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This Magnificent Dappled Sea
Author: David Biro
Publisher: Lake Union Publishing
Release Date: 2020-11
ISBN 10: 9781542019811
Pages: 270 pages

This Magnificent Dappled Sea Book Summary : Two strangers--generations and oceans apart--have a chance to save each other in this moving and suspenseful novel about family secrets and the ineffable connections that attach us. In a small Northern Italian village, nine-year-old Luca Taviano catches a stubborn cold and is subsequently diagnosed with leukemia. His only hope for survival is a bone marrow transplant. After an exhaustive search, a match turns up three thousand miles away in the form of a most unlikely donor: Joseph Neiman, a rabbi in Brooklyn, New York, who is suffering from a debilitating crisis of faith. As Luca's young nurse, Nina Vocelli, risks her career and races against time to help save the spirited redheaded boy, she uncovers terrible secrets from World War II--secrets that reveal how a Catholic child could have Jewish genes. Can inheritance be transcended by accidents of love? That is the question at the heart of This Magnificent Dappled Sea, a novel that challenges the idea of identity and celebrates the ties that bind us together.

Listening to Pain  Finding Words  Compassion  and Relief
Author: David Biro
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Release Date: 2011-06-13
ISBN 10: 0393340252
Pages: 256 pages

Listening to Pain Finding Words Compassion and Relief Book Summary : Pain regularly accompanies illness, as Dr. David Biro knows too well. When he was still in medical training, he needed to have a stem-cell transplant for a rare blood disease. He thought he would be able to take notes on the issue of pain for use as a doctor. What he found was such agony that it could not be communicated to even his wife and family, making him feel isolated in his own separate world. Now an accomplished New York doctor, Biro has discovered a way to break through the silent wall of suffering - physical and psychological - and wants to share it with others. In this new book, which is both a practical and philosophical look at how to put the inexpressibility of pain into language, he weaves together compelling stories and artwork from patients along with insights from some of our greatest thinkers, writers, and artists. Biro's groundbreaking work is sure to help patients' families understand what they are going through, enable doctors to appreciate the needs of their patients, and transform our understanding of and ability to communicate pain.

Krabb Master of the Sea
Author: Adam Blade
Publisher: Orchard Books
Release Date: 2012-11-01
ISBN 10: 1408326604
Pages: 128 pages

Krabb Master of the Sea Book Summary : In the realm of Gwildor, the Mistress of the Beasts is under a curse, and her ferocious Beasts are destroying the land. Tom vows to break the spell, but when deadly Krabb ambushes his boat, it looks like the Quest may already be over... Don't miss HAWKITE, ARROW OF THE AIR - ROKK THE WALKING MOUNTAIN - KOLDO THE ARCTIC WARRIOR - TREMA THE EARTH LORD - AMICTUS THE BUG QUEEN

Arms from the Sea
Author: Rich Shapero
Publisher: N.A
Release Date: 2016
ISBN 10: 9780971880177
Pages: 193 pages

Arms from the Sea Book Summary : Lyle is a young man who hates his life in the State of Salt, a cultural and literal desert. He vandalizes a State icon, then swallows a poison pill that transports him not to death, but to a liminal realm - blue, watery, and wholly alien. He's rescued and shepherded by henchmen of the Polyp, god of the oceanic world they call "heaven". A series of encounters unfolds between Lyle and the monstrous, seductive god, who gradually reveals his grandeur and mysterious purpose. Lyle is horrified at first but soon finds himself falling for the Polyp, and the potent and bizarre creative potential he represents. Whimsical and outlandish but also timely and dead serious, Arms from the Sea navigates imagined realms of possibility, pointing to what it might mean to redeem a desolate world. - Jacket flap.

The Odyssey of Homer
Author: Homer
Publisher: N.A
Release Date: 1806
ISBN 10:
Pages: 329 pages

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No One Will See Me Cry
Author: Cristina Rivera Garza
Publisher: N.A
Release Date: 2003
ISBN 10:
Pages: 229 pages

No One Will See Me Cry Book Summary : Joaquin Buitrago, a photographer in the Castaneda Insane Asylum, believes a patient is a prostitute he knew years earlier. His obsession in confirming Matilde's identity leads him to explore the clinics records, and her tragic history. He discovers that she was a peasant adopted by a doctor uncle. She led a calm life until Castulo, a young revolutionary chased by the authorities, finds shelter in her home. Matilde's eyes are opened to the social upheaval will lead her to break with her uncle and hide out with Diamantina Vicari. Diamantina's death devastates Matilde so much that she wanders about, completely lost, doing all kinds of jobs, including prostitution. As the photographer discovers more details, he becomes convinced that he and Matilde should live together. Ultimately, as they face defeat in a repressive society, they search to establish in the rubble an uncertain future that will somehow restore their freedom.

White Bone
Author: Barbara Gowdy
Publisher: HarperCollins Canada
Release Date: 2011-03-28
ISBN 10: 1443400793
Pages: 352 pages

White Bone Book Summary : If elephants could tell just one story, it would be the story of Mud, a young elephant cow orphaned at birth and blessed with visionary powers. Mud’s life on the African plain is changed forever when she and her adopted family are forced by prolonged drought to linger at one of the few remaining watering holes. The herd is ambushed there by ivory poachers, who kill almost all the cows and their young. The traumatized survivors, including a pregnant Mud, set out in search of the talismanic white bone that can lead them to a paradise free from human savagery.

