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The Loudest Silence Part One

Author: Olivia Janae
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Kate, an up and coming cellist, is new to Chicago and the 'Windy City Chamber Ensemble'. During her first rehearsal, she is surprised and intrigued to meet Vivian Kensington, the formidable by reputation board president who also happens to be...deaf. As Kate treads the waters of a rocky relationship with the young and foolhardy Ash, she develops a tentative friendship with her cold-hearted boss. As she does, she finds a kindness and a warmth that she never expected. As their friendship grows into something more, Kate wonders, is Ash really who she wants? Or is Vivian who she desires? Is it possible for two women, one from a world of sound and one a world of silence, to truly understand one another?


The Loudest Silence A Gemini s Heart Song

Author: Natasha Guy
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The people you love the most can be the ones who leave the deepest scars. When you are a two-sided coin with no middle, your life is composed of extremes. Living every day like it is simultaneously the first and the last can lead to severe highs and lows. When one experiences everything at max capacity, the resulting roller coaster ride can be overwhelming. In this instance, it birthed a collection of words that initially fell upon deaf ears. Sometimes more than proclamations are needed to promote understanding and complete the communication process. The hills and valleys of the journey are waiting to be heard.


I Know Now at Least I Think I Do

Author: Wendi Bird Barnhart
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"Barnhart has turned out yet another masterpiece within her latest, I know now.....at least I think I do. Soul searching and searching for answers epitomize the poetry wrapped up in this delightful tome of poetic tales. If you're looking for poetry that you can relate to, you will not be disappointed. Of course, Barnhart never disappoints as she interjects her signature mind bending humorous verse. This is definitely a poetic journey that you will find yourself opening repeatedly over the years. " -Rev. Dr. Deborah Simpson, author & spritualist "Wendi Bird Barnhart's, I know now.....at least I think I do, is a collection of poems which tear at the heart and soul of someone who is finding their way back from the dark side of life. They force the reader to look deep inside their own soul and face what ever demons abound so they too can heal. A wonderful read." -Yvonne Mason, best selling Florida author ""Funny...Smart...Philosophical...Surprising...Barnhart's sixth poetry collection shows off a kinder, gentler, more sophisticated Bird. Mixing powerful images of domestic violence and loss with whispers of love and admiration, she illustrates a growth we all hope to experience in the second half of life. In other words: This Bird can still fly!" " -Dawn Scovill, author of "IMMORTAL BONDS" and the mainstream fiction novel, "CHASING KID ROCK"


The Hobbit Novel

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The Hobbit (Arabic Edition)ByJ. R. R. Tolkien


Even This I Get to Experience

Author: Norman Lear
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"This is, flat out, one of the best Hollywood memoirs ever written… An absolute treasure." --Booklist (STARRED) In my ninety-plus years I’ve lived a multitude of lives. In the course of all these lives, I had a front-row seat at the birth of television; wrote, produced, created, or developed more than a hundred shows; had nine on the air at the same time; founded the 300,000-member liberal advocacy group People For the American Way; was labeled the “no. 1 enemy of the American family” by Jerry Falwell; made it onto Richard Nixon’s “Enemies List”; was presented with the National Medal of the Arts by President Clinton; purchased an original copy of the Declaration of Independence and toured it for ten years in all fifty states; blew a fortune in a series of bad investments in failing businesses; and reached a point where I was informed we might even have to sell our home. Having heard that we’d fallen into such dire straits, my son-in-law phoned me and asked how I was feeling. My answer was, “Terrible, of course,” but then I added, “but I must be crazy, because despite all that’s happened, I keep hearing this inner voice saying, ‘Even this I get to experience.’” Norman Lear’s work is legendary. The renowned creator of such iconic television programs as All in the Family; Maude; Good Times; The Jeffersons; and Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, Lear remade our television culture from the ground up. At their peak, his programs were viewed by 120 million people a week, with stories that dealt with the most serious issues of the day—racism, poverty, abortion —yet still left audiences howling with laughter. In EVEN THIS I GET TO EXPERIENCE, Lear opens up with all the candor, humor, and wisdom to be expected from one of America’s greatest living storytellers. But TV and politics are only a fraction of the tale. Lear’s early years were grounded in the harshness of the Great Depression, and further complicated by his parents’ vivid personalities. The imprisonment of Lear’s father, a believer in the get-rich-quick scheme, colored his son’s childhood. During this absence, Lear’s mother left her son to live with relatives. Lear’s comic gifts were put to good use during this hard time, even as they would be decadeslater during World War II, when Lear produced and staged a variety show for his fellow airmen in addition to flying fifty bombing missions. After the war, Lear tried his hand at publicity in New York before setting out for Los Angeles in 1949. A lucky break had a powerful agent in the audience the night Danny Thomas performed a nightclub routine written by Lear, and within days his career in television began. Before long his work with Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis (and later Martha Raye and George Gobel) made him the highest-paid comedy writer in the country, and he was spending his summers with the likes of Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks. Movies followed, and soon he was making films starring Frank Sinatra, Dick Van Dyke, and Jason Robards. Then came the ’70s, and Lear’s unprecedented string of TV hits. Married three times and the father of six children ranging in age from nineteen to sixty-eight, Lear’s penetrating look at family life, parenthood, and marriage is a volume in itself. A memoir as touching, funny, and remarkable as any of Lear’s countless artistic creations, EVEN THIS I GET TO EXPERIENCE is nothing less than a profound gift, endlessly readable and characteristically unforgettable.


