Half human

Author: Bruce Coville
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks
ISBN: 9780590955881
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Bruce Coville has edited an impressive collection of ten short stories about half-human creatures who struggle with the dual aspects of their existence.

Daniel Half Human

Author: David Chotjewitz
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0689857470
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Young Daniel Kraushaar and his friends dream of joining the Hitler Youth in 1930s Germany, but when Daniel learns his mother is Jewish his connections to the Nazis will have fateful consequences.

Half Human Monsters and Other Fiends

Author: Ruth Owen
Publisher: Bearport Publishing
ISBN: 1617727253
Format: PDF, ePub
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Examines the many rumored monsters said to inhabit the world, including the Mothman, Bigfoot, the Chupacabra, and the Mongolian Death Worm.

She ra

Author: Salena Williams
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1453530681
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Shera is a beautiful young girl who came into the world carrying a curse from the spell the voodoo priestess WuTu Amutar of Stellenbosch, South Africa; she had placed this curse on Sheras ancestors who lived generations before she was born. While Shera was growing up in a village in Stellenbosch, South Africa, her mother, MumDo, shelters Shera from her unique and usual human conditions that does not allow her to run free from the bondages of her half-human side. The village people are frightened from the many mysterious dead animal parts often found throughout their village, where their children often play with their playmates. The local doctor, Dr. Zotlar Amutar, runs a free health clinic in which he tries to keep the villagers calm and healthy. Sheras beauty is challenged by the jealousy of an attractive young girl, Testa Cronwell, who does not want to see Shera succeed in life, nor does she want Shera to find love. Testa Cronwell wants to seduce Sheras handsome cousin Lazar Dumonga. Somehow, Shera is not quite bothered by the distractions of others because she is an ambitious young girl who dreams of finishing school. She is surprised by an inheritance she never saw coming, which has allowed her to travel outside the country of South Africa. There is one thing that some individuals will experience from Sheras half-human side that they never saw coming nor will they ever be able to tell about the destruction of life beyond recognition. Shera meets the distinguished professor Joseph Damant, who gives her the attention she needs to help her to start a career as a CEO of the Wellington Wines International. Professor Damant is her first crush until she visits New Orleans. In New Orleans, she will meet a father she never knew, Priest Adam Moore, and she will meet an interesting multimillionaire, Lucas Cane. The parties attended by Shera will show her ability to enter into a crowded room with beauty and grace. She will show how family and friends mean so much to her. Sheras half-human side will show how she does not tolerate bad decisions and bad actions made by others who cross her path.

Weekly World News

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Rooted in the creative success of over 30 years of supermarket tabloid publishing, the Weekly World News has been the world's only reliable news source since 1979. The online hub www.weeklyworldnews.com is a leading entertainment news site.

What Is a Human

Author: John H. Evans
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190608080
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What is a human? Are humans those with human DNA, those in possession of traits like rationality, or those made in the image of God? The debate over what makes human beings unique has raged for centuries. Many think that if society accepts the wrong definition of what it is to be human, people will look at their neighbor as more of an animal, object, or machine-making maltreatment more likely. In the longest running claim, for over 150 years critics have claimed that taking a Darwinist definition results in people treating each other more like animals. Despite their seriousness, these claims have never been empirically investigated. In this groundbreaking book John H. Evans shows that the definitions promoted by biologists and philosophers actually are associated with less support for human rights. Members of the public who agree with these definitions are less willing to sacrifice to stop genocides and are more supportive of buying organs from poor people, of experimenting on prisoners against their will, and of torturing people to potentially save lives. It appears that the critics are right. However, Evans finds that few Americans agree with these academic definitions. Looking at how most of the public defines humanity, we see a much more nuanced picture. In a fascinating account, he shows that the dominant definitions are unlikely to lead to human rights abuses. He concludes that the critics are right about the definitions of a human promoted by academic biologists and philosophers, and are therefore justified in their vigilance. However, because at present few Americans agree with these definitions, the academic definitions would have to spread much more extensively before impacting how the general public acts. Evans' book is a major corrective to the more than century-long debate about the impact of definitions of a human.

Half Human Half Robot Killing Machines

Author: D. Mae Ward
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781978212305
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This is about a child that was born on a sister to the planet earth where humans are half robots. she discovers something about herself that cause her to be in danger and having to run for her life.