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Bridge of Clay

Author: Markus Zusak
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THE EPIC NEW NOVEL FROM THE BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF THE BOOK THIEF 'If The Book Thief was a novel that allowed Death to steal the show... [its] brilliantly illuminated follow-up is affirmatively full of life.' Guardian 'This is a tale of love, art and redemption; rowdy and joyous.' Times 'Bridge of Clay is one of those monumental books that can draw you across space and time' Washington Post Here is a story told inside out and back to front Five Dunbar brothers are living – fighting, loving, grieving – in the perfect chaos of a house without grown-ups. Today, the father who left them has just walked right back in. He has a surprising request: Who will build a bridge with him? It is Clay, a boy tormented by a long-buried secret, who accepts. But why is Clay so broken? And why must he fulfil this extraordinary challenge? Bridge of Clay is about a boy caught in a current, a boy intent on destroying everything he has in order to become everything he needs to be. Ahead of him lies the bridge, the vision that will save both his family and himself. It will be a miracle and nothing less. At once an existential riddle and a search for redemption, this tale of five brothers coming of age in a house with no rules brims with energy, joy and pathos. Written in Markus Zusak's distinctive style, it is a tour de force from a master storyteller of the heart.


Interstate 29 35 Paseo Bridge Corridor Clay and Jackson Counties

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Indiana s Covered Bridges

Author: Robert Reed
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Once there were hundreds of 19th-century and very early 20th-century covered bridges in Indiana--so many in fact, that the state ranked third in the nation in the number of structures still standing. By the early 1930s and 1940s, a movement was afoot to preserve those magnificent structures that had not already disappeared due to desertion and deterioration. Some were saved, but many were not. What was saved and cherished, however, was an abundance of vintage black and white images taken by pioneer photographers who willingly trekked from bridge to bridge decades ago. Captured in this volume are nearly 200 of those photographs from the mid-20th century and before, representing more than 36 Indiana counties from Adams County to Wells County.


When You Work in the Shadows You Can Never Walk in the Light

Author: By Billy D. S Fiction by Billy D. Smith
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"When You Work in the Shadows" is a fictional story and a continuation of Billy's first book, "A Marines Life in the Shadows." It is a story about Clay Dawson and the associates and friends that have become intertwined in his adventurous life in the Marine Corps and his involvement with the CIA. Clay and his team's exploits against the KGB and other terrorist groups have resulted in many enemies among those adversaries. The KGB's deep hatred of Clay has made them mount an intense effort to locate and lure him out or retirement so as to assassinate him and his wife. This sequel depicts the attempts by Clay's two worst KGB nemeses with a deep score to settle to eliminate Clay and his wife, Amy. Will the KGB driven by a need for vengeance and their sworn blood vendetta be successful in their assassination plot where others have tried and fail


Jubilee Line Extension

Author: Bob Mitchell
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Jubilee Line Extension from concept to completion should appeal to everyone who is interested in major transportation projects and in learning how the JLE Project was able to deliver a major urban infrastructure project with the minimum of environmental disturbance and an exemplary safety record.


A Canoeing and Kayaking Guide to Kentucky

Author: Bob Sehlinger
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At-a-glance information for each river section helps paddlers determine the river that's right for them. Stream overviews, gauge and shuttle information, names of rapids and suggestions on how to run them, along with a little history, make this guide not only an interesting read, but a must for every boater hitting the Kentucky streams.


Bridge Engineering

Author: W.F. Chen
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With chapters culled from the acclaimed Bridge Engineering Handbook, Bridge Engineering: Substructure Design focuses on the various components comprising and affecting bridge substructures. These include bearings, piers and columns, towers, abutments and retaining structures, footings and foundations, and bridge hydraulics. For each component, the contributing author addresses the various types of that component, discusses specific selection or design criteria, and provides thorough references. Other relevant topics studied in this volume include geotechnical considerations, such as field exploration techniques and site characterization, and designing bridges to minimize the potential for and damage resulting from vessel collisions.


Federal Highay Administration Unifying America 2001 report to the American people

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Peaceful Places Portland

Author: Paul Gerald
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Everybody knows about Portland’s food scene, its outdoor recreation, its bike lanes, beer pubs, and coffee shops. Whether you call it Stumptown or Bridgetown — or even PDX — Portland has been mocked as the city where young people go to retire. But seemingly every weekend there’s a festival, organized bike ride, political march, or something else clamoring for participation. In short, Portland is a happening town. Seeking out the places or times when the crowds will be elsewhere, Paul Gerald give travelers the essence of what each place is about — what makes it peaceful or inviting. But he does not stint on also giving readers all the detailed info they need to get there at the crowd-free time. The theme that carries throughout the book is a simple one: Portland is a great city, but it’s still a city, and sometimes folks just need a break.


The Homesteading Handbook

Author: Abigail R. Gehring
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Explains how to grow an organic garden, preserve the food one grows, build alternate-energy devices by hand, identify edible wild foods, conserve water, handcraft household items and much more, in a book with 500 full-color illustrations. Original.