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|Author||: James Gould-Bourn|
|Publisher||: Hachette UK|
|Total Pages||: 239|
'Heartwarming and life affirming! A rare gem of a read!' Heidi Swain 'Hits that sweet spot between being properly funny and gut-punchingly emotional' - Sun 'Reading it made me want to dance. An absolute gem of a book' - Katie Marsh Ronnie has resigned himself to a life of loneliness. His life in the crumbling seaside town of Bingham-on-Sea never seemed that bad, but since the loss of his father, the highlights of Ronnie's solitary days include manning the lost property office at the bus station where he works, and plaguing his local GP with increasingly outlandish ailments. Forgotten or underestimated by all those around him, Ronnie is lost, and he's not expecting to be found. But when a chance encounter leads Ronnie to reluctantly foster Hamlet, an unwanted stray dog, his empty days begin to fill with all manner of new responsibilities and experiences. Can these two lost souls help each other to find a new lease of life? Praise for James Gould-Bourn: 'Uplifting' WOMAN & HOME 'Touching and often hilarious... A truly joyful read' PRESS & JOURNAL 'Fresh and very, very funny. An absolute gem of a book' KATIE MARSH
|Author||: Marilyn Harris|
|Publisher||: Fontana Press|
|Total Pages||: 506|
|Author||: Lucy Foley|
|Publisher||: Harper Perennial|
|Total Pages||: 320|
A sweeping multigenerational story of nostalgia, love, and family secrets Young photographer Kate Darling is reeling from the recent death of her mother, an orphan who became a celebrated ballerina. Grieving and lonely, Kate’s only close companion is her ailing adoptive grandmother, Evie. When Evie reveals a terrible secret, Kate is compelled to rediscover a family history she had thought was lost forever. The story Kate finds is one tightly interwoven with twentieth-century history -- from the heady days of the Roaring Twenties, through the economic crash and political tension of the ’30s, to the grim reality of the Second World War. But it is also the story of a couple deeply in love, separated by the rigid expectations of family and by the events that supersede them. Moving between London, New York, Paris, Venice and Corsica, The Book of Lost and Found is a sweeping story of love across borders and generations, and of cherished dreams and lost possibilities.
|Author||: Ankit Jhamb|
|Publisher||: Kalamos Literary Services|
|Total Pages||: 238|
The biggest problem of our lives is the never-ending longing for meaning and purpose. And at times the road to one's redemption goes through some gloom and doom. Life must rub you on the wrong side for you to come to right side. Arjun, a 30-year-old living a vanilla random life created by the society around him, reaches a point in where the very fundamental of his existence looks weak and bleak. Because of a hapless accident, he travels to Ladakh in search of his own lost self. Starting 4th September 2019, when he tried committing suicide to 14th September 2019 when he finds his calling, his purpose and a true definition for his existence. The journey of these 10 days is not just rivers, mountains and rains. He will have to go through his past agonies, reconcile, forgive, evolve and blossom into a life which he can proudly call it as worth living. In a series of seemingly random interactions with strangers, he meets certain people who teach him the P4 of Life. From being lost in the crowd, Arjun struggles his way to find his passion, learns the importance of pursuing it, the role of learning it like a process and then finding life's purpose in it. The book is your practical guide to the number one dilemma our generation has been living with? What am I made for? Can there be a meaning to life? and Can I ever decode that meaning? Taking a storytelling approach, the book teaches you practical steps to find your passion, daily routine actions for you to keep pursuing it, attaining mastery by learning the process of it and reaching a zone of Purpose and meaning.
|Author||: Anne E. Schraff|
|Publisher||: Townsend Press|
|Total Pages||: 148|
The first novel in the Bluford Series.
|Author||: Helen Paris|
|Publisher||: Random House|
|Total Pages||: 294|
Readers have fallen in love with Lost Property: ***** 'A beautiful book and one of my best reads this year' ***** 'An emotional journey that had me hooked' ***** 'A wonderful, uplifting debut novel' ***** 'Dot is an inspiration' ***** 'Full of sorrow, love and a light humour' ***** 'I am so pleased to have found Dot' ---------------- The Lost Property eBook contains an exclusive extract of Helen's new novel, The Invisible Women's Club - an uplifting novel about friendship, community spirit and the power of connection. Available to pre-order now. ---------------- One lost purse. One lost woman. A chance encounter that changes everything. Dot Watson has lost her way. Wracked with guilt and struggling with grief, she has tucked herself away in the London Transport Lost Property office, finding solace in the process of cataloguing misplaced things. It's not glamorous or exciting, but it's solitary - just the way Dot likes it. That is, until elderly Mr Appleby walks through the door in search of his late wife's purse and Dot immediately feels a connection to him. Determined to help, she sets off on an extraordinary journey, one that could lead Dot to reclaim her life and find where she truly belongs... Perfect for fans of Matt Haig, Rachel Joyce and AJ Pearce, this is a moving and uplifting novel about finding your place in the world. ---------------- 'An enthralling read, full of rich descriptions and characters you can't help but love' Hazel Prior, bestselling author of Away with the Penguins 'A lovely novel about loss and reconnection...both satisfying and joyful' Lissa Evans
|Author||: Giovanna G. Bonomo|
|Total Pages||: 184|
|Author||: Jennifer Summit|
|Publisher||: University of Chicago Press|
|Total Pages||: 296|
|Genre||: Literary Criticism|
The English literary canon is haunted by the figure of the lost woman writer. In our own age, she has been a powerful stimulus for the rediscovery of works written by women. But as Jennifer Summit argues, "the lost woman writer" also served as an evocative symbol during the very formation of an English literary tradition from the fourteenth through the sixteenth centuries. Lost Property traces the representation of women writers from Margery Kempe and Christine de Pizan to Elizabeth I and Mary Queen of Scots, exploring how the woman writer became a focal point for emerging theories of literature and authorship in English precisely because of her perceived alienation from tradition. Through original archival research and readings of key literary texts, Summit writes a new history of the woman writer that reflects the impact of such developments as the introduction of printing, the Reformation, and the rise of the English court as a literary center. A major rethinking of the place of women writers in the histories of books, authorship, and canon-formation, Lost Property demonstrates that, rather than being an unimaginable anomaly, the idea of the woman writer played a key role in the invention of English literature.
|Author||: Signature Journals|
|Total Pages||: 104|
Track all lost property handed in with this simple log book. Information is spread across two pages, allowing enough space to write details. Interior Fields include: Item Number Date Item Description Location Found Turned In By Claimed By Contact Number Signature & Date Release By Please take a look at our other items available in our Amazon store, by clicking our author name above.