Faithful

  • Filename: faithful.
  • ISBN: 1683242580
  • Release Date: 2017-02-01
  • Number of pages: 500
  • Author: Alice Hoffman
  • Publisher: Center Point



"The story of a survivor, filled with emotion--from dark suffering to true happiness--a moving portrait of a young woman finding her way through grief, guilt, and recovery in the modern world in New York City "--

Faithful a novel

  • Filename: faithful-a-novel.
  • ISBN: IND:30000101890873
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Number of pages: 210
  • Author: Davitt Sigerson
  • Publisher:



Nick is a trader on the London Stock Exchange, an honest, decent man. He has never been with anyone as desirable as Trish, so attuned to his moods and ready to embody his most intimate desires. Trish, an international marketing executive, is a completely modern woman: capable, romantic and sexually confident. Attracted by Nick's good looks, his compassion and boyish charms, she falls for him, and within two months of their first meeting they are married. But when Trish's past intrudes upon their happiness, she makes a choice that will take their lives in extraordinary directions. Between poignant depictions of fatherhood and graphic scenes of full-on sex, Davitt Sigerson has crafted a luminous story about people - like ourselves - who try to do the right thng yet still manage to make a mess of their lives. Written with intelligence, empathy and an awareness of the ways in which today's women experience their sexual prowess, Faithful is a stunning debut.

Faithful

  • Filename: faithful.
  • ISBN: 9780743267533
  • Release Date: 2005-09-06
  • Number of pages: 464
  • Author: Stewart O'Nan
  • Publisher: Simon and Schuster



A chronicle of the Boston Red Sox's 2004 baseball season features a running diary of observations, arguments, play analyses, and controversial management decisions, as recorded by a pair of best-selling horror writers and diehard Red Sox fans.

Faithful Place

  • Filename: faithful-place.
  • ISBN: 1444779087
  • Release Date: 2012-12-20
  • Number of pages: 448
  • Author: Tana French
  • Publisher: Hodder Paperbacks



The "expertly rendered, gripping new novel" (Janet Maslin, "The New York Times")-from the bestselling author of "In the Woods" and "The Likeness." Tana French's "In the Woods" and "The Likeness" captivated readers by introducing them to her unique, character-driven style. Her singular skill at creating richly drawn, complex worlds makes her novels not mere whodunits but brilliant and satisfying novels about memory, identity, loss, and what defines us as humans. With "Faithful Place," the highly praised third novel about the Dublin Murder squad, French takes readers into the mind of Frank Mackey, the hotheaded mastermind of "The Likeness," as he wrestles with his own past and the family, the lover, and the neighborhood he thought he'd left behind for good. Tana French's newest novel, "The Secret Place," will be published by Viking on September 2nd, 2014.

Only Call Us Faithful

  • Filename: only-call-us-faithful.
  • ISBN: 9781466824331
  • Release Date: 2006-05-30
  • Number of pages: 384
  • Author: Marie Jakober
  • Publisher: Forge Books



Richmond, Virginia, is the heart of the Confederacy, and for those whose hearts are still with the Union in 1861, it is a trying home. Li8za Van Lew has long been an outsider in Richmond. She never married, and at her father's death, she gave all of her family's slaves their freedom. Her neighbors and friends have begun to believe that she might be losing her mind. But the Rebels don't rust her, and with good reason. Behind a mask of mental frailty and innocence, she has secretly organized and is operating a hugely successful spy ring out of Richmond. The Confederate Army has its suspicions, though they can't ever seem to catch her in the act. But as the war wears on, the danger of being caught grows with each bit of information passed along, with her every secret act of patriotism. The double life of lady and spy wears on Liza. Until the war is over, the secrecy that endangers her and those she has recruited to spy for her will never end. She doesn't know how much longer she can endure, wondering if the next knock on her door might bring soldiers to carry her off to prison. . . . Richmond, Virginia. The capital of the Confederacy. Here lived one of the greatest threats to the Confederate war efforts. In an unremarkable house on Church Street, Elizabeth Van Lew, a spinster thought to be unconventional, was the center of the Union Army's underground spy network. For the duration of the Civil War, she worked with innumerable agents throughout the city-even in Jefferson Davis's own house!-keeping in constant communication with the Union military command. This is her story. Told by her ghost in a narrative that captures with utter poignancy the contradictions of the Southern ideal and the heartbreak of civil war, Only Call Us Faithful is a remarkable story of courage and conviction, the untold tale of thousands of Southerners who during the Civil War were United Stales patriots in enemy territory. Also dedicated to easing the plight of Union Army prisoners of war incarcerated in Richmond prisons, Miss Van Lew risked life and limb to bring prisoners food and medicine. But though the Confederate leadership in Richmond thought her annoying and inconvenient, they never caught her passing secret information that led directly to Union victories on the fields of battle. To the very end she was invisible, a lady alone, fighting a shadow war that ultimately helped topple the confederacy. An Uncommon hero, her true role has never been fully revealed until now. Using many primary information sources, Marie Jakober has painted a true and vivid portrait of one of the Civil War's most unusual heroes. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Faithful to Laura

