Gemini is the story of young Bascomb McGoslin and his search for love and spiritual fulfillment—a search which became a desperate flight from the life and the world he had known before. Behind Bascomb’s headlong escape was June Cyzmanski—a willful, beautiful creature as hungry for love as he, but with an honesty he had not yet achieved. Torn by his passion for Cyz and by his guilt over their love affair, Bascomb was impelled to seek absolution for his sins within the religious life. Gemini is many things. It is a bold and honest portrait of a man trapped by his own keen intelligence in a nightmare of doubt and ignorance. It is a fascinating and faithful recreation of seminary life. And, above all, it is a haunting story of love—between man and woman, man and God. William Kelley was born in 1929, the fourth of seven children. His first novel, Gemini was a best seller when first published in 1959. He has an extensive background as both writer and producer, having written numerous movies and series for television as well as 7 novels. He received an Academy Award for best screenplay in 1986 for Witness.
THE STORY: The play takes place in the backyard of adjoining houses in South Philadelphia: one house occupied by Fran Geminiani, a laborer, and his son, Francis, a Harvard student; the other by a boisterous, earthy divorcee named Bunny and her fat,
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Each of these elegant little volumes is packed with everything you'd want to know about your Sun Sign from such basics as your ruling planet, symbol, constellation, lucky numbers and birthstone, to keywords and illuminating quotes from the rich and famous who share your sign. Naturally, romance comes into play with suggested amorous combinations for each sign and even an exploration of each sign's distinctive erogenous zones for the benefit of a would-be lover.
SPRING, 1987: Justine Knox and her fiancé, Alex Van Huss, exit a dark movie theater and quickly find themselves in the midst of a torrential, Indiana thunderstorm. Trapped outside in the elements, Alex leads Justine on a shortcut through a rundown apartment complex and into their worst nightmare... As the two of them rush through the woods behind the apartment buildings, they come across David Hawkins—a distraught, out-of-his-mind drug addict—burying the bodies of his wife and her lover. Unfortunately for the two young lovers, David Hawkins takes out all of his hate and anger on Justine and Alex. After murdering Alex, David rapes Justine and leaves her for dead... Shortly after the horrible incident in the woods, Justine learns that she is pregnant, and the only man that could possibly have impregnated her is the monster that raped her and killed her fiancé. With the support of her parents, Justine makes the difficult decision to have an abortion... Unbeknownst to Justine, she would have given birth to twins... SPRING, 2005: Nearly twenty years later, with a new name and a family of her own, Adrienne Morgan (formerly Justine Knox) wants nothing more than to forget that fateful night eighteen years in the past. A chance encounter in the local grocery store will shatter all of that... Is Adrienne losing her mind, as her loving husband and children suspect, or is she being haunted: stalked by fragments from her past long dead and buried?
In Gemini - Steps to the Moon, David Shayler, the author, tells the story of the origin and development of the programme and the spacecraft from the perspective of the engineers, flight controllers and astronauts involved. It includes chapters on flight tests, Extra Vehicular Activity (EVA), rendezvous and docking, as well as information from NASA archives and personal interviews.
In a powerful and daring debut novel, Sonya Mukherjee shares the story of sisters Clara and Hailey, conjoined twins who are learning what it means to be truly extraordinary. Seventeen-year-old conjoined twins, Clara and Hailey, have lived in the same small town their entire lives—no one stares at them anymore. But there are cracks in their quiet existence and they’re slowing becoming more apparent. Clara and Hailey are at a crossroads. Clara wants to stay close to home, avoid all attention, and study the night sky. Hailey wants to travel the world, learn from great artists, and dance with mysterious boys. As high school graduation approaches, each twin must untangle her dreams from her sister’s, and figure out what it means to be her own person. Told in alternating perspectives, this unconventional coming-of-age tale shows how dreams can break your heart—but the love between sisters can mend it.
"It often seems that Geminis are made of Teflon, nothing ever sticks. Whatever you accuse them of and despite overwhelming incriminating evidence Geminis are able to talk themselves out of any situation." A humorous look at the versatile Gemini personality. Find out what makes Geminis tick. What are their ambitions, the most suitable careers and what kinds of lovers do they make? This full color and wonderfully illustrated Astrology book is the perfect gift for the Gemini in your life for their birthday, as a Christmas present or a small gift for Valentine's Day. A small price for 36 pages full of fun and giggles.
Jean and Paul are identical twins. Outsiders, even their parents, cannot tell them apart, and call them Jean-Paul. When Jean rebels against their unity and deserts his brother, Paul sets out to follow him in a pilgrimage that leads all around the world, through places that reflect their separation.