I Just Really Like Camo Ok

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Author: Spruce Publishing


ISBN: 1677316799


Page: 112

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I didn t know my daughter was a ninja

Is there a way to actually activate the camo effect at will? Hair: (Tugs towards the wall) Me: Ouch hey! Not so rough....... Ok, ok so you want me ...


Author: Raxiel Liz

Publisher: Raxiel Liz


Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 138

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My daughter is an amazing kid! She is full of life, love and most of all curiosity. Her imagination is amazing and one of a kind. She is very smart, focused and loves Kung fu flicks. Latley she has been acting really strange. I believe it’s due to us moving to a new city and her new school. I like to think we have a good bond and I know just about everything going on in her life. Her grades, her feelings, her dreams.... But, one thing I didn’t know for sure was that my daughter was here to save us all from destruction. With that being said.............

Does Glitter Count as Camouflage

Officially it was for camp, but actually it was to avoid Luke tenderly running ... As I used to point out when I was feeling brave, even Jamie, who was only ...


Author: Helen Salter

Publisher: Bonnier Publishing Fiction Ltd.

ISBN: 9781848123267

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 176

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‘So, are you going out with him now or what?’ Poppy asked.‘I don’t know.’ I thought about it. ‘I guess I’ll see him soon and we’ll talk about it.’‘Will you be all elusive and distant and coy?’‘Erm . . .’‘Or maybe just avoid him until he goes mad with lust for you?’Gorgeous Luke has just kissed Holly Stockwell. She’s had a crush on him forever. Maybe he’s finally noticed that Holly’s not just his sister’s best friend!But, before anything else can happen, Holly and Poppy go off to Cornwall for a group camping holiday. Will Luke be waiting for Holly when she gets back? And, when having the right image seems so important, will Holly be brave enough to drop the camouflage and be herself?

The Second Husband

'OK.' And she pulled away from me, the hug over, and drifted off to her room. ... He made it sound so easy, like a line from a movie when the scene needs to ...


Author: Louise Candlish

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780748130054

Category: Fiction

Page: 368

View: 668

A mesmerising psychological drama about desire and betrayal from the bestselling author of Our House. 'Moving and thought-provoking' Daily Mail 'Superbly crafted' Elle Be careful who you let into your heart - and your home When Davis Calder moves in next door to Kate Easton and her two children, no one has any idea of the devastation about to be unleashed. With Kate struggling to accept her teenage daughter Roxy's independence and with tensions between Kate and her ex-husband Alistair still very much alive, there's enough family drama to go around already. Before they know it, clever, charismatic Davis is the only one who seems able to keep the peace. Soon Kate has fallen in love and agreed to be his wife. At last she can come to terms with the betrayals of her first marriage. At last she dares hope she has the happy ending she deserves . . . Praise for Louise Candlish 'Twists the knife right up to the very final page' Ruth Ware 'Addictive, twisty and oh so terrifyingly possible' Clare Mackintosh 'Terrifically twisty . . . hooks from the first page' Sunday Times 'Louise Candlish is a great writer; she inhaled me into her nightmarish world where everything we think we know is ripped from under our feet' Fiona Barton 'Keeps you guessing to the end - and beyond' Stylist 'Candlish's writing draws you in immediately' Heat 'A nail-biter until the very last pages' Daily Express 'Tense, twisty and completely addictive, will keep you guessing right until the end' Good Housekeeping 'A master of her craft' Rosamund Lupton

Young Knights of the Round Table

'OK, OK, your idea is not completely rubbish. Rick'll have an easier time at school if he gets a new image.' Tiago hugged Bob. 'Think of it like camouflage, ...


Author: Julia Golding

Publisher: Oxford University Press - Children

ISBN: 9780192793409

Category: Juvenile Fiction


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HUMANS ARE THE ENEMY! That's what Rick's been taught to believe by the Fey Folk who stole him. Taken to the magical realm of Avalon, he's been trained, alongside other kids like him, into an elite force of warriors. When rumours start that a new generation of knights are re-forming the Round Table to attack Avalon, the Fey entrust Rick with a mission: go to Earth, find the knights, and stop them. Simple, right? Well, not exactly . . . No training could prepare him for the shock of being a modern teenager. And when he discovers that the Fey have been lying to him, Rick has to ask: if humans aren't the enemy-who is?

Muslim Cool

See, I have a camouflage scarf, I've worn it only once because this Pakistani girl walked up to me like (mimics a ... like that's OK with me (Laughter).


