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📒Couching At The Door ✍ D. K. Broster
✏Couching at the Door Book Summary : Dorothy Kathleen Broster (1877-1950) is best known for her historical novels. But there is a darker side to her writing, glimpsed in her early poems - 'The Second of September 1792' is a fine example - and finding full expression in the stories she wrote after she had become a highly successful novelist.Sometimes - as in 'The Window' or 'The Pestering', or 'All Soul's Day' these are what we might call 'explainable' ghost stories: apparitions or hauntings whose origin is to be found in some violent or unjust action in the past. Other stories, 'Couching at the Door' and 'From the Abyss', have little or no explanation, even in supernatural terms. Add to these an elegant reworking of the 'Persephone' myth, 'The Taste of Pomegranates', the downright bloodthirsty 'Clairvoyance', and the psychological studies, 'The Promised Land' and 'The Pavement' which so well merit the heading 'Madness and Obsession', and you have a collection to disturb and unsettle the strongest nerves.
📒The Door ✍ Margaret Atwood
✏The Door Book Summary : The Door, Margaret Atwood's first book of poetry since Morning in the Burned House, is a magnificent achievement. Here in paperback for the first time, these fifty lucid, urgent poems range in tone from lyric to ironic to mediative to prophetic, and in subject from the personal to the political, viewed in its broadest sense. They investigate the mysterious writing of poetry itself, as well as the passage of time and our shared sense of mortality. Brave and compassionate, The Door interrogates the certainties that we build our lives on, and reminds us once again of Margaret Atwood's unique accomplishments as one of the finest and most celebrated writers of our time.
📒Christ Knocking At The Door Of Sinners Hearts ✍ John Flavel
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📒Opening The Door ✍ Helen Mutter
✏Opening the Door Book Summary : In this inspirational autobiography, author Helen Mutter opens up her world to us and shares a lifetime of challenges, triumphs and revelations. We follow her through her childhood years, and share the many experiences that shaped Helen's future, including her parents' divorce when she was nine. Moving into adulthood, Helen had a life-altering experience: At the age of twenty one, Helen encountered God, and for the first time discovered what it meant to be truly accepted, unconditionally. Opening the Door continues, sharing the moments when Helen got married, had children, and had to learn to balance work, family, and the pressures of society. But, luckily, she had the strength of God to help her through. Even the shattering and unexpected death of her dear father could not extinguish the flame of faith, and her words inspired her father himself, before he died, to find the spiritual connection he had been lacking. Always accessible and even light-hearted at times, Helen Mutter's story will speak to everyone, and will inspire faith and strength with every turn of the page. Helen Mutter brings us Opening the Door in the hopes that her story may continue to infuse a connection with God and foster spirituality in others. She currently lives in Swindon in Wiltshire, England, and hopes to write more motivational literature. http: //www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/OpeningTheDoor.html
📒The Spook Who Sat By The Door ✍ Sam Greenlee
✏The Spook who Sat by the Door Book Summary : The CIA's first Black officer uses his training in organizing a ghetto army to destroy white America
📒Stranger At The Door ✍ Kristjana Gunnars
✏Stranger at the Door Book Summary : At the beginning of a new writing project—whether it’s the first page of a new novel or a less ambitious project, writers often experience exhilaration, fear, or dread. For Kristjana Gunnars, the call of a new project is “like someone you don’t know knocking on your door—you either choose to let the person in or not. It’s both exciting and dangerous to start a new manuscript.” This book is an engagement with that “stranger” called writing. Creative or imaginative writing is a complex process that involves more than intellect alone. Writers make use of everything: their sensibilities, history, culture, knowledge, experience, education, and even their biology. These essays seek out, and gather into a discussion, what writers have said about their own experiences in writing. Although the writers are from around the world and of very different backgrounds, the commonality of their remarks brings home the realization that writers everywhere are grappling with similar problems—with the seemingly simple problems of when, where, why, and what to write, but also larger questions such as the relationship between writer and society, or issues of privacy, appropriation, or homelessness. While none of these questions can be definitively answered, they can be fruitfully discussed. Originating as questions posed in creative-writing seminars, these essays have grown into companion texts for both writers and readers who want to participate in a conversation about what writers do.
