In the midst of a violent student uprising in South Korea, a young boy named Dong-ho is shockingly killed. The story of this tragic episode unfolds in a sequence of interconnected chapters as the victims and the bereaved encounter suppression, denial, and the echoing agony of the massacre. From Dong-ho's best friend who meets his own fateful end; to an editor struggling against censorship; to a prisoner and a factory worker, each suffering from traumatic memories; and to Dong-ho's own grief-stricken mother.
Life gets tough. People get mean. How do we push through? What does God's plan mean for our lives? What does it mean to be God's girl in middle school? Well, that's what Just Us Girls is all about.
I'm Trisha. I'm 32 years old, accident-prone, a church secretary, and still single. Never-been-on-a-date kind of single. But that doesn't mean I've never been in love. Until I find the second love of my life, I'll always have my memories of summers past with Aaron, the guy of my dreams, chasing fireflies at twilight. Compared to him, the options at the Highpointe Baptist Church's singles group just add insult to injury.
Eden Andrusek knows she should have fixed her fence last week. It's too bad her runaway goat makes a less-than-ideal first impression on her new neighbor, who turns out to be cute, brilliant, and a little uptight. Solar architect Jacob Riehl is furious when he returns outside to find a goat eating his presentation. As someone who likes everything in its place, he has little sympathy for a farm animal in the city or its tattooed owner, but there's something about the lovely Eden that captures his attention.
"Fun, Entertaining Listen"
Here is a fabulous new addition to this acclaimed travel-guide series. Pocket Adventures Switzerland is packed with all the practical travel information you could ever need, including places to stay and eat, tourist information resources, destination-specific travel advice, emergency information, and sections on the region's history and geography that provide listeners with the background knowledge essential to a fantastic holiday.
The health benefits that these herbal medicines promise are not limited to common heart ailments. They help heal skin, immunity, and blood disorders as well. Because of the unmistakable value of these medicinal plants, a lot of pharmaceutical companies and health agencies have made their own research to prove the scientific basis behind the claims of the history books and expand knowledge on this matter. With the discovery of the many health benefits of these plants, people receive more options in terms of treating their ailments.
In September 1620, about 130 people set sail from Plymouth, England and headed west for a new land and new religious opportunities. Known colloquially as separatists or strangers, the group aimed to establish a new colonial settlement in the New World. But by the end of the following winter, half of them would be dead.
Cici Wilde's fiancé, Audie Howe, calls her with disturbing news. Her store's been broken into and worse, someone murdered the intruder. The victim clutches a string of pearls in one hand and a threatening e-mail in the other. It reads "I know what you're doing. Meet me at Cici's Vintage Clothing at 8:30 p.m. Saturday night." With the discovery of the body, a recent spate of ugly e-mails throughout the Grace Gulch community becomes intensely personal.
"Vintage Clothes, an Acting Company and Murder!"
Couponing for some may be a way to save money for their family. For others it is used to stockpile goods for their family and to also give back to the community in donations of stockpile items. For others it may be an extreme sport with an adrenaline high. Whatever your reason may be for beginning in this new prospect, you have come across a book which provides loads of information, from the basics of getting started and where to begin, to becoming an avid extreme couponer.
Rosabelle and Amos have enjoyed working together for years. When Amos finds a potential wife, Rosabelle is concerned. Why would he consider marrying someone he doesn't love? Can Rosabelle convince Amos that God might have a better plan for him than his own?
The feud between the Graces and the Gaynors is still going strong more than a century after its inception in the 1891 Oklahoma land run. Newspaper editor Penn Hardy is murdered during the reenactment of the most famous gunfight in the history of Grace Gulch, Oklahoma. Cici Wilde, owner of a vintage clothing store, feels compelled to investigate when police suspect people close to her. She soon discovers her talent for sleuthing equals her flair for wearing period clothing.
"Great Clean Mystery Linked to History of Town"
Two years have passed since the last murder rocked Grace Gulch. Life has settled down for the three Wilde sisters. The town is celebrating the opening of the MGM Center for the Arts with a clue-driven scavenger hunt, and Cici expects her first child in six weeks. Newcomers have joined the community, including Cici's mother-in-law, Gilda Howe. Cici's peace is shattered when an art studio burns down with a body inside. The missing artist quickly becomes a primary suspect because of his public breakup with the victim.
"A Murder, a Mural, and a Mother-in-Law"
Living on Purpose is part educational, part motivational, and completely easy to listen to. The ideas discussed in this short work cover some of the most fundamental ideas surrounding the mystery of the inner life. This book is a sure listen for both the student and the practitioner, from spiritual and academic traditions alike. This book explores the intricate nature of the soul (psyche), and in just a few minutes it will surely help you to make the switch from living on accident to Living on Purpose.
To eliminate your stress and develop and cultivate a healthier lifestyle, I present to you The Fault Is in the Stress, where you will learn how to overcome and reduce stress and anxiety, to take control of your life and reduce stress, how to take advantage of gratitude and affirmations, and much more.
For more than 10 years, Becky Corwin-Adams has been a freelance writer and columnist for The Farmland News in Archbold, Ohio. Her columns have appeared under the title "The Empty Nest". These columns address topics such as humorous takes on life, heartfelt dog rescue pieces, and stories about major storms.
"The Best Of Empty Nest"
Disasters occur unexpectedly. Everyone, both rich and poor, suffer from the same effects and even lose lives in extreme cases. What makes the difference is the level of preparation done in facing these significant events. Some people tend to be complacent because they live in disaster-safe locations. Living in a large, professionally-constructed home in luxurious communities make some people feel as if they are invincible from disasters.
It was a war that saw many firsts. The long list of Civil War firsts include America's first income tax, the first battle between ironclad ships, the first extensive use of black soldiers and sailors in US service, the first use of quinine to treat typhoid fever, America's first military draft, and many others. There were advances in medical treatment, military tactics, the chaplain service, and other fields. Over the course of the Civil War, weapons ranged from obsolete flintlocks to state-of-the-art repeaters.