Ramón Boldú, pionero del cómic autobiográfico en España, ha decidido hablar de la guerra civil, la vida en el geriátrico, la muerte... Pero, a pesar de lo trascendental de todos esos temas, es incapaz de ponerse trascendente del todo, como es habitual en él, aunque lo intenta. Boldú, una vez al mes, va al geriátrico a visitar a su padre. Suelen matar el tiempo jugando al ajedrez, mientras éste le explica historias de la guerra civil española, que vivió en propia carne, de cara a conseguir material para su próximo cómic. El único familiar vivo que le queda a Boldú es su padre, por lo que es imposible que pueda contrastar la realidad de la alucinante información que éste le trasmite y se reproduce en este cómic. Al mismo tiempo, Boldú, harto de que le siga ganando al ajedrez y al enterarse de lo que, parece ser, sucede en las guerras, y harto también de las injusticias generalizadas que hay en el mundo, decide inventar un ajedrez con reglas más humanas y que incite a la humanidad a amarse, más que a matarse. El nuevo ajedrez se llama el “tango libre” y se incluye en el tomo.
Savannah Mills has a reputation as her town's bad girl. Getting pregnant one night and not telling anyone who the father is certainly didn't help. Zack Bennett worked hard to leave his tiny Montana town, wanting nothing more than to get away and see the world. When he finds out that he has a 2-year-old daughter with Savannah, one he's never met, he's shocked but determined to do the right thing. It's not long before mother and daughter work their way into his heart, however, and make him realize that the best part of going away is coming home.
Three sisters love to go on adventures and wind up in the land of fairies and learn almost too late that it never bodes well for those called by the fairies. This story centers on Rosamond's grandmother. Once Upon a Darkened Night reading order: Of Cinder and Madness The Cost of Love The Cost of Grief The Cost of Power Of Slumber and Discord The Cost of Magic Of Rose and Cruelty - coming soon! The Cost of Rage - coming soon!
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Rock & Roll Jihad: A Muslim Rock Star's Revolution for Peace is a book written by Salman Ahmad, published on January 12, 2010 by Simon & Schuster. It is a biography of the author regarding his time with his rock band Junoon and all the struggle he faced to become a rockstar in Pakistan. On March 14, 2010, Junoon released the video of their first single, "Love Can You Take Me Back," following the soundtrack album release of Rock & Roll Jihad based on the book on June 1, 2010.
In the distant past, the Kingdom of Harcia was torn apart by royal brothers who could not accept a er inheritance. Now, the consequences of their actions are coming to light. Balfre, son of Aimery, Duke of Harcia, is his father's heir. But he has dreams of a crown, not a coronet. He dreams himself the king of a Harcia re-united, but his brother Grefin, their father's favorite, stands in his way. Harald, debauched Duke of neighboring Clemen, is feared and despised by his nobles. He thinks he can trust his bastard-born cousin Ederic ... but Ederic fears for the duchy and will do what he must to save it. And caught between dangers is Harald's infant son, Liam. Stolen by his nurse, vanished into the law Marches, he is the spark that will grow to set the world on fire.