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After the Woods by Kim Savage Book Summary:
"Statistically speaking, girls like me don't come back when guys like Donald Jessup take us." Julia knows she beat the odds. She escaped the kidnapper who hunted her in the woods for two terrifying nights that she can't fully remember. Now it's one year later, and a dead girl turns up in those same woods. The terrible memories resurface, leaving Julia in a stupor at awkward moments-in front of gorgeous Kellan MacDougall, for example. At least Julia's not alone. Her best friend, Liv, was in the woods, too. When Julia got caught, Liv ran away. Is Liv's guilt over leaving Julia the reason she's starving herself? Is hooking up with Shane Cuthbert, an addict with an explosive temper, Liv's way of punishing herself for not having Julia's back? As the devastating truth about Liv becomes clear, Julia realizes the one person she thinks she knows best-Liv-is the person she knows least of all. And that after the woods was just the beginning.
The Estate in the Woods by Luci Book Summary:
A wealthy family lives in large mansion in the Northern Adirondack Mountains. A girl of 13 and a boy of ten moves there with their mother after the death of their father. They discover their uncle Arthur has been abusing his wife, dealing in drugs, and wanting a gambling chip that the girls father had, but where is it now? Sara has found paranormal happenings are on the estate. Murder,betrayal, and mystery hit the family on the Sommers estate. A journal is found and Sara, found secret rooms behind walls where a ghost walks the walls. What does she want with Sara? Time will tell. Will her brother and cousins help her discover the truth behind the mystries?
Lost in the Woods by Cheryl Rogers Book Summary:
What do you get when you take a group of relatively inexperienced campers out in the Florida backwoods? In a word, trouble. Thirteen-year-old Zack disappears in the middle of the night, more than half of the campers become mysteriously ill, and a hurricane takes an unexpected turn in their direction, leaving the group vulnerable. Group leader Chet Harrigan, a former gang leader, is among the sick, but he's in charge as the bad weather hits camp. Join Chet and his group of 10 to 16 year olds on their adventure in the wilds of Florida, where there are gators, huge spider webs hanging from the trees, and no-see-ums that sting. The ebook aimed at preteens and teens teaches the biblical path to salvation, plus the importance of obedience and prayer. Lost in the Woods: A Bible Camp Mystery is the first in a new series of Bible Camp Mysteries featuring Chet Harrigan and his crew from The Boy's Den. This title is published by Cheryl Rogers and is distributed worldwide by Untreed Reads.
The Boy From The Woods by Jen Minkman Book Summary:
Julia has been in love with Michael for years. He’s the hottest guy in school, and she can’t believe her luck when they finally hit it off during Senior Prom. Her dream doesn’t last, though: after a few dates, he callously dumps her out of the blue. Summer vacation starts with Julia feeling heart-broken and miserable. But then she rescues Michael in the woods when he has a motorcycle accident in a heavy thunderstorm. From that point onward, her life is turned upside down. Michael has changed completely after the blow to the head that nearly killed him... and he wants her back. But why is he so different? And will she be able to trust him this time around? Can the boy who broke your heart ever win it back again..? keywords: free, freebie, young adult, romance, fantasy, paranormal romance, new adult
Out of the Woods by Bruce Jaqua Book Summary:
All of his father's training couldn't prepare Kevin for this... When a young boy joins his father on his first hunting trip, the rite of passage goes from a dream come true, to an unimaginable nightmare. After begging his father for years, Kevin is finally allowed to take part in the annual event. Although a young boy, Kevin is excited by the idea of losing himself with his father in nature while playing the part of a man. Kevin's father, Bryce, is a former Marine whose tracking skills have allowed him to have many successful excursions. Bryce's ability to find the deer before they find him, when coupled with his extensive outdoorsman survival skills, make him the perfect teacher for the inexperienced but eager Kevin. But even the most experienced hunters can make grave mistakes. When Bryce is seriously injured after an unexpected fall, Kevin must navigate through unfamiliar woods alone, to find not only help, but also the courage to carry on.
The old English gentleman, or, The fields and the woods by John Mills Book Summary:
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The Amazing Gift From the Woods by Mark A. Wilson Book Summary:
A young boy named Timmy is playing in the woods when he discovers a tiny person—about three inches tall. This small person named Jameson has been injured by a bird, so Timmy takes him home and nurses him back to health. Timmy learns there are other small people living in the woods. But one day Timmy becomes very sick and the little people, led by Jameson, must travel to town to save Timmy’s life with the magical Blue Crystal. The little people sacrifice their own safety for Timmy, but will they be able to survive?
