Un Pensiero Infinito Love

Author: L. A. Casey
Editor:
ISBN: 9788854190382
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Love Un Nuovo Destino Un Incredibile Incontro Un Pensiero Infinito

Author: L. A. Casey
Editor: SuperInsuperabili
ISBN: 9788822702524
Size: 19,50 MB
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Branna Slater Brothers 4 5

Author: L.A. Casey
Editor: L.A. Casey
ISBN: 0992984998
Size: 15,95 MB
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First Love And Other Sorrows

Author: Harold Brodkey
Editor: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480427977
Size: 15,78 MB
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In the vein of John Cheever and J. D. Salinger, this powerful collection of short stories chronicles the loss of innocence, the harsh cruelty of social distinctions, and the anguish of young love First Love and Other Sorrows is the hauntingly beautiful debut collection of short stories from American master Harold Brodkey. Written when the author was in his twenties, these strong, affecting tales recall the intoxicating joy of young, springtime love, while lamenting the betrayal of dreams and false ideals in the glaring light of reality. Set in the Midwest during the 1950s, First Love and Other Sorrows centers around a Jewish family that has recently lost its patriarch—and with him the world of privilege. Through the eyes of a son, a sister, and a mother—each one struggling to find a foothold in both family and society—these stories explore class prejudice, obsessive love, and the tragic foibles and emotional truths of being human. First Love and Other Sorrows is masterful fiction from an extraordinary literary artist.

Damien Slater Brothers 5

Author: L.A. Casey
Editor: L.A. Casey
ISBN: 1912223015
Size: 10,17 MB
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The Country Under My Skin

Author: Gioconda Belli
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing UK
ISBN: 9780747558996
Size: 14,24 MB
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A true story of love and politics during one of the most turbulent periods in twentieth-century history

Saved In Hope

Author: Catholic Church. Pope (2005-2013 : Benedict XVI)
Editor: Ignatius Press
ISBN: 9781586172510
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Presents an encyclical letter from the Pope on the subject of the vital role of hope in Christianity, discussing the concept of hope in the early Church and in modern times and the ways in which hope can be learned and practiced.

The Brilliant Light Of Amber Sunrise

Author: Matthew Crow
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481418750
Size: 20,44 MB
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Life threatening cancer brings two teens together in this “story about moving through the trajectory of illness and loss and then beyond it” (Bulletin, starred review) in the bestselling tradition of John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars. Francis is determined to forge his own way in school and life despite his loony, awkward, broken family...and noticeable lack of friends. Then he is diagnosed with leukemia. It wasn’t part of his strategy, but there are moments when he can see the upside. After all, people are nice to you when you’re sick. While in the hospital, Francis meets Amber. She’s outspoken and sarcastic, and Francis falls for her almost immediately. Together, they take on the other cancer ward patients, overbearing mothers, and treatments with a positive attitude and lively wit. But Francis’s recovery is taking a different path from Amber’s. He’s actually getting better. And although he knew who he was before cancer, before Amber, now he has no idea how to live—or how to let go…

Black Dogs

Author: Ian McEwan
Editor: Anchor
ISBN: 0307760235
Size: 19,47 MB
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Set in late 1980s Europe at the time of the fall of the Berlin Wall, Black Dogs is the intimate story of the crumbling of a marriage, as witnessed by an outsider. Jeremy is the son-in-law of Bernard and June Tremaine, whose union and estrangement began almost simultaneously. Seeking to comprehend how their deep love could be defeated by ideological differences Bernard and June cannot reconcile, Jeremy undertakes writing June's memoirs, only to be led back again and again to one terrifying encouner forty years earlier—a moment that, for June, was as devastating and irreversible in its consequences as the changes sweeping Europe in Jeremy's own time. In a finely crafted, compelling examination of evil and grace, Ian McEwan weaves the sinister reality of civiliation's darkest moods—its black dogs—with the tensions that both create love and destroy it.