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The Beauty of June
Jaime Lozada, 2006

The Beauty of June is an engaging novel that takes the reader on an emotional roller coaster ride full of secrets and lies. June is a troubled teenager with a horrifying secret. She religiously writes in her journal, if only so she can keep up with her memories. As the years pass, she realizes the one thing that changed her life forever has been forgotten. June's world is filled with a driving force to remember a truth and face her demons. ...


Joy Unspeakable
D Martyn Lloyd Jones

Kingsway International Publications Ltd, 1995


Unspeakable ShaXXXspeares, Revised Edition: Queer Theory and American Kiddie Culture
Richard Burt

Palgrave Macmillan, 1999

Unspeakable ShaXXXspeares is a savvy look at the wide range of adaptations, spin-offs, and citations of Shakespeare's plays in 1990s popular culture. What does it say about our culture when Shakespearean references turn up in television episodes of The Brady Bunch and Gilligan's Island , films such as In and Out and My Own Private Idaho , and hardcore porn adaptations of Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet ? Burt reads the reception of these ...


The Hypochondriac's Pocket Guide to Horrible Diseases You Probably Already Have
Dennis DiClaudio

Bloomsbury USA, 2005

The good news: you won't stop laughing. The bad news: Every word is true. Profiling fifty of the most disgusting, painful, life-threatening and otherwise icky diseases, this remarkable book is the perfect treat for the closet temperature-taker, speed-dialing doctor stalker, or tissue-wielding virus-phobe in all of us. Each disease is fully documented, including a checklist of symptoms, an overview, treatment, prognosis, and--for the rare cases ...


Gandhi and the Unspeakable: His Final Experiment with Truth

Orbis, 2012

The bestselling author of JFK and the Unspeakable shines new light on the death of Mohandas Gandhi.


Speakable and Unspeakable in Quantum Mechanics

Cambridge University Press, 2004

John Bell, FRS was one of the leading expositors and interpreters of modern quantum theory. He is particularly famous for his discovery of the crucial difference between the predictions of conventional quantum mechanics and the implications of local causality, a concept insisted on by Einstein. John Bell's work played a major role in the development of our current understanding of the profound nature of quantum concepts and of the fundamental ...


The General Theory of Information: Origin of Truth and Hope (Volume 1)
Dr. Christian Bach, Dr. Salvatore Belardo

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012

The purpose of this book is to articulate a general theory of information, and to define its two key concepts: nonlocal information and nonlocality. The scientific validity of the theory is derived from the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) experiment, and the fact that time equals zero at the speed of light. An analysis of information processes in the EPR-experiment reveals properties that serve as the basis of a novel nonlocal mindset. A nonlocal ...


Unspeakable Mutilations: Circumcised Men Speak Out
Lindsay R Watson

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014

Circumcision of male infants and boys is a cultural practice that persists within some African, Pacific, Southern Asian and Middle Eastern cultures, and, as a medicalized ritual, in some Anglophone societies, especially the United States. Advocates describe circumcision as a benign snip with religious significance and health benefits. Critics argue that the health benefits are trivial, irrelevant or non-existent, and that parental power over a ...


Unspeakable Truths and Happy Endings: Human Cruelty and the New Trauma Therapy
Rebecca Coffey

Sidran Press, 2005

With the electrifying tales of 15 survivors of catastrophic human cruelty at its narrative core, Unspeakable Truths and Happy Endings: Human Cruelty and the New Trauma Therapy journalistically explores the affects of survivors' stories on compassionate listeners. The result is the first real thinking person's guide to a topic of enormous emotional charge to the friends, family, and therapists of survivors of street crime, racial violence, ...


Unspeakable Truths: Is Transforming Transportation a Key to Solving America's Economic Crisis?

Hudson Institute, 2009

The financial meltdown of 2008 has saddled us with an economic crisis that's changed our world in some drastic and significant ways since Professor Giglio's three previous books on transportation were published beginning in 2005. In this new book, Professor Giglio argues that our thinking about transforming transportation in America must evolve to reflect these changes. To help us understand why, his book begins by reviewing how the current ...


