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Beyond The Sea by Paul Lynch

Title Beyond the Sea
Author Paul Lynch
Publisher Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Release Date 2020-03-10
Category Fiction
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9780374721145
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Beyond the Sea is frightening but beautiful." --M John Harrison, The Guardian The haunting story of two men stranded at sea pushing against their physical and mental limits to stay alive Based partly on true events, Paul Lynch’s haunting and sublime novel Beyond the Sea tells the story of two South American fishermen, Bolivar and Hector, who go to sea before a catastrophic storm. Needing cash, Bolivar convinces his boss to let him fish despite the weather. His fishing partner is nowhere to be found, so he brings Hector, a sullen and inexperienced teenager. The storm arrives, and though the two men survive, they’ve been blown hundreds of miles out in the Pacific Ocean with little hope for rescue. Coming to terms with their new reality, they are forced to accept their separation from the modern world, their sudden and inescapable intimacy, and the possibilities and limits of faith, hope, and survival. As the days go by, they grapple with the mistakes of their pasts, the severity of their present, and the uncertainty of their future. And though Bolivar and Hector fight to maintain their will to live, nothing in the barren seascape or in their minds promises that they will make it. Ambitious and profoundly moving, Beyond the Sea explores what it means to be a man, a friend, and a sinner in a fallen world. With evocative prose, Lynch crafts a suspenseful drama that refuses sentimentality or easy answers. Instead, Beyond the Sea is a hard-won and intimate rendering of the extremities of human life, both physical and mental.

Beyond The Sea by Felan Parker

Title Beyond the Sea
Author Felan Parker
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2018-11-09
Category Games & Activities
Total Pages 464
ISBN 9780773554986
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A collection of innovative essays on the iconic, dystopian video game series and its lasting influence.

Land Beyond The Sea by Kevin Major

Title Land Beyond the Sea
Author Kevin Major
Publisher Breakwater Books
Release Date 2019-05-10
Category Fiction
Total Pages 272
ISBN 1550817523
Language English, Spanish, and French
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**CANADA BOOK AWARD WINNER** In the small hours of October 14, 1942, a German U-boat sank the passenger ferry SS Caribou in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Of the 237 people on board, 136 perished, including 49 civilians. In Land Beyond the Sea, bestselling author Kevin Major reimagines the events of that fateful night from the perspectives of both those aboard the doomed vessel and the German U-boat commander who gave the order. With his characteristically sharp, evocative prose style, Major delivers an epic work of historical fiction, detailing a life-and-death conflict in the icy waters of the North Atlantic. Land Beyond the Sea is a powerful and empathetic testament to the acts of destruction and the acts of heroism carried out in the name of home.

The Land Beyond The Sea by Sharon Kay Penman

Title The Land Beyond the Sea
Author Sharon Kay Penman
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2020-03-03
Category Fiction
Total Pages 688
ISBN 9781101621752
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the critically acclaimed New York Times bestselling author Sharon Kay Penman comes the story of the reign of King Baldwin IV and the Kingdom of Jerusalem's defense against Saladin's famous army. The Kingdom of Jerusalem, also known as Outremer, is the land far beyond the sea. Baptized in blood when the men of the First Crusade captured Jerusalem from the Saracens in the early twelfth century, the kingdom defined an utterly new world, a land of blazing heat and a medley of cultures, a place where enemies were neighbors and neighbors became enemies. At the helm of this growing kingdom sits young Baldwin IV, an intelligent and courageous boy committed to the welfare and protection of his people. But despite Baldwin's dedication to his land, he is afflicted with leprosy at an early age and the threats against his power and his health nearly outweigh the risk of battle. As political deception scours the halls of the royal court, the Muslim army--led by the first sultan of Egypt and Syria, Saladin--is never far from the kingdom's doorstep, and there are only a handful Baldwin can trust, including the archbishop William of Tyre and Lord Balian d'Ibelin, a charismatic leader who has been one of the few able to maintain the peace. Filled with drama and battle, tragedy and romance, Sharon Kay Penman's latest novel brings a definitive period of history vividly alive with a tale of power and glory that will resonate with readers today.

