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Bones of the Moon

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        StatementOrb Books
        PublishersOrb Books
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        LC ClassificationsMay 3, 2002
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 97 p. :
        Number of Pages47
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100312873123
        Series
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And he had great shoulders. What I remember most about the whole experience was the serene sense of comfort and soft calm I felt when I woke up in a hospital bed late one August afternoon, childless again.

Bones of the Moon by Jonathan Carroll

But then, just when you've about made up your mind one way or the other, Carroll hints that perhaps this is all simply in her head--the mind's way of dealing with an unhealed emotional scar. Real carnage…blood and feathers were splattered across the whole front of the car. The fantasy world of Rondua, its lands and creatures are drawn with deft skills that remind me of the work of Maurice Sendak.

how the mountains had learned to run, why only rabbits were allowed pencils, when the birds had decided to become all one color.

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This book is one of Carroll's earliest, and introduces a number of memorable characters: Cullen James, the main character, and Weber Gregston, who appears in some of Carroll's later books.

Certainly, the Moon can certainly can affect our emotions—from a sense of awe and wonder to perhaps a self-contemplative and spiritual feeling. During the day I would call places like Alaska and ask distant-voiced scientists about the mating habits of the musk-ox. Look at our parents and how many times they wanted to brain us when we were growing up.