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More Miracle Than Bird
Title More Miracle Than Bird
Author
Publisher Tin House Books
Release DateJune 2, 2020
Category Literature & Fiction
Total Pages 365 pages
ISBN 1947793764
Book Rating 3.9 out of 5 from 37 reviews
Language EN, ES, BE, DA ,DE , NL and FR
Book Review & Summary:

A New York Times Book Review Summer Reading Selection For fans of Paula McLain’s The Paris Wife and Amor Towles’s Rules of Civility, Alice Miller's sweeping debut novel charts the love story of two of literature’s most fascinating characters: Georgie Hyde-Lees and her husband, W. B. Yeats. On the eve of World War I, twenty-one-year-old Georgie Hyde-Lees—on her own for the first time—is introduced to the acclaimed poet W. B. Yeats at a soirée in London. Although Yeats is famously eccentric and many years her senior, Georgie is drawn to him, and when he extends a cryptic invitation to a secret society, her life is forever changed. A shadow falls over London as zeppelins stalk overhead and bombs bloom against the skyline. Amidst the chaos, Georgie finds purpose tending to injured soldiers in a makeshift hospital, befriending the wounded and heartbroken Lieutenant Pike, who might need more from her than she is able to give. At night, she escapes with Yeats into a darker world, becoming immersed in the Order, a clandestine society where ritual, magic, and the conjuring of spirits is practiced and pursued. As forces—both of this world and the next—pull Yeats and Georgie closer together and then apart, Georgie uncovers a secret that threatens to undo it all. In bright, commanding prose, debut author Alice Miller illuminates the fascinating and unforgettable courtship of Georgie Hyde-Lees and W. B. Yeats. A sweeping tale of faith and love, lost and found and fought for, More Miracle than Bird ingeniously captures the moments—both large and small—on which the fates of whole lives and countries hinge.

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More Miracle Than Bird by Alice Miller

Title More Miracle Than Bird
Author Alice Miller
Publisher Tin House Books
Release Date 2020-06-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 186
ISBN 9781947793866
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For fans of Paula McLain’s The Paris Wife and Amor Towles’s Rules of Civility, Alice Miller's sweeping debut novel charts the love story of two of literature’s most fascinating characters: Georgie Hyde-Lees and her husband, W. B. Yeats. On the eve of World War I, twenty-one-year-old Georgie Hyde-Lees—on her own for the first time—is introduced to the acclaimed poet W. B. Yeats at a soirée in London. Although Yeats is famously eccentric and many years her senior, Georgie is drawn to him, and when he extends a cryptic invitation to a secret society, her life is forever changed. A shadow falls over London as zeppelins stalk overhead and bombs bloom against the skyline. Amidst the chaos, Georgie finds purpose tending to injured soldiers in a makeshift hospital, befriending the wounded and heartbroken Lieutenant Pike, who might need more from her than she is able to give. At night, she escapes with Yeats into a darker world, becoming immersed in the Order, a clandestine society where ritual, magic, and the conjuring of spirits is practiced and pursued. As forces—both of this world and the next—pull Yeats and Georgie closer together and then apart, Georgie uncovers a secret that threatens to undo it all. In bright, commanding prose, debut author Alice Miller illuminates the fascinating and unforgettable courtship of Georgie Hyde-Lees and W. B. Yeats. A sweeping tale of faith and love, lost and found and fought for, More Miracle than Bird ingeniously captures the moments—both large and small—on which the fates of whole lives and countries hinge.

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ISBN 1951142519
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On the eve of World War I, twenty-one-year-old Georgie Hyde-Lees--on her own for the first time--is introduced to the acclaimed poet W. B. Yeats at a soirée in London. Although Yeats is famously eccentric and many years her senior, Georgie is drawn to him, and when he extends a cryptic invitation to a secret society, her life is forever changed. A shadow falls over London as zeppelins stalk overhead and bombs bloom against the skyline. Amidst the chaos, Georgie finds purpose tending to injured soldiers in a makeshift hospital, befriending the wounded and heartbroken Lieutenant Pike, who might need more from her than she is able to give. At night, she escapes with Yeats into a darker world, becoming immersed in the Order, a clandestine society where ritual, magic, and the conjuring of spirits is practiced and pursued. As forces?both of this world and the next?pull Yeats and Georgie closer together and then apart, Georgie uncovers a secret that threatens to undo it all. In bright, commanding prose, debut author Alice Miller illuminates the fascinating and unforgettable courtship of Georgie Hyde-Lees and W. B. Yeats. A sweeping tale of faith and love, lost and found and fought for, More Miracle than Bird ingeniously captures the moments?both large and small?on which the fates of whole lives and countries hinge.

