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The Sunrise

Author: Alan Wheeler
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1942451857
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The Sunrise is a story of two soulmates who endure tragedy with faith and love.

Beyond The Sunrise

Author: Mary Balogh
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698156110
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From the New York Times bestselling author of the Survivor’s Club novels comes “an epic love story” (Publishers Weekly) of intrigue and deception and the promises that can break a heart.… “I will love you all my life and even beyond that.” Even at fifteen, Jeanne, the privileged daughter of a royalist émigré, knew what she liked: Englishman Robert Blake, bastard son of a marquess. Yet his questionable birth rendered him forbidden. Forced to part, they were still young enough to believe in tomorrow. But as time passed, that brief ephemeral flirtation at Haddington Hall faded into memory. Eleven years later in Portugal, during the Peninsular Wars, they meet again, both of them spies, and destined to be working on opposing sides. He is now a captain with the British army. She is the widowed Marquesa das Minas—sometimes going by the name Joana da Fonte. However for only one of them does the flicker of recognition still burn. Amid the fury of war and in the shadow of secrets, passion flares once again. But for Joana and Robert, each entrusted to a dangerous mission that demands deception, falling in love could be the most dangerous risk of all.

Chasing The Sunrise

Author: Ruth Anne Drown
ISBN: 1387839136
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"Chasing the Sunrise"is a novel that spans five generations of a family that began with Sophia and Nicholas Lipinski, Polish immigrants who came to America in 1925. The story centers around Veronica Sanderson Simms, granddaughter of Nicholas and Sophia who after a diagnosis of Parkinson's disease fights to hold on to everything that is important to her. The other characters fight their own battles. Theirs is a story of faith, love, passion, loss, gain, forgiveness, sacrifice, and redemption. The only part of the story that is not fiction is the reality of symptoms and treatment of Parkinson's. That is the author's story

Wait For The Sunrise

Author: Saundra Luchs
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 9781440191916
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As Brad swept up the mess, I admired his muscular body. Suddenly, I was filled with a longing to have his arms around me. "No," I thought to myself angrily, looking away from him. "I've got to let this fantasy of mine go. If Brad knew I was in love with him, our friendship would be ruined!" Thoughts like these plagued Sarah soon after her eighteenth birthday after she and her best friend, Brad, almost kissed. Since the day they had become friends, they had been teased that they would one day fall in love, but Sarah had always laughed at the idea. How could she be in love with Brad? She didn't know, but she was convinced that Brad didnt feel the same way. She knew she had to keep it a secret and forget about her feelings. To keep her mind off Brad, she decided to find a new boyfriend right away. Her chance came at the next dance, where she ran into Kevin, who was her first serious crush and who had moved away years ago. Kevin was the perfect distraction, or so she thought. Little did she know what terrifying and exciting events were about to happen.

Waiting For The Sunrise

Author: Cathy Smith
Publisher: Cathy Smith
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Waiting for the Sunrise is the collected poetry and free verse memoir of award-winning nature poet Cathy Smith. It contains many full color illustrative photos chronicling her coast to coast journeys in the United States, Mexico and Canada. Written in free verse (no rhyme), the poems are easy to read and the book makes a lovely 'Book of Days' - a fine way to start your day, reading one poem at a time. This is a sort of a calendar of emotions and zen-like observations of natural phenomenon.

The Sunrise

Author: Victoria Hislop
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0755377826
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The No. 1 Sunday Times bestseller In the summer of 1972, Famagusta in Cyprus is the most desirable resort in the Mediterranean, a city bathed in the glow of good fortune. An ambitious couple are about to open the island's most spectacular hotel, where Greek and Turkish Cypriots work in harmony. Two neighbouring families, the Georgious and the Özkans, are among many who moved to Famagusta to escape the years of unrest and ethnic violence elsewhere on the island. But beneath the city's façade of glamour and success, tension is building. When a Greek coup plunges the island into chaos, Cyprus faces a disastrous conflict. Turkey invades to protect the Turkish Cypriot minority, and Famagusta is shelled. Forty thousand people seize their most precious possessions and flee from the advancing soldiers. In the deserted city, just two families remain. This is their story.

The Sunrise Liturgy

Author: Mia Anderson
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1620320169
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Committing theology to poetry is not new, but it's not wildly common. The Sunrise Liturgy aims to do just that. It is a sequence, like liturgy, with a start and a procession and a finish. The sun does the processing, and the play on sun and Son is never far from sight. Sunrise gives the cantus firmus to this theological theme and variations, where the going is by turns easy, by turns thickly polyphonic--take a deep breath! The cantus firmus shifts from voice to voice, disappearing, towards year's end, beyond the audible range of human mortals. But there are other mortals in this procession of the year, "acolytes of the Holy Impotence," and under and beside and through it all flows the St. Lawrence River, le fleuve, winding across the page, a tidal presence at once natural and mystical. As are the snow geese. As is the heron. There is an attempt to wrestle with a credible theodicy, especially environmental. There is a profound penchant for the eremitic, with nods to The Cloud of Unknowing and Gregory of Nyssa. And always there is the priestly sense of "performance," enactment, and Eucharist, for this is a priest speaking.

The Sunrise Remembers

Author: Jackie K. Cooper
Publisher: Mercer University Press
ISBN: 9780881461244
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Every morning when the sun rises it brings back memories of your life and loans them to you for another day. At least this is what Cooper believes and uses as the inspiration for this new book of stories. As each new day dawns, the sunrise provides us with memories of our past and in that way helps to shape our present and our future. After all, memories are golden drops of dew on the lawn of our lives. They are there for us to discover and to savor. Join Cooper as he remembers a life well lived and a present that is inspiring.

The Sunrise Band

Author: Jeff Dinardo
Publisher: Red Chair Press
ISBN: 1939656257
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Owl and Lizard are as different as night and day. Can they work out their differences and band together? Concept: Cooperating. Book features: Big Words and Big Questions; original illustrations.

Expect The Sunrise

Author: Susan May Warren
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9781414328607
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Bush pilot Andee MacLeod and FBI agent Stirling "Mac" McRae must learn to trust God and each other after their plane crashes in the Alaskan forest, and with little hope of rescue, they are forced to lead the small group of survivors--one of which may be a terrorist--to safety.