7 edition of A Rock & a Hard Place found in the catalog.
A Rock & a Hard Place
April 12, 1988
by Ivy Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Format||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||320|
In A Rock and a Hard Place, readers will follow George as he explores this contradictory, beautiful country during a time of growth and oppression. With tales of finding refuge in a desert sandstorm, being stalked by a leopard, and narrowly escaping a herd of rampaging Cape buffalo, George’s story will leave readers breathless—their hearts. A Rock and a Hard Place Frontiers Saga, Part 2: Rogue Castes Series, Book 11 By: Ryk Brown.
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"A Rock and a Hard Place" is an average biography with a over abundance of adjectives and metaphors over A Rock & a Hard Place book accounts with so little scientific information it leaves you totally lost when Mr Zelt refers to his field of study/5.
A Rock and a Hard Place draws the reader in from the beginning. This is a book worth reading. --Ronda Schelvan,autism consultant special education teacher and co-author From the Inside Flap5/5(9).
"A Rock and a Hard Place" is his 26th in the full series, 28th if the first two Core novels are He published "Aurora: CV" back inand it couldn't have been more than a couple months old when I purchased a copy for my old Kindle/5.
The Grand Star Trek Book Review #2: A Rock and a Hard Place (TNG #10) Peter David pretty reliable but, like most of TNG's early books or early episodes, the going is bumpy with patches of promise. I like David a lot and his Star Trek series New Frontier was, at least for awhile, a marvelous book series/5.
His first book, Between a Rock and a Hard Place, was a New York Times bestseller and was adapted into the major motion picture Hours by Danny Boyle. Today, as a father of an infant daughter and four-year-old son, Aron lives in Boulder, Colorado.
He continues to travel the world for both adventure and to share his story/5(). From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Between a Rock and a Hard Place is a autobiographical book by American mountain climber Aron Ralston.
It details an incident that occured in when Ralston was canyoneering in Bluejohn Canyon in the Utah desert Author: Aron Ralston. His first book, Between a Rock and a Hard Place, was a New York Times bestseller and was adapted into the major motion picture Hours by Danny Boyle.
Today, as a father of an infant daughter and four-year-old son, Aron lives in Boulder, Colorado/5(). Between a Rock and a Hard Place is Ralston's account of his ordeal pinned to a canyon wall by a half-ton chockstone in Blue John Canyon. He alternates between chapters telling of the delirium of those five days and the choices he must make, and a sort of "how I came to be the way I am" recounting of his life story/5.
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Anthony Godby Johnson is the subject and supposed author of the memoir A Rock and a Hard Place: One Boy's Triumphant Story.
Subsequent investigations suggest that Johnson may have been the literary creation of Vicki Johnson, who purported to be Johnson's adoptive mother. The book initially appeared as an autobiography, describing Johnson's survival of an abusive childhood at the hands of Born: Between a Rock and a Hard Place -- a brilliantly written, funny, honest, inspiring, and downright astonishing report from the line where death meets life -- will surely take its place in the annals of classic adventure stories.
You know the story: God told Abraham he would become a great nation. Then he told him to sacrifice his own (and only) son, Isaac. Abraham obeyed God and was about to kill Isaac—when God intervened. This is a classic 'between a rock and a hard place' situation. Overview Between a Rock and a Hard Place (), the best-selling autobiography of the American outdoorsman and motivational speaker Aron Ralston, chronicles Ralston’s near-death experience while hiking alone in Utah’s Blue John Canyon and the lengths he took to survive.
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Between A Rock And A Hard Place Aron Ralston New York, NY: Atria Books (Simon & Schuster), US $, pages, hardcover The tale of this young man’s ordeal is legendary, even though it occurred not too long ago in April BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE and even when I picked it up.
I also thought that here is a another book about a news celeb that will be more of the same story I have read already. I could not have been more wrong. From the first page I found myself drawn into this book, unable to put it down.
The story is deep and profound. Read free book excerpt from Between a Rock and a Hard Place by Aron Ralston, page 13 of Rock and a Hard Place is the first in a Florida based narrative series featuring homicide investigator Barrett Raines.
Darryl Wimberley is a winner of the Willie Morris Prize for Southern Fiction. His books include A Rock and a Hard Place and Dead Man's Bay. A native of northern Florida, he now lives in Austin, : St.
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He continues to travel the world for both adventure and to share his story."A Rock and a Hard Place" is also worth a second look because Quintin Stone is obvious prototype for Captain Mackenzie Calhoun in Peter David's Star Trek: New Frontier series.
Granted, Calhoun is not as psychotic as Stone, but each shares the ability to find creative ways of getting things done.5/5(5). His first book, Between a Rock and a Hard Place, was a New York Times bestseller and was adapted into the major motion picture Hours by Danny Boyle.
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