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Flowers from the Storm

Flowers from the Storm
Author: Laura Kinsale
Publisher: Harper Collins
Total Pages: 561
Release: 2009-10-13
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 0061743720

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The Duke of Jervaulx was brilliant and dangerous. Considered dissolute, reckless, and extravagant, he was transparently referred to as the ′D of J′ in scandal sheets, where he and his various exploits featured with frequency. But sometimes the most womanising rake can be irresistible, and even his most casual attentions fascinated the sheltered Maddy Timms, quiet daughter of a simple mathematician.


Storm Front

Storm Front
Author: John Sandford
Publisher: Penguin
Total Pages: 433
Release: 2014-09-30
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 0425270246

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#1 New York Times Bestseller An ancient relic is unearthed during an archaeological dig. A Minnesota college professor is keeping a secret that could change the world’s history as we know it. For Virgil Flowers, the link between the two is inescapable—and his investigation, more dangerous and far-reaching than he can possibly imagine.


Flowers for Sarajevo

Flowers for Sarajevo
Author: John McCutcheon
Publisher: Holiday House
Total Pages: 35
Release: 2024-01-30
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 1682636747

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Young Drasko is happy working with his father in the Sarajevo market. Then war encroaches. Drasko must run the family flower stand alone. One morning, the bakery is bombed and twenty-two people are killed. The next day, a cellist walks to the bombsite and plays the most heartbreaking music Drasko can imagine. The cellist returns for twenty-two days, one day for each victim of the bombing. Inspired by the musician's response, Drasko finds a way to help make Sarajevo beautiful again. Inspired by real events of the Bosnian War, award-winning songwriter and storyteller John McCutcheon tells the uplifting story of the power of beauty in the face of violence and suffering. The story comes to life with the included CD in which cellist Vedran Smailović accompanies McCutcheon and performs the melody that he played in 1992 to honor those who died in the Sarajevo mortar blast.


Flower in a Storm, Vol. 1

Flower in a Storm, Vol. 1
Author: Shigeyoshi Takagi
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
Total Pages: 195
Release: 2016-11-22
Genre: Comics & Graphic Novels
ISBN: 1421594528

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If Ran can’t capture her by five o’clock the next day, he’ll give up on her, but he has all that money can buy at his disposal. However, Riko has one trick up her sleeve—she has superpowers! -- VIZ Media


Harbinger of the Storm

Harbinger of the Storm
Author: Aliette de Bodard
Publisher: Jabberwocky Literary Agency, Inc.
Total Pages: 384
Release: 2016-01-05
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1625671636

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The second book in the critically acclaimed Obsidian and Blood trilogy: The year is Two House, and the Emperor of the Mexica has just died. The protections he afforded the Empire are crumbling, and the way lies wide open to the flesh-eating star-demons--and to the return of their creator, a malevolent goddess only held in check by the War God's power. The council should convene to choose a new Emperor, but they are too busy plotting against each other. And then someone starts summoning star-demons within the palace, to kill councilmen... Acatl, High Priest of the Dead, must find the culprit before everything is torn apart. REVIEWS: ‘Political intrigue and rivalry among a complex pantheon of divinities drive this well-paced murder mystery set at the height of the Aztec Empire in the late 15th century. De Bodard reintroduces the series hero Acatl, high priest of the dead, immediately following the death of the Tenochtitlan leader. One of the council members in charge of choosing a successor has been brutally murdered in what looks like an attempt to influence the decision. But the deaths continue and the political situation grows more complex, while the empire looks to be increasingly at risk of invasion by malignant powers. Acatl must go face-to-face with the most powerful god in his world and put the good of the empire above his antipathy for is rivals to achieve the uneasy succession. De Bodard incorporates historical fact with great ease and manages the rare feat of explaining complex culture and political system without lecturing or boring the reader.’ —Publishers Weekly ‘Another thing that intrigues me here is the whole fact that historically we know that the real empire died out mysteriously and completely and as such there is always that thought in the back of my mind that the author could choose to bring about the end of days. That highlighted sense of possible doom is something that is missing from too many novels. The way the story is told in this book is very impressive, the plot is both mature and seductive, twisting and turning like a weather vane in a force 9 gale while the action is both bloodthirsty and imaginative. The world building is fantastic and we get to learn even more of this rich culture and the many gods and creatures of the dark. I really can’t fault this book at all and recommend it to one and all but if you haven’t yet read Servant of the Underworld I suggest that you get them both and read them in order, you won’t be disappointed.’ —SF Book Reviews ‘Bodard’s writing is polished and striking, as she convincingly fills in the colorful elements of the Aztec culture–even if those colors tend to be of blood and bile as well as flowers and hummingbirds... beautiful, grimy, breathtaking, and morbid. 5*’ —Examiner ‘Aliette de Bodard has done it again. Harbinger of the Storm is an action packed Aztec mystery opera with magic, interventions from the gods and more twists and turns than the first book. It even has a love story with amusing snippets here and there... The story is self contained and can be enjoyed standalone, but you will not want to miss out on the first. I wish it was 2012 already even if the world is going under while I read the final Obsidian & Blood.’ —Cybermage


