Going Back

Author: Rachael English

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1409145212

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

View: 6938

From Ireland to the USA, a heart-warming story of family, friendships and love, of difficult decisions and lifelong consequences from a well-loved Irish radio personality. How do you know where you belong? In June 1988, Elizabeth Kelly's parents think she belongs at home in Ireland. Her boyfriend is certain of it. Unwilling to settle down just yet, she decides to spend the summer in Boston with her college friends. But the next four months change all of them, especially Elizabeth. Quiet and dutiful at home, she surprises herself and everyone else by falling for Danny Esposito, a restless charmer with a troublesome family. More than 20 years later with opportunities in Ireland scarce once again, a new generation looks to America, awakening memories of a golden summer for their parents. When a crisis occurs, Elizabeth returns to Boston where she is drawn back into the life she once lived. But will she be able to reconcile the dreams of her 20-year-old self with the woman she has become?

Going Back

Author: Gene P. Abel

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1950906752

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 246

View: 9343

Time travel, science, history, and romance come together in the bestselling first novel in the Defenders of Time Series. When two scientists at a symposium on time travel are killed, followed immediately by the shocking detection of a time displacement wave, or TDW—the science world is shaken by the signs of someone traveling back in time to change the past. While their identity and goals are unknown, it’s clear that they’ll have to be stopped before they change the pattern of history. Special Agent Lou Hessman and his team are tasked with going back to the New York City of the year 1919 to find and stop this TDW. Not an easy task under any circumstance, but the question remains: Are these changes something they want to fix? Look for the Defenders of Time series to continue with Kidnappers from the Future, coming October 8, 2021

No Going Back

Author: Mark L. Van Name

Publisher: Baen Publishing Enterprises

ISBN: 1618249428

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

View: 9867

Jon and Lobo are back¾and everything is about to change. If they both survive. Haunted by memories of children he could not save, Jon Moore is so increasingly self-destructive that even his best friend, the hyper-intelligent Predator-Class Assault Vehicle, Lobo, is worried. When Jon risks meeting a woman from his distant past and undertakes a high-stakes mission, Lobo fears this will be their last. The job is illegal. They have to take on one of the oldest, most powerful men alive. Two different security forces are tracking them. And Jon is falling in love. Desperate and out of options on a world so inhospitable that its statues and monuments outnumber its living inhabitants, Jon and Lobo encounter their deadliest challenges yet. They must make decisions from which there truly is No Going Back. At the publisher's request, this title is sold without DRM (Digital Rights Management).

Going Back Home

Author: Tina DeMelfi-Warner

Publisher: Covenant Books, Inc.

ISBN: 1638854750

Category: Fiction

Page: 40

View: 4492

Aaron and Julianna go traveling and have a wonderful time at first. Does this couple have what it takes to stay together? Julianna wants to go back to the valley. Is this going to cause conflict in the marriage? Will the couple be welcomed back into the valley, or will the rumors start again and divide them? Will Aaron be able to provide for the family, or will he need to stay in the city while Julianna goes back. How can the couple remain in peace with one another if a solution does not create serenity? Dominic meets up with the couple. Is this going to be a nice reunion, or is it going to cause more issues?

Never Going Back

Author: Thomas E. Warner

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 9780802084606

Category: Social Science

Page: 430

View: 6119

Drawing on interviews with leading gay and lesbian activists across Canada, Warner chronicles and analyzes a tumultuous grassroots struggle for sexual liberation, legislated equality, and fundamental social change.

No Going Back

Author: Alex Gutteridge

Publisher: Bonnier Publishing Fiction Ltd.

ISBN: 1783700211

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 368

View: 3605

Fifteen-year-old Laura gets the shock of her life when she moves to rural Derbyshire and finds the ghost of her dead father in her grandmother's home. At first Laura is overjoyed to see him, but as time passes she begins to wonder why her dad is finding it so difficult to move on, and why her mother still refuses to talk about his death. What is the secret that has been kept from her for all these years?

