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Aboard "The Boundless," the greatest train ever built, on its maiden voyage across Canada, teenaged Will enlists the aid of a traveling circus to save the train from villains.

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The Boundless, the greatest train ever built, is on its maiden voyage across the country, and first-class passenger Will Everett is about to embark on the adventure of his life! When Will ends up in possession of the key to a train car containing priceless treasures, he becomes the target of sinister figures from his past. In order to survive, Will must join a traveling circus, enlisting the aid of Mr. Dorian, the ringmaster and leader of the troupe, and Maren, a girl his age who is an expert escape artist. With villains fast on their heels, can Will and Maren reach Will’s father and save The Boundless before someone winds up dead? “Canadian railway history, fantasy, a flutter of romance—and a thoughtful examination of social injustice—collide in this entertaining swashbuckler from the author of Printz Honor–winning Airborne” (Kirkus Reviews, starred review).

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Kenneth Oppel

Will Everett always wished for an adventure... but he wasn't expecting it to start the moment he boarded the Boundless, the largest and most magnificent train ever built. After a murder is committed, Will finds himself in possession of a key that has the potential to unlock the train's hidden treasures. Together with Maren, a gifted escape artist, and Mr Dorian, a circus ringmaster with amazing abilities, Will must save the Boundless before someone else winds up dead. With villains fast on his heels and strange creatures lurking outside the windows, the train hurtles across the country as Will flees for his life. His adventure may have begun without his knowing... but how it ends is now entirely up to Will.'

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Paul C. Adams

Using the body as an axis for geographical theory, this book argues that communication empowers self to constantly transcend its physical limits. It urges complete review of personal borders in space and time based on symbols, signs and signals that redefine ties to the tangible world, i.e., Dear John letters, layout of furniture in rooms, or chronic illness. Paul C. Adams shows how vehicular transit has altered traditional modalities like walking or biking while navigation of space and virtual space has led to boundary blurring. He covers transforming moments in communication from the rise of writing to invention of the printing press, telephone, and electronic media. To better understand human geography, he also plumbs the relation of space and time to notions of romance, identity, and meaning. Citing geographers throughout the ages and the effects of mercantile, industrial, and current global economies, The Boundless Self is sure to provoke thought and theory among geographers, communicators, and scholars alike.

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Lachlan Ross

Olecwarden Goodenough is a man with a capital deficiency. He would sell his rights, but various acts of treason mean that he has none left to sell. He'd pawn his heart, but he loaned it to somebody years ago and she still hasn't returned it. He'd even sell his mind, if only he could find it. All that remains to Olec is the soul he doesn't believe in, which he sells in order to free the woman who borrowed his heart: Diamona Oranous, the last surviving member of the outlawed Sonat sect. Olec has never really felt at home on Earth, and all he wants is to feel his own existence: to die or to be born. After dying three times and being born twice, Olec gets his wish, though he must stand on the cusp of obliteration to truly exist: to know that he has always already existed for the long lifespan of our Universe. In the end, Olec does not die alone. He understands that kind of thinking to be a part of the boundless presumption of conceited humankind.

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Adrienne von Speyr

The nature of God is that he cannot be "bound" to one place or time -- yet he took finite form, when he became Man and redeemed the world. In this treatment on the nature of the Lord, Adrienne von Speyr's erudition allows the reader to glimpse the mystery of God. The fruitfulness of these meditations is evident on every page, bringing the Christian view of divinity to a new and beautiful level of understanding. Book jacket.

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Kate Brallier

Philosophers have said that we travel through our lives, past and present, surrounded by the same souls, that we spend each new life trying to mend the hurts we've done to one another in the past. In The Boundless Deep, Kate Brallier explores this idea in a combination of strong storytelling and gifted characterization. Grad student Liza has long been plagued by vivid dreams of whaling. Offered the chance to trade her land-locked existence for a summer on Nantucket, the well-preserved heart of New England's whaling trade, Liza jumps at the chance, eager to see how well her dreams mesh with historical reality. The answer is: all too well. Liza's dreams become highly sexual; her visions of ship's captain Obadiah Young grow increasingly intense. At times the past and present mix before her eyes, with automobiles replaced by horse-drawn carriages. Though skeptical of Liza's claims of a past life, whaling museum curator Adam is drawn to Liza's intense desire to know the truth—about herself, and about Obadiah, accused of murdering his beautiful, young wife. But Adam isn't the only man with an interest in Liza—handsome Lucian, whose home Liza is sharing for the season, has designs on her as well. In a single summer, Liza must answer the riddle of her dreams, reunite lovers separated by death, solve a hundred-year-old murder . . . and figure out her heart's desire. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

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This gorgeous gift edition features a specially-designed printed case cover with an elegant finish, ribbon and special endpapers. Perfect for the holiday season! Will Everett has always wished for an adventure. Little does he know that his adventure starts the moment he boards the Boundless. There is a murder, and now Will must protect a key that can unlock the train's hidden treasures. Villians are fast on his heels and strange creatures are lurking outside the windows as the Boundless hurtles across the country. Together with Maren, a gifted escape artist, and Mr. Dorian, a circus ringmaster with amazing abilities, Will must save the Boundless before someone else winds up dead. His adventure may have begun without him knowing . . . but how it ends is up to Will.