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More Than A Bird by Liz Huntley

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Scared, abused and taken to the limit of a person's capacity to endure tragedy, Elizabeth "Liz" Huntley reveals the perils of a childhood that would lead most to a broken life or premature death. Liz, now a successful attorney at a prestigious southern law firm, recounts her journey from unimaginable darkness to radiance thanks to the early intervention of teachers, a pastor and caring people, strategically placed in her life by God. Decidedly unembellished, inherently poignant, More Than a Bird gives a glimpse of horror yet leaves only hope. Through her life story, Liz proves that on the wings of God, there is no height she cannot reach.

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Feathers are an evolutionary marvel: aerodynamic, insulating, beguiling. They date back more than 100 million years. Yet their story has never been fully told. In Feathers, biologist Thor Hanson details a sweeping natural history, as feathers have been used to fly, protect, attract, and adorn through time and place. Applying the research of paleontologists, ornithologists, biologists, engineers, and even art historians, Hanson asks: What are feathers? How did they evolve? What do they mean to us? Engineers call feathers the most efficient insulating material ever discovered, and they are at the root of biology's most enduring debate. They silence the flight of owls and keep penguins dry below the ice. They have decorated queens, jesters, and priests. And they have inked documents from the Constitution to the novels of Jane Austen. Feathers is a captivating and beautiful exploration of this most enchanting object.

Nowhere Nearer by Alice Miller

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Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 2018-11-01
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ISBN 9781786946058
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Is nowhere a place we can get closer to? In her compelling second collection, Alice Miller tackles the circularity of thought, the company of the dead, and the lure of alternative futures. These poems rip into pockets of histories, trying to change facts and voices, searching for the word's version of music's home key. They dare you to visit, through a series of cities, the futures we never let happen.

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A fascinating investigation into the miraculous world of birds and the powerful—and surprising—ways they enrich our lives and sustain the planet Our relationship to birds is different from our relationship to any other wild creatures. They are everywhere and we love to watch them, listen to them, keep them as pets, wear their feathers, even converse with them. Birds, Jim Robbins posits, are our most vital connection to nature. They compel us to look to the skies, literally and metaphorically; draw us out into nature to seek their beauty; and let us experience vicariously what it is like to be weightless. Birds have helped us in many of our endeavors: learning to fly, providing clothing and food, and helping us better understand the human brain and body. And they even have much to teach us about being human. A natural storyteller, Robbins illuminates how qualities unique to birds make them invaluable to humankind—from the Australian brush turkey, which helped scientists discover how dinosaurs first flew, to the eagles in Washington D.C. that rehabilitated the troubled teenagers placed in charge of their care. From the “good luck” ravens in England to the superb lyrebird, whose song is so sophisticated it can mimic koalas, crying babies and chainsaws, Robbins shows our close relationship with birds, the ways in which they are imperiled and how we must fight to save them for the sake of both the planet and humankind. ‘In this deeply felt and well-supported argument for avians’ value to humankind, science writer Robbins (The Man Who Planted Trees) hits the full trifecta for engrossing and satisfying nature writing. He displays a personal involvement with and ‘soul-stirring wonder’ about his subject, a fondness for the sometimes-obsessed researchers who dive deeply into specifics of anatomy and behavior, and a smooth and engaging writing style through which he conveys a huge amount of factual information while keeping his narrative flowing ... The world ‘is fantastically rich and alive with meaning,’ Robbins reminds readers, offering correctives to ‘our inability to sense it’ as well as pointers on where to look.’ —Publishers Weekly (starred review) ‘Using enchanting stories and rich historical references, Jim Robbins explores the role of birds on the evolution of human self-awareness.’ —Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. ‘A must-read, conveying much necessary information in easily accessible form and awakening one’s consciousness to what might otherwise be taken for granted ... The Wonder of Birds reads like the story of a kid let loose in a candy store and given free rein to sample. That is one of its strengths: the convert’s view gives wide appeal to those who might never have known birds well.’ —Bernd Heinrich, Wall Street Journal ‘Engaging, thoughtful ... this work is worthy of a place alongside David Attenborough’s documentary The Life of Birds or Graeme Gibson’s The Bedside Book of Birds ... Of wide-ranging significance, this offering will appeal to naturalists, anthropologists, linguists, and even philosophers as well as to lay readers.’ —Library Journal ‘Fittingly for a work about birds and what they can teach us, The Wonder of Birds soars beyond its putative subject into realms once regarded as mystical.’ —Fiona Capp, The Sydney Morning Herald

