Outcast

Outcast Author Josephine Cox
ISBN-10 9780755384532
Release 2012-01-19
Pages 245
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On a fateful night in 1860, Thadius Grady realises, too late, that he has made a grave mistake. In blind faith he has put himself and his daughter Emma at the mercy of his sister and her conniving husband, Caleb Crowther - for he has entrusted to them his entire fortune and the daughter he adores. With his dying breath he pleads to see his daughter one last time - but Caleb's heart is made of stone. A feared Lancashire Justice, Caleb Crowther is a womaniser and a gambler, and now the inheritance due to Emma is as much in his hands as is the beautiful Emma Grady herself. But Caleb lives in fear of the past, for how did Emma's mother mysteriously die? And what made Thadius and Caleb hate the river people so intensely? History seems likely to repeat itself when Emma falls helplessly in love with Marlow Tanner, a young bargee. For Marlow and Emma, it is an impossible love - a love made in Heaven, but which could carry them both to Hell . . .



Outcast

Outcast Author Michelle Paver
ISBN-10 9781842557464
Release 2008-09-04
Pages 272
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The dreadful secret that Torak carries with him at the close of SOUL EATER is revealed and he is cast out from the clans. It's his fourteenth summer. He's alone, cut off even from Wolf and Renn. Hunted and on the run he takes refuge in unknown territory - the haunted reedbeds of Lake Axehead, where he is menaced by the Hidden People. Other threats lurk nearby and his battle with the Soul-Eaters is far from over . . . As he fights for his life, Torak uncovers a deception too awful to contemplate, one that shakes him to the core and shatters his world. Launched at the height of the Harry Potter phenomenon, the Chronicles of Ancient Darkness is the ultimate magical adventure. This edition contains brand new interviews with Michelle Paver. Audio edition also available, read by Ian McKellen.



Outcast

Outcast Author Rosemary Sutcliff
ISBN-10 0192750402
Release 1999-06-01
Pages 254
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When a Roman ship is wrecked off the coast of Britain, an infant, Beric, is the only survivor. He is rescued by a British tribe who raise him as their own until they can no longer ignore his Roman ancestry. "How Beric survived...is not only incredible but gripping, convincing fiction." --"The Horn Book"



The Outcast

The Outcast Author Luke Cypher
ISBN-10 1101007524
Release 2007-06-05
Pages 256
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Mercy may sit at God’s right hand, but Judgment sits at his left. And in an untamed country, some men are called to do the work of God’s left hand. This is the story of such a man. This is the story of Tom Cade. To avoid the prospect of a bloody feud, Cade leaves his home at the tender age of 16, with nothing but the wise words of his preacher father and a used Spencer .54. Though he always remembers his father’s words, it is the old Spencer—and his natural-born talent for using it—that comes to save, and shape, his life. His travels lead him to the town of Walker, Kansas, where he aims to settle down and start a family. But he has only traded one feud for another. When vengeful cowards invade his home, Cade doesn’t turn the other cheek. He wields his old Spencer like the wrath of God.



Outcast

Outcast Author Inge Deutschkron
ISBN-10 UOM:39015016946157
Release 1989
Pages 262
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The author describes her experiences as a young Jewish girl in Berlin during World War II, when she and her mother attempted to live as non-Jews after all hope of escape from the city had vanished



Outcast

Outcast Author Francine Pascal
ISBN-10 055327693X
Release 1987-10-01
Pages 160
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Torn apart by guilt and treated as an outcast after Regina Morrow's tragic death at her party, Molly Hecht decides to run away with cocaine dealer Buzz Jackson.



