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Joshua Hale Fialkov

Collects Cataclysm: The Ulimates' Last Stand #1-5, Cataclysm: Ultimate Spider-Man #1-3, Cataclysm: Ultimate X-Men #1-3, Cataclysm: Ultimates #1-3, Hunger #1-4, Cataclysm #0.1, Survive #1. The fallout from the Age of Ultron rips open a dangerous rift in spacetime, depositing Galactus in the Ultimate Universe! And he possesses a hunger so strong, no universe is safe. Creating new heralds, the unstoppable Galactus destroys the Chitauri, the Kree Empire and more...and Captain Marvel is seemingly lost in battle. Is this the beginning of the end? Has Rick Jones failed to stop Earth from destruction? And if so - what happens next? As the death throes of a universe begin, a hero is reborn...and a cataclysm is upon us all.

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D. S. Allan,J. B. Delair

Follow this multi-disciplinary, scientific study as it examines the evidence of a great global catastrophe that occurred only 11,500 years ago. Crustal shifting, the tilting of Earth's axis, mass extinctions, upthrusted mountain ranges, rising and shrinking land masses, and gigantic volcanic eruptions and earthquakes--all indicate that a fateful confrontation with a destructive cosmic visitor must have occurred. The abundant geological, biological, and climatological evidence from this dire event calls into question many geological theories and will awaken our memories to our true--and not-so-distant--past.

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C.L. Parker

"Through the howling winds and punishing lashes of rain, a stranger comes. The promise of a better tomorrow, a brighter, sunnier life filled with hopes and dreams rests in the palm of his hand. It is knowledge, a formidable weapon when wielded by the right person at just the right time. If she can only harness the power of this stranger's knowledge, Kerrigan might be able to save the one she loves before he fades into nothiness, and she is left all alone."--p.4 of cover.

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RJ Smith

A Canary Island volcano has exploded in a fiery fury. Enter, volcanologist, Dr. Samuel May, who has predicted it will collapse into the Atlantic Ocean causing a massive tsunami that will destroy European and American coastlines. Will this disaster mark the beginning of the end? As the United Nations scrambles to evacuate coastal cities, quell chaos and prepare for impending doom, a conspiracy is underway at the Vatican. The newly elected pope, Callixtus the Fourth, possesses Earth shattering revelations that will test his faith and the power of governments. His plan to release ancient secrets has brought about a heinous plot to murder him and elect a new pontiff that will protect the status quo. In a rush against time, he must survive the coming cataclysm in order to save mankind. But, what if the disaster is just the beginning of something more? What if this event marks the end of mankind?

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N.A

The dreaded Galactus has arrived in the Ultimate Universe! With a whole dimension of new planets for him to devour, the Ultimate heroes must stop Galactus from destroying their entire universe! Unstoppable and insatiable, he decimates the Chitauri, the Kree - and then heads for Earth. As Rick Jones and Vision make desperate last-ditch attempts to deter Galactus, the Ultimates face the Devourer head-on! And while Nick Fury plots, Reed Richards fights for redemption, M.O.D.O.K. prepares for the end, and the X-Men deal with a lethal secret weapon, Miles Morales heads to Galactus' birthplace - the Marvel Universe - hoping for clues to save his world! Is this the Ultimate heroes' last stand? COLLECTING: Cataclysm: The Ulimates' Last St and 1-5, Cataclysm: Ultimate Spider-Man 1-3, Cataclysm: Ultimate X-Men 1-3, Cataclysm: Ultimate s 1-3, Hunge r 1-4, Cataclysm 0.1, Ultimate Prologue 1

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Herman S. Wolk

The B-29 long-range bombing campaign against the Japanese home islands dictated unprecedented organization and command; hence, Arnold established the Twentieth Air Force, commanded by himself from Washington and reporting directly to the Joint Chiefs of Staff. This new type of bombing offensive-distinct in command, organization, range, and weapons from the European experience-also called for exemplary operational combat leadership in the field. Here Arnold excelled in his command of the AAF, relieving a long-time colleague (Hansell) in favor of a hard-nosed operator (LeMay). This crucial move was a turning point in the Pacific war. Although the Soviet declaration of war on Japan was a factor in the Japanese surrender, it was the atomic bomb that politically shocked the Japanese to capitulation. Arnold, the architect of the bombing offensive, emphasized that Japan was already defeated in the summer of 1945 by the bombing and blockade and that it was not militarily necessary to drop the atomic bomb.

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Joshua Hale Fialkov

Collects Cataclysm: The Ulimates' Last Stand #1-5, Cataclysm: Ultimate Spider-Man #1-3, Cataclysm: Ultimate X-Men #1-3, Cataclysm: Ultimates #1-3, Hunger #1-4, Cataclysm #0.1, Survive #1. The fallout from the Age of Ultron rips open a dangerous rift in spacetime, depositing Galactus in the Ultimate Universe! And he possesses a hunger so strong, no universe is safe. Creating new heralds, the unstoppable Galactus destroys the Chitauri, the Kree Empire and more...and Captain Marvel is seemingly lost in battle. Is this the beginning of the end? Has Rick Jones failed to stop Earth from destruction? And if so - what happens next? As the death throes of a universe begin, a hero is reborn...and a cataclysm is upon us all.

