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After leaving their German village during World War II, fifteen-year-old Gisel and her younger brothers are separated from their mother and grandmother and trapped in a train station during the firebombing of Dresden.
Living and working in the dark takes a certain kind of people, the people that sleep all day, the ones who are happy to miss the sunrise, the sunsets and you're happy to pass them in the street under the lamp posts, in the shadows, and outside the shop windows while you are walking along without even a second glance but should you be so blase? Maybe you should give them a second thought after all.
Examines the lives of ten extraordinary people who overcame great adversity in their personal or professional lives by applying winning strategies that guided them out of the darkness of near-defeat and into the light of success.
For ten thousand years, the Wolfriders fought and died under the Two moons...till Cutter, Blood of Ten Chiefs, set them on the road to freedom. Come ride again with the elves and their Wolfkin, with some of the finest writers in fantasy as we enter Dark Hours. Lynn Abbey Alice Cascorbi Esther M. friesner Katherine Eliska Kimbriel Mercedes Lackey Diana L. Paxson William Rotlser Nancy Springer Len Wien Allan L. Wold
Cameron Ferris, fresh from Oregon, lands a job-a regrettably boring job-as a file clerk in a big city warehouse. Although she finds little excitement in keeping the accounts straight, the job enables her to leave her snail's pace past behind for the promise of adventure in the city of adventure: San Francisco. What she finds is surprisingly scary and off kilter. Returning to her apartment one afternoon, she discovers a strange man occupying her flat. All her things are gone-her clothes, her furniture. The man claims to be the rightful occupant, and the landlady backs him up. All evidence of her existence has been wiped clean. The encounter is absolutely unnerving, but rather than wilt and slink back to Oregon, she shows some real backbone and stands up to the wall of illusion. Once that wall crumbles, she finds herself embroiled in an even greater mystery that ends in a mad hunt for baby-snatchers. Only her spunk can save the baby. Introduction to the novel by Maria Brandt.
We prepare for it each evening, and spend half our lives in its embrace, yet night retains its mysteries. In ACQUAINTED WITH THE NIGHT, author and poet Christopher Dewdney takes readers on a fascinating journey through the nocturnal realm. Twelve chapters correspond to the twelve hours of an 'ideal' night, starting at 6pm and ending at 6am, and serve as points of departure for night's central themes; from sunsets, nocturnal animals, bedtime stories, festivals of the night, fireworks, nightclubs, astronomy, sleep and dreams, to the graveyard shift, ladies of the night, the art of night, and endless nights. With boundless curiosity, a lyrical, intimate tone, and an eye for night-time beauties both natural and manmade, Dewdney paints a captivating portrait of the hours of darkness.

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