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I Am the Mission

By Allen Zadoff
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  • Publisher : Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
  • Isbn : 0316255025
  • Pages : 432
  • Category : Young Adult Fiction
  • Reads : 986
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He was the perfect assassin. Boy Nobody: No name. No past. No remorse. At least until he began to ask questions and challenge his orders -- until he fell in love with his target. Now The Program is worried that its valuable soldier has become a liability. Boy Nobody, haunted by the outcome of his last assignment, is given a new mission. A test of sorts. A chance to show his loyalty. His objective: Take out Eugene Moore, the owner of a military training and indoctrination camp for teenagers. One target. Limited time frame. Public place. It sounds simple, but a previous operative couldn't do it. He lost the mission and is presumed dead. Boy Nobody is confident he can finish the job. Quickly. But when things go awry, Boy Nobody finds himself lost in a mission where nothing is as it seems: not The Program, his allegiances, or the truth. The riveting second book in The Unknown Assassin series by Allen Zadoff delivers heart-pounding action and thought-provoking characters, as well as a new, exotic setting; a new mission; and new secrets to be revealed.

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  • File Pdf: invisible-girl.pdf

Book Summary:

What is it like to be a teen with depressed addicts for parents, a mentally ill sister, and a grandfather who killed himself? In this moving, compelling diary, Mariel Hemingway writes as her teen self to share her pain, heartache, and coping strategies with young readers. “I open my eyes. The room is dark. I hear yelling, smashed plates, and wish it was all a terrible dream.” Welcome to Mariel Hemingway’s intimate diary of her years as a girl and teen. In this deeply moving, searingly honest young adult memoir, actress and mental health icon Mariel Hemingway shares in candid detail the story of her troubled childhood in a famous family haunted by depression, alcoholism, mental illness, and suicide. Born just a few months after her grandfather, Ernest Hemingway, shot himself, Mariel’s mission as a girl was to escape the desperate cycles of debilitating mental health that had plagued generations of her family. In a voice that speaks to young readers everywhere, she recounts her childhood growing up in a family tortured by alcoholism (both parents), depression (her sister Margaux), suicide (her grandfather and four other members of her family), schizophrenia (her sister Muffet), and cancer (mother). It was all the young Mariel could do to keep her head. She reveals her painful struggle to stay sane as the youngest child in her family, and how she coped with the chaos by becoming OCD and obsessive about her food. Young readers who are sharing a similar painful childhood will see their lives and questions reflected on the pages of her diary—and they may even be inspired to start their own diary to channel their pain. Her voice will speak directly to teens across the world and tell them there is light at the end of the tunnel. • A hugely important subject for millions (around 10% of Americans suffer from depression) of young adults who are perhaps growing up in families with mental illness, suicide, depression, schizophrenia, alcoholism, and depression, or who themselves suffer from it. • Very few memoirs speak directly to YA readers about mental illness, depression, and what it is like growing up in a troubled family. • Mariel Hemingway speaks honestly about her own experiences with depression, eating disorders, and OCD, and how she learned to overcome these issues.

Girl Talk 101 A Simple But Yet Complete Guide to Getting Your ''Stuff'' Together!

By Erin Johnell Dickey
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Isbn : 9781450049658
  • Pages : 139
  • Category : Self-Help
  • Reads : 249
  • File Pdf: girl-talk-101-a-simple-but-yet-complete-guide-to-getting-your-stuff-together.pdf

Book Summary:

In her first personal growth book, Girl Talk 101: A Simple But Yet Complete Guide To Getting Your Stuff Together, author Erin Johnell Dickey examines many issues in which women face. These issues (better known as stuff) are hindering many women from enjoying all that life has to offer them. It is imperative that women address inner issues such as pain inflicted by others and self inflicted pain caused by negligence. Women must also make their dreams become reality. This book is meant to be an easy reader so that women on the go will have time to read it and apply it in their daily lives.

Dawn of a New Day (American Century Book #7)

By Gilbert Morris
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Baker Books
  • Isbn : 1441239944
  • Pages : 304
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 735
  • File Pdf: dawn-of-a-new-day.pdf

Book Summary:

It is the tumultuous 1960s: Kennedy, Vietnam, the Civil Rights movement, and youth culture are on everyone's minds and lips. Prosperity and progress are undergirded with a sense of uneasiness for the Stuart family, along with the rest of the country. With a movie deal on the horizon, Bobby Stuart's star may be rising, but his descent into celebrity drug culture might be his undoing. And young love is blooming between two people who never expected it. Gilbert Morris fans will be delighted with his foray into a colorful and controversial decade. Dawn of a New Day is the final, never-before-published conclusion to the popular American Century series.

