Laurel Thomas has always known that there was something sinister and inhuman about her husband. Sometimes it is as if he is some one else as you delve deeper into his and the other characters minds. Are they all in control of their lives or is some higher consciousness responsible for their lives. She continually looks for the solutions to these questions. Journey with her through the troubles of her psyche and body that the others in her life subject her to again and again. While she tries to regain her lost strength and find love for perhaps the first time Laurel realizes that the insidious web is more far spread than she ever could have imagined. Witness the deterioration of the world around her seeking answers and only finding more to question. Can she trust any one other than herself or is she a lone voice of truth in a world of lies and deceits. Travel through her struggles with betrayal by those she loves and the slow torture she endures from a menacing computer game. Read to see if she is strong enough to fight an evil she can’t fully comprehend, but is compelled by some indomitable will to fight. Will she be able to overcome the seemingly evil games that are played with her mind and her body? Will her son be able to help her in the fight of what could be both their lives? Will they prevail over evil or give in to the lure of peace and sanctity the aliens promise? The intensity of this story comes to a conclusion sure to satisfy and leave you wanting more. You will leave off this novel with a sense of wonderment and perhaps you will begin to see more clearly into your own lives. But no matter what, you will find her story hard to put down after you begin the sojourn into one woman’s seemingly insane mind.
Laurel Thomas has always known that there was something sinister and inhuman about her husband. Sometimes it is as if he is some one else as you delve deeper into his and the other characters minds. Are they all in control of their lives or is some higher consciousness responsible
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-03-13 - Publisher: University of Washington Press
In the hill country of northeast Cambodia, just a few kilometers from the Vietnam border, sits the village of Tang Kadon. This community of hill rice farmers of the Jarai ethnic minority group survived aerial bombardment and the American invasion of Cambodia during the Vietnam War, only to find themselves
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-08-19 - Publisher: Hong Kong University Press
Fragmented Memories and Screening Nostalgia for the Cultural Revolution argues that films and TV dramas about the Cultural Revolution made after China’s accession to the WTO in 2001 tend to represent personal memories in a markedly sentimental, nostalgic, and fragmented manner. This new trend is a significant departure from earlier
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012 - Publisher: Intellect Books
Taking as its starting point four contemporary visual artists whose work utilizes the conventions of museum display and collecting practices, Memory Fragments examines how these artists have reconfigured dominant representations of Australian history and identity, including viewpoints often marginalized by gender and race. Echoing Walter Benjamin's reflections on history and