Angelbound (Angelbound Origins #1) by Christina Bauer***Extended version with an all-new wedding epilogue!!!***
Eighteen-year-old Myla Lewis loves to fight evil souls in Purgatorys Arena. For her, thats easy. Then she meets Lincoln, whos not only a prince ... hes also part angel and a demon hunter. Life just got complicated.
5. The Dark Lands
6. The Brutal Time
8. Quasi Redux
Also From Christina Bauer
- Fairy Tales of the Magicorum, a series of modern fairy tales with sass, action, and romance
- Beholder, where a medieval farm girl discovers necromancy and true love
- Dimension Drift, a dystopian adventure with science, snark, and hot aliens
Jon Lovitz is Tommy Flanagan - A Classic
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From Nature. The grey, sulphur-laden skies overlying parts of Asia have a bright side — they reflect sunlight back into space, moderating temperatures on the ground. Scientists are now exploring how and where pollution from power plants could offset, for a time, the greenhouse warming of the carbon dioxide they emit. If new power plants were to operate without controlling pollution such as sulphur dioxide SO 2 and nitrogen oxides NO X , the study finds, the resulting haze would reflect enough sunlight to overpower the warming effect of CO 2 and exert local cooling. But this effect would not be felt uniformly across the globe and would last only a few decades.