|LC Classifications||DS135.S553 L845 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||2008940034|
The experience of reading "Dark at the end of the tunnel" is an encounter with life, and like life, the book is often difficult to bear. As one journeys with "the psychoanalyst" through exchanges with friends, colleagues and patients, one confronts depressing moods: fear of dying, awareness of human frailty, social psychosis, and loss of faith Cited by: 2. The Dark Tunnel, Ross MacDonald. MacDonald’s first novel from –published under his own name, Kenneth Millar—is an espionage thriller, which features as its protagonist an American academic, Branch, who had visited Nazi Germany in the ‘30s as a tourist/5. The Dark at the End is the sequel to last year's Tunnel Vision, and picks up very soon after the first book left off. The main character, Jake, has the ability to "tunnel" to people -- basically, to be inside them and see everything they do, think, and feel, and can even control their actions/5(8). Dark at the End of the Tunnel book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This cross-genre novella introduces a comic hero - the psych /5(1).
The protagonist and narrator of The Dark Tunnel is Robert Branch, an assistant professor of English at a fictitious university located some 50 miles outside Detroit. On the same day he is rejected from enlisting in the Navy because of poor eyesight, Branch becomes embroiled in a fast and furious mission to expose a Nazi spy ring that has Reviews: The Dark at the End book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Continuing the critically acclaimed story of TUNNEL VISION: /5(11). Finding the Light at the End of the Depression Tunnel. Her latest book 40 Words of Wisdom for my 24 Year Old: A Parenting Manifesto (originally a Huffington Post blog) was published in April. She began writing to make sense of her life after the ending of her 20 year marriage. Rebecca is a NLP Master Practitioner and Personal Performance. Music. Dark at the End of the Tunnel marked a stylistic shift toward ballads, with less synthesized instrumentation and more emotive lyrics than the band's previous records. However, the album's rock-heavy opener, "When the Lights Go Out", is more reminiscent of the band's previous work, while "Run Away" was one of their most overt ska songs to date.
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