Volumes 13 through 16 collected into one boxed set with close to 400 pages of reading!
Københavns Politi er presset op til EU-topmødet i København, da en bombe sprænger i et baghus på Nørrebro. På gerningsstedet ligger et søndersprængt lig tilbage. Politiassistent Lars Winkler er rystet, da det viser sig, at den dræbte er journalist Thorbjørn Lehbæk, skribent ved det venstreorienterede website Modkraft - og Lars' gamle ven.Var Thorbjørn i færd med at fremstille en brevbombe til brug under topmødet, eller er han offer for højreorienteret terror? Efterforskningen af mordet kommer ubehageligt tæt på Lars' punk-fortid, som han hidtil har prøvet at holde skjult for kollegaen Sanne og resten af Politigården.Lars og Thorbjørn delte engang alt, men en pige kom i vejen, og deres veje skiltes. Eller hvad skete der egentlig?DE BERUSEDES VEJ er tredje bind i den anmelderroste serie om politiassistent Lars Winkler.
The great challenge of Osho is not just a challenge, it is also an invitation to delve into the inner world. Within this series of discourses is the wisdom of a 20th-century buddha, made available through his response to questions from people who sense there is more to life than meets the eye. Osho covers it all - from God and faith to existence and consciousness, from the miracles of Jesus to the materializations of Sai Baba, from intellect and intelligence to the significance of the master- disciple connection. This introduction to Osho's work includes the secret aspects of spiritual traditions as well as talks on death, reincarnation and the scientific foundation of his revolutionary technique, Dynamic Meditation.
A psychoanalytic journal dedicated to notions of the same, the impersonal, the generic.
Published by SUNY/Buffalo's Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Culture. Contributors include: Leo Bersani, Tim Dean, Graham L. Hammill, Christopher Lane, James Penney, Peggy Phelan, Adrian Rifkin, Judith Roof, and Mikko Tuhkanen.
A temporary condition, she’d intended to be there only long enough to leave again. But then she met him. Pursuing her dream of becoming a veterinarian, when Cassie Hastings took an externship in the tiny town of Pantula, Texas, she never planned on staying. For a girl staunchly opposed to change, moving some odd thousand miles away from home to a population boasting more heads of cattle than people and an apartment housed on top of an animal clinic, it promised to be a steep learning curve. She would have handled it all better, (she would have!) if it hadn’t been for Brannt McDowell, one of the town’s most prosperous cattle ranchers—and her most stubborn client. He was moody, arrogant, infuriatingly witty…and altogether devastating. Pitted against the knowledge that her rotation lasted only eight, short weeks, and an ever-increasing attraction to one another, tempers soon flared and sparks ignited between the sparring partners. Cassie had gone to Pantula to learn about large animal medicine; she’d gone there to glean independence in the wide open air; she’d gone there on a dare. Falling in love hadn’t been part of the plan. She did it anyway. Now she’d have to choose between the place she’d always thought she’d be headed, and the home she suddenly didn’t want to leave.
He is the destroyer of worlds and the frightener of children. He has started wars and slaughtered millions. He is a man, an alien, a robot, and the devil himself. His legendary physique cripples feminine inhibitions, and his strength can move mountains.
He is a gladiator, a scientist, a warrior, a poet, a lover, and a master spy. He saved a flailing transport filled with nuns and sent it spiraling into a sun. He swam in vacuum without protection. He punched a dinosaur. He is Ivan. In a galaxy where technology has outpaced structure and reason, the name of Ivan is known far and wide. Thousands of stories ranging across the realm of absurdity flit about in every corner, and no one quite knows if Ivan even exists. Sid, a half-machine, human recorder known as an Archivist, travels throughout the galaxy in search of the truth behind Ivan's great myth.
He gathers and interprets information, discarding the outlandish and seeking the tiny kernels of reality in each tale. As pieces of the legend fall into place, narrow escapes and near-deaths threaten an end to the Archivist's hunt. Unyielding, he is drawn ever deeper into the convoluted pool of madness behind Ivan's tale, and questions grow ever more alarming: What exactly did Ivan do to become so famous, and why is Sid not the only one looking for him?