Coldplay – Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall
Coldplay Live 2012, out now on DVD/CD/Blu-ray/digital. Get it from your local retailer at smarturl.it Music video by Coldplay performing Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall. (P) 2011 The copyright in this audiovisual recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd
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The Next Mozart? 6-Year Old Piano Prodigy Wows All
6-year old Emily Bear has wowed audiences from the White House to her own house. Playing the piano since age 3, Emily also composes her own music. Has WGN-TV discovered the next Mozart?
i want to read more books? I have readHarry PotterInk-worldTwilightHouse Of NightDarkest PowersObernewtonMortal Instruments1800 where-r-uJennifer ScalesEon Eona Rhiannon GodfreyTrue BloodOnce Dead twice Shy seriesWickedVampire AcademyImmortalCircle of MagicPercy JacksonUndineVampire KissesWicca (teen witch series)And So on so onanyone have anything else to read
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step 1: go to the local librarystep 2: take out a book you haven’t readstep 3: see if you like it or notstep 4: f**k b*****s step 5: get money
Dry Season by Dan Smith The Ballerina, the Gymnast and the Yoga Master by RJ SilverDoctor at Large by Richard GordonSanctum’s Breach by Jeff InloHeart of Darkness by Joseph ConradBeatrice Beecham’s: Halloween Haunting by Dave JefferyThe Rites of Passage by William GoldingThe Shop on Blossom Street by Debbie MacomberA Good Yarn by Debbie MacomberWriting Jane Austen by Elizabeth AstonOld Curiosity Shop by Charles DickensLittle Stranger by Sarah WatersReturn of the Raven by Phillip ElstonDreams Underfoot and Widdershins by Charles de LintCoffin on Murder Street by Gwendoline ButlerHarry Potter -3 short stories by Bruce T ForbesThe Hippopotamus by Stephen FryBible Mysteries by Lonely SoulLet the Right on In by John Ajvide LindqivstThe Diary of a Nobody by George GrossmithSanctus by Simon Toyne1984 by George OrwellThe Great Gatsby by F Scot FitzgeraldWolf Hall by Hilary MantellSaturday by Ian McEwanDracula’s Quest by Bram Stoker The Truth Cookie by Fiona DunbarNocturnes by John ConnollyDead(ish) by Naomi KramerI Robot by Cory Doctorow The World’s Wife by Carol Ann Duffy – poemsThe Fourth Bear by Jasper Fforde Race against Time by Eric BrownThe Poison in the Blood by Tom HollandLily by Adele GerasThe Ghost Brigades by John ScalziA Hat full of Sky by Terry PratchetThe Onion Girl by Charles de LinteBrenda and Effie series Never the Bride, Something Borrowed and Conjugal Rites all by Paul MagrsThe Secret World of Witchcraft by Jason KarlThe Importance of being Earnest by Oscar WildeThe Pile of Stuff at the Bottom of the Stairs by Christina HopkinsonI Spied a Pale Horse by Mark TimlinSean Bean: The Biography by Larua JacksonNever Let Me Go by Kazuo IshiguroThe Girl in the Red Coat by Roma LigockaToast by Nigel SlaterMen at Work by Mike Gayle Strangers on the 16:02 by Priya BasilPalaces and Calluses by Rebecca WoodheadThrone of Vengeance by Jeff InloBalance of Fate by Jeff