Lisa Manning is just out of prison, and her main goal is to regain her daughter from her overbearing aunt and rebuild her life.
Having learned how to forgive while incarcerated, Lisa soon learns how to love again when she meets banker Ethan Vance.
Jimi dan Kertas Ajaib adalah sambungan kepada dua buah buku conteng Jimi sebelum ini iaitu Jimi dan Raksasa Misai di Sekolah, dan Jimi Dalam Akibat Jambul Alif. Di dalam buku conteng yang ketiga ini, Jimi, seorang pelajar yang setiakawan, kreatif, dan berimaginasi tinggi, mempunyai dua misi baru yang sangat mencabar: Pertama, Jimi ingin membantu Ganesh membuat persiapan bagi pertandingan lontar peluru di Hari Sukan. Pencabar Ganesh nanti bukan calang-calang orangnya, namanya Laksamana Lui! Kedua, Jimi dan kumpulannya memasuki Pertandingan Projek Sains Kreatif. Jimi dan kumpulannya sudah merancang hendak membuat satu projek sains yang besar dan menarik sekali.
Mampukah Ganesh mengalahkan Laksamana Lui? Apakah projek sains kumpulan Jimi? Apakah pula dimaksudkan dengan kertas ajaib? Semuanya akan terjawab di dalam buku yang penuh dengan contengan pen dan pensel ini.
Bolle is vijf jaar als zijn vader doodgaat. Hij mist hem heel erg. Samen met zijn moeder probeert Bolle eraan te wennen dat zijn vader er niet meer is. Een ontroerend en troostrijk verhaal.
alternate cover edition of ISBN: 9781492383130 Brianna Woods spent her high school years getting picked on for being different. After being the butt of a joke from her crush and the mean girl in school, she graduates then moves cross country to reinvent herself. She spends years in LA modeling before moving home for a chance to be on the cheerleading squad for NFL team Buffalo Bucks. Brent Coleson was the star quarterback in high school, college and now for the Buffalo Bucks. When the one that got away falls back into his life, he'll stop at nothing to keep her there this time. He's had eyes only for Bree since high school. Can these two fix years of misunderstandings and damage without losing their NFL careers?
Alternate Cover Edition of ASIN: B00BPXHM1G First in the Barry Philpot series of novellas featuring the exploits of an explorer and adventurer who chases legends, mysteries and lost people in remote and dangerous places. When Barry’s latest client demands that he find her father missing in the Amazon jungle, Barry has no idea he is about to risk his life searching for a lost tribe, a city of gold and a mystery older than time. When Barry Philpot sets out to find Laney Clinden’s naturalist father lost in the Amazon jungle, he does so with reluctance. The area where Professor Clinden has disappeared is remote and largely unexplored. The fact that Laney insists on accompanying Barry and his colleague, Dr Elgar Finch, means extra responsibility on a trip already fraught with a fair amount of danger. Worst of all, Laney Clinden is feisty, forthright, independent-minded and drop-dead gorgeous. Barry falls into a love/hate relationship with her that scrambles his mind and almost scuppers the trip. What he doesn’t expect from his client is duplicity. Searching for a famous naturalist who disappeared while investigating the Diamond-Toe frog is one thing, but finding yourself following the footsteps of many dead men before you on the trail of one of the world’s oldest mysteries, is another. Each story in this series of romantic mystery adventures with touches of fantasy and sci-fi, is complete at a maximum 30,000 words for easy mobile reading.
This new study of American poetry views the poetics of Ezra Pound and his avant-garde followers in an entirely new light. Both Romanticism and Modernism have variously been seen as revolutionary or retrograde, narcissistic or self-abnegating. This interdisciplinary work looks past distinctions between schools and styles to reveal an unexpected link between poets' spiritual aspirations, formal experiments, and political convictions. Along the way, it sheds light on the complex relationship between art and society. Beginning with a fresh reading of Emerson's elusive philosophy, the author identifies the tension between Romanticism and Liberalism as a source of Modernist poetics. Critics have dissected the eccentric forms of avant-garde American poetry but have never adequately explained its scrupulous avoidance of abstraction and elimination of the poet from the poem.
Drawing extensively on classic and contemporary theory, this book reveals postwar poetics, particularly the epics Paterson and The Maximus Poems, as the fulfillment of a longstanding Romantic social vision, one which seeks to invest Liberal social structures with a transcendental core. This book is a valuable source for scholars with an interest in Emerson and Pound Studies, the intellectual traditions leading to Modernism, and the Objectivist and Black Mountain schools of American poetry.
What happens when adolescent obsession goes too far? Seventeen-year-old Emma Harris has her eye on Jesse, the city boy her uncle hires to fix the fences on their remote windswept property. Now she resolves to make him hers, even if it requires extraordinary measures. "The Object of Her Obsession" is a short story in the collection Shorting the Undead and Other Horrors: A Menagerie of Macabre Mini-Fiction.