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White moon, black sea

Roberta Latow

White moon, black sea

by Roberta Latow

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Published by Knight in London .
Written in English

Edition Notes

This ed. originally published: London: Headline, 1994.

StatementRoberta Latow.
The Physical Object
Pagination407 p. ;
Number of Pages407
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22815564M
ISBN 101840674083

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This is a "Lightbeam Book". That means the book's illustrations are printed on plastic, with a black background. Between the two is a paper "flashlight" containing shades of white that the reader can move around.

Items highlighted by this flashlight pop out/5(7). Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for White Moon, Black Sea at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.

I’ve found The Black Moon a little bit less captivating than the previous book of the series (hence the four, instead of five, stars), though I do love Graham’s writing.

Maybe the parts I considered less interesting were the ones in which the French Revolution was mentioned, I’ve found them quite annoyingly distracting from the /5(). Provided to YouTube by MGM Blue Moon, Black Sea Emily Wurramara Black Smoke ℗ Emily Wurramara Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.

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Yes, I would enjoy reading an unabridged book about the Black Sea area. The current book is just too abridged for s: D uring the s and early s, the Black Sea ecosystem [[HN1][1]] was in a catastrophic condition [for reviews see ([1][2]–[4][3])].

The deterioration of this ecosystem was the result of two principal factors: eutrophication [[HN2][4]] (that is, nutrient enrichment due to domestic or agricultural waste) and invasion by the comb jelly [[HN3][5]] Mnemiopsis [[HN4][6]] (see the [figure][7.

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Princess Emma is on her way to her wedding when her ship is attacked by the Jolly Roger. Captured by ruthless pirates and miles from home, she is subject to the mercy of the handsome and dangerous Captain Hook.If I were to give this book 3-stars for historical accuracy, I would hope that some noble person would have me institutionalized.

"The Black Sun" is far from a work of nonfiction, but more like a collection of a few historical facts, a bunch of speculation, and lots out outright fantasy fiction/5(4).In a brief preface Graham touches on his present involvement with the 18th century Cornwall Poldark family and its tributaries who have appeared in four much earlier novels: ""It became necessary for me to see what happened to these people"" Indeed Graham's characters do seem to exist in a more substantial continuum than merely the mind of Graham.

And the families of Poldark, Chynoweth.