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Astray


Astray


$4.49


This?a sequel to Gated?is a nerve-fraying contemporary young adult thriller that will make readers question loyalties as it twists truths. Her life was based on a lie. Lyla Hamilton almost died escaping the Community. In her new life, the outsiders call the Community a cult. They don’t understand how easy it was to believe. How good it felt to belong. Normal? life?high school and dating?is harder than Lyla expected. Who should she love? Who should she hate?The Community is willing to do terrible things to bring her back to the fold. The members are still preaching Pioneer?s twisted message that the end of the world is near. Pulled in two directions and unsure which way to turn, Lyla risks everything to follow her heart, but can she uncover the Community?s plan before it?s too late?Lyla?s escape was only the beginning. Praise for Gated and Astray?A tense psychological thriller that will leave you gasping for breath as you race to the very last page. Gretchen McNeil, author ofTen?An awesome, creepy book that reminds me of my favorite cult films. HelloGiggles.com* ?Parker doesn?t pull punches, indicating a level of brutality that will appropriately disturb even as it successfully conveys Lyla?s complete entrapment in the Community. Compelling and not that distant from real-world cults that have ended in tragedy. Kirkus Reviews, Starred?A complex, intriguing tale rooted in real-world events. Publishers Weekly?A good choice for reluctant readers. After the last page is turned, the question will linger: ?Could I ever be deceived like this School Library Journal?A well-rounded and thorough look into cults while still remaining entertaining throughout. I look forward to reading more of Parker?s works in the future. Examiner.com

Believe


Believe


$13.61


Believe is an inspirational story of a young homeless girls struggle to find a glimmer of hope in her dreadful existence. Along her soul-searching journey, she encounters many people who each in their own way make an impact on her life. Although I felt violated and weak I had never felt as strong inside as I did at that moment. I guess you never know how much strength you really have until you feel completely helpless. Sometimes when a person is at their lowest, they find the strength to persevere to their highest expectations. That is the inner strength this young, abandoned, homeless girl never thought existed within her soul. Each time the world tried to break her, she found herself growing stronger with every blow. She never expected that hidden in her darkest hours, is where she would find her brightest light. *Author: Dembkoski, Kacey Hajjar *Binding Type: Paperback *Number of Pages: 64 *Publication Date: 2004/02/01 *Language: English *Dimensions: 9.00 x 6.00 x 0.15 inches

Descent


Descent


$5.99


A Breakout NEW YORK TIMES BestsellerA USA Today BestsellerAn Indie National Bestseller?I?ve read many variations on this theme, some quite good, but never one as powerful as Tim Johnston?sDescent. The story unfolds brilliantly, always surprisingly, but the glory ofDescent lies not in its plot but in the quality of the writing. The magic of his prose equals the horror of Johnston?s story; each somehow enhances the other. Read this astonishing novel. It?s the best of both worlds. The Washington PostThe Courtland family has come to Colorado to explore the vast beauty of the Rocky Mountains, a vacation just before their daughter Caitlin leaves for college. But when Caitlin and her younger brother Sean go out for an early morning run, and only Sean returns, the mountains become as terrifying as they are majestic. Caitlin?s disappearance, all the more devastating for its mystery, is the beginning of the family?s harrowing journey down increasingly divergent and solitary paths, until all that continues to bind them together are the questions they can never bring themselves to ask: At what point does a family stop searching? At what point will a girl stop fighting for her life?Descent is a perfectly crafted thriller that races like an avalanche toward its heart-pounding conclusion, and heralds the arrival of a master storyteller. Tim Johnston has written a book that makes Gone Girl seem gimmicky and forced. My heart?s still pounding even now as I?m trying to describe the novel, recalling just about every turn and twist of the action, remembering how engaged I was, and how surprised I felt at just how far Johnston could wander from the main premise and still keep me with him. You?ll want to set this one down so you can take a breath, and pick it up and keep reading-all at the same time. Alan Cheus

Doing Good Is Simple


Doing Good Is Simple


$6.99


What if you could become a powerful force for good in the world without moving overseas, burdening your overwhelmed family, or giving up the comforts of modern life? Chris Marlow, founder of the global advocacy organization Help One Now, once felt paralyzed in the face of global problems. They seemed too numerous, too complicated, too big?and after all, how much can one person really do? But a wake-up call in Zimbabwe and a closer study of Scripture soon showed Chris that maybe Christians are overcomplicating how to do act justly in a broken world. Maybe all God is calling us to do is set up a lemonade stand for a good cause. Doing Good is Simple is your practical guide to world change wherever you are. Through Chris? own journey of an ordinary person seeking God?s good in the world, this book will: Empower you to make a difference where you are Redefine good according to God?s metrics of small, simple things with great loveBring global concepts down to earth for you to find your place in the area where God is calling youDisband the top myths we tell ourselves when it comes to world change and why we aren?t? enough?Free you from your first world guilt complex that drags you down Provide practical, accessible guidelines for getting started today

Eat. Nourish. Glow.