Guardians Of Ga Hoole 8 The Outcast

Guardians Of Ga Hoole  8  The Outcast Author Kathryn Lasky
ISBN-10 0545283396
Release 2010-06-01
Pages 224
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To prove his goodness, young Nyroc will renounce his name, his mother, and his inheritance to seek the holiest of relics from The Beyond the Beyond. Nyroc has exiled himself from the Pure Ones. He flies alone, feared and despised by those who know him as Kludd's son, hunted by those whose despotism he has rejected, and haunted by ghostly creatures conjured by Nyra to lure him back to the Pure Ones. He yearns for a place he only half believes in -- the great tree -- and an uncle -- the near-mythic Soren -- who might be a true father to him. Yet he cannot approach the tree while the rumor of evil clings to him. To prove his worth, Nyroc will fly to The Beyond the Beyond seeking the legendary Relic and bring it, a talisman of his own



Outcast

Outcast Author Gary D. Svee
ISBN-10 9780595788026
Release 2005-04-26
Pages 189
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Miles Standish is running, accused of unspeakable crimes. The 'Moose Creek Cannibal" seeks refuge in an isolated cabin near the frontier town of Last Chance, Montana. He is pulled into the lives of his neighbors, Iona and her son Arch, and learns they have been victimized, too, by a community eager to believe lies rather than to seek the truth.Samuel Bodner, the only other person to survive the hell at the Moose Creek Mine, relentlessly pursues Miles. The pursuit has so ensnared Miles that he wonders if he really is the 'Moose Creek Cannibal." He comes to care deeply for his neighbors and must decide if he is willing to sacrifice his anonymity and his life to save them from the evil visited upon them."The miners, innocents all, didn't recognize the beast that stalked in their midst until an early blizzard stripped them of shelter and food. They huddled in one tent, listening to the winter winds sing of their deaths. Hunger stalked these men, felling them one by one."Praise for books by Gary Svee: "Sanctuary"'This beautifully written novel reveals the author's compassion and his love for Montana. Heartily recommended."-"Library Journal""Spirit Wolf"'A Western, but the furthest thing from a shoot-em-up. This is a compelling and sometimes cruel story told in good plain English, without sentimentality or bravado."-"Kirkus"



Outcast Of Redwall

Outcast Of Redwall Author Brian Jacques
ISBN-10 9781446432327
Release 2011-01-25
Pages 368
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Ferret Swartt Sixclaw and badger Sunflash the Mace are arch enemies who have sworn a pledge of death upon each other. Meanwhile, the Abbess of Redwall has banished a young creature from her Abbey. This harsh sentence forces a heart-breaking decision upon a young Redwall mousemaid and ultimately links her destiny to. . . . the Outcast of Redwall.



The Outcast

The Outcast Author Sadie Jones
ISBN-10 9781407013152
Release 2008-09-04
Pages 480
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The bestselling novel behind the major new BBC drama starring George Mackay (Pride), Jessica Brown Findlay (Downton Abbey), Greg Wise (Cranford) and Hattie Morahan (Sense and Sensibility) Sussex, 1957. Lewis is nineteen, straight out of jail, and stands alone at a railway station. He’s returned to the village where he grew up: the village where, a decade earlier, tragedy tore his family apart, leaving him to a troubled adolescence with a father he barely knew. Now, the only person who understands him is Kit Carmichael, daughter of a bullying local businessman. Through the pain and isolation of their shared childhood comes love and loyalty – and soon they realise that to forge their own futures, they must first confront the darkest secrets of their past. THE NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER WINNER OF THE COSTA FIRST NOVEL PRIZE



Images of the Outcast

Images of the Outcast Author Sean Shesgreen
ISBN-10 0719062934
Release 2002
Pages 228
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This study offers a survey of the changing depiction of the denizens of London's streets-mechanic preachers, prostitutes, milkmaids, tinkers, beggars, and all manner of hawkers-as these were represented in Cries produced between 1580 and 1900. It draws on the history of art, literature, and society to analyse the meaning of the Cries in the culture of London over three centuries, and studies Cries as a genre with its own self-sustaining life - the life of art - but also reads the genre in a social and cultural historical context.



