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1. Fade to Black Sometimes the Truth Really is Inconvenient - E.Clay

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Two childhood friends torn and separated by betrayal are reunited in the US Marine Corps thirteen years later. Clay, the lead character, sets out to atone for his past indiscretion and seeks out his best friend who survived a horrific accident. Their reunion takes a twist when Clay's friend emerges from the accident a changed man from Traumatic Brain Injury-a person with interesting new talents and diminished capabilities.

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2. Faith, Film and Philosophy Big Ideas on the Big Screen (Large Print 16pt) - R. Douglas Geivett and James S. Spiegel

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'THOSE WHO TELL STORIES RULE SOCIETY.'' PLATO.... So who today are our principal storytellers? Not philosophers, but filmmakers. For those who know both the enormous entertainment potential and the culture-shaping power of film, this book will stir mind and imagination. For great stories freight world-sized ideas, ideas worthy of contemplation and conversation. Great cinema inspires wonder. But another philosopher, Aristotle, reminds us that wonder is the true source of philosophy. So perhaps Plato or Aristotle might have a shot at ruling society, even today - if they took an interest in film. These fourteen essays offer wonderful reflection on classic and contemporary films following several major philosophical themes, all within the context of Christian faith: the human condition, the human mind and the nature of knowing, the moral life, and faith and religion. Citizen Kane, Big Fish, Pretty Woman, Legends of the Fall and The Bridges of Madison County contribute to an in-depth consideration of the human condition. The Truman Show, The Matrix, Being John Malkovich and It's a Wonderful Life, among others, illuminate reflection on the human mind and the nature of knowing. Looking at the moral life, contributors interact with such notable films as Pleasantville, Bowling for Columbine, Mystic River and The Silence of the Lambs. The final section pursues the theme of faith and religion traced through a number of Hong Kong martial arts films, Contact, 2001: A Space Odyssey and U2's music documentary, Rattle and Hum. A veritable film festival for all those who want to nurture the wonder of philosophical inquiry and the love of Christian theology through an engagement with big ideas on the big screen.

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3. Far and Away A Prize Every Time (Large Print 16pt) - Neil Peart

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Following in the tradition of Ghost Rider and Traveling Music, Rush drummer Neil Peart lets us ride with him along the backroads of North America, Europe, and South America, sharing his experiences in personal reflections and full - color photos. Spanning almost four years, these 22 stories are open letters that recount adventures both personal and universal - from the challenges and accomplishments in the professional life of an artist to the birth of a child. These popular stories, originally posted on Neil's website, are now collected and contextualized with a new introduction and conclusion in this beautifully designed collector's volume.
Fans will discover a more intimate side to Neil's very private personal life and will enjoy his observations of natural phenomena. At one point, he anxiously describes the birth of two hummingbirds in his backyard; at the same time, his wife is preparing for the birth of their daughter - a striking synchronicity tenderly related to readers.
A love of drumming, nature, art, and the open road threads through the narrative, as Neil explores new horizons, both physical and spiritual. This is the personal, introspective travelogue of rock's foremost drummer, enthusiastic biker, and sensitive husband and father. Far and Away is a book to be enjoyed again and again, like letters from a distant friend.

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4. Favorite Hymns and Prayers - Chalice Press

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5. Fifty Sides of the Beach Boys (Large Print 16pt) - Mark Dillon

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Catch a wave with original insights behind the best tunes of the Beach Boys
An original look at a beloved band, Fifty Sides of The Beach Boys chronicles the story behind 50 of their greatest songs through exclusive interviews with the Beach Boys, their collaborators, fellow musicians, and famous fans. Featuring interviews with music legends such as Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Alan Jardine, Bruce Johnston, David Marks, Blondie Chaplin, Randy Bachman, Roger McGuinn, John Sebastian, and Alice Cooper, and commentary from a younger generation of musicians and writers such as Lyle Lovett, Matthew Sweet, Jim Fusilli, Cameron Crowe, Daniel Lanois, and Zooey Deschanel, even hardcore fans will be delighted by the breadth of Fifty Sides of The Beach Boys. The Beach Boys' music is as influential and fresh as it was 50 years ago, and this innovative retelling of how the iconic rock group became an essential part of American music history couldn't come at a better time.

