The Valley Of Silent People

✏Book Title : The Valley of Silent People
✏Author : Greg Sarwa
✏Publisher : Ampol Publishing
✏Release Date : 2012-11-07
✏Pages : 318
✏ISBN : 9780615707389
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Valley of Silent People Book Summary : Based on the legend of Saint Sara, who with Mary Magdalene arrived at the shores of the French Riviera after Christ crucifixion, "The Valley of Silent People" is an allegory about gaining faith and trust that even the most unexpected and radical discovery has no power to overcome. Though unrecognized as a saint by the Catholic Church, Saint Sara remains one in the hearts of people, especially Roms, who designate her as their patron. Controversy still swirls over whether Sara was Mary Magdalene's and Jesus Christ's daughter or simply a servant, fascinating millions of readers around the world. Joe Clatt's content and uncomplicated life is shattered one evening, when an atrocious accident claims the life of his wife and leaves his only child in a deathly coma. Joe discovers a letter his wife wrote not long before her death, suggesting she anticipated such destiny. Her last wish is for Joe to visit an inconspicuous place located on the other side of the ocean. Against his better judgment, Joe arrives in a distant village on the French Cote d'Azur. The night, after the festival honoring Saint Sara, he meets one person he was certain he would never see again. Guided by his heart he finds himself embraced as a participant in a remarkable journey, no longer a mere spectator. While Joe struggles to uncover reasons why his wife's final wish led him to France, he experiences phenomenal events-occurrences, he believes, grant confidence that his daughter will survive. Are these revelations the answers Joe seeks, or is something else veiled in the mists of time? "The Valley of Silent People" is a fable in the tradition of magic realism of Paulo Coelho's "The Alchemist" (Harper One, 1993). It alludes to the controversial subject of Mary Magdalene from the perspective of an ordinary man, who while experiencing most obscure moments of his life finds himself in the middle of exceptional circumstances. "The Valley of Silent People" evokes an enchanted sense of reverie and poignancy, similarly to "The Mermaid Chair: A Novel" by Sue Monk Kid (Viking, 2005). And while veiling the tale in a magical mist, it lets the reader arrive with its own answer to the question of what is real, and what only appears to be. Featuring the actual village of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer and the annual festival of Saint Sara, "The Valley of Silent People" is a one-man journey through the exquisite phenomenon we call life.

📒The Valley Of Silent Men ✍ James Oliver Curwood

✏Book Title : The Valley of Silent Men
✏Author : James Oliver Curwood
✏Publisher : 1st World Publishing
✏Release Date : 2006-07
✏Pages : 240
✏ISBN : 9781421821559
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Valley of Silent Men Book Summary : Before the railroad's thin lines of steel bit their way up through the wilderness, Athabasca Landing was the picturesque threshold over which one must step who would enter into the mystery and adventure of the great white North. It is still Iskwatam - the "door" which opens to the lower reaches of the Athabasca, the Slave, and the Mackenzie. It is somewhat difficult to find on the map, yet it is there, because its history is written in more than a hundred and forty years of romance and tragedy and adventure in the lives of men, and is not easily forgotten. Over the old trail it was about a hundred and fifty miles north of Edmonton. The railroad has brought it nearer to that base of civilization, but beyond it the wilderness still howls as it has howled for a thousand years, and the waters of a continent flow north and into the Arctic Ocean. It is possible that the beautiful dream of the real-estate dealers may come true, for the most avid of all the sportsmen of the earth, the money-hunters, have come up on the bumpy railroad that sometimes lights its sleeping cars with lanterns, and with them have come typewriters, and stenographers, and the art of printing advertisements, and the Golden Rule of those who sell handfuls of earth to hopeful purchasers thousands of miles away - "Do others as they would do you." And with it, too, has come the legitimate business of barter and trade, with eyes on all that treasure of the North which lies between the Grand Rapids of the Athabasca and the edge of the polar sea.

📒The Silent People ✍ Walter Macken

✏Book Title : The Silent People
✏Author : Walter Macken
✏Publisher : Pan Macmillan
✏Release Date : 2014-05-22
✏Pages : 368
✏ISBN : 9781447269144
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Silent People Book Summary : In Ireland in 1826 millions knew only famine, oppression and degradation. The landlords ground down the tenant famers; tithe wars and injustice were rife. But Dualta Duane battles against tyranny, struggling to survive the evils of hunger, poverty and disease. Courageous and fortified by an enduring love, Duane's unconquerable spirit personifies the love of freedom that raged in the soul of Ireland.

✏Book Title : Asian Highlands Perspectives 12 Silence in the Valley of Songs
✏Author : Zla-ba-sgrol-ma
✏Release Date :
✏Pages : 245
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Asian Highlands Perspectives 12 Silence in the Valley of Songs Book Summary : The text and more than one hundred full-page color plates document Tibetan folk music (particularly work songs), and local life in the Sman shod Valley, Sde dge County, Dkar mdzes Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province, China. Bo nyed, a local elder, describes the situation that motivated this timely documentation, "In the past we sang constantly, but now people don't sing no matter where they are or what they are doing. Now everyone is silent." The text includes richly contextualized and annotated transcriptions of the songs' Tibetan lyrics with English translations. Audio materials related to this publication can be found at:

📒Not A Silent People ✍ Walter B. Shurden

✏Book Title : Not a Silent People
✏Author : Walter B. Shurden
✏Publisher : Smyth & Helwys Publishing, Inc.
✏Release Date : 1995
✏Pages : 118
✏ISBN : 1573120219
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Not a Silent People Book Summary : Shurden presents a heritage of denominational controversy and shows how this history continues to shape and affect Baptists today, in this second edition.

