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Sara S Song

Author : Fern Michaels
ISBN : 9781420123050
Genre : Fiction
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New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels is back with a beautiful, bittersweet tale of two lonely people who find heart-healing love, only to be torn from each other's arms. For everyone who loved Dear Emily, here is another poignant Fern Michaels novels to savor--a story of love, grief, passion, renewal--and incredible second chances. A brilliant career and loving friends weren't enough to heal Dr. Sara Killian's aching heart. For brief, magical moment, world famous rock star Dallas Lord was part of her life. Then he was suddenly and tragically taken away. But before he disappeared, Dallas gave Sara a priceless gift--a beautiful love song written just for her. It's a legacy that will take Sara places she'd never dreamed of--into intrigue, betrayal and deadly danger. And, when she meets Adam Lord, Dallas's older brother, she will find herself torn--between Adam, the most attractive and complicated man she'd ever known, and Dallas, the man her heart won't let her forget. . .

Sounds Like Me

Author : Sara Bareilles
ISBN : 9781476727783
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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With refreshing candor, Sounds Like Me reveals Sara Bareilles, the artist—and the woman—on songwriting, soul searching, and what’s discovered along the way. Sara Bareilles shares the joys and the struggles that come with creating great work, all while staying true to yourself. Imbued with humor and marked by Sara’s confessional writing style, this collection tells the inside story behind some of her most popular songs. Most recently known for her chart-topper “Brave,” Sara first broke through in 2007 with her multi-platinum single “Love Song.” She has released five albums that have sold 2.5 million copies and spawned several hits. More than a privileged view inside the experience of a remarkable musical talent—this is a moving tribute to the universal search for growth, healing, and self-acceptance.

Sara S Song

Author : Rachel Norton
ISBN : 1478701684
Genre : Fiction
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What is the cost of friendship in time of war? Louisa, a gawky teen with a difficult home life in the midst of a gathering storm of war meets a vivacious and precocious child with tragedy of her own. Sara meets life with curiosity and freedom, Louisa with distrust and apprehension. Their growing friendship unfolds with a backdrop of increased uncertainty.

Song Of Scarabaeus

Author : Sara Creasy
ISBN : 9780061991363
Genre : Fiction
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“A powerful debut….Gripping characterization, non-stop action, fascinating biological speculation, and a dash of romance. Don’t miss it!” —Linnea Sinclair Remember the name: Sara Creasy. With Song of Scarabaeus she takes her place alongside Ann Aguirre and Linnea Sinclair, staking her claim as one of the most exciting new writers currently rocketing across the science fiction universe. Seamlessly blending action, romance, intrigue, technology, and a tough, complex, and unforgettable heroine in the vein of Elizabeth Moon, Creasy boldly goes where few have traveled before. No wonder author Vonda N. McIntyre declares that “Sara Creasy is a new writer to watch, and Song of Scarabaeus is a novel to read and enjoy.”

Sara S Song

Author : Fern Michaels
ISBN : 9781420123050
Genre : Fiction
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New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels is back with a beautiful, bittersweet tale of two lonely people who find heart-healing love, only to be torn from each other's arms. For everyone who loved Dear Emily, here is another poignant Fern Michaels novels to savor--a story of love, grief, passion, renewal--and incredible second chances. A brilliant career and loving friends weren't enough to heal Dr. Sara Killian's aching heart. For brief, magical moment, world famous rock star Dallas Lord was part of her life. Then he was suddenly and tragically taken away. But before he disappeared, Dallas gave Sara a priceless gift--a beautiful love song written just for her. It's a legacy that will take Sara places she'd never dreamed of--into intrigue, betrayal and deadly danger. And, when she meets Adam Lord, Dallas's older brother, she will find herself torn--between Adam, the most attractive and complicated man she'd ever known, and Dallas, the man her heart won't let her forget. . .

Dragon S Song

Author : Sara Stern
ISBN : 9780595345922
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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"She was different now, far different than the girl who had left the battlements of Domar with nothing more than a dream and emptiness where a dragon should be." Selah of Domar always felt a special connection to dragons. Since a young age, the great beasts provided her the security and solace that her family could not. Selah wrestles for something more, but she doesn't know which direction to take. When a recruiting dragonrider offers her a place oftraining at Dragonhold, the fortress of the dragonriders, sheeagerly accepts. As the lone female apprentice at Dragonhold, Selah faces resistance from her peers. It is during the Choosing, a ceremony where newborn dragons select their caretakers, that Selah learns her true heritage. A terrible accident interrupts the ritual, leaving Selah at the mercy of the dragon god, Stormhunter. The secret he reveals forces Selah to come toterms with what she truly is, but the truth will change her forever-and attract the attention of those who wish the end of the dragonriders.