  • Filename: faithful-to-laura.
  • ISBN: 9781595547767
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Number of pages: 294
  • Author: Kathleen Fuller
  • Publisher: Harper Collins



Laura Stutzman leaves her Kentucky community for Middlefield, Ohio, with one purpose: to find Mark King, the man who pledged his love to her, then left, so that she can move on with her life. Original.

The Faithful Spy

  • Filename: the-faithful-spy.
  • ISBN: 9781407058818
  • Release Date: 2010-01-26
  • Number of pages: 432
  • Author: Alex Berenson
  • Publisher: Random House



CIA agent John Wells has been undercover so long that his bosses are no longer sure he's still loyal - or even still alive. For years Wells has been building his cover in the mountains of Afghanistan, his existence known only to a few senior CIA officials. But now he's coming home - and no one, including his CIA minder Jennifer Exley, knows what to expect. He is a man alone, used by two adversaries and trusted by neither. And as terrorists prepare to unleash the most devastating attack in history, Wells knows he is the only man who can stop them. With or without the government's approval...

Faithful

  • Filename: faithful.
  • ISBN: 9781101566428
  • Release Date: 2010-05-13
  • Number of pages: 336
  • Author: Janet Fox
  • Publisher: Penguin



Sixteen-year-old Maggie Bennet's life is in tatters. Her mother has disappeared, and is presumed dead. The next thing she knows, her father has dragged Maggie away from their elegant Newport home, off on some mad excursion to Yellowstone in Montana. Torn from the only life she's ever known, away from her friends, from society, and verging on no prospects, Maggie is furious and devastated by her father's betrayal. But when she arrives, she finds herself drawn to the frustratingly stubborn, handsome Tom Rowland, the son of a park geologist, and to the wild romantic beauty of Yellowstone itself. And as Tom and the promise of freedom capture Maggie's heart, Maggie is forced to choose between who she is and who she wants to be.

The Great Gatsby

  • Filename: the-great-gatsby.
  • ISBN: 9781849435284
  • Release Date: 2012-05-10
  • Number of pages: 96
  • Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Publisher: Oberon Books



So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past. ‘F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby was first published on April 10, 1925. Set on Long Island’s North Shore and in New York City during the summer of 1922, it is the story of an attractive young man, hopelessly in love, who, having worked so hard to improve himself so he can win back the woman he loves, finds himself in a world where money has replaced humility and despair has replaced hope. For me, the novel is a comment on the values and cynicism of east coast America almost a hundred years ago, a time when a section of society had suddenly become very wealthy and the American Dream was for most, nothing more than the mere pursuit of money.’ Peter Joucla ‘Peter Joucla’s surprisingly clear-eyed adaptation cuts to the heart of Fitzgerald’s text while preserving a very decent amount of it.’ 4 stars –Evening Standard ‘Evoking all the glamour and atmosphere of the roaring twenties, Wilton’s brings Gatsby to glorious, all-singing, all-dancing life (jazz hands optional). A must-see’ – welovethisbook.com ‘An unashamed nostalgia party for a world we never knew... This is a show that majors in fun; and it’s no surprise to see it’s a cult hit.’ Telegraph

Faithful

  • Filename: faithful.
  • ISBN: 9781418562656
  • Release Date: 2010-09-13
  • Number of pages: 320
  • Author: Kim Cash Tate
  • Publisher: Harper Collins



"Kim Cash Tate's enjoyable novel is true to both the realities of life and the hope found through faith in Jesus. Romance meets real life with a godly heart. Hooray!"--Stasi Eldredge, best-selling author of Captivating Cydney Sanders thought she knew God's plan for her life. She'd marry, have kids, and then snap her body back into shape by doing Tae Bo. But she's celebrating her fortieth birthday as the maid of honor at her little sister's wedding...and still single. Now her life is suddenly complicated by the best man. He's the opposite of what she wants in a husband...and yet, he keeps defying her expectations. Starting with a lavendar rose--symbolizing enchantment--each rose he sends her reflects his growing love for her. Cydney's best friend Dana appears to have the perfect marriage--until she discovers her husband's affair and her world goes into a tailspin. Then there is Phyllis--who is out of hope and out of prayers after asking God for six long years to help her husband find faith. When she runs into an old friend who is the Christian man she longs for, she's faced with an overwhelming choice. Life-long friends with life-altering struggles. Will they trust God's faithfulness...and find strength to be faithful to Him?

