The House At The Edge Of Night
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📒The House At The Edge Of Night ✍ Catherine Banner
✏The House at the Edge of Night Book Summary : 'Ten years ago, my top holiday read was Victoria Hislop's The Island; this summer's great escape belongs to Catherine Banner.' The Pool 'Delightful ... A captivating tale of love ... and loyalty peopled by wonderfully vivid characters.' Sunday Express 'Readers, prepare to be captivated.' Irish Independent On a tiny island off the coast of Italy, surrounded by the sound of the sea and the scent of bougainvillea, the Esposito family have been running the bar, the House at the Edge of Night, for generations. Over the course of a century, as the town is transformed by war, fascism, tourism and recession, the spirited Esposito women are determined to keep the doors to the bar open. It is, after all, the place where unexpected friendships are forged, betrayals are discovered and great love affairs begin.
📒City At The Edge Of Night ✍ Christopher Thompson
✏City at the Edge of Night Book Summary : These poems are written in the classical tradition of rhymed, metrical verse, but their subject matter is very modern. The poet explores a strange, internal world of powerful imagery drawn from everyday life, myth, and the subconscious. The poems have images reminiscent of the paintings of Beksinski, H.R. Giger and Hieronymous Bosch, and are in the literary tradition of William Blake. Futuristic, horrific and dream-like visions are subtly controlled by formal technique.
📒The House At The Edge Of The Jungle ✍ Mary Morgan
✏The House at the Edge of the Jungle Book Summary : When Victor Cartwright is sent to Malaya on a business trip, he invites his sister, Isabel, to go with him. Isabel, haunted by memories of her childhood in the jungle, has always longed to return to the country where she and Victor were born. She was six years old and Victor a baby when they were evacuated back to England just hours before Malaya fell to the Japanese in 1942. But their parents were left behind, their fate never known. While Victor accepts that their parents met the same end as many others in those last days of the Empire, Isabel is sure there is more to the story. In Kuala Lumpur, on a visit to the house where they lived before the Japanese came, the house Isabel has dreamed of for so long, she begins to recall those dim and distant days. The house is full of ghosts for her, exotic and troubling, and when Victor meets with an accident there, Isabel is convinced it holds some terrible secret. She sets off alone to explore the enigma of her parents's lives, and through Oliver Bailey, an Englishman who once knew them, and an even more surprising figure from the past, she finally unravels the long hidden mysteries. Mary Morgan's The House at the Edge of the Jungle is a fascinating tale of past and present.
📒House At The Edge Of The World ✍ Tim Haynes
✏House at the Edge of the World Book Summary : Drunken wakes, mistaken corpses, strongman competitions with mountain goats, and salmon poaching at midnight by the light of a torch while hiding from the police, are among the poignant and comic anecdotes littered throughout this honest, funny story. Such hilarious events are inevitable for the South African family that spends four years living in rural Ireland, rebuilding their dream stone cottage from scratch, dealing with meddling locals, and learning to appreciate the country folk's very strange antics.
📒A House At The Edge Of Tears ✍ Vénus Khoury-Ghata
✏A House at the Edge of Tears Book Summary : A hard-hitting but poetic autobiographic account of growing up in war-torn Beruit introduces readers to a young man who is gradually being distanced from his family as the city falls apart around him. Original.
📒Comedy At The Edge ✍ Richard Zoglin
✏Comedy at the Edge Book Summary : When Lenny Bruce overdosed in 1966, he left behind an impressive legacy of edgy, politically charged comedy. Four short years later, a new breed of comic, inspired by Bruce's artistic fearlessness, made telling jokes an art form, forever putting to rest the stereotype of the one-liner borscht belt set. During the 1970s, a small group of brilliant, iconoclastic comedians, led by George Carlin, Richard Pryor, and Robert Klein, tore through the country and became as big as rock stars in an era when Saturday Night Live and SCTV were the apotheosis of cool, and the Improv and Catch a Rising Star were the hottest clubs around. That a new wave of innovative comedians, like Steve Martin, Albert Brooks, Robin Williams, and Andy Kauffman followed closely behind only cemented comedy's place as one of the most important art forms of the decade. In Comedy at the Edge, Richard Zoglin explores in depth this ten-year period when comedians stood, with microphone in hand, at the white-hot center of popular culture, stretching the boundaries of the genre, fighting obscenity laws, and becoming the collective voices of their generation. In the process, they revolutionized an art form. Based on extensive interviews with club owners, booking agents, groupies, and the players themselves, Zoglin traces the decade's tumultuous arc in this no-holds barred, behind-the-scenes look at one of the most influential decades in American popular culture.
📒Tales From The Edge ✍ Larry Kaniut
✏Tales from the Edge Book Summary : From the Klondike to the Bering Sea, from Alaska's bounty that brought fortunes to some to its wilderness that claimed the lives of others, Tales from the Edge explores the myth, beauty, and peril of the arctic landscape. Editor Larry Kaniut brings together some of the world's best outdoor adventure writers to celebrate the land and the people who have measured themselves against it. Tales from the Edge is a celebration of Alaska featuring such notable contributors as Peter Jenkins, Spike Walker, Jay Hammond, Nick Jans, Dana Stabenow, Larry Kaniut, and more. Tales from the Edge will stir the soul and imagination of every armchair adventurer.
📒Escaping From The Edge Of Nowhere ✍ Cheryl D. Ford
✏Escaping From The Edge Of Nowhere Book Summary : Freelance photographer Ein seems to have everything he could possibly need to make him happy; a large, rustic house on the shores of a mountain lake in Montana, a thriving career, and a beautiful, loving wife who will soon be presenting him with their first child. "However," something is missing for Ein. He is unable to let go of his dream of achieving his greatest ambition of someday winning the Pulitzer for photojournalism. When Jeff, the owner of an environmental periodical, calls Ein with the news that he’s discovered an ominous seismic vein in Alaska that may impact the future of the entire planet, nothing is going to stop Ein from going along on Jeff’s exploratory expedition. Thus begins a maelstrom of intrigue and escalating jeopardy that continuously threatens the lives of the members of this wilderness trek. There is every chance that Ein will not survive it, but if he does, the Pulitzer may finally be within his grasp. A spectacular wilderness adventure, Escaping from the Edge of Nowhere chronicles just how far one man is prepared to go, to achieve a lifelong dream.
✏Living at the Edge a Biography of D H Lawrence and Frieda Von Richthofen Book Summary : The author uses unpublished letters and interviews to shed light on one of the most interesting love affairs in literary history, chronicling the often tempestuous, always sexually vital marriage between D. H. Lawrence and his wife Frieda von Richtofen.
📒Haunted Files From The Edge ✍ Philip J. Imbrogno
✏Haunted Files from the Edge Book Summary : The Strange, the Bizarre, and the Unexplained Just when you think Philip Imbrogno’s infamous files have been exhausted, he presents us with another collection of spooky cases of unexplained strangeness. Pulled from more than thirty years’ worth of investigations, these never-before-published cases involve run-ins with angry spirits, phantasms, monsters, and poltergeists. Through detailed on-scene investigations and historical research, Haunted Files from the Edge takes you on a creepy tour of notorious specters, haunted places, and legends such as the Ghosts of Sleepy Hollow, the Curse of the Green Witch, the Ghosts of the Alamo, and the Curse of Owlsbury. Using state-of-the-art tools and special imaging techniques, Imbrogno has been able to find rational explanations for 73 percent of the cases he has investigated. The mystifying cases presented here, supported by eyewitness testimony and photographic evidence, are among those that defy explanation.