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Sunday, September 9, 2012

Fifth Batch of Sunday Free Books 9-9-2012

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Waffles Chronicles: The Hamster that Lives in my Closet by Annie Suther




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Category: Children's

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An adorable children's book written and illustrated specifically for the Kindle, The Hamster that Lives in my Closet is a wonderful story about a girl and her pet hamster named Waffles. Waffles has to hide in the closet in order to avoid his owner's parents, but what does he really do all day? Find out in The Hamster that Lives in my Closet!

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Zephyr by Andrew Cooke




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Drama
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Zephyr Estrada was a normal little girl born into a loving Latino family - whose patriarch is the leader of a feared criminal organization. When his eldest son, Pedro, brutally murders his own father and usurps the throne, young Zephyr and her mother were forced to flee the country. Seventeen years later, Zephyr cast aside her youthful innocence and emerged from exile a cold, soulless woman. Believing herself to be the true heir of her father's empire, she exacts hellish vengeance on those responsible for his untimely demise. Sometimes, punishment is worse than death.
 
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The Swimmer by David Haynes




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November 2011 - The battered body of a swimmer is dragged out of the stormy Atlantic Ocean onto a small rocky cove in West Cornwall, no-one is able to provide clues to his identity, except for one man and he’s trying his hardest to turn his back on the human race.

October 1919 - Thirty one men lose their lives in a horrific accident in an exposed Cornish tin mine.

How are the two incidents linked?
Local journlist May Jones and writer, turned hermit Joseph George form an unlikely partnership and attempt to find out.

The story uses the powerful scenery of the West Cornish coast as it’s backdrop and mixes those images with the grim, iconic remains of the Cornish tin mining industry.


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Fragments of the Human Heart by Susan Blanshard




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Literary
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Susan Blanshard inhabits the sensual universe as confortably and as elegantly as if it were a second skin. Her writing is alive with life and the possibilities of surfaces and what lies underneath them. - --M.G Stephens

Blanshard does for poetry what Paul Klee did for painting, showing how to get the surest sense of artistic form into the smallest fragments of poetic feeling. Dreamlike and intensely atmospheric, at times autobiographical, these poems reflect Blanshard's powerful imagery of visceral pain and tenderness. In them we find,loss, loneliness, love, the passage of time.

Fragments of the Human Heart constructs through skillfully realized poetry, and powerful imagery, one woman's passion, and emotions. Blanshard has written a beautiful evocation of memory which pulsates with fullness and loss.


As the author's painting on the front cover of Fragments of the Human Heart reveals, a woman standing on the full moon, whose silver pigment is oxidized over time. Love and sex, death and loss, these poems are jewels, a window into universal circumstances, a crystal whose facets reflect an entire life, with exile glinting at the edge.

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