Faithful

  • Filename: faithful.
  • ISBN: 0990851214
  • Release Date: 2014-10-15
  • Number of pages: 370
  • Author: S. A. Wolfe
  • Publisher:



Imogene Welsh has always been unapologetically confident and ruthlessly opinionated with people, particularly men. No one is spared from her unfiltered mouth but it hasn't seemed to deter Cooper MacKenzie. Although he is not the clean-cut businessman type she's always thought she should pursue, Imogene is drawn to the sexy outsider who is the hottest topic in town gossip. It may be time to live up to her tough reputation and take a chance on Cooper, the only man who isn't intimidated by Imogene's brash personality.

Malice

  • Filename: malice.
  • ISBN: 9780230758452
  • Release Date: 2012-12-06
  • Number of pages: 640
  • Author: John Gwynne
  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan



With one foot in Celtic myth and the other loosely straddling the imagined beginning of the Roman empire, this is a captivating traditional fantasy. Set on a continent called the Banished Lands, populated by men and giants, dark forests, dreadwolves and draigs; this debut follows the story of Corban, a young man who just wants to become a warrior, but whose path will lead him to so much more. Populated with original and engaging characters, set in a primal, feral world, soon to become the battleground of angels and demons, this is a tale of love, betrayal, truth and courage. A coming-of-age tale filled with mystery, Machiavellian politics and adventure.

Be Faithful Unto Death

  • Filename: be-faithful-unto-death.
  • ISBN: 1858660602
  • Release Date: 1995
  • Number of pages: 312
  • Author: Zsigmond Móricz
  • Publisher: Central European University Press



Written by Hungary's greatest modern novelist, Be Faithful Unto Death is the moving story of a bright and sensitive schoolboy growing up in an old, established boarding school in the city of Debrecen in eastern Hungary. Misi, a dreamer and would-be writer, is falsely accused of stealing a winning lottery ticket. The torments brought on by this incident which he is forced to undergo, and from which he grows, are superbly described, as Stephen Vizinczey's new translation unleashes the full power of Móricz's prose. First published in 1921, the novel is brimming with vivid detail from the provincial life that Móricz knew so well, and shot through with a sense of the tragic fate of a newly truncated Hungary. But ultimately it is the universal quality of the experience captured here, and the author's uncanny ability to rediscover for the reader precisely what it feels like to be that child, which makes this portrait of the artist as a young boy not merely a Hungarian, but an international classic.

The Giver

  • Filename: the-giver.
  • ISBN: 080726203X
  • Release Date: 1993
  • Number of pages:
  • Author: Lois Lowry
  • Publisher:



Given his lifetime assignment at the Ceremony of Twelve, Jonas becomes the receiver of memories shared by only one other in his community and discovers the terrible truth about the society in which he lives.

Faithful Ruslan

  • Filename: faithful-ruslan.
  • ISBN: 9781612190099
  • Release Date: 2011-09-27
  • Number of pages: 224
  • Author: Georgi Vladimov
  • Publisher: Melville House



Unavailable for twenty years, this harrowing allegory of obedience to authority is esteemed as “one of the defining literary texts of the post-Stalin period.” (The Guardian) Set in a remote Siberian depot immediately following the demolition of one of the gulag’s notorious camps and the emancipation of its prisoners, Faithful Ruslan is an embittered cri de coeur from a writer whose circumstances obliged him to resist the violence of arbitrary power. “Every writer who writes anything in this country is made to feel he has committed a crime,” Georgi Vladimov said. Dissident, he said, is a word that “they force on you.” His mother, a victim of Stalin’s anti-Semitic policy, had been interred for two years in one of the camps from which Vladimov derived the wrenching detail of Faithful Ruslan. The novel circulated in samizdat for more than a decade, often attributed to Solzhenitsyn, before its publication in the West led to Vladimov’s harassment and exile. A starving stray, tortured and abandoned by the godlike “Master” whom he has unconditionally loved, Ruslan and his cadre of fellow guard dogs dutifully wait for the arrival of new prisoners—but the unexpected arrival of a work party provokes a climactic bloodletting. Fashioned from the perceptions of an uncomprehending animal, Vladimov’s insistently ironic indictment of the gulag spirals to encompass all of Man’s inexplicable cruelty. From the Trade Paperback edition.

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