THE #1 SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER 'A writer the world needs to be reading right now' The Independent 'An apposite and nuanced novel... Picoult writes about an emotive, controversial issue with unflinching precision.' Red 'Incredibly compelling and page turning' Dolly Alderton 'A very special novel about a very difficult subject.' Grazia 'Her intelligent, meticulously researched novels explore ethical dilemmas through heartrending, headline-grabbing scenarios' The Sunday Times A lone gunman takes the women and doctors at a controversial abortion clinic hostage. Nobody has ended up there by choice. As the tense negotiation for their release unfolds, hour by crucial hour, back in time through the day that brought the hostages and their captor to this moment, every certainty is questioned, every judgement thrown into sharp relief. Because matters of life and death look very different when you, or the ones you love, are staring down the barrel of a gun . . . Powerful, thought-provoking and deeply involving, Jodi Picoult's new novel is told in reverse, propelling the reader through intertwining characters and uncovering motives in this unflinching exploration of what makes a life. THE BOOK OF TWO WAYS, Jodi's stunning new novel about life, death and missed opportunities is available to pre-order now.
What do you call that little glimmer of hope you see throughout life? We all catch sight of it from time to time. Sometimes we see it in ourselves. Sometimes we see it in others. And every so often we see it through some experience or revelation that we ourselves have. I chose to call that glimmer of hope a spark of light. In A Spark of Light, you will find an assortment of fictional stories, personal essays, creative nonfiction, and academic papers as Zachariah Wilhelm showcases a masterful knowledge of English and writing. And all throughout, a common thread runs across the pages—that little spark of light.
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What do you call that little glimmer of hope you see throughout life? We all catch sight of it from time to time. Sometimes we see it in ourselves. Sometimes we see it in others. And every so often we see it through some experience or revelation that we ourselves have. I chose to call that glimmer of hope a spark of light.In A Spark of Light, you will find an assortment of fictional stories, personal essays, creative nonfiction, and academic papers as Zachariah Wilhelm showcases a masterful knowledge of English and writing. And all throughout, a common thread runs across the pages-that little spark of light.
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Steve Parry was a homeless man fighting for survival in Melbourne, he was living in road for few weeks. He had a bulldog named Vuddy. Steve was a fat man with clumsy hair, there was nothing special about him except his fighter spirit. Steve was working in MANZA bank, the Bank moved his job overseas. His partner Brasmi did not let this opportunity go waste and filed for divorce, Steve was not ready for divorce, but Brasmi won in the court, the court gifted his home and savings to Brasmi as alimony. Steve had nowhere to go, he had very less money and there was hardly any job in the market. He had been observing homeless people for years, he was very sympathetic to them, he always helped homeless people with changes, and he received lot of goodwill from homeless people. Will Steve ever return to normal life?
In quarantined Colorado, where hundreds of thousands of people are dying from an unstoppable disease called the red death, insomniac Kate Cummings struggles to find the courage to live and to love. This is a story of survival in the face of brutality, government cover-up, and public hysteria. It is also a story of love: lost, found and fulfilled.
Many people love using grid paper notebook, because it is easy for design, drafting, drawing, and to-do listing, it can be used as a notebook, journal, diary or planner. This grid paper notebook features the cute saying "You Are A Spark Of Light That Illuminates My Soul" on the cover. It can be used at school, at college, at laboratory, at geometry class, at office or at home. It is also a great resource for math & science student, architect or artist. It is the best gift both personal and useful. It is the sweet gift for your wife. Ideal to show your love for her on Valentine's Day, 10th 20th 30th 40th 50th 60th 70th 80th wedding anniversary or birthday. Cover: Matte soft cover Paper: Black & white interior with white paper, quad ruled 5x5 Size: 8.5 x 11 in / 21.59 x 27.94 cm (larger than most size) Length: 100 sheets / 200 pages (thicker than most size)
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • From the author of Small Great Things and A Spark of Light comes a “powerful” (The Washington Post) novel about the choices that alter the course of our lives. NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY MARIE CLAIRE Everything changes in a single moment for Dawn Edelstein. She’s on a plane when the flight attendant makes an announcement: Prepare for a crash landing. She braces herself as thoughts flash through her mind. The shocking thing is, the thoughts are not of her husband but of a man she last saw fifteen years ago: Wyatt Armstrong. Dawn, miraculously, survives the crash, but so do all the doubts that have suddenly been raised. She has led a good life. Back in Boston, there is her husband, Brian, their beloved daughter, and her work as a death doula, in which she helps ease the transition between life and death for her clients. But somewhere in Egypt is Wyatt Armstrong, who works as an archaeologist unearthing ancient burial sites, a career Dawn once studied for but was forced to abandon when life suddenly intervened. And now, when it seems that fate is offering her second chances, she is not as sure of the choice she once made. After the crash landing, the airline ensures that the survivors are seen by a doctor, then offers transportation to wherever they want to go. The obvious destination is to fly home, but she could take another path: return to the archaeological site she left years before, reconnect with Wyatt and their unresolved history, and maybe even complete her research on The Book of Two Ways—the first known map of the afterlife. As the story unfolds, Dawn’s two possible futures unspool side by side, as do the secrets and doubts long buried with them. Dawn must confront the questions she’s never truly asked: What does a life well lived look like? When we leave this earth, what do we leave behind? Do we make choices . . . or do our choices make us? And who would you be if you hadn’t turned out to be the person you are right now?
Spark of Light is a diverse collection of short stories by women writers from the Indian province of Odisha. Originally written in Odia and dating from the late nineteenth century to the present, these stories offer a multiplicity of voices—some sentimental and melodramatic, others rebellious and bold—and capture the predicament of characters who often live on the margins of society. From a spectrum of viewpoints, writing styles, and motifs, the stories included here provide examples of the great richness of Odishan literary culture. In the often shadowy and grim world depicted in this collection, themes of class, poverty, violence, and family are developed. Together they form a critique of social mores and illuminate the difficult lives of the subaltern in Odisha society. The work of these authors contributes to an ongoing dialogue concerning the challenges, hardships, joys, and successes experienced by women around the world. In these provocative explorations of the short-story form, we discover the voices of these rarely heard women.