Author: Su'ad Abdul Khabeer

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 9781479872152

Category: Social Science

Page: 288

View: 449

This groundbreaking study of race, religion and popular culture in the 21st century United States focuses on a new concept, “Muslim Cool.” Muslim Cool is a way of being an American Muslim—displayed in ideas, dress, social activism in the ’hood, and in complex relationships to state power. Constructed through hip hop and the performance of Blackness, Muslim Cool is a way of engaging with the Black American experience by both Black and non-Black young Muslims that challenges racist norms in the U.S. as well as dominant ethnic and religious structures within American Muslim communities. Drawing on over two years of ethnographic research, Su'ad Abdul Khabeer illuminates the ways in which young and multiethnic U.S. Muslims draw on Blackness to construct their identities as Muslims. This is a form of critical Muslim self-making that builds on interconnections and intersections, rather than divisions between “Black” and “Muslim.” Thus, by countering the notion that Blackness and the Muslim experience are fundamentally different, Muslim Cool poses a critical challenge to dominant ideas that Muslims are “foreign” to the United States and puts Blackness at the center of the study of American Islam. Yet Muslim Cool also demonstrates that connections to Blackness made through hip hop are critical and contested—critical because they push back against the pervasive phenomenon of anti-Blackness and contested because questions of race, class, gender, and nationality continue to complicate self-making in the United States.

Camouflage Through Limited Disclosure

I said 'OK, but I'm not goin' to the police; you can write down on your report whatever you want. ... I said, 'if you want it to be EBE it is.


Author: Randy Koppang

Publisher: Book Tree

ISBN: 9781585091102

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 159

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According to the author, from the 1940's to the present time the U.S. government has involved itself in the deepest levels of secrecy involving an alien presence on the Earth. This book delves into these deeper levels and reveals exactly how and why this secrecy has been maintained. Interviews two key researchers that have had access to those at deeper security levels, or have operated at this level themselves. The first, Melinda Leslie, presents compelling evidence that the military itself is involved with the abductions of important contactees with the express purpose of gaining information from them about alien technology. Second is Bill Uhouse, who claims to have spent an entire 38-year career at the very heart of an Unacknowledged Special Access Project and made some unofficial public disclosures relating mostly to advanced technology and the goal of perfecting functional flying discs. Should be read by all serious researchers looking for that "next level" of proof, in addition to skeptics who, after reading this book, may suddenly stop laughing at the jokes of newscasters and the media view in general. Something is going on, and this book will tell you in large part, exactly what that something is.


My parents hate cuss words” Lucy was silent for a while and just said ok. “Look Lucy, I'm not trying to make you fee...” “no no I get it.


Author: Najau Abu

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781329915404



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Culture in Camouflage

Wghting fascism only to preserve the empire Anand asks, what must this say ... over them are OK; kicking little girls on the head is OK; even a Wlm like ...


Author: Patrick Deer

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 9780191567513

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 352

View: 970

Culture in Camouflage aims to remap the history of British war culture by insisting on the centrality and importance of the literature of the Second World War. The book offers the first comprehensive account of the emergence of modern war culture, arguing that its exceptional forms and temporalities force us to reappraise British cultural modernity. The book explores how writers like Ford Madox Ford, Siegfried Sassoon, Wilfred Owen, T.E. Lawrence, Winston Churchill, Elizabeth Bowen, Virginia Woolf, James Hanley, Rex Warner, Alexander Baron, Keith Douglas, Henry Green, and Graham Greene contested the dominant narratives of war projected by an enormously powerful and persuasive mass media and culture industry. Patrick Deer reads war literature as one element in an expanded cultural field, which also includes popular culture and mass communications, the productions of war planners and military historians, projections of new technologies of violence, the fantasies and theories of strategists, and the material culture of total war. Modern war cultures, Deer contends, are defined by their drive to normalize conflict and war-making, by their struggle to colonize the entire wartime cultural field, and by their claim to monopolize representations and interpretation of the conflict. But the mobilization of cultural formations during wartime reveals, at times glaringly, the constitutive contradictions at the heart of modern ideas of culture. The Great War failed to produce a popular war culture on the home front, producing instead an extraordinary literature of protest, yet the strategists struggled to regain their oversight over both the enemy across no man's land, and the minds and bodies of their own mass conscript armies. The interwar years saw a massive effort to make strategic fantasies a reality; if the technology of imperial air power or mobile armoured warfare did not yet exist, culture could be mobilized to shore up the ramshackle war machine. During World War Two a fully fledged British war culture emerged triumphant in time of national crisis, offering the vision of a fully mobilized island fortress, a loyal empire, and a modernized war machine ready to wage a futuristic war of space and movement. This was the struggle that British World War Two writers confronted with extraordinary courage and creativity.


“Oh. Well that's ok with me. I like having a sister.” “And I a brother,” she pecked his cheek, unable to deny the inevitable feeling of love that was ...


