What if you could have anything you desired?
Author: Tiffany Royster
Publisher: Independently Published
Best friends, Elenore and Sophie, have always been really close and inseparable throughout their lives. Growing up together, the two girls have become dependent on each other in different ways. Elenore, the quiet and reserved type, often finds herself becoming the victim of heinous high school bullies. Sophie, loud-mouthed and very blunt, does not take crap from anyone. The girls often find themselves wrapped up in evil schemes orchestrated by their enemies. Elenore and Sophie soon realize just how far they are willing to go in order to get revenge on anyone who has wronged them. How far is too far when you want to make someone pay for the things they have done?
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SECRET Q? The. Front Cover.
Author: The Four Of Us
A simpler, more peaceful time in a rural community?-not in this family. Grandma Lottie is visiting her son's family for the holidays. This is a family in crisis, facing painful issues and quickly splitting apart. The holidays may not be thankful or merry. Is it Lottie's intuition or an accident that she arrives just in time? It takes her wisdom and sensitivity to hold her family together. The characters come alive as they share their individual secrets and aspirations: Some painful, some whimsical, some artistic, some celebrating the travails of youth and some celebrating the wisdom and experience that only comes with age. Everyone Has A Secret will touch your heart as you identify with a family facing the pains, the joys, the challenges of life. Even Lottie shares a secret she thought forever lost in World War II. Share the family's secrets, celebrate the love of a family and cheer for your own Grandma Lottie.
Sophie and Elenore (who is in Josette's body) are now back together and happier than ever.
Author: Tiffany Royster
Publisher: Independently Published
Sophie and Elenore (who is in Josette's body) are now back together and happier than ever. Or so they thought. The girls have a darkness in them. With a promise made to the very demon who controls them both, Aka Manah, they must find three souls for him in order to keep their lives. Otherwise theirs will be lost forever. Elenore decides to use Ariella, Samira, and Lilith. The girls all play a game together, sealing their fates. First Ariella dies, and then Lilith soon follows. Sophie no longer wants to be a part of this deadly game. After Sophie is arrested for the murder of Kingsley, Elenore bonds her out and hires a lawyer. She then realizes that in order for her to gain the trust of Elenore, she must pretend to be on her side. When Elenore suggests that they use Samira as the third soul, Sophie fights back. As Samira has a brush with death, Sophie does the unthinkable. Sophie is willing to give her life in order for Samira to keep hers.
She must endure horror and heartache, but can she dare to hope for happiness? In a tale of secrets and intrigue, Josephine Cox writes a gritty family saga in Jessica's Girl. Perfect for fans of Kitty Neale and Rosie Goodwin.
Author: Josephine Cox
Publisher: Hachette UK
She must endure horror and heartache, but can she dare to hope for happiness? In a tale of secrets and intrigue, Josephine Cox writes a gritty family saga in Jessica's Girl. Perfect for fans of Kitty Neale and Rosie Goodwin. Despite a deathbed warning from her beloved mother, Phoebe Mulligan has no choice but to throw herself on the mercy of her uncle, Edward. Wrenched from all she holds dear, the tragic young girl is delivered to Blackburn town, where she must live in a household terrorised by the cold, forbidding presence of her mother's brother. Phoebe cannot understand why she is treated so harshly by Edward Dickens. She is not to know the guilty secret that lies in his past, a secret that casts a sinister shadow over his feelings for his lovely niece... What readers are saying about Jessica's Girl: 'A very good read, keeps you guessing until the end. Found it hard to put down' 'Great story like always - [Josephine Cox] takes me to another world' '[Josephine Cox's] books never fail to keep me interested and intrigued as to the outcome. Really enjoyable'
I just needed to vent my life. So I decided to write one on my computer with a
password-protected folder labeled “FROZEN.” It all started with a little secret. We
all have them, and everyone's is different, but some secrets can destroy
Author: Michael Louthan
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Zoe Von Lynskey is a typical 13-year-old girl with an idyllic life and a bright future ahead of her—that is, until her 16-year-old brother is accidently shot by his friend Kirk Anderson. But is Josh’s death truly an accident? Zoe suspects not. Kirk’s parents and Zoe’s parents are friends, and the two dads work for the same company, but Kirk has always been a bully to Zoe. With her big brother no longer there to protect her, she is now alone and vulnerable. When Zoe makes a fatal decision to protect herself against Kirk, her world begins to crumble under the weight of her secret. Her computer diary is her only confidant as she documents the wrenching depression, anxiety, partying, pregnancy, and suicide attempt that result. Everyone Has Their Little Secrets is a sharply observant and moving portrait of a teenager grappling with very adult problems—a stunning coming-of-age novel that pulls no punches.
