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War Gardens: A Novel.
Lent"s third novel moves his characters beyond the Northeastern territory of his first two books and into a broader America as it transforms itself over the course of the two world wars. War Gardens opens in a Nova Scotian fishing village where young Henry Dorn is groomed to assume leadership of the family"s fishing enterprise when he is awakened to greater possibilities by a professor from the US. Upon graduating from college in New York, Henry marries his mentor"s daughter, Olivia, and we follow the couple through the initial years of their marriage set against the backdrop of WWI and then into the heady, early days of Madison Ave advertising and the boom of the 1920s. Balanced between his professional success and marital struggles, Henry and Olivia persevere as the world enters the Great Depression, a time of challenge that binds them ever more strongly. But with the advent of the WWII they are confronted with the disappearance of their only son, Robert, who had secretly enlisted with the British Army. Following the war, Henry travels to Holland to discover the truth behind his son"s life with the Dutch resistance. After learning the story of his son"s service to the war effort, Henry is faced with the greatest moral challenge and duty of his life. With keen insights into family relationships and the capricious nature of life, War Gardens offers a transfixing and absorbing tale with a myriad of reflections upon our own turbulent times.
Stories for a near-future war: Swords and Gardens Bedouins had given her some seeds for herbs, which she had planted in the ground, greening the desert. The novel was my own heart-shaped garden, a promise to keep myself sane, the way her promise was probably an act of determination to create beauty against and despite the maddening world. It's tough for me to narrow things down to one book, but if I was going with just one I'd probably choose Catch To kill a mockingbird, A Storm of swords would a couple close behind or on the same level.
For my seventy-third Dream Gardens children’s books podcast, I interviewed author and advocate Aditi Wardhan Singh about the comic book novel Karna by Amar Chitra Katha. Adapted from part of the classic Indian epic the Mahabharata, Karna tells the story in comic book format of a tragic hero who must fulfill his destiny even at the cost of his. In The President's Gardens, the character Ibrahim's most surreal job is to bury the people killed by the President's retinue almost every day. Such horrific atrocities were pretty commonplace under Hussein's regime, with the dictator disposing of people who showed even the slightest disloyalty toward him.
The Gardens of Kyoto is based on the short story of the same title, which won the Pushcart and O. Henry Prizes in and which has become the first chapter of this Walbert uses her. Tag: Japanese prisoner-of-war camps; Japanese gardens; Cameron Highlands; tea plantations; second world war The Garden of Evening Mists by Tan Twan Eng This is Tan Twang Eng’s second novel and his first, The Gift of Rain () enchanted me .
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Rhys Bowen is the New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty mystery novels, including The Tuscan Child and her World War II novel In Farleigh Field, the winner of the Left Coast Crime Award for Best Historical Mystery Novel and the Agatha Award for Best Historical ’s work has won sixteen honors to date, including multiple Agatha, Anthony, and Macavity awards/5(K).
'In the Garden of Beasts' is the second book I've read by Larson and I'm sorry to say the two don't compare. I've read a fair number of books about the Holocaust and I did find the political maneuvering described in 'Garden' interesting in a stomach turning, sickening kind of way/5.
The Lost Garden by Helen Humphreys is a beautifully written book. At first it may seem a bit disjointed and difficult-going. But looking deeper, the reader finds that like, the lost garden of the title, the story is multi-layered and the best layers are hidden beneath the weeds and neglect/5.
Candide, ou l'Optimisme (/ k ɒ n ˈ d iː d / kon-DEED, French: ()) is a French satire first published in by Voltaire, a philosopher of the Age of Enlightenment.
The novella has been widely translated, with English versions titled Candide: or, All for the Best (); Candide: or, The Optimist (); and Candide: Optimism (). It begins with a young man, Candide, who is living a Author: Voltaire. Metro (Russian: Метро ) is a post-apocalyptic fiction novel by Russian author Dmitry is set within the Moscow Metro, where the last survivors hide after a global nuclear has been followed by two sequels, Metro and Metroand spawned the Metro media franchise.
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Gardens of the Moon is the first of ten novels in Canadian author Steven Erikson's high fantasy series the Malazan Book of the was first published in and was nominated for a World Fantasy Award. If you scour the internet for Iraqi novels, you’ll find dozens of lists and list-essays.
But these pieces—15 Great Books About Iraq, Afghanistan or The Iraq Novel We’ve Been Waiting For or I’m Not the Enemy or A Reading List of Modern War Stories—give us the perspective of the US soldier, journalist, and aid worker.
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Unfolding in lyrical, seductive prose, The Gardens of Kyoto becomes a mesmerizing exploration of the interplay of love and loss. Michael Holloway Perronne is a writer living in Los Angeles. He has a BA from the University of Southern Mississippi and a MFA from the Creative Writing Workshop at the University of New Orleans.
His debut novel, A Time Before Me, won Foreward Magazine's Bronze Award in Gay & Lesbian Literature. "Gardens of Hope" is his seventh book.
A fine meditative historical novel from the internationally acclaimed Lebanese author of Samarkand () and The Rock of Tanios ().
This obviously scrupulously researched story focuses on the life, mission, and martyrdom of Mani, the third century a.d. prophet (of Manichaeanism) and mystic whose ethically centered philosophy featured a fusion of Buddhism, Christianity, and Zoroastrianism.
In literature, there's something both magical and symbolic about gardens. They can be unkempt and wild, harboring secrets and failures, or brimming with well-maintained life, the beauty of the plants as radiant as the hearts of their caretakers.
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For this generation, it’s Kristin Hannah. Mesmerizing from the first page to the last, Winter Garden is an evocative, lyrically-written novel that will long be remembered. In “Dissident Gardens,” a novel jampacked with the human energy of a crowded subway car, Jonathan Lethem attempts a daunting feat: turning .Buy a cheap copy of Buckingham Palace Gardens book by Anne Perry.
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