Cemetery Planet: The Complete Series
J. Joseph Wright

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013

A new Sci-Fi Paranormal Romance Thriller from the Amazon bestselling J. Joseph Wright Horror Collection . Cemetery Planet: The Complete Series - All four parts in one atmospheric and claustrophobic collection! "I loved it! I loved the suspense , I loved the atmosphere, I loved the originality of the idea! I want sequels!!!" -- Claire B It's eight hundred years in the future , a time when the Earth had become so ...


The Gift of Sam: A Story of Unspeakable Grace
Michelle Thooft

Sword and Trowel Press, 2003

A beautiful story of one woman's crisis pregnancy, the adoption of her son, and God giving strength and direction to a woman and her child. The beauty and hope the Creator weaves through these two small lives is a compelling story of unspeakable grace.


Sophia's Story: A story of the unspeakable horror of child abuse

Gill & Macmillan, 2004

In 1995, Sophia McColgan's father was sentenced to prison for the serial rape and abuse of his children over many years. He had first raped Sophia when she was only six. It had taken immense courage on the part of Sophia and her family to bring the murky, hidden world of family child abuse to the public gaze. Then, in 1998, Susan McKay published "Sophia's Story", one of the most acclaimed Irish books of modern times. Now re-issued with a new ...


Diary of a Madman
Mark Yoshimoto Nemcoff

Glenneyre Press LLC, 2011

"Dear Diary, Today I slit the throat of a man named Carl Bishop..." What do you do when you can't stop yourself from killing those who you believe are the scum of society? When the inside information you're receiving about your targets is coming from a mysterious source seemingly inside of law enforcement? But more importantly, how do you know if you've gone insane? DIARY OF A MADMAN is a suspense-filled, splatterpunk symphony of violence and ...


The Unspeakable

Wings ePress, 2013

“I spent four months, one week and two days in a clandestine prison referred to as The Water Cave. Every day I stared hell in the face, and each day I wanted to die. I don’t want to share too much too quickly. To understand fully, you must join hands with me; fasten your heart to mine, and course through my book. Stumble over the incomprehensible human rights journey with me. I’ve pondered it to the brink of questionable sanity…and ...


The Doctor and the Damned
Albert Haas

St Martins Pr, 1984

This one gives more insight, details and information from the doctors personal experience as a Jew masking as a Christian. To quote from other reviewers " a vivid and extraordinary document...this vital record of the best and worst in human nature is distressing and painful, yet also thrilling, challenging, and humbling. It is a book that everyone should read." Dr. Howard Rusk.


The Unspeakable
Denise Brown

University of Delaware Press, 2006

On March 6, 1998, a disgruntled employee went on a rampage at the Connecticut Lottery Corporation, killing four executives before turning the gun on himself. The tragedy made headlines and topped newscasts across the country for weeks. In "The Unspeakable", Denise Brown, who lost her husband in the shootings, gives voice to the deeper part of the story left untold by the tabloids.


When Blood and Bones Cry Out: Journeys through the Soundscape of Healing and Reconciliation
John Paul Lederach, Angela Jill Lederach

Oxford University Press, 2011

Around the world communities that have suffered the trauma of unspeakable violence--in Liberia, Somalia, West Africa, Columbia, and elsewhere--are struggling to recover and reconcile, searching for ways not just to survive but to heal. In When Blood and Bones Cry Out , John Paul Lederach, a pioneer of peace-building, and his daughter, Angela Jill Lederach, show how communities can recover and reconnect through the power of making music, ...


Scottsboro Boy
Haywood Patterson, Earl Conrad

ACLS Humanities E-Book, 2008


Unspeakable Things
Heather McBride

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012

A portion of the proceeds from every copy of Unspeakable Things sold will go directly to One Spirit. To benefit the Lakota Indian youth of Pine Ridge Indian reservation, in South Dakota. To learn more about One Spirit please visit-Native The ONE Spirit Mission is to assist the Lakota people in preserving and revitalizing the Lakota culture, language, and self-sufficiency while meeting the basic needs of Lakota families, children, ...



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