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David Stevenson

David Stevenson's widely acclaimed history of World War I changes forever our understanding of that pivotal conflict. Countering the commonplace assumption that politicians lost control of events, and that the war, once it began, quickly became an unstoppable machine, Stevenson contends that politicians deliberately took risks that led to war in July 1914. Far from being overwhelmed by the unprecedented scale and brutality of the bloodshed, political leaders on both sides remained very much in control of events throughout. According to Stevenson, the disturbing reality is that the course of the war was the result of conscious choices—including the continued acceptance of astronomical casualties. In fluid prose, Stevenson has written a definitive history of the man-made catastrophe that left lasting scars on the twentieth century. Cataclysm is a truly international history, incorporating new research on previously undisclosed records from governments in Europe and across the world. From the complex network of secret treaties and alliances that eventually drew all of Europe into the war, through the bloodbaths of Gallipoli and the Somme, to the arrival of American forces, and the massive political, economic, and cultural shifts the conflict left in its wake, Cataclysm is a major revision of World War I history.

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Tim Washburn

“Washburn brings a new kind of terror. “—Marc Cameron FIRST THE GROUND SHAKES . . . At Yellowstone National Park, earthquake tremors are common. But today, park scientist Tucker Mayfield detects something different: a disturbing new increase in activity—and intensity . . . THEN THE LAVA RISES . . . Lurking beneath the park’s natural wonders, earth’s largest supervolcano begins to awaken after 640,000 years. If—or when—it blows, two-thirds of the North American continent will be destroyed . . . NOW THE WHOLE WORLD TREMBLES . . . IN FEAR Racing against time, Tucker Mayfield mobilizes a team to evacuate all visitors from the park—including his family at the Old Faithful Inn. But when the earthquakes intensify, and the death toll rises, a shockwave of panic spreads across the nation. Troops are deployed, emergency plans activated. But nothing can stop a natural disaster of this magnitude. When the volcano erupts, doomsday begins—and no one gets out alive . . . “Apocalypse has come...unsettling...Washburn shows formidable storytelling skills....You find youself wishing it were longer.”—Mystery Scene on Powerless “Leaves you breathless.”—Marc Cameron, bestselling author of National Security and Day Zero “Like a nuclear reactor, this story heats up fast!”—Anderson Harp, author of Retribution and Born of War (on Powerless)

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Nick Gass

In Cataclysm, author Nick Gass takes geology out of the oil patch to authenticate the first twenty-five verses of the Bible. He presents a multidisciplinary exploration, implementing scientific reasoning, to explain some of the ancient history of The Middle East. Gass discusses how the rise of science has provided a platform for interpreting ancient legends. In Cataclysm, he casts a different light on a number of historical events and considers a variety of topics: Moses and the first twenty-five verses of Genesis The ways in which the climate may have provided the stimulus A different view on the migration out of Africa The why and how of the Flood The Garden of Eden as the first Jewish Diaspora A Second Flood The Land of Kush Exploring the Bible and other ancient texts, Cataclysm provides a refreshing look at some of the world’s past events and places them in a new multidisciplinary perspective.

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David Luders

It happened in 1452. A colossal volcanic explosion broke one island into five; for five years its dust pall blanketed the globe. What happened on the spot is a staggering story handed down for almost 500 years. Tricked into an odious crime, a humble youth is punished and humiliated. Shamed, outraged, he vows revenge and obtains magic to destroy the island. Earthquakes begin and none can say if the cause is him, or the wrath of the ancestors for another reason. The catastrophe strikes before evacuation is complete. By astounding luck, two young people survive the stupendous blast. Rescued, they live through the severity of the aftermath. Wed, they begin restoring life on the remnant of their former home. Their lifelong struggle brings success marred by human frailty and the cataclysm leaves beliefs deeply shaken. Cataclysm is the Third in the SAGA OF PACIFIC ISLANDS series of novels.

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Jane Wright

What cataclysmic event almost destroyed the Earth? Was this the same event that fractured the mantle of the earth which contributed to the continental drift? Did Atlantis really exist? Was an advanced civilization from a faraway planet responsible for early man s great leap forward from the Stone Age to the Copper Age? What kernels of truth can be found amongst mythology, philosophy, religion and ancient texts that resonate with accepted scientific facts, and provide a plausible explanation of some of Earth s mysteries? This book offers a unique perspective that identifies these kernels of truth and then proceeds to connect them to form a new picture of a very important time in the life of our planet. Jane Wright, brings to the page a logicians perspective that crosses multiple disciplines of thought, and in a creative and entertaining way, provides the reader with a unique proposal of how things might have been from 10,000 years ago to 6,000 years ago, when modern civilization began to take hold.

