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Click or Press Enter to view the items in your shopping bag or Press Tab to interact with the Shopping bag tooltip Brand: Sports Publishing LLC. BENEATH THE SURFACE takes a closer look at the world of aquarium trainers and the care/treatment given to ocean mammals, specifically killer whales.
The book centers on orcas that John personally worked with/5. My first book this year is Undercurrents: A Life Beneath the Surface. Its written by a clinical psychologist who suffered from depression.
It seems ironic, doesnt it. But its one of most honest book I ever read, and it touches my feeling deeply, beyond the surface level I guess.
Its weird that starting new year by a depression book, isnt it a /5. “Michael Phelps: Beneath the Surface”, by Michael Phelps is an autobiography about Michael’s swimming career before, during, and breaks between the Olympic Games.
The book showcases all the work that Michael has put into his swimming career from a young kid all the way to the most decorated olympian in history/5(79). The book's description provides an excellent summary: "In Beneath the Surface, Hargrove paints a compelling portrait of these highly intelligent and social creatures, including his favorite whales Takara and her mother Kasatka, two of the most dominant orcas in he includes vibrant descriptions of the lives of orcas in the wild, contrasting their freedom in the ocean with their.
Martha Manning, Ph.D., is a writer, clinical psychologist, and former professor of psychology at George Mason University. She is the author of Undercurrents: A Life Beneath the Surface; Chasing Grace: Reflections of a Catholic Girl, Grown Up; and All Seasons Pass: Grieving Miscarriage.
Manning has been recognized by the National Institutes of Mental Health for her work in education and /5(59). This British import is an imaginatively constructed sequence of images that show a white boy examining a city pavement, clearly in London, and the sights he would see if he were able to travel down to the Earth’s core and then back again to the surface.
Zane Schweitzer’s Beneath the Surface. Athlete autobiographies and memoirs – ghost written or not – are a dime a dozen. Sometimes, most times, they are overblown with ego, peppered with tales of celebrity success and excess if not debauchery, with maybe a little inspiration thrown in.
And very rarely – if ever – does the athlete write the book with the intention of actually starting. Lockhart’s latest novel opens in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, where year-old Jule West Williams is spending a month at a luxury resort.
She speaks with a London. Michael Phelps: Beneath the Surface is a first-person account of Michael's journey to manhood and Olympic glory—from a toddler who was afraid to put his face in the water to a student overcoming an attention deficit disorder to a son dealing with his parents’ divorce to a brother who watched an older sister narrowly miss making the Olympic /5(12).
Beneath The Surface was an exciting novel. I highly recommend it to readers who enjoy compelling suspense and beautiful romance, as well as a nice balance of friendship, criminal investigation details, and faith. I can’t wait to read book two in what promises to be an amazing series.
The surprising answers lie deep beneath the surface, and Ng, whose stories have won awards including the Pushcart Prize, keeps an admirable grip on the narrative's many strands as she expertly explores and exposes the Lee family's secrets: the dreams that have given way to disappointment; the unspoken insecurities, betrayals and yearnings; the Author: Mona Awad.
Book Review: The Prodigal God, by Timothy Keller Synopsis: Just about everyone is familiar with the story of the prodigal son, perhaps the most well-known parable of have found comfort in its moral of the free forgiveness available to repentant prodigals.
To summarize, Beneath the Surface was a well thought out book that would have been ten times better with some fine tuning in terms of writing style, character development, and plot-hole-patching. Despite my multiple critiques, this book was in no way a bad one, but by being in a genre that’s very hit or miss for me and with writing that wasn.
“Beneath the Surface instantly grabs the reader's attention with a vivid description of an aggressive incident between a captive orca and former SeaWorld trainer John Hargrove. Clearly there is still much to reveal about the grim reality behind the 'glamorous' orca show/5(18).
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NPR coverage of Beneath the Surface: Killer Whales, Seaworld, and the Truth Beyond Blackfish by John Hargrove and Howard Chua-Eoan.
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The surprising answers lie deep beneath the surface, and Ng, whose stories have won awards including the Pushcart Prize, keeps an admirable grip on the narrative's many strands as she expertly explores and exposes the Lee family's secrets: the dreams that have given way to disappointment; the unspoken insecurities, betrayals and yearnings; the Author: Anita Shreve.
Enlisting the help of her best friend, Jody, and a ouija board, Claire seeks to find out the truth of What Lies Beneath. — Eugene Kim With their only daughter in college, the loving couple of Dr Norman Spencer and his spouse, Claire, a former cellist, retreat in picturesque Vermont to live a tranquil life at their.
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Beneath the Surface by Michael Phelps Summary: The autobiography of swimmer Michael Phelps and his attempt to win 8 gold medals in the Olympics in Athens. Rating: 3 out of 5 Comments: I enjoyed this because I respect Michael Phelps and all he has accomplished.
But there wasn't much to it. A nice travelogue, nothing life : Krystal Trapnell.An intensely dark psychological drama, Beneath the Surface is set between a psychiatrist's office and a public swimming pool and tells the story of Michael, a young man undergoing long-term psychiatric evaluation.
During a long session with his doctor Michael struggles through a series of visual tests.