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The Water-castle by Brenda Chamberlain Book Summary:
The Water-castle is a journal of love, romance and discord in 1950s Germany as a Welsh artist and poet, Elizabeth Greatorex, travels with her French husband to meet her former lover Klaus, a German count. Elizabeth maps a frost- and snow-bound landscape of desire against the hardening borders of a newly divided Germany. In her revealing diary, she records her struggle to bridge the distance between Wales and Germany, East and West while considering her own mythologised past and real diminished present. Brenda Chamberlain's writing pits creative idealism, emotional hunger and sexual longing against the brutal displacements of post-war Europe.
The Water Castle by Megan Frazer Blakemore Book Summary:
Ephraim Appledore-Smith is an ordinary boy, and up until his father's stroke he lived an ordinary life. But all that changes when his family moves to the Water Castle-their ancestral home in the small town of Crystal Springs. Mallory Green's family has always been the caretakers of the Water Castle-and the guardians of its secrets. She has been raised to protect the legendary Fountain of Youth, hidden on the estate grounds. But ever since her mom left, she's stopped believing in magic. Will Wylie's family has been at war with the Applegates for generations, all because of the Water Castle's powerful secrets. But Will has rejected legend and magic, putting all his faith in science. When Ephraim learns of the Fountain, he's sure finding it can cure his dad. With Mallory and Will's help, the trio embarks on a mission that brings them deep into their families' shared history, through every secret room in the Water Castle, and on a quest that will blur the lines of magic and science, creativity and discovery, leaving readers left to wonder: Do you believe in the unbelievable?
Castle of Water by Dane Huckelbridge Book Summary:
Told in mesmerising prose, with a charm and rhythm entirely its own, CASTLE OF WATER is more than just a classic castaway story. It is a stirring reflection on love’s restorative potential, as well as a poignant reminder that home—be it a flat in Paris, a New York apartment, or a desolate atoll a world away—is where the heart is...
Moon on the Water by Mort Castle,Lucien Stryk,Robert Weinberg Book Summary:
21 stories of horror by Mort Castle, a master of the short story. "The stories (in Moon on the Water) are by turns funny, moving, surprising and dark. Mort Castle is a writer who loves word-play, but like every writer worth his salt remembers that even for kids, play is a serious business. From the heart and from deep down under your skin. You'll race through one of these yarns effortlessly and then sit back and stew on it for awhile." Jack Ketchum, author of The Girl Next Door
New Moon on the Water (2018 Trade Paperback Edition) by Mort Castle Book Summary:
In a smoky, after hours jazz joint where almost nobody ever dies, or the ranch house next door owned by a monster, or a high rise elevator in which raging terror awaits the next passenger, these brilliant stories discover a world you thought you knew--and a darker one you will never forget. With 13 stories never before collected, NEW MOON ON THE WATER is Mort Castle's first new collection in a decade, presenting the best short fiction of the writer deemed a "horror doyen," "the Charles Dickens of horror," and "the master of contemporary horror." ..". funny, moving, surprising and dark. Mort Castle is a writer who loves word play, but like every writer worth his salt remembers that even for kids, play is a serious business." - Jack Ketchum, author of The Girl Next Door and Off Season
Castle Rackrent by Maria Edgeworth,Susan Kubica Howard Book Summary:
An edition of Maria Edgeworth's first novel, 'Castle Rackrent', originally published in 1800, with annotations, an Introduction and a bibliography. 'Castle Rackrent' tells the story of three generations of the Rackrent family from the perspective of their servant, Thady Quirk, during the middle of the eighteenth century in Ireland.
Enchanted Dreams - by Chrissy Peebles Book Summary:
Zoey Sanders is spending her senior year at a mysterious castle in Scotland that she believes is haunted. The mystery deepens and she has strong speculations that spirits are inhabiting her body at night when she dreams. As she tries to figure out what is going on, two students fall into a deep coma. Something sinister is happening and Zoey is determined to figure it out. She also vows to save the castle spirits that desperately need her help.
