Après la révolution industrielle, l'Europe a été submergée par une substance étrange et dangereuse, l'écryme. Reliées par un fragile réseau de traverses d'acier, seules quelques cités gouvernées par l'aristocratie capitaliste émergent dans cette mer corrosive. Mais sous le joug de la Propagande, la révolte gronde...
Quand un dirigeable porteur d'une précieuse cargaison clandestine s'échoue dans l'écryme, c'est Louise Kechelev, avocate-duelliste et fille de révolutionnaires praguois, qui est chargée de récupérer la cargaison. Dans la même zone, un régiment de hussards en mission de reconnaissance a été décimé par une mystérieuse crise de folie. Seul survivant, le commandant Léon Radurin doit fuir les foudres de la Propagande.
Pour Louise et Léon, c'est le début d'un voyage sans retour aux confins des traverses, où se murmure le nom d'une cité perdue : Bohème.
I do not know what your definition of a man is, but without exploration, neither do you. We are taught what it is to be a man, sometimes by women or grown boys. We are shown what we should act like every time we turn on the TV or listen to music. We follow the same grown boys who follow the same messages. We are taught to believe we’re becoming men based off how well we emulate others who mirror what they see. The Earth was once said to be flat, and everyone alive knew that to be true.
The Earth being flat was not an opinion, it was a fact. Further examination, research and thought proved that, and count other “facts” to be wrong. Similarly, we all think things to be true, and live by them without considering that we have been taught wrong. This is an opportunity for that consideration. There are 52 different topics presented. Each topic shows an example of how a boy might behave, VS a man in the same situation. This book is designed in a way unlike most books. It is designed in a way where you have the power. Insight given in this book welcomes criticism and invites readers to come to their own conclusions, instead of traditional readings that present theories or opinions as fact. This is not an attempt to have you agree with me, but rather have you become more secure in what your definition of a man is.
Fresh Food Nation is at the intersection of a big need and a big trend. The need is for recipes, techniques, and inspiration for fresh produce, especially vegetables. The trend is the growing desire to eat local and connect with the source of our food--not just because locally grown food is fresher and tastier, but because it offers emotional, environmental, and food safety benefits.CSAs (community-supported agriculture organizations)are the latest wave in the rising tide of eating local. Having a share in a CSA is a more intimate and committed way of cooking with super-fresh fruits, vegetables, and even dairy products, poultry, meat, and bread. Regard of whether you are a CSA member, frequent your local farmer’s market, or buy produce at the market, Fresh Food Nation offers simple, delicious, intriguing recipes for seasonal, fresh produce. Fresh Food Nation at its heart is a great basic vegetable and fruit recipe book, but it is wrapped in a very timely and relevant concept—eating with the bounty of the season, family farming, coming together to distribute food to the community--making it, in essence, the new “community” cookbook.
As the original writer of the hit movie Anaconda, my ebook novel, ANACONDA: The Writer's Cut, is now available from Amazon. ($4.99, 4.
3 – 87 reviews, 365 pages). goo.gl/udfBuk. “It has been said that, among the continents, South America will teach it to you: God and the Devil are the same; this last great reservoir of primordial wilderness is at once both Garden of Eden and green sweltering Hell.” An epic adventure, Anaconda tells the story of twenty-something, middle-school biology teacher Andie Easter and six young colleagues who, in the dead of a Chicago winter, hatch a plan to spend their summer in Brazil, hoping to reverse their meager fortunes by joining a modern-day gold rush on a tributary of the mighty Amazon. Disoriented and increasingly isolated, the treasure hunters find themselves journeying though the remote domains of three colossal snakes: daughter, mother, grandmother. One by one, under terrifying circumstances, the teachers fall victim to the devastating effects of gold fever and the relent brutality of the primeval South American jungle. Andie Easter must discover her inner Amazon as she struggles to survive the Mother of All Snakes. If you have a few moments to spare, your Amazon review will be greatly appreciated.
The Squirreli Brothers are two energetic squirrels that live in the suburbs and experience many escapades for children and parents to read and enjoy. Their antics and fun adventures will take you beyond imagination while sharing some of life's important ons.