Whispers And The Roars
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|Author||: K Webster|
|Publsiher||: K Webster|
|Total Pages||: 279|
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***THIS STANDALONE IS BEST ENJOYED WHEN YOU DON'T READ ANY REVIEWS OR SPOILERS BEFORE READING. GOING IN BLIND IS BEST. TRUST ME.*** From USA Today bestselling author K Webster comes a gripping and emotional psychological romance standalone! I’m a recluse. Sad, quiet, afraid. Sequestered in my home away from the world. It’s better this way. I wasn’t always alone. I had him—my boyfriend, my best friend, my everything. Yeo Anderson. But I sent him away. I was a fungus. Growing and festering. Turning his brilliant parts black with the disease otherwise known as me. My sweet boy was sick in love. I couldn’t bear to think about what he was giving up. For me. I’d poisoned him, but it wasn’t too late. I could fix it. So, I did. But he’s back. The boy blossomed into a man who wants to fight me for me. The past that rules me is dark and chaotic and violent. It always wins. Love isn’t supposed to be a war. Yeo thinks our hearts, though, will win this time. Warning: Whispers and the Roars is a dark romance. Strong sexual themes and violence, which could trigger emotional distress, are found in this story. The abuse written in this story is graphic and not glossed over, which could be upsetting to some. This story is NOT for everyone. Proceed with caution.
|Author||: Kai Adwoa|
|Total Pages||: 116|
|Genre||: Biography & Autobiography|
Download Whispers Roar Roars Whisper Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Whispers Roar; Roars Whisper, through the display of sixty poems, lends particular insight to relationship dynamics and takes turns with humor and despair, lust and evolvement, attempted indifference and utter passion. It spotlights-in greatest measure-the man/woman interaction (whether overtly or by suggestion), the individual quandary, and even the parent/child energy. Whispers Roar; Roars Whisper is tantamount to a self-improvement work of literature-but in verse, and without being pedantic. Intrinsic to the poetic stories, which are honestly and openly expressed (truly, in a no-holds-barred fashion), are life issues and lessons that, due to their sincere presentation, engagingly envelop the reader and are, ultimately, an entertaining compilation. "Kai Adwoa has an excellent grasp on humanity. She allows her emotions to flow in any direction without her intellect navigating them. This allows her to compose superb poetry on the entire spectrum of human emotions." -Anthony A. Thomas, Psychologist "I found Kai Adwoa's poetry to be both brilliant and passionate." -Barbara Butts, Educator
|Author||: Marilynn Chadwick|
|Publsiher||: Simon and Schuster|
|Total Pages||: 241|
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This practical prayer guide contains stories, teachings, and tips to help others pray whether they are new to prayer or lifelong prayer veterans.
|Author||: Emma Clayton|
|Publsiher||: Scholastic UK|
|Total Pages||: 218|
|Genre||: Juvenile Fiction|
Download The Roar 2 The Whisper Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Twins Mika and Ellie have an unusual talent: the ability to hear what others are thinking. Their mission: keeping track of the thoughts of a tyrannical leader and his brainwashed child army. That's when they begin to hear The Whisper ...
|Author||: Addison Moore|
|Publsiher||: Addison Moore|
|Total Pages||: 688|
Download Roar of the Lion Celestra Forever After 7 Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
An angel. A devil. Their crooked love story. The entire world in the balance. I vowed to love you through this life and the next. You made sure that happened in the most nefarious way. But death can’t hold me back. Not from the love I feel. Not from the fury. Hell has never seen the likes of me before. And neither have you. I’m coming back to take my vengeance. I’m coming back to Paragon. To every story there is a beginning, and to every story there is an end. One theme remains the same—no matter which story, no matter who the author may be, everything is working toward its conclusion. Nothing remains the same. And neither will we. New York Times bestselling author Addison Moore takes you back where you belong, to Paragon Island. **Celestra Forever After is a Celestra Series spinoff.*** From the NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY bestselling author, Addison Moore—Cosmopolitan Magazine calls Addison's books, "...easy, frothy fun!" *The Celestra series has over a million copies in circulation and has been optioned for film by 20th Century Fox!*
|Total Pages||: 592|
|Genre||: Child care|
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|Author||: R F Harris|
|Publsiher||: Independently Published|
|Total Pages||: 152|
Download When Whispers Become Roars Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
He just wants to love and be loved. He is a simple man with simple needs, strong not only in the bedroom but also in character. Ten years younger than him, she loves the stability he possesses and his sex is unmatched. He gives her the freedom she needs to grow into herself while remaining confident and steady with his love for her. He is undoubtedly faithful to her despite his looks and charisma, he is one fine man. She just finds him to be boring and predictable. She wants to turn up, and be lavished with gifts. He believes in having a strong foundation, work now to play as hard as you want later. She on the other hand is not trying to hear that. She is a material girl in a material world. When her generous ex shows up she faces a dilemma, will she play with fire or continue to build with the good man she has at home?
|Author||: Ellen Winner|
|Total Pages||: 212|
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A small child looks at a dripping faucet and says that it is drooling." Another calls a centipede a "comb." An older child notices the mess in his younger brother's room and says, "Wow, it sure is neat in here." Children's spontaneous speech is rich in such creative, nonliteral discourse. How do children's abilities to use and interpret figurative language change as they grow older? What does such language show us about the changing features of children's minds? In this absorbing book, psychologist Ellen Winner examines the development of the child's ability to use and understand metaphor and irony. These, she argues, are the two major forms of figurative language and are, moreover, complementary. Metaphor, which describes and sometimes explains, highlights attributes of a topic. As such, it serves primarily a cognitive function. Irony highlights the speaker's attitude toward the subject arid presupposes an appreciation of that attitude by the listener. In contrast to metaphor, irony serves primarily a social function. Winner looks in detail at the ways these forms of language differ structurally and at the cognitive and social capacities required for each. The book not only draws on the author's own empirical studies but also offers a valuable synthesis of research in the area: it is the first account that spans the realm of figurative language. Winner writes clearly and engagingly and enlivens her account with many vivid examples from children's speech. The book will appeal to developmental psychologists, educators, psychologists of language, early-language specialists, students of literature, indeed, anyone who is delighted by the fanciful utterances of young children.