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Naum I. Your empty chair is all I see. This co-written memoir reveals painful truths about the effects of the Orphan Trains on Depression-era children in the United States. After finally escaping the abusive pair one attempt resulted in his confinement to Boys Town for a year , Walters learned life on the road by hopping freight trains and working jobs as he found them. This precarious existence became the pattern for his life, as, after serving in World War II, Walters toiled at a succession of varied occupations while he struggled to raise his family.
Yet those struggles sparked and emboldened his resilience, which sends an inspirational message to readers and provides a sense of resounding hope. Marley nearly did go to hell and back in her younger years. No one should have to endure the things she survived, especially the loss of a child.
Her story is starkly shared so that others might find insight, or maybe comfort from a kindred spirit, into a life of betrayals, loss, and abuse. The book begins with the author's marriage to Matt, who has a young daughter. The daughter's teen years are not kind to the family, and most readers might relate to the family transitioning into chaos because adolescence takes its toll on so many. Marley sums it up skillfully, "To be completely disregarded and treated with such vile, wretched, and terrifying behavior by the one person you spent the most time and energy to love Growing up in the Appalachian area of Pennsylvania in the s gave Farrar a view of life heavily influenced by community.
As an adult, he played baseball in the minors for the Pittsburgh Pirates, served in the military, and became a senior vice president of Kimberly Clark Corp. This book was born out of increasing concern for the young girls and women the author encountered through her years as a teacher and reading specialist. As Hamilton noticed the negative and unhealthy emotional state of many of the young girls with whom she came in contact, she began to seek answers to the questions of how and why. In her search to understand the phenomenon, the author turned to God for answers. The book is the culmination of her study of scripture in order to understand and help these girls overcome their emotional problems and find health through Christ.
The book is chock-full of wisdom broken down into bite-size chapters that is both easy to digest and displayed in a variety of ways for the reader to consume. The insight that is given ranges from motivational biblical and esoteric quotes to personal experiences and questions that challenge the reader to look beyond themselves and confront their own spiritual pain.
Sharing these feelings of wholeness and unfiltered exuberance with his audience is his sole mission. In the process, he manages to impart some salient observations on mankind as its individual members grapple with their different life paths. Oftentimes, the individual will read a passage from the scriptures and wonder not just about its meaning but its relevance to their individual circumstances.
In this frank, factual account, a woman recalls the birth of her son, Dan, and the difficulties he and she have faced together. He was born when she was young and, at first, seemed perfectly healthy. But after the first year of his learning to crawl and walk, Dan's development began to halt. He did not speak, and though he could communicate with signs, his general behavior was atypical. He liked to run, scream, and hide, and he could be physically aggressive. Living in Portugal in the late s meant that though the diagnosis of autism was made, there were few resources for children like Dan.
Palmer's husband had gradually become highly abusive, with beatings a regular aspect of their relationship, so she was finally forced to divorce him and pursue life as a single mother of an autistic, non-verbal boy. Palmer continued to struggle courageously with Dan's needs, greatly bolstered by her Christian faith. With healthcare in the United States in flux, Dr. Khatri delivers a comprehensive guidebook on factors that have perpetuated the current healthcare climate, the ramifications on both physicians and patients, and, ultimately, the catalysts that could cause a healthcare resurgence.
From the get-go, readers are made aware of the dire situation that many medical practitioners constantly deal with as they grapple with hospital administrators and insurance companies who value the almighty dollar over patient care. The end result is widespread physician depression and burnout, ultimately creating a void so great that some practitioners believe suicide is the only option.
This memoir could only have been written by an artist who takes his avocation seriously. The book tells of how he grew as a painter with help from his instructor, his trips to art museums, and the skills he mastered as evidenced with his sketches and paintings. In her second book of collected poetry, the author has organized her musings and insights into six categories. Each chapter follows the themes of home, animals, places, riddles, caffeine and wine, and family respectively. The home chapter is the most explored, following memories of homemaking and raising children with all the energy and chaos they can bring.
The chapter on animals considers the impact of family pets and wonders what life would be like in animal form. The chapter on places recalls old residences and other colorful memories of location. When writing on the theme of riddles, the poet considers things that are somewhat contradictory or mysterious about life. Not surprisingly, the chapter on caffeine and wine is a treat for the sense of taste, using language to express flavor.
Finally, when exploring the topic of family, Goka revisits the endless tasks of homemaking, as well as considering her dual role as both mother and child. When he discovers an old travel journal written during a hike of the Appalachian Trail, he decides he must again hike the famed pathway. Walt begins his mile journey with the extra forty pounds of a sedentary life and the emotional weight of a marriage grown cold. Troubled by the growing distance between himself and his wife and daughters, he looks to the Appalachian Trail and the miles of solitary hiking to afford him the time to discover what it is he really wants from life.
Her eight-year-old daughter Lavinia Vinni goes missing with a woman named Hilda whose husband, Rudy, dies there on the beach. Without answers, Maddy seeks solace at St. The secrets and mystery deepen surrounding the German couple. Meanwhile, hope slips away from everyone, but Maddy holds steadfast to her belief in finding Vinni. A young woman who desperately needs money to move out of her parents' house is found dead in a cave that is so far off the track that anyone would have been hard-pressed to locate it twice.