Eat. Nourish. Glow.


$8.03


The #1 international bestseller?now available in an updated American edition. Ditch fad diets forever and achieve lasting weight loss and vibrant health with this simple and proven ten-step plan from the nutritional therapist and celebrity consultant who is taking the world by storm. Plagued by a host of health issues throughout her twenties?including severe fatigue, skin problems, and excess weight?Amelia Freer struggled to make it through her busy day as the personal assistant to the Prince of Wales. When she discovered that what she ate had a major impact on how she felt, she made simple yet radical changes to her diet?no more sugar, dairy, or processed foods?and began feeling better almost immediately. Improving her health inspired her to transform her life: She quit her job, went back to school, and became a nutritionist. In Eat. Nourish. Glow, Amelia shares the simple changes that have helped her, as well as her famous clients such as Sam Smith and Boy George, achieve dramatic results. In ten easy steps, Eat. Nourish. Glow. shows you how to gradually wean yourself off of gluten, sugar, and dairy; quit the snack habit; cut back on caffeine and alcohol; and incorporate nutrient-rich foods into your daily diet. Amelia also offers twenty-five delicious and simple recipes for every meal?including dessert?to ensure that your cravings for delicious foods are more than satisfied. Written in her gentle, friendly, and humorous voice, this essential guide feels like an in-person consultation with Amelia?readers will feel supported, not scolded. With gorgeous color photos and beautiful design throughout, Eat. Nourish. Glow. will inspire you to shift your food habits and get healthy, once and for all.

Find Your Extraordinary


Find Your Extraordinary


$7.99


What if you could, with a little effort, live an extraordinary life? A life in which you felt deep passion for everything you did, and always had time for what matters most? A life in which you had the power, the daring, and the will to make your boldest dreams come true, all while you happily left feelings of inadequacy or guilt behind? Yes, it is possible to take your life from ordinary to extraordinary. The secret? Cultivating the entrepreneurial spirit inside you? the spirit that allows you to embrace your individuality, to look not just at what is but at what could be, to believe in yourself beyond reason and to step up to creating your own definition of happiness and success – a version of success in which work and family life happily co-exist – instead of chasing a cookie-cutter version. Here, Jessica Herrin, serial entrepreneur and founder and CEO of the Stella & Dot Family Brands, shows how the classic traits of successful entrepreneurs are oneseach one of us can develop? and use not only to create a company, but also to create an extraordinary life. Whether we work a corporate job, run a family, or run our own business, Herrin offers realistic, attainable steps each one of us can take to achieve extraordinary success on our own terms. Through candid and inspiring lessons from her life as a successful CEO and working mother of two, as well as stories of many amazing individuals she?s met along the way, Herrin inspires and empowers us to dial up the sound of our own voices and make our authentic dreams a reality. This book isn?t about having it all; it?s about having what matters most to you. It is about how to findyour extraordinary? your extraordinary career, your extraordinary happiness, your extraordinary life.

Going Wild


Going Wild


$6.49


Limitless power. No instruction manual. Charlie Wilde can’t believe she has to move to hot, boring Arizona. Good-bye, deep-dish pizza, her best friend, and everything else she loves about Chicago. Hello, cacti around every corner, parents who spend all their time at their new jobs, and trying to fit in at a new school. It couldn?t get any worse. Then one day Charlie finds a high-tech bracelet that looks just like the ones athletes use. There?s no sign as to where it came from, but she decides to wear it to soccer tryouts, thinking it?ll help give her an edge. And things start to look up when she makes the team and hits it off with Maria, the captain, and Mac, Maria?s best friend. But soon Charlie begins to notice she?s changing. She?s able to run across the field as fast as a cheetah and lift heavy objects as if she were as strong as an elephant?and that?s only the beginning. Charlie would be thrilled about her transformation if she had any idea how the bracelet works, but it didn?t come with instructions. So it?s up to her and her new friends to figure out what?s happening?and if there?s a way to control her incredible powers. Charlie knew moving was going to completely change her life, but she never could have guessed how right she really was. .Charlie closed her eyes and felt her heart pounding, her breath becoming more labored, her stomach churning as she thought about all the strange things that were happening to her. Because they were strange?very strange. She couldn?t brush the incidents off anymore. They weren?t normal. Nothing about her was normal lately.

