1 edition of Fighting in the shade found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Sterling Watson|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||320 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||2010939102|
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STERLING WATSON is the author of eight novels, including Deadly Sweet, Sweet Dream Baby, Fighting in the Shade, and Suitcase City. Watson's short fiction and nonfiction have appeared in Prairie Schooner, the Georgia Review, the Los Angeles Times Book Review, the Michigan Quarterly Review, and the Southern Review. He was director of the creative writing program at Eckerd College . m Followers, 1, Following, k Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from The Shade Room (@theshaderoom).
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Xerxes waited just long enough for his ‘immortals’ to descend the other side of the mountain, and then pou men into the fight. The few remaining Greeks left their position at the wall in attempt to kill as many Persians as possible. Genre: Junior Book- Historical Fiction Summary: The setting of the book is the end of the Civil War.
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STERLING WATSON is the author of eight novels, including Deadly Sweet, Sweet Dream Baby, Fighting in the Shade, and Suitcase ’s short fiction and nonfiction have appeared in Prairie Schooner, the Georgia Review, the Los Angeles Times Book Review, the Michigan Quarterly Review, and the Southern was director of the creative writing program at Eckerd College for twenty.Like all Shades, both in the film and in the book, Durza possesses superhuman strength which surpasses even the most impressive of humans.
Eragon remarks that duelling with Durza in sword-combat is dramatically harder than fighting with Murtagh (A hardened and seasoned warrior) and even Brom (A master swordsman who had previously defeated and.
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