On the Beach

On the Beach Author Nevil Shute
ISBN-10 0307476987
Release 2010-02-09
Pages 320
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"The most shocking fiction I have read in years. What is shocking about it is both the idea and the sheer imaginative brilliance with which Mr. Shute brings it off." THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE They are the last generation, the innocent victims of an accidental war, living out their last days, making do with what they have, hoping for a miracle. As the deadly rain moves ever closer, the world as we know it winds toward an inevitable end....



On the Beach

On the Beach Author Nevil Shute
ISBN-10 9781551998626
Release 2015-09-01
Pages 210
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A classic work of post-apocalyptic fiction, and a haunting look at the capacity of humankind for self-destruction. On the Beach is set in the wake of World War III; the world has been rendered almost completely uninhabitable due to Nuclear Fallout, with the only liveable areas, located in the southern part of the planet, on a short clock as air currents threaten to eventually spread the fallout over the entire planet. When Austrlia receives a morse code message from the Seattle area, they dispatch one of the last nuclear submarines in hopes of finding survivors. Penguin Random House Canada is proud to bring you classic works of literature in e-book form, with the highest quality production values. Find more today and rediscover books you never knew you loved.



On the Beach

On the Beach Author Nevil Shute
ISBN-10 0345420195
Release 1957
Pages 320
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Following a nuclear war in the Northern Hemisphere, the inhabitants of a small Australian community wait for the inevitable aftereffects of the bombs to reach them.



Beowulf on the Beach

Beowulf on the Beach Author Jack Murnighan
ISBN-10 9780307459879
Release 2009-05-19
Pages 384
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Feel bad about not reading or not enjoying the so-called great books? Don’t sweat it, it’s not your fault. Did anyone tell you that Anna Karenina is a beach read, that Dickens is hilarious, that the Iliad’s battle scenes rival Hollywood’s for gore, or that Joyce is at his best when he’s talking about booze, sex, or organ meats? Writer and professor Jack Murnighan says it’s time to give literature another look, but this time you’ll enjoy yourself. With a little help, you’ll see just how great the great books are: how they can make you laugh, moisten your eyes, turn you on, and leave you awestruck and deeply moved. Beowulf on the Beach is your field guide–erudite, witty, and fun-loving–for helping you read and relish fifty of the biggest (and most skipped) classics of all time. For each book, Murnighan reveals how to get the most out of your reading and provides a crib sheet that includes the Buzz, the Best Line, What’s Sexy, and What to Skip. From the Trade Paperback edition.



Bones on the Beach

Bones on the Beach Author Peter Davidson
ISBN-10 9781101188088
Release 2010-06-01
Pages 304
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The true story of an undercover cop who went under the covers with a wiseguy. She was a married organized crime detective. He was the Mafia wiseguy she was trailing. Their affair would shake the very foundation of Miami's criminal underworld-and end in murder.



A Walk on the Beach

A Walk on the Beach Author Joan Anderson
ISBN-10 9780307418784
Release 2007-12-18
Pages 240
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Shortly after arriving on Cape Cod to spend a year by herself, Joan Anderson’s chance encounter with a wise, playful, and astonishing woman helped her usher in the transformations and self-discoveries that led to her ongoing renewal. First glimpsed as a slender figure on a fogged-in beach, Joan Erikson was not only a friend and confidante when one was most needed, but also a guide as Anderson stretched and grew into her unfinished self. Joan Erikson was perhaps best known for her collaboration with her husband, Erik, a pioneering psychoanalyst and noted author. After Erik’s death, she wrote several books extending their theory of the stages of life to reflect her understanding of aging as she neared ninety-five. But her wisdom was best taught through their friendship; as she sat with Anderson, weaving tapestries of their lives with brightly colored yarn while exploring the strength gathered from their accumulated experiences, Joan Erikson’s lessons took shape on their small cardboard looms as well as in her friend’s revitalized life. In writing about their extraordinary friendship, Anderson reveals a need she didn’t know she had: for a mentor to help navigate the transitions she faced as she grew beyond middle age. And when Joan Erikson had to face her husband’s death and the growing limitations of her own body, Anderson was able to give back some of the wisdom she had gleaned. To this poignant, joyful account, Joan Anderson brings the candor and sensitivity that have made her an acclaimed speaker and writer on midlife and its possibilities. A Walk on the Beach is an experience to savor and treasure, a glimpse of the exuberant spirit that can be sustained and passed on in all our friendships.