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6. Finding Gracie's Glory - Patty Schramm

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Gracie Kato survived years of abuse at the hands of her wife. While her body has healed, her heart and soul remain damaged. Gracie seeks solace at her grandfather's home in the Yukon Territory of Canada. There she'll be able to work at his gold mine, named for her grandmother, Gracie's Glory. It's the perfect place for her to start over again. Liv Templeton's heart was crushed years ago and she doesn't see any chance of recovery. She's never alone unless she wants to be, but never seeks any commitments. Instead she puts all her energy and time into running the family mining business. From the moment they meet, Gracie and Liv's connection, physical and emotional, is obvious to them both. Is Liv ready for a serious relationship? Even if she is, will she be able to convince Gracie to trust again? To let her soul heal? Will Gracie open herself up to Liv? Or will she close her heart forever?

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7. Finding Lost - Season Six Nikki Stafford (Large Print 16pt) - Nikki Stafford

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Nikki Stafford is a godsend to Lost enthusiasts in particular and TV lovers in general. I've written about TV for several years, and have always valued her opinion and insights on all things television.''

- Amanda Cuda, Connecticut Post
Author Nikki Stafford has established herself in the Lost fandom through her comprehensive episode analysis, which has helped thousands of viewers watch the show with a deeper understanding season after season. This final installment of the Finding Lost series will tie together all of the pieces from season 1 to the end, showing the beginnings of each plot line and tracing its development throughout the series.
The season 6 book will include analyses on the war between good and evil and how it's been epitomized in the black and white themes, and will provide possible explanations for many of the questions that will no doubt remain unanswered at the end of the series. The book will be filled with sidebars offering summaries for many of the show's ongoing mysteries, and chapters on the show's literary precursors, Stephen King's The Stand and Milton's Paradise Lost. Stafford will also take a close look at the alternate timeline offered in the show's final season and compare it to the original timeline that played out in the first five seasons. Including exclusive behind - the - scenes photos of the filming of the season 6 episodes on location in Hawaii, Finding Lost: Season 6 will be the only book Lost fans will need when the screen goes dark (or light) one final time.

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8. Finding Lost Season 4 (Large Print 16pt) - Nikki Stafford

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''The Finding Lost series is quite simply the best Lost resource for fans. Not only is the information concise and complete, Nikki Stafford's commentary is insightful, relevant, and entertaining. No matter how well you know the show, Stafford's analysis of the themes and symbolism of Lost will renew your desire to go back and watch over, and over again.''
- Jon ''DocArtz'' Lachonis, BuddyTV.com Lost, the Golden Globe and Emmy Award - winning hit television show, has become renowned for its complexity week after week, enticing both cult and mainstream fans to figure out the keys to some of the mysteries. There are several Lost books on the market, but Stafford's Finding Lost series is recognized by fans as the only book to cover each episode in - depth, as well as provide chapters on books referenced on the show, historical figures, religious iconography, and other background materials that put her readers far ahead of other viewers. Now, in Finding Lost - Season Four: The Unofficial Guide, Stafford continues to delve into the mysteries of this show. Season 1 was about trying to get rescued; season 2 was about adapting to the island; season 3 about the tension between the Lostaways and the Others. Season 4 is the turning point in the series, pointing fans to the future through flashforwards, rather than to the past. The Season Four guide will contain analyses on the Oceanic Six, how the time travel theories play into the greater mysteries on the show, how different characters are starting to come together, and point the way to how this series could possibly end. It will include chapters on the books alluded to this season (The Tempest, Slaughterhouse Five, Valis) and give background into new philosophical and scientific references. With exclusive photos of the show's filming locations in Hawaii, as well as ones taken on the set, this book helps both casual and diehard fans ''find'' Lost.