Beyond The Edge Of The Sea by Mauricio Obregon

Title Beyond the Edge of the Sea
Author Mauricio Obregon
Publisher Modern Library
Release Date 2001-03-15
Category History
Total Pages 144
ISBN 9780375506819
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The story of Jason and the Argonauts and Homer's tales of Ulysses' wanderings are among the greatest of the ancient epics, but they are not merely fiction. Following the clues in the classical texts, Mauricio Obregón here maps the likely routes of these adventurers and reveals the remaining traces of the things and places they describe, re-creating the geographical discovery of the ancient world. Obregón takes us with him on his reenactments of the hazardous adventures of Jason, sailing east along the coast of the Black Sea, and of Ulysses, sailing clockwise around the Mediterranean. These voyages map the two major seas of the ancient era and help us understand how the Greeks viewed their world — including the many startling deductions they were able to make about it (such as the circumference of the earth) from what today seems like limited knowledge. Obregón has also traced the voyages depicted in the Norse legends, followed adventurous Muslims on southern journeys, and emulated the Polynesians who managed to traverse the seemingly limitless Pacific. He scrutinizes every detail of sailing in ancient times, such as the mechanics of navigation: The stars, for example, which the mariners took as their guides, were not in the positions that we see them in today, a crucial fact in re-creating past voyages. This wonderful book contains more than forty drawings and photographs, including depictions of the explorers' ships based on the descriptions in the literature that has come down to us, the facts hidden in the fiction, from ancient times.

Somewhere Beyond The Sea by Miranda Dickinson

Title Somewhere Beyond the Sea
Author Miranda Dickinson
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2018-06-14
Category
Total Pages 352
ISBN 1447276094
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A moving and memorable novel from Sunday Times bestseller Miranda Dickinson, set on the gorgeous Cornish coast.Can you fall in love with someone before you've even met?Seren MacArthur is living a life she never intended. Trying to save the Cornish seaside business her late father built - while grieving for his loss - she has put her own dreams on hold and is struggling. Until she discovers a half-finished seaglass star on her favourite beach during an early morning walk. When she completes the star, she sets into motion a chain of events that will steal her heart and challenge everything she believes.Jack Dixon is trying to secure a better life for daughter Nessie and himself. Left a widower and homeless when his wife died, he's only just keeping their heads above water. Finding seaglass stars completed on Gwithian beach is a bright spark that slowly rekindles his hope.Seren and Jack are searching for their missing pieces. But when they meet in real life, it's on the opposing sides of a battle. Jack is managing the redevelopment of a local landmark, and Seren is leading the community campaign to save it. Both have reason to fight - Seren for the cause her father believed in, Jack for his livelihood. But only one can win. With so much at stake, will they ever find what they are really looking for?Miranda Dickinson's Somewhere Beyond the Sea is a sparkling tale of love, life and finding magic where you least expect it.

Beck Beyond The Sea by Kimberly Morris

Title Beck Beyond the Sea
Author Kimberly Morris
Publisher HarperCollins UK
Release Date 2006
Category Children's stories
Total Pages 103
ISBN 9780007214020
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The fairies of Pixie Hollow are using their magical powers again. Beck, the talented bird speaking fairy finds herself on a sea adventure. But how will her sea legs hold up? Join the fairies in this adventure with Beck and find out how she fairs at sea.

Beyond The Sea Of Ice by William Sarabande

Title Beyond the Sea of Ice
Author William Sarabande
Publisher Domain
Release Date 1987
Category Fiction
Total Pages 373
ISBN 9780553268898
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When humans first walked the world and learn to live in an exotic new world of mystery and danger.

Beyond The Bright Sea by Lauren Wolk

Title Beyond the Bright Sea
Author Lauren Wolk
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2017-05-02
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9781101994863
Language English, Spanish, and French
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- Winner of the 2018 Scott O'Dell Award for Historical Fiction - From the bestselling author of Echo Mountain and Newbery Honor–winner Wolf Hollow, Beyond the Bright Sea is an acclaimed best book of the year. An NPR Best Book of the Year • A Parents’ Magazine Best Book of the Year • A Booklist Editors' Choice selection • A BookPage Best Book of the Year • A Horn Book Fanfare Selection • A Kirkus Best Book of the Year • A School Library Journal Best Book of the Year • A Charlotte Observer Best Book of the Year • A Southern Living Best Book of the Year • A New York Public Library Best Book of the Year “The sight of a campfire on a distant island…proves the catalyst for a series of discoveries and events—some poignant, some frightening—that Ms. Wolk unfolds with uncommon grace.” –The Wall Street Journal ★ “Crow is a determined and dynamic heroine.” —Publishers Weekly ★ “Beautiful, evocative.” —Kirkus The moving story of an orphan, determined to know her own history, who discovers the true meaning of family. Twelve-year-old Crow has lived her entire life on a tiny, isolated piece of the starkly beautiful Elizabeth Islands in Massachusetts. Abandoned and set adrift in a small boat when she was just hours old, Crow’s only companions are Osh, the man who rescued and raised her, and Miss Maggie, their fierce and affectionate neighbor across the sandbar. Crow has always been curious about the world around her, but it isn’t until the night a mysterious fire appears across the water that the unspoken question of her own history forms in her heart. Soon, an unstoppable chain of events is triggered, leading Crow down a path of discovery and danger. Vivid and heart-wrenching, Lauren Wolk’s Beyond the Bright Sea is a gorgeously crafted and tensely paced tale that explores questions of identity, belonging, and the true meaning of family.

