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Beneath The Earth

Author : John Boyne
ISBN : 9781473526174
Genre : Fiction
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In this collection of twelve dark, unerring and surprising short stories, John Boyne explores the extremities of the human condition in all its brilliance and brutality. The secrets we keep and the ways in which they shape us, the impossibility of shared loss, the lengths we will go to in order to protect our families and the distance we will run to protect ourselves. Drawing on a host of enthralling characters – a farmer, a cuckold and a teenager exploring his sexuality; good parents, bad parents, writers and soldiers; a student, a rent boy and a hitman – Boyne examines the hopeful and the damaged without prejudice or judgement. This, his first collection of short stories, is some of John Boyne’s finest writing to date. It includes ‘Rest Day’ which won the 2015 Writing.ie Short Story of the Year award in Ireland.
Category: Fiction

Empire Beneath The Earth

Author : D. Scott Dickinson
ISBN : 169906377X
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'The monsters towered above me and, as I approached, their blank faces betrayed no hint of the thoughts they concealed. Boldly strutting up to them, as I had to Pandora's outpost colleagues and the guards at the capital gate, I proclaimed the coming of their new queen.'I was totally unprepared for the sudden lunge of the foremost guardian whose stone dagger hammered my breastplate with such force it dropped me to my knees. But as the giant raised his dagger to strike . . .'Thus are we welcomed to the hidden empire of a buried world, deep within the earth. This is the story of a quest to regain that world, of its rightful ruler claiming the throne, and of vile treachery.Nothing in this inner world is what it seems as the narrative turns to betrayal and imprisonment, ruse and escape. Fleeing back to his own world, the narrator arrives at a more clear-eyed respect for the diverse evolution of civilizations as they pursue their own interests and destinies in their own ways.
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The Earth Beneath

Author : Harold Heslop
ISBN : UCAL:$B56654
Genre : Coal mines and mining
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Category: Coal mines and mining

The Earth Beneath Us

Author : Kirtley Fletcher Mather
ISBN : UVA:X002013850
Genre : Geology
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A textual and photographic survey of the earth's origins and make-up and of the forces which have shaped and continue to shape the planet's surface.
Category: Geology

Caves Graves And Catacombs

Author : Natalie Jane Prior
ISBN : 186448389X
Genre : Fiction
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Contains stories and information about the varied uses of underground places. Includes descriptions of caves and cave dwellers, volcanoes, underground hideouts and houses, and gives advice on underground exploration.
Category: Fiction

More Journeys Beneath The Earth

Author : David William Gill
ISBN : 9798617165144
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This autobiography is the second volume of Journeys Beneath the Earth and covers the adventures of one of Britain's most experienced cave explores over a period of 25 years. From his appointment as the speleologist, training and development officer at the Gunung Mulu National Park, Sarawak, up to the present day. David obtained World Heritage status for this park and established a new National Park at Gung Buda, Sarawak. This work describes exploration in the truest sense progressing into gigantic and at times dangerous caves that no person had ever seen before, mapping, describing and photographing as they explored along with the worlds most experienced cave exploration team members. The struggles, dangers and humour are recounted. The two volumes cover a period of 50 years of exploration over many different areas of the world.
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On Earth Beneath Sky

Author : Chath pierSath
ISBN : 1735168920
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A collection of poems and short prose by a survivor of the Khmer Rouge genocide in Cambodia in which the author, Chath pierSath, describes in vivid detail his refugee journey, resettlement in America, return to Cambodia, and continuing effort to find meaning and fulfillment in his adopted country of the United States. In rich and revealing detail, the author documents the damage to the Cambodian people by political fanatics and the after-effects in that nation struggling to regain its footing. Through the author's eyes, soul, and mind, we experience the challenge and eventual joys in assimilation as he embraces American freedom, and in the spirit of Walt Whitman he celebrates his life as a gay man, exploring "the body electric" and the ensuing ecstasies and at times despair. This is the voice of the new American who sounds much like the classic newcomer to the U.S., the immigrant "who gets the job done" as sung in "Hamilton." With this book, Chath pierSath adds to the narrative of America as the sum of its diverse people who carry their stories from around the world and through their lives define what it means to be American.
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Mirrors Beneath The Earth

Author : Ray Gonzalez
ISBN : UOM:39015020875269
Genre : Fiction
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Offers a unique collection of contemporary Chicano fiction, presenting various views of traditional Mexican-American culture
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Above The Sky Beneath The Earth

Author : Ales Steger
ISBN : 1945680326
Genre : Poetry
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Even the darkest and most serious of these poems are tempered with coy playfulness.
Category: Poetry

The Earth Beneath

Author : Ian Ball
ISBN : 0281046018
Genre : Conservation of natural resources
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Category: Conservation of natural resources

Twilight

Author : T. Lobsang Rampa
ISBN : 1892062976
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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It all began with the classic THE THIRD EYE in 1955 and for decades before his passing, the Tibetan lama brought great enlightenment, comfort and joy to millions worldwide with his metaphysical exploits written about in a poetic and charismatic style. Inner Light Publications has kept Rampa's legacy alive by maintaining in print his most popular works. Rampa's works have become popular because he has managed to convey his message of enlightenment in a poetic and charismatic style that few others in the metaphysical field can. His other works include The Hermit, My Visit To Venus, My Visit to Agharta and Doctor From Lhasa. Those who felt they were close to this great human being will find this work of particular interest as it offers deeper insights into his previous teachings. Twilight is written in a warm and very human fashion that will have your heart tingling as you turn the pages.
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Beneath The Surface

Author : William Henry Davenport Adams
ISBN : OXFORD:590005011
Genre : Geology
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Category: Geology

Craters Caverns And Canyons

Author : Jon Erickson
ISBN : 0816025908
Genre : Science
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Discusses impact craters, caves, caverns, canyons, valleys, basins, volcanic rifts, earthquake faults, ground failures, calderas, fissures, potholes, sinkholes, and crater lakes
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Beneath Our Feet

Author : Ron Vernon
ISBN : 0521790301
Genre : Nature
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Explains the processes responsible for creating rocks and minerals.
Category: Nature

The Earth Beneath Our Feet

Author : Alice E Wilson
ISBN : 0343311771
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