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Home Tears

Author : Tijan
ISBN : 1540622053
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Dani's survived a lot of sh*t storms. Her mother died. Her two sisters loathed her. One aunt hated her. The other was strangely distant, but the worst storm-being dumped by her childhood best friend/high school boyfriend/first love for her younger sister. There went the one person who was hers and with that, the main reason she stuck around. So, she left for ten years. But now she's back, and nothing's the same. With help from Jonah Bannon, a reformed-kind of-bad boy she remembers from high school, Dani uncovers family secrets that have spanned generations. And along with those, she's about to face the biggest sh*t storm of her life. Only this time, she may not survive.

Reduced To Tears The Weary Walk Home

Author : Tyler Speer
ISBN : 9781463417802
Genre : Poetry
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A book of poems I have wrote though life. Most are a dark type of writing.

Trail Of Tears

Author : Marlene Brill
ISBN : 1450204082
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A thorough account of the history of the Cherokee Nation's conflicts with white colonizers over its tribal land and the U.S. government's removal of the people from their ancestral home in 1838 and their forced migration west to Oklahoma. This book presents the tragic story of Andrew Jackson's betrayal of the Cherokee Nation that had adopted white ways. The story opens with the Cherokee beginning their trek west and details events leading to the loss of their homeland.

Patient In Affliction

Author : Debbye Butler
ISBN : 145200286X
Genre : Reference
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Sometime in our lives, most of us will help an aging, frail, or chronically or terminally ill person do the most basic, personal tasks of daily living. We need to be empowered with knowledge, strength, courage and compassion in order to be the best possible in-home family caregiver. Enter Patient in Affliction, something like a S.W.A.T. team on paper. This handbook drills down to the heart of the matter: Practical tips to help with the day-to-day activities and cope with roller-coaster emotions, both for the family caregiver (to preserve his or her strength and sanity) and the patient (to preserve his or her dignity). Patient in Affliction is a unique, informative tool for family caregivers. As you read the pages, you'll be enlightened, encouraged, entertained and equipped. You'll feel like you're in the same room with the author, sharing a box of tissue or perhaps a cup of coffee as you navigate your family-caregiver role. You'll laugh and you'll cry as you read anecdotes from the author, who infuses her storytelling with light humor about a very serious topic. By the time you read the last sentence, you will realize that whatever you go through, whatever emotions you experience, you are not the first or only person to feel what you are feeling. You are absolutely not alone. Somebody understands. Patient in Affliction is also encouragement for the encourager. Perhaps you are a friend of someone serving as family caregiver. This book raises your understanding about what a family caregiver goes through, and why your support is essential. Patient in Affliction is a great springboard to use as you extend your hand of compassion to a family caregiver.

From Russia With Tears

Author : Peter Frank Bargen
ISBN : 0969604408
Genre : Mennonites
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The House Of Blood And Tears

Author : Lenore Eidse
ISBN : 9781512764765
Genre : Fiction
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“She gazed at the majestic stone building from a distance; with the sun reflecting in the tall gabled windows, it was lovely enough to be a little palace. But appearance is deceiving; inside it was a chamber of evil.” In 1939, Hitler’s invasion of Holland crashed like a thunderbolt upon the unsuspecting Dutch people. The dreaded word “Occupation” ruled their existence, but this family of three chose to defend the Motherland. Hillie worked as a double agent; shy, twelve year old Anje was a courier, and Jan became a collaborator. Secrets and lies, the concealment of Jews, Allied pilots in hiding, all were considered acts of treason which could condemn them in this notorious “House of Blood and Tears.” The consequence of their involvement was costly in Hitler’s Holocaust. A vivid history of World War II in the Netherlands, this is an amazing account of great courage and daring, with a surprise conclusion.

House Of Tears

Author : John Hughes
ISBN : 1592287999
Genre : History
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An Explorers Club Book Several decades before Saddam Hussein, Osama bin Laden, and Islamic insurgents, an international crisis ignited between the United States and the Middle East. In May 1904 Moroccan warlord Mulai Ahmed er Raisuli kidnapped Ion Perdicaris, a wealthy Greek-American resident of Tangier, in an attempt to extort money from the Sultan of Morocco. President Theodore Roosevelt responded with his "big stick" approach to diplomacy by dispatching a squadron of seven battleships to the Moroccan coast with the order: "Perdicaris alive or Raisuli dead." The nine-week standoff, with U.S. troops and ships in Tangier Bay and Raisuli holding fort in the mountains, exposed the impotence of emerging American power and a critical misunderstanding about Moroccan politics. When it was discovered that Perdicaris was not an American citizen after all, the U.S. government kept the embarrassing episode a secret until 1933. Profiting royally from the conflict, Raisuli built his palace, which he called the "House of Tears." In this page-turning blend of travel narrative and compelling adventure, John Hughes includes this and other tales, mostly firsthand accounts, of Westerners who traveled to Islamic lands during the eighteenth to twentieth centuries, from the Sahara Desert all the way to the mountains of Afghanistan. Englishman Thomas Pellow describes his rise from slave to a homicidal sultan--a man whose trophies of war were human ears hacked from the heads of his enemies--to commander of the Moroccan army in the eighteenth century. Walter B. Harris, a London Times correspondent and professional adventurer, risks his life in 1886 by entering the holy city of Chefchouaen, Morocco, in disguise. John Reed arrives in Constantinople in 1916 just as the Ottoman Empire teeters on the brink of collapse. Lowell Thomas''s account of his controversial relationship with T. E. Lawrence ("Lawrence of Arabia") explains the man behind the myth. Freya Stark, who worked for British Intelligence in Yemen, Egypt, and Iraq during World War II, astutely notes the simmering hostility of the Iraqis toward the British. "I wonder," she wrote in 1930, "if there is one Iraqi who really wants us." House of Tears is a treasury of the most exciting and revealing narratives ever published about the Islamic world from the last several decades. Not only is this a fine compendium of true adventure stories, but it is also a collection that celebrates the fine nuances of cultural encounters, in times of peace as well as conflict.

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