I Hear The Reaper S Song

Author : Sara Stambaugh
ISBN : 9781680992427
Genre : Fiction
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Set in a small Mennonite community in Pennsylvania in 1896, this novel depicts the reaction of the "plain people" to various modern encroachments. Publishers Weekly called it, "A beautifully told lesson for the contemporary reader in how any community adapts to a changing world." Portrays tragedy and crisis in a small Pennsylvania community in 1896 from the point of view of a 15-year-old Mennonite boy in the whirlpool of his first encounter with death. In the spring of 1896, Silas Hershey was 15. He worked hard six days a week alongside his family in their corn and tobacco fields. On Sundays he gossiped with his cousin Sam, eyeing the girls from a corner of the Paradise Mennonite Church yard, and several evenings a week he drove his sister Barbie and cousin Biney to "special meetings" at nearby churches. Then there were the troubled romances of both Barbie and older brother Hen. But social and political change was flooding the country, and in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, the ripples lapped up over the church steps and into the pulpits. The special evening meetings which to Silas and Sam were little more than out-of-the-ordinary social occasions in fact signalled a radical change in Mennonite belief and tradition. All promoted by the "Western preachers," as Silas called them. Events come to a climax one summer Saturday night when Barbie and her young man, Enos Barge, are coming home from a party and a train hits their buggy at a dangerous crossing. The Western preachers capitalize on the incident; neither Barbie nor Enos had yet joined church, and the revivalists point to them as examples of what can happen to those who are not "saved." People convert in flocks. And the Hersheys, to whom Barbie was their light and joy, are left stunned by grief, struggling to keep a shattered family from disintegrating. Sara Stambaugh tells the story with both sympathy and candor. She also succeeds remarkably well in capturing the point of view, language, and feelings of an adolescent Mennonite boy, caught in the whirlpool of a first encounter with death. Her images evoke a time and place so clearly that the reader can almost smell the arbutus and feel the crackle of ice underfoot. Skyhorse Publishing, as well as our Arcade, Yucca, and Good Books imprints, are proud to publish a broad range of books for readers interested in fiction—novels, novellas, political and medical thrillers, comedy, satire, historical fiction, romance, erotic and love stories, mystery, classic literature, folklore and mythology, literary classics including Shakespeare, Dumas, Wilde, Cather, and much more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

Song And Silence

Author : Sara Leila Margaret Davis
ISBN : 9780231135276
Genre : History
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Al-Jazeera and other satellite television stations have transformed Arab politics over the last decade. By shattering state control over information and giving a platform to long-stifled voices, these new Arab media have challenged the status quo by encouraging open debate about Iraq, Palestine, Islamism, Arab identity, and other vital political and social issues. These public arguments have redefined what it means to be Arab and reshaped the realm of political possibility. As Marc Lynch shows, the days of monolithic Arab opinion are over. How Arab governments and the United States engage this newly confident and influential public sphere will profoundly shape the future of the Arab world. Marc Lynch draws on interviews conducted in the Middle East and analyses of Arab satellite television programs, op-ed pages, and public opinion polls to examine the nature, evolution, and influence of the new Arab public sphere. Lynch, who pays close attention to what is actually being said and talked about in the Arab world, takes the contentious issue of Iraq-which has divided Arabs like no other issue-to show how the media revolutionized the formation and expression of public opinion. He presents detailed discussions of Arab arguments about sanctions and the 2003 British and American invasion and occupation of Iraq. While Arabs strongly disagreed about Saddam's regime, they increasingly saw the effects of sanctions as a potent symbol of the suffering of all Arabs. Anger and despair over these sanctions shaped Arab views of America, their governments, and themselves. Lynch also suggests how the United States can develop and improve its engagement with the Arab public sphere. He argues that the United States should move beyond treating the Arab public sphere as either an enemy to be defeated or an object to be manipulated via public relations. Instead of wasting vast sums of money on a satellite television station nobody watches, the United States should enter the public sphere as it really exists.

Dharma S Daughters

Author : Sara S. Mitter
ISBN : 0813516781
Genre : History
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"Mitter sees not only the grim aspects of the social construction of gender, but also the strength, courage, and spirit of Indian women. . . . Will command a wide readership among those interested in contemporary social and political issues."--Veena Talwar Oldenburg, Bernard Baruch College, CUNY "A product of years of observation by a non-Indian woman of the lot of women in urban India. It portrays the complex life of Indian women who are circumscribed by a sense of duty and self-sacrifice."--Little India "A fascinating book, rich in contemporary material, Hindu myth and culture, and analysis of the pressures on the women's movement toward 'accommodation or resistance.'"--The Radcliffe Quarterly "A formidable achievement. . . . Mitter spans almost the entire spectrum of the 'woman's question' providing both information and insight into the complex patterns that determine the image, self-image, and status of women in contemporary India."--Manini Chatterjee, The Hindu (India) Combining vivid description with thoughtful analysis, Sara Mitter reveals the condititions that shape women's lives in a traditional, patriarchal society. Mitter introduces us to diverse women who live and work in Bombay, from construction crew laborers and illiterate domestic workers who live in shanties, to well-educated, middle-class women. She also confronts the question of gender in Indian society, as she examines the influence of the Goddess mythology and the persistence of such normative models as Sita of the Ramayana in contemporary daily life. In a final section, Mitter tells of the increasing moblilization and resistance of Indian women since the 1970s. She looks at the nature of the conflicts and choices facing Indian women today, and the potential consequences for the India of tomorrow. Sara S. Mitter is an American writer based in Paris. Married to an Indian physicist, she has made many visits to India and has lived there for periods of her life.

Sara Bareilles What S Inside Songs From Waitress Songbook

Author : Sara Bareilles
ISBN : 9781495070129
Genre : Music
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(Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook). Bareilles' 2015 release features a dozen songs from the Broadway adaptation of Adrienne Shelly's 2007 indie comedy-drama Waitress . Our folio features piano/vocal/guitar arrangements of all the songs: Bad Idea * Door Number Three * Everything Changes * Lulu's Pie Song * Never Ever Getting Rid of Me * Opening Up * She Used to Be Mine * When He Sees Me * and more.

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