The Dancing Flowers

The Dancing Flowers
Author: Daniella M. Sprindys
Publisher: Archway Publishing
Total Pages: 34
Release: 2015-09-02
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 1480821195

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Bella is the most beautiful and amazing flower. One afternoon as the skies darken and a storm moves in, Bellas parents tell her to bend with the wind and rely on her roots to survive. As hail batters little Bella, she remembers her parents words and stands strong. As the storm passes and she rises in color and life, Bella has no idea that she is about to face an ever greater danger than nature. But through Bellas splendor and tenderness, she teaches a valuable lesson that proves that her beauty is not only on the outside, but also within her heart. The Dancing Flowers is an inspirational childrens story about a beautiful little flower who finds the courage to weather all her storms through love, compassion, and family.


The Flowers

The Flowers
Author: Dagoberto Gilb
Publisher: Open Road + Grove/Atlantic
Total Pages: 325
Release: 2009-02-17
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1555848222

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Dagoberto Gilb is “one of the most powerful writers in his generation, and The Flowers is perhaps his best book . . . Not to be missed” (Larry McMurtry). Sonny Bravo is a sensitive, unusually smart fifteen-year-old who lives with his vivacious mother. But when she marries an Okie building contractor, they are uprooted to a small apartment building in a city where prejudice is not just white against black, but also brown. As Sonny meets his new neighbors, he is inexorably ensnared in their lives: Cindy, a married, bored, drugged-up eighteen-year-old; Nica, a cloistered Mexican girl who cares for her infant brother despite never being allowed to leave her apartment: Pink, an albino black man who sells old cars in front of the building; and Bud, a muscle-bound construction worker who hates blacks and Mexicans, even while he’s married to a Mexican-American woman. In arguably his most powerful work yet, Dagoberto Gilb has written “a psychologically complex novel” that transcends age, race, and time, displaying the fearlessness and wit that have helped make him one of America’s most authentic and original voices (The Washington Post).


Tender Is the Storm

Tender Is the Storm
Author: Johanna Lindsey
Publisher: Harper Collins
Total Pages: 384
Release: 2011-06-14
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 0062106708

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Headstrong heiress Sharisse Hammond wants no part of the New York society marriage that has been arranged for her. So she heads west across a vast and dangerous land -- with no intention of honoring her agreement to become the mail-order bride of a rugged Arizona rancher. But Lucas Holt needs a wife -- any wife -- if his plan to destroy his most hated enemy is to succeed. And this gullible Eastern lady would do quite nicely. However, their separate schemes to use one another are complicated by raw, aching passion. For Lucas's beautiful, unsuspecting pawn was not supposed to be so irresistible alluring. And freedom-loving Sharisse never dreamed she could ever desire one man so much!


Cooking Up a Storm

Cooking Up a Storm
Author: Emma Holly
Publisher: Macmillan
Total Pages: 292
Release: 2007
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9780352341143

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A playboy chef rescues the Choates Inn Restaurant in Cape Cod with an aphrodisiac menu that patrons can't resist. Can the restaurant's owner, Abby, tear herself away long enough to realize he might be trying to steal the restaurant from under her nose?


There Should Be Flowers

There Should Be Flowers
Author: Joshua Jennifer Espinoza
Publisher: Civil Coping Mechanisms
Total Pages: 100
Release: 2016-08-15
Genre: Poetry
ISBN: 9781937865733

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How long can I keep tricking you into thinking what I'm doing is poetry and not me begging you to let us live?