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The Master of Seacliff

The Master of Seacliff

Author: Max Pierce
Publisher: Lethe Press
ISBN: 1590211197
Pages: 210
Year: 2011-12-01
Andrew Wyndham accepts a position tutoring the unruly son of wealthy industrialist Duncan Stewart in the hopes that the work will provide an avenue to pay for his passage to France to study art. But the home holds terrible secrets that could destroy everyone within its walls. For pure gothic escapism with a decidedly masculine point of view, "The Master of Seacliff" is an enthralling and satisfying read.
Seacliff; Or, The Mystery of the Westervelts

Seacliff; Or, The Mystery of the Westervelts

Author: John William De Forest
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Pages: 466
Year: 1859

The Emerald Shadows of Sea Cliff House

The Emerald Shadows of Sea Cliff House

Author: Jane Toombs
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
ISBN: 0821735780
Pages: 320
Year: 1991
Esma Drake readily accepts the job of nurse and companion to fragile young Alisette Nikolai. But when she first sees Sea Cliff House, perched high atop the ocean cliffs, Esma is filled with terror and dread. Torn between her attraction to Alisette's father and fear, Esma is plunged into a whirlwind of danger, dark secrets, and murder.
A Hope More Powerful Than the Sea

A Hope More Powerful Than the Sea

Author: Melissa Fleming
Publisher: Flatiron Books
ISBN: 125010601X
Pages: 288
Year: 2017-01-24
"Urgently required reading." —People "Deeply affecting... Fleming brings a moral urgency to the narrative." —The New Yorker "Fleming deftly illustrates the pain of those who choose to leave Syria...and her book is ultimately a story of hope." —Newsweek Adrift in a frigid sea, no land in sight, just debris from the ship's wreckage and floating corpses all around, nineteen-year-old Doaa Al Zamel stays afloat on a small inflatable ring and clutches two little girls—barely toddlers—to her body. The children had been thrust into Doaa's arms by their drowning relatives, all refugees who boarded a dangerously overcrowded ship bound for Italy and a new life. For days as Doaa drifts, she prays for rescue and sings to the babies in her arms. She must stay alive for them. She must not lose hope. A Hope More Powerful Than the Sea chronicles the life of Doaa, a Syrian girl whose life was upended in 2011 by the onset of her country's brutal civil war. Doaa and her fiance, Bassem, decide to flee to Europe to seek safety and an education, but four days after setting sail on a smuggler's dilapidated fishing vessel along with five hundred other refugees, their boat is struck and begins to sink. This is the moment when Doaa's struggle for survival really begins. This emotionally charged, eye-opening true story that represents the millions of unheard voices of refugees who risk everything in a desperate search for the promise of a safe future. In the midst of the most pressing international humanitarian crisis of our time, Melissa Fleming paints a vivid, unforgettable portrait of the triiumph of the human spirit.
Young England

Young England

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Year: 1883

Seacliff

Seacliff

Author: Felicia Andrews
Publisher: Ace Books
ISBN: 0441756409
Pages: 368
Year: 1984-03-01
Despite her marriage to an English nobleman, Caitlin Morgan is unable to resist her passionate attraction to a gallant Welsh outlaw
Island Beneath the Sea

Island Beneath the Sea

Author: Isabel Allende
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062002899
Pages: 480
Year: 2010-04-27
“Allende is a master storyteller at the peak of her powers.” — Los Angeles Times From the sugar plantations of Saint-Domingue to the lavish parlors of New Orleans at the turn of the 19th century, the latest novel from New York Times bestselling author Isabel Allende (Inés of My Soul, The House of the Spirits, Portrait in Sepia) tells the story of a mulatta woman, a slave and concubine, determined to take control of her own destiny.
Salt to the Sea

Salt to the Sea

Author: Ruta Sepetys
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698172620
Pages: 400
Year: 2016-02-02
New York Times Bestseller and winner of the Carnegie Medal! "Masterfully crafted"—The Wall Street Journal For readers of Between Shades of Gray and All the Light We Cannot See, Ruta Sepetys returns to WWII in this epic novel that shines a light on one of the war's most devastating—yet unknown—tragedies. World War II is drawing to a close in East Prussia and thousands of refugees are on a desperate trek toward freedom, many with something to hide. Among them are Joana, Emilia, and Florian, whose paths converge en route to the ship that promises salvation, the Wilhelm Gustloff. Forced by circumstance to unite, the three find their strength, courage, and trust in each other tested with each step closer to safety. Just when it seems freedom is within their grasp, tragedy strikes. Not country, nor culture, nor status matter as all ten thousand people—adults and children alike—aboard must fight for the same thing: survival. Told in alternating points of view and perfect for fans of Anthony Doerr's Pulitzer Prize-winning All the Light We Cannot See, Erik Larson's Dead Wake, and Elizabeth Wein's Printz Honor Book Code Name Verity, this masterful work of historical fiction is inspired by the real-life tragedy that was the sinking of the Wilhelm Gustloff—the greatest maritime disaster in history. As she did in Between Shades of Gray, Ruta Sepetys unearths a shockingly little-known casualty of a gruesome war, and proves that humanity and love can prevail, even in the darkest of hours. Praise for Salt to the Sea: Featured on NPR's Morning Edition ♦ "Superlative...masterfully crafted...[a] powerful work of historical fiction."—The Wall Street Journal ♦ "[Sepetys is] a master of YA fiction…she once again anchors a panoramic view of epic tragedy in perspectives that feel deeply textured and immediate."—Entertainment Weekly ♦ "Riveting...powerful...haunting."—The Washington Post ♦ "Compelling for both adult and teenage readers."—New York Times Book Review ♦ "Intimate, extraordinary, artfully crafted...brilliant."—Shelf Awareness ♦ "Historical fiction at its very, very best."—The Globe and Mail ♦ "[H]aunting, heartbreaking, hopeful and altogether gorgeous...one of the best young-adult novels to appear in a very long time."—Salt Lake Tribune ♦ *"This haunting gem of a novel begs to be remembered."—Booklist ♦ *"Artfully told and sensitively crafted...will leave readers weeping."—School Library Journal ♦ A PW and SLJ 2016 Book of the Year Praise for Between Shades of Gray: A New York Times Notable Book ♦ A Wall Street Journal Best Children’s Book ♦ A PW, SLJ, Booklist, and Kirkus Best Book ♦ iTunes 2011 Rewind Best Teen Novel ♦ A Carnegie Medal and William C. Morris Finalist ♦ A New York Times and International Bestseller ♦ "Few books are beautifully written, fewer still are important; this novel is both."—The Washington Post ♦ *"[A]n important book that deserves the widest possible readership."—Booklist
The Old Man and the Sea