The Loudest Silence

Author: Kate Mary
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When Regan was a young girl living in the small town of Altus, OK, Kellan was just her brother's best friend. Then the virus came, turning the world's population into zombies, and he became so much more. They were only kids, but he saved her. Watched over her. Kept her alive. And he's been doing the same thing every day since. After living the apocalypse for nine years, Regan thought they'd experienced every kind of loss and terror imaginable. But when a new group starts wreaking havoc in the Oklahoma wastelands where they live, Regan and Kellan are faced with a new set of horrors. When they cross paths with a teenage girl, offering to help seems like the right thing to do. But Regan and Kellan soon discover that lending aid to the girl very well could lead to their undoing.


The Silence of the Lonely Always Makes the Loudest Sound

Author: Terry Everton
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Welcome to a world where crazy is normal, PabstBlue Ribbon makes a great breakfast drink andunemployment is the best job security there is. Inthis depraved tour of the American underbelly,potato chips constitute a balanced meal and divebars are a great place to make new friends whileescaping vengeful women who possess a penchantfor hissing and tossing whiskey bottles forentertainment. It's a special place where garbage isconsidered wall decor, mailboxes are sometimesmistaken for toilets and too much sobriety leads tocloudy decision making.If you're lucky, you may get out in one piece.


The National Historic Preservation Act

Author: Kimball M. Banks
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Assessing fifty years of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), passed in 1966, this volume examines the impact of this key piece of legislation on heritage practices in the United States. The editors and contributing authors summarize how we approached compliance in the past, how we approach it now, and how we may approach it in the future. This volume presents how federal, state, tribal entities, and contractors in different regions address compliance issues; examines half a century of changes in the level of inventory, evaluation and mitigation practices, and determinations of eligibility; describes how the federal and state agencies have changed their approach over half a century; the Act is examined from the Federal, SHPO, THPO, Advisory Council, and regional perspectives. Using case studies authored by well-known heritage professionals based in universities, private practice, tribes, and government, this volume provides a critical and constructive examination of the NHPA and its future prospects. Archaeology students and scholars, as well heritage professionals, should find this book of interest.


Fate s Perfect Justice

Author: Ofer Mazar
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"The story I am about to unfold, my dear reader, is a journey into my chaotic soul..."An intense and moving love story, which describes a forty-year voyage into the soul of a troubled, delicate, breathtaking beauty-a phenomenally intelligent woman who was struck by an excruciating obsession in the form of her high school sweetheart, a talented athlete and musician named Roy, who was banished at a crucial moment from her life by her protective father. "I woke up to a new reality... my life would never be the same again...."As Lisa becomes sober, still devastated by the loss of the love of her life, she takes a new name, creates an alter ego, and enters law school. Battling life, pursuing a career as a successful criminal lawyer, marrying a man she does not love, raising a child born for all the wrong reasons, Lisa keeps the memory of Roy in her heart, dreaming of the day they'll reunite. The years pass and her obsession becomes pathetic even to her; yet she clings to it vehemently.


Grammatology and Literary Modernity in Turkey

Author: Nergis Ertürk
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The 1928 Turkish alphabet reform replacing the Perso-Arabic script with the Latin phonetic alphabet is an emblem of Turkish modernization. Grammatology and Literary Modernity in Turkey traces the history of Turkish alphabet and language reform from the mid-nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century, examining its effects on modern Turkish literature. In readings of the novels, essays, and poetry of Ahmed Midhat, Recaizade Mahmud Ekrem, Omer Seyfeddin, Ahmet Hamdi Tanpinar, Peyami Safa, and Nazim Hikmet, Nergis Erturk argues that modern Turkish literature is profoundly self-conscious of dramatic change in its own historical conditions of possibility. Where literary historiography has sometimes idealized the Turkish language reforms as the culmination of a successful project of Westernizing modernization, Erturk suggests a different critical narrative: one of the consolidation of control over communication, forging a unitary nation and language from a pluralistic and multilingual society.


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