Michael Adams





Michael Adams



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Average rating: 4.01 · 215 ratings · 26 reviews · 61 distinct works · Similar authors
In Praise of Profanity

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Fear: Guide To Overcoming F...

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The Chronicles of Captain C...

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College Girls Sexy Pictures...

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Brain Games Glam to Go! Wor...

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The Lost Caverns of Millcreek

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Saints for Boys

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Slang: The People's Poetry

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Me, Lifelong Democrat, Voti...

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Build Your Own $100,000 Foo...

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“North of the 49th parallel we value equality; south of it, they treasure freedom.”
Michael Adams
tags: canada

“I thought about all the people who'd had to do this through history. The millions taking flight from disasters, fleeing tyrannical despots, making exodus from pogroms, escaping waring soldiers and pouring out of bombed cities. What had kept them going was the promise of safe haven, whether in some sprawling refugee camp or under the protection of a friendly army. We didn't have that.”
Michael Adams

“I thought about all the people who'd had to do this through history. The millions taking flight from disasters, fleeing tyrannical despots, making exodus from pogroms, escaping warring soldiers and pouring out of bombed cities. What had kept them going was the promise of safe haven, whether in some sprawling refugee camp or under the protection of a friendly army. We didn't have that”
Michael Adams, The Last Place



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