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Gypsy from Nowhere
A true classic that withstands time
I have never forgotten this book. I read this book for the first time 30 years ago and have just purchased it again. As a young girl, I can remember reading it over and over again! I can't wait to read it again. A classic novel that every girl will love!
Going Nowhere Faster
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Hilarious, warm, and thoroughly entertaining
What a character! Stan is all at once hilarious, heartbreaking, and a hero. His perspective brings back memories for those of us who are well past the late teen years...that combination of raging insecurity and a mistaken illusion of omniscience; the author captures it very well! In addition, Sean Beaudoin creates a wacky and warm set of family and friends to surround the ill-named Stan Smith; ...
Miles from Nowhere: A Round the World Bicycle Adventure
Miles From Nowhere
I read this book years ago when it first came out. I enjoyed it so much then, that I reordered it and read it again just recently. It is still good the second time around.It breaks my heart that Barbara lost her life shortly after returning to Santa Barbara. How ironic-for all the things they went thru that this should happen here at home in the U.S.This is a cant put down book till it is ...
Going Nowhere Sideways: A Novel
Daniel & Daniel Publishers
FANTASTIC... tender, infuriating and completely human.
Molly takes you on a journey of memories long ago obscured by the hype and break neck pace of the digital age. A time when the country was in turmoil and everyone was trying to find a deeper meaning and context to the chaos. Molly, as our tour guide, is intelligent, sincere and on a personal quest to live a "useful" life. While it takes her 20 years to figure it out, it seems all too brief for ...
Nowhere to Hide
Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense, 2009
I read this book when it first released but am just now getting around to entering reviews. When I read this book, I could totally see why Steeple Hill scooped this author right up, and why her books won so many writing awards pre-published. The suspense was high-action and high-stakes with a perfect amount of romance woven to make the story special. The romance was strong and the suspense ...
On the Edge of Nowhere
Pr N Amer
Couldn't put it down!
A great adventure and very inspiring story of determination. Have read it twice, and will do so again. Well worth the purchase.
Being Nobody, Going Nowhere, Revised: Meditations on the Buddhist Path
Best first book
I used to always recommend Walpola Rahula's "What the Buddha Taught" as the best first read for someone looking to get started with Buddhism but now I think I'd recommend this instead. Rahula's book seems better for those with just an intellectual interest in Buddhism, but this book seems better for those who are ready to start changing their life. An absolute gem.
Amped : Notes from a Go-Nowhere Punk Band
My son loved this book
My son, age 15, needs to read for school and I'm constantly trying to find things that interest him. This book did it, he read it almost non-stop. He's into music and bands and this book kept his interest.
Kids from Nowhere
The Kids from Nowhere
I didn't know what to expect when I bought this book to read, not having had the benefit of someone to reccommend it to me. I can honestly say....it held my ateention to the very end. I strongly recommend it to anyone who teaches students and, as a matter of fact, everyone. An inspiring true story!!
Nowhere to Hide
Joan Hall Hovey
A Chiller for a hot night
Joan Hall Hovey's Nowhere to Hide, is a fast moving suspense thriller, that will keep you up all night to finish it. Ellen Morgan, who is still recovering from the untimely death of her husband, is shattered when her younger sister is brutally murdered. Her pain soon turns to rage when she realizes that this man has killed before and will probably kill again and that the police seem unable to ...
NOWHERE TO RUN : THE STORY OF SOUL MUSIC
Poignant history of Soul Music
This monumental work consists of three parts. Part One: Singing Both Sides, looks at the Gospel and Blues roots of Soul Music, the record companies that first recorded this style, the DJs and the radio stations that played it, and includes interviews with Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Cissy Houston, Ben E. King, Ahmet Ertegun, James Bown and Wilson Pickett. The pioneering work of Ray Charles features ...
Greetings from Nowhere (Frances Foster Books)
Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
An exquisitely told story!
I just finished reading Greetings from Nowhere. What a beautifully crafted story. If I could write, this is the story I would want to tell. The characters are so well-defined that the reader develops a close relationship with each one. I was sad when I reached the end. The story was over much too soon. I can't wait to share this book with my fifth graders. I know that they will feel my ...
Everywhere a Guest, Nowhere at Home: A New Vision of Israel and Palestine
North Atlantic Books
A Powerful Book from a Compassionate Heart
It takes courage for a Jew to write critically of Israel and brave the inevitable backlash from co-religionists. Kim Chernin, a psychotherapist, has dug deeply into her soul and psyche to present her personal view of the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. She strives to present both sides with balance and objectivity, acknowledging the influence of her own history as a Zionist who ...
Nowhere to Run (Indigo Sensuous Love Stories) (Indigo: Sensuous Love Stories)
Gay G. Gunn
I saw this book in the store for the longest time. The cover kind of turned me away from it. One day I read what the book was about and thought that this would be an intresting novel and it was. This book was the bomb, Cassie Lee was such a strong heroin to me she over came many obstacles and let's not mention Solomon what a man. This wasn't your typical romance book.
Out of Nowhere: A history of the Military Sniper (General Military)
Knowing more about sniper
Being involved in shooting, I have always been fascinated by these persons we call Sniper. Out of Nowhere is a very large book, full of photos of famous and other not so famous snipers and their personal histories. This is a great book if you want to know all about Sniper and Riflemen history. This is not a "how to", but a great book about what is Sniping and it evolution through time. I ...
Homesick For Nowhere: The Long Escape
Life and Law Revealed
At one point in my life I seriously considered law as a profession,I never realized until reading this book how some lawyers can manipulate the law in personal devious ways. Hannah Wagner is put through hell in this revealing and riviting tale.If this is Eva Rennert's first bookk-I hope there will be many more.
Greater Nowheres : Wanderings Across the Outback
Anyone with the least bit of wanderlust in them will find this book thoroughly enjoyable. And even those who have never wanted to travel to far distant places also will find this an excellent read. The Outback of Australia is intriguing by itself and the alternating sections written by the authors is a clever way to get separate views of their experiences across to the reader. The history of each ...
Nowhere, TX (Sundown Riders)
Nowhere, Tx Review
NOWHERE, TX - A Ralph Compton novel by David Robbins Genre: Western This was a great book, one of the best stand alone Westerns (i.e. not a series) I've read IMHO. The way it was written was very effective and original, in fact I can't remember a book being written this way before. You had to judge people in the book by their actions, reactions or what they said or didn't say, You never got to ...
Camp Nowhere (Nightmare Room)
R. L. Stine
Turtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media
The book no.9 in the Nightmare Room Series is by far the best I have ever read. It has lots of chills and scares, it is very eerie, freaky and has a great plot and great charachters and great descriptions. It should be a bestseller. And it doesn't matter the age because this book is gonna make you sleep with the lights on for a very long time. Russel, David, Charlotte, Marty and Erin are the most ...
To Nowhere and Back
Margaret J. Anderson
Knopf Books for Young Readers
My gosh! I also read this book as a child and it has stayed with me all these years. I am 36, and I've been looking for this book for years. I thought I had the name wrong, I have also thought maybe I dreamt it! I can't believe this book has astounded so many people, yet remains so elusive! Let's all write the Publisher and get this book back in the public again! Our children should be able ...
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