In 1886 in Alabama, an eleven-year-old African American girl and her family befriend and give refuge to a runaway Apache boy.
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This diary of a runaway girl and her search for a home celebrates hope, resilience, and happy endings. Holly's run away before, but this time she actually gets away—and what felt like an escape at first soon becomes a daily struggle for survival. She is smart and resourceful, and she manages to make it across the country on her own. But how long can this go on? It's getting harder to avoid the truth—Holly is now homeless. Runaway is a remarkably uplifting portrait of a girl still young and stubborn and naive enough to believe there's a better place for her in the world. From the Hardcover edition.
There’s no doubt that every mother would like to think that she has been the perfect mother, providing tender love and care and going to dance recitals, brownie meetings, and endless cheering events. But how should a mother feel when she must face life with a daughter who is a defiant, drug abusing, chronic teenage runaway? Run Away with My Heart shares the emotional journey that author Suzette Carluccio took to get her daughter the help she needed in order to turn her life around. This memoir presents the perspective of a mother whose daughter, Brie, has been a chronic runaway for more than three years. Carluccio only learned how deadly Brie’s drug and alcohol abuse really was when Brie was picked up by the police and taken to a psychiatric ward. From there, through nature’s healing power, Carluccio learned to let go of the strong bond she has with her daughter. After spending forty-nine days in the wilderness and ten months in a therapeutic boarding school, Brie finally began to take hold of her life and stopped running away from her inner demons. Run Away with My Heart is a story of rebuilding and renewal, demonstrating what happened when trust found its way back into Brie’s family.
Born a slave, Onesimus was educated to serve Master Mamun, a physician, in the ‘art of healing’ for the Master’s vast household and to help with his practice. Master Mamun died when Onesimus was nineteen, and he was separated from his beloved mother and sold to Philemon, a wealthy stranger from Colosse. Onesimus served Master Philemon as a physician for his many servants and animals, but vowed to someday find his mother. One day Onesimus was riding Pharaoh, Philemon’s favorite Arabian stallion, and came upon a wagon caravan traveling to Ephesus. He saw, and instantly fell in love with Martha, the most beautiful girl he had ever seen, and made another vow, “I will someday find and marry Martha.” Stealing Pharaoh and a sack of gold from Master Philemon, Onesimus became a run-away slave, and...well, here’s the rest of his compelling story.
After the citizens of the jungle have worked so hard to save themselves from a terrible drought naughty bunny decides to be mean and deceitful, only to learn it the hard way when the other citizens run him out of town. He finds himself having to run away for the rest of his life even if no one is in pursuit. Living in fear is the price of being dishonest.
A tragic night forces Kisha to runaway from home, her first stop is her best friend Tori's house where she uncovers a horrible secret that Tori has been keeping. Her stay at Tori's is short and she is again forced to runaway. Kisha makes covenant house, a group home for runaways her home and is introduced to Sharon. Kisha and Sharon form a friendship that include Lenore and Nadia. The girls' bond is a dangerous one as they walk the streets looking for victims to rob. As the girls reach their eighteenth birthday it is time to leave covenant house and go out on their own. Chase, a local drug dealer who becomes a friend and later the love of Kisha's life makes her an offer she can't refuse and her life changes. As Kisha starts to make a new life for herself her past comes back to haunt her and everything begins to unravel.
From the #1 bestselling author and creator of hit Netflix series THE STRANGER "Run Away confirms one of the world’s finest thriller writers is at the very top of his game." PETER JAMES "Coben never, ever lets you down - but this one is really special." LEE CHILD ______________________ YOUR DAUGHTER IS MISSING. YOU'LL RISK ANYTHING TO FIND HER. And then you see her, frightened and clearly in trouble. You approach her, beg her to come home. SHE RUNS. You follow her into a dark, dangerous world where no-one is safe and murder is commonplace. NOW IT'S YOUR LIFE ON THE LINE... ______________________ "The modern master of the hook and twist" DAN BROWN "A twisty thriller that’ll keep you up way past any sensible lights out time" HEAT "Wonderful ... yet another winner" RICHARD OSMAN "The king of twisty thrillers returns. This is worth turning off your phone for!" CLOSER "[Coben's] writing and storytelling are firing on all cylinders and the seemingly straightforward tale takes a sharp turn when it's least expected" DAILY MAIL "Run Away is Harlan Coben at the height of his narrative mastery... as a thriller it's a narcotic... unmissable." SHOTS MAGAZINE "The award-winning Coben once again gets his hook into you and twists to keep you snared." RTE GUIDE "Few of Harlan Coben’s thrillers are anything less than gripping, but every now and again he writes one that exceeds his own high standards. Run Away is one." THE TIMES ONLINE "A twisty, disturbing and poignant thriller" WOMAN
This collection of essays and reviews represents the most significant and comprehensive writing on Shakespeare's A Comedy of Errors. Miola's edited work also features a comprehensive critical history, coupled with a full bibliography and photographs of major productions of the play from around the world. In the collection, there are five previously unpublished essays. The topics covered in these new essays are women in the play, the play's debt to contemporary theater, its critical and performance histories in Germany and Japan, the metrical variety of the play, and the distinctly modern perspective on the play as containing dark and disturbing elements. To compliment these new essays, the collection features significant scholarship and commentary on The Comedy of Errors that is published in obscure and difficulty accessible journals, newspapers, and other sources. This collection brings together these essays for the first time.
Presents details about plantation life before the Civil War when slaves frequently rebelled against their masters and escaped