responsible for their deaths. Yet as the next hunt dawns over New York City, two participants seek her out: Castor, a childhood friend Lore believed to be dead, and Athena, one of the last of the original gods, now gravely wounded. The goddess offers an alliance against their mutual enemy and a way to leave the Agon behind forever. But Lore's decision to rejoin the hunt, binding her fate to Athena's, will come at a deadly cost—and it may not be enough to stop the rise of a new god with the power to bring humanity to its knees.

Apex Legends: Pathfinder's Quest (Lore Book)

Author : Respawn Entertainment

ISBN10 : 1506721613

Publisher : Dark Horse Comics

Number of Pages : 208

Category : Games & Activities

Viewed : 1049


Book Summary: This full-color, oversized hardcover art book delves deep into the lore of the tremendously popular competitive first-person shooter Apex Legends. Explore the world of the hit game through the eyes of the lovable robot, Pathfinder, as he chronicles his journey throughout the various environs of the Outlands to interview his fellow Legends--all in the hope of finally locating his mysterious creator. The rich history of Apex Legends is explained by the characters that helped to shape it, as are their unique bonds of competition and camaraderie. This volume chronicles the world of Respawn Entertainment's stunning free-to-play game that has captivated the online gaming scene, attracting over seventy million players and counting. Don't miss your opportunity to own a piece of Apex Legends history!

Legends and Lore

Author : Monica Corwin,Tina Glasneck,Rebekah Lewis,Nicole Zoltack,Ines Johnson,Emma Nichols,Isadora Brown,Liz Gavin,Todd Skaggs,Normandie Alleman,Pauline Creedon,Jill Cooper,Debbie Cassidy,Jackson Dean Chase,RJ Blain,Raine English,Melle Amade,Katalina Leon,Leona Bushman,Rebecca Hamilton,Shannon Eckrich,Natasha Larry

ISBN10 : 1641867477

Publisher :

Number of Pages : 1527

Category : Fiction

Viewed : 1255


Book Summary: Enter the labyrinth of Legends and Lore and meet a host of notorious beings that will change the way you view the mythological world. You know the names but you don’t know the incredible stories behind them. Minotaurs, descendants of monsters, demi-gods, and fantastic creatures, are just a few of the characters contained within these pages. The Legends and Lore boxed set hosts an incredible 21 multi-genre stories featuring your favorite legends. With by NYT and USA Today bestselling authors!


Author : Jeanette Schneider

ISBN10 : 198220155X

Publisher : Balboa Press

Number of Pages : 258

Category : Self-Help

Viewed : 1047


Book Summary: As a woman, youve been programmed to act, think, and behave in certain waysand not always to your benefit. Loreas in folklorechallenges women to closely examine the stories that have shaped their lives. Jeanette Schneider, a single mother and the founder of Lore Advocacy, a network of professional women whose goal is to inspire women to change the world, shares love letters women wrote to their younger selves. The lessons in the letters along with the authors own insights will help you: change the trajectory of your storyline; challenge what youve been led to believe about yourself; monitor your thoughts and understand where they come from; and enjoy the benefits that accompany forgiveness. The book includes exercises to assist you through free-writing, visualizations, and reflection points, and as you complete the activities, you may get stuck on specific memories or events. Allow for that, but keep working to find your truth with this guide to smashing self-imposed limitations.

Lore of the Fallen

Author : J.M. Eller

ISBN10 : 142515333X

Publisher : Trafford Publishing

Number of Pages : 218

Category : Fiction

Viewed : 629


Book Summary: In Lore of the Fallen, Paradise and Tartarus war over the souls of Earth in the classic "good vs. evil" conflict. The Guardians, Michael and Christopher, must protect their Charges, the humans: Lore and James. The orphaned Heiress and the battle scarred Barron are forced to wed and chaos ensues. Striving to bring peace to their Charges, the Guardians, face intense opposition as they struggle to help their mortals resist temptation and fulfill their respective destinies... ... But the malevolent Traducers of Tartarus have other ideas for these two humans. The lethal Liakime and the lustful Legna manipulate time and space as they toy with Lore and James, in an attempt to thwart destiny. The two Traducers thrive on a constant uproar of conspiracies and intrigues with their fellow Tartaruchans, as they relentlessly pursue the mortal couple. Liakime and Legna will stop at nothing to achieve absolute power and turn Lore and James in to the Fallen.

