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Summary : Based on the Pulitzer Prize novel A death in the family by James Agee.
Summary : Two friends come of age in Indianapolis at the close of the Korean War.
Summary : Now a major motion picture! Ian-s best friend, Lance, has a knack for finding both. Unfortunately Ian-s too nice to get close to either. He-s never kissed a girl-or even had a chance-until he meets the perfect girl online. Now only a 935-mile road trip lies between Ian and something that he-s been thinking about roughly every eleven seconds since puberty hit. There-s also the small problem of the Creature, Ian-s ancient yellow Oldsmobile, and its impending collapse on the side of the road. As if that weren-t enough, Lance and gal pal Felicia crash the ride for what seems to be the sole purpose of taunting Ian. With all these obstacles in the way, will Ian-s drive bring him any closer to what he wants?
Summary : The 82nd Airborne Division parachuted into history on 9 July 1943 when they led Operation Husky, the invasion of Sicily. Less than a year from their formation in August 1942, the All Americans (the name of the division in World War I when Sgt. Alvin York was one its soldiers) found themselves in the thick of the action, something that would become familiar to them for the rest of the war. Heavy combat followed on the Italian mainland. Then came the main event of the war: D-Day!
Summary : November, 1963. An assassin's bullet catapults Lyndon Baines Johnson into the presidency. A Shakespearean figure of towering ambition and appetite, this charismatic, conflicted Texan hurls himself into the passage of the Civil Rights Act—a tinderbox issue emblematic of a divided America—even as he campaigns for re-election in his own right, and the recognition he so desperately wants. In Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award–winning Robert Schenkkan's vivid dramatization of LBJ's first year in office, means versus ends plays out on the precipice of modern America. ALL THE WAY is a searing, enthralling exploration of the morality of power. It's not personal, it's just politics.
Summary : Freedom All The Way Up proposes four intertwined elements that make up the meaning of life—self-worth, purpose, identity, and hope. Materialism (atheism) claim the universe has no meaning, so there is no larger purposeful story into which we can place ourselves—we are left on our own to construct meaning for our lives. Barrigar argues, though, that the universe possess God’s meaning and purpose—to provide the space and conditions by which to bring about the existence of agape-capable beings in agape-loving relationships with God and with others. In effect, the universe is a great ‘freedom system’ designed by God with freedom built in ‘all the way up’, from the Big Bang to the emergence of big brains and free will. Barrigar describes the emergence of this system through his novel agape/probability account of God’s design for the universe, which integrates such disciplines as quantum physics, statistical mechanics, probability theory, evolutionary psychology, neuroscience, and game theory. This system sets up the conditions for a fundamental choice between autonomous freedom, which focuses principally on self, and agapic freedom, which focuses principally on God and on others. Materialism chooses autonomous freedom, but thereby introduces nihilism into each of the elements of meaning. In turns out that nihilism is a much greater problem for Materialism than suffering is for Theism. In contrast, agapic freedom infuses self-worth, purpose, identity, and hope with God’s agape-love, dispelling Materialism’s inherent nihilism. Freedom All The Way Up provides a dramatic new proposal for God and the meaning of life in our scientific and humanist age.
Summary : Running For Her Life. . . As manager of the hot nightclub Skye, Payton Vaughn thinks she's seen it all...until the night she witnesses a cold blooded murder. The cops put Payton into protective custody, but the killers still manage to track her down. Suddenly, Payton finds herself on the run in the middle of the night, clad only in her nightgown, and carjacking a reporter--a very good-looking one at that--just to get a ride out of town... Shouldn't Feel This Good. . . Like every other reporter, Adriano wants in on the Payton Vaughn story in a big way. When the sexy crime witness carjacks his news van, Adriano goes from covering the story to being part of it. His first instinct is to get an exclusive interview, but the instant attraction he feels makes Adriano want to protect Payton, not exploit her. With the killers on their trail, Payton and Adriano can't afford to let things get physical. But life on the run has a funny way of heating things up between two people who have no one to turn to--except each other...
Summary : What would you do if you were recruited to be a spy? Could you do it? Charlie Baxter, a student at a small college in the West Virginia mountains, wasnat alive when Stewart and Elliott began their careers as the most infamous thieves in America. He was barely in elementary school when FBI Agent Mike Brenner began to chase them. However, during his sophomore year, when he is hired by Brenner, he becomes the lynchpin of the struggle between the two forces. Charlieas inner battleabalancing his life and his new identity, keeping his actions a secret from those who are close to himais only the beginning of his turmoil. Charlieas search soon becomes a race against time, working for Brenner to find Elliott while trying to evade Stewartas mysterious correspondent. To find Elliott, Charlie has to control the futureawhile looking all the way into the past.