No Going Back

Author: Karen Foley

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 1459233360

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

View: 1572

Subject: Army Special Ops Major Chase Rawlins Current Status: On tour in Afghanistan Mission: Babysitting civilians Obstacle: Keeping his mind on his duty…and his hands off a certain sexy civvy Major Chase Rawlins is one of the toughest military SOBs around. His job? Take out terrorists. So why is he escorting publicist Kate Fitzgerald around the base in order to prep for a visiting pop star? It's the last thing he wants to do. Even if Kate does make his blood run hotter than the Afghan desert…. Thanks to her starlet half sister, Kate is used to "challenging" situations. But when Major Sexypants informs her that he will handle all of her needs, Kate finds herself tempted to do her own reconnaissance…under Chase's uniform! One week. One chance. And once they start, there's no going back!


Author: Anna Patrick

Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1838590552

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

View: 7834

Poland 1944 Arrested by the Gestapo for carrying a gun, Marta has to think fast. With a mixture of courage, cunning and sheer good luck, she faces down her interrogators and protects her beloved fiancé. But at what cost to her? Nothing in her privileged background prepares her for the horrors of Ravensbruck concentration camp in Germany. Close friendships and an unshakeable belief help her survive. As the war ends, she has to pull together the fragments of her shattered life. What does the future hold and will she ever see her fiancé again? Blending imagination with historical fact and the memories of an exceptional woman, No Going Back is a tale as gripping as it is moving and offers a unique insight into one of modern Europe’s darkest periods.

Going Back

Author: Charles Furey

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 9780803269132

Category: History

Page: 230

View: 3502

Like millions of other young Americans in the 1930s, Charles Furey grew up surrounded by the images and memories of World War I, not knowing that he was part of a generation bred for another war. Pearl Harbor changed all that. In 1942 he enlisted in the Navy and, for the next three years, fought in a war that transformed him, the nation, and the world. From that time Furey has fashioned this superbly written memoir that follows him from his stateside training, his service as an air crewman on a patrol bomber, his long recovery from a fiery plane crash, all the way to his poignant homecoming. Along with harrowing accounts of air actions over the South Pacific and grim descriptions of wounded men in hospitals, Going Back includes many vividly portrayed characters and offers remarkable insight. Readers will long remember such men as Lieutenant Morrison, the man whose small gesture forged an intense camaraderie among his crew, and Murphy, the Marine whose humor helped dull the pain of Furey's wounds. Nor will they soon forget the author's reflections on the fate that history held for him, his friends, and all those who came of age with him, or his stunning evocation of a period of great national change. Going Back provides a colorful and honest recollection of the war years and addresses such timeless themes as loyalty, humor, family, and profound loss.

Cuba—Going Back

Author: Tony Mendoza

Publisher: University of Texas Press

ISBN: 0292788150

Category: Photography

Page: 155

View: 391

Imagine being unable to return to your homeland for thirty-six years. What would you do if you finally got a chance to go back? In 1996, after travel restrictions between the United States and Cuba were relaxed, Cuban exile Tony Mendoza answered that question. Taking his cameras, notebooks, and an unquenchable curiosity, he returned for his first visit to Cuba since the summer of 1960, when he emigrated with his family at age eighteen. In this book he presents over eighty evocative photographs accompanied by a beautifully written text that mingles the voices of many Cubans with his own to offer a compelling portrait of a resilient people awaiting the inevitable passing of the socialist system that has failed them. His photographs and interviews bear striking witness to the hardships and inequalities that exist in this workers’ "paradise," where the daily struggle to make ends meet on an average income of eight dollars a month has created a longing for change even in formerly ardent revolutionaries. At the same time, Cuba—Going Back is an eloquent record of a personal journey back in time and memory that will resonate with viewers and readers both within and beyond the Cuban American community. It belongs on the shelves of anyone who values excellent photography and well-crafted prose.