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Donald Steinberg

New Summary This exciting new science novel threatens the World with devastation. The author offers a plausible explanation for the many poorly understood natural phenomena of the past such as the numerous changes in Magnetic North, the sudden death of the Dinosaurs, the Ice Age, etc. This same expanation forbodes the imminent devastation to the World and the United States in particular. The reader is challanged with the probability that this may not be Science-fiction and could occur at any time." OLD SUMMARY This exciting new Science-fiction novel threatens the World with devastation. The author offers a plausible explanation for the many poorly understood natural phenomena of the past such as numerous changes in Magnetic North, the sudden death of the dinosaurs, the Ice Age, etc. This same explanation forbodes the imminent devastation to the world and the United States in particular. The reader is challenged with the probability that this may not be Science-fiction, and could occur at any time.

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Keith Cumins

It has been more than 60 years since the end of the Second World War, a conflict that shaped the second half of the Twentieth Century. The significance of the war, and its relevance to the lives of so many, has generated a legacy of published material on the topic sufficient to fill a library. Yet disproportionately few publications deal exclusively with the true cauldron of the conflict - the brutal and uncompromising war between Germany and the Soviet Union; and fewer still attempt to provide, in a single volume, a comprehensive overview of that war from the commencement of Operation Barbarossa to the last battle in the rubble-strewn streets of Berlin. Drawing on information from Soviet archives that have only become available since the collapse of the Soviet Union, 'Cataclysm: The War on the Eastern Front 1941-1945', is unquestionably the most successful attempt so far to achieve that goal. As Winston Churchill acknowledged, the Red Army tore the guts out of the Wehrmacht, and the story of how that happened, a story in which the events at Stalingrad were just one part, deserves to be told with greater frequency and to be understood more widely. From the enormous amount of detailed information currently available on the military struggle on the Eastern Front, condensing the events of a war of such scale and duration into a succinct narrative in a meaningful and balanced way has long been a challenging task. Yet the mortal conflict between Hitler's Germany and Stalin's Russia is deserving of the effort. 'Cataclysm' focuses on the ground fighting along the Eastern Front, for it was overwhelmingly the ground war that determined the outcome of the conflict. With the aid of concise supporting maps, the book provides a clear and comprehensive account of the ebb and flow of a four-year long conflict conducted across a thousand miles of frontline in the vast region between the Elbe and Volga. Describing the conflict in a predominantly chronological manner, the book's narrative nonetheless maintains an easy, flowing style, relating with clarity the sequence of events as the interwoven campaigns on different sectors of the long frontline unfolded. For anyone wishing to understand the war in on the Eastern Front, 'Cataclysm' is essential reading, and the book will prove to be an invaluable addition to any bookshelf. REVIEWS Cumins book is a notable success. While not adding new information to the Barbarossa story he succeeds admirably in condensing the complexity of the operation into a manageable and useful narrative at both the strategic and operational levels of engagement. For the aspiring historian and casual military enthusiast, this is a highly recommended book as a starting point from which to branch into more detailed accounts; made more so by the fact that it is presented in a lucid and engaging style. RCAF Journal "Cumins has expertly guided us through the fighting. The author as well as the publisher, Helion & Company, are to be congratulated on publishing this title, which does much to enhance our knowledge of the fighting on the all-decisive theatre of the Second World War: the Eastern Front.." Journal of Slavic Military Studies.

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John Russell Fearn,Vargo Statten

Troubled Martin Clegg has always suffered from dreams which seem intensely real. In them, bizarrely, he's another person not of this Earth! He's finally forced to confide in his fiancée, Elsie Barlow, and they consult Martin's scientifically inclined friend Tom Cavendish. He reveals, astonishingly, that Martin has a cosmic twin on a planet of Betelgeuse to whom he's mentally linked. Unsuspecting, they are both about to become caught up in the strands of an incredible cosmic mystery in which, to save the universe from destruction, Martin must die--twice!

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In Cataclysm, author Nick Gass takes geology out of the oil patch to authenticate the first twenty-five verses of the Bible. He presents a multidisciplinary exploration, implementing scientific reasoning, to explain some of the ancient history of The Middle East. Gass discusses how the rise of science has provided a platform for interpreting ancient legends. In Cataclysm, he casts a different light on a number of historical events and considers a variety of topics: Moses and the first twenty-five verses of Genesis The ways in which the climate may have provided the stimulus A different view on the migration out of Africa The why and how of the Flood The Garden of Eden as the first Jewish Diaspora A Second Flood The Land of Kush Exploring the Bible and other ancient texts, Cataclysm provides a refreshing look at some of the world's past events and places them in a new multidisciplinary perspective.

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Cataclysm has inflicted many conflicts and desolation in the Horn of Africa, resulting in the establishment of terrorist groups, famine, and the collapse and division of governments. The war and hunger that contributed in the collapse of the Somalian government resulted in the persecution of minority groups in Somalia and led those groups of people to flee to Kenya, where the worlds oldest refugee camps would later be established as a safe haven for those minority groups. This is the incredible story of a Kenyan-born teen who later learns about her true identity as a former Somali refugee. She explores her familys history and learns about their survival in the horrific Somali civil war. As an activist, Zeynab addresses the struggles immigrant and refugee families encounter in the United States, hoping to spread awareness of immigration. In this book, she shares her experience of growing up in the United States and how her own life inspired her to become the decisive, optimistic young activist she is today.