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The song of David, Amy Harmon

Label
The song of David
Title
The song of David
Statement of responsibility
Amy Harmon
Creator
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
David "Tag" is a fighter and the owner of a bar, fighting arena, gym and sporting goods store that comprise a city block. When he first sees Millie, the new dancer at his bar, he knows that she is different. She soon becomes the girl that he wants to fight for and claim as his own. She teaches him that sometimes the contributions of the biggest heroes go unrecognized and that the most important battles are the ones that we may not win
Cataloging source
ZAB
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Harmon, Amy
Dewey number
813.6
Index
no index present
Literary form
novels
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  • Man-woman relationships
  • Mixed martial arts
  • Pole dancing
  • Salt Lake City (Utah)
  • Man-woman relationships
  • Mixed martial arts
  • Pole dancing
  • Utah
Label
The song of David, Amy Harmon
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Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Sequel to: The law of Moses
  • Publishing information from Amazon.com
  • "I won my first fight when I was eleven years old, and I've been throwing punches ever since. Fighting is the purest, truest, most elemental thing there is. Some people describe heaven as a sea of unending white. Where choirs sing and loved ones await. But for me, heaven was something else. It sounded like the bell at the beginning of a round, it tasted like adrenaline, it burned like sweat in my eyes and fire in my belly. It looked like the blur of screaming crowds and an opponent who wanted my blood. For me, heaven was the octagon. Until I met Millie, and heaven became something different. I became something different. I knew I loved her when I watched her stand perfectly still in the middle of a crowded room, people swarming, buzzing, slipping around her, her straight dancer's posture unyielding, her chin high, her hands loose at her sides. No one seemed to see her at all, except for the few who squeezed past her, tossing exasperated looks at her unsmiling face. When they realized she wasn't normal, they hurried away. Why was it that no one saw her, yet she was the first thing I saw? If heaven was the octagon, then she was my angel at the center of it all, the girl with the power to take me down and lift me up again. The girl I wanted to fight for, the girl I wanted to claim. The girl who taught me that sometimes the biggest heroes go unsung and the most important battles are the ones we don't think we can win"--Back cover
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Control code
ocn916067601
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
ii, 250 pages
Isbn
9781514185018
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)916067601
Label
The song of David, Amy Harmon
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Sequel to: The law of Moses
  • Publishing information from Amazon.com
  • "I won my first fight when I was eleven years old, and I've been throwing punches ever since. Fighting is the purest, truest, most elemental thing there is. Some people describe heaven as a sea of unending white. Where choirs sing and loved ones await. But for me, heaven was something else. It sounded like the bell at the beginning of a round, it tasted like adrenaline, it burned like sweat in my eyes and fire in my belly. It looked like the blur of screaming crowds and an opponent who wanted my blood. For me, heaven was the octagon. Until I met Millie, and heaven became something different. I became something different. I knew I loved her when I watched her stand perfectly still in the middle of a crowded room, people swarming, buzzing, slipping around her, her straight dancer's posture unyielding, her chin high, her hands loose at her sides. No one seemed to see her at all, except for the few who squeezed past her, tossing exasperated looks at her unsmiling face. When they realized she wasn't normal, they hurried away. Why was it that no one saw her, yet she was the first thing I saw? If heaven was the octagon, then she was my angel at the center of it all, the girl with the power to take me down and lift me up again. The girl I wanted to fight for, the girl I wanted to claim. The girl who taught me that sometimes the biggest heroes go unsung and the most important battles are the ones we don't think we can win"--Back cover
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Control code
ocn916067601
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
ii, 250 pages
Isbn
9781514185018
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)916067601

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