Impunity: freedom from punishment, harm or loss. Impunity was the serendipitous name for the vessel that in 1989 carried Mary and Bruce Trimble, now of Camano Island, on their 13,000 mile voyage through the South Seas and back to Seattle.
In David Jussero’s book, Telling It the Way It Was: A Country Boy Survives Life in the City, he urges his readers to get the most out of life, because “Life is like a roll of toilet paper; the closer you come to the end, the faster it goes.”
It’s that time of year and Christmas is drawing near! For some people, Christmas is a special time for families to be together, students taking a break from school and good will towards thy fellow man. How can anyone possibly hate this lovely holiday?
Coffey's flair for storytelling draws the reader into his novel from the first sentence: "In those long days between the town's death and its rebirth, everyone had a story of how the magic came to Leah Norcross."
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