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The Winners Curse (The Winners Trilogy, #1) by Marie RutkoskiWinning what you want may cost you everything you love...
As a general’s daughter in a vast empire that revels in war and enslaves those it conquers, seventeen-year-old Kestrel has two choices: she can join the military or get married. But Kestrel has other intentions.
One day, she is startled to find a kindred spirit in a young slave up for auction. Arin’s eyes seem to defy everything and everyone. Following her instinct, Kestrel buys him—with unexpected consequences. It’s not long before she has to hide her growing love for Arin.
But he, too, has a secret, and Kestrel quickly learns that the price she paid for a fellow human is much higher than she ever could have imagined.
Set in a richly imagined new world, The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski is a story of deadly games where everything is at stake, and the gamble is whether you will keep your head or lose your heart.
The Lucky One
Published by Kevin Busse H0. Available Instantly. Piano - Moderately Easy Early-intermediate piano solos. Composed by Susan Greene. SoundForth
Paul Winter’s “My Brazil” Quintet
From a young age, Katie was passionate about music. Throughout her early schooling, she participated in choral competitions and festivals and won accolades at the regional, state, and national level — including the "Heritage Festival Outstanding Soloist: Maestro Award" and "Outstanding Soloist in American High School Honors Choir. - As someone who suffers from severe anxiety, I created a playlist awhile a go that helps calms me down. Also if you have songs to add let know I would love more.
In the Paul Winter Sextet was sent by the U. State Department on a six-month goodwill tour of twenty-three countries of Latin America. In the mids, Paul went to live for a year in Brazil and it became a second home for him. He recorded several albums. Brazilian guitar, Afro-Brazilian percussion, and the symphonic music of Villa-Lobos inspired the aural-vision of the new ensemble he would call the Paul Winter Consort.
In the Paul Winter Sextet was sent by the U. State Department on a six-month goodwill tour of twenty-three countries of Latin America. He recorded several albums. Brazilian guitar, Afro-Brazilian percussion, and the symphonic music of Villa-Lobos inspired the aural-vision of the new ensemble he would call the Paul Winter Consort. Launched in , the Consort became the forum for the whole world of diverse music that Paul loved. They not only opened the door to the whole symphony of nature, but turned Paul into an activist and changed the course of his musical life. His landmark album Common Ground in was his first endeavor to incorporate the voices of whale, eagle and wolf into his music.