3 edition of Scorched Earth (Number 2 of 6) found in the catalog.
Scorched Earth (Number 2 of 6)
John C. Gentile
1991 by Tundra .
Written in English
|Contributions||Michael R. Gaydos (Illustrator)|
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"Scorched Earth will likely be recognized as a seminal work in the West's fire history—poignant historical analysis, told with a storyteller's flair. High Country News "This is a good book and a good read for those interested in the history of wildfire, resource preservation, and fire fighting efforts of the West.
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“Gear’s This Scorched Earth is a sprawling but thoroughly engaging journey of a family from the Civil War to the opening of the American West. The word “epic” is overused ― but this time it fits.”―C. Box, #1 New York Times bestselling author/5(44). Praise for SCORCHED EARTH Intricately plotted, insightful and deeply affecting, this novel by the author of the bestselling The Scorched Earth book of War probes the malignancy of racial prejudice among the self-righteous citizens of a tightly knit Southern blue-collar town.
- Publishers Weekly (starred review) Praise for the Novels of David L. Robbins'/5(56). Scorched Earth exposes the lengths psychopathic "progs" will go to all in the guise of humanitarianism while taking each one of your American rights away while they give bags of money and services to the diseased individuals from third world countries they are sneaking in.
Michael Savage Owes no loyalties to anyone and fights for the truth and it hurts/5(). Scorched Earth is a compendium of mans inhumanity to man, a fable about the stoniness of the human heart and the racism and bigotry of an insular small town that reads like Scott Turow crossed with Harper Lee, or maybe John Grisham with William Faulker.4/5.
With plenty of twists and turns, SCORCHED EARTH by David Mark is an energetic, addictive, and top-notch crime fiction novel.
While it is always advisable to start a series from the beginning, this book is honestly easily read as a standalone and you never feel like you have missed out - but why have one good book when you can have more?!/5(41).
William Gear's "This Scorched Earth" is a terrific novel of the Civil War and post-Civil War period. I meant to provide this brief review after I finished the novel in January or February of this year, but failed to do so. He focuses on a family from Arkansas and follows them through that tumultuous time/5.
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This Scorched Earth is an amazing tour de force depicting a family’s journey from near-devastation in the Civil War to their rebirth in the American West, from New York Times bestselling author William Gear. The Civil War tore at the very roots of our nation and destroyed most of a generation.
In rural Arkansas, the Hancocks were devastated by that war. Scorched EarthFire, Stone & Water series, book 1One will find a love that shakes the earth ’s compassion freed three dangerous elementals from a hellish prison. Released from centuries of incarceration, these powerful beings have the potential to leave a Brand: Theresa Shaver.
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As an UN peacekeeper, I joined the East Timorese fight for life. By then, the earth had drunk the blood of one third of their population. But worse was still to come. This is the true story of my experience. In the midst of the East Timorese fight for independence, militia were determined to enact their scorched earth policy and raze Timor to the ground.
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Michael Savage’s book “Scorched Earth” calls for conservative unity over purity tests because a Democrat win in is a disaster for the nation.
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