A novice to the Blue Mountains, Detective Gordon is also trying to adjust to the changes in her life after moving from the big city while fending off constant reminders of the events that landed her in her new home in the first place. At the center of it all is an illustrious grand hotel as old as the town itself. In this follow-up novel, Elly again finds herself in a deadly mystery in San Francisco.
As people close to Elly die, she helps uncover conspiracies and murders and is forced to do everything she can to keep her family and herself safe. Zane Tomlin is an FBI Special Agent in covert investigations who is looking forward to a few weeks off to spend with his girlfriend, Irene. However, his partner Toby Perez is almost killed by a bomb planted at his home, an event which propels Zane into a new investigation. Various suspects in the case are arrested, and Zane expertly disguises himself to pose as a fellow cellmate to get leads. Soon a shipping company using trucks to haul stolen firearms and explosives are detected by the FBI, and Zane is used to infiltrate and spy on them.
The suspense builds as Zane and the rest of the local FBI uncover an organized crime ring involving illegal weapons and explosives being sold overseas to be later distributed in the Middle East. Delaney the deer comes into the world full of questions for her doting mother doe. When Delaney is old enough, she becomes friends with Rocket the rabbit, and the two play and learn together.
Sometime later, they are befriended by Cardinal Red, a bird protecting her soon-to-hatch eggs. Together, the trio becomes trusted friends and companions, sticking together through fun days of play, cozy naps, the terror of a fire, and the ever-present threat of a hungry resident coyote, who will only be appeased by alternate food sources for so long. From superhero origin story to daring rescue, this book is full of action! During a lightning storm, a stick is struck by lightning and enters a garden shed where it lands on colored rope, creating the Knotties, little men made out of knotted rope.
Two little knot men soon hear someone calling for help and begin a daring rescue to prevent a third knotted man from falling into a dangerous can of paint. As they utilize the tools around them, they recognize the new bits and bobs that will follow them into their future adventures. Fourteen-year-old Amy is satisfied with life. She has a nice family and a best friend. Plus, there are a few local boys of special interest. Then she sees an advertisement for the Ellerslie horse races and notices that there is a "Ladies Mile Race. Amy feels guilty for trying to be in the horse race when her father clearly is against it but still feels the desire to enter.
She must decide if she should defy her father, and, if she does, she has to find a way to pay the entry fee. When two nuclear physicists, Dr. Chance Taylor and Dr. Charles Brown, embark on a two-month journey to experience a classic sports car race spanning from Moscow to Beijing, little do they know that they will become entangled with an international terrorist organization, al-Qaeda, that is intent on making their presence felt via a slew of planned bombings in the United States.
Their experience working on nuclear weapons at Sandia National Library puts them in an unenviable position of crisis: Do they do as they are ordered and build the weapon for this group to save their own lives and the lives of their friends, or do they refuse and make the ultimate sacrifice to potentially save the lives of thousands?
In this futuristic world, robots are programmed to be Helper androids, or domestic servants, to humans, and they have the capability to continually improve their functions through a constant feedback process. This groundbreaking domestic technology, seemingly beneficial and harmless, becomes twisted and downright apocalyptic in the hands of rogue programmers and Russian mobsters in this action-packed thriller. The robots are reprogrammed to kill their wealthy owners and steal their fortunes by masquerading as the humans they have killed.
To make matters worse, the Helper robots have an embedded autonomy algorithm that allows them to act independently and alter themselves as they encounter new situations. In this bleak vision of the future, the machines, through hive-minded activity and skill-sharing, evolve, infiltrate, and obliterate. And they will succeed in their destructive path unless heroic programmers and a covert SEAL team can stop the renegade androids from triggering mass human extinction.
Timothy Boatright moves to New York City from North Carolina in order to pursue his dream of writing and hopefully pick up some adventures along the way that will spur some creative inspiration. Finding quick work as a cabbie, Timothy lives in a bad part of town and has plenty of danger in his life, but not the kind that he can publish into a bestseller.
While doing routine fares, he finds himself taking a passenger to a high-profile cat show in Madison Square Garden. Before he can hit the streets again, a passenger nervously gets in the backseat and asks to be taken to a shady part of the city. A billion-dollar, genetically engineered, bright blue cat is in the backseat of his taxi cab.
Genevieve Delany lives a quiet life in the rural hills of Tennessee. She lives mostly on her own, as her mother spends most of her days out of town managing a motel. She has never known her father, but her Uncle John lives in the nearby cabin and acts as her guardian. As her life starts to take a turn for the positive with football star Kenneth Reynolds taking an interest in her, the rest of her life starts to spiral.
Her childhood nemesis, Emily Watson, attends the same school and insists on making her life hell. Genevieve begins having night terrors and sleepwalking in the forest, screaming at the top of her lungs. These episodes coincide with an unspeakable violation of her body, and she must try to handle the aftermath of that—physically, emotionally, and socially. New York City is a densely packed urban sprawl of people from every race, gender, and creed. Following a cast of characters as they intersect and interact, everything in this book ties together into a story with a common thread about self-categorization and isolation from other cultures.
Naomi Kaplan is an Orthodox Jewish woman whose faith and how it brings her closer to her father is one of her most important attributes. A potential Islamic terrorist threat has Brock working with Homeland Security, while his relationship with Kaplan threatens to dissolve over circumstances he cannot control.
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