The Freedom Maze

The Freedom Maze
Author: Delia Sherman
Publisher: Hachette UK
Total Pages: 272
Release: 2015-04-02
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 147211793X


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1960 in America and thirteen-year-old Sophie is frustrated. Her mother has sent her to spend summer with Grandmama on their family’s old estate in the sweltering bayous of southern Louisiana. Once a grand plantation, a hive of activity, it is now ramshackle, run down and all-but abandoned. Bored, lonely and far too hot, Sophie starts exploring. When she discovers an overgrown maze, she makes her way inside, and lost among its pathways she finds a magical creature who promises her the adventure of a lifetime . . . Sophie is transported a hundred years into the past to the Oak River plantation in its heyday. Her own ancestors mistake her for a slave girl and set her to work alongside the hundreds of other slaves who tend to the fields, the house, and the white family’s every whim. As the reality of slave life becomes horribly clear, Sophie starts to wonder how long she’ll survive; and how – or if – she will ever get back home. Both exciting and truly heart-breaking, The Freedom Maze is a very special novel about slavery, survival and the many paths to freedom.

Freedom's Maze

Freedom's Maze
Author: Arturo Von Vacano
Publisher: Lulu.com
Total Pages: 122
Release: 2008-05
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 0615206050


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Nobody ever before said this harsh, cruel truth on immigration. Nobody ever before showed the suffering of these refugees (they are nothing but) who leave a South oppressed by hunger and misery for a North blind to exploitation and abuse of the weak. Carlos de Miguel Antnez. Lawyer. Illegal

The Labyrinth of Freedom

The Labyrinth of Freedom
Author: Clement Lupton IV
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Total Pages: 168
Release: 2015-03-05
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1490756493


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A young man named Jayu agonizes over whether to abide in his native land, or go on a precarious quest to America. Jayu reasons that in America he will discover newfound freedom. The threat of death, and a sense of foreboding are things that he experiences in his land every day. The oppressive nature of his country, the abuse dealt by soldiers, and the deceitful tactics of the dictator weary Jayu. He witnesses public executions, deep poverty, and the mistreatment of his loved ones. This encourages Jayu to leave his homeland. However, he does not want to depart from his family and that which is familiar to him. Suddenly, tragedy strikes and Jayu willfully ventures to America. Will he arrive safely to America? Will he fulfill his thirst for freedom that he yearns for? Will he find true peace, true happiness, true contentment in this strange land? Jayus journey will take you on an emotional roller coaster. You will ascend the emotional heights of Mount Everest and descend to the deepest emotional valley of the sea. May Jayus journey enlighten you, thrill you, and ignite a flame in you that will burn with interest in immigration policy and in immigration reform.

Of Silent Freedom

Of Silent Freedom
Author: Chuck Swaim
Publisher: Lulu.com
Total Pages: 79
Release: 2013-10
Genre: Poetry
ISBN: 1304457192


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Chuck Swaim was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and currently resides in Olympia, Washington. This is his first published book of poetry. The poems contained in Of Silent Freedom were written between 1989-2010. Chuck's poems are mostly dark in nature. This book is a study of his composing poems in the night and day. This book also contains surreal black & white illustrations by the author.

Freedom from Addiction

Freedom from Addiction
Author: Mystic Anmol
Publisher: Mystic Anmol
Total Pages: 32
Release: 2019-06-30
Genre: Psychology
ISBN:


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"Freedom from Addiction" is a transformative guide to understanding and overcoming addiction, written by the insightful Mystic Anmol. Whether trapped in the web of social media or ensnared by other addictive behaviors, readers will find resonance and guidance in this profound journey. Drawing from personal experiences and universal truths, this book unveils the hidden mechanisms behind addiction, helping readers comprehend its core. But beyond diagnosing the problem, it offers a way out, guiding readers toward self-awareness and liberation through actionable strategies and a clear roadmap to recovery. More than a self-help book, "Freedom from Addiction" is a call to action, a beacon of hope, and a lifeline for those seeking to reclaim their lives. Mystic Anmol's wise and empathetic voice, which has inspired many through various life topics, guides you every step of the way. Join this transformative journey and take the first step toward a life free from addiction. Your path to healing begins here, infused with the ease and inspiration that define Mystic Anmol's approach to life. Embrace the journey and find joy, understanding, and liberation.