Detour by Tawny H. Swain Castle Book Summary:
Some detours from life's path can take you to a place that can shake your very core. Take a detour with Tawny Swain Castle to a place that surprised and challenged her as much as it will astonish you in this moving book. As if losing her home, beloved dogs, and the ability to work in a field for which she was so passionate weren't enough, Tawny also lost her ability to walk and do even the very basic day to day tasks. Swain Castle shares her detour into illness, homelessness, living next door to her clients, and loss of physical ability leading her to a nursing home. This heartfelt story is funny, uplifting and full of insight that will shift your own perspective of loss, life's circumstances, resilience and change in an honest way that will perhaps cause you to reevaluate the detours on your own journey.
The Day I Washed My Face in the Toilet by Brenda Kearns Book Summary:
"Wish you could find giggle-inducing tween books for girls?" "Tired of young teen fiction that drags you down? Then try..." The Day I Washed My Face in the Toilet A laugh-out-loud novel that's perfect for girls and young teens! All 14-year-old Monica Bloomfield wants is to spend August at a science camp far away from her idiot sister and weird little brother. Trouble is, Monica's being dragged into the wedding party of her crabby old great aunt who lives in England-and if she wants to earn that science camp, she has to keep her siblings in line for the entire trip, plus convince her crazy Grandma to move into a nursing home pronto. Monica's determined to succeed, but things start out badly-and go downhill fast. First, her hyperactive brother overdoses on caffeine right before their eight-hour flight to England. Then a botched wine-tasting party ends so badly that even a policeman is left speechless (and in need of a new uniform). Getting into science camp isn't going to be easy-especially with a rampaging bull, drunk parrot and the most gorgeous guy in the universe standing in her way. "The Day I Washed My Face In The Toilet" is a fast-paced tale about a girl trying to have a positive impact on her world and see social injustices corrected-with hilarious results, and one badly-mangled bridesmaid's dress. A Personal Note From The Author: Unfortunately, I came up with the title of this book-and a pretty big chunk of the plot-line-the day I washed my face in a toilet. In my defense, we were living in the middle of nowhere, and a brutal storm had left us with no hydro, no heat, no lights and no running water for almost a week. I was cold and grimy, and by the fifth day I snapped. I pulled the top off the toilet tank and peered in. The water had been sitting there for days, so it smelled really funky. Also, every chain and bobbly thing in there was covered with a thick layer of (and here, I'm using the scientific term) bleck. Still, I was desperate. So I used the slimy toilet tank water and had what was probably the fastest sponge bath on record. Sadly, the curry incident happened to me, too. Shortly before I boarded an eight-hour flight from England to Canada, a friend took me out for a huge curry feast. I'd never had curry, and my intestines weren't sure what to do with the stuff, so they promptly rejected it. I developed a massive case of explosive curry farts. I kept my coat zipped up for the entire flight home, hoping that would hide the smell. It didn't. Toxic gasses trickled out through the neck of the coat, assaulting me and all of the passengers who were stuck sitting around me. Ironically, the coat made the problem worse, because it made me sweat-I was leaking curry vapors out of every pore of my body. This book is a labor of love-but it's laced with some of my most cringe-worthy experiences, too! "If you're on the look-out for great books for girls or young teens-and you don't need vampires or zombies to make you happy-then this one's for you!" Want to read more? Just scroll up and click the Look Inside feature on the top left hand side of the page.
Come Hell Or High Water by Paula A. Bruno Book Summary:
REVIS KIRKLAND is a north central Texas cattle rancher, who is not afraid of much of anything but he made a big mistake when he turned his back on his illegitimate son, TOBY. In COME HELL OR HIGH WATER that decision almost gets them both killed. The Kirkland family saga begins in 1958, on the Kirkland Ranch. Revis is surprised when his old flame Ruby drops their eight-year-old son Toby off at the ranch and says, "You have to take him now." Revis is elated but just as he and Toby are getting acquainted Toby disappears. Ruby's distraught husband says she took Toby and ran off with a new lover. However a grass fire on land that belongs to Revis' life long enemy Ken Logan uncovers Ruby's car presenting Revis with the worrisome questions, where is she? If something has happened to her, where is Toby? If Ken Logan has kidnapped Toby and his mother, what will he do to them and what will Revis do about it? Follow Revis in his quest to get his son back COME HELL OR HIGH WATER.
