All That Was Lost

A famous medium is haunted by the truth in this “beautiful and compelling story that delves into what is real, what we are willing to believe” (Liz Fenwick, author of The Cornish House).

All That Was Lost

Author: Alison May

Publisher: Legend Press Ltd

ISBN: 178719874X

Page: 244

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A famous medium is haunted by the truth in this “beautiful and compelling story that delves into what is real, what we are willing to believe” (Liz Fenwick, author of The Cornish House). In the 1960s, teenager Patience Bickersleigh discovers her talent for telling people what they want to hear. Fifty years later she is the famous medium known to the world as Patrice Leigh. But cracks are forming in the carefully constructed barriers that keep her real history at bay. Leo is the journalist hired to write Patrice’s biography. Struggling to reconcile the demands of his family, his grief for his lost son, and a celebrity subject who refuses to open up, Leo starts digging for his own answers. But Patrice is hiding much more than her given name—and Leo is harboring a few secrets of his own in this “bold, beautiful, and thought-provoking novel” (Rowan Coleman, author of The Day We Met).

All for Love Or The World Well Lost

Come , give me all my felf . Let me not live , If the young Bridegroom , longing for
his Night , Was ever half fo fond . Dola . I must be silent for my soul is busie About
a noble Work : she's new come home , Like a long absent Man , and wanders ...

All for Love  Or  The World Well Lost

Author: John Dryden

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 63

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Adaptation of Shakespeare's Anthony and Cleopatra.

All the Lost Voices

All the Lost Voices

Author: Anthony Morelli

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 141400575X

Page: 408

View: 295

All the Lost Voices is a first-person narrative that vacillates between the narrator s present condition in a Mexico City brothel and his past experiences growing up fast and frightened in the unforgiving landscape of his hometown, Paterson, New Jersey. The parallel story lines are artfully interwoven creating a sometimes furious, sometimes apologetic exposition that encompasses not only a glimpse into the current psychosis of the protagonist, Tony De Felice, but a rearward view of the process that has brought this madness to surface. Alcoholism, violence, thieving, murder, exile, the imprisonment of his father, the loss of a fragile youth all are addressed in drunken rants and gentle, often philosophical appeals to the reader, a tempestuous marriage of form and content offset by unexpectedly funny bits of wisdom and hilarious scenes of youthful indiscretion. The novel advances in several directions at once, from Nuevo Laredo to Mexico City to Tuxpan in the present tense, and from Paterson to Florida to Oregon to any and all points of the American map in the past tense, via car, train, plane, and bus. Yet in spite of this motion, the narrator remains emotionally frozen, bound to his past and locked within the parameters of his mind, feverishly writing his way towards an elusive understanding of himself."

We All Lost the Cold War

Drawing on recently declassified documents and extensive interviews with Soviet and American policy-makers, among them several important figures speaking for public record for the first time, Ned Lebow and Janice Stein cast new light on the ...

We All Lost the Cold War

Author: Richard Ned Lebow

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9781400821082

Page: 566

View: 783

Drawing on recently declassified documents and extensive interviews with Soviet and American policy-makers, among them several important figures speaking for public record for the first time, Ned Lebow and Janice Stein cast new light on the effect of nuclear threats in two of the tensest moments of the Cold War: the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 and the confrontations arising out of the Arab-Israeli war of 1973. They conclude that the strategy of deterrence prolonged rather than ended the conflict between the superpowers.

The Museum of All Things Lost Forgotten

Restoring the child to her parent begins an adventure requiring Bea move fast—or risk catastrophe. Enter the spellbinding and richly imaginative world of The Museum of All Things Lost & Forgotten.

The Museum of All Things Lost   Forgotten

Author: A.R. Henle

Publisher: Crabgrass Publishing

ISBN: 1952735041

Page:

View: 514

Dare to remember! Bea detests snap decisions. Better to take time, examine options, and make informed choices. Order above chaos, always: in life and magic. Her new job in a magical museum suits her to a T. Lead tours through the public displays? Easy peasy. Run mapping sweeps to keep abreast of the ever-changing back rooms? The best kind of adventure. Until she stumbles across an unattended child lost in a long-forgotten forest. Restoring the child to her parent begins an adventure requiring Bea move fast—or risk catastrophe. Enter the spellbinding and richly imaginative world of The Museum of All Things Lost & Forgotten.

Just When the Caterpillar Thought That All Was Lost She Discovered Her Wings and Began to Fly A Reminder That with Faith and Perseverance Even a Lo

This unique blank 100 page journal is designed to allow you to express yourself as you see fit.

Just When the Caterpillar Thought That All Was Lost   She Discovered Her Wings and Began to Fly  A Reminder That with Faith and Perseverance Even a Lo

Author: Nancy Nuce

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9781797829319

Page: 152

View: 197

This unique blank 100 page journal is designed to allow you to express yourself as you see fit. Write in it, draw in it, paste images on its pages, express your innermost feelings. Above all, remember that the only limit is your imagination.Allow this journal to be your companion and confidant as you become the butterfly you were meant to be.

