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Winston, Mark

Works: 3 works in 11 publications in 1 language and 181 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Personal narratives‡vAmerican 
Roles: Narrator
Classifications: PS3551.N73, 813.54
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Publications about Mark Winston
Publications by Mark Winston
Most widely held works by Mark Winston
Chaos mode by Piers Anthony( Sound Recording )
7 editions published between 1993 and 2013 in English and held by 116 libraries worldwide
Colene, Darius, and the magnificent telepathic horse Sequiro, travelling companions from Virtual Mode and Fractal Mode, face their most dangerous adventure ever as they pass freely from one universe to the next. They are joined by a most unlikely companion: Burgess, a tentacled creature from a world where evolution went entirely differently from the path it took for us. And their travels take them to a place that in some ways is the strangest of all, a place called Earth
Fractal mode by Piers Anthony( file )
3 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 63 libraries worldwide
Saved from death at the hands of the Emperor Ddwng, would-be lovers Colene and Darius and their companions -- Provos, a woman who remembers only the future, and Sequiro, a telepathic horse -- stumble into yet another dangerous reality where despots rule with a cruel and heavy hand. Held captive, the friends must combine their unusual talents in a daring escape that leads them on adventure after adventure with the most intriguing characters -- some threatening, some friendly -- ever to grace the page. Among them, Angus, the adorable flying giant; Nona, the lovely and magical "ninth of the ninth;" Slick, the gangster with a death sentence; and the megaplayers, mysterious musicians of old whose giant instruments still dot the landscape
Vanishing voices of World War II ( visu )
1 edition published in 2005 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
World War II was the defining event of the 20th Century. No other war in our history has engaged so many U.S. citizens. Sixteen million Americans served their country during WWII. Over 400,000 service men and women gave their lives and more than 670,000 were wounded. Most people do not realize the depth and breadth of service our veterans performed during WWII. From those who served this country on land, sea or in the air, to those supporting the war effort on the home front, each has their own personal memories of this war. Today these veterans are passing away at a rate of over one thousand a day. As their voices fall silent, so do their stories. To bring some of these stories to life, dozens of Michigan WWII veterans shared with Public Television, their personal stories and experiences. Many of which have never been shared before ... until now. Vanishing Voices of WWII tells their stories of courage, friendship, humor, and tragedy that represents some of the greatest sacrifices ever made by Americans, and offers us valuable lessons about patriotism, honor, bravery, and service to country -- Container
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