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Echoes Of Betrayal

Author : Elizabeth Moon
ISBN : 9780345524812
Genre : Fiction
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“This is an excellent series, and Echoes of Betrayal is particularly well done. [Elizabeth Moon] is a consistently entertaining writer, and this book lives up to her standards.”—San Jose Mercury News All is not well in the Eight Kingdoms. In Lyonya, King Kieri is about to celebrate marriage to his beloved, the half-elf Arian. But uncanny whispers from the spirits of his ancestors continue to warn of treachery and murder, and a finger of suspicion points in a shocking direction. Meanwhile, in Tsaia, the young king Mikeli grapples with unrest among his own nobility after granting the title and estates of a traitorous magelord to a Verrakaien—who not only possesses the forbidden magic but is a woman. The controversial decision and its consequences put the king’s claim to the throne in peril. But even greater danger looms. A dragon’s wild offspring are sowing death and destruction, upsetting the ancient balance of power. A collision seems inevitable. Yet when it comes, it will be utterly unexpected—and all the more devastating for it. “Fans of epic fantasy . . . should enjoy this series.”—Library Journal “Rousing action and intriguing plot twists.”—Kirkus Reviews Includes a preview of the next book in the Paladin’s Legacy series, Limits of Power.
Category: Fiction

Echoes Of Betrayal

Author : Una-Mary Parker
ISBN : 0727878956
Genre : Fiction
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When beautiful debutante Cathryn Brocklehurst meets dashing aristocrat Nicolas Abingdon it is love at first sight, even though he is twenty years older than her. Despite parental disapproval they marry, but when the body of a young child is found on the Abingdon estate, long-buried grudges and simmering family feuds come to the surface, threatening all that Cathryn holds most dear.
Category: Fiction

Echoes Of Betrayal

Author : Anisha Namutowe
ISBN : 9982707396
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After thirteen years of marriage, Susan comes clean to her husband Melvin about an affair she had two years prior. What ensues is a rollercoaster ride that threatens to completely tear their family apart. Did she do it out of revenge? This is the one question that Melvin grapples with as he tries to come to terms with how his good-natured and once faithful wife changed. Can he forgive and forget? Can he love a woman whose heart was swayed by another, even if it was just for a short while? Is she worth fighting for? As Melvin tries to come to terms with Susan's revelations, he can't help but wonder if his past actions, or lack thereof, have something to do with the storm that his marriage is currently facing. Isaac and Hilary's six-year-old marriage comes to a screeching halt when Hilary learns about her husband's affair with the married Susan. With their marriage already marred in scars of infertility, can this couple possibly survive this new storm? Is it really true that some sins cannot be forgiven? Is there even such a thing as an 'innocent or pure affair?' What is one to do when family and religion demand that divorce isn't an option for a couple that's run out of love for each other? Bernard and Hilda are a couple that was doomed to fail from the very beginning, yet the two insist on defying logic and fate by staying together. Is love enough to make any relationship work? What role does nurture and nature play in the development of one's character? Is it the number of years spent in a relationship, or the life lived in those years that matters the most? Can there be a happy ending for a couple that's willing to defy all odds to be together? Is there such a thing as meant to be? Could this be the beginning of the end for the couples, or the end of the beginning?


Author : Ellen Datlow
ISBN : 9781534413467
Genre : Fiction
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The essential collection of beloved ghost stories, compiled by the editor who helped define the genre—including stories from award-winning, bestselling authors such as Joyce Carol Oates, Alice Hoffman, Seanan McGuire, and Paul Tremblay. Everyone loves a good ghost story, especially Ellen Datlow—the most lauded editor in short works of supernatural suspense and dark fantasy. The Saga Anthology of Ghost Stories is her definitive collection of ghost stories. These twenty-nine stories, including all new works from New York Times bestselling authors Joyce Carol Oates, Alice Hoffman, Seanan McGuire, and Paul Tremblay, span from the traditional to the eclectic, from the mainstream to the literary, from pure fantasy to the bizarrely supernatural. Whether you’re reading alone under the covers with a flashlight, or around a campfire with a circle of friends, there’s something here to please—and spook—everyone. Contributors include: Joyce Carol Oates, Alice Hoffman, Vincent J. Masterson, A.C. Wise, M. Rickert, Seanan McGuire, Lee Thomas, Alison Littlewood, M.L. Siemienowicz, Richard Kadrey, Indrapramit Das, Richard Bowes, Nick Mamatas, Terry Dowling, Aliette de Bodard, Carole Johnstone, Dale Bailey, Stephen Graham Jones, Bracken MacLeod, Garth Nix, Brian Evenson, Jeffrey Ford, Gemma Files, Paul Tremblay, Nathan Ballingrud, Pat Cadigan, John Langan.
Category: Fiction

Northfield Echoes

Author : Delavan Leonard Pierson
ISBN : CORNELL:31924093216723
Genre : Theology
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Woodland Echoes

Author : James Cargill Guthrie
ISBN : UCD:31175035216400
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Battle Echoes

Author : George Barton Ide
ISBN : BL:A0021922521
Genre : Providence and government of God
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Echoes Of Truth

Author : Edmund Martin Geldart
Genre : Sermons, English
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Echoes From Niagara

Author : Mrs. Julia M. (Corbitt) Crowley
ISBN : WISC:89098876832
Genre : United States
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Echoes From Peak And Plain

Author : Isaac Haight Beardsley
ISBN : NYPL:33433082335708
Genre : Clergy
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Echoes From The Rocky Mountains

Author : John Wesley Clampitt
ISBN : IND:32000009320013
Genre : Frontier and pioneer life
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Echoes From Old Calcutta

Author : Henry Elmsley Busteed
ISBN : OXFORD:N10560870
Genre : Calcutta (India)
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Subtle Echoes

Author : Tehmeena Salam
Genre : Fiction
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Subtle Echoes is a collection of poetries and open letters. Exploring through the depths of one's emotions, peaking into the realities of love and betrayal, freeing the caged memories and daunting upon the scenarios overthought; this book remains the choice for many unsaid emotions and unexplained moods. A book for the ones who want to be understood yet remain quiet, who want to relate their situations, the ones who are looking for the ray of hopes and positivities among the negativites. A book that tries to fathom the echoes of a subtle heart.
Category: Fiction

Echoes Of Trauma And Shame In German Families

Author : Lina Jakob
ISBN : 9780253048271
Genre : History
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How is it possible for people who were born in a time of relative peace and prosperity to suddenly discover war as a determining influence on their lives? For decades to speak openly of German suffering during World War II--to claim victimhood in a country that had victimized millions--was unthinkable. But in the past few years, growing numbers of Germans in their 40s and 50s calling themselves Kriegsenkel, or Grandchildren of the War, have begun to explore the fundamental impact of the war on their present lives and mental health. Their parents and grandparents suffered bombardment, death, forced displacement, and the shame of the Nazi war crimes. The Kriegsenkel feel their own psychological struggles--from depression, anxiety disorders, and burnout to broken marriages and career problems--are the direct consequences of unresolved war experiences passed down through their families. Drawing on interviews, participant observation, and a broad range of scholarship, Lina Jakob considers how the Kriegsenkel movement emerged at the nexus between public and familial silences about World War II, and critically discusses how this new collective identity is constructed and addressed within the framework of psychology and Western therapeutic culture.
Category: History