The Year of the Storm

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ISBN: 9781101613139
Release Date: 2013-06-04
Number of pages: 320
Author: John Mantooth
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online The Year of the Storm in PDF and EPUB In this haunting, suspenseful debut novel, John Mantooth takes readers to a town in rural Alabama where secrets are buried deep, reality is relative, and salvation requires a desperate act of faith. When Danny was fourteen, his mother and sister disappeared during a violent storm. The police were baffled. There were no clues, and most people figured they were dead. Only Danny still holds out hope that they’ll return. Months later, a disheveled Vietnam vet named Walter Pike shows up at Danny’s front door, claiming to know their whereabouts. The story he tells is so incredible that Danny knows he shouldn’t believe him. Others warn him about Walter Pike’s dark past, his shameful flight from town years ago, and the suspicious timing of his return. But he’s Danny’s last hope, and Danny needs to believe…


1913

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ISBN: 9781847659811
Release Date: 2013-07-18
Number of pages: 270
Author: Florian Illies
Publisher: Profile Books

Download and read online 1913 in PDF and EPUB A witty yet moving narrative worked up from sketched biographical fragments, 1913 is an intimate vision of a world that is about to change forever. The stuffy conventions of the nineteenth century are receding into the past, and 1913 heralds a new age of unlimited possibility. Kafka falls in love; Louis Armstrong learns to play the trumpet; a young seamstress called Coco Chanel opens her first boutique; Charlie Chaplin signs his first movie contract; and new drugs like cocaine usher in an age of decadence. Yet everywhere there is the premonition of ruin - the number 13 is omnipresent, and in London, Paris and Vienna, artists take the omen and act as if there were no tomorrow. In a Munich hotel lobby, Rilke and Freud discuss beauty and transience; Proust sets out in search of lost time; and while Stravinsky celebrates the Rite of Spring with industrial cacophony, an Austrian postcard painter by the name of Adolf Hitler sells his conventional cityscapes.


Learning to Dance in the Rain

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ISBN: 0615988083
Release Date: 2013-09-05
Number of pages: 194
Author: Melanie L. Bennett
Publisher: Melanie Bennett

Download and read online Learning to Dance in the Rain in PDF and EPUB I would like to invite you to join me on the journey of ups and downs, heartaches and thrills I experienced through a year of caring for a child with autism. This journal is my story as a caregiver, weathering the storm with a seven year-old girl with autism. Whether you know nothing at all about autism or feel well-versed on the topic, I believe you will find my story educational, enlightening, and heartwarming.


The Year of the Bad Decision

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ISBN: 9780982967430
Release Date: 2013-02-19
Number of pages: 350
Author: Charles Sobczak
Publisher: BookBaby

Download and read online The Year of the Bad Decision in PDF and EPUB The year is 2043. The climate we once took for granted is in shambles. People no longer talk about the weather—they tremble at it. In an effort to cool down the overheated planet, the Center for Meteorological Controls is set to launch the largest geoengineering project in mankind’s history. One of their young scientists, Dr. Warren Randolf, discovers a disastrous flaw in the design that could have grave consequences for the ten billion people living on earth. This is the thrilling tale of the people who made the decision to proceed. It is a story of betrayal, bravery and folly. Read it and you will change the way you think about climate change forever.


Feather in the Storm

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ISBN: 9780307484727
Release Date: 2009-01-16
Number of pages: 352
Author: Emily Wu
Publisher: Anchor

Download and read online Feather in the Storm in PDF and EPUB Emily Wu’s account of her childhood under Mao opens on her third birthday, as she meets her father for the first time in a concentration camp. A well-known academic, her father had been designated an “ultra-rightist” and class enemy. As a result, Wu’s family would be torn apart and subjected to unending humiliation and abuse. Wu recounts this hidden holocaust in which millions of children and their families died. Feather in the Storm is an unforgettable story of the courage of one child in a quicksand world of endless terror. From the Trade Paperback edition.


THE I OF THE STORM

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ISBN: 9783110374827
Release Date: 2014-01-01
Number of pages: 169
Author: David Lester
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

Download and read online THE I OF THE STORM in PDF and EPUB This book examines the diaries from eight individuals who killed themselves. Using both qualitative analyses and quantitative analyses, Lester uncovers the unique thoughts and feelings that led these individuals to take their own lives. Lester also analyzes suicide notes, poems and letters written by suicides, blogs and twitter feeds, and one tape recording of a young man who killed himself just an hour or so after he recorded the tape.


Before the Storm

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ISBN: 9781602231030
Release Date: 2010-04-15
Number of pages: 425
Author: Fredericka Martin
Publisher: University of Alaska Press

Download and read online Before the Storm in PDF and EPUB From June of 1941 through the following summer, Fredericka Martin lived with her husband, Dr. Samuel Berenberg, on remote St. Paul Island in Alaska. During that time, Martin delved into the complex history of the Unangan people, and Before the Storm draws from her personal accounts of that year and her research to present a fascinating portrait of a time and a people facing radical change. A government-ordered evacuation of all Aleuts from the island in the face of World War II, which Martin recounts in her journal, proved but the first step in a long struggle by native peoples to gain independence, and, as editor Raymond L. Hudson explains, Martin came to play a significant role in the effort.


Continuity During the Storm

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ISBN: 0313315086
Release Date: 2000-01-01
Number of pages: 203
Author: John R. Ballard
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

Download and read online Continuity During the Storm in PDF and EPUB Explores the life of Francois Boissy d'Anglas, a moderate political leader who served France throughout the Revolution, the Empire, and the Restoration.