Beyond The Sea by Keira Andrews

Title Beyond the Sea
Author Keira Andrews
Publisher Keira Andrews
Release Date 2017-06-26
Category Fiction
Total Pages 275
ISBN 9781988260020
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Two hot guys. One desert island. Troy Tanner walks out on his boy band’s world tour rather than watching his little brother snort his life away. Screw it. He’ll take a private jet home and figure out his life away from the spotlight. But Troy doesn’t make it home. The plane crashes on a jungle island in the South Pacific. Forget dodging the paparazzi—now Troy’s desperate for food and water. The turquoise ocean and white sand beach looks like paradise, but danger lurks everywhere. Thank God the pilot survived too. At least Troy’s not alone. He has Brian. Brian’s smart and brave and strong. He doesn’t care that Troy’s famous. Brian’s real. As days turn into weeks with no sign of rescue, Troy and Brian rely on each other. They make each other laugh despite being stranded. They go from strangers to friends. What happens when they want more? Although he and Brian both identify as straight, their growing desire burns hotter than the tropical sun. If they explore their sexuality a thousand miles from anything or anyone, can their newfound love survive in the real world if they're finally rescued? This slow-burn LGBT romance from Keira Andrews features bisexual awakening, scorching m/m first times, an age gap, and of course a happy ending.

Beyond The Sea Of Ice by Joan E. Goodman

Title Beyond the Sea of Ice
Author Joan E. Goodman
Publisher New York : Mikaya Press ; Willowdale, Ont. : Distributed in North America by Firefly Books
Release Date 1999
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 48
ISBN 9780965049382
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A chronicle of Henry Hudson and his ill-fated search for a passage to the Orient through the Arctic circle discusses how his epic search would eventually lead him to his death.

The Black Snow by Paul Lynch

Title The Black Snow
Author Paul Lynch
Publisher Little, Brown
Release Date 2015-05-12
Category Fiction
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9780316376440
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The startling new novel from a brilliant young Irish novelist on the rise, who "has a sensational gift for a sentence" (Colum McCann on Red Sky in Morning). In Donegal in the spring of 1945, a farmhand runs into a burning barn and does not come out alive. The farm's owner, Barnabas Kane, can only look on as his friend dies and all 43 of his cattle are destroyed in the blaze. Following the disaster, the bull-headed and proudly self-sufficient Barnabas is forced to reach out to the community for assistance. But resentment simmers over the farmhand's death, and Barnabas and his family begin to believe their efforts at recovery are being sabotaged. Barnabas is determined to hold firm. Yet his teenage son struggles under the weight of a terrible secret, and his wife is suffocated by the uncertainty surrounding their future. As Barnabas fights ever harder for what is rightfully his, his loved ones are drawn ever closer to a fate that should never have been theirs. In The Black Snow, Paul Lynch takes the pastoral novel and--with the calmest of hands---tears it apart. With beautiful, haunting prose, Lynch illuminates what it means to live through crisis, and puts to the test our deepest certainties about humankind.

Title Beyond the Sea of Life on a Bridge Called Why
Author Joel M Levin MD
Publisher AuthorHouse
Release Date 2019-01-05
Category Religion
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9781546274278
Language English, Spanish, and French
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There are opposing viewpoints that keep our voyage afloat. Like all matters in life there are people with strong opinions that are black and white while others live in the gray zone. These people are the independent ones, the fence hangers and doubting Thomas’s who continue to say show me the proof! It has always been the music in my life that helps me understand the majesty and glory of my being.

Lands Beyond The Sea by Tamara McKinley

Title Lands Beyond the Sea
Author Tamara McKinley
Publisher Hodder
Release Date 2011-09-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 416
ISBN 9781444719703
Language English, Spanish, and French
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By the 1700s, the Aborigine people have lived in harmony with the land in Australia for sixty thousand years. But now, ghost-ships are arriving, their very existence is threatened by a terrifying white invasion. When Jonathan Cadwallader leaves Cornwall to sail on the Endeavour, he leaves behind his sweetheart, Susan Penhalligan . . . That is, until an act of brutality reunites them in the raw and unforgiving penal colony of New South Wales. Billy Penhalligan has survived transportation and clings to the promise of a new beginning. But there will be more suffering before he or his fellow convicts can regard Australia as home . . . . A sweeping tale of discovery, love and hardship in the sixteenth century which will bring emergent Australia and all its inhabitants - new and old - to life.

