The Violent Season

Sara Walters. IN THE TOWN OF WOLF RIDGE , PEOPLE LIKE TO HURT ONE ANOTHER . THE VIOLENT SEASON SARA WALTERS VIOLENT SEASON SARA WALTERS CA sourcebooks fire. Front Cover.

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Author: Sara Walters

Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.

ISBN: 9781728234113

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 288

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The unputdownable debut thriller you will never forget. There is something terribly wrong in Wolf Ridge. Every November, every teen is overwhelmed with a hunger for violence...at least, that's the urban legend. After Wyatt Green's mother was brutally murdered last Fall, she's convinced that the November sickness plaguing Wolf Ridge isn't just a town rumor that everyone ignores...it's a palpable force infecting her neighbors. Wyatt is going to prove it, and find her mother's murderer in the process. She digs up every past brutal act she can find from Wolf Ridge's past—from car wrecks, suicides, and unnamed victims turning up in rivers—and even reaches out to an out-of-state journalist that seems to believe her. But all of her digging leads to nowhere. Everyone in Wolf Ridge accepts that the November sickness is real, and absolutely no one will talk about it. As Wyatt's best friend Cash turns on her, and her friend is almost killed in a tragic accident, Wyatt panics—how can she keep her friends safe, and find her mother's murderer, when no one believes her? As the evidence stars to disappear, Wyatt wonders: is she just imagining everything? Is the sickness real, or are the people of Wolf Ridge just naturally prone to doing bad things? Can Wyatt and her friends come out of the Violent Season unscathed, or is one of them going to be the next victim? "Holy sh....... Can I just say that? Can that be the review? Technically yes, but I **NEED** to say that this is without a doubt and by far one of the best books I have read this year!"—Brittney Green, Netgalley Reviewer "A freaking INCREDIBLE debut for Sara Walters. I have not felt this pull to a book in a hot minute. PREORDER IT, ADD IT TO YOUR TBR, AND WAIT IMPATIENTLY FOR OCTOBER BECAUSE THIS BOOK WAS ★★★★★"—Tiffany Clark, Netgalley Reviewer "Be prepared to be captivated after the first sentence."—Rachel Milburn, Netgalley Reviewer

The Violent Season

THE VIOLENT SEASON is a novel that reminds us in some ways of the works of Zola - in its powerful delineation of primitive passions , its creation of realizable human beings , its strong narrative drive , its insistence on probing the ...

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Author: Robert Goulet

Publisher: New American Library of Canada

ISBN: UCAL:$B102768

Category: Book covers

Page: 383

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Goulet writes of his hard scrabble upbringing and life in a French-Canadian timber town.

Season and Crop Report Bombay State

By doing this and taking advantage of the violent seasonal fluctuations and the high prices that are current in large cities and in localities where fodder is usually very deficient a good steady income could be obtained in an ordinary ...

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ISBN: NYPL:33433004107953

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Missing Dead Girls

"Claustrophobic and intriguing... a novel that will keep you hooked all the way."—The Nerd Daily on The Violent Season Pick up Missing Dead Girls if you're looking for: A psychological, fast-paced thriller A suspenseful read with strong ...

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Author: Sara Walters

Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.

ISBN: 9781728234144

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 360

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Tillie Gray didn't kill Madison Frank...but everyone thinks she did in this gripping suspense thriller from Sara Walters, author of The Violent Season. 17-year-old Tillie has never hurt anyone and has an expunged juvenile record to prove it. When she and her mother move into the quiet suburb of Willow Creek, Tillie is certain she's left her old life behind. Especially when Tillie meets Madison, a beautiful, carefree girl from the wealthy side of town. The two form a fast friendship, and by the end of summer, Tillie knows all her secrets. Except when school begins, Madison completely abandons her, and lets her friends mercilessly bully Tillie. Then Madison goes missing. A week later, photos of her bloody body appear online, posted by a profile with Tillie's name on it. Now, the entire town has Tillie in their crosshairs, convinced she had something to do with Madison's disappearance... and possible death. To clear her name, Tillie must find out what happened to Madison. But the dark secrets that might prove her innocence could very well destroy her. "Claustrophobic and intriguing... a novel that will keep you hooked all the way."—The Nerd Daily on The Violent Season Pick up Missing Dead Girls if you're looking for: A psychological, fast-paced thriller A suspenseful read with strong emotion Fiction examining friendship A coming of age story with a twist

Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics

Since construction and other seasonal industries already were adhering pretty much to this pattern , its influence ... and is not subject to the violent seasonal peaks and pressures that characterize the defense construction industry .

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105006319649

Category: Labor

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Freedom Summer For Young People

This latest edition in Triangle Square's For Young People series is a gripping account of the summer that changed America.

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Author: Bruce Watson

Publisher: Seven Stories Press

ISBN: 9781644210116

Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

Page: 400

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This latest edition in Triangle Square's For Young People series is a gripping account of the summer that changed America. In the summer of 1964, as the Civil Rights movement boiled over, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) sent more than seven hundred college students to Mississippi to help black Americans already battling for democracy, their dignity and the right to vote. The campaign was called “Freedom Summer.” But on the evening after volunteers arrived, three young civil rights workers went missing, presumed victims of the Ku Klux Klan. The disappearance focused America’s attention on Mississippi. In the days and weeks that followed, volunteers and local black activists faced intimidation, threats, and violence from white people who didn't believe African Americans should have the right to vote. As the summer unfolded, volunteers were arrested or beaten. Black churches were burned. More Americans came to Mississippi, including doctors, clergymen, and Martin Luther King. A few frightened volunteers went home, but the rest stayed on in Mississippi, teaching in Freedom Schools, registering voters, and living with black people as equals. Freedom Summer brought out the best and the worst in America. The story told within these pages is of everyday people fighting for freedom, a fight that continues today. Freedom Summer for Young People is a riveting account of a decisive moment in American history, sure to move and inspire readers.