2 edition of Sea of glass found in the catalog.
Sea of glass
Barry B. Longyear
by St. Martin"s press
Written in English
|Statement||Barry. B. Longyear.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||375|
Reserve currency allocation
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Shadow of a lady.
Structural design with plastics.
Episcopate in America
Costume on the stage
Your child at school.
RX, prescription for prevention
Life of Napoleon I.
Report on secondary education
Christo, project for wrapped Reichstag, Berlin
Sea Glass BooksSanta Cruz Sea Glass: the story behind the Red d y of the Sea Glass Hunter's Handbook. Although the women tend to be the unbreakable sea glass, the men drive the plot. I recommend this book for readers of literary fiction and reading groups, the last because Shreve offers history, metaphor, and multidimensional issues - much to talk about.
Pass on this if you are in the mood for a page-turner/5(). Sea Glass is the second book that Shreve wrote that takes place along the New Hampshire coast in the same house as Fortune's Rocks and The Pilot's Wife.
I do love how each story is different, with only references to who lived in the house before and what life may have been like for the previous residents/5. Pure Sea Glass is a fascinating reference for anyone who loves the coast. Over elegant images by photographer Celia Pearson present some of the best sea glass ever collected, along with a vast array of classical American glassware that is often its source/5().
Sea Glass Hunter’s Handbook. by C.S. Lambert "The perfect guide for both seasoned and novice collectors, The Sea Glass Hunter's Handbook reveals how to locate the best beaches and predict optimum conditions; understand coastal access laws; determine the personal and professional value of sea glass and identify the source of individual fragments.
On a Sea of Glass is a comprehensive book for those interested in every aspect Some are looking for technical and design information; Others want to see new photos of the ship. The history of the three sisters Olympic, Titanic and Britannic continues to fascinate researchers/5.
Sea Glass is an unforgettable story of trust and betrayal, marriage and attraction, from one of the most persuasive, farseeing, and deeply engaging writers of our time. Honora The door is mackereled, paint-chipped--green or black, it is hard to tell. Sea Glass might, on the most superficial inspection, seem to be another one of those historical romances that view the past, especially the '20s and '50s, as the "wonder years," a safer and more innocent time than the one we live in now.
But Shreve's novel steers well clear of that shoal.