National Identity in Great Britain and British North America, 1815-1851

By Linda E. Connors,Mary Lu MacDonald
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Isbn : 1317090071
  • Pages : 248
  • Category : History
  • Reads : 630
  • File Pdf: national-identity-in-great-britain-and-british-north-america-1815-1851.pdf

Book Summary:

Examining the complex and rapidly expanding world of print culture and reading in the nineteenth century, Linda E. Connors and Mary Lu MacDonald show how periodicals in the United Kingdom and British North America shaped and promoted ideals about national identity. In the wake of the Napoleonic wars, periodicals instilled in readers an awareness of cultures, places and ways of living outside their own experience, while also proffering messages about what it meant to be British. The authors cast a wide net, showing the importance of periodicals for understanding political and economic life, faith and religion, the world of women and children, the idea of progress as a transcendent ideology, and the relationships between the parts (for example, Scotland or Nova Scotia) and the whole (Great Britain). Analyzing the British identity of expatriate nineteenth-century Britons in North America alongside their counterparts in Great Britain enables insights into whether residents were encouraged to identify themselves by country of residence, by country of birth, or by their newly acquired understanding of a broader whole. Enhanced by a succinct and informative catalogue of data, including editorship and price, about the periodicals analyzed, this study provides a striking history of the era and brings clarity to the perception of British transcendence and progress that emerged with such force and appeal after 1815.

My Violent Princess 2

By Tian Tian
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Funstory
  • Isbn : 1648574157
  • Pages :
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 700
  • File Pdf: my-violent-princess-2.pdf

Book Summary:

The strongest female lead in history — Gu Yunxi said: I am an honest man, if it is something I like, I will directly snatch it, and will not cheat and cheat; I have always been gentle, considerate, virtuous, and virtuous, on the premise that you, Husband, do not take liberties with women, if not I will throw a slap on your face. When Great Zhou Empire's number one beautiful cool man, Lv Ning, had no choice but to bring the good-for-nothing Gu Yunxi who was proficient in martial arts, to travel across mountains and rivers to restore the dragonpulse, her future was destined to be uncertain ...

Without Love I am Nothing

By Des Bowman
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Morgan James Publishing
  • Isbn : 1683507649
  • Pages : 126
  • Category : Family & Relationships
  • Reads : 888
  • File Pdf: without-love-i-am-nothing.pdf

Book Summary:

Many people today have developed addictions and mental illnesses as a result of having been exposed to violence and abuse as young children. Children who have been exposed to violence in the home run a higher risk of being influenced or recruited by drug dealers, gangs, pedophiles, and terrorist groups, as they tend to gravitate towards anyone who shows interest in them. Without Love I Am Nothing assists people with understanding how their childhood situations may contribute to their suffering from depression, substance addiction, violence against others, and self-harming behaviors. It helps them understand why they can't cope with the responsibilities that come with raising their own families, and how childhood domestic violence contributes to those tendencies. Des Bowman guides people to the healing they need, so they too can live life to its fullest potential.

Audrey of the Mountains

By Dorothy Audrey Simpson
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Sunstone Press
  • Isbn : 0865346887
  • Pages : 691
  • Category : Biography & Autobiography
  • Reads : 805
  • File Pdf: audrey-of-the-mountains.pdf

Book Summary:

Simpson offers a biography of her mother, one of the first female journalists in New Mexico who was known for her informative, influential, and inspiring writing.

Can't Stop Walking

By Murphy V. S. Anderson
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
  • Isbn : 1725295563
  • Pages : 144
  • Category : Religion
  • Reads : 408
  • File Pdf: can-t-stop-walking.pdf

Book Summary:

Can’t Stop Walking: Every Walk Must First Begin with a Step, Purpose, and Direction is a stunning and incisive nonfictional narrative which critiques some of the cultural, traditional, and societal issues which impacted and challenged the lives of many Liberians, especially the youth who suffered, bled, and died in their ignorance during the Liberian Civil War. This is a book uniquely written to bring the readers mentally closer to some information and experiences that may seem unrealistic but true, inconceivable or trivia but factual. The book reveals the tireless and unwavering efforts made by two friends bound together in one faith and purpose with a desire to change the mindset of youths who were actively involved in a civil war. It discusses how these two friends nonviolently challenged the culture, tradition, and societal elites of a small town by engaging the youth and elders through the “Trinity Plan” and helped transform a struggling church threatened by dogmas and traditional practices.