Published July 1, 1993
by Audioworks .
Written in English
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A tale of war and peace, of loyalties and betrayals, and of a soldier's love for a mysterious and dangerous woman, The Ten Thousand captures the eternal spirit of courage--in the face of impossible odds/5(). Harold Coyle's first novel, Team Yankee, was by far his best. The Ten Thousand has an interesting premise and is prehaps well-written, but his characters are simply unbelievable. They come off as strutting, arrogant super-soldiers with no humanity, in short, as cardboard 1-dimensional characters/5. One such relic is a book titled The Ten Thousand Doors, which tells of Doors between worlds. January knows the book must be true, because she once saw such a Door. When her father goes missing, January decides to leave her cosseted existence to discover his fate/5(). “Ten Thousand Saints is a whirling dervish of a first novel―a planet, a universe, a trip. As wild as that may sound, wonder of wonders, the book is also carefully and lovingly created [Henderson] writes with great compassion but does not flinch” (Los Angeles Times)/5().
First published in , Dutch author Maria Dermo t's loosely autobiographical The Ten Thousand Things, trans. by Hans Koning, is now back in print in English. Felicia, who grew up with her Dutch grandmother on an Indonesian island, returns there from Holland with her young son, Himpies, after being robbed and abandoned by her by: 3. The Ten Thousand Doors of January () is a fantasy novel by Alix E. Harrow. In this coming-of-age story, Harrow uses her background as a historian to recreate early 20th-century America, particularly its ways of thinking and societal rules. Just before her seventeenth birthday, January finds a strange book titled The Ten Thousand Doors that purports to be a monograph on passages and portals between worlds. Primarily, though, it’s about the life and adventures of a young woman named Adelaid Lee Larson (Ade), who finds some Doors of her own/5(K). Harold Coyle is the "New York Times" bestselling author of nine novels, including Look Away, "The Ten Thousand, Trial by Fire, Bright Star, Sword Point, " and "Team Yankee." He lives in 3/5(3).
Ten Thousand Children is a credible and compelling book which compiles first-hand accounts by children who escaped the Holocaust through a rescue mission known as the Kindertransport/5(12). THE TEN THOUSAND by Michael Curtis Ford ‧ RELEASE DATE: June 1, Xenophon’s Anabasis provides the model for this epic first novel of Greek mercenaries stranded in the heart of the Persian empire during the late fifth century : Michael Curtis Ford. A US Army trapped in Central Europe slugs its way to the sea through Germany, where that pesky, recurrent national personality problem prevails. Characters from Coyle's previous thrillers (Trial by Fire, etc.) return, having in some cases been promoted. At the end of WW II, Pvt. George Kozak tossed a grenade into a basement in Regensburg, Germany, killing a mother and daughter and crippling a Author: Harold Coyle. " The Ten Thousand Doors of January is both whimsical and smart, using engaging writing and a unique plot to touch on serious topics. Harrow's debut reads like a love letter to the art of storytelling itself, and readers will be eager for more from her."— Booklist" The Ten Thousand Doors of January is rich and poignant, angry and beautiful, by turns/5(51).