Things We Left Unsaid

Things We Left Unsaid Author Zoya Pirzad
ISBN-10 9781780740843
Release 2012-05-01
Pages 288
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Deep in an Iranian suburb, made rich by the booming oil industry, Clarice Ayvazian lives a comfortable life surrounded by the gentle bickering of her children and her gossiping friends and relatives. Happy being at the heart of her family, she devotes herself to their every need. But when an enigmatic Armenian family move in across the street, something begins to gnaw at Clarice’s contentment: a feeling that there may be more to life – and to her – than this. Dizzy with the sweltering heat and simmering emotions, Clarice begins to feel herself come alive to possibilities previously unimaginable. Set in Iran prior to the Islamic revolution, Zoya Pirzad’s award-winning novel crafts an intimate portrait of family life – its joys and its compromises – and how we find a happiness that endures.

The Things We Left Unsaid

The Things We Left Unsaid Author Amy Barr-Sanders
ISBN-10 OCLC:318779370
Release 2008
Pages 444
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The Things We Left Unsaid has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Things We Left Unsaid also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Things We Left Unsaid book for free.

The Space Between Us

The Space Between Us Author Zoya Pirzad
ISBN-10 9781780742373
Release 2014-02-06
Pages 192
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Cementing her reputation as one of the most brilliant interpreters of the Iranian soul, novelist Zoya Pirzad offers a heartbreaking and tender story of a family haunted by separations. Edmond lives a quiet, respectable life, a stalwart of his Christian Armenian community. But when his daughter falls in love with a Muslim man, the scandal spreads like wildfire and Edmond is forced to choose between family and the expectations and prejudices of others. He makes his choice, but only time will reveal the true cost. Evoking Vikram Seth’s A Suitable Boy with its tapestry of hidden intimacies and social pressures, The Space Between Us weaves a poignant tale of human fallibility and grace.

The Things I ve Left Unsaid

The Things I ve Left Unsaid Author Puneet Rangi
ISBN-10 9781770972049
Release 2012-02
Pages 88
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Here's the diary of a soul who finally found courage to express the truths that must be told. Conveying the ways in which filth trickled by and eroded every piece of humanity left inside. Here's a challenge to the world in all the atrocities it must hide. The forbidden challenge against actions speaking louder than words, here's the voices that haven't been heard. No more lies that must be told, no more anguish left to hold. Here's an opportunity to lift the weight of the world off your back, a first and forlorn possibility to attack. In acknowledgment that truths are filtered thoroughly, let's not be blind to all the carnage that we see, and finally be able to know that this chaos that'll be, is that the chaos surrounding our souls inevitably. Hear the truths in all its lies, take note and hear them through your hearts avertable demise.

Die Lichter l sche ich

Die Lichter l  sche ich Author Zūyā Pīrzād
ISBN-10 3458172939
Release 2006
Pages 302
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Die Lichter l sche ich has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Die Lichter l sche ich also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Die Lichter l sche ich book for free.

Things Left Unsaid

Things Left Unsaid Author David Goeske
ISBN-10 9780595261895
Release 2002
Pages 112
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Things Left Unsaid is a realistic portrayal of three seemingly typical high school students trying to make their way through a particularly rough day of classes. Told with a unique sense of humor and fast moving dialogue, the story chronicles one students' lapse into depression and how his best friend and sister find out what went wrong. Each character faces unique challenges as together they weave their way through the most challenging day of school they have ever faced.

Few Things Left Unsaid

Few Things Left Unsaid Author Sudeep Nagarkar
ISBN-10 9788184004281
Release 2013-06-11
Pages 298
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Aditya is a confused soul. He is unclear about his ambitions or goals in life. He hates engineering from the core of his heart, but destiny has other plans for him as he ends up in an engineering college despite his wishes. Aditya’s search for true love comes to a halt when he runs into Riya, a fellow college student. Just when things are going great between the two, an unexpected tragedy strikes. Will their love be able to fight against the odds? An uplifting story about finding and losing love, Few Things Left Unsaid is sure to tug at your heartstrings.