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WINNER OF THE EDGAR AWARD FOR BEST FIRST NOVEL The “gripping... page-turner” (Time) hitting all the best of summer reading lists, Miracle Creek is perfect for book clubs and fans of Liane Moriarty and Celeste Ng How far will you go to protect your family? Will you keep their secrets? Ignore their lies? In a small town in Virginia, a group of people know each other because they’re part of a special treatment center, a hyperbaric chamber that may cure a range of conditions from infertility to autism. But then the chamber explodes, two people die, and it’s clear the explosion wasn’t an accident. A powerful showdown unfolds as the story moves across characters who are all maybe keeping secrets, hiding betrayals. Chapter by chapter, we shift alliances and gather evidence: Was it the careless mother of a patient? Was it the owners, hoping to cash in on a big insurance payment and send their daughter to college? Could it have been a protester, trying to prove the treatment isn’t safe? “A stunning debut about parents, children and the unwavering hope of a better life, even when all hope seems lost" (Washington Post), Miracle Creek uncovers the worst prejudice and best intentions, tense rivalries and the challenges of parenting a child with special needs. It’s “a quick-paced murder mystery that plumbs the power and perils of community” (O Magazine) as it carefully pieces together the tense atmosphere of a courtroom drama and the complexities of life as an immigrant family. Drawing on the author’s own experiences as a Korean-American, former trial lawyer, and mother of a “miracle submarine” patient, this is a novel steeped in suspense and igniting discussion. Recommended by Erin Morgenstern, Jean Kwok, Jennifer Weiner, Scott Turow, Laura Lippman, and more-- Miracle Creek is a brave, moving debut from an unforgettable new voice.

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ISBN 9780595380091
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It is November, the year 2254, and a nuclear holocaust has just been released on the Earth. The phrase 'mutually assured destruction' becomes a grim reality and all life on the planet is extinguished. However, there are survivors There are colonies within the solar system and in nearby star systems. In orbit on board the Colony Vessel Nelson Mandela, Matt Logan and his hard bitten squad of Deep Space Marine Corps veterans view the destruction of their home planet. The colony ship is manned only by a crew of inexperienced youngsters, the senior personnel spending a last night on Earth before embarking on the longest journey so far undertaken by Man. The vessel also contains a 'cargo' of 5,000 colonists, bound for the distant planet Eden, where they were due to set up a third colony. Hell Beyond Eden tells the story of Matt Logan and his struggle to preserve this precious remnant of human life that he is sworn to protect. As the home planet of humanity is destroyed beneath him, he launches the Nelson on its voyage to Eden, only to find that there are forms of hell other than that typified by the inferno below.