Somewhere Beyond The Sea by Amanda James

Title Somewhere Beyond the Sea
Author Amanda James
Publisher Choc Lit Limited
Release Date 2014-03-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9781781891223
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Secrets threaten to tear a marriage apart in this compelling British mystery from the author of The Cornish Retribution. When the opportunity arises, Doctor Tristan Ainsworth jumps at the chance to move back to the idyllic Cornish village where he grew up. He hopes the change of scenery will lift his agoraphobic wife Karen out of the dark moods that have kept her withdrawn. Karen Ainsworth’s past has always hung over her like a dark cloud. A chance to use her extraordinary singing voice may set her free. But when she attempts to emerge from her shell, her worst fears come to fruition. Now, as a tide of blackmail and betrayal threatens to break the foundations of their marriage, Karen and Tristan must decide if their relationship is strong enough to withstand a truth that may cost them everything . . . “James’ thriller is bound to quicken one’s pulse, and readers will experience shivers down their spines as they’re drawn into the story at a rapid pace. The author has a special ability to keep fans of suspense glued to their seat for the duration of this novel—which is mysterious and romantic, too.” —RT Book Reviews “Although this is close to a 300-page book you’ll find the pacing fast because of its page-turning quality and your need to find out what Karen’s fate will be.” —Long and Short Reviews

Beyond The Sea by David L. Golemon

Title Beyond the Sea
Author David L. Golemon
Publisher Macmillan
Release Date 2017-06-13
Category Fiction
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9781250103093
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Soviet battle cruiser Simbirsk, which launched in June 1940 and was reported sunk in 1944 with the loss of all hands, is still sailing the open sea. January of 2017: American Los Angeles class submarine U.S.S. Houston is tracking a surface target that is not listed as part of the Russian navy’s response to the NATO maneuvers. What they find will set in motion the answers to one of the great mysteries of World War II. With the Russian navy bearing down on the Houston and international tensions running high, the United States Navy declares the Soviet-era derelict legal salvage under international law. With the world’s most powerful navies going toe-to-toe in the North Atlantic, the President of the United States calls upon the one organization that has a chance to figure out why this ship is in this time, in this place—Department 5656, also known as the Event Group. When the Group arrives, they are confronted by three warships of the Russian Navy who have come to claim Russian property. The two groups meet and soon discover that the ancient battle cruiser is not a derelict at all, but fully functional with a mysterious apparatus that sent the original crew to their deaths. In the midst of their warfare in the tossing seas, both navies are sent into a realm of unimaginable terror—an alternate world of water, ice, and death. The Event Group has a new mission when relics of the fabled Philadelphia Experiment surface in Beyond the Sea, the twelfth thrilling hit in New York Times bestselling author David L. Golemon's Event Group series.

Beyond The Sea by Eber &. Wein

Title Beyond the Sea
Author Eber &. Wein
Publisher Eber & Wein Publishing
Release Date 2015-04-01
Category Poetry
Total Pages 464
ISBN 1608804127
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Beyond The Sea by Melissa Bailey

Title Beyond the Sea
Author Melissa Bailey
Publisher Random House
Release Date 2015-07-16
Category Fiction
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9781409052265
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The second novel from Melissa Bailey, author of The Medici Mirror. Perfect for fans of Barbara Erskine. One summer's day, Freya's husband and son vanish at sea. A year on, and struggling to cope, Freya returns to the lighthouse-keeper's cottage on a remote Hebridean island, where she and her family spent so many happy times. Haunted by visions of her old life, Freya's dreams are dark and disturbed. And when a stranger, Daniel, is washed ashore during a storm, they turn even more menacing. As dream and reality start to merge, Daniel seems to be following Freya's every move. What does he want from her and is he everything he seems to be? Is her mind playing tricks? Or is the danger that she senses very real?

Brothers Beyond The Sea by Jonathan F. Wagner

Title Brothers Beyond the Sea
Author Jonathan F. Wagner
Publisher Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
Release Date 2010-10-30
Category History
Total Pages 190
ISBN 9781554588121
Language English, Spanish, and French
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During the years 1933 to 1939, a pro-Nazi movement developed in Canada. With the support of the German National Socialist Party, Canadian pro-Nazi institutions were formed: clubs, rallies, schools, and newspapers. The movement ended in failure. The author analyzes the reasons for the formation and decline of the National Socialist Party in Canada, describing in the process the general characteristics of the German community in Canada, the extent of Nazi activity in this country, and the influence of the Canadian environment on the movement. The book, well researched and carefully documented, is an original contribution to Canadian history of the 1930s.