Of Water and Sky by Disa Dawn Book Summary:
Awaken one...awaken them all.Insomniac Piper Laurel focuses on the simple things, the feel-good things. She likes her coffee black, her wine cheap, and her men gone by morning. But when her last living relative dies, she must confront the feel-bad things. She's the last Laurel, she's almost thirty, and she's completely alone.When she returns to her sleepy seaside hometown, her ex is still as yummy as ever, and a familiar-seeming stranger is also there to tug at her heartstrings. But a love triangle isn't the only thing waiting for her. The immortal Anik has spent centuries plotting to claim the last Laurel--and a lot of innocent souls in the bargain. To survive Anik and the Realm Wars, Piper must forget her version of reality and awaken to her destiny as a Seekin, Guardian of Souls. With two men vying for her heart and hellhounds on her heels, Piper must decide who she trusts and who she loves while embracing her destiny with her eyes wide open.
The Seven Beggars & Other Kabbalistic Tales of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov by Naḥman (of Bratslav),Aryeh Kaplan Book Summary:
For centuries, spiritual teachers have told stories to convey lessons about God and perceptions of the world around us. Hasidic master Rebbe Nachman of Breslov perfected this teaching method through his captivating and entertaining stories which are fast-moving, richly structured, and filled with penetrating insights. This collection presents Rebbe Nachman's beloved teachings, translated by Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan and accompanied by illuminating commentary drawn from the works of Rebbe Nachman's pupils. With a preface by Rabbi Chaim Kramer, this important work brings authentic interpretations of Rebbe Nachman's stories to English-speaking readers, allowing them to see the rich heritage of Torah and Kabbalah that underlies each word of his teachings. (Previously published in hardcover by Breslov Research Institute as Rabbi Nachman's Stories [ISBN 0-930213-02-5].)
Luminosity by Jackie Castle Book Summary:
Alburnium is at war. Eighteen-year-old Alyra's joy of being reunited with her family fades when Prince Issah sends her beloved friends away on various quests across the kingdom. Allies must be gathered to stand against the dark ruler, Lord Darnel. The reclusive dragons happen to be necessary allies. Alyra's friendship with the young drake, Crystal, offers a slim hope of being heard by them instead of being burned. Alyra must travel to Drakensburg with her resentful brother, Ethan, a Messenger, who doesn't trust her, a prankster Okbold intent on honoring his debt to her, and a unseen Guardian Instructor, who must teach her how to use the Illuminate's gift before they reach the dragons' hold. Ethan has the words to persuade the dragons. Alyra carries the red fruit of the white tree to present as a peace offering. Until she finds Tarek, beaten and near death. She must choose between using the fruit to save the man she loves, or the kingdom she serves.
Escape to Cloud Castle by David Smith Book Summary:
The three little pigs have a problem. A big bad wolf has moved into their neighborhood and won't stop his vicious attacks on their little brick cottage! Their food supply is running out, and they can't go out and get jobs to buy more! Hilarity ensues when the pigs get a clever idea to buy some magic bean seeds to grow an unlimited supply of food, only to find out the magic beanstalk that grows from the seeds leads straight to a castle in a sky! Will they be able to escape the wolf in time, or will he make them his lunch?
The Cats of Tanglewood Forest by Charles de Lint Book Summary:
In this whimsical, original folktale, written and illustrated throughout in vibrant full color by two celebrated masters of modern fantasy, a young girl's journey becomes an enchanting coming-of-age story about magic, friendship, and the courage to shape one's own destiny. Lillian Kindred spends her days exploring the Tanglewood Forest, a magical, rolling wilderness that she imagines to be full of fairies. The trouble is, Lillian has never seen a wisp of magic in her hills--until the day the cats of the forest save her life by transforming her into a kitten. Now she must set out on a perilous adventure that will lead her through untamed lands of fabled creates--from Old Mother Possum to the fearsome Bear People--to find a way to make things right.
King of the Castle by Kurt D. Fischback Book Summary:
A collection of cartoons from the comic strip 'King of the Castle'. Move over 'Pearls Before Swine', the next cartoon of the decade is here! Reggie is a spaniel bent on never-ending adventure. From his antics as world famous stunt dog 'Spaniel McDaniel' to his prowess in the wrestling ring as 'El Perro Loco', this dog gives his audience something to cheer for. What makes this comic appealing is its multifaceted approach to humor. Pat Castle is Reggie's owner and the relationship between these two characters and the trouble they get into knows no boundaries. Enter in another spaniel for companionship and a wife that's always shaking her head at it all, and you have the recipe for success! A comic strip that is still in its infancy and yet promises to deliver professional character development, humor, and appeal. Don't hesitate to take a chance on this one; there are a lot of comic strips out there promising the goods on humor and this is one of the few that have done it with consistency. Don't let the fact that you never heard of it keep you from embracing the true spirit of today's contemporary lifestyle. 'King of the Castle' promises to be a household name in the years to come!
