The Haven: Amazon.co.uk: Williams, Carol Lynch.
Dr. Kate Lynch (nee Williamson) Brief Biography: Kate carried out her medical studies at the University of Adelaide, Australia, completing her MBBS in 2005. She went on to undertake her specialty training in basic physician training and subsequently advanced training in gastroenterology and hepatology through the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, completing her specialisation in 2013.
This speech was said to have been delivered by Willie Lynch on the bank of the James River in the colony of Virginia in 1712. Lynch was a British slave owner in the West Indies.
Daniel Cobb were managing the property although it felt more like we were, DC did not follow up with the shockingly bad contractors they brought in to do work, so instead we had to chase for answers time after time. The contractors brought in made an absolute mess of the flat, refuse bags left, thick dust, sealant on door handles, debris down the toilet. and Daniel Cobb did nothing to have.
Carol Lynch Williams is an author of Young Adult and Middle Grade novels. As of 2016, Williams is the conference director for Writing and Illustrating for Young Readers (WIFYR) conference and is a professor of creative writing at Brigham Young University (BYU). She graduated in 2008 from Vermont College of Fine Arts with a degree in Writing for Children and Young Adults.
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Lynch Williams juxtaposes the reader's shock at the environment in which Kyra lives with Kyra's strong love for her family. It's not Stockholm syndrome; Kyra understands the hypocrisy of the Prophet perfectly well. She simply loves her family. And so we can see that her prison bars aren't the fences around the compound at all; they're the threat of separation. The same thing forces Kyra's.
In THE CHOSEN ONE, however, Carol Lynch Williams reaches far beyond parody or satire, instead vividly imagining the inner life of one very intelligent young woman whose mind and body are trapped in a system far bigger than she is. Kyra is a fully realized character, both a product of her environment and a determined individualist, valuing books, reading and music as a way to cope with her.