Everyone has secrets. For millions of Londoners, the morning of 17 December is
just like any other. But not for Sam Wren. An hour after leaving home, he gets
onto a tube train – and never gets off again. No eyewitnesses. No trace of him on
Author: Tim Weaver
Publisher: Penguin UK
THE RICHARD & JUDY BOOK CLUB PICK AND NATIONAL BOOK AWARD NOMINEE, FROM THE BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF NO ONE HOME When Emily Kane arrives at her sister's house she finds the front door unlocked with no one inside. Dinner is still cooking and the TV is on. Carrie, her husband and their two daughters are gone. At the heart of their disappearance lies a dark secret . . . And when the police draw a blank, it becomes clear someone doesn't want the family found. Will Emily find them, or will she become the next victim? 'A taut and thrilling novel - his best yet' Richard & Judy Book Club
One is quite easily drawn into the web of the stories she weaves.
Author: Kiersten L Hall
Publisher: K Hall Books
A story about stories, Corner Confessions is an intriguing tale of secrets and the humans who keep them....and of the sheer and utter relief one feels once unburdened by them. The confessions are riveting and the characters relaying them are fascinating, from the self-proclaimed town liar, to the middle-aged unobtrusive super hero. Ms. Hall has the ability and talent of being completely conversational and engaging so that her readers feel as if they are hearing these confessions in person over tea and crumpets rather than simply reading words on a page. One is quite easily drawn into the web of the stories she weaves.
"I just had something of a coughing attack," the boy said, "because I was laughing
too hard. But I'm fine now. ... The members of the secret society laughed. "It's a
shame you ... "Everyone has secrets," Betty Allen said. "Now we have one.
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“Everyone has secrets. Hidden fears. Tasty regrets. Delicious dreams. Or even
precious knowledge. You wizards know better than anyone how much power
there is in just a single, secret word.” I gulped, feeling very much like a roast
Author: Deva Fagan
Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young Readers
A young wizard’s apprentice discovers that the best magic is not the biggest or the brightest, but the magic unique to you, in this cinematic middle grade fantasy in the tradition of Kiki’s Delivery Service and The School for Good and Evil. Antonia may not be the most powerful wizard the world has ever seen, but she’s worked hard to win her place as apprentice to renowned sorcerer Master Betrys. Unfortunately, even her best dancing turnip charm might not be enough when Moppe the scullery maid turns out to be a magical prodigy. Now that Betrys has taken Moppe on as a second apprentice, Antonia’s path to wizarding just got a bit more complicated. But when Betrys is accused of treason, Antonia and Moppe are forced to go on the run. To prove their master’s innocence—and their own—the rivals must become allies. As their island province teeters on the brink of rebellion, they’ll face ancient spells, vengeful mermaids, enchanted turnips, voice-stealing forests, and one insatiable sea monster.
Article 19 Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right
includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and
impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.
Author: Una Birch
Publisher: Nicolas-Hays, Inc.
The greatest success of the Bavarian Illuminati conspiracy was the French Revolution of 1789. The profound impact of that Revolution is felt to this day in the political destinies of billions of people worldwide. The Illuminati had declared war against Church and State a decade earlier and worked feverishly to spread their new gospel of Liberty and Reason. Although the Order was officially suppressed on the eve of the Revolution, its efforts do not appear to have been in vain. The recruiting program of Illuminati founder Adam Weishaupt was focused on attracting the powerful and influential government ministers, educators, the press, authors and philosophers, booksellers and publishers, even religious leaders open to agnostic or atheist views. Many such men belonged to the masonic lodges of Germany, Austria, and France. The wider masonic network offered Weishaupt a respectable vehicle by which he was able to propagate his clandestine doctrines. What message does the triumph of these secret societies carry for the modern world? English historian Una Birch attempts to answer this question from the point of view of the early twentieth century. Writing just a hundred years after the event, her closeness in time, and sympathy for the Revolution, offer a unique perspective to the modern reader. Editor James Wasserman adds a contemporary perspective that takes into account the events of the twentieth century that occurred after Ms. Birch wrote. He has also added a guide to the history and personalities of the French Revolution to help clarify the text. * Reveals the secret activities of the Bavarian Illuminati and the Freemasons in organizing the French Revolution. * Traces the influence of the mysterious Illuminati agent, the Comte de Saint Germain, as he traveled through the courts and cities of Europe. * Offers a unique perspective on the Revolution by an author who supported the Illuminati war against tyranny and superstition, yet does not shrink from examining the darker side of that event.