Published January 24, 2007
by Dark Horse .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
Marvelously written, expertly told, The World Below captures the shadowy half-truths of the visible world, and the beauty and sorrow submerged beneath the surfaces of our lives--the lost world of the past, our lost hopes for the future. A tour de force from one of our most beloved : Random House Publishing Group. A World Below is basically a book about a class going on a field trip to the deepest cave in the world and getting caught up in an earthquake. After that, the class gets seperated into numerous groups, but it seems like they are not alone in there. It takes the perspectives of Eric, who gets separated from that class needs to get out on his own/5. A World Below by Wesley King - “A swift-paced survival tale that’s a cool blend of Lord of the Flies and Journey to the Center of the Earth.” —School Library Book Edition: Reprint. Marvelously written, expertly told, The World Below captures the shadowy half-truths of the visible world, and the beauty and sorrow submerged beneath the surfaces of our lives--the lost world of the past, our lost hopes for the future. A tour de 4/4(72).
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About The World Below From the author of While I Was Gone, a stunning new novel that showcases Sue Miller’s singular gift for exposing the nerves that lie hidden in marriages and families, and the hopes and regrets that lie buried in the hearts of women. Maine, After escaping from a Nazi slave labor camp, all year-old Luka Barukovich wants to do is to get back to his home in Kyiv, Ukraine, in this sequel to Skrypuch’s Making Bombs for Hitler (). “You have the tools to heal yourself,” Luka’s pharmacist father used to say, and this wisdom and his resourcefulness help him navigate his way through a kindly Author: Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch. Summary: There is nothing remarkable about the plot of Sue Miller's graceful novel, The World Below. Cath Hubbard, a San Francisco woman in her 50s, returns to her grandmother's small Vermont house after the death of an aunt who left the property to Cath and her brother Lawrence. It's a joy to read about a woman attempting to make healthy choices for her life. There's a description of an underwater town in this book that haunted not only the pages, but also my mind. Miller has a unique way of making "the world Cited by: 1.