Running With The Moon

Author: Jonny Bealby
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1407098616
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Jonny Bealby was devastated when his fiancee Melanie died unexpectedly while they were travelling in Kashmir. Two years later, still heartbroken and utterly disillusioned, he took on the challenge of a lifetime. Setting out with only his motorbike for company, he began a daring and dangerous journey around the African continent in a desperate attempt to unearth some meaning in his life. Bittersweet, bold and beautifully told, Running with the Moon is a tale of true love and loss, of exploration, adventure and courage.

Running With The Moon

Author: Antonio Gray
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1450054803
Size: 16,45 MB
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Many claim love can be exalted in many ways. Interestingly, Running with the Moon is an evasive and favorable collection of love poetry. As an illustration, a boy is running alongside the woods, parallel with the moon. The boy represents the challenges with love; he is growing from a boy into the stages of a man. Let?s examine: when I was a child, my brother and I were constantly amazed by how the moon followed us while we were walking or even running. Still, the equivocal thoughts never cease to rattle one?s mind as a child. In the adult stage, you find out it?s your gravitational pull. In essence, urban life, and the anger of it, is very much depicted in this book, an experience that keeps the reader guessing. With satisfaction, there is never a dull moment of poetry. Gray paints further along, even with his experiences in animal life. Running with the Moon also includes ?Daily Task? and ?Gia and the Ghost.?

Run With The Moon

Author: Diana Dericci
Editor: Purple Sword Publications, LLC
ISBN: 9781612921402
Size: 18,48 MB
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Jamie Ness is homeless and on the run. His father attacked him which left no choice but for Jamie to leave everything behind. He's going as far as his two feet will take him, to put as much distance between himself and his past as he can. His deepest fear is that his father will realize the mistake he made in throwing away the only money coming into their home and hunt for him. Putting distance between his father and wherever he stopped was his greatest priority. After walking for days, it was impossible to turn down a hot meal when Chris Rose pulled up at his side on the outskirts of a town he didn't know. Offering the young man a helping hand was ingrained in Chris. Something to eat, a warm bed, and safety, even if he could only get Jamie to agree to one night. He would have offered that and more to the young man with the shadowed eyes. Except more trouble was looming for the younger Jamie, and nothing in his life could have prepared him for Chris's secrets.

Mountains Of The Moon

Author: I. J. Kay
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 110158372X
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A highly original novel about a young woman’s journey from shattered youth to self-discovery After ten years in a London prison, Louise Adler (Lulu) is released with only a new alias to rebuild her life. Working a series of dead-end jobs, she carries a past full of secrets: a childhood marked by the violence and madness of her parents, followed by a reckless adolescence. From abandoned psychiatric hospitals to Edwardian-themed casinos, from a brief first love to the company of criminals, Lulu has spent her youth in an ever-shifting landscape of deceit and survival. But when she’s awarded an unexpected settlement claim after prison, she travels to the landscape of her childhood imagination, the central African range known as the Mountains of the Moon. There, in the region’s stark beauty, she attempts to piece together the fragments of her battered psyche. Told in multilayered, hallucinatory flashbacks, Mountains of the Moon traces a traumatic youth and explores the journey of a young woman trying to transform a broken life into something beautiful. This dazzling novel from a distinctive new voice is sure to garner the attention of critics and readers alike.

Run With The Wolves

Author: T c Tombs
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1491700246
Size: 20,13 MB
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“A well-written and addictive first novel.” —Blue Ink Review “Beware of the full moon. This one is for all the werewolf lovers!” —Top Book Reviewers “A well-developed, tightly plotted fantasy; readers will want installments two and three.” —Kirkus Reviews In the mid-fifteenth century, the armies of Medinia, Skoland, and Varakov are marching to war. In an effort to prevent this looming conflict, Woodrow, the Pack leader of a group of lunar-afflicted humans and wolves, has just made a dangerous trek high into the Euralene Mountains to find an ancient monk known as the Oracle. He hopes the reclusive sage will help in curtailing the growing ambitions of the dark Varakovan king, Lord Victor. But as the Oracle reveals new insight into the origins of the Beast, Woodrow fears his journey has only just begun. Woodrow’s young protégé, Willie, a former Medinian farm serf, is now a reluctant member of the Pack. In an attempt to protect those he loves from the king’s wrath, Willie is forced to stand with the Pack and fight. Meanwhile, the Beast of Varakov pursues his own secretive mission, recruiting an unlikely aide to his cause. Together, the dark masters enlist powers from the past to assist them in carrying out a dire scheme. In this continuing fantasy adventure, the full moon of November takes to the sky amidst betrayals and newfound alliances as a new evil arises on the coastal plains of Varakov and threatens all mankind.

Run With The Wolves

Author: T c Tombs
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 147594392X
Size: 12,87 MB
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As war theatens to engulf all who live in the Sanctuary, the Pack leader sets off on a dangerous journey to seek the cavern where the Oracle abides. Desperate for find the answers he seeks, he has no assurance that the Oracle will be able to help, yet he must try.