Summary : Stubborn food critic Miranda Storme has reached her limit with infuriating restaurateur Gavin Luciano. Nicknaming her Red was just the tip of the iceberg—and not because her pulse races every time he uses it. She’d rather poke her eye out with a fork than let him know he affects her. Now he’s trying to charm a good review out of her? Last. Straw. Gavin can have any woman he wants, but he only wants Red. The problem? He’s spent a good amount of time convincing her he’s a horse’s ass. Her words. Risking upsetting the feisty critic further could ruin his family’s business, but sometimes, when you know you’ve met your match, there’s nothing left to do but play dirty and go all the way...
Summary : Daredevil Hunter Hawk-Cole had a restless spirit and a thirst for adventure that had always ruled his life. He hadn't planned to stop for anything or anyoneuntil he came face-to-face with the daughter he had never known about. Liv Slade was a woman who valued home and hearth and familythings Hunter hadn't been able to provide. Now the only man she'd ever loved was back in her life, demanding his daughter. But once he got what he wanted, would this footloose father head out on the road once more? Or would the fiery passion he shared with Liv convince him to stay?
Summary : It seemed as though nothing could stop Jordin Tootoo on the ice. The captain of Canada’s Under-18, a fan favourite on the World Junior squad, and a WHL top prospect who could intimidate both goalies and enforcers, he was always a leader. And when Tootoo was drafted by Nashville in 2000 and made the Predators out of camp in 2003, he became a leader in another way: the first player of Inuk descent to suit up in the NHL. The stress of competition in the world’s top hockey league, the travel, the media, the homesickness—and the added pressure to hold one’s head high as a role model not only for the young people of his hometown of Rankin Inlet but for the culture that had given him the strength and the opportunities to succeed—would have been more than enough to challenge any rookie. But Tootoo faced something far more difficult: the loss of his brother in the year between his draft and his first shift for the Predators. Though he played through it, the tragedy took its inevitable toll. In 2010, Tootoo checked himself into rehab for alcohol addiction. It seemed a promising career had ended too soon. But that’s not the way Tootoo saw it and not the way it would end. As heir to a cultural legacy that included alcohol, despair, and suicide, Tootoo could also draw on a heritage that could help sustain him even thousands of miles away from Nunavut. And in a community haunted by the same hopelessness and substance abuse that so affected Tootoo’s life, it is not just his skill and fearlessness on the ice that have made him a hero, but the courage of his honesty to himself and to the world around him that he needed to rely on others to sustain him through his toughest challenge. All the Way tells the story of someone who has travelled far from home to realize a dream, someone who has known glory and cheering crowds, but also the demons of despair. It is the searing, honest tale of a young man who has risen to every challenge and nearly fallen short in the toughest game of all, while finding a way to draw strength from his community and heritage, and giving back to it as well.
Summary : Derrick entered the door with a big grin. He was wearing a Mickey Mouse pullover shirt that stopped at his knees. His surfer shorts stopped at about his ankles, and he looked even more outlandish with his low-cut blue sneakers and blue and green sweat socks. My first reaction was to send him back to change his clothes. After further thought, I decided to give him a lecture and let him be his individual self. Again, George rapidly hit the door leading the players down the hall with his usual, "Lets do this fella's!" The bus loaded up with Colleen handing me a Hall's cough drop as I sat down. The cheerleader advisor knew I had been losing my voice due to yelling so much. Dave handed me an antacid tablet for later, and Lee's wife jumped on the bus to hand the players carrots. All the rituals had been completed, and the big bus moved out for the 55 mile trip to Pittsburgh. The time that I had always wanted to experience as a kid, was finally at hand. It was a chance to coach at the University of Pittsburgh floor. It was a chance to win a gold medal. The most important thing though, I thought, was for a lot of people to change their attitude's about delinquent kids. I wanted people to know that these kids were not all bad if you gave them a chance, and many would and could succeed. As the bus lurched down Interstate-79, I thought, that no matter what, win or lose----these kids had already succeeded.
Summary : After a terrible accident at CERN, Louie Gage, a 14-year-old boy from the present day, finds himself stranded in another galaxy an unknown distance from Earth. At first, stuck on an apparently deserted planet, just staying alive seems both impossible as well as an all-consuming task, but, through luck and perseverance, he's able to begin his efforts to find his way back home. In his quest, he's both helped and hindered by an unusual assortment of aliens and machines - but finding his home won't be easy in a universe of over two hundred and fifty billion galaxies. And just who is trying to kill him and why? And just how, exactly, do you travel faster than light? ""All the Way Home"" is a full-length sf novel for ages 14 upwards.