The Moon Knows it all

The Moon Knows it all

Author: Dhoon Shah

Publisher: TUV Production

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

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Is love actually blind? Why Ronit wasn’t able to understand Raima’s real intensions? Why he wasn’t able to trust his own brother Animesh? Why Raima didn’t want to share Ronit’s love with his own brother? If Ronit trusted Animesh, would he be able to save Raima’s life being destroyed? Whatever Raima’s sister Anshika did after knowing Raima’s truth, was that right? Is talking about our mental health issue still a sign of weakness? Or we just don’t want to accept it? Or are we scared to accept it? Moon knows all the answers of these questions and all the answers are in this book called, “The Moon Knows It All.”

Know-It-All

Know-It-All

Author: Igloo Books

Publisher:

ISBN: 1845619986

Category: Children's encyclopedias and dictionaries

Page: 148

View: 988

"The ultimate guide to absolutely everything and more with over 1,000 facts! Do you know what the first ever motorcycle ran on? Do you know how many times you blink every minute? Do you know who invented the first coat hanger? Do you know which bird lays the largest eggs? How many amazing facts do you know the answers to? Know It All! Know Everything! is packed with them -- awesome, astonishing, mind-boggling bits of information that will make you say 'I didn't know that!', and will make your friends say, 'Wow!' Open this book anywhere and you'll find answers to questions you never even knew you had, and the pictures to go with them. How many facts will you know the answers to? Lots"--Page 4 of cover

Once in a New Moon

Once in a New Moon

Author: Nancy Warren

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781525506772

Category: Fiction

Page: 597

View: 919

In this story, two significant events in Canadian history intersect: the Rollout of the Avro Arrow on October 4, 1957, and the ongoing land claims of the First Nations Mississauga. Lois Michelsen is almost fourteen when she is uprooted from her childhood home in small-town Ontario and moved to Centrewood, a brand-new, model satellite community located on the outskirts of Toronto. Her father views it as his ‘ideal city’, since its plan is based on concentric circles instead of a grid plan, which Lois prefers. Only the adjacent abandoned farm with its fallow pastureland, resurgent wildlife, winding stream and quiet woods offers her solace through the long, hot and lonely summer. There she befriends a newly hatched painted turtle, discovers a red salamander and finds herself protected by a bald-headed eagle. Concerned about Lois facing a new school alone, her mother foists on her a 'new little friend' from the neighbourhood: a little hussy named Mitsy whose ‘cat’s eyes’, sharp tongue and lewd behaviour wreak havoc. Unlike normal dreams, Lois is susceptible to 'waking visions', when real time is suspended in dual planes of reality. Her father is lead aeronautical engineer for the Avro Arrow. When she attends the Rollout in Malton, her sensibilities open her up to the ‘waking vision’ of an Indian chief standing on the tarmac next to the Arrow.

Set in Authority

Set in Authority

Author: Sara Jeannette Duncan

Publisher: Broadview Press

ISBN: 9781460404119

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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In 1906, two years after the appearance of her best-known novel, The Imperialist, Duncan published its darker twin, an Anglo-Indian novel which returns to political themes but with a deeper and more clinical irony than in her previous work. Set in Authority is about illusions: the imperial illusions of those who rule and are ruled; the illusions of families about their members; the illusions of men and women about each other. The setting moves between the political drawing rooms of London and the English station at Pilaghur in the province of Ghoom, where the murder of a native by an English soldier changes the lives of a cast of ruthlessly observed characters. Duncan, who grew up in Ontario, led a remarkably varied life, working as a political correspondent (writing for the Washington Post, the Toronto Globe and the Montreal Star) and living in India for over twenty years. She is increasingly being regarded as deserving of a place among the first rank of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century novelists; the re-publication of Set in Authority will do nothing to dispel that view.

Black Moon

Black Moon

Author: Robert Frazier

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc

ISBN: 9781640824737

Category: Fiction

Page: 198

View: 606

For untold millennia, a spiritual being has roamed the face of the earth: seldom revealing its face, but rather inhabiting the bodies of those responsible for some of the most diabolical acts known to man. Its sole purpose is the annihilation of mankind through the obliteration of one of the most preeminent bloodlines in history. The novel, Black Moon, describes the experiences of a homicide detective whose life is impacted by a string of brutal and inexplicable murde

Night of the Black Moon

Night of the Black Moon

Author: Emory Powell

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing

ISBN: 9781628574289

Category: Fiction

Page: 266

View: 404

Embittered by disparaging “raghead” put-downs while a student at Harvard University, brilliant scholar Mohammed Hassan returns to Iran, leaving behind in America his wife, Germaine Phillips, and their son, Ali. Renaming himself Timur-Osman, he sets out to consolidate power throughout the Moslem world. Years later, Ali goes to Iran to visit his father. Assistant Secretary of State James Parrish is tasked to find ways to influence Timur-Osman, Iran’s new leader. With growing instability across the world, James seeks out Mohammed’s ex-wife, Germaine, to influence the men in her family. Military and political figures appear throughout this story of survival. The situation deteriorates to an explosive climax in the exciting Night of the Black Moon: Can a Man in Iran Conquer the World?