Star Lore

Author : William Tyler Olcott

ISBN10 : 0486140806

Publisher : Courier Corporation

Number of Pages : 544

Category : Science

Viewed : 1268


Book Summary: Captivating retellings of the origins and histories of ancient star groups include Pegasus, Ursa Major, Pleiades, signs of the zodiac, and other constellations. "Classic." — Sky & Telescope. 58 illustrations.

The Lore Adventure

Author : James D. Fletcher

ISBN10 : 1462099157

Publisher : iUniverse

Number of Pages : 320

Category : Fiction

Viewed : 333


Book Summary: Josh Clemens vanishes from an immense forest, leaving law enforcement and friends baffled by his sudden, mystical disappearance. His trail ends where the mystery begins - inside a small, remote clearing in the middle of the wilderness. Within this secluded clearing stand six peculiar rock formations, each an upright pillar consisting of diverse rocks that have been meticulously stacked and balanced one on top of the other. Steve Adams, a member of the search party and a close friend of Clemens, discovers a myriad of unusual pictographs engraved into the age-old rocks. His discovery leads to an extraordinary secret that has been hidden in the woods for thousands of years. Jim Fletcher grew up in the forest covered mountains of Connecticut. There he recognized the wonders and mysteries of nature. Fletcher, a teacher and an artist, has exhibited his artworks around the country. He and his wife, Dee, reside in Minnesota. They enjoy their family, the lakes and the outdoors.

Moon Lore

Author : Rev. Timothy Harley

ISBN10 : 1291437525

Publisher : Lulu Press, Inc

Number of Pages : N.A

Category : History

Viewed : 579


Book Summary: This work is a contribution to light literature and to the literature of light. The first part is mythological. It is the original nucleus around which the other parts have gathered. Some years since, the writer was led to investigate the world-wide myth of the Man in the Moon, in its legendary and ludicrous aspects. The second part, deals with moon worship and is designed to show that anthropomorphism and sexuality have been the principal factors in that idolatry which in all ages has paid homage to the hosts of heaven. The third part talks of lunar superstitions, many of which yet live in the vagaries that sour and shade our modern sweetness and light. And finally, the fourth part is a literary essay on lunar inhabitation, presenting in nuce the present state of the enigma of the plurality of worlds.

Serbian Folk-Lore

Author : Elodie Lawton Mijatovic

ISBN10 : 1605202940

Publisher : Cosimo, Inc.

Number of Pages : 324

Category : Fiction

Viewed : 1457


Book Summary: Hard to find in print, this charming replica edition of a rare 1874 work brings together some familiarand some esoterictales of European folklore as filtered through the culture of Serbia, Bosnia, and Croatia. Selected and translated into English by ELODIE LAWTON MIJATOVIC (18251908), the stories featured include: [ The Bears Son [ The Snakes Gift [ The Golden-Fleeced Ram [ Who Asks Little, Gets Much [ The Wise Girl [ Good Deeds Are Never Lost [ The Wicked Stepmother [ The Shepherd and the Kings Daughter [ One Good Turn Deserves Another [ The Golden-Haired Twins [ and others.

The Folk-lore of Plants

Author : T. F. Thiselton-Dyer

ISBN10 :

Publisher : Good Press

Number of Pages : 273

Category : Fiction

Viewed : 1407


Book Summary: "The Folk-lore of Plants" by T. F. Thiselton-Dyer. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

London Lore

Author : Steve Roud

ISBN10 : 1409036197

Publisher : Random House

Number of Pages : 464

Category : Social Science

Viewed : 1996


Book Summary: In which part of North London were wild beasts once thought to roam the sewers? Why did 1920s working-class Londoners wear necklaces of blue beads? Who was the original inspiration for the 'pearly king' costume? And did Spring-heeled Jack, scourge of Victorian London, ever really exist? Exploring everything from local superstitions and ghost stories to annual customs, this is an enchanting guide to the ancient legends and deep-rooted beliefs that can be found the length and breadth of the city.

