Written by Drew Wagar under official license from the creators of, and based in the vast universe of, the seminal space trading computer game Elite: Dangerous Lady Kahina Loren, born into the Prism system's powerful ruling family, is desperate to throw off the shackles of her privileged lifestyle and discover herself, but ambition crumbles when she faces death at the hands of the one person she thought she could trust. With the advanced technology of the third millennium, death is not always as final as it seems, but when that technology malfunctions, is death the better option? Follow Drew on his website here: www.drewwagar.com. Music by Allen Stroud. Cover design by Heather Murphy. A Radio Theatre Workshop production for Fantastic Books Audio. All rights reserved. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Toby Longworth. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/050919/bk_acx0_050919_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
At the official website for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall (http://thewall-usa.com/), the following description is given regarding the symbols that either precede or follow each of the 58,272 names that are indelibly etched into The Wall: "WHAT ARE THE SYMBOLS BY THE NAMES?" The diamonds and pluses (crosses) indicate whether a person is confirmed dead (those who died in accidents are included) or missing/whereabouts unknown. The diamond indicates a person's death was confirmed. The pluses (crosses) indicate that a person remains missing and unaccounted for and in no way are meant to be a religious symbol. A plus (cross) symbol can be easily turned into a diamond if a person is declared dead (such as the return of their remains). A circle (as a symbol of life) will be inscribed around the plus if the person comes back alive. As of this time, no circle appears on the wall. On the West wall the symbols precede the names, while on the East wall they follow the names. This is the story of how three American Green Berets (of which I was one), along with our ARVN (Army of the Republic of Vietnam) counterparts, and one hundred sixty Montagnard Strikers, succeeded in accomplishing what a Battalion of the 4th Division could not do - and in the process, insured that A Diamond on The Wall preceded the name of one fallen American Warrior; and how that recovery mission still impacts my life today. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lawrence T. Vosen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/002200/bk_acx0_002200_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Death Is Not a Joyride is an Austin, Texas-based experimental art rock four piece. Because of a diverse arrangement of instruments and tendency to explore different genres, the band has been described as having elements of post-rock, punk, goth, indie, trip-hop and electronica. In additional to doing their first two tours in 2008, the band recently played at an official SXSW showcase and has played with several notable bands including Gang Gang Dance, The Dresden Dolls, Faun Fables, Titus Andronicus, Xiu Xiu, The Paper Chase, Carla Bozulich, Gram Rabbit and Mothfight. In December of 2009, the band announced that vocalist Kacy Ritter had left the band, and they would continue as an instrumental four piece. Later that month, they released two new songs on their website.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! "To the Death" is an episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, the 23rd episode of the fourth season. It has an average fan rating of 4/5 on the official Star Trek website. Quick Overview: Sisko and his crew join a Jem'Hadar team to prevent renegade Jem'Hadar from using a gateway that can transport them anywhere in the galaxy.After a Jem'Hadar warship attacks Deep Space Nine, Sisko pursues the vessel into the Gamma Quadrant aboard the Defiant with Worf, Dax, Odo, and O'Brien. The crew comes upon a disabled Jem'Hadar warship which is transmitting a distress signal. The Defiant then transports aboard the survivors, six Jem'Hadar and Weyoun, their Vorta master. Weyoun reveals that they were attacked by the same Jem'Hadar who surprised Deep Space Nine.
Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death (commonly shortened to The Curse of Fatal Death) is a four-episode special of Doctor Who made for the Red Nose Day charity telethon in the United Kingdom, and broadcast on BBC One on 12 March 1999. It follows in a long tradition of popular British television programmes producing short, light-hearted specials for such telethon events. It has a special status amongst Doctor Who-themed charity productions. It has twice been featured on the cover of Doctor Who Magazine - an unusual feat even for a regular episode of the programme. It is the only parodic story to be covered by "DWM Archives", a section of DWM normally reserved for discussion of past episodes of the regular series. Similarly, it is the only parody to be given an extensive behind-the-scenes article on the BBC official website, and its own video release through BBC Video. It is also the only BBC-commissioned live-action Doctor Who production between the Doctor Who television movie and "Rose". Finally, it serves as a production - if not narrative - bridge between the 1963 and 2005 versions of the program