InloPrisoner of Zenda by Anthony HopeThe Golden Notebook by Doris LessingDemon Girl by Penelope FletcherThe Bell Jar by Sylvia PlathThe Goodbye Summer by Patricia GaffneyParky: An Autobiography by Micheal ParkinsonTender is the Night by F Scott FitzgeraldBrave New World by Aldous HuxleyThe Dark House by Ida Alexa Ross Wylie The Lollipop Shoes by Joanne HarrisNight Watch by Sarah WatersDiary of a Whimpy Kid by Jeff KinneyThe Glory of Ipping by Helen H UrbanDiscovery of Witches by Deborah HarknessTangled up in Love by Heidi BettsThe Gates by John ConnollyMarco and the Blade of Night by Thom MadleyThe Private Life of Florence Nightingale by Richard GordonShirley by Charlotte BronteJane and the Damned by Janet MullanyAfter Dark by Haruki MurakamiBasilisk by Graham MastertonScar Night by Alan CampbellAlias Grace by Margaret AttwoodHouse Guest by David G BarrettThe Discover of Dorset by Peter PughUncommon Reader by Alan BennettDown and Out in the Magic Kingdom by Cory DoctorowEnglish Lord, Ordinary Lady by Fiona HarperThe Weight of Water by Anita ShrieveCompany of Liars by Karen MaitlandBlow on a Dead Man’s Embers by Mari StrachanBleakly Hall by Elaine de RolloWhat the Hell is up with Heaven? by Christopher PetersonRivers of London by Ben AaronovitchImmortals by Tracy HickmanFallen by Kate LaurenEnter Wildthyme by Paul MagrsThe Last Dragon Slayer by Jasper FfordeOn Canaan’s Side by Sebastian BarryNo and Me by Delphine de ViganFull Dark, No Stars by Stephen KingMoon over Soho by Ben AaronovitchTear in Time by Christopher David PetersonRoom by Emma DonohueThe Summoner by Gail Z MartinA Visit from the Goon Squad by Jennifer EganDoctor in Love by Richard GordonAgatha Raisin and the Vicious Vet by M C BeatonTestament of a Witch by Douglas WattMy Sister is a Werewolf by Kathy LoveEndless Summer by Christopher David Peterson – EbookHandmaids Tale by Margaret AttwoodWaking the Witch by Kelly ArmstrongThe Death and Life of Charlie St Cloud by Ben SherwoodMr Toppit by Charles EltonCatch 22 by Joseph HellierWiddershins by Charles De LinteMarco’s Pendulum by Thom MadleyAphrodite’s War by Andrea BusfieldThe Short Hello by Susie MaguireDancing With Mermaids by Miles GibbonsGod’s Debris by Scot AdamsWhen God was a Rabbit by Sarah WinmanHound of The Baskervilles by Arthur Conon DoyleWinter King by Bernard CornwallEnemy of God by Bernard CornwallExcalibur by Bernard CornwallThe Hobbit by JRR TolkienWatership Down by Richard AdamsLady Chatterley’s Lover by D H LawrenceRosie by Alan TitchmarshThe Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann ShafferAgatha Raisin and the Love from HellFall of Giants by Ken FolletThe Glass House by Amitav GhoshThe Blood King by Gail Z MartinDoctor and Son by Richard Gordon
You’ve read a lot of fantasy so the natural progression would be to move onto Lord of the Rings. How old are you? These are all teen books so you might be at the stage where you make the progression to more adult fiction. Start with Lord of the Rings as it is quite advanced and head to your local library to see if there are any books you would like to read. Have fun!
