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Author : Thomas Whaley
language : en
Release Date : 2014-07-07
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From the Official Website... "Saying that Benjamin Sean Quinn had "anger issues" was an understatement. For those who knew him for the shortest amount of time, his life was in order: He was physically fit, had a great job which provided him a house in the suburbs and the material things he desired, a loving, monogamous relationship, two happy, healthy daughters and an established circle of friends. In all accounts, his life seemed perfect. But to those who knew him the longest, they knew he was an idle grenade, waiting for someone to pull the pin. For decades, Ben did his best to conquer his demons; to suppress the anger he accumulated towards his parents, Carmella and Sean, throughout their tumultuous marriage. Ben was their only child; forced to witness and experience things that most adults couldn't even try to handle. He could not escape them or the anger, and no matter how hard he tried, as he matured, it became a part of him. Ben strived to end the toxic cycle and avoid adopting their pattern as part of his own life. By the time he reached his early thirties, he finally seemed to have it all under control. Then Ben's father told him a "secret." One left in Montana when he and Carmella were stationed there forty years earlier. It would exhume the painful memories and suppressed anger that Ben had been avoiding for years and force him to relive his past in order to face his future. Today Benjamin Sean Quinn boards a plane to Billings, Montana. It was time to face the secret head on and let go of the anger that silently ruled his life. It would be the boldest move he ever made, ultimately changing his life and the lives of those around him."
Author : Phil Condon
language : en
Publisher: Big Earth Publishing
Release Date : 2004
Download Montana Surround written by Phil Condon and has been published by Big Earth Publishing this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2004 with Biography & Autobiography categories.
These fourteen personal essays focus on places where the author has lived, worked, and walked and they express the many dimensions we find in living places. From the Ozarks to Omaha and finally in Western Montana, we follow his journey to fulfillment. Clay Center, his recent novel, won the William Faulkner Creative Writing Award. Original.
Author : Michael Kennard
language : en
Release Date : 2002-06-05
Download Montana Skies written by Michael Kennard and has been published by iUniverse this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2002-06-05 with Fiction categories.
Montana Skies is the story of two men, Jack Claymore an Englishman, fleeing from a past that he cannot accept and Wade Reynolds a Montana rancher, a man firmly on the slippery slope to self destruction. A chance meeting and the subsequent tragic death of Wade's best friend, throw them together. As both men fight for survival in the Arizona border town of Nogales, an uneasy bond forms between them. Forced by circumstances both men decide to head north to Montana, Wade to try and rebuild his life and return to his family, and for Jack a chance to forget the past and start afresh.Unbeknown to them, events buried deep in the past of Wade's best friend, slowly resurface and threaten their very lives and the lives of their loved ones. Montana Skies is an epic tale of love and revenge. Sweeping across the plains and mountains of contemporary Montana like a cyclone. Montana Skies crammed full of unforgettable characters, is the great novel of the modern American West.
Author : Michael P. Malone
language : en
Publisher: University of Washington Press
Release Date : 1991
Download Montana written by Michael P. Malone and has been published by University of Washington Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 1991 with History categories.
Montana: A History of Two Centuries first appeared in 1976 and immediately became the standard work in its field. In this thoroughgoing revision, William L. Lang has joined Michael P. Malone and Richard B. Roeder in carrying forward the narrative to the 1990s. Fully twenty percent of the text is new or revised, incorporating the results of new research and new interpretations dealing with pre-history, Native American studies, ethnic history, women's studies, oral history, and recent political history. In addition, the bibliography has been updated and greatly expanded, new maps have been drawn, and new photographs have been selected.
Author : Tracie Peterson
language : en
Publisher: Bethany House
Release Date : 2004-07-01
Download The Coming Storm Heirs Of Montana Book 2 written by Tracie Peterson and has been published by Bethany House this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2004-07-01 with Fiction categories.
Heirs of Montana book 2, the sequel to the bestselling Land of My Heart. With the love of her life missing in the Montana wilderness, a young woman must manage a ranch on her own. 1870 Montana ranching proves to be a hard life for Dianne Chadwick. Her &supl;ancé, Cole Selby, has yet to return from his journey east. Unbeknownst to her, he has been captured by Indians, and Takes-Many-Horses, who also loves Dianne, must decide whether or not to let him live. When her uncle is attacked by a grizzly, Dianne is left to care for his family and manage the ranch. Can she hold on to her faith and ride out the storm?
Author : Keith Dunnavant
language : en
Release Date : 2015-10-27
Download Montana written by Keith Dunnavant and has been published by Macmillan this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2015-10-27 with Sports & Recreation categories.
As long as football is played, Joe Montana will be synonymous with the heart-pounding rally. Seemingly impervious to the pressure of a scoreboard deficit, the quarterback known as Joe Cool brought a steadying calm to every huddle, especially when the situation seemed especially dire. His reputation for miracles began to take root at the University of Notre Dame. In the 1979 Cotton Bowl, he overcame the flu, hypothermia and a 22-point deficit to lead the Fighting Irish to a stunning victory over Houston. This narrative continued in the NFL, as he engineered 31 fourth-quarter comebacks, including victories known in professional football lore as The Catch and The Drive, forever casting his career in a heroic glow. In MONTANA, acclaimed author Keith Dunnavant sketches the definitive portrait of a man who repeatedly defied the odds, on and off the field. While leading the San Francisco 49ers to four Super Bowl championships over a nine-year period, establishing a new standard for passing efficiency, and twice earning the league's Most Valuable Player award, Montana became the signature quarterback of the 1980s and one of the greatest ever to play the game. Overcoming his own limitations, which caused him to be underrated coming out of Notre Dame, he quickly mastered Bill Walsh's West Coast Offense, and thereby, helped reinvent offensive football. But it was rarely easy. Like the rallies he so often produced, his life was filled with the sort of tension that made his journey seem routinely dramatic: The father who pushed him. The high school coach who challenged his commitment. The college coach who very nearly squandered him. The back surgery that almost ended his career. The younger athlete who tried to take his job. Rich an anecdotal detail, insight and context, MONTANA is a powerful story about a man who was defined by his intense competitiveness, and how this intangibly helped him become one of the ionic figures in football history.
Author : Ken Egan
language : en
Publisher: University of Nevada Press
Release Date : 2003
Download Hope And Dread In Montana Literature written by Ken Egan and has been published by University of Nevada Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2003 with Literary Criticism categories.
From the narratives of early explorers and ranchers, Native Americans, and settler women through the works of such major twentieth-century luminaries as A. B. Guthrie and Ivan Doig, Egan traces the evolution of Montanans' early fantastic dreams of economic, religious, and cultural success into failure and despair, violence and tragedy. Yet, side by side with these tales of woe are tales of endurance and even triumph, evidence of the strength and creative potential of the state's people."--BOOK JACKET.