5 edition of After The Fire found in the catalog.
|Statement||Kessinger Publishing, LLC|
|Publishers||Kessinger Publishing, LLC|
|LC Classifications||December 8, 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
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The narrative then segues into our After The Fire known as Moonbeam--uncovering the details of her life within The Base, the beliefs of the Holy Church of the Lord's Legion, the rise of Father John, and the events surrounding the siege and subsequent fire through a series of therapy sessions and flashbacks. Moonbeam takes her time to recount her story, gradually leading up to what she considers to be a sickening, gut churning secret, a festering guilt that will taint her in the eyes of the men she has come to trust, and the remaining Base kids that are still at the facility with her.
I don't like unresolved issues. This is the story of how they get their lives back on track or back to where they can like themselves again.
Waiting for the next book to,learn how After The Fire was and who the arsonist was who hurt so many in such a terrible way. Although it covers some sophisticated topics, alcoholism, neglect, death, Citra does an excellent job of making the story appropriate for younger readers. I thought this was a very well done Young Adult book which tackled a moment in time that should not be forgotten. It showcases Moonbeam, flashing back to the present as interludes, answers to questions by the FBI and Child Psychologist.
The band were explicit about their Christian faith - 'Signs of Change' is based on 'Pilgrim's Progress'. The stress Mitch has at home wears on him and when he meets Megan, she gives him something to focus on, the kids camp.
After killing 450 prophets of baal 1Kings 18:40, 1Kings 18:22 II.
Leigh pushes back uncovering a likely cause of why he is feeling the way he is feeling.
" - School Library Journal About the Author• He's staying for the kids since his wife is a crazy bitch and he doesn't trust her with the kids.
Moonbeam was a member of the Lord's Legion, which can best be described as a cult.
During their time at the lake, Melissa meets a mysterious girl named Alice while exploring a nearby island.