Iaiá Garcia by Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis,Machado de Assis Book Summary:
"Intertwines the lives of three characters in a subtly and wryly developing relationship. While the youthful Iaiaa is growing into womanhood, a tentative love affair occurs between the aristocratic Jorge and the prideful Estela. This affair is afflicted by ironic shifts of fortune and in time the maturing Iaiaa becomes a rival for Jorge's attentions"--Amazon.com.
City Maps Quchan Iran by James Mcfee Book Summary:
City Maps Quchan Iran is an easy to use small pocket book filled with all you need for your stay in the big city. Attractions, pubs, bars, restaurants, museums, convenience stores, clothing stores, shopping centers, marketplaces, police, emergency facilities are only some of the places you will find in this map. This collection of maps is up to date with the latest developments of the city as of 2017. We hope you let this map be part of yet another fun Quchan adventure :)
Castle in the Air by Diana Wynne Jones Book Summary:
Abdullah was a young and not very prosperous carpet dealer. His father, who had been disappointed in him, had left him only enough money to open a modest booth in the Bazaar. When he was not selling carpets, Abdullah spent his time daydreaming. In his dreams he was not the son of his father, but the long-lost son of a prince. There was also a princess who had been betrothed to him at birth. He was content with his life and his daydreams until, one day, a stranger sold him a magic carpet. In this stunning sequel to Howl's Moving Castle, Diana Wynne Jones has again created a large-scale, fast-paced fantasy in which people and things are never quite what they seem. There are good and bad djinns, a genie in a bottle, wizards, witches, cats and dogs (but are they cats and dogs?), and a mysterious floating castle filled with kidnapped princesses, as well as two puzzling prophecies. The story speeds along with tantalizing twists and turns until the prophecies are fulfilled, true identities are revealed, and all is resolved in a totally satisfying, breathtaking, surprise-filled ending.
The Story Web by Megan Frazer Blakemore Book Summary:
In this heartfelt magical novel, Megan Frazer Blakemore shows that how we wield stories has the power to shape the world. When Alice was little, she found a gigantic spider web deep in the forest. Her dad called it the Story Web and told her how its strands were woven from the stories that hold our world together.Years later, Alice's dad is gone, and she's sure it's her fault. Now she won't even talk about her dad and definitely doesn't believe his farfetched stories. But when animals in town start acting strangely, she can't ignore them. They are trying to tell her the Story Web is in danger - that the fabric of our world is breaking. The only way to mend it is to tell honest tales from the heart. Alice must confront the real reason her dad is gone, but is she strong enough to finally tell her side of the story?This magical tale of truth and honesty, integrity and intention is perfect for fans of Katherine Applegate.
Direction of ground-water flow in the surficial aquifer in the vicinity of impact areas G-10 and K-2, Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, 2004 by N.A Book Summary:
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An embassy from the East-India Company of the United Province to the Grand Tartar Cham emperour of China. Deliv. by Peter de Goyer and Jacob de Keyzer by Joan Nieuhof Book Summary:
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England's Gazetteer; Or, An Accurate Description Of All The Cities, Towns, and Villages of the Kingdom by Stephen Whatley Book Summary:
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The Girl and the Witch's Garden by Erin Bowman Book Summary:
“As enchanting as it is wise, the true magic of this secret garden story is in its unflinching, heart-wrenching exploration of grief, belonging, and inner strength. Once I stepped into the witch’s garden with Piper, I did not want to leave.” —Jessica Khoury, author of The Mystwick School of Musicraft “Piper Peavey is a protagonist all her own in a spellbinding story that has a touch of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children and a dab of Circus Mirandus.” —Quinn Sosna-Spear, author of The Remarkable Inventions of Walter Mortinson “Magical and mysterious, a captivating read from start to beautiful end.” —Megan Frazer Blakemore, author of The Water Castle and The Story Web The Secret Garden meets Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children in this rich, charming middle grade adventure about a girl determined to infiltrate her grandmother’s enchanted garden with the help of some magically gifted friends. Mallory Estate is the last place twelve-year-old Piper Peavey wants to spend her summer vacation. The grounds are always cold, the garden out back is dead, a mysterious group of children call the property home, and there’s a rumor that Melena M. Mallory—the owner of the estate and Piper’s wealthy grandmother—is a witch. But when Piper’s father falls ill, Mallory Estate is exactly where she finds herself. The grand house and its garden hold many secrets—some of which may even save her father—and Piper will need to believe in herself, her new friends, and magic if she wants to unlock them before it’s too late.