Author: C. C. Avram

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595005239

Category: Fiction

Page: 356

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Helen Stern has reason to be livid. She was abandoned at birth by her mother. Dubbed a freak by her classmates because she had what they called Hocus Pocus, Helen was never allowed to live a normal existence. Helen prays nightly for an escape, often fantasizing that her birth mother would one-day rescue her from the madness that her life had become. On her fourteenth birthday, Helen meets the exquisite and beautiful billionaress, Andrea Jacobson-Preston with whom she feels immediate kinship. In the picturesque English garden of her Rollan Hills home, Helen feels compelled to pour out her soul to this stranger. Four years later Helen’s life shatters when she learns that the woman at her party was in fact her birth mother. Vowing revenge Helen embarks on a clandestine plan to destroy Andrea Jacobson. Helen turns up on her mother’s doorstep declaring herself the long lost “Prodigal Daughter”. Integrating herself into the family she exemplifies the perfect offspring, loved by everyone, except perhaps the family’s old vanguard, Melissa. All the time, however, Helen is plotting Andrea’s final dimache. When Maya, Helen’s adopted mother unexpectedly dies, Helen learns the truth surrounding her perceived abandonment. Too late to turn back the clock on her clandestine plan, she must prepare herself for the worst for the success of her plan will not only destroy her mother but in the process destroy her very soul.


They exchanged the usual nervous pleasantries, until he mentioned his friend, — an old school pal he'd just bumped into and “was it ok to watch the rugby ...


Author: Natasha White

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 9781496982575

Category: Fiction

Page: 198

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I chose to write this out of frustration, where are all the female serial killers I asked? Seems the only ones I've heard about were abused, tortured, driven to the edge, and from the USA. So I asked myself- is it possible for a normal girl in Ireland to be a killer and yet blend in, and the answer - hypothetically- is yes. If nature and nurture play no part in forming a killer, who or what do you blame? It's also my massive two fingers to "Chick Lit" The characters are fictional, though some are shadowy past encounters. I have drawn on childhood memories but twisted them for the purpose of fiction. My interest in murder and serial killers dates back to my teens, and perhaps in a different life, I could have been a Sophie. I wish to thank anyone in law enforcement for keeping us all safe from the real life terrors, and having more intelligence than my character would give credit. and a word of warning to lonely guys? - be careful who you date.

Contemporary African American Families

It was like a group and I think there was four or five of us ... all these slurs ya know and they think just because they're not doing it in anger it's ok.


Author: Dorothy Smith-Ruiz

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781317200567

Category: Social Science

Page: 200

View: 522

For decades the black community has been perceived, both in the United States and around the world, as one which thinks alike, acts alike and lives alike - in poor and downtrodden environments. Following the persistent effects of the great recession and the American elections of 2008, now more than ever the political and socio-economic state of America is crying out for this deficient and prejudiced conception to be dispelled. Focusing primarily on black families in America, Contemporary African American Families updates empirical research by addressing various aspects including family formation, schooling, health and parenting. Exploring a wide class spectrum among African American families, this text also modernizes and subverts much of the research resulting from Moynihan’s 1965 report, which arguably misunderstood the lived experiences of black people during the movement from slavery to freedom in a Jim Crow society. A timely subversion of the myth that America is successfully in a post-racial era, this new anthology on the Black Family in America will appeal to advanced undergraduate students and research scholars interested in black studies, Africana studies, women and gender studies, sociology, political science, anthropology, criminal justice, education, psychology, public policy, healthy policy and social work.

Saturdays at Noon

There's so much mud on his face it looks like camouflage paint. I snap away, capturing him just as he lets go and begins his descent, as this is the moment ...


Author: Rachel Marks

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 9781405940085

Category: Fiction

Page: 432

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Sink into this heart-warming and captivating story of second chances - perfect for fans of Half A World Away by Mike Gayle and The Rosie Project 'Beautifully written and filled with emotion, I genuinely couldn't recommend Saturdays At Noon enough' 5***** Reader Review ________ Emily just wants to keep the world away. Jake wants to keep his family together. The two of them couldn't be more different. When Emily meets Jake at an anger management class, sparks fly - but not the good kind. And when they're paired together, things go from bad to worse. Emily refuses to share her deepest secrets with a total stranger, and Jake doesn't see how opening up will help him to bond with his six-year-old son, Alfie. But when Alfie meets Emily, something extraordinary happens. Could one small boy change everything? _________ 'Wonderful, compassionate, unpredictable' GRAEME SIMSION, bestselling author of The Rosie Project 'I loved this original, at times painful but truly thought-provoking book' KATIE FFORDE What readers are saying . . . 'Beautifully written and filled with emotion, I genuinely couldn't recommend Saturdays at Noon enough' ***** NetGalley Reader Review 'This is such a special book . . . the characters jump off the page and pull you immediately into their world' ***** NetGalley Reader Review 'This book was FANTASTIC. When I wasn't reading it I couldn't stop thinking about it' ***** NetGalley Reader Review 'Outstanding. I have goosebumps typing this review . . . The story telling is the best I have read in a long time' ***** NetGalley Reader Review Longlisted for the Guardian's 'Not The Booker' prize!


