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Aftershock Books

  • Autor: Kelly Easton
  • Editor: Margaret K. McElderry Books
  • Relaese Date: 01 December 2006
  • ISBN: 1416900527
  • Format Book: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • Number of page: 224 pages
  • File Size: 19MB
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Description Aftershock de Kelly Easton:

TORMENT: EXTREME PAIN OR ANGUISH OF BODY OR MINDSeventeen-year-old Adam is tormented. His parents have just been killed in a car crash in Idaho, and he has survived. In a speechless state of shock, Adam begins walking home, back to Rhode Island. But he can't think in a straight line: The past and present blend and merge in his thoughts- the future's a blank- he's lost his voice and his money. Memories fling themselves at him like stones, some inflicting great pain.In Adam's harrowing journey he faces many challenges. He confronts situations that demand violence or compromise from him, forcing him to question what it means to be a man, even as he tries to find his voice in a world suddenly devoid of meaning. This gripping and haunting novel is the story of one young man's struggle to survive -- literally -- on the road, and to propel himself emotionally from despair to hope and freedom. Information regarding the writer should not be located and also is taken out in the demand in the article writer. Perhaps you may be keen on various other publications by the Kelly Easton. We had been capable of obtain the majority of the almost all iformatsii in your case. Intended for authors: web site would not include community admittance a person's books on the webpages exclusively initial more knowledge about the hem ebook. If you feel web page is definitely infringing, be sure to write to all of us regarding this and if you're actually the article author of the textbooks, we are going to punctually take away internet pages from your website.

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