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Simon Donato

“In the end, these people helped me realize that Boundless was more than a job; it was metaphor for life. It came down to one simple, daily decision—do I stand still or move forward?” Filming the hit television series Boundless, Simon Donato has raced thousands human-powered kilometres across the globe—from the frigid tundra of Iceland to the searing heat of the Sahara, journeys that strip away the regular trappings of life and pit us against ourselves and the natural world. There are no modern conveniences to lean on as crutches, and every metre gained is earned through both physical and mental effort. In his compelling first book, Donato details the quest for adventure and the opportunities to test ourselves in a very primal way—in ways that we aren’t able to in our lives very much anymore. Describing the key moments and adventures that put him on the path to Boundless, Simon takes you on an adventure-filled journey around the globe and shows how you can apply his lessons and experience to your everyday life.

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James T. Wall

The Boundless Frontier follows the major events of American History from the pre-Columbian Indians through the Civil War. This comprehensive reader presents the development of America as it changed from an unexplored Indian land into a "civilized" and unified country as the Europeans and their descendents pushed into the frontier, constantly moving the borders to the west. James T. Wall depicts this development of a nation through this gradual engulfing of land to its sophistication as technology guided its evolution and a new democratic government took over. He notes the effects of other countries on the nature of America, while describing their relationship with the people there. Yet, Wall focuses on the growth and conflict that evolved as a vast frontier became a unified country that suffered from many internal and external conflicts. He ends with the conflict that temporarily divided the United States, the Civil War.

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Lili Wilkinson

After an accident tears her family apart, Ruby Jane Galbraith is drawn by a charismatic new friend, Fox, to the Institute of the Boundless Sublime, but instead of peace she finds sinister secrets.

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After an accident tears her family apart, Ruby Jane Galbraith is drawn by a charismatic new friend, Fox, to the Institute of the Boundless Sublime, but instead of peace she finds sinister secrets.

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David Dillard-Wright

Unlock your infinite potential through mindfulness, self-care, and a positive outlook with this easy-to-follow 90-day plan of simple activities and quick exercises. Most of us already know what we need to be happy and healthy: eat right, exercise, meditate, and be kind to ourselves. But sometimes, changing your mindset and your outlook on life doesn’t come easy—we can find ourselves stuck in ruts and old habits that are hard to break. In The Boundless Life Challenge, Dr. David Dillard Wright offers an easy-to-follow mindfulness plan to get you feeling and thinking more optimistically. His 90-day challenge includes 90 activities, meditations, and simple exercises to help you re-center and focus on the good things in your life—through techniques like gratitude exercises, simple mantra repetitions, self-affirmations, and easy guided meditations—accessible even if you’re new to mindfulness. With additional information on how to break through mental barriers, maintain your new mindset, and the health benefits of optimism and positivity, this interactive guide will help you start—and keep—your happy new outlook for years to come.

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Kristen Heitzmann

Newly married Carina DiGratia Shephard longs to make a home for herself and her husband, Quillan, in the rugged mining town of Crystal, Colorado. Quillan, however, has turned away to confront the haunting pain of his troubled childhood. Out of her loneliness, Carina opens a restaurant, and through its success soon attains the independence and identity she has long sought. When Carina is attacked in retaliation for her kindness to the destitute families of miners, everything changes. Will Quillan exchange his bitterness for the forgiveness of God in time to save their marriage?

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George Swinnock

Author George Swinnock (1627 1673) was an English Puritan known for his vivid illustrations of biblical truth. His complete works have been reprinted in five volumes by Banner of Truth Trust.

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How a person thinks, behaves and feels ultimately impacts not just their own lives, but the society they live in. If we desire to attain happiness, we must understand that the journey begins within us, and can reach out to touch millions. In this anthology, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, with characteristic wisdom, humour and kindness, directs us towards the path to a happy, healthy, peaceful life. Talking about universal themes such as compassion, peace, non-violence, secularism and the pursuit of a healthy mind and body, he reminds us that the responsibility to change our thoughts, actions and lives lies with us. Once we accept ownership of every aspect of our lives, we can then begin to catalyse change in the lives of others and, through that process, change the world. Through these speeches and dialogues, His Holiness encourages each individual to embrace the path of happiness, compassion and faith.