Romance On The Cards
Author: Kerri Peach
Publisher: Kris Pearson
Release Date: 2017-05-03
ISBN 10: 0994141645
Pages: 329 pages

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The Shoemaker s Wife
Author: Adriana Trigiani
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2012-05-24
ISBN 10: 1849834245
Pages: 384 pages

The Shoemaker s Wife Book Summary : The lives of two young Italian lovers, Enza Ravanelli, a practical girl born into poverty and Ciro Amadei, a dreamer raised in a convent orphanage, are woven together in this lush, epic novel set against the landscape of world events in the first half of the 20thcentury. The Shoemaker's Wifespans two world wars, immigration, the birth of American manufacturing, the rigors of assimilation and the perils of the Great Depression. Like the times they were born into, Enza and Ciro's story is filled with surprising twists and turns. Together, they embrace the promise of a new and better life as they attempt to survive by the labour of their own hands. But when Ciro is diagnosed with a deadly cancer from the bombs he endured in World War I, he returns home alone to Italy to say goodbye, and solve a final mystery about his family.

English Passengers
Author: Matthew Kneale
Publisher: Anchor Canada
Release Date: 2011-02-11
ISBN 10: 0385673698
Pages: 464 pages

English Passengers Book Summary : Narrated by over twenty distinct voices and full of dangerous humour, English Passengers combines wit, adventure and historical detail in a mesmerizing display of storytelling. When Captain Illiam Quillian Kewley and his band of smugglers have their contraband confiscated they are forced to put their ship, Sincerity, up for charter. The only takers are two Englishmen, the Reverend Geoffrey Wilson, who believes that the Garden of Eden was on the island of Tasmania, and Dr. Thomas Potter who is developing his sinister thesis concerning the races of man. Meanwhile an aboriginal in Tasmania, Peevay, recounts his people's struggles against the invading British. As the English passengers haplessly approach his land, their bizarre notions ever more painfully at odds with reality, we know a mighty collision is looming. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Author: Lisa Brown
Publisher: N.A
Release Date: 2020-02-02
ISBN 10: 9780646814728
Pages: 308 pages

Dappled Book Summary : Jane is a health professional but she doesn't actually see any patients - rather, she works in a humorous, yet toxic shared office processing applications. It's never what she dreamed of doing. But then, she also kind of likes hiding behind a desk. Jane wonders why she hears a strange voice in her head and often feels like she's wading through black quicksand trying to resume a face of normalcy. Perhaps she's going a little mad. Then there's this condition she has, vitiligo, which causes white patches all over her skin. She finds herself covering these patches up almost as much as - well, just about everything else. Jane's mind frequently travels back to her teenage years, back to when she lived in the coastal tree-lined town of Denmark in a timber cottage on stilts with her artistic mother, Colleen, who was beautiful, vibrant, larger than life - and deeply troubled. She remembers the broken glass, mysterious cuts, and their isolation. The storm cloud days. But most vivid in Jane's recollections is that kind and goofy, crinkle-beamed boy who made her feel warm inside, who somehow made it all better. Try as she might, he'll always have a piece of her heart. And Jane slowly comes to realise... confronting her past may be the only hope she has of saving herself. Dappled is a story that acknowledges the value of being comfortable in your own skin, while also being sensitive to how difficult this can be at times. But most of all, Dappled is a tale about kindness and the healing power of unconditional love. It showcases the heart-warming truth, that when someone is able to love us at our worst, we can be set free to become our best.

Pirate of the Red Pennant
Author: C. P. Willis
Publisher: Abbott Press
Release Date: 2014-07-08
ISBN 10: 1458215717
Pages: 238 pages

Pirate of the Red Pennant Book Summary : The pirate Bartholomew Roberts is an enigma. As a Calvinist Christian, he refuses his crew both strong drink and women on his ship. Despite his high moral standards, however, the lovely and seductive Lady Mary Jane Llewellyn, with whom he has a love-hate relationship, is aboard. Roberts wears the scarlet cape of a cardinal of the Catholic Church, with a large diamond cross blessed by the pope around his neck—and yet he conducts Protestant services every Sabbath. He confounds all expectations when, after attacking the ships of the Royal African Company, he routinely sets their “black gold” slaves free. Roberts flies not the black Jolly Roger flag with its skull and crossbones, but instead a red pennant upon which are stitched two forms: a skeleton and a rover, both reaching for a gold chalice. Some say it is life and death reaching for a tankard of ale, but they’re wrong. To Roberts, all of creation is a dance between life and death, and in the cup the answer awaits those brave enough to chase it. For his actions and attitudes, both the king and the pope want him dead—but Roberts discovered that in death, he found the key to life.

The Sea of Trolls
Author: Nancy Farmer
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2015-06-30
ISBN 10: 1481443089
Pages: 496 pages

The Sea of Trolls Book Summary : After Jack becomes apprenticed to a Druid bard, he and his little sister Lucy are captured by Viking Berserkers and taken to the home of King Ivar the Boneless and his half-troll queen, leading Jack to undertake a vital quest to Jotunheim, home of the trolls.

Chokecherry Drive
Author: Layla Reed
Publisher: N.A
Release Date: 2019
ISBN 10: 9781795413879
Pages: 245 pages

Chokecherry Drive Book Summary : Macy Whitaker has done everything she could to avoid Minnesota--what used to be her home and family until she had no choice to leave everything and everyone behind in the 1990s. Now the phone call and her dying father have her coming back home to Minnesota twenty years later. The love of her life, Jason, shows up at the funeral, and she knows she has to face the past, the present, and the future.

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea
Author: Jules Verne
Publisher: N.A
Release Date: 1876
ISBN 10:
Pages: 329 pages

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