Published January 31, 2005
by Wasteland Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||204|
The Glimpse was a good read on many levels - romantic, thought-provoking, spiritual, and human relationships. It’s an engaging story that teaches us the value of forgiveness, love, and mercy. The main characters Nick and Allie definitely grow on you as the story progresses making it a book you don’t want to put down.5/5(27). The Glimpse is similar to a Nicholas Sparks story, only the main character, Nick Conway, finds God on his way to find love and forgiveness. Contact the Author | [email protected] . Glimpse is the third Carol Lynch Williams book Ive read, and my first experience with her verse. I had suspected from the eloquently spare style of The Chosen One and Miles From Ordinary that the author would handle verse effectively, and that theory was borne out by the pared back, sharp poetry used to tell the story in Glimpse/5. All things considered, The Glimpse puts a good step forward. Ana was a decent character. At first, I was not sure if she and I would mesh. However, as the book progressed, her character began to warp into someone more interesting, someone I would like to know more about. Jasper, on the other hand, was fantastic from the first moment he was introduced.
The Glimpse is a fictional story based on a dream meant to open the eyes of believers to dangers lurking around us. The fate of th. Maberry’s characters are haunting, in the various meanings of the adjective. Glimpse is a splendid book that exposes that there is more than meets the eye; espying what is lurking in the shadows and in the hidden recesses of our minds. Reviewed by Sheila M. Merritt. Buy The Glimpses’ latest EP: Upcoming Gigs. May Twin Oaks Tavern Winery May BIG Cork Vineyards Meet The Glimpses. Hear the Glimpses. Preview the latest songs. See the Glimpses. Browse the photo gallery. Watch The Glimpses. Watch select YouTube videos. Meet The Glimpses. Read the band bio and meet the members. London: Faber, Glimpse, bk. 1. Ana has lived a privileged existence amongst the Pures, but her whole world crumbles when she finds out that there was a mistake with her Pure test. She is actually one of the Crazies, and one day in the near or distant future she will become sick.
Book Description. The Glimpse by Claire Merle is an utterly compelling debut from a powerful new voice in YA fiction set in a disturbing near-future where society is segregated according to whether people are genetically disposed towards mental illness. About the Author/5(47). Glimpse is about two sisters, Hope and Lizzie. They are more than just sister, they are best friends. Lizzie is the oldest and has looked after Hope since she was just a baby. Suddenly, something has 4/5(17). Thomas Schorr-kon, Artist, survival instructor and Father of three, told each of his children stories when they were young. Often his children created the inspiration for those stories. As with the Glimpse, inspired by his daughter Amber. The next book in the pipe line is one his first son Helix inspired and will be out next year. You can read more book reviews or buy The Glimpse by Claire Merle at You can read more book reviews or buy The Glimpse by Claire Merle at Comments. Like to comment on this review? Just send us an email and we'll put the best up on the site.