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A Lit Hub Most Anticipated Book of 2020 International-award-winning author Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi’s novel is a sweeping and powerful portrait of a young girl and her family: who they are, what history has taken from them, and—most importantly—how they find their way back to each other. In her twelfth year, Kirabo, a young Ugandan girl, confronts a piercing question that has haunted her childhood: who is my mother? Kirabo has been raised by women in the small village of Nattetta—her grandmother, her best friend, and her many aunts, but the absence of her mother follows her like a shadow. Complicating these feelings of abandonment, as Kirabo comes of age she feels the emergence of a mysterious second self, a headstrong and confusing force inside her at odds with her sweet and obedient nature. Seeking answers, Kirabo begins spending afternoons with Nsuuta, a local witch, trading stories and learning not only about this force inside her, but about the woman who birthed her, who she learns is alive but not ready to meet. Nsuuta also explains that Kirabo has a streak of the “first woman”—an independent, original state that has been all but lost to women. Kirabo’s journey to reconcile her rebellious origins, alongside her desire to reconnect with her mother and to honor her family’s expectations, is rich in the folklore of Uganda and an arresting exploration of what it means to be a modern girl in a world that seems determined to silence women. Makumbi’s unforgettable novel is a sweeping testament to the true and lasting connections between history, tradition, family, friends, and the promise of a different future.

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ISBN 9780525533665
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On a lush mountaintop trapped in time, two women vow to protect each other at all costs-and one young girl must defy her father to survive. An hour from the closest West Virginia mining town, fifteen-year-old Wren Bird lives in a cloistered mountain cabin with her parents. They have no car, no mailbox, and no visitors-except for her mother's lifelong best friend. Every Sunday, Wren's father delivers winding sermons in an abandoned gas station, where he takes up serpents and praises the Lord for his blighted white eye, proof of his divinity and key to the hold he has over the community, over Wren and her mother. But over the course of one summer, a miracle performed by Wren's father quickly turns to tragedy. As the order of her world begins to shatter, Wren must uncover the truth of her father's mysterious legend and her mother's harrowing history and complex bond with her best friend. And with that newfound knowledge, Wren can imagine a different future for herself than she has been told to expect. Rich with epic love and epic loss, and diving deep into a world that is often forgotten but still part of America, Shiner reveals the hidden story behind two generations' worth of Appalachian heartbreak and resolve. Amy Jo Burns brings us a smoldering, taut debut novel about modern female myth-making in a land of men-and one young girl who must ultimately open her eyes.

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Author Alice Miller
Publisher Basic Books
Release Date 2007-03-21
Category Psychology
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9780465004621
Language English, Spanish, and French
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More than twenty years ago, a little-known Swiss psychoanalyst wrote a book that changed the way many people viewed themselves and their world. In simple but powerful prose, the deeply moving Drama of the Gifted Child showed how parents unconsciously form and deform the emotional lives of their children. Alice Miller's stories about the roots of suffering in childhood resonated with readers, and her book soon became a backlist best seller.In The Truth Will Set You Free Miller returns to the intensely personal tone and themes of her best-loved work. Only by embracing the truth of our past histories can any of us hope to be free of pain in the present, she argues. Miller uses vivid true stories to reveal the perils of early-childhood mistreatment and the dangers of mindless obedience to parental will. Drawing on the latest research on brain development, she shows how spanking and humiliation produce dangerous levels of denial, which leads in turn to emotional blindness and to mental barriers that cut off awareness and the ability to learn new ways of acting. If this cycle repeats itself, the grown child will perpetrate the same abuse on later generations--a message vitally important, especially given the increasing popularity of programs like Tough Love and of "child disciplinarians" like James Dobson. The Truth Will Set You Free will provoke and inform all readers who want to know Alice Miller's latest thinking on this important subject.

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Title Nature
Author Tom Story
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date 2017-04-03
Category
Total Pages 30
ISBN 1545138265
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The great battle between good and evil is played out by the beautiful and magic Nature and the terrible Darkness. Who will win the battle to rule all? A spellbinding tale about the oldest conflict in time.

Title The Miracle That Is Your Life
Author Wendy L Darling
Publisher Crescendo Publishing LLC
Release Date 2014-11-06
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Total Pages 216
ISBN 0990997448
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Each and every one of us was born to live a miraculous life. And never before has it been easier to tap into the magic and miracles life has to offer. The Miracle That Is Your Life will take you on a journey of exploration and discovery, offering you simple ways for you to adjust, finally being able to experience the life you have only been able to dream of. Maybe you've been working hard, but your bank account does not reflect your efforts. Maybe you have gone through a break-up and wondering what may be next for you. Or possibly you've been taking care of so many other people and other responsibilities, that you are concerned about your health. Whatever your circumstances, this book is going to help you gain your clarity and position you to take your next steps. If there has been a feeling in your gut, a pull in your heart, and the very fact you are reading this description, allow Wendy Darling to show you the way. Not only is there something more for you to experience, you can finally get on the path of living a most special and miraculous life. Start turning those dreams and desires into reality....right now!

