The Light Garden Of The Angel King

Author: Peter Levi
Publisher: Eland Pub Limited
ISBN: 9781906011550
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The Light Garden Of The Angel King from the Author: Peter Levi. A resonant account in which Peter Levi seeks clues about why each migration to Afghanistan left, and an account of a journey through Afghanistan in the 1970's with the young Bruce Chatwin.

The Garden Of God

Author: Peter Levi
ISBN: 9781875862047
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The Garden Of God from the Author: Peter Levi.

Garden Of Secrets

Author: Barbara Freethy
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451636539
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Garden Of Secrets from the Author: Barbara Freethy. Dr. Charlotte Adams is torn between two men. Rev. Andrew Schilling is her past, a high-school romance that went drastically wrong. But he's back in town now and part of her present -- along with newly-divorced Police Chief Joe Silviera, whom she's been powerfully attracted to for months. The question is, which man is her future -- and Charlotte has to face and accept her past before she can build a life with Joe.

The Angel Knight The Celtic Lairds Series Book 1

Author: Susan King
Publisher: ePublishing Works!
ISBN: 1614178313
Size: 21.83 MB
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The Angel Knight The Celtic Lairds Series Book 1 from the Author: Susan King. When English troops threaten Lady Christiane MacGillean's beloved castle, she has no choice but to set it ablaze--and with it, the ancient treasure hidden there. Escaping into the Highland hills, she is quickly captured, taken south and caged by the English king. Outraged by the lady's treatment, Sir Gavin Faulkener bargains for her life--and suddenly finds himself not only guardian of her castle, but wedded to her as well. As they rebuild the ruined tower together, Christiane begins to trust the knight, who cannot deny his deepening passion for her--but he is honor-bound to the king, and the lady remains very much a rebel... REVIEWS: "A romance of tremendous beauty and heart. Readers will not be able to put this one down." ~ Affaire de Coeur (5 stars) "Susan King blends a mystical and historical tale so precise that the reader won't ever want to leave." ~Romantic Times Book Club (4.5 stars) THE CELTIC LAIRDS, in series order The Angel Knight Lady Miracle The Forest Laird THE SCOTTISH LAIRDS, in series order Taming the Heiress Waking the Princess Kissing the Countess THE CELTIC NIGHTS, in series order The Stone Maiden The Swan Maiden The Sword Maiden Laird of the Wind THE BORDER ROGUES, in series order The Raven's Wish The Raven's Moon The Heather Moon OTHER TITLES by Susan King The Black Thorne's Rose

Wrestling With The Angel

Author: Michael King
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 9780330352772
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Wrestling With The Angel from the Author: Michael King. The biography of one of New Zealand's foremost novelists and poets. Based on several years of contact between Frame and King, who has also written a biography of Frank Sargeson. At Frame's request, this is not a literary-criticism biography, but rather an exploration of her life. Her journey beyond her psychiatric mis-diagnosis, and her achievement of fame for her insightful use of language and insight into the nature of human beings have become a central story in New Zealand culture, not only through her novels but also through her autobiography and the film made of it. Incorporates photographs, extensive endnotes, bibliography, and index.

King Ink

Author: Nick Cave
Publisher: 2 13 61
ISBN: 9781880985083
Size: 72.22 MB
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King Ink from the Author: Nick Cave.

The Garden Behind The Moon

Author: Howard Pyle
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486174654
Size: 56.41 MB
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The Garden Behind The Moon from the Author: Howard Pyle. Children are transported to an unforgettable and faraway magical land where a young boy discovers a treasury of lost riches, where youngsters always play, and no one ever cries.

Music Silence

Author: Rose Tremain
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743418263
Size: 23.57 MB
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Music Silence from the Author: Rose Tremain. Brought to the Danish court in 1629 to serve in the king's orchestra, English lutenist Peter Claire soon finds himself caught up in royal intrigue when he falls for a young woman who is the companion of the queen. Winner of the Whitbread Prize. Reader's Guide available. Reprint.

Angel Burn

Author: Lee Weatherly
Publisher: Candlewick Press
ISBN: 0763656526
Size: 67.69 MB
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Angel Burn from the Author: Lee Weatherly. In a world where angels are fierce stalkers whose irresistible force allows them to feed off humans and drain them of their vitality, a ruthless teenaged assassin of angels falls in love with a half-angel half-human girl, with devastating consequences.

Apollo S Angels

Author: Jennifer Homans
Publisher: Granta Books
ISBN: 1847084540
Size: 64.68 MB
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Apollo S Angels from the Author: Jennifer Homans. Apollo's Angels is a major new history of classical ballet. It begins in the courts of Europe, where ballet was an aspect of aristocratic etiquette and a political event as much as it was an art. The story takes the reader from the sixteenth century through to our own time, from Italy and France to Britain, Denmark, Russia and contemporary America. The reader learns how ballet reflected political and cultural upheavals, how dance and dancers were influenced by the Renaissance and French Classicism, by Revolution and Romanticism, by Expressionism and Bolshevism, Modernism and the Cold War. Homans shows how and why 'the steps' were never just the steps: they were a set of beliefs and a way of life. She takes the reader into the lives of dancers and traces the formal evolution of technique, choreography and performance. Her book ends by looking at the contemporary crisis in ballet now that 'the masters are dead and gone' and offers a passionate plea for the centrality of classical dance in our civilization. Apollo's Angels is a book with broad popular appeal: beautifully written and illustrated, it is essential reading for anyone interested in history, culture and art.