The High House (Evenmere #1) by James StoddardEvenmere, the High House, a Victorian mansion of infinite size, is the mechanism that runs the universe; the lamps must be lit or the stars fail; the clocks must be wound lest Time cease; the Balance between Order and Chaos must be preserved or Existence crumbles. When Carter Anderson finds himself Steward of Evenmere, he must learn, before it is too late, the strange rules of the house; he must travel its winding corridors and secret passages to the myriad countries lying within its walls. He has little time to act; the Anarchists are seizing control of the house; the Gnawlings are massing; the Black River is rising; the Eternity Clock is running down. His actions will determine the fate of Reality. But his enemies are strong, and the Room of Horrors is never far from him.
Winner of the Compton Crook/Stephen Tall award, nominated as Best Fantasy of the Year by the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts, and a finalist for the Mythopoeic (Aslan) Award.
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Robert Waring Stoddard January 22, — December 14, was President of Wyman-Gordon , a major industrial enterprise, and one of the founders of the anticommunist John Birch Society. The Stoddard family was one of the oldest and richest in Worcester, Massachusetts. The Stoddards owned Wyman-Gordon , a major company that manufactured forgings for the automotive, aerospace and gas turbine industries. Robert Stoddard joined Wyman-Gordon in He succeeded his father Harry G.
George E. Stoddard, a pioneer in the use of real estate transactions known as sale-leasebacks to provide financing for companies having trouble gaining access to traditional sources of capital, died Monday at his home in Oren, Utah. He was He died of natural causes, his son Robert Earl Stoddard said. Until his retirement in , Mr. Stoddard was the chairman of the independent investment committee of W.
When Roger Stoddard wasn't fishing, he was talking about fishing, Stoddard's teenage daughter, Joline, was killed in a drunk driving wreck.
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After their owner died, they were thrown out to the streets and became homeless.
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Hazel married Roy Airesman on August 21, Roy passed on October 15, Hazel is also survived by many nieces and nephews who she loved very much. Hazel was a graduate of Somerset Area High School. She enjoyed sewing, embroidery, reading and yard work.
At the start of the series, he was married to Laura Collins , who was also his paternal grandmother. Roger lived at Collinwood with his sister, his niece Carolyn and his son David. Roger was the son of Jamison Collins He was a happy child While growing up at Collinwood , he used to bring a picnic lunch out to Widows' Hill and dream for hours 2. Roger loved the Rover Boys adventure books 6. Roger's father died in the mids and he and Elizabeth received an equal share of the inheritance 17 ,