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Misfits & heroes
Kathleen Flanagan Rollins
|Other titles||Misfits and heroes|
|Statement||Kathleen Flanagan Rollins|
|LC Classifications||PS3618.O5525 M57 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||435 p. :|
|Number of Pages||435|
|LC Control Number||2010934870|
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Misfits & Heroes is an historical (actually, a prehistorical) novel with a rich cast of characters that seem to be predestined to share their lives. I liked them, disliked them, and got frustrated with them just as they did with each other in their journeys/5(35). Misfits and Heroes (4 book series) Kindle Edition From Book 1: A thief offers a woman a chance at a new life by cutting her bonds, beginning a journey that will take both of them downriver and out to the coast of West Africa.
Misfits and Heroes by Kathleen Flanagan Rollins is a saga of human suffering, hope, friendship and love. Beautifully written and rich in imagery, it takes the reader through the trials and tribulations of a small group of people living thousands of years ago/5(47).
Misfits and Heroes by Kathleen Flanagan Rollins is a saga of human suffering, hope, friendship and love. Beautifully written and rich in imagery, it takes the reader through the trials and tribulations of a small group of people living thousands of years ago/5(54).
Misfits and Other Heroes is a debut not to be missed. Suzanne Burns has previously published two collections of poetry, Blight from Archer Books and The Flesh Procession from Bleak House Books. Her writing has been nominated for four Pushcart Prizes and she is the recipient of two poetry : In Misfits and Other Heroes Burns writes of disproportion, excess, reinvention, and lack as a means Misfits and Other Heroes is the literary equivalent of Todd Browning’s classic film Freaks, which is—in this achingly dull age of worthy fictions—a wonderful and daring thing to be.” —Pinckney Benedict/5.