All That Is Lost Between Us

The lies we tell for love are the most dangerous of all. Set against the stark, rugged beauty of England’s Lake District, All That is Lost Between Us is a timeless thriller with a modern twist.

All That Is Lost Between Us

Author: Sara Foster

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 192518479X

Page: 368

View: 937

A mother’s worst fears. A daughter in distress. A family falling apart. Seventeen-year-old Georgia has a secret – one that is isolating her from everyone she loves. She is desperate to tell her best friend, but Sophia is ignoring her, and she doesn’t know why. Before she can find out, Sophia is left fighting for her life after a hit and run, with Georgia a traumatised witness. As a school psychologist, Georgia’s mother, Anya, should be used to dealing with scared adolescents. However, it’s very different when the girl who needs help is your own child. Meanwhile, Georgia’s father, Callum, is wracked with a guilt he can’t share – and when her younger brother, Zac, stumbles on an unlikely truth, the family relationships begin to implode. Georgia’s secret is about to go viral, leaving her in terrible danger. Can the family rise above the lies they have told and fight for what matters most of all? The lies we tell for love are the most dangerous of all. Set against the stark, rugged beauty of England’s Lake District, All That is Lost Between Us is a timeless thriller with a modern twist.

I Don t Care at All I Am Lost Blank Lined Notebook Journal Diary Composition Notepad 120 Pages 6x9 Paperback Female Girl Women Gift Pink and Whi

Only $6.99! Perfect Journal, Diary, Notebook - Amazing design and high quality cover and paper. - Matte Cover. - Perfect size 6x9" - No Spiral - Use it as a journal, note taking, composition notebook, makes a great gift!

I Don t Care at All I Am Lost  Blank Lined Notebook Journal Diary Composition Notepad 120 Pages 6x9 Paperback   Female Girl Women Gift   Pink and Whi

Author: Sofia Watson

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9781798659434

Page: 122

View: 168

Only $6.99! Perfect Journal, Diary, Notebook - Amazing design and high quality cover and paper. - Matte Cover. - Perfect size 6x9" - No Spiral - Use it as a journal, note taking, composition notebook, makes a great gift!

All the Lost Things

Jonaki Mayfield is a nobody. She is the average anti-social loner in school -but there is more to her than you think. Battling her inner struggles, struggles at home, fighting dark thoughts in her head, this is her story.

All the Lost Things

Author: Ishika Sadhukhan

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 44

View: 830

jonaki mayfield is a nobody the average anti-social loner in schoolbut there is more to her than you thinkbattling her inner strugglesstruggles at home fighting dark thoughts in her headthis is her story

Ruby s Diary

Ruby Gettinger, the endearing and beloved star of The Style Network's hit reality show Ruby, reveals the most private aspects of her life-altering journey to conquer morbid obesity and to attain health and happiness in this inspirational ...

Ruby s Diary

Author: Ruby Gettinger

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 006198597X

Page: 192

View: 759

Ruby Gettinger, the endearing and beloved star of The Style Network's hit reality show Ruby, reveals the most private aspects of her life-altering journey to conquer morbid obesity and to attain health and happiness in this inspirational book based on her personal diary From the debut of The Style Network's number one reality show Ruby, viewers fell in love with its sweet and spirited Southern star, and remain mesmerized by her public mission to overcome her inner conflicts and win her ongoing battle with weight. At her heaviest, Ruby weighed more than 700 pounds. Although she wasn't quite sure how she got to this point—or why—one thing was clear: it was killing her. Her doctor warned that her diabetes was raging out of control and that she could die at any moment. Vowing to change her life to save it, Ruby made a genuine commitment to uncover all of the underlying physical and psychological causes of her food addiction—an act of courage that has helped her lose nearly 400 pounds so far! To support her on this difficult path, Ruby has kept a journal of her experiences, including intimate reflections, surprising discoveries, and current fears, hopes, and dreams, many of which she shares here. Filled with honesty, optimism, and classic "Rubyisms" as well as revealing insights from her friends, family, and team of experts, Ruby's Diary is a remarkable record of one determined woman's complex challenges and her many laudable achievements. Ruby's perseverance is not only an example to all those battling their own weight and addiction issues, it is an example to all those grappling with personal obstacles of any kind. Anyone not in love with Ruby just hasn't met her yet!

The Loss of All Lost Things

Winner of a Phillis Wheatley Book Award in Fiction. Winner of the International Latino Book Award in Most Inspirational Fiction. Amina Gautier's THE LOSS OF ALL LOST THINGS won the Elixir Press 2014 Fiction Award.

