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Author : Robert Wharton Landis
ISBN : UOM:39015069262502
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Taken

Author : Erin Bowman
ISBN : 9780062117281
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Fans of Incarceron by Catherine Fisher and Variant by Robison Wells won't want to miss this magnetic first book in a gripping dystopian sci-fi series. Marie Lu, New York Times bestselling author of the Legend trilogy, raves that Taken is "an action-packed thrill ride from beginning to end. More, please!" Gray Weathersby has grown up expecting to disappear at midnight on his eighteenth birthday. They call it the Heist—and it happens to every boy in Claysoot. His only chance at escape is to climb the Wall that surrounds Claysoot. A climb no one has ever survived . . .

Taken

Author : Chris Jordan
ISBN : 9781426803833
Genre : Fiction
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No parent believes it can happen to them—their child taken from a suburban schoolyard in the gentle hours of dusk. But as widowed mother Kate Bickford discovers, everything can change in the blink of an eye. One minute her lanky, amazing, maddening Tommy is begging for ice cream. Then in a terrible instant, he's gone. Opening the door to her Connecticut home, hoping to find her son, Kate comes face-to-face with her son's abductor. He wants money. All she has. And if she doesn't follow something he calls The Method, the consequences will be gruesome. Her comfortable life collapses as precious seconds tick by, and Kate is horrified to uncover the terrible, world-shattering secret she and her son share with a killer who will stop at nothing.…

Taken

Author : Norah McClintock
ISBN : 9781554695461
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Two girls have recently disappeared near the town where Stephanie lives. She is concerned but is sure that it could never happen to her. But then it does. Tied up and alone far from home, she manages to escape her captor and run for her life. But she is in the middle of nowhere, with no food, no shelter and no way home. And worst of all, she has run away before, so she is sure that the police will not take her disappearance seriously. She will need to save herself, calling on lessons learned from her grandfather and an inner strength she never thought she had.

Taken By Surprise

Author : Ann Cooper Albright
ISBN : 0819566489
Genre : Performing Arts
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First comprehensive overview of improvisation in dance.

Taken

Author : Kathryn Schaeffer Pabst
ISBN : 9780595384907
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Donauschwaben, a mostly unknown ethnic group of Germans, migrated to Yugoslavia in the late 1700s. Endless boundary conflicts varyingly defined their land as Hungary, Yugoslavia, or Serbia. During World War II their ethnicity unfairly marked them as Nazi sympathizers despite their noncombatant status. They found themselves on the wrong side of every border as a wave of anti-German resentment legitimized their persecution and eradication. TAKEN: A Lament for a Lost Ethnicity relates the intimate memoirs of Joseph Schaeffer, an ethnic Donauschwaben. Joseph's childhood is stolen the day the Russians march into town. He is captured and taken from his land and family to a slave labor camp of endless suffering and years of imprisonment. Hope is restored after a courageous escape and eventual immigration to the United States. This enduring tale of survival eventually reunites the Schaeffer family and life begins anew. "TAKEN is a testament to one man's tenacity and courage and an affirmation of hope and life in a world full of despair and death. The plight of refugees in post-war central Europe is an important, yet neglected story. Joseph Schaeffer's life and memories bring poignancy and immediacy to that story. Kathryn Schaeffer Pabst ably crafts the memoir and deserves our appreciation for bringing her father's story of survival to us."-Eugene Edward Beiriger, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History, DePaul University

Taken

Author : Larry Elston
ISBN : 9781438990835
Genre : Fiction
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How can a simple thing as a mile walk up the road to go fishing turn into a nightmare for Larry and his family? Twelve year old Larry Nelson is taken by a man he does not know and ends up five states away from home. Afraid and frighten at not knowing why he had been taken. he has to come up with a plan of escape. What will happen to Larry if he is unsuccessful in his attempt to escape? Would he ever see his family again?

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