The Darkest Child

The Darkest Child
Genre: 
Language: 
ISBN10: 
1569473781
ISBN13: 
9781569473788
Pages: 
400
Published: 
January 1st 2005 by Soho Press
Rating: 
4.35

The Darkest Child

Daughter

Daughter

At nineteen, Aya is a promising Black college student from Brooklyn who is struggling through a difficult relationship with her emotionally distant mother, Miriam. One winter night, Aya is shot by a white police officer in a case of mistaken identity. Keeping vigil by her...
Odd Interlude #1 (Odd Thomas #4.1)

Odd Interlude #1 (Odd Thomas #4.1)

Leading up to the highly anticipated arrival of Odd Apocalypse this summer, catch up with Odd Thomas in Odd Interlude, a special three-part eBook series by #1 bestselling master of suspense Dean Koontz! Here is the spine-tingling...
Chapman's Odyssey

Chapman's Odyssey

Harry Chapman is gravely ill in hospital. Why can he hear his mother's voice, acerbic and disappointed in him as usual? Is it because of Dr Pereira's wonder drug? Perhaps her presence would be understandable enough, but what is Pip from Great...
Ariel: The Birthday Surprise (Disney Princess Chapter Books)

Ariel: The Birthday Surprise (Disney Princess Chapter Books)

Ariel's sister Aquata is having a birthday celebration. It's going to be a fun-filled day, complete with a special concert, and Ariel is excited about visiting her family. If only...
The Beach House (The Beach House #1)

The Beach House (The Beach House #1)

Georgia Bockoven aims straight for the heart in a tale as timeless as waves beating against the shore. The beach house is a peaceful summer heaven, a place to escape mundane troubles. Here, four families find their feelings...
Postcards

Postcards

The story of Loyal Blood, a man who spends a lifetime on the run from a crime so terrible that it renders him forever incapable of touching a woman. The odyssey begins on a freezing Vermont hillside in 1944 and propels Blood across the American West.
Ant Plays Bear

Ant Plays Bear

In this delightful follow-up to My Brother, Ant, Anthony comes face to face with a growling bear, pretends to be a dog, and hears a giant tapping on the window. These enchanting stories capture the relationship between Ant and his brother with warmth and humor.