A Walk on the Beach

A Walk on the Beach Author Buddy McCoy
ISBN-10 9781434312105
Release 2007-03-30
Pages 268
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This is a Christian book. Saul changed from killer, to Paul a Christian. Saul of Tarsus (now Paul the Apostle) was confronted with a vision of Jesus while on the road to the ancient city of Damascus and had been temporarily blinded. He was led to the house of Judas, who lived on Straight Street, but they were led by the hand and brought into Damascus, and he was three days without sight, and neither did he eat or drink.



The Nest on the Beach

The Nest on the Beach Author Annette Smith
ISBN-10 0170097196
Release 2001
Pages 16
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The accurately presented setting of this narrative gives reason for the agitation experienced by a sea bird when its nesting environment is threatened. Understanding the effect of setting is an essential feature of narrative texts.



Breakfast on the Beach

Breakfast on the Beach Author Cook David C
ISBN-10 9781434768261
Release 2008-06-01
Pages 16
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Features the Bible story of Jesus' breakfast on the beach with his disciples.



Walks on the Beach

Walks on the Beach Author Sandy Gingras
ISBN-10 9781449402051
Release 2010-09-14
Pages 72
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Inside this inspiring little book, author and artist Sandy Gingras offers ways to find peace, hope, and healing at the beach. Each "walk" is a mini-essay about self-discovery, particularly a woman's self-discovery. Sandy muses about learning patience, leaving it all behind, taking risks and chances, recovering after storms, enduring and gaining strength, and loving and losing and loving again. Gingras finds inspiration in beachy moments and shows us that lessons are everywhere on her beach walks--in a split shell, in a dribble castle, in an upside-down horseshoe crab, in a green jetty, and in the freedom of wearing nothing but a bathing suit. Gingras's watercolors invite you to come along on her "walks." Even if you can't actually walk on the beach each day, Walks on the Beach gives you the sense that you have a little sand between your toes, a little beach in your heart, and a little beach philosophy in your everyday life.



On the Beach Nevil Shute Norway Literary Thoughts Edition

On the Beach  Nevil Shute Norway   Literary Thoughts Edition Author Nevil Shute Norway
ISBN-10 9783741863981
Release 2016-11-08
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Literary Thoughts edition presents On the Beach by Nevil Shute Norway ------ "On the Beach", written in 1957 by British-Australian author Nevil Shute Norway (Nevil Shute Norway (1899-1960), is a post-apocalyptic novel, which details the experiences of a mixed group of people in Melbourne after a preceding nuclear war and the subsequent arrival of deadly radiation ... All books of the Literary Thoughts edition have been transscribed from original prints and edited for better reading experience. Please visit our homepage www.literarythoughts.com to see our other publications.



The Tent on the Beach and Other Poems

The Tent on the Beach and Other Poems Author John Greenleaf Whittier
ISBN-10 UVA:X002555526
Release 1869
Pages 172
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The Tent on the Beach and Other Poems has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Tent on the Beach and Other Poems also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Tent on the Beach and Other Poems book for free.



The Beach Book

The Beach Book Author Carl Heywood Hobbs
ISBN-10 9780231160544
Release 2012
Pages 195
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Waves and tides, wind and storms, sea-level rise and shore erosion: these are the forces that shape our beaches, and beach lovers of all stripes can benefit from learning more about how these coastal processes work. With animation and clarity, The Beach Book tells sunbathers why beaches widen and narrow, and helps boaters and anglers understand why tidal inlets migrate. It gives home buyers insight into erosion rates and provides natural-resource managers and interested citizens with rich information on beach nourishment and coastal-zone development. And for all of us concerned about the long-term health of our beaches, it outlines the latest scientific information on sea-level rise and introduces ways to combat not only the erosion of beaches but also the decline of other coastal habitats. The more we learn about coastline formation and maintenance, Carl Hobbs argues, the better we can appreciate and cultivate our shores. Informed by the latest research and infused with a passion for its subject, The Beach Book provides a wide-ranging introduction to the shore, and all of us who love the beach and its associated environments will find it timely and useful.