Mastery of Cardiothoracic Surgery

Mastery of Cardiothoracic Surgery
Author: Larry Kaiser
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Total Pages: 1232
Release: 2013-12-24
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 1451113153


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Completely revised and updated, this third edition presents a comprehensive guide to all cardiothoracic surgical procedures for adults and children. More than 130 of the world's master surgeons describe their techniques step-by-step, and explain the decision-making that is crucial to a successful outcome.

Freedom Run

Freedom Run
Author: Richard S. Drake
Publisher: iUniverse
Total Pages: 242
Release: 2002-09
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 0595245072


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In the 21st Century, two uneasy nations are at the brink of war. The Confederacy, having long given up slavery, shows the world how all men and women are brothers and sisters. In the embittered United States, however, men and women are joined only by the forces which dominate their lives - a hellish industrial state, controlling the population with the help of a Christian Fundamentalist television preacher, and the grim agents of the Industrial Protection Agency. But there is hope in the midst of chaos, an Underground Railroad taking workers from the North to the South. This is the story of one man's emotional and spiritual odyssey as he travels the danger-filled path to the Confederacy.

The Four Freedoms

The Four Freedoms
Author: Jeffrey A. Engel
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Total Pages: 249
Release: 2016
Genre: History
ISBN: 0199376212


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"The specter of global war loomed large in President Franklin Roosevelt's mind as he prepared to present his 1941 State of the Union address. He believed the United States had a role to play in the battle against Nazi and fascist aggression already underway in Europe, yet his rallying cry to the nation was about more than just national security or why Americans should care about a fight still far overseas ... Roosevelt framed America's role in the conflict, and ultimately its role in forging the post-war world to come, as a fight for freedom. Four freedoms, to be exact: freedom of speech, freedom from want, freedom of religion, and freedom from fear"--

Freedom from Anxiety

Freedom from Anxiety
Author: Marcey Shapiro, M.D.
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
Total Pages: 360
Release: 2014-01-14
Genre: Self-Help
ISBN: 1583946764


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This book presents hundreds of safe, practical, and effective tools and techniques to alleviate anxiety, an epidemic that affects nearly 20 percent of Americans. Author and seasoned physician Marcey Shapiro, MD, shares how her personal struggle with this widespread syndrome led her to discover that there is not one treatment program that works for everyone and provides a wide range of integrative methods that will help readers find real and transformative relief. Dr. Shapiro grappled with anxiety on her own path to greater health and wholeness and observed, through her personal experience and that of treating numerous patients who suffer from the heartache and despair that anxiety causes, that finding peace involves a spiritual journey of self-awareness and self-acceptance. She has successfully helped herself and her patients bring ease and peace of mind back into their lives using a diverse assortment of complementary techniques, including dietary changes, visualizations, shifting thoughts, breathing techniques, nutritional supplements, herbs, homeopathy, bodywork, aromatherapy, flower essences, and acupuncture, as well as more commonplace Western techniques such as medication and therapy, when appropriate. Offering a variety of nondogmatic, empowering tools for enhancing personal growth, Freedom from Anxiety will help anxiety sufferers find ways, many of them free or very low cost, to achieve immediate relief as well as long term care and treatment. It can be read from cover to cover or perused for specific problems or solutions. Readers are able to take advantage of Dr. Shapiro's vast knowledge and research as well as her engaging personal anecdotes and those from her decades of clinical practice.

Freedom in Christ Leader's Guide

Freedom in Christ Leader's Guide
Author: Neil T. Anderson
Publisher: Baker Books
Total Pages: 128
Release: 2008-08-01
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 1441265562


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The Leader's Guide contains the information necessary to present this program with or without the accompanying DVD. This course can be used in a variety of settings, including Sunday school, small-group Bible studies, and one-on-one counseling.