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My Name Is Rose

Author : Lela Jean Clendaniel
ISBN : 9781449753085
Genre : Fiction
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Rose begins a journey, fleeing from someone, not knowing who she is or where she will end up after a terrible attack that leaves her with no memory of her past life. She survives by her wits and some long-forgotten experiences that even she does not know where the impulses came from. She knows she must seek out her history and find the truth that will relieve the turmoil in her life.
Category: Fiction

My Name Is Rose

Author : Sally Grindley
ISBN : 9781408814031
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Rose is a young Romani gypsy girl who travels around Romania and Europe in a caravan with her family. Playing music - on their own or with extended family and friends - her life is happy, until Rose suddenly finds herself an orphan after a dreadful car accident. This is the beginning of many changes for Rose as she is forced to adapt to another country and a new family, and she realises that she's not sure of her identity.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Her Name Is Rose

Author : Christine Breen
ISBN : 9781250054210
Genre : Fiction
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Irish woman Iris Bowen goes to Boston in search of the birth mother of her beloved adopted daughter, Rose.
Category: Fiction

Beyond Slavery

Author : Jacqueline L. Hazelton
ISBN : 9780230113893
Genre : Religion
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This book looks at a United States that continues to be driven by racial and cultural divisions, from the disproportionately high number of incarcerated African Americans to heartfelt disagreements over the true nature of marriage and the proper role of faith in public policy.
Category: Religion

Life Is Just A Bowl Of Memories

Author : David H. Brown
ISBN : 9781452056661
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 77.20 MB
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Originally, Life is Just a Bowl of Memories was meant only for the author's family - because, as close as his family is, and was, there is much they never knew. The writing style is as if the author and reader are having a conversation.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Other Planet

Author : Robin Bass Ralph
ISBN : 9781480962002
Genre : Fiction
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The Other Planet By: Robin Bass Ralph Three teenage boys build a spaceship. They shoot into orbit, but meteorites make them crash on an unknown planet. They explore the planet and discover that the planet is a drop-off place for mental patients, misfits, and lifers from planetarium prisons. There are blood-driven vampires; witches with magic wands making roads in their fancy solar cars that are run by the two bright suns; every color Harley Davidson that runs on solar polar; and many colorful florescent flowers and giant Venus fly traps. It’s a planet that never gets boring and never gets dark, filled with rare-looking creatures; confused people with evidence of government cover-ups; ghosts; and demons full of evil. There is continuous changing and nothing is ever the same.
Category: Fiction

The Sin Of The Mother

Author : Evelyn Ogbebor Iguisi
ISBN : 9783990483992
Genre : Fiction
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This story begins in a small village in Nigeria, with the birth of a beautiful baby girl named Iyobosa, 'Iyobo' for short. Little did anyone know that one day, this little girl would go on quite an adventure and change many people's lives forever. Iyobo was born into a poor family, her father was called Ogidi, and her mother, Itota. Itota was Ogidi's third and favourite wife much to the anger of Ogidi's two other wives. Itota wondered what would become of her beautiful girl. Iyobo was her fourth child and her only girl. Very sadly all three of Iyobo's brothers were unable to walk, which gave way to much talk in the village. But, much to Itota's delight, Iyobo goes on to flourish and as she gets older decides her mission in life is to find a way of helping children like her brothers and dreams of becoming a doctor. But, then something happens that could end Iyobo's dreams forever, she just has to find her way through it.
Category: Fiction

Blood And Rose

Author : Ibrahim Alladin
ISBN : 9781477110805
Genre : Fiction
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Blood and Rose is a story set in India and Canada. It is the thought-provoking and dramatic depiction of a young man named Amir who is caught up with the violence and insurgency in Kashmir, India. The story brings together the village life in the Kashmir Valley, where Amir grew up, the political tension and the military occupation in the region, and the exile period in Canada. Amir arrives in Toronto to stay with his uncle, Sajjad, also a refugee from Kashmir, who becomes an alcoholic out of frustration and anger. He abuses Amir and makes him work long hours in his convenience store in Toronto. Amir, though grateful to him, has other ambitions. He becomes a graduate student in political science and catches the eyes of a young professor Celia McKinnon. Celia falls in love with him but is unable to tell him because Amir suddenly travels to Kashmir to see his sick mother, where he is caught in an illegal demonstration and is thrown in the military prison in Jheel. Celia McKinnon, an authority in international law, goes to Kashmir to defend Amir. Her arrival in Kashmir marks the beginning of a game of intrigue, love, treachery, and deception. She has to negotiate Amirs release with General Pawar, the dictator who rules with an iron fist. What compromises will he make? The last thing he wanted was Amirs release. Old scores have to be settled.
Category: Fiction