📒People Of The Silence ✍ Kathleen O'Neal Gear

✏Book Title : People of the Silence
✏Author : Kathleen O'Neal Gear
✏Publisher : Tor Books
✏Release Date : 1997-09-15
✏Pages : 672
✏ISBN : 9781466817845
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏People of the Silence Book Summary : At its pinnacle in A.D. 1150 the Anasazi empire of the Southwest would see no equal in North America for almost eight hundred years. Yet even at this cultural zenith, the Anasazi held the seeds of their own destruction deep within themselves.... On his deathbed, the Great Sun Chief learns a secret, a shame so vile to him that even at the brink of eternity he cannot let it pass: In a village far to the north is a fifteen-summers-old girl who must be found. Though he knows neither her name nor her face, the Great Sun decrees that the girl must at all costs be killed. Fleeing for her life as her village lies in ruins, young Cornsilk is befriended by Poor Singer, a curious youth seeking to touch the soul of the Katchinas. Together, they undertake the perilous task of staying alive long enough to discover her true identity. But time is running out for them all--a desperate killer stalks them, one who is willing to destroy the entire Anasazi world to get to her. New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors and award-winning archaeologists W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O'Neal Gear bring the stories of these first North Americans to life in People of the Silence and other volumes in the magnicent North America's Forgotten Past series. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

✏Book Title : Silent Valley An Emmanuel Cooper Novel 3
✏Author : Malla Nunn
✏Publisher : Macmillan Publishers Aus.
✏Release Date : 2012-05-01
✏Pages : 320
✏ISBN : 9781743346686
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Silent Valley An Emmanuel Cooper Novel 3 Book Summary : A remote town. A girl of rare and exquisite beauty. A murder that silences a whole community. The body of a seventeen-year-old girl has been found covered in wildflowers on a hillside in the Drakensberg Mountains, near Durban. She is the daughter of a Zulu chief, destined to fetch a high bride price. Was Amahle as innocent as her family claims, or is her murder a sign that she lived a secret life? Detective Sergeant Emmanuel Cooper is sent to investigate. He must enter the guarded worlds of a traditional Zulu clan and a white farming community to gather up the clues Amahle left behind and bring her murderer to justice. But the silence in the valley is deafening, and it seems that everyone - from the uncooperative local police officer, to the white farm boy who seems obsessed with the dead girl - has something to hide. With no cause of death and no motive, Cooper's investigation is blocked at each turn. Can he tough it out, or will the small-town politics that stir up his feelings about the past be more than he can bear? In this page-turning tale of murder and mystery, Nunn entangles us in a rich and complex web of witchcraft, tribalism, taboo relationships... and plain old-fashioned greed. Shortlisted for the Davitt Awards' Adult Fiction 2013

📒The Silent People Speak ✍ Robert St. John

✏Book Title : The silent people speak
✏Author : Robert St. John
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1948
✏Pages : 397
✏ISBN : STANFORD:36105082988655
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The silent people speak Book Summary :

📒Stories About Stories ✍ Brian Attebery

✏Book Title : Stories about Stories
✏Author : Brian Attebery
✏Publisher : Oxford University Press
✏Release Date : 2013-12-03
✏Pages : 256
✏ISBN : 9780199379316
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Stories about Stories Book Summary : Myth is oral, collective, sacred, and timeless. Fantasy is a modern literary mode and a popular entertainment. Yet the two have always been inextricably intertwined. Stories about Stories examines fantasy as an arena in which different ways of understanding myth compete and new relationships with myth are worked out. The book offers a comprehensive history of the modern fantastic as well as an argument about its nature and importance. Specific chapters cover the origins of fantasy in the Romantic search for localized myths, fantasy versions of the Modernist turn toward the primitive, the post-Tolkienian exploration of world mythologies, post-colonial reactions to the exploitation of indigenous sacred narratives by Western writers, fantasies based in Christian belief alongside fundamentalist attempts to stamp out the form, and the emergence of ever-more sophisticated structures such as metafiction through which to explore mythic constructions of reality.

✏Book Title : Shenandoah Valley Pioneers and Their Descendants
✏Author : T. K. Cartmell
✏Publisher : Genealogical Publishing Com
✏Release Date : 2009-06-01
✏Pages : 572
✏ISBN : 9780806345437
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Shenandoah Valley Pioneers and Their Descendants Book Summary : This is an exhaustive regional history of the parent county of nine present-day Virginia or West Virginia counties. It features several hundred detailed genealogical and biographical sketches of early families of old Frederick County. With an improved index