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Boots To Bliss

Author : Claude Tranchant
ISBN : 0646585878
Genre : Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages
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Follow the incredible journey and transformation of a 64 years old woman who walked nearly 2500 kilometres alone for 100 days through France and Spain along The Way of Saint James. You will discover the towns, the villages and countryside she went through and the unbelievable encounters she had with people. You will learn about her inner thoughts, her self-discovery, her internal growth and how she was empowered. This is a story of immense courage and resilience To find more about Claude's book go to: http: //

Follow Your Bliss

Author : Donald Hodder
ISBN : 9781525507694
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Dr. Donald Hodder has woven tales of joy and sorrow, humour and fulfillment into this compelling memoir. He practised family medicine for over forty-five years, all of it in his native Newfoundland. During his career, he kept many notebooks detailing his experiences. These became the foundation for this book. In studied prose and lilting verse, with integrity and compassion, he interlaces autobiographical material with social commentary on people and happenings in his life. He witnessed a broad spectrum of human conditions: the mundane, the miraculous, the physical, the psychological, and the social. He feels immensely honoured to have shared in the most intimate aspects of daily life with thousands of patients for so long. He is, at times, absolutely serious, skillfully witty, and hilariously funny. You are invited to sit at his table of memories and be entertained, enlightened, and enriched. Enjoy!


Author : O. Z. Livaneli
ISBN : 9781466859180
Genre : Fiction
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Meryem, a fifteen-year-old girl, lives in a rural village on the shores of Lake Van in Eastern Turkey. Her simple life changes dramatically after her uncle, a sheikh in a dervish order, rapes her. She is considered an outcast for shaming her family. When she is locked in a shed and left alone for days, she comes to the painful realization that her family expects her to hang herself with a length of rope left on the dirt floor. But she is defiant. As tradition still has it, a judgment must be made in the name of honor. She is told she is to be taken to Istanbul, a shining city she envisions being just over the nearest mountain. Many girls from her village have "gone to Istanbul," and she assumes it must be a wonderful place since not one has returned. In fact, those girls have been the victims of "honor-killings." Cemal, Meryem's cousin, a commando in the army, has been fighting in the mountains against the rebels. On his return home, he is welcomed as a hero though he has been severely traumatized by his war experiences. His father, who had violated Meryem, charges Cemal with the task of executing his cousin's punishment. As he and Mereym begin their journey, they proceed through the marketplace where the townspeople have gathered, some weeping and others mocking her. In Istanbul, a Harvard-educated professor named Irfan lives an elite existence. He has published many books, hosts a radio show, and seems to enjoy success and jet-set freedom. He revolts against the routine of his soulless life, deciding to leave his wealthy wife and Istanbul. He charters a boat to sail the Aegean . By coincidence, his path crosses with that of Meryem and Cemal. They embark on a journey together that fills their hearts with hope and sets them free. Already an international bestseller, this lyrical and moving tale juxtaposes the traditional and modern and draws attention to human rights violations against women in the Middle East.

From Aden To Bliss

Author : Winston Forde
ISBN : 9781456832186
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"As a precursor, on 27 February 1963, he wrote to his then girlfriend these words that have proved her lasting, and favourite quote: [Dear Gloria neigh Patience, How time flies! “These days one needs to muster all the vigilance possible to keep abreast of the ever escaping minutes and days”. When I promised to write to you over the phone on Monday, I really meant to get down and do it that evening, but one thing led to another, and here am I now on Wednesday still trying to do it!] Later that year, they were to have a serious row that threw them apart for the next two years until he decided to renew contact by writing the enclosed amazing letter on 3rd December 1965. The rest is History!"

To Dream Of The Dead

Author : Phil Rickman
ISBN : 9781849169509
Genre : Fiction
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A rainy night in the cathedral city of Hereford. A grisly murder is linked by DI Francis Bliss with the campaign to preserve an ancient ritual site. And then Bliss is sidelined by his boss. What's going on? In the village of Ledwardine, Merrily Watkins stands between an extreme fundamentalist Christian and an atheist writer known as 'The Devil's Spin Doctor'. Tensions are rising... and so is the river. Soon Ledwardine will be isolated by floods, cut off with a killer inside - a new kind of killer for a cold new age.

Road To Bliss

Author : Joan Clark
ISBN : 9780307372284
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Set against the vividly described Prairies in the heart of a cloistered religious sect, this is a gripping novel from a beloved Canadian author. Fifteen-year-old Jim Hobbs, alienated from life in Toronto, hitchhikes to the Prairies on a whim, where he finds shelter in an abandoned farmhouse. There, he encounters his neighbours, members of Majestic Farm, a group that abides by an old-fashioned, ultra-conservative set of rules enforced by their ruthless pastor. When Miriam, one of the pastor’s daughters, secretly befriends Jim, they must hide their blossoming love for one another — or face terrifying consequences. In helping Miriam to escape her religious imprisonment on the farm, Jim must risk everything. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Total Bliss

Author : Dumisani Hlatshwayo
ISBN : 9781329202207
Genre : Fiction
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Total Bliss is a remarkable collection of 7 short stories by Dumie Mhayise . The book presents a creative work that paints a vivid picture about human nature . Included in this anthology are two riveting short stories he first wrote in Zulu before translating them to English (Second encounter and The vultures).

Alice Bliss

Author : Laura Harrington
ISBN : 9781447204046
Genre : Fiction
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A Richard and Judy Book Club selection. ‘This story of friendship, love, grief and growing up will yank on the heartstrings. And then some’ Look Alice Bliss is fifteen. She’s smart, funny, and clever. Not afraid to stand up for the things she believes in. She also idolizes her father, and when he leaves home to fight a war she doesn’t believe in, Alice is distraught. She and her mother negotiate his absence as best they can – waiting impatiently for his letters, throwing themselves into school and work respectively, bickering intermittently and, in Alice’s case, falling for the boy next door – but then they’re told that he’s missing in action and have to face up to the fact that he may never return. Alice Bliss by Laura Harrington is a moving story of family, love and how those left behind carry on.

Back Roads To Bliss Saskatchewan Saga Book 6

Author : Ruth Glover
ISBN : 9781441239372
Genre : Fiction
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All good things must come to an end, and Ruth Glover's irresistible fiction series will be wrapped up in Backroads to Bliss. This final portion of romance, humor, and historical storytelling will charm fans of the series, which details the adventures of Saskatchewan's unflagging settlers. In Backroads to Bliss, Glover once again infuses her characters with the exhilaration, pride, and grit that typified those who settled Canada's untamed bush country. She begins in England with Allison Middleton, a spoiled daughter of the aristocracy. When Allison makes the grave error of embarrassing her snooty father, she is banished to the far reaches of the Empire: the wilds of Canada. Allison's long trek from pampered society girl to penniless immigrant is as moving as it is entertaining. With warmth and spirit, Glover shows how anyone who asks for redemption can find it in God's waiting arms.

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