Jungle Lore

Author : Jim Corbett

ISBN10 : 9380637802

Publisher : Ponytale Books

Number of Pages : 180

Category : Biography & Autobiography

Viewed : 1152


Book Summary: Jim Corbett is famous for his exploits as a hunter, but there was so much more to the man than tracking down man-eating tigers and leopards. In fact, ‘Carpet Sahib’ (as many Indians called him) was a conservationist at heart, with a deep love for jungles – its flora and fauna; and its inhabitants – the birds and the animals, and the people – who lived in the lush Kumaon hills. It is this side of Corbett that comes to the fore in Jungle Lore. Almost autobiographical in nature, Jungle Lore sees Corbett talk of his boyhood, the people he met, lessons he learnt in absorbing the jungle, his concern for the jungles and environment, and of course, there are doses of hunting expeditions too. There is even the odd story of detection and of supernatural sightings. Jungle Lore is the first book anyone should read on Jim Corbett. Simply because it is about Jim Corbett the man who went on to become a famous hunter.

Florida Lore

Author : Caren Schnur Neile

ISBN10 : 1439663521

Publisher : Arcadia Publishing

Number of Pages : 176

Category : Social Science

Viewed : 1976


Book Summary: Storyteller Caren Neile, PhD, shares myths, legends and folktales that reflect the diversity of characters and cultures that make Florida such a fascinating place. Florida boasts mysterious tales that stretch back more than twelve thousand years. Dive into the lives of the proud Wakulla Pocahontas and the Ghost of Bellamy Bridge. Meet local lawbreakers like John Ashley, as well as transplants like Ma Barker and Al Capone. Stalk stumpy gators or Hogzilla as they prowl Florida's swamps and suburbs. Discover the quintessential Cracker cowboy and the Barefoot Mailman, plus the origin of names like Boca Raton and Orlando.

Arcane Lore

Author : Scribe 27

ISBN10 : 9781469761459

Publisher : iUniverse

Number of Pages : 342

Category : Body, Mind & Spirit

Viewed : 868


Book Summary: This is guaranteed to be completely unlike any other occult text you've ever read, whether it be some wussified "New Age" book about crystals and guardian angels, or some classic tome of barely decipherable ceremonial evocations. No, this book is really "something different." You will find no references to potions, poppets, or pendulums; nor shall you find illustrations of magic squares, voodoo ververs, or Enochian script. Incantations, folk magic, numerology, and the Seals of Solomon have also been excluded from this work. What, then, remains? Quite simply, a magical philosophy which can be applied, with great success, by students at any level of advancement. Great emphasis has been placed upon self-knowledge and common sense-secrets have also been divulged as to various tried and true methods which will enable a besieged magician to kick the boogyman's ass. Although presented as a work of fiction, this extensively researched text contains within it a great deal of occult Truth-and it is highly entertaining as well! The author is clearly either a genius or a madman-perhaps both.

Street Lore

Author : Edward J. Brophy

ISBN10 : 1477171762

Publisher : Xlibris Corporation

Number of Pages : 98

Category : Reference

Viewed : 615


Book Summary: Street Lore is a book based on children games that were played in the streets of New York around the 50’s. During this period the children didn’t have the games like kids have today nor did they have the money. So, the children of this time would create their own toys from what they had lying around in the streets. An example would be the wooden boxes from the greengrocers on every corner. This would be their main source of building material. In addition to their homemade toys they had games. The game changed with the seasons and the aging process. Some were as traditional as tag, hide and seek, and marbles, while others were local and spontaneous: hot beans and butter, Highest to the moon/lowest to the earth. The neighborhood was poor and the environment was rough but the kids were to busy playing to have ever noticed. This book is based on the belief that these memories are part of a Iore that should not be lost. It is a part of American history; a small part granted, but enough to stimulate a wider perception of an era that its own way of doing things it did.

