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The Maze Runner, by James Dashner is about Thomas, a boy without any memory of his past. He does have flashes of certain things, but no actual memories other than his name. He finds himself in a box and is taken up and released into a place called the Glade, with a bunch of other boys, all appearing to be teenagers. Thomas soon finds that life in the Glade is dangerous. They live inside of a huge stone maze, and Thomas feels drawn to it. Some of the boys go out each day and run the maze, trying to find a way to excape. Thomas wants to be a runner, but that is reserved for those who prove themselves. The next day a girl arrives in the box with a note that everything is about to change. The Maze Runner started a bit slow for me, but after the first 10 chapters I really go into it. It is a series and The Scorch Trials is the second book. I recommend this one, push past the slower pages and I promise it will be well worth your time.
My Mom's book. Great for kids.
Good look at India. Fiction but partially biographical story of man who escapes from prison in Australia and goes to India. Lives in the slums, works for Mafia, philosophizes; has adventure. You'll learn a lot and have new appreciation for the ingenuity, kindness and coping skills of impoverished people.
I really enjoyed this book! The author did a good job of showing us who Lincoln is and what he stood for without making up mythical legends. I would have liked to see a bit more of Civil War battle field details but I guess this isn't a Civil War book. Its a biography. Lincoln really impresses me and I now understand why he is revered like Washington, Adams, and other founding fathers. My hats off to the great emancipator!!!
This one was a lot better than the previous ones, but without them it would have failed. The series is definitely building, and getting a lot more dangerous and exciting.
A bitter forecasting about what happend to red countries years later.
it's a gay soap opera!
Sheri L. Wright will make you feel a communion with Mother Nature; only to hear nature’s painful cries as the earth is slowly destroyed. Her words are deep and dripping with visualization as she recalls mountain top removal in “Hollow Folk” and the westward movement towards their homes, “… things that will ooze themselves onto your comfort.” The titled poem will bring tears to your eyes as Wright compares the bones of the Earth to the skin we stand on. The Slow Talk of Stones tells the truth of earth’s destruction and makes us pray for an alternative solution. I think my favorite poem is “Mama” – the struggle and sorrow a woman goes through to hold a family together, but not conforming to typical ways. Honoring God in her own way with nature and faith, but no church and socializing. The way she feels after receiving a bushel of beans on her front porch, not as charity, but as a kindness, “I don’t hide those give-aways from the girls. I want them to know kindness.” Wright is the author of one full length book of poetry, Nuns Shooting Guns, and three poetry chapbooks. She currently the host of “From the Inkwell,” a one hour radio show dedicated to all thins literary on CHRadio 1650, live-streaming at www.chradio.net