Ungeduld des Herzens Roman

Ungeduld des Herzens  Roman Author Stefan Zweig
ISBN-10 9788087664513
Release 2013-01-01
Pages 450
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Der Roman Ungeduld des Herzens, der 1939 veröffentlicht wurde, ist der einzige beendete Roman des Autors Stefan Zweig. Beschreibung: Der junge Leutnant Anton Hofmiller wird in das Schloss des ungarischen Magnaten Lajos von Kékesfalva eingeladen. Er lernt dessen gelähmte Tochter Edith kennen und entwickelt Zuneigung, vor allem aber tiefes subtiles Mitleid für sie. Er macht der unheilbar Kranken, die sich in ihn verliebt, Hoffnungen auf baldige Genesung und verlobt sich schließlich sogar mit ihr. Doch da er nur aus Mitleid, nicht aus Liebe handelt, nimmt das Unheil seinen Lauf. Aus Angst vor Spott und Verachtung steht er in der Öffentlichkeit nicht zu ihrer Verbindung. Als Edith erfährt, dass er die Verlobung vor anderen verleugnet, nimmt sie sich das Leben. Von Schuldgefühlen überwältigt, stürzt er sich in einer sinnlosen Flucht in die Kämpfe des beginnenden Ersten Weltkriegs.

Letters Late Things Left Unsaid

Letters Late  Things Left Unsaid Author Allen R. Remaley
ISBN-10 9781477270493
Release 2012-09-20
Pages 200
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In a series of letters written to those who influenced his life and who have since long passed, a man pays tribute to those he loved. Moments in time, some tender, some troubling and sad, reveal the character of family, friends, teachers and acquaintances. Intertwined in these events of the past are snippets of the present which sometimes contrast sharply with the economic, political and societal changing mores of Americans. This snapshot of the past opens to view what was, what could have been and what might be for the reader. Some letters will make the reader cry, others will bring a smile to your face and even make you laugh. But, like the writer, you will remember Letters Late...

Unsettled and Unsaid

Unsettled and Unsaid Author Asa Ray Henson
ISBN-10 9781312119413
Release 2015-04-20
Pages 76
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As a book of excerpts/private pieces opening up to an upcoming series, this book allows you to prepare yourself for a journey into the words and thoughts of things that are incomplete in a sense. It begins to tell the story of people that were left without answers, of things that were left unsaid or undone. It is the first step in telling about those that have left and proceeded to venture down other paths.


Richmond Author Andrew Ragavaloo
ISBN-10 9781919855868
Release 2008-09-01
Pages 294
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A true story, this gripping narrative reads like a political thriller as it describes one South African town's year of terror in the early days of the new post-apartheid government. Sifiso Nkabinde, the regional leader of the African National Congress (ANC) in the town of Richmond, KwaZulu Natal, is expelled for being a police spy. A self-proclaimed warlord during the conflict in the area in the early 1990s, he reverts to violent activities following his expulsion and is believed by the townspeople to be responsible for inciting a small-scale civil war in Richmond that leaves more than 100 people dead over the course of a year. The mayor of the town, who is the author of this account, stands firmly in charge even as he is under constant threat by Nkabinde's henchmen. This deeply moving account stands as a testament to the importance and fragility of democracy.

All We Have Left Unsaid

All We Have Left Unsaid Author Maxine Case
ISBN-10 0795702299
Release 2006
Pages 270
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A beautifully crafted exploration of love and bereavement, this novel sorts through the ties that bind mothers and daughters—and the silences that keep them apart. Keeping vigil at her mother's hospital bed, Danika is overwhelmed with the desire to find out more about certain events during her childhood in the 1980s, a politically tumultuous time in South Africa's history. Though Danika considers herself to be a person who can cope with anything, she finds herself wondering uneasily, Why was the state of emergency declared back then? Why did my father leave? What happened on that night that no one ever talks about? Only now, with her mother fading away and beyond hearing, are she and her sisters able to break the silence of those difficult years and speak the words that were always left unsaid.

