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  • The Survivors

    Amanda Havard

    Hardcover (Chafie Press, LLC, March 31, 2011)
    In 1692, when witch trials gripped the community of Salem, Massachusetts, twenty-six children were accused as witches, exiled, and left for dead. Fourteen of them survived. The Survivors is the first installment of the tantalizing tales of the fourteen ill-fated Survivors and their descendants, who have been content in hiding for over three centuries. Isolated on a Montana mountainside, only Sadie, the rogue daughter, dares to abandon the family's sacred hiding place. But no matter how far Sadie runs, something always pulls her back. On a muggy summer night in Tennessee, she witnesses a shocking scene that will change her life forever. It is the first in a sequence of events that will drag her from the human world she's sought to belong to for over a century and send her back to her Puritanical family and into an uncertain future filled with cunning witches, mysterious nosferatu shape-shifters, dangerous eretica and vieczy vampires, millennia-old mythology, and the search for her own mortality. After all... HOW DO YOU KILL A SURVIVOR? The Survivors will steal your heart and invade your mind. Fall into the pages of Sadie's life, a world so frighteningly similar to your own, you'll find yourself wanting to go to the Montana mountains to find the Survivors for yourself. And it is only the beginning.
  • Survivors

    Linda Martin

    Paperback (Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd, Feb. 8, 2001)
    This series has been carefully graded to 4 levels of readership and compiled in consultation with literacy experts to ensure progression in reading. There are a variety of genres to appeal to children's individual interests. This particular title features the story of the Titanic.
  • No Survivors

    Will Henry

    Hardcover (Center Point Pub, Nov. 1, 2002)
    Originally published in 1950, No Survivors was the first of Will Henry’s many novels based on historic incident. In it he shows what General Custer’s lonely stand and final moments at the 1876 Battle of the Little Bighorn might have been like, militarily and emotionally. Though the history books say that only the horse Comanche escaped alive, Will Henry creates one other survivor, Colonel John Clayton—and he was doomed, too. The fictional Civil War officer who once saved Custer’s life, Clayton leaves a journal describing his later career on the western frontier. As a civilian scout for the U.S. Army, he tries to head off the Fetterman Massacre. He is captured by Crazy Horse and taken into the Oglala Sioux tribe. For nine years he lives as an Indian—the adopted son of Crazy Horse, an intimate of Sitting Bull, and the husband of a medicine woman. He rides with the Indians against the white invaders, but by 1876 he has to make a choice about who he really is.
  • Survivors

    Jeff Probst, Chris Tebbetts, Charles Carroll

    Audio CD (Blackstone Pub, Nov. 14, 2013)
    Eleven days down, and no end in sight. How long could you survive? It's been days since Buzz, Vanessa, Carter, and Jane were stranded on a deserted island in the middle of the South Pacific. Four kids left to fend for themselves. No adults. No supplies. They've managed to make fire and they've even found food. But they've just lost their only shelter and quite possibly their one chance at being rescued. Now they'll have to venture even deeper into the jungles of Nowhere Island just to stay alive. But the island holds secrets of a dark past. With danger lurking at every turn, they must rely on each other like never before if they are going to survive.
  • Survivors

    Gill Murray, Paul Francis

    Hardcover (Longman, )
  • Born Survivors

    Wendy Holden

    Paperback (Sphere, Oct. 22, 2015)
    Born Survivors
  • The Survivors

    Eleanor H. Ayer

    Library Binding (Lucent Books, Jan. 1, 1998)
    Describes the conditions of Holocaust survivors when they were liberated as well as their struggle as they attempt to rebuild their lives.

    Tom Hoyle

    Paperback (Pan Macmillan, Aug. 13, 2015)
    A dangerously exciting new thriller from bestselling author Tom Hoyle, author of Thirteen and SpidersOne mysterious death on the Ultimate Bushcraft adventure holiday is tragic, but a second, then a third is suspicious . . . But who can you trust when everyone around you is a suspect? As numbers dwindle, the chances of survival plummet. Staying alive has never seemed so guilty. Nobody is safe . . .Perfect for fans of Michael Grant
  • Survivor

    Lesley Pearse

    Hardcover (Michael Joseph, April 1, 2014)
    Lesley Pearse, No.1 bestselling author of The Promise and Belle is back with Survivor, the story of Mariette, a born fighter. It is 1938 and Mariette Carrera is a defiant, strong-willed and selfish eighteen-year-old. And sooner or later, if she stays in the small, gossipy town of Russell, New Zealand, she'll get herself into some serious trouble. Her doting parents, Belle and Etienne, fear for her reputation. So, with the world on the brink of war, Mari leaves home on the SS Rimutaka, bound for her aunt and uncle's house in London. Armed with the freedom she's longed for since childhood, Mari quickly falls for Morgan, the handsome cockney steward on board ship. But once she reaches London, there are other temptations. Mari loves her new life - caught up in a whirl of dances and parties in the glittering West End, relishing her freedom as she earns her own money as a typist. Finally, she feels she is mistress of her own future. Until it is all snatched away by the war. As London endures the Blitz, Mari's new life is cruelly blown apart. Forced from her loving new home, she ends up alone in the East End, and it's worlds away from the London she knows. But there, even in the face of so much despair, she finds the chance to make a difference. Amidst the destruction, Mari learns that the only way to survive this war is to fight, with all the strength, selflessness and compassion within her...and only then will she find true happiness. Because Mari is a survivor... From internationally bestselling author, Lesley Pearse, Survivor is a story of bravery and love. 'Utterly riveting, brilliant' Closer 'Characters it is impossible not to care about' Daily Mail 'Full of love, passion and heartbreak' Best Lesley Pearse's novels have sold over five million copies worldwide. Her sixteen most recent books, including Forgive Me, The Promise, and Belle are huge bestsellers and available as Penguin paperbacks. Lesley lives near Bristol and has three daughters and three grandchildren.
  • Survivors

    John Goodwin

    Paperback (Hodder Murray, June 30, 2005)
  • Survivor

    Ti'Ana Strife

    Survivor, the first book in the Cats' Biographies series, follows the tale of Ventus the cat. His mother named him Clumsyfoot when he was born, due to his large paws. He had a brother and a sister, Thorn and Astral, and loved living with his family in the little den that his mother had made for them in a small grove of trees. His mother comes to them one day with the bad news that she cannot provide for all of them. In order to save all of her kittens, she sends Clumsyfoot away to live with a warren of rabbits. Clumsy meets new friends, but he also has to prove to some of the rabbits that he doesn't pose any threat to them. All is not right in the warren and Clumsy finds himself caught in the middle of an evil rabbit's power-hungry schemes.Will Clumsy be able to survive living with the rabbits and everything else that life dishes out for him?*Half of all proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to the animal shelter, Colony Cats (& Dogs)

    Bobby F Brooks

    language (Bobby F. Brooks, Oct. 3, 2016)
    For thousands of years, Humans have lived on the surface of the earth. Little do they know that a whole civilization lives below the surface. They are the Atlantians from the fabled city of Atlantis. They are the true protectors of mankind and they are the true Ancient Survivers. Follow the adventures of their chosen heroes in their quest to save mankind