|Statement||by Paul Eve Stevenson.|
|LC Classifications||G550 .S84|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||287 p.,  folded leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||287|
|LC Control Number||05022661|
Directed by Louise Osmond, Jerry Rothwell. With Tilda Swinton, Donald Crowhurst, Jean Badin, Simon Russell Beale. A documentary about the disastrous round-the-world yacht race/10(K). Crowhurst's story has been told before through his log books and The Strange Last Voyage of Donald Crowhurst. It's makes for a classic Conradian tale of a descent into the heart of darkness. But what Deep Water presents is a very human take on the tragedy with events recounted by his widow and son among other friends and associates/5(). This is the sequel to LoosianaLand of Passion which was the sequel to At First Glance. Both of these forerunners to Deep Water are about Jennifer Lee Stewart who was and always has been a writer. Her work began as a reporter for the local newspaper during college and afterward, and after. A hopeful memoir that shares the author’s voyage of discovery as a mother, wife, and physician in underserved communities in northern Ontario. In underserved areas of Canada, the communities themselves can be one of the strongest parts of the health care team. Dr. Gretchen Roedde shows how local communities play a major role in responding to illness, birth, and death.
NetGalley is a site where book reviewers and other professional readers can read books before they are published, in e-galley or digital galley form. Deep Water Dream A Medical Voyage of Discovery in Rural Northern Ontario. by Gretchen Roedde. In Deep Water Dream, Roedde recounts stories from her long career — from working with a Cree. The Paperback of the Deep Water Dream: A Medical Voyage of Discovery in Rural Northern Ontario by Gretchen Roedde at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. The book The Strange Last Voyage of Donald Crowhurst by Nicholas Tomalin and Ron Hall is an account of the life of Donald Crowhurst and the events leading up to and during the race. The book Fakes, Frauds, and Flimflammery by Andreas Schroeder, devotes . Deep Water Passage is the resulting profound memoir of Ann’s heroic and soul-baring voyage battling the biggest lake on the planet for insight and survival. A gripping tale of personal courage and honest self-review, it also serves as a metaphor for many kinds of mid-life passages, honoring both women and men.
"Deep Water" is the second book in Pamela Freeman's "The Castings Trilogy," and though it suffers just a tad from middle book syndrome, this is a great continuation from the last book Blood Ties, enriching the world and developing the characters, as well as setting things up nicely for the final installment. Deep Water Blues is a cinematic gem, blurring the lines between fiction and reality, that weaves a cautionary tale about the price of unchecked ambition. From the opening pages, which juxtapose a Gatsby-like opulent feast with deadly catastrophe in the shark-infested sea, I knew that this compact novel would be difficult to put down/5(16). Following on directly from the events of that book, "Deep Water" starts with Bramble, Ash and Martine on their way to see Safred, the The story was entertaining enough, but the writing style detracted a little from it and one of the main characters seemed pushed into the background.4/5(34). Centuries ago, Acton and his people displaced the Travellers, the original inhabitants of the Eleven Domains. Now, Saker the enchanter is driven by this ancient rage. With the bones of his fallen ancestors and the blood from his own veins, he will raise armies of the dead to slake his