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Crystal is unusual; she has silvery blonde hair and blue eyes. There isn't anyone like her in the Town except for her mum and everyone says her mum is either crazy - or a witch. Crystal knows that the Town leader has something to do with her mother's madness but how can she prove it? And how can she stop him when the Town Guard tramps the streets day and night, there's a curfew, and a strange creature in their house spies on them and records their every move?
When Crystal thinks she glimpses someone looking up at her from the depths of Lop Lake, she is amazed but strangely hopeful. Could this be the help she's been waiting for?
Praise for Katie Price
'A fabulous guilty holiday pleasure' - heat
Unabashedly laden with sex and OTT with glitz... Go on run yourself a bath full of bubbles and indulge in this page-turner - Now
'Glam, glitz, gorgeous people... so Jordan!' - Woman
'A real insight into the celebrity world' - OK!
'Brilliantly bitchy' - New
'The perfect sexy summer read' New Woman
'A fun, blisteringly paced yet fluffy novel' Cosmopolitan
'Celebrity fans, want the perfect night in? Flick back those hair extensions, pull on the Juicy Couture trackie, then join Angel on her rocky ride to WAG central' - Scottish Daily
'A page-turner... it is brilliant. Genuinely amusing and readable' Evening Standard
Killashandra was the most gifted Crystal Singer on Ballybran.With her partner, Lars Dahl, she held the record for cutting the terrible, fascinating, and infinitely rare black crystals - crystals that could destroy the brain of a Singer if they were not properly controlled.Killashandra and Lars Dahl together were an invincible pair.
So when, on the distant planet of Opal, a new, beautiful, unfathomable manifestation was discovered, Lars and Killashandra were the team asked to explore the 'Jewel Junk'.All those who had previously encountered it had died.Only the Crystal Singers, with the immune system of Ballybran in their blood, were thought to stand a chance of survival.The 'Jewel Junk' was brilliant and mysterious, and became even more so when fed with some of Ballybran's precious crystals.But it was to be twenty-five years before the planet Opal released one of its secrets - a secret that was to prove the salvation of Ballybran and the Crystal Singers.
At last - a book that explains the mysteries of Crystal Healing in a language that anyone can understand. Marianna Sheldrake has been healing with crystals for over twenty years. Now she shares her understanding and knowledge without the trappings of obscure terminology.
Her fresh approach to this subject offers advice and instruction to the novice and practitioner alike. She takes the reader on a journey of exploration, from choosing a crystal to understanding its relationship with the universal energies.
Awareness of, and interest in, the therapeutic properties of crystals have grown enormously in the last few years as users have discovered the wide range of their beneficial effects.
From his experience as Founder of The Crystal Research Foundation and Director of Crystal 2000, Geoffrey Keyte is able to explain electrocrystal therapy, and to detail healing methods, massage and relaxation. There are also insights into the origins of crystal therapy and its application to yoga and the chakras.
With none of the obscurity which so often accompanies works on crystal healing, this book will be of immediate interest and benefit to New Age discoverers and all concerned with a balanced natural therapy for a healthy self.
Killashandra thought her world had ended when she was told she would never become a concert singer.And then she met the stranger from off-world.
He said he was a Crystal Singer - one of the unique ones of the Galaxy - and when Killashandra tried to find out what a Crystal Singer was the answers were vague, obscure.All she could discover was that they were special people, shrouded in mystery, and danger, and beauty - and something altogether incomprehensible.
It was then that she decided that she too must try and become a Crystal Singer.
Fact: Five thousand years ago, the Mayans carved thirteen crystal skulls.
Fact: To protect humankind, they sent them to the four corners of the globe.
Fact: They gave a precise date for when they thought the world would end: 21 December 2012.
Fact: They said that this time the destruction will be of man's making.
Fact: Only when all thirteen skulls are reunited can the world be saved from its fate.
For the last 500 years one skull has been missing. Now it's about to be found ...
The ancient Mayans predicted the End of Days with uncanny precision: 21 December 2012.
But they also provided the key to staving off apocalypse: a flawless sapphire of incomparable beauty carved into the perfect likeness of a human skull.
For more than four centuries, the skull and its legacy of dark intrigue and murder have been hidden, protected by a code few can break.
Now it's about to be found.
Join Ava and Oliver as they return to Hatchtopia in the third book in the Hatchimals fiction series. And they have a new magical friend - an Owlicorn!
When they take their new Hatchimal friend on her first adventure to Hatchtopia, then soon find themselves with a mystery to solve. There are special crystals missing from Crystal Canyon! Can Ava and Oliver help the Hatchimals track them down . . . and keep their mischievous little Owlicorn out of trouble at the same time?
