The Silent Passage:Revised and Updated Edition. 6. Auflage Gail Sheehy/ Sheehy
Passage Oak (The Silent Grove): K. M. del Mara
Seattle, 1941. Grace Vandenberg, 21, is having a bad day. Minutes after Pearl Harbor is attacked, she learns that her boyfriend is a time traveler from 2000 who has abandoned her for a future he insists they cannot share. Determined to save their love, she follows him into the new century. But just when happiness is within her grasp, she accidentally enters a second time portal and exits in 1918. Distraught and heartbroken, Grace starts a new life in the age of Woodrow Wilson, silent movies, and the Spanish flu. She meets her parents as young, single adults and befriends a handsome, wounded army captain just back from the war. In The Show, the sequel to The Mine, Grace finds love and friendship in the ashes of tragedy as she endures the trial of her life. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sonja Field. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/065039/bk_acx0_065039_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
From the critically acclaimed author of The Memory Cathedral comes perhaps the most powerful, haunting, and unforgettable novel of the Civil War - or any war - ever written. Provocative, poetic, and disturbing, it introduces us to a young narrator, Mundy McDowell, whose voice rivals any in literature, bringing poignantly to life the surreal horrors of battle and its spiritual cost to human survival.I was scarce twelve the day the damn Yankees invaded the valley. I seen a lot that day I ain´t never gonna forget. Men blown apart, screamin´ and dyin´ all around me. I was wandering in the woods like I wasn´t supposed to and wound up right in the middle of the battle. And that´s what I suppose saved me.When I got back home the main house was burning to the ground. I saw two men wearin´ bits and pieces of ´Federate and Yank uniforms. They killed Poppa right off, and Mother they dragged into the front yard before they killed her too. I reckon that was the day I first got the knack of being invisible. The spirit dog seen me right off, though. He was big and black and smelled like burning. His eyes were like red coals and everywhere he went, it seemed death followed. Him and me, we mostly traveled together after that. I passed through midnight fields of dead and dying soldiers, reeking makeshift field hospitals worse than hell itself; climbed into the mountains where the runaway slaves hid; and walked through towns shattered by the passage of the war. I met a lot of people, some of them living and some of them just memories. There was Jimmadasin, the slave who died on my account, and Mammy Jack, who taught me to see visions; the gallant Colonel Ashby, who let me ride by his side, and, of course, the mulatto whore Lucy, who saved my life twice. Last but not least, there was mad but brilliant General Jackson, who was probably responsible for putting more men in their graves than any other during the Shenandoah campaign. Whether he was a he 1. Language: English. Narrator: Christopher Kipiniak. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/013195/bk_adbl_013195_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
You will love this course. Expertly and faithfully taught, this special 12-lecture series promises numerous ´´aha!´´ moments. You will learn, laugh, and grow as you enjoy this amazing set of talks in your car or at home. The Scriptures can be the inspired word of God and a puzzle all at the same time. Even for Christians, questions arise about appropriate roles of women as described in the Bible - for example, ´´Wives be subordinate to your husbands´´ (Col 3:18) and ´´women should keep silent in the churches, for they are not allowed to speak´´ (1 Cor 14:34). Commands such as ´´slaves, be obedient to your human masters´´ (Eph 6:5) or ´´call no one on earth your father´´ (Matt 23:9) can be challenging. Other perplexing passages appear to portray Jesus in a negative light, for instance in Mark 7:27, when Jesus calls the Syrophoenician woman a dog or when God kills most of humanity in a flood (Gen 6-8). Some passages elude our understanding because of factors such as the ancient culture of the author, the inexactness of a translation, and centuries of creative interpretation, often from outside the church. Using modern methods, and approaching these sometimes confounding texts forthrightly as both a Scripture scholar and a person of faith, Fr. Patrick Mullen will pull back some of the fog of centuries, culture, language, and translation to reveal the often hidden but still discernable sense of the enduring word of God. This course will enable you to experience your bible with newfound joy and understanding. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Rev. J. Patrick Mullen STL PhD. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/nykm/000200/bk_nykm_000200_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A wizard and a computer programmer from opposite sides of an interdimensional portal must work together to save their worlds from destruction.... In a world where wizards are relegated to ghettos, it is no surprise to see one murdered in the street. But for Stonne Caris, a young warrior monk who sees the killing and gives chase to the culprit, there is nothing ordinary about seeing a murderer disappear into a black, inky portal. The Archmage sends him in search of Antryg Windrose - a half-mad mage who understands the nature of these passages between dimensions. On the other side of the Void is Joanna, a programmer as mild as Caris is deadly. She has spent her life in cubicles, staring into computer terminals, as far from heroism as she can get. But when the power that is crossing between dimensions draws her through the Void, she finds herself battling to save a world she never even knew existed. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Nicole Poole. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/006760/bk_adbl_006760_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Williams,Marlon-Marlon WilliamsDisc 11 Hello Miss Lonesome2 After All3 Dark Child4 Im Lost Without You5 Lonely Side Of Her6 Silent Passage7 Strange Things8 When I Was A Young Girl9 Everyones Got Something To Say