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THE PASSENGER By Samantha Robson
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The third release from British Author Samantha Eliza Robson. A personal collection of emotional poetry, art and photography. Full of unforgettable phrases and beautifully worded, The Passenger is a... More > MUST for people who appreciate true talent.< Less
Passengers By Fran Simó et al.
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Passengers is a book of street photography focus on anonymous passengers of public transport. All pictures has been taken with iPhones.
Passengers By Katey Spence
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A story about a dog and his friends escaping to the Promised Land via the Underground Railroad.
Passengers By Katey Spence
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A story about a dog and his friends escaping to the Promised Land via the Underground Railroad.
Passengers By Fran Simó et al.
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Passengers es un libro de street photography sobre pasajeros en el transporte público. Las fotografías han sido tomadas con iPhones.
Passengers 2012 By Barcelona Photobloggers
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Mobile and participative street photography project about public transport passengers.
The Passenger's Muse By Emma L. R. Hogg
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Twenty-eight-year-old Ori Cole is trapped both by his father’s expectations and his own smothering creative drive. When he meets Gwen, whose own past defines and sets her free, Ori is... More > challenged to live his own reality. Ori’s younger sister, Lulu, is struggling to find her own place in the world. Her honesty, through the familiar self-consciousness of her age, shows strength in friendship and the courage to take the first step into adult independence. The Passenger’s Muse gives an account of the creative highs and lows of ordinary people, the search for a higher order of fearlessness, and the exploration of art as saviour. The narrative lays bare the importance of living one’s own life and telling one’s own story.< Less
Passenger Seat By Alexander Auron
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Passenger Seat is the first, autobiographical, novel of Alexander Auron. It describes a time in the life of an unemployed student, aspiring filmmaker and quite possibly mental patient, as he wanders... More > the streets of a city full of life for everyone except him. Its key theme is love, love between humans, love of cinema, of art, of friendship, of intelligence and beauty, beauty above all else, in all its forms and expressions, in the minuscule and crucial moments we all have shared, with people who passed through our lives for the duration of a single breath, changing it in ways we cannot fathom, years later, and with people who were by our side for years, without ever sharing the one and only part of their soul we wanted them to: the part which loves.< Less
Passenger Seat By Alexander Auron
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Passenger Seat is the first, autobiographical, novel of Alexander Auron. It describes a time in the life of an unemployed student, aspiring filmmaker and quite possibly mental patient, as he wanders... More > the streets of a city full of life for everyone except him. Its key theme is love, love between humans, love of cinema, of art, of friendship, of intelligence and beauty, beauty above all else, in all its forms and expressions, in the minuscule and crucial moments we all have shared, with people who passed through our lives for the duration of a single breath, changing it in ways we cannot fathom, years later, and with people who were by our side for years, without ever sharing the one and only part of their soul we wanted them to: the part which loves.< Less
The Glass Passenger By Julia Konwick
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Isaac Henson has had a rough time of it. At eight he was put into a foster home to escape abusive parents. At thirteen he ran away to escape an abusive foster family. Since then, his luck hasn't been... More > that great either; under the table jobs, shady motels, and even shadier people. At seventeen he's on his own and prefers it that way. Enter Reid Andrews, radio DJ and Salt Lake City’s most annoying resident. When these two meet it becomes apparent that Isaac is going to need some help getting into the world of people again, and Reid decides who better to help the kid out than himself? The only problem is Isaac, who would rather die than accept any help from anyone - especially Reid Andrews. As the two grow closer, though, Isaac begins to realize that you can’t hide from the world forever; sometimes you have to break out of your shell. From new author Julia Konwick comes a story about finding yourself and learning to deal with everything life throws at you, one hit at a time.< Less