The Hoofs and Guns of the Storm

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ISBN: 1893121062
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 276
Author: Arnie Bernstein
Publisher: Lake Claremont Press

Download and read online The Hoofs and Guns of the Storm in PDF and EPUB Explores Chicago's role in the Union's struggle toward victory in the Civil War and in Abraham Lincoln's bid for the Presidency and offers a guide to historic sites in the Chicago area.


The Storm Book

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ISBN: 1435208099
Release Date: 2007-06-28
Number of pages: 28
Author: Charlotte Zolotow
Publisher:

Download and read online The Storm Book in PDF and EPUB Depicts a summer storm from the first clap of thunder to the final rainbow.


1979 the Year of the People s Storm

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ISBN: OCLC:39702255
Release Date: 1979
Number of pages: 30
Author: Robert Gabriel Mugabe
Publisher:

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Eye of the Storm

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ISBN: 9780684863665
Release Date: 2002-05-07
Number of pages: 352
Author: Robert Knox Sneden
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Eye of the Storm in PDF and EPUB In this historical treasure, now restored to posterity, text and drawings by a Union cartographer record the daily life of Civil war soldiers, the firsthand observation of officers, and the battles he witnessed from Yorkville to Bull Run. 85 full-color illustrations.


In the Eye of the Storm

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ISBN: 9780838757222
Release Date: 2009
Number of pages: 411
Author: Sharon G. Feldman
Publisher: Bucknell University Press

Download and read online In the Eye of the Storm in PDF and EPUB "Barcelona, the cultural epicenter of Catalunya, is presently experiencing the most dynamic and polemical period in its modern theater history. It is the commanding hub of an energetic theater scene that in recent years has witnessed an exuberant outpouring of new dramatists, a steady crescendo in theater attendance, and a continual increase in the international presence of Catalan directors, playwrights, and companies. Barcelona's post-Olympian cultural landscape, moreover, comprises several architecturally striking theater projects. The diversity of opportunities to stage plays in Catalan at an assortment of city spaces is unprecedented, ranging in variety from commercial locales to publicly funded stages to experimental "alternative" venues. Since its origins in the nineteenth century, modem Catalan drama has frequently exhibited a cosmopolitan and even transnational impulse, engaging in an artistic dialogue with international theater traditions of both past and present and forging its identity vis-a-vis its intercultural associations. The path along which the contemporary Catalan theater scene has struggled to recover and reconstitute the professional legitimacy and visibility that it lost during the Franco dictatorship has been a complex process, never lacking in melodramatic excess, witnessed both on and off the stage. The Barcelona stage, throughout its contemporary evolution, has been immersed in a stormy climate, whose relentlessly frenetic atmospheric activity at times may impede one from acquiring the distance necessary to see beyond the hurricane." --Book Jacket.


After the Storm

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ISBN: 9781480823747
Release Date: 2016-04-07
Number of pages: 312
Author: Cary Flanagan
Publisher: Archway Publishing

Download and read online After the Storm in PDF and EPUB A young contemporary quilt artist receives an extraordinary gift passed down to her through four generations: her great-great-grandmother Hannah’s antique treadle sewing machine, a treasured quilt that Hannah had made, a manuscript dictated “in her own words” shortly before her death, and a fragile collection of Hannah’s original quilt designs. Riveted by her ancestor’s fascinating memoir, Becca learns that Hannah Applegate Benson Stone weathered many personal storms in her life. Orphaned during the tumultuous years of the Civil War, and raised by a caring aunt in a small 19th Century New England farming community, she grew from a frightened child to a confident and successful quilt designer. At a time when women had few opportunities available to them, she witnessed and participated in many changes as her limited world expanded. After the Storm shares the unforgettable story of a quilter’s journey through some of the most challenging times in American history. It is a poignant tale of love, loss, and resilience. Now Becca must find a way to honor her great-great-grandmother’s life, spirit, and creative gifts. They are Becca’s legacy. “... This tender portrayal of love, loss, and resilience and the potential healing power of family, friends, and community, invite you to ponder the gifts and challenges of your own ancestry.” --Edie Hartshorne, MSW, musician, artist, and author of Light in Blue Shadows “...A lovely story of a young ... quilter ... and her life in rural nineteenth century New Hampshire ...” --Morna McEver Golletz, Founder/CEO International Association of Creative Arts Professionals and Creative Arts Business Summit


Orphans of the Storm

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ISBN: 9781630410100
Release Date:
Number of pages: 268
Author: Ravi Dhar
Publisher: Blackbuck Publication

Download and read online Orphans of the Storm in PDF and EPUB A novel about a boy who finds his family completely devastated by the outbreak of militancy in Kashmir valley. Its about his efforts to support his fathers efforts to eke out a living in the migrant camps of Jammu and to educate himself. In the inhospitable environment of Jammu, though he succeeds in earning a Masters degree in English, he sees no hope of settlement. He gets selected as a Lecturer in English in Nagaland University, where he falls in love in the midst of an overwhelming environment of political intrigue and racial conflict. The abrupt end of this love affair hits him hard. But as if this was not enough, he gets isolated in the campus politics that views him with suspicion for proximity to both the groups of faculty. The murder of the Dean draws him into a shell. Life begins to smile yet again when he completes his doctoral thesis and happens to travel together with his future wife from Nagaland to Delhi. The breakdown of the train by which they are travelling gives them the time to come close and by the time they are travelling back from home, the bond between them is already sealed.