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Synopsis : Cabin Lessons Reflections written by Janet L. Furst, published by Balboa Press which was released on 2020-12-14. Download Cabin Lessons Reflections Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. After I reread Cabin Lessons, which is ongoing, you will be the first to read it. My father told me not to write more “smut.” He did not like Everyday Truth. I'm much more honest in Cabin Lessons about all parts of my life. -- In Reflections, the second book of the Cabin Lessons series, Grace returns to her childhood home to live with her parents and prepare for her divorce. While there, she reaches for her son, Justin, with calls and letters. Through writing, Grace expresses her sadness about being separated from Justin and her fears of starting life anew after years of marriage, and finds a way to trust in the light that promises peace.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-12-14 - Publisher: Balboa Press
In Reflections, the second book of the Cabin Lessons series, Grace returns to her childhood home to live with her parents and prepare for her divorce. While there, she reaches for her son, Justin, with calls and letters. Through writing, Grace expresses her sadness about being separated from Justin and her fears of starting life anew after years of marriage, and finds a way to trust in the light that promises peace.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-12-14 - Publisher: Balboa Press
The first book in the Cabin Lessons series, A River, continues the story of Grace after she leaves her house and husband. She comes to a cabin by a river where she stays for a while, before sojourning to other places. Each turn in the road is a lesson. In her narration, Grace often reminisces about her old life as a way of coming to terms with the new.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004-05 - Publisher: Dundurn
Eleven-year-old Sophie LaGrange's enthusiasm at spending the summer of 1950 at Camp Latona on Gambier Island is dampened by being paired with a disagreeable girl from a refugee camp in France and having to hide her "Star Girl" comics.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-03-18 - Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Mumbai is an ever-evolving city, bustling and brimming, never sleeping for a wink. But the past four decades brought upheavals of great magnitude that shaped the city as we know today. Marred by communal riots, gang wars and terrorism, the spirit of Mumbai has emerged indomitable every single time. Born and raised in the lanes of Bombay 3, this is the story of Jagan Kumar who dreams of being a television journalist and changing the world. But once he achieves this, he realises that television journalism has lost its path, now afflicted with sensationalism, corruption and bias. As a crime reporter, he comes across various unscrupulous means that law enforcement agencies adopt to combat organised crime syndicates. He is shocked to witness interdepartmental rivalry that often jeopardises public security. Disenchanted, in conflict with his conscience and confused about his calling, he is about to quit when something happens that changes the course of his life. Bombay 3 begins from the bylanes of old Bombay of the seventies and then takes you to Mosul in ISIS's Iraq of 2014 and finally to the streets of Bangkok where the underworld of Mumbai has spread its tentacles. A fast-paced thriller, it answers certain questions about life in Mumbai and raises a few new ones.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-09-11 - Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
The book highlights facets of people's experiences since the 19th century with Atlantic space and the design of their stay on board ships. The contributions range from the perspective of pleasure-seeking tourists, who used ships as a temporary, luxurious homes to the perspective of military personnel, who perceived the Atlantic Passage as a transition between homeland security and potentially dangerous professional operations - the risks of sea voyages even on technically sophisticated ocean liners, whose interiors and services often include grand hotels in the metropolises of the late 19th and 20th century, were discreetly ignored by the passengers. The charm of the Atlantic and the ship, unthinkable in earlier times, should not be decimated in any way.