This book also comes with exclusive collector cards!
Published: 29 Sep 2005
She was one of the Crystal Singers, the élite, mysterious ones, who cut the crystals from the planet Ballybran - precious glittering crystals without which the universe could not function.
Sent to the planet of Optheria to repair the famous crystal organ, she was - at first - accorded all the honour and pomp due to her rank.Then her life became threatened and she found herself isolated at the very heart of the planet, knowing that she alone had the power to confront and destroy the evil that had permeated the world of Optheria.
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
"A book with a thousand laughs entwined with unknown stories about some of the most popular movies of the past decades." --Steve Martin
"This book is kick-ass funny and truly unique. A Hollywood autobiography with only one wife, no rehab, a loving family and loyal friends." --Robin Williams
"Billy Crystal is a national treasure. Thank God he wrote this hilarious and emotional book because now I don't have to and I'll still have something personal to give everyone at Christmas." --Bette Midler
In this book Billy Crystal, currently starring in the new TV show THE COMEDIANS as an aging comic, gives a hilarious and heartfelt account of what it's REALLY like to get older.
Billy Crystal is turning 65, and he’s not happy about it. With his trademark wit and heart, he outlines the absurdities and challenges that come with growing old, from insomnia to memory loss to leaving dinners with half your meal on your shirt.
He also looks back at the most powerful and memorable moments of his long and storied life, from entertaining his relatives as a kid in Long Beach, Long Island, his years doing stand-up in the Village, up through his legendary stint at Saturday Night Live, When Harry Met Sally, and his long run as host of the Academy Awards. Readers get a front-row seat to his one-day career with the New York Yankees, his love affair with Sophia Loren, and his enduring friendships with several of his idols, including Mickey Mantle and Muhammad Ali.
He lends a light touch to more serious topics like religion (“the aging friends I know have turned to the Holy Trinity: Advil, bourbon, and Prozac”), grandparenting, and, of course, dentistry. As wise and poignant as they are funny, Crystal’s reflections are an unforgettable look at an extraordinary life well lived.
When and why did 'thou' disappear from Standard English? Would a Victorian Cockney have said 'observation' or 'hobservation'? Was Jane Austen making a mistake when she wrote 'Jenny and James are walked to Charmonth this afternoon'?
This superbly well-informed - and also wonderfully entertaining - history of the English language answers all these questions, showing how the many strands of English (Standard English, dialect and slang among them) developed to create the richly-varied language of today.
Welcome to the world of the elite...
As a model, Jemma is used to being the centre of attention. And when Dominic Vane, the world-famous photographer, asks her to pose for him, she knows it’s not just her pictures he’s interested in.
But in a world where pleasure is pursued above all else, will falling for Dominic’s masterful touch come at too high a cost?
From the glamorous South of France to the luxuries of Monte Carlo, A Private View will take you on a wild journey of sexual discovery. A classic Black Lace romance.
Venetia Halliday is a go-getting entrepreneur who's trying to make it in London's fiercely competitive restaurant business. Her new chef - East End wide-boy Micky Quinn - is tricking his way into her business and her bed. He's cheeky, well-built, horny and confident - and Venetia's polished and calm appearance is being ruffled by his rogueish charm.
Venetia is determined that her Camden Town restaurant will take the prestigious Blue Ribbon Award. But with barriers broken down in every area of her personal life and wild sexual abandon on the menu, can she keep her mind on the job on hand, or will her 'bit of rough' snatch the glory from under her nose?
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Rosie Cooper isn’t afraid of getting her hands dirty. So when a rival gardening company begins stealing her clients, she doesn’t hesitate to confront the man in charge.
But Ben Hunter is a charmer. Having persuaded Rosie’s female customers to switch to him, will he also succeed in seducing Rosie into submission?
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'Grandpa stopped speaking the day he killed my brother, John. His name was John until Grandpa said he looked more like a Bird with the way he kept jumping off things, and the name stuck. Bird’s thick, black hair poked out in every direction, just like the head feathers of the blackbirds, Grandpa said, and he bet that one day Bird would fly like one too. Grandpa kept talking like that, and no one paid him much notice until Bird jumped off a cliff, the cliff at the edge of the tallgrass prairie, the cliff that dropped a good couple hundred feet to a dried-up riverbed below. From that day on, Grandpa never spoke another word. Not one.
The day that Bird tried to fly, the grown-ups were out looking for him – all of them except Mom and Granny. That’s because that very day, I was born.'
Twelve-year-old Jewel never knew her brother, but all her life she has lived in his shadow. Then one night, on her birthday, she finds a mysterious boy sitting in her oak tree. His name is John. And he changes everything.