The Old Man and the Sea

Author: Ernest Miller Hemingway
Publisher: Al Manhal
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Pages: 84
Year: 2007-01-01
This is an Egyptian edition of one of the most internationally celebrated works of fiction, Hemingway’s The old Man and the Sea. A Pulitzer-award and - Noble-prize winner, this work has cer- tainly become so extensively known all over the world, receiving a myriad of critical studies and translations. Hemingway himself could have never imagined such a sweeping success for his novel- la, devised while temporarily staying (for a few weeks) at a fishing village in Cuba. It is not simply the story of a big fish catch, but it is the story of a touching human relationship between old age and younghood, not to mention its highly philosophical message that it carries. All this, apart from other equally significant factors, makes Hemingway’s work worth reading and contemplating.
The California Geographer

The California Geographer

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Year: 1960

The Phoenix

The Phoenix

Author: Ruth Sims
Publisher: Lethe Press
ISBN: 1590210468
Pages: 372
Year: 2009-02-01
At 14, Kit St. Denys brought down his abusive father with a knife. At 21 his theatrical genius brought down the house. At 30, his past--and his forbidden love--nearly brings down the curtain for good in this compelling Victorian saga of two men whose love transcends time and distance.
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

Author: Jules Verne
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Pages: 386
Year: 1917
An adaptation of the nineteenth-century science fiction tale of an electric submarine, its eccentric captain, and the undersea world, which anticipated many of the scientific achievements of the twentieth century.
Seismotectonics of the Central California Coast Ranges

Seismotectonics of the Central California Coast Ranges

Author: Ina B. Alterman, Richard B. McMullen, Lloyd S. Cluff, D. Burton Slemmons
Publisher: Geological Society of America
ISBN: 0813722926
Pages: 236
Year: 1994-01-01
Presents 12 papers from the 1987 GSA Symposium on the Seismotectonics of the Central California Coast Ranges. Topics include the tectonic setting of the offshore and onshore Santa Maria Basin and surrounding regions, the San Simeon/Hosgri fault system, soil stratigraphy techniques, geophysical instr
Classical Loop-in-Loop Chains

Classical Loop-in-Loop Chains

Author: J.R. Smith
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1468491326
Pages: 190
Year: 2013-04-18
ThiS is not only a book of instruction in chainmaking but it is also a work celebrating man's continuous creativity over thousands of years. At times something that man creates has far-reach ing effects; an example that quickly comes to mind is the wheel, which has enabled many devel opments, from pottery to computers. At this point it is important to note that these same wheels could not have been made without metal tools. From early Neolithic times on gold was a favorite choice in the making of jewelry. During the Neolithic period these "shining stones," probably alluvial, were prized. Actually gold was cold worked as if it were a stone. There is a surviving example of cold-worked gold from Catahuyuk (present day Turkey) estimated to have been made in 6500 B. C. There were only four metals on the earth's surface that were found in sufficient quantity to be used: gold, copper, silver, and meteoric iron. An understanding of the malleability of gold, and of the annealing effect of fire, changed jewelry making; new forms were found. Gold was no longer a piece of stone but a material that could be flattened and made very thin. Sheet and foil are the oldest forms of worked gold. The smiths' tools were stone, wood, and horn.
Ranger's Apprentice the Royal Ranger 3

Ranger's Apprentice the Royal Ranger 3

Author: John Flanagan
Publisher: Children's
ISBN: 0143785923
Pages: 336
Year: 2018-12-03
King Duncan and Princess Cassandra are trapped high in the south tower of Castle Araluen. In the north, Sir Horace and Ranger Commandant Gilan are besieged in an old hill fort, as they wait for the Red Fox Clan's next attack. Ranger's apprentice Maddie must find the Heron brotherband and convince them to join her, so she can give her father the help he needs to break out from the hill fort and ride to confront the traitor. Will they reach Castle Araluen in time? And when the battles have been fought and the dust has settled, who will rule the Kingdom of Araluen?THE ROYAL RANGER IS BACK AND THE STAKES ARE HIGHER THAN EVER IN THE WORLD OF RANGER'S APPRENTICE.