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9. Finding Lost Season 5 (Large Print 16pt) - Nikki Stafford

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Nikki Stafford is a godsend to Lost enthusiasts in particular and TV lovers in general. I've written about TV for several years, and have always valued her opinion and insights on all things television.

- Amanda Cuda, Connecticut Post newspaper
If you want to know your Benjamin Linuses from your Henry Gales or your John Lockes from your Jeremy Benthams, let Nikki Stafford be your constant. Her writing reflects the insightfulness, passion and humor of both the show and its fans.

- Steve ''The Shout'' Dandy, ''Nik at Nite'' contributor
Since its premiere in 2004, Lost has gone from weird (polar bears in the jungle) to weirder (a man living in a bunker hitting a button every 108 minutes to ''save the world'') to just plain crazy (a large frozen wheel moving the island). And the fans love every minute of it. In the brilliant season 4, the outside world invaded the island and the Oceanic 6 were ''rescued.'' And now . . . they're coming back. The pre - eminent source for fans, Nikki Stafford's Finding Lost series - the only Lost books with a complete episode - by - episode guide - continues its exploration of the deeper meanings of the show. The book includes:
an in - depth look at every episode of season 5, linking the events in the season to the early Lost years and adding highlights, little - known facts, and nitpicks
chapters on the rules of time travel, the smoke monster, and that mysterious four - toed statue
sidebars chronicling fun trivia such as Geronimo Jackson, Star Wars references, and Locke's injuries
analysis of literary references such as The Little Prince, Ulysses, Y: The Last Man, A Separate Reality, and Everything That Rises Must Converge
photos of the filming locations in Hawaii
As the show heads into its much - anticipated final season, Finding Lost provides enough background to put you leagues ahead of other viewers and help you ''find'' Lost.

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10. Forty Favourite Hymns - Aled Jones

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11. Frankenstein Insight Text Guide (Large Print 16pt) - Sue Tweg

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Frankenstein is designed to help secondary English students understand and analyse the text. This comprehensive guide to Mary Shelley's novel contains detailed character and chapter analysis and explores genre, structure, themes and language. Essay questions and sample answers help to prepare students for creating written responses to the text.

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12. Fresh at Twenty The Oral History of Mint Records (Large Print 16pt) - Kaitlin Fontana

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Fresh at Twenty: The Oral History of Mint Records is first and foremost the story of an independent record label and the people who helped build it. But it's also the story of a place and time in popular music - Vancouver through the 1990s and 2000s. Mint helped launch the careers of the New Pornographers, Neko Case, the Evaporators, the Smugglers, the Sadies, the Pack A.D. and countless other acts. In doing so, Mint not only shaped the sound of Vancouver at the end of the 20th century, but helped usher in a golden age of Canadian popular music that still thrives today. Now, on the eve of Mint's 20th anniversary, the people who recorded the albums, drove cross - country in failing vans, and made Vancouver pop music matter, speak for the first time about the label that they love - and that truly loves them back.

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13. Finding God in the Shack Seeking Truth in a Story of Evil and Redemption (Easyread Large Edition) - Roger E. Olson

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The Shack has touched millions of readers with its portrayal of a compassionate God in the face of great evil. Many have identified with the main character's Great Sadness, the terrible burden of grief that often accompanies and follows a deep loss. The Great Sadness is part of the human condition. And it compels us to ask, Where is God? Who is God? Roger Olson, who has faced his own Great Sadness, finds a good deal of comfort in this much beloved story as have so many others. Some may ask, however, Is God really like that? Is that really how God responds to evil? Can God be trusted? Olson also views The Shack with a theologian's eye and finds much to endorse. He delves into many of the significant issues raised by the book, such as forgiving those who have done us great evil, how God acts in the world, how God is three persons in one and what difference this makes to us. While he offers his own criticisms and questions of the book, he believes we largely find the truth about God in The Shack.....DR. ROGER E. OLSON is professor of theology at George W. Truett Theological Seminary of Baylor University in Waco, Texas. He is the author of many books, including Questions to All Your Answers (Zondervan) and The Story of Christian Theology (InterVarsity Press).

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