Piper in the Woods by Philip K. Dick Book Summary:
This is a collection of 26 short stories written by the writer behind movies like "Blade Runner" (1982), "Total Recall" (1990), "Screamers" (1995), "Minority Report" (2002), "Next" (2007) and "The Adjustment Bureau" (2011), just to mention a few. That means - High quality Sci-Fi from cover to cover in other words!
A Walk in the Woods by Ella Datta Book Summary:
In Paramjit Singh's resplendent landscapes there is always an air of mystery which haunts and beckons, making the viewer's experience spiritual and full of magic at the same time. The artist's own journey through such magical pathways began in the 1950s New Book
Condos in the Woods by Rebecca L. Schewe,Donald R. Field,Deborah J. Frosch,Gregory Clendenning,Dana Jensen,Rebecca Schewe,Donald Field,Deborah Frosch Book Summary:
Scenic rural communities across the nation and around the world have been transformed as they have shifted away from extractive industries such as agriculture, mining, and forestry and toward recreation-based development relying on tourism, vacation homes, and retirees. These communities have built new economies and identities based on local natural resources and are highly dependent on the natural environment. With these changes have come new questions: Do retirees and seasonal residents fit into their new surroundings? Do longtime and new residents share the same values and visions for the future? Do diverse community members disagree about how to manage their forest and water resources? Condos in the Woods explores how these issues are reshaping community structure, employment, and inhabitants' attitudes toward their environment in the Northwoods. Looking at trends from the 1970s to the present, this work moves from the national scale to the Pine Barrens region in northwestern Wisconsin and examines the approaches of residents to the management of their natural resources. At the heart of this story, the authors find that despite the diverse makeup of such communities, residents share many common goals and values and display more successful integration than previously expected. "Makes a major contribution linking and expanding beyond an array of research on the question: What does the growing dominance of seasonal home ownership and use mean for the communities of northern Wisconsin?"—Susan I. Stewart, USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station
Out of the Woods by Leslie Chastain Book Summary:
Sophie Nelson is entering the second phase of her life. Long since divorced, she has been on her own for longer than she was ever married; her children are all grown, and she’s tired of the corporate rat race. Sophie decides to retire to a small, cozy town in Vermont to pursue her real passion: writing. There, she finds a happy home where she can live alone, surrounded by her work and her words. But things soon take a mysterious turn. One night, she comes home to find a light on in her safe sanctuary. There has been an intruder in her house, and Sophie is reminded that single life for a woman is not always safe. Local authorities tell her not to worry, but the murder of her neighbor soon follows the intrusion. The small town, so lacking in crime, is thrown into turmoil. Meanwhile, Sophie meets Sam Wood, and in spite of the tragedy the two are drawn to each other. Sophie is hesitant to start a romantic relationship, though, what with a murderer roaming the streets. The people of town cannot possibly foresee their villain is someone they know quite well, and Sophie may have to give up a little of her independence to allow herself to be saved—before she becomes the next victim.
Deep in the Woods by Larry Hillhouse Book Summary:
This is a coming-of-age adventure of a young girl in a small Appalachian community. Have you ever been deep in the woods, far from civilization, when suddenly even the birds are quiet? Have you ever been in a deep cavern and wondered what strange creature might be lurking around the next bend? Many years previously, entire families disappeared overnight from Spooky Hollow, never to be heard from again. When two local youngsters vanish, the oldtimers silently ask themselves, "Is it happening again?" As Betsy Parker and her dog explore deeper and deeper into the woods, she eventually finds the answer to the question, "Are we ever really alone?"
A Dolphin in the Woods Composite Translation, Paraversing & Distilling Prose by Robin D. Gill Book Summary:
Readings combined into a single cluster to English Japanese poems of Joycean density untranslatable as single poems came to be called composite translations. While this book essays the translation of poetry and glances at other books of multiple translation, it is mostly an exhibition of the art not only intended for serious students or scholars of translation but all word-lovers. While the author hates how to books, writing the last chapter, he came to realize that not only translators, but monolingual readers who find it hard to compose poems or do not know how to get other people to do so, might find it instructive. He dreams of millions of people working out their own poems - or variations on others' work - rather than crossword puzzles. A crossword solved ends up in the trash; with a poem, you can have your cake and not only eat it, too, but serve it up for others to eat.--amazon.com.