The Forgotten Hours

📒The Forgotten Hours ✍ Katrin Schumann

✏Book Title : The Forgotten Hours
✏Author : Katrin Schumann
✏Publisher : Lake Union Publishing
✏Release Date : 2019-02
✏Pages : 362
✏ISBN : 1542040035
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Forgotten Hours Book Summary : An Amazon Charts and Washington Post bestseller. "A relevant, compelling, and compassionate look at the torture of conflicted loyalties and the slipperiness of truth." --Jenna Blum, New York Times bestselling author of Those Who Save Us and The Lost Family In this evocative debut novel, Katrin Schumann weaves a riveting story of past and present--and how love can lead us astray. At twenty-four, Katie Gregory feels like life is looking up: she's snagged a great job in New York City and is falling for a captivating artist--and memories of her traumatic past are finally fading. Katie's life fell apart almost a decade earlier, during an idyllic summer at her family's cabin on Eagle Lake when her best friend accused her father of sexual assault. Throughout his trial and imprisonment, Katie insisted on his innocence, dodging reporters and clinging to memories of the man she adores. Now he's getting out. Yet when Katie returns to the shuttered lakeside cabin, details of that fateful night resurface: the chill of the lake, the heat of first love, the terrible sting of jealousy. And as old memories collide with new realities, they call into question everything she thinks she knows about family, friends, and, ultimately, herself. Now, Katie's choices will be put to the test with life-altering consequences.

📒Time And The Gods ✍ Lord Dunsany

✏Book Title : Time and the Gods
✏Author : Lord Dunsany
✏Publisher : 谷月社
✏Release Date : 2016-01-08
✏Pages :
✏ISBN :
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Time and the Gods Book Summary : TIME AND THE GODS Once when the gods were young and only Their swarthy servant Time was without age, the gods lay sleeping by a broad river upon earth. There in a valley that from all the earth the gods had set apart for Their repose the gods dreamed marble dreams. And with domes and pinnacles the dreams arose and stood up proudly between the river and the sky, all shimmering white to the morning. In the city's midst the gleaming marble of a thousand steps climbed to the citadel where arose four pinnacles beckoning to heaven, and midmost between the pinnacles there stood the dome, vast, as the gods had dreamed it. All around, terrace by terrace, there went marble lawns well guarded by onyx lions and carved with effigies of all the gods striding amid the symbols of the worlds. With a sound like tinkling bells, far off in a land of shepherds hidden by some hill, the waters of many fountains turned again home. Then the gods awoke and there stood Sardathrion. Not to common men have the gods given to walk Sardathrion's streets, and not to common eyes to see her fountains. Only to those to whom in lonely passes in the night the gods have spoken, leaning through the stars, to those that have heard the voices of the gods above the morning or seen Their faces bending above the sea, only to those hath it been given to see Sardathrion, to stand where her pinnacles gathered together in the night fresh from the dreams of gods. For round the valley a great desert lies through which no common traveller may come, but those whom the gods have chosen feel suddenly a great longing at heart, and crossing the mountains that divide the desert from the world, set out across it driven by the gods, till hidden in the desert's midst they find the valley at last and look with eyes upon Sardathrion.

📒From A College Window ✍ Arthur Christopher Benson

✏Book Title : From a College Window
✏Author : Arthur Christopher Benson
✏Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
✏Release Date : 2019-09-25
✏Pages : 136
✏ISBN : 9783734087448
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏From a College Window Book Summary : Reproduction of the original: From a College Window by Arthur Christopher Benson

📒The Complete Peg Na ✍ Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett Baron Dunsany

✏Book Title : The Complete Peg na
✏Author : Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett Baron Dunsany
✏Publisher : Chaosium Inc.
✏Release Date : 2006
✏Pages : 239
✏ISBN : 9781568821900
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Complete Peg na Book Summary : For the first time, all of Dunsany's tales of the fabulous realm of Pegana are collected in one volume. The edition includes his first two books, "The Gods of Pegana" and "Time and the Gods" along with three stories.

✏Book Title : The Essential Lord Dunsany Collection
✏Author : Lord Dunsany
✏Publisher : eBookIt.com
✏Release Date : 2013-03
✏Pages : 1465
✏ISBN : 9781456614768
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Essential Lord Dunsany Collection Book Summary : Compiled in one book, the essential collection of books by Lord Dunsany:The Book of WonderDon RodriguezA Dreamer's TalesFifty-One TalesGods of PeganaPlays of Near and FarTales of WonderTime and the Gods

📒Landscape With Landscape ✍ Gerald Murnane

✏Book Title : Landscape with Landscape
✏Author : Gerald Murnane
✏Publisher : Giramondo Publishing
✏Release Date : 2016-07-01
✏Pages : 368
✏ISBN : 9781925336122
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Landscape with Landscape Book Summary : Landscape with Landscape is Gerald Murnane’s fourth book, after The Plains, and his first collection of short fiction. When it was first published, thirty years ago, it was cruelly reviewed. ‘I feel sorry for my fourth-eldest, which of all my book-children was the most brutally treated in its early years,’ Murnane writes in his foreword to this new edition. In hindsight it can be seen to contain some of his best writing, and to offer a wide-ranging exploration of the different landscapes which make up the imagination of this extraordinary Australian writer. Five of the six loosely connected stories also trace a journey through the suburbs of Melbourne in the 1960s, as the writer negotiates the conflicting demands of Catholicism and sex, self-consciousness and intimacy, alcohol and literature. The sixth story, ‘The Battle of Acosta Nu’, is remarkable for its depth of emotion, as it imagines a Paraguayan man imagining a country called Australia, while his son sickens and dies before his eyes.