Outcast

Outcast Author Michael A. Hobbs
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105020161969
Release 1996
Pages 153
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Looks at the fall of journalist Michael Hobbs into poverty, his experience with homelessness, and how he managed to get out of his situation



Southern Outcast

Southern Outcast Author David Brown
ISBN-10 9780807131787
Release 2006-10-01
Pages 336
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Hinton Rowan Helper (1829--1909) gained notoriety in nineteenth-century America as the author of The Impending Crisis of the South (1857), an antislavery polemic that provoked national public controversy and increased sectional tensions. In his intellectual and cultural biography of Helper -- the first to appear in more than forty years -- David Brown provides a fresh and nuanced portrait of this self-styled reformer, exploring anew Helper's motivation for writing his inflammatory book. Brown places Helper in a perspective that shows how the society in which he lived influenced his thinking, beginning with Helper's upbringing in North Carolina, his move to California at the height of the Californian gold rush, his developing hostility toward nonwhites within the United States, and his publication of The Impending Crisis of the South. Helper's book paints a picture of a region dragged down by the institution of slavery and displays surprising concern for the fate of American slaves. It sold 140,000 copies, perhaps rivaled only by Uncle Tom's Cabin in its impact. The author argues that Helper never wavered in his commitment to the South, though his book's devastating critique made him an outcast there, playing a crucial role in the election of Lincoln and influencing the outbreak of war. As his career progressed after the war, Helper's racial attitudes grew increasingly intolerant. He became involved in various grand pursuits, including a plan to link North and South America by rail, continually seeking a success that would match his earlier fame. But after a series of disappointments, he finally committed suicide. Brown reconsiders the life and career of one of the antebellum South's most controversial and misunderstood figures. Helper was also one of the rare lower-class whites who recorded in detail his economic, political, and social views, thus affording a valuable window into the world of nonslaveholding white southerners on the eve of the Civil War. His critique of slavery provides an important challenge to dominant paradigms stressing consensus among southern whites, and his development into a racist illustrates the power and destructiveness of the prejudice that took hold of the South in the late nineteenth century, as well as the wider developments in American society at the time.



Warriors Power of Three 3 Outcast

Warriors  Power of Three  3  Outcast Author Erin Hunter
ISBN-10 9780061757402
Release 2009-10-13
Pages 368
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There will be three, Kin of you kin.... Who hold the Power of the stars In their paws. A secret prophecy shapes the lives of Firestar's grandchildren, but only one of the three knows about it. Jaypaw is captivated by the power it promises, and he believes the key to that power may lie buried in the distant past -- with the ancient cats who once walked these woods and now prowl through his dreams.His search for answers leads him toward the mountains -- the home of the Tribe of Rushing Water. Lionpaw and Hollypaw feel drawn to the mountains too, for different reasons. But the mountains hide secrets as well as answers, and if the three cats find a way to get there, they may discover more than they ever expected.



Outcast

Outcast Author Romen Basu
ISBN-10 UOM:39015065453170
Release 1986
Pages 245
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Outcast has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Outcast also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Outcast book for free.



Outcast

Outcast Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015026476484
Release 1967
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Outcast has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Outcast also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Outcast book for free.



Outcast

Outcast Author Jose Latour
ISBN-10 9781551991986
Release 2008-11-19
Pages 344
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From the hot writer everybody’s talking about — the author of the sensational Havana Best Friends. Elliot Steill, the product of a brief union between his Cuban mother and an American-born labourer, is an unhappy teacher in Havana when a man claiming to be a friend of Steill’s deceased father arrives in Cuba and offers him the chance to escape. The plan goes dangerously amiss, and Steill is soon on the hunt through Miami’s mean streets for the man who betrayed him. To find him, Steill first has to figure out why he was singled out, an exercise that has him mentally searching his past in Cuba for clues. The fast-paced story, which reveals as much about real life in Cuba as it does about the émigré community in Miami, sees Steill transformed into a man of hair-trigger reactions as he’s forced into playing an increasingly violent game of cat and mouse. In just one of the novel’s many twists, the teacher becomes the fast learner he has to be to navigate this new world of greed, corruption, and crime — but also of compassion so unexpected it is wrenching. From the Trade Paperback edition.