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Title Miracle in a Mill
Author Paul Henczel
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2016-07-27
Category
Total Pages 178
ISBN 1535177403
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Paul Henczel was crushed alive! This is a true story about how Paul was crushed by 12,000 pounds of wood in a horrific workplace accident. He was rescued after a period of unconsciousness and was rushed to the hospital with multiple severe injuries and organs that were failing. Paul miraculously survived certain death to achieve what most would say was impossible. Learn the strategies he gained from fighting through the challenges of his situation, and reaching for better outcomes than expected. Miracle in a Mill offers a glimpse into Paul's story and multiple disabilities. It will inspire and empower others with overcoming adversity, accomplishing the impossible, and embarking on astounding adventures, while also encouraging those recovering from serious injuries. This experience changed Paul's life in many ways, and it will transform yours as well.

The Birds And The Bees by Mark Crawford

Title The Birds and the Bees
Author Mark Crawford
Publisher Scirocco Drama
Release Date 2017-10
Category Drama
Total Pages 96
ISBN 1927922364
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This weekend may be the last-ever Turkey Days, but for these four characters, that isjust the beginning! Sarah, a turkey farmer, has just left her husband and moved back home to live with her mom Gail. Gail's a beekeeper and she has other things to worry about--like why her honeybees are dropping dead. Then there's Earl: Gail's neighbour, farm tenant, and the ex-husband of Gail's ex-husband's new wife. In these past twenty years, he's been keeping himself mighty busy with the ladies, but Gail's never really got back on that horse...so to speak. And finally, there's Ben: an athletic 23-year-old Masters student, here to study the declining bee populations. Secretly still a virgin, he's about to get a big lesson in pollination... Set in two adjoining bedrooms on a modern Canadian farm, the play tackles sex, love, science, family, and the artificial insemination of turkeys. The Birds and the Bees is a laugh-out-loud comedy with a huge, honeyed heart.

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Title Paralyzed Without Fear
Author Jacqueline Dunkle
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019-10-04
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Total Pages 217
ISBN 1696256682
Language English, Spanish, and French
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SECOND EDITION Once in a great while, life gives us a fairytale. Not that anyone wishes to be paralyzed in a motorcycle accident at age twenty-five, but tragedy set the stage for triumph and the making of a fairytale, in this case, a real life fairytale. When the harsh reality of paralysis turns the dream of having a family together into a nightmare, Erik and Jennifer had to face their deepest fears and live courageously; because sometimes fairytales are just stories of risk and perseverance. This sequel to Gratitude and Grit - A Mother's Healing Journey, written by Erik's mother continues the story of her son's unprecedented, unbelievable sage from paralysis to parenthood.

Bird Days by Natalie Buske Thomas

Title Bird Days
Author Natalie Buske Thomas
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date 2017-09-14
Category
Total Pages 42
ISBN 1976080568
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Beautiful oil paintings illustrate this cute and lovely story about Bello the bluebird. Don't forget to watch Natalie paint this special art via her online videos! Watch and read about Bello, the bird with a wild imagination. This creative little bird daydreams wonderful adventures, until his friend Herbert the hummingbird leads him to a real adventure. Along the way, they meet a beautiful dove, goldfinches, and cardinals. Bello sees so much more in his imagination, such as a dolphin, worms, and a butterfly angel. Watch the author paint the illustrations by viewing fun short videos when you've finished reading the story. Featured in the book is an oil painting of the famous iconic fountain in Forsyth Park, Savannah, Georgia. Also featured is "Girl Reading in the Butterfly Garden", a work that was part of a fourteen month traveling exhibit. An unusual, interactive, and peaceful book; Bird Days is a special gift for kids from 1-99.

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