Taking Back Forever

Taking Back Forever Author Karen Amanda Hooper
ISBN-10 9780985589929
Release 2013-05-28
Pages 370
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Book 2 of The Kindrily series. Forever is worth the fight. Maryah erased all memory of her past lives, but she couldn’t erase her soul mate Nathan, or his undying love. Now, Maryah and Nathan have a second chance at a future together, but first Maryah must remember the person she used to be and embrace her supernatural gifts—more than one kindrily member’s life depends on it. Maryah’s power is Harmony’s best hope of finding her kidnapped soul mate, Gregory. But Harmony isn’t big on asking anyone for help, and she’s tired of waiting, so she’s taking matters into her own hands. Heaven help anyone who stands in her way. *Recommended for ages 15 and older due to mature content.* Keywords: young adult, YA, teen, romance, YA romance, paranormal romance, fantasy, supernatural, soul mates, reincarnation, magic, love story, series, saga, Kindrily, metaphysical, Sedona, spiritual, star-crossed,

Everything Left Unsaid

Everything Left Unsaid Author Jessica Davidson
ISBN-10 9781466828391
Release 2012-08-01
Pages 312
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Tai and Juliet have been friends since they were little. With a shared love of music, an addiction to energy drinks and the belief they can fly off buildings Mary Poppins-style, they understand each other in a way that only best friends can. But as they reach 17, they begin to realise that they might be more than just friends... As they excitedly plan what they'll do once they've finished high school, they believe they have their whole lives ahead of them. But then Tai learns the devastating news that he has a brain tumour - and has only a year left to live. Told from the alternating points of view of Tai and Juliet, this is both a touching story of first love and an unflinching, emotional tale of living life to the full in the face of death.

First Cut is the Deepest

First Cut is the Deepest Author Martin Edwards
ISBN-10 9781781662854
Release 2014-08-19
Pages 358
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Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by a stranger with a secret obsession...

Reconstructing Western Civilization

Reconstructing Western Civilization Author Barbara Sher Tinsley
ISBN-10 1575910950
Release 2006
Pages 392
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This is a collection of eleven essays, laced with humor and irony, on the Dawn of Man, Mesopotamia, Egypt, Hebrews, Minoans and Mycenaens, classical Greece, Alexander the Great, the Hellenistic world, Rome's Republic and Empire, and several church fathers (Irenaeus, Tertullian, Jerome, and Augustine) who influenced the Primitive Church. Tinsley highlights current research while showcasing themes of contemporary as well as ancient significance - misogyny, the manipulation of rhetoric to justify privilege, the contributions of the anonymous to the well-being of the famous, the paradox of progress, the distortion of prophecy, the use and misuse of myth and other media, the exploitation of spiritual, intellectual, physical, and sexual resources, the comforts and perils of provincialism versus the dangers and benefits of organization - spiritual, imperial, or both.


Ilustrado Author Miguel Syjuco
ISBN-10 9780330532600
Release 2010-06-04
Pages 308
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‘A dazzling and virtuosic adventure’ Joseph O’Connor, author of Star of the Sea Internationally Bestselling Winner of the Man Asian Literary Prize 2008 ‘With Ilustrado, Miguel Syjuco obliges us to remake the canons of our great classics of contemporary literature. Ilustrado is, literally, a masterpiece’ Alberto Manguel It begins with a body. One anonymous winter day, the corpse of Crispin Salvador is pulled from the Hudson River. Gone is the controversial giant of Asian literature. And missing is the only manuscript of his final book, an exposé of the corrupt roots of the ruling Filipino families, meant to restore his once dazzling reputation. His student, Miguel, is suspicious of the suicide verdict. He investigates: first sifting through the dead man’s work for clues, then journeying from New York to Manila, seeking out family, colleagues, and anyone who might hold pieces of the puzzle. But when Miguel assembles the fragments of his mentor’s past, this ambitious and rewarding novel expands into far wider contexts – political, social, historical, literary. As patterns emerge, the mystery of a death deepens into the greater mysteries of life – and the reader makes increasingly significant discoveries of their own, until the startling revelation of the final page. ‘A big, bold, cunning, impassioned, plangent and very funny book’ Scotsman ‘Bristling with comic verve, metafictional playfulness, and an undertone of expatriate nostalgia . . . an impressive, vibrant mix of Borgesian literary labyrinth and acerbic émigré comedy’ Sunday Times ‘A seethingly ambitious debut . . . US critics have cited Bolaño as an obvious comparison; others may think of Midnight’s Children-era Rushdie’ Independent