✏Book Title : The Bulgari Connection
✏Author : Fay Weldon
✏Publisher : Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
✏Release Date : 2007-12-01
✏Pages : 192
✏ISBN : 9781555848019
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Bulgari Connection Book Summary : Once again the acclaimed British author of Rhode Island Blues and Big Girls Don't Cry draws us into an unmistakably wild, rollicking tale full of her trademark satirical wit and sharp observation. Grace McNab Salt is the recently divorced wife of the millionaire Barley Salt, who has married Doris Dubois, the sexy, young host of TV's Artsworld Extra. The novel opens with Grace emerging from jail where she was sent for trying to run Doris over with her Jaguar in a supermarket parking lot in an act of revenge. All three attend a London charity ball, and in typical Weldon fashion the meeting turns everyone's lives upside down. Weldon's world is one of relationships: torrid affairs, lovers' spite, and revenge. Full of clever women, breathless romance, insistent desires, and even a dose of the supernatural, The Bulgari Connection is a boisterously witty and stylish novel. The publication of The Bulgari Connection created a whirl of controversy when a front-page New York Times article revealed that Weldon received an undisclosed sum of money from the famous Italian jeweler for a prominent place in her novel. The debate about the legitimacy of commercially sponsored literature has been heating up ever since.

📒Mother Reader ✍ Moyra Davey

✏Book Title : Mother Reader
✏Author : Moyra Davey
✏Publisher : Seven Stories Press
✏Release Date : 2001
✏Pages : 356
✏ISBN : 1583220720
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Mother Reader Book Summary : This anthology of writings on motherhood turns the spotlight away from the child to the mother herself. Memoirs, testimonials, diaries, essays and fiction describe the powerful changes brought into these writers' lives by pregnancy, childbirth and mothering. Contributors include Doris Lessing, Toni Morrison Sylvia Plath, Margaret Atwood, Ursula Leguin, Grace Paley and Alice Walker. The editor is a photographer for The New York Times.

📒Uses For Boys ✍ Erica Lorraine Scheidt

✏Book Title : Uses for Boys
✏Author : Erica Lorraine Scheidt
✏Publisher : St. Martin's Griffin
✏Release Date : 2013-01-15
✏Pages : 240
✏ISBN : 9781250013811
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Uses for Boys Book Summary : Anna remembers a time before boys, when she was little and everything made sense. When she and her mom were a family, just the two of them against the world. But now her mom is gone most of the time, chasing the next marriage, brining home the next stepfather. Anna is left on her own—until she discovers that she can make boys her family. From Desmond to Joey, Todd to Sam, Anna learns that if you give boys what they want, you can get what you need. But the price is high—the other kids make fun of her; the girls call her a slut. Anna's new friend, Toy, seems to have found a way around the loneliness, but Toy has her own secrets that even Anna can't know. Then comes Sam. When Anna actually meets a boy who is more than just useful, whose family eats dinner together, laughs, and tells stories, the truth about love becomes clear. And she finally learns how it feels to have something to lose—and something to offer. Real, shocking, uplifting, and stunningly lyrical, Uses for Boys by Erica Lorraine Scheidt is a story of breaking down and growing up.

📒The Forgotten Sea ✍ Beverley Harper

✏Book Title : The Forgotten Sea
✏Author : Beverley Harper
✏Publisher : Pan Australia
✏Release Date : 2001-09-01
✏Pages : 576
✏ISBN : 9781742626994
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Forgotten Sea Book Summary : Not a pretty sight. Certainly not one the authorities on Mauritius, that gem of a tourist destination in a trio of idyllic islands once known as the Mascarenes, would like to become public knowledge. Their carefully nurtured image was of sparkling blue sea, emerald green palm fringes haphazardly angled along pure white beaches, gentle winds whispering through the casuarinas under an azure sky. This was ugly, messy. When journalist Holly Jones arrives in Mauritius to cover millionaire adventurer Connor Maguire's search for buried ancestral treasure, it promises to be two weeks in an exotic island paradise ... and a chance to start piecing together a broken heart. What she hasn't planned on is an infuriating, reluctant subject with a hidden agenda. Or one who manages to break down her carefully constructed barriers and awaken long-forgotten desires. After the body of a young woman is washed up on a beach, Holly finds herself embroiled in an unsolved murder case and the idyllic island's darkest secrets. Passionate, intriguing and compelling, The Forgotten Sea is Beverley Harper at her best yet.