Pearl by Malory Thomas

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Pearl, a married 30-year-old convenience store worker, longs for change and excitement. Believing she can find it in the purchase of a Mustang, she soon learns that her co-worker, Austin, a recent college graduate, offers the thrill she's missed out on.

When circumstances force the two apart, Pearl faces the difficult decision of repairing her marriage, thereby staying true to her religious beliefs, or disrupting her entire life to explore something life-changing.
 

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Published December 16, 2013 by Amazon. 195 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Allen skillfully blends background information and eyewitness accounts from Japanese pilots, American servicemen, and nurses in this copiously illustrated addition to the canon of books commemorating December 7, 1941.

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Weyr cites his journalist father’s return to the city after the war, “appalled by what he found”: Though the non-Jewish people had the same names, they now looked “Alpine-Nordic” and “spoke a foreign language from which the magic of the Viennese dialect had totally disappeared.” Vienna remains pr...

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Pearl proves her artistic talent by painting a mural on her bedroom wall.

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Maybe this is why PJ20 feels too much like it was made by a fan who was simply excited about getting to hang out with the band and watch rare performance and behind-the-scenes footage, not a director attempting to tell Pearl Jam's untold story, probe deep into the band's inner workings and relati...

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