High Holiday Porn


High Holiday Porn


$4.49


Eytan Bayme went to Jewish day school and Jewish camp. He lived across the street from a synagogue in the Bronx, which he attended weekly, and ate strictly kosher food for most of his childhood. Yet even at the age of six, he wanted to know what the deal was with those Pizza Huts and Burger Kings that he wasn’t allowed into “God wouldn’t put them on earth if He didn’t mean for us to try them,” he thought. Wasn’t that obvious? Also, why can’t he stop thinking about his female classmates in bed, late at night, with his little brother not five feet away; and how come the starting line-up for the 1986 Mets keep creeping into those fantasies? Religious life is difficult enough without the urges of a typical adolescent boy, yet Eytan’s urges develop well before his teens, and they just keep on developing and developing. High Holiday Porn is a heartwarming and hilarious story about learning to become an adult. It chronicles how an anxious boy finally stops masturbating in public, gets the girl, grows up, and begrudgingly makes peace with the unfairness of life and love. It’s a funny, fantasy-laden, usually embarrassing, sometimes raunchy and always outrageous look at coming of age that will resonate with anyone who ever felt awkward growing up.

Housebreaking


Housebreaking


$4.49


In this? heartfelt chamber piece of flawed personalities, calamitous decisions, and unexpected moments of grace? (The New York Times Book Review), two suburban families are hopelessly entangled during an explosive Thanksgiving weekend that changes their lives forever. When Benjamin?s wife kicks him out of their house, he returns to his childhood home in Connecticut to live with his widowed father. Lost, lonely, and doubting everything he felt he knew about marriage and love?even as his eighty-year-old father begins to date again?Benjamin is trying to put his life back together when he recognizes someone down the street: his high school crush, the untouchable Audrey Martin. Audrey has just moved to the neighborhood with her high-powered lawyer husband and their rebellious teenager, Emily. As it turns out, Audrey isn?t so untouchable anymore, and she and Benjamin begin to discover, in each other?s company, answers to many of their own deepest longings. Meanwhile, as the neighborhood is wracked by a mysterious series of robberies, Audrey seems to be hiding a tragic secret, and her husband, Andrew, becomes involved in a dangerous professional game he can never win. And, by the way, who is paying attention to Emily?Powerful, provocative, and psychologically gripping, Housebreaking explores the ways that two families?and four lives?can all too easily veer off track, losing sight of everyone, and everything, they once held dear. Like the best from Tom Perrotta and Rick Moody, ?this compassionate, utterly engrossing novel of suburban dysfunction?makes some trenchant points about how easily people can lose sight of what?s most important? (Booklist).

Island Home


Island Home


$15.47


?I grew up on the world’s largest island. This apparently simple fact is the starting point for Tim Winton’s beautiful, evocative, and sometimes provocative memoir of how this unique landscape has shaped him and his writing. For over thirty years, Winton has written novels in which the natural world is as much a living presence as any character. What is true of his work is also true of his life: from boyhood, his relationship with the world around him?rockpools, seacaves, scrub, and swamp?was as vital as any other connection. Camping in hidden inlets of the south-east, walking in the high rocky desert fringe, diving at Ningaloo Reef, bobbing in the sea between sets, Winton has felt the place seep into him, with its rhythms, its dangers, its strange sustenance, and learned to see landscape as a living process. Island Home is the story of how that relationship with the Australian landscape came to be, and how it has determined his ideas, his writing, and his life. It is also a passionate exhortation for all of us to feel the ground beneath our feet. Much more powerfully than a political idea, or an economy, Australia is a physical entity. Where we are defines who we are, in ways we too often forget to our detriment, and the country’s.Wise, rhapsodic, exalted?Island Home is not just a brilliant, moving insight into the life and art of one of our finest writers, but a compelling investigation into the way our country makes us who we are.
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