📒The Door ✍ Trina Chako
✏The Door Book Summary : Krittika comes to Dubai from Delhi after her father’s demise. On his deathbed her father reveals the existence of the family he had escaped from years ago. A family she hadn’t even known existed. The Rathods. On her arrival she finds herself in a set up and way of life that is completely alien. For one the entire clan lives together. Her three uncles, her two aunts. Their husbands, wives and children. They work together. In the family business. And they are wealthy. Powerful. But the most shocking revelation of all is that she is a wealthy heiress. Her grandfather left the bulk of his fortune to her father and she has inherited it on his death. Accustomed to her father’s frequent changes of job and their lack of financial stability, Krittika doesn’t know whether to be glad or sorry to learn that she need never worry about finances again. And the large beautiful white house by the sea seems perfect. Only it isn’t. There’s a snake in Eden. Something murky beneath the bright and gay surface of her new family. For who is the stranger she meets on the beach? A man named Kapil Singh who tells her he is her family’s arch enemy. A man who looks at her with such hatred though it’s their first meeting? “You are a Rathod.” He tells her angrily. And slowly Krittika begins to understand what it means to be a Rathod. The focus, the commitment, the loyalty. And slowly she begins to bond with her cousins. Then in an unexpected twist Krittika finds herself alone once more. Someone tries to push her off the terrace of a hotel and kill her. Kapil Singh comes to her rescue. Krittika finds herself plagued by ugly suspicions. Who is trying to kill her? Why? Will Krittika manage to evade the murderer? Will she find the truth? Or die in the attempt? And if she does will she manage to tell Kapil how she really feels about him?
📒The Door Of No Return ✍ Sarah Mussi
✏The Door of No Return Book Summary : Sixteen-year-old Zac Baxter never believed his grandfather's tales about their enslaved ancestors being descended from an African king, but when his grandfather is murdered and the villains come after Zac, he sets out for Ghana to find King Baktu's long-lost treasure before the murderers do.
📒The Door ✍ Magda Szabo
✏The Door Book Summary : One of The New York Times Book Review's "10 Best Books of 2015" An NYRB Classics Original The Door is an unsettling exploration of the relationship between two very different women. Magda is a writer, educated, married to an academic, public-spirited, with an on-again-off-again relationship to Hungary’s Communist authorities. Emerence is a peasant, illiterate, impassive, abrupt, seemingly ageless. She lives alone in a house that no one else may enter, not even her closest relatives. She is Magda’s housekeeper and she has taken control over Magda’s household, becoming indispensable to her. And Emerence, in her way, has come to depend on Magda. They share a kind of love—at least until Magda’s long-sought success as a writer leads to a devastating revelation. Len Rix’s prizewinning translation of The Door at last makes it possible for American readers to appreciate the masterwork of a major modern European writer.
📒The Door ✍ Vern Thibedeau
✏The Door Book Summary : For Canadian corrections offi cer Vern Thibedeau, it all began at "Disney World"-or at least the penitentiary that ironically carried that nickname. Within ten months, he is seriously injured. One year later he has a pistol aimed at his head during an incident in which two officers and a civilian are shot. Four years later, an inmate murders a correctional offi cer, who is Vern's friend, and a food steward. Over the course of a career spanning twenty six years, Vern was assigned to fi ve different prisons, but his time behind the stark walls of Kingston Penitentiary was his most difficult. During his assignment there, he dealt with some of the most notorious and dangerous inmates in Canada's history, such as Clifford Olson and others as bad as Paul Bernardo and Russell Williams. He was part of several hostage incidents and was taken hostage himself once. The stress of his job manifested itself in a variety of physical and emotional injuries, and he found himself forced to take time off to recover. It all culminated during a horrific time when a sex offender is taken to segregation and his victim is approximately the age of Vern's own daughter. It all struck a little too close for comfort. Later, Vern worked closely with police while investigating a fellow officer who was also a friend. After retirement, Vern is contacted by the police who request more information regarding the investigation. These are his true stories of his years working behind the bars.