Nolan spent more than a decade writing The Banyan Tree
Nolan spent more than a decade writing The Banyan Tree. According to The New York Times the book is a multigenerational story of a dairy-farming family in Nolan's native county of Westmeath. Nolan however, gives the reader a version of the mother's story. And so, in the end, one suspects that he wants Minnie's good-natured, commonplace ways to stand as their own achievement, reminding us that life continues in the places left behind.
King of the Road" is a song written and originally recorded in November 1964 by country singer Roger Miller. The lyrics tell of the day-to-day life of a vagabond hobo who, despite being poor (a "man of means by no means"), revels in his freedom, describing himself humorously or possibly cynically as the "king of the road". It was Miller's fifth single for Smash Records.
This short (122pages) book commemorates Nolan Ryan's induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame by telling .
This short (122pages) book commemorates Nolan Ryan's induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame by telling the story of his rise to baseball's elite beginning with his boyhood in Alvin, Texas, and ending with his remarks at the induction ceremony many years later. This really is similar to a family scrapbook. The list of contributors in this section is extensive and includes such fellow Hall of Fame inductees as Sandy Koufax, Tom Seaver, Frank Robinson, and Henry Aaron.
America's first king of the road. Fifty years ago Jack Kerouac's dazzling novel On the Road became the blueprint for the Beat generation and shaped America's youth culture for decades. It influenced scores of artists, musicians and film-makers, but how does it resonate with young people today? Sean O'Hagan.
King of the Road book. They are the Brotherhood of the Wheel. At home in Lenoir, North Carolina, Jimmie and his squire Heck find themselves drawn into an all-out war between two competing biker gangs
King of the Road book. The Brotherhood of the Wheel return to explore the haunted byways. At home in Lenoir, North Carolina, Jimmie and his squire Heck find themselves drawn into an all-out war between two competing biker gangs. One is led by a rival biker in possession of new found supernatural allies and the other is an all-female werewolf pack. Meanwhile, Lovina is drawn into a missing-person case that leads to a Pennsylvania trailer park seemingly haunted by killer clowns.
This book is a work of fiction. The names, characters, places, and incidents are products of the writer’s imagination or have been used fictitiously and are not to be construed as real. Any resemblance to persons, living or dead, actual events, locale or organizations is entirely coincidental. Published in the United States of America.