Demon Lore

Author : Karilyn Bentley

ISBN10 : 1628306947

Publisher : The Wild Rose Press Inc

Number of Pages : 344

Category : Fiction

Viewed : 1902


Book Summary: Gin Crawford has enough problems dealing with her empath abilities. Finding out she's the world's newest demon-slayer is the last thing she needs. Unfortunately, when she slips on a mysterious bracelet she is given no other choice. On the plus side, her new gig comes with Tall, Dark and Handsome, a mage who may or may not have her best interests at heart. Thrust into a power-play between good and evil, Gin must choose a side before she becomes the next victim in the ongoing battle.

Heathen Soul Lore Foundations

Author : Winifred Rose

ISBN10 : 1737932733

Publisher : Lulu Press, Inc

Number of Pages : N.A

Category : Religion

Viewed : 566


Book Summary: Heathen Soul Lore Foundations presents a living spiritual landscape, rooted in ancient Germanic languages and understanding, offered for modern Heathens to explore and use in their own spiritual practice. This book also presents an approach for identifying and exploring ancient concepts of ‘what a soul is’ that may be of interest to followers of other branches of historically based modern Paganism, and to scholars of comparative religion. Linguistic analysis, literature, folklore, comparative religion, anthropology, esoteric and philosophical approaches are used to analyze old Germanic-language words relating to 'the soul'. The following souls, identified through this process, are thoroughly reviewed: Ferah, Ahma, Ghost, Hama, Aldr, Mod, Hugr, Sefa, and Saiwalo. Both scholarly and inspirational perspectives are taken, intended to stimulate both intellectual and imaginative exploration of these soul-concepts and the world-view which opens out from them. This book is richly illustrated in order to stimulate engagement of the imagination in comprehending these abstract entities and their metaphysical contexts. // Review by Diana L. Paxson, author of "Essential Asatru: Walking the Path of Norse Paganism": “Since she first sent me the article on “Heathen Full-Souls” for Idunna: A Journal of Northern Tradition in 2006, I have been fascinated by Winifred Hodge Rose’s development of the concept of the souls as an interactive system. I am delighted to see the full presentation of so many years of patient research and contemplation becoming available at last. In Winifred’s hands, philology becomes a spiritual adventure, as words from the old Germanic languages reveal new insights into who we are and our place in the spiritual universe.” // Review by John Michael Greer, author of "A World Full of Gods": “Winifred Rose has done an excellent job of gathering and synthesizing material about Heathen soul lore from a wide range of disparate sources. The resulting book is a scholarly, thorough resource that belongs on the bookshelf of every Heathen, and everyone interested in the subject.” // Review by Cat Heath, author of "Elves, Witches & Gods: Spinning Old Heathen Magic in the Modern Day": “There’s a wonderful shaping and hope-bringing quality to the work here that I think will play a key role in helping to move Heathenry towards something deep and infinitely satisfying. It's really hard to overstate the impact this book could have.”

Louisiana Legends & Lore

Author : Alan Brown

ISBN10 : 1439672059

Publisher : Arcadia Publishing

Number of Pages : 160

Category : Social Science

Viewed : 623


Book Summary: Lean back into Louisiana lore with an earful of New Orleans jazz and a bellyful of Cajun cuisine. But when the music dies down and the lights flicker out, hushed conversations bleed into the darker mysteries of the Pelican State. Storied outlaws like John Murrell, Eugene Bunch and Leather Britches Smith steal into the room. Voodoo priestesses Marie Laveau and Julia Brown are already there, along with the Phantom Whistler and the Axeman of New Orleans. Folklorist Alan Brown educates and entertains with tales of the unseemly, bizarre and otherworldly, like the legends of the Rougarou, the Lutin and the Honey Island Swamp Monster.

Lancashire Folk-lore

Author : Thomas Turner Wilkinson,John Harland

ISBN10 :

Publisher : Good Press

Number of Pages : 332

Category : Fiction

Viewed : 686


Book Summary: "Lancashire Folk-lore" by Thomas Turner Wilkinson, John Harland. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.