The House on the Beach

The House on the Beach Author George Meredith
ISBN-10 9781465603500
Release 1910
Pages 200
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The experience of great officials who have laid down their dignities before death, or have had the philosophic mind to review themselves while still wielding the deputy sceptre, teaches them that in the exercise of authority over men an eccentric behaviour in trifles has most exposed them to hostile criticism and gone farthest to jeopardize their popularity. It is their Achilles' heel; the place where their mother Nature holds them as she dips them in our waters. The eccentricity of common persons is the entertainment of the multitude, and the maternal hand is perceived for a cherishing and endearing sign upon them; but rarely can this be found suitable for the august in station; only, indeed, when their sceptre is no more fearful than a grandmother's birch; and these must learn from it sooner or later that they are uncomfortably mortal. When herrings are at auction on a beach, for example, the man of chief distinction in the town should not step in among a poor fraternity to take advantage of an occasion of cheapness, though it be done, as he may protest, to relieve the fishermen of a burden; nor should such a dignitary as the bailiff of a Cinque Port carry home the spoil of victorious bargaining on his arm in a basket. It is not that his conduct is in itself objectionable, so much as that it causes him to be popularly weighed; and during life, until the best of all advocates can plead before our fellow Englishmen that we are out of their way, it is prudent to avoid the process. Mr. Tinman, however, this high-stepping person in question, happened to have come of a marketing mother. She had started him from a small shop to a big one. He, by the practice of her virtues, had been enabled to start himself as a gentleman. He was a man of this ambition, and prouder behind it. But having started himself precipitately, he took rank among independent incomes, as they are called, only to take fright at the perils of starvation besetting one who has been tempted to abandon the source of fifty per cent. So, if noble imagery were allowable in our time in prose, might alarms and partial regrets be assumed to animate the splendid pumpkin cut loose from the suckers. Deprived of that prodigious nourishment of the shop in the fashionable seaport of Helmstone, he retired upon his native town, the Cinque Port of Crikswich, where he rented the cheapest residence he could discover for his habitation, the House on the Beach, and lived imposingly, though not in total disaccord with his old mother's principles. His income, as he observed to his widowed sister and solitary companion almost daily in their privacy, was respectable. The descent from an altitude of fifty to five per cent. cannot but be felt. Nevertheless it was a comforting midnight bolster reflection for a man, turning over to the other side between a dream and a wink, that he was making no bad debts, and one must pay to be addressed as esquire. Once an esquire, you are off the ground in England and on the ladder. An esquire can offer his hand in marriage to a lady in her own right; plain esquires have married duchesses; they marry baronets' daughters every day of the week.



Selling Nails on the Beach

Selling Nails on the Beach Author Michael Smith
ISBN-10 9780978694807
Release 2006-11-01
Pages 87
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Selling Nails on the Beach has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Selling Nails on the Beach also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Selling Nails on the Beach book for free.



Tigers on the Beach

Tigers on the Beach Author Doug MacLeod
ISBN-10 9780857972071
Release 2014-02-26
Pages 256
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Have you heard the one about the guy who lost a grandfather, but found a girlfriend? It's funny. It's also kind of sad. And some of the bits that are sad are also kind of funny (but only if you laugh at that sort of thing). Adam thinks Samantha could be the one for him. But first he has to sort out his parents' crumbling marriage, stop getting into embarrassing situations involving public nudity, find out what's making his gran so angry, stop his little brother doing something really, really dangerous and work out what's so funny about two tigers on a beach. It can't be that hard, can it? A surreally funny and sensitive story about how comedy unites and divides us, from the award-winning author of The Shiny Guys and The Life of a Teenage Bodysnatcher.



The Beach

The Beach Author Lena Lencek
ISBN-10 0140278028
Release 1999
Pages 310
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A history of the development of the beach traces its image in popular culture, the rise of the great resorts, and the evolution of the leisure industry