The Loss of All Lost Things

Author: Amina Gautier

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781932418569

Page: 200

View: 946

Fiction. Winner of the Florida Authors and Publishers Association Award. Winner of a Royal Palm Literary Award. Winner of the Chicago Public Library's 21st Century Award. Winner of a Phillis Wheatley Book Award in Fiction. Winner of the International Latino Book Award in Most Inspirational Fiction. Amina Gautier's THE LOSS OF ALL LOST THINGS won the Elixir Press 2014 Fiction Award. It is a short story collection that illuminates the beauty that can be found in inconsolable loss. Gautier leads us through terrible reality but leaves us with the promise of hope and redemption. Contest judge, Phong Nguyen had this to say about it: "Literary fiction that grips us and won't let us go is notoriously rare. To offer us complex emotional experience and riveting narrative momentum, and then to leave the reader in contemplation of its sophisticated themes and subtle weave of objective correlatives... that is the stuff of literary greatness, of art that demands to be read in conversation with the canon....Gautier's stories have you by the throat, and they surprise you with their mercy."

All the Lost Things

A compulsively readable work of psychological suspense from the first mile to the last, All the Lost Things introduces a remarkable young heroine who leaps off the page, charts a life-changing journey, and ultimately reveals the sometimes ...

All the Lost Things

Author: Michelle Sacks

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0316475440

Page: 288

View: 958

From "a master of slow-burn suspense" (Shelf Awareness), a simmering family drama about a father and daughter who embark on a road trip through the American South -- but what they're leaving behind is as important as what lies ahead. When we first meet seven-year-old Dolly, she immediately grabs us with a voice that is both precocious and effervescent. It has been a while since her dad has spent time with her, just the two of them, and so when he scoops her up and promises to take her on the adventure of a lifetime, Dolly is thrilled. The first days on the road are incredibly exciting. Every pit stop promises a new delight for Dolly and her favourite plastic horse, Clemesta, who she's brought along for the adventure. There are milkshakes, shopping sprees, a theme park, and all the junk food she isn't allowed to eat under her mother's watchful eye. And, for the first time, she has her father's attention all to herself. But as they travel farther south, into a country Dolly no longer recognizes, her dad's behavior grows increasingly erratic. He becomes paranoid and irresponsible, even a little scary. The adventure isn't fun anymore, but home is ever further away. And Dolly isn't sure if she'll ever get back. A compulsively readable work of psychological suspense from the first mile to the last, All the Lost Things introduces a remarkable young heroine who leaps off the page, charts a life-changing journey, and ultimately reveals the sometimes heartbreaking intersections of love, truth, and memory.

Last Stands

"A philosophical and spiritual defense of the premodern world, of the tragic view, of physical courage, and of masculinity and self-sacrifice in an age when those ancient virtues are too often caricatured and dismissed." —Victor Davis ...

Last Stands

Author: Michael Walsh

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 1250217091

Page: 288

View: 950

"A philosophical and spiritual defense of the premodern world, of the tragic view, of physical courage, and of masculinity and self-sacrifice in an age when those ancient virtues are too often caricatured and dismissed." —Victor Davis Hanson Award-winning author Michael Walsh celebrates the masculine attributes of heroism that forged American civilization and Western culture by exploring historical battles in which soldiers chose death over dishonor in Last Stands: Why Men Fight When All Is Lost. In our contemporary era, men are increasingly denied their heritage as warriors. A survival instinct that’s part of the human condition, the drive to wage war is natural. Without war, the United States would not exist. The technology that has eased manual labor, extended lifespans, and become an integral part of our lives and culture has often evolved from wartime scientific advancements. War is necessary to defend the social and political principles that define the virtues and freedoms of America and other Western nations. We should not be ashamed of the heroes who sacrificed their lives to build a better world. We should be honoring them. The son of a Korean War veteran of the Inchon landing and the battle of the Chosin Reservoir with the U.S. Marine Corps, Michael Walsh knows all about heroism, valor, and the call of duty that requires men to fight for something greater than themselves to protect their families, fellow countrymen, and most of all their fellow soldiers. In Last Stands, Walsh reveals the causes and outcomes of more than a dozen battles in which a small fighting force refused to surrender to a far larger force, often dying to the last man. From the Spartans’ defiance at Thermopylae and Roland’s epic defense of Charlemagne’s rear guard at Ronceveaux Pass, through Santa Anna’s siege of the Alamo defended by Davy Crockett and Jim Bowie to the skirmish at Little Big Horn between Crazy Horse’s Sioux nation and George Armstrong Custer’s Seventh Calvary, to the Soviets’ titanic struggle against the German Wehrmacht at Stalingrad, and more, Walsh reminds us all of the debt we owe to heroes willing to risk their lives against overwhelming odds—and how these sacrifices and battles are not only a part of military history but our common civilizational heritage.

All But Lost

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.

All But Lost

Author: George Alfred Henty

Publisher: Palala Press

ISBN: 9781340976071

Page: 300

View: 664

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