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Buried in Angst by David Pedersen

Title Buried in Angst
Author David Pedersen
Publisher
Release 2013
Category
Total Pages 0
ISBN 9781524257897
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Buried in Angst by David J. Pedersen

Title Buried in Angst
Author David J. Pedersen
Publisher Odysia Press
Release 2013-05-21
Category Fiction
Total Pages 449
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A little flirting never hurt anyone, right? It takes more than just a new job and a new mount to resolve a midlife crisis, but will the temptation of a younger woman really make it better? Angst had found the adventure he was looking for and got to be the hero, but those days are behind him. To save the ones he loves most, he had to sacrifice his bond with the sword that allowed him to be a hero. Now, Unsel faces a new threat. With the mysterious destruction of a large coastal city, Angst sets out to discover the cause. He soon learns that a war between the Elements is coming, and humans are in the way. It’s hard to fight back when Angst is dying, the removal of his bond to the great sword Chryslaenor slowly killing him. Angst needs a sword to live, but Chryslaenor has been stolen! His friends reluctantly join him on another quest, but where do they start? Rose is missing, Angst’s focus and spirit is broken, he has somehow upset the Elements of Ehrde, and a newcomer wants to overtake the throne. What could make things worse? Perhaps a kiss from Princess Victoria’s younger cousin, Alloria? Buried in Angst is David J. Pedersen’s long awaited sequel to his first fantasy novel, Angst. Join Angst and his friends as they continue… A Midlife Crisis in Medieval Times

Buried in Angst by David Pedersen

Title Buried in Angst
Author David Pedersen
Publisher CreateSpace
Release 2013-05
Category Fiction
Total Pages 804
ISBN 9781490937458
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A little flirting never hurt anyone, right? It takes more than just a new job and a new mount to resolve a midlife crisis, but will the temptation of a younger woman really make it better? Angst had found the adventure he was looking for and got to be the hero, but those days are behind him. To save the ones he loves most, he had to sacrifice his bond with the sword that allowed him to be a hero. Now, Unsel faces a new threat. With the mysterious destruction of a large coastal city, Angst sets out to discover the cause. He soon learns that a war between the Elements is coming, and humans are in the way. It's hard to fight back when Angst is dying, the removal of his bond to the great sword Chryslaenor slowly killing him. Angst needs a sword to live, but Chryslaenor has been stolen! His friends reluctantly join him on another quest, but where do they start? Rose is missing, Angst's focus and spirit is broken, he has somehow upset the Elements of Ehrde, and a newcomer wants to overtake the throne. What could make things worse? Perhaps a kiss from Princess Victoria's younger cousin, Alloria? Buried in Angst is David J. Pedersen's long awaited sequel to his first fantasy novel, Angst. Join Angst and his friends as they continue... A Midlife Crisis in Medieval Times

The Topographer and Genealogist by John Gough Nichols

Title The Topographer and Genealogist
Author John Gough Nichols
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Release 1858
Category Genealogy
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Socioeconomic Dynamics of the COVID 19 Crisis
Author Nezameddin Faghih
Publisher Springer Nature
Release 2022-01-13
Category Political Science
Total Pages 517
ISBN 3030899969
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book depicts and reveals the socioeconomic dynamics of the COVID-19 crisis, and its global, regional, and local perspectives. Explicitly interdisciplinary, this volume embraces a wide spectrum of topics across economics, business, public management, psychology, and public health. Written by global experts, each chapter offers a snapshot of an emerging aspect of the COVID-19 crisis for the benefit of academics and students, as well as the institutional, economic, social, and developmental policymakers and health practitioners on the ground.

Title Sex Death and Resurrection in Altered Carbon
Author Aldona Kobus
Publisher McFarland
Release 2020-01-31
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 204
ISBN 1476638462
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The 2018 Netflix series Altered Carbon is a vital contribution to the cyberpunk renaissance, among such titles as Snowpiercer or Blade Runner 2049. This collection of new essays answers the question: is this increasing popularity of cyberpunk a sign of recognition of the genre's transgressive aspects, such as a stark critique of capitalism, or is it the opposite--a sign of the genre's failure to successfully criticize modernity? The contributors consider the series as taking on current issues, from a critique of neoliberalism, through the ethical aspects of biotechnology, up to thanatology. They provoke questions about what it means to be human in a world in which death does not exist. Essays evaluate the surging popularity of the series and cyberpunk at large from a variety of critical perspectives, shedding new light on a challenging and inventive series.

Grak Orc PI by Joseph J. Bailey

Title Grak Orc PI
Author Joseph J. Bailey
Publisher Joseph J. Bailey
Release 2018-02-18
Category Fiction
Total Pages 648
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Mushroom Essences by Robert Rogers

Title Mushroom Essences
Author Robert Rogers
Publisher North Atlantic Books
Release 2016-07-19
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 296
ISBN 162317046X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this innovative contribution to the field of energy medicine, experienced mycologist and herbalist Robert Rogers offers an extensive guide to healing a range of physical, emotional, and psychological conditions with mushroom essences. Similar to flower essences, but made under a lunar cycle, mushroom essences work subtly to bring deep healing to the mind and body; they are particularly well suited for working with the “shadow” or unintegrated parts of the psyche. The book is organized as an easy-to-use alphabetical reference, with entries that outline how to create each essence, indications for usage, and healing effects. Along the way, Rogers provides enlivening stories of his personal experience using these remedies in clinical practice. A profound exploration of both the practical and mythopoetic qualities of the mushroom, this is a must-have for anyone interested in plant medicine, mycology, personal healing, or depth psychology. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Into Print by Charles Walton

Title Into Print
Author Charles Walton
Publisher Penn State Press
Release 2011-01-01
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 264
ISBN 0271050721
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The famous clash between Edmund Burke and Tom Paine over the Enlightenment&’s &“evil&” or &“liberating&” potential in the French Revolution finds present-day parallels in the battle between those who see the Enlightenment at the origins of modernity&’s many ills, such as imperialism, racism, misogyny, and totalitarianism, and those who see it as having forged an age of democracy, human rights, and freedom. The essays collected by Charles Walton in Into Print paint a more complicated picture. By focusing on print culture&—the production, circulation, and reception of Enlightenment thought&—they show how the Enlightenment was shaped through practice and reshaped over time. These essays expand upon an approach to the study of the Enlightenment pioneered four decades ago: the social history of ideas. The contributors to Into Print examine how writers, printers, booksellers, regulators, police, readers, rumormongers, policy makers, diplomats, and sovereigns all struggled over that broad range of ideas and values that we now associate with the Enlightenment. They reveal the financial and fiscal stakes of the Enlightenment print industry and, in turn, how Enlightenment ideas shaped that industry during an age of expanding readership. They probe the limits of Enlightenment universalism, showing how demands for religious tolerance clashed with the demands of science and nationalism. They examine the transnational flow of Enlightenment ideas and opinions, exploring its domestic and diplomatic implications. Finally, they show how the culture of the Enlightenment figured in the outbreak and course of the French Revolution. Aside from the editor, the contributors are David A. Bell, Roger Chartier, Tabetha Ewing, Jeffrey Freedman, Carla Hesse, Thomas M. Luckett, Sarah Maza, Renato Pasta, Thierry Rigogne, Leonard N. Rosenband, Shanti Singham, and Will Slauter.

The Faith Club by Ranya Idliby

Title The Faith Club
Author Ranya Idliby
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release 2007-06-05
Category Religion
Total Pages 396
ISBN 0743290488
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Traces how three American women of different faiths worked together to understand one another while identifying the connections between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, during which they openly discussed the issues that divided them.