Where To Take Out Loans Or Top 10 Most Oldest Banks In The World

If you owe the bank $100, that’s your problem. If you owe the bank $100m, that’s the bank’s problem. JOKE

A bank is a financial house which made loans to borrowers and traders who carried goods between cities. As well, modern banks provide financial planning and investment management services what include mortgages, loans, and other services. Continue reading Where To Take Out Loans Or Top 10 Most Oldest Banks In The World

Top 10 Most Valuable Brands

Hotscore.Org valued the most valuable brands span the globe, based on their income and the popularity of the brands in their industry. Facebook’s jump from 12th to 10th this is the huge success, as well as Apple has overtaken Microsoft this year to become the world’s most valuable brand. Technology brands dominate the top 10, but there is also a surprise entrant. Continue reading Top 10 Most Valuable Brands

Matter of Resistance – Raymond Vogel

Matter of ResistanceAuthor: Raymond Vogel

Length: Roughly 318 pages

Blurb:

The young adult science fiction imagining of a former rocket scientist, Matter of Resistance pushes technology and human nature to the limits as it chronicles our Mars settlement’s struggle for independence from Earth. Get a glimpse of humanity’s Vulcan-like future through the eyes of Mars’ best hope for sustaining their way of life. Continue reading Matter of Resistance – Raymond Vogel

Unworthy – Joanne Armstrong

Unworthy: Marked to die. Raised to survive. (Volume 1)Author: Joanne Armstrong

Length: Roughly 315 pages

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Nearly two hundred years after a killer disease swept the planet, an island nation continues its isolated survival due to the ruthless dedication of the military. The laws and culture of the country are based on the survival of the fittest, distrust of disease, and control of the general population. Continue reading Unworthy – Joanne Armstrong

The Holy Mark – Gregory Alexander

The Holy Mark: The Tragedy of a Fallen PriestAuthor: Gregory Alexander

Length: Roughly 247 pages

Blurb:

Father Tony probably should have never been a priest. With his family’s money, courtesy of ties to the New Orleans mob, he could have pursued his interest in literature or even worked with young boys—only free of all those silly Church strictures. But there was no priest in the Miggliore family, much to the shame of his immigrant Italian grandmother. So at his birth, when the old woman beheld a peculiar mark on his head and declared it to be a sign from God—a “segno sacro” in the only language she knew—this grandson’s destiny was set. Continue reading The Holy Mark – Gregory Alexander