~The Uglies Series by Scott Westerfeld (at 16, everyone has plastic surgery to become “Pretties.” Shay decides she doesn’t want the surgery, and runs away, pushing her best friend Tally into a world of chaos. The authorities offer Tally a choice: find Shay and bring her home, or never turn Pretty at all)~Th1rteen R3asons Why by Jay Asher (before a girl kills herself, she records thirteen tapes sending them to 13 people explaining why they played a part in her suicide)~Matched by Ally Condie (the society make all the choices, and Cassia trusts that they’re the right ones, but when her future husband is shown , she knows he’s the one for her until she sees Ky’s face)~Accross The Universe (Amy, along with her parents goes on a spaceship, expecting that when she wakes up she will be in a new planet, 300 years in the future, but she gets there 50 years earlier and finds out it wasn’t a mistake, someone is trying to kill her)~Entwined by Heather Dixon (Azalea is trapped. Just when she thinks she has everything, it’s all taken away from her. The Keeper understands. He’s trapped, too, held for centuries within the walls of the palace. Every night, Azalea and her eleven sisters may step through the enchanted passage in their room to dance in his silver forest. But there is a cost)~Human 4 by Mike A. Lancaster (Kyle volunteered to be hypnotized at a talent show but when he wakes up, his world is the same, Televisions and computers no longer work, but a strange language streams across their screens. Everyone’s behaving oddly. It’s as if Kyle doesn’t exit.)~Soul Screamer Series by Rachel Vincent (Kaylee Cavanaugh wants to be a normal schoolgirl but she possesses a strange power. She doesn’t see dead people, but she can sense when somebody nearby is about to die)~Maximum Ride by James Patterson ( The series chronicles the lives of six fugitive kids,born in a laboratory , they endured scientific experiments that made them 98% human and 2% bird, they spend their time running from monsters)~The Power Of Five by Anthony Horowitz (five children who are destined to defeat mystical entities known only as “The Old Ones” who ruled for a long period of time ten thousand years ago)~Gone by Michael Grant(in a small town, everyone fifteen and over mysteriously disappears in the blink of an eye )~The Maze Runner by James Dashner (a boy wakes up to find himself in an elevator. He doesn’t remember anything but his name, he finds out that he’s in a maze, and that every 30 days a new boy is put in the maze, nobody knows how to get out, until a girl comes along and may have some answers)~Belladonna Johnson by Helen Stringer (a girl that can talk to the dead)~The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (probably hard to miss this one, but in case you have, each year a boy and girl are each chosen from 12 districts, they’re placed in an arena where they must fight to death on live tv)~Hush Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick (Nora Grey, a normal teenage girl with an unknown connection to the Nephilim, and super-alluring bad boy, Patch, now her neighbour in biology class. Together they find themselves at the centre of a centuries-old feud between a fallen angel and a Nephilim…)~The Wolves Of Mercy Falls by Maggie Stiefvater (Grace has been watching the wolves outside her home every winter. She is drawn to one in particular that has stunning yellow eyes, and she’s certain that it is the same wolf who saved her from a pack of wolves who attacked her when she was a young girl.)~Halo by Alexandra Adornetto (dark forces are gathering. murders, poverty. 3 angels are sent to earth to help and go against darkness. Bethany the least experienced of the three, she is also the most connected to the human race.)~Ripple by Mandy Hubbard (Lexi is cursed with a dark secret.She is a siren – a deadly mermaid destined to lure men to their watery deaths. After accidently drowning her boyfriend, Lexi shuts herself off from the world, vowing to protect the ones she loves. But she soon finds herself caught between a new boy at school)~The Forbidden Game by L.J Smith (To lose the game is to lose your life)~The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan (Mary’s village is protected by a chain linked fence. On the other side of the fence are zombies,Mary wants to go to the other side to see the ocean, even if it means putting those she loves in danger)
If you like vampire books that have a new hook, I think you’d like Vampires Rule. It is the first in a six book series and the second one was just released. It’s Werewolves Rule. Problem is you can only find them online. I checked. You can get them from Amazon as ebooks or in print. Personally I love ebooks. They are cheap and I don’t wind up with a huge pile in the corner of my bedroom. 🙂
Check out “The Flying Deuce” by Brian Linn Smith. It’s gotten good reviews on amazon and it’s now on Kindle. I read an interview with the author and he’s donationg money to a wounded veteran. Here’s the back cover.Murder in the MountainsRob Allen lost his youth and his leg in Iraq. Being the single parent of a four year old girl has given him a reason to recover and paramedic school has given him the means. A disciplinary transfer has displaced him from his native Manhattan into the secluded mountains of northern Pennsylvania. His fears of boredom are quickly replaced by a struggle for survival. When Rob realizes that a traffic accident victim was actually murdered he enlists the help of Deputy Coroner Anna Drake. As the two investigate they discover that the crime of the city has its roots in the beautiful mountains. They become targets and race to stop the killer before more of their informants, or they and their families die.