The Castles of the Rhine by Robert R. Taylor Book Summary:
Far from being mere antiquarian or sentimental curiosities, the rebuilt or reused fortresses of the Rhine reflect major changes in Germany and Europe during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Taylor begins The Castles of the Rhine with a synopsis of the major political, social and intellectual changes that influenced castle rebuilding in the nineteenth century. He then focuses on selected castles, describing their turbulent histories from the time of their original construction, through their destruction or decay, to their rediscovery in the 1800s and their continued preservation today. Reading this book is equivalent to looking at history though a romantic-nationalist kaleidoscope. Amply illustrated with maps and photographs, The Castles of the Rhine is a wonderful companion for anyone with dreams or experience of journeying along the Rhine.
The Lost Castle by Christopher Taylor Book Summary:
Lurking in the wilderness is an old dilapidated castle and the ruins of the nearby village. It has been taken over by the creatures of the wilds, but what lies inside these crumbling walls, and why are they being rebuilt? What lurks beneath the Lost Castle? And why was it abandoned so long ago? The Lost Castle is a complete Fantasy Hero adventure with maps, locations, treasures, and all the information you need to run your game! Officially Licensed by Hero Games!
The popular encyclopedia; or, 'Conversations Lexicon': [ed. by A. Whitelaw from the Encyclopedia Americana]. by Popular encyclopedia Book Summary:
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The Rock of Hell by Kay Hassan Book Summary:
It is not a personal story, it is a war novel, displaying the memories of a thousand American soldiers lived in the darkness of the war with me. It is the memories of the war time, the unlivable moments that they shared together, with all personal ruptures midst fatal disputes of locals, along with the world of myth, religion and unique quality of the mens raw nature, where all key aspects of misbehaviors explode .
To Have Or Not to Have That Is the Question by Nilton Bonder Book Summary:
After having lectured at large corporations around Brazil and several other countries, Rabbi Bonder wrote this book to meet the rising interest in the business world for spirituality. This book is about the ultra-wisdom to be found in frontiers between intelligence and ignorance. The very border that divides between clarity and superstition, intuition and illusion, discernment and fantasy, is an area of mixed light and darkness. In this twilight zone abide truths that will never turn into certainties. This is the zone where good sense is usually not the common sense, but a countersense. Where wisdom is forged out of experience, sensitivity and intuition; where doubt is the resource and where fog rather than light is the medium. Companies searching for their 'earthly kingdom' have discovered that the intelligence of the 'kingdom of heaven' could be of some use for efficiency sake, and in a highly competitive world nobody can afford to ignore a form of intelligence. In our days, we have begun to recognize a field of thought that until just recently was seen as lying outside the realm of categories of intelligence.
Narrative of the loss of the Rothsay Castle, steam packet in Beaumaris Bay, etc. Fourth edition, with additions by Richard James MORRISON Book Summary:
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Singer Castle Revisited by Robert Mondore,Patty Mondore Book Summary:
Singer Castle Revisited is a fresh look at this castle’s rich 100-year history with many new stories and photographs of its original owner, Frederick G. Bourne; his daughter Marjorie, who owned the castle for the next 40 years; and Dr. Harold and Eloise Martin. The Bournes were well known for their marvelous collection of yachts and Gold Cup–winning speedboats. Since the release of Singer Castle, the new owners of this historical Thousand Islands landmark have invested nearly $10 million into restoring it to its original condition. In addition, gracious relatives of the former owners’ families have shared their private collections of previously unpublished pictures dating from as far back as the castle’s construction.