“I only want you to draw me a picture,” she said. “Do what?” I said. ... “O.K.camouflage,” she said. “We were so good at camouflage,” I said, ...


Author: Kurt Vonnegut

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781446420751

Category: Fiction

Page: 300

View: 638

Kurt Vonnegut has surpassed even his own giddy heights of hilariously bitter irony in Bluebeard. It is a novel so funny and yet so terribly serious that you will read it - then reconsider your own life.

Outdoor Oklahoma

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$ 25 $ 25 Whether you own a pond or just like to fish in ponds , you'll want to ...




ISBN: MINN:31951P01137109P

Category: Fishing


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I didn't want to upset her any more than I have. ... Everything floats elongated by time, but it won't last; it's just too heavy to hold.


Author: Jason Paulino

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781491763919

Category: Fiction


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When an unlikely purple object appears suddenly in the sky above the earth, suspicions immediately arise in the human population. People worldwide come to realize that our planet has visitors from another planet—although whether they are friend or foe is unclear at first. With no warning, cyborg robots descend upon Earth, and it becomes apparent these visitors are not here to make peace. First, they shut down Earth’s electrical grid and put themselves into power. Next, their real mission begins: the abduction of sixteen-year-old boys, for reasons unknown. Among them are three special young men. Mike, Charlie, and Leo are each different in their own ways, but they are three of the chosen, removed from Earth. With their captors, they travel to a new purple planet. They leave behind the families and friends they love and are forced into a new life of mystery and fear. What do the cyborgs really want, and will humanity survive the disaster of loss? 2012 NexTV Writing Competition Winner. Jason Paulino


... with the back window smashed out isn't exactly a good form of camouflage. ... “That sounds like a good idea, my only reservation is that it gives our ...



Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781462809585

Category: Fiction

Page: 244

View: 139

The orders always came to her in their usual way, “Here is the target, extinguish it, you have forty eight hours to reply”. Sounded like a cheap imitation of a cheesy spy movie to her, but then again why change things when they work so well. Xanie’s job, as it were, was to seek and destroy according to them. She had never met ‘them’, but as long as the money showed up when and where it was supposed to was fine by her. She didn’t need to meet them or to know them... Until now!! Xanie started all her missions in pretty much the same style; which was to get to know the target, find out how they thought, their routines, their loves, their interests, and most importantly to satisfy her insatiable curiosity was why they were marked for death. This new assignment, given to her almost before the other was completed, looked bad, smelled bad, and took Xanie for a journey she wouldn’t soon forget. But then again she had always enjoyed a challenge.

Waxing Gibbous

"By the way, just out of curiosity, you were just kidding when you said you had crabs, right? ... It's kinda hidden." "Like camouflage, right?" joked Kyle.


Author: Christopher D. Roe

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781504967327

Category: Fiction

Page: 244

View: 411

We all have a powerful connection that exists just beyond in the hereafter. Often it is the soul of a loved one who has passed on and looks over those who are lucky enough to have a guardian angel. But a few of us are not so lucky, for in the void lurk malevolent entities in search of human prey. One such demon has its sights set on ten-year-old Alice Bennett. Its mission is to drain the child of her faith in God, along with any and all hope for survival, and it must accomplish this before the waxing gibbous phase of the moon ensues. As its time is short, it devises a plan in which it will tell her three frightening true stories. Will these nightmarish stories be enough to break down Alice’s defenses, leaving her open to eternal demonic possession? Or does the pure innocence of a child reserve a clandestine defense greater than the awesome power of a malevolent eternal entity?

Is It Really Love That You Find in a Chat Room

There's not one bit of sissy in this body asshole, I'm just not fighting tonight my fingers hurt from last night. Camo laughed and said ok, but I'm hungry.


Author: Martha

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781664173316

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 108

View: 395

Based on a true story of hundreds of people with their own issues, who tend to turn to a chatsite to pass the time. You will be introduced to a couple named Martha and Jeb. You will follow their journey thru the chat life, With many twists turns and craziness.

It s O K I m a Doctor

By the way, I'd like a bass boat, a new truck, a box of shotgun shells or anything made of camouflage. Back to science. Once, as a young man, ...


Author: B.B. Howard

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 146283065X

Category: Fiction

Page: 82

View: 433

If you can remember a screen door slamming shut and your mother yelling after you, In or out, youre letting flies in the kitchen, then you will enjoy this collection of short stories about growing up in the Deep South at a time when things were a little slower and much simpler. Most are true as best as I can recall and you are certain to find something that reminds you of yourself or someone you know.