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Miles Family Photos - Vol. I By David Miles
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These are family photos of the Miles Family in Crossett, Arkansas around the 1950's.
Walk A Mile By Shannon Forest Christian School
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Memoirs of residents at The Gardens at Eastside recorded by the 6th grade class at Shannon Forest Christian School.
Miles of Ideas By Ashley Van Vlack
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Many assignments from a creative writing class. Poems and short stories.
The Green mile By Stephen King
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This is a bestseller book that has too much to offer to anybody that needs a good, fiction book and it is guaranteed to keep you awake until the end. I don't say anything else..... Enjoy!!!
Miles Away By Colette Gibson
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Miles Away is a book composed of original poetry and short excerpts from unwritten stories. This poetry is based with a hopeless romantic mindset, yet still has a sense of reality intertwined. All of... More > the pages found in this book were written over the course of five months.< Less
Mile 1 By Peter Sobchak
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This book is about the road. The quintessential North American road, the simplest, straightest road, a road in between places. My companion, Bulent Akman, and I set out east from Toronto. For... More > seventy-five days our bed was the back of a 1988 Buick Electra Estate Wagon, and our intention was to circumnavigate the continent. These roads show the face of the continent; its inventiveness, its fantasies, and its follies. Along these roads, we both sought and fled identity, carrying out our pursuit of happiness. As John Steinbeck once said, "The highway was their home and movement their means of expression.” Things didn’t go exactly as planned. Setbacks included enormous automobile repair costs, sickness, and ultimately a disastrous car crash in the mountains of New Mexico. The Buick was destroyed, and Bulent was forced home due to a then-unknown bursting appendix. This book is a chronicle of the journey.< Less
Mile 1 By Peter Sobchak
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This book is about the road. The quintessential North American road, the simplest, straightest road, a road in between places. My companion, Bulent Akman, and I set out east from Toronto. For... More > seventy-five days our bed was the back of a 1988 Buick Electra Estate Wagon, and our intention was to circumnavigate the continent. These roads show the face of the continent; its inventiveness, its fantasies, and its follies. Along these roads, we both sought and fled identity, carrying out our pursuit of happiness. As John Steinbeck once said, "The highway was their home and movement their means of expression.” Things didn’t go exactly as planned. Setbacks included enormous automobile repair costs, sickness, and ultimately a disastrous car crash in the mountains of New Mexico. The Buick was destroyed, and Bulent was forced home due to a then-unknown bursting appendix. This book is a chronicle of the journey.< Less
Mile 26 By Reece Tedford
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God's gift of eternal life is free! Why aren't we doing more to share it! Jesus is the only way to heaven and his gift of salvation is free to anyone who accepts it! Are we running the good race?
Miracle Mile By Walter Chaw
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The summer of 1989 was a particularly turbulent one for Walter Chaw, who found solace in a little movie about the end of the world, Steve De Jarnatt's genre-bending "Miracle Mile". Part... More > memoir, part critical study, and featuring the participation of writer-director De Jarnatt, this monograph is an utterly unique chronicle of the Reagan era that examines how the most public of media can give meaning to the most private apocalypse.< Less
Miracle Mile By Walter Chaw
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The summer of 1989 was a particularly turbulent one for Walter Chaw, who found solace in a little movie about the end of the world, Steve De Jarnatt's genre-bending "Miracle Mile". Part... More > memoir, part critical study, and featuring the participation of writer-director De Jarnatt, this monograph is an utterly unique chronicle of the Reagan era that examines how the most public of media can give meaning to the most private apocalypse.< Less