DeWayne Julius Rogers is an American singer, songwriter, record producer and multi-instrumentalist. He is best known for the tender acoustic piano-based ballad "Say You Love Me," a charting single from his 1975 RCA album It's Good to Be Alive. Natalie Cole's cover of the song was the first single from her album "Snowfall in the Sahara".
Los Angeles-born D.J. Rogers began his musical journey like so many of his contemporaries – in the world of gospel: as a teenaged member of the Los Angeles Community Choir, he was featured on five albums for Savoy Records before recording with the ‘godfather of contemporary gospel,’ the Reverend James Cleveland.
In this second adventure in the Pendragon Quartet, readers find 14-year-old Bobby Pendragon traveling through the "flume" to Cloral with his Uncle Press, in pursuit of Saint Dane. This waterworld with a vague Australian/Atlantis air will likely intrigue fans who enjoyed the aquatic world of Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and the teamwork escape aspect of Journey to the Center of the Earth. Bobby is still uncertain about what happened to his family after he was recruited as a "Traveler," a heroic role that first pitted him against the shapechanging monster, Saint Dane, in the series' debut, The Merchant of Death. It's a radically different life from that of junior high student in Stony Brook, Conn., where his friends Mark and Courtney eagerly await the journals in which he updates them with the latest events from various colorful "Territories." In the fabled city of Faar, beneath the waves, Bobby meets Spader, who is also a Traveler, and quickly becomes his first mate.
Ce livre est la toute première biographie exhaustive consacrée à George Hunt Williamson, l'auteur du best-seller ""Les Gîtes secrets du lion"". La plupart des informations sont dues à la persévérance, à la passion et au travail de fourmi du chercheur et auteur Michel Zirger. Le lecteur y trouvera un grand nombre de révélations, notamment sur George Adamski, sur les empreintes de pas extraterrestres relevées à Desert Center le 20 novembre 1952 et dont les photographies sont ici montrées pour la première fois en clair et en gros plan, sur le « croisement » …