This Bible study guide leads women through the spiritual practices of Forgiveness and Reconciliation.
Darius me cache quelque chose, délibérément. Je me sens trahie, salie. Cette fois, c'en est trop ! Je ne vais pas le laisser se servir de moi, alors que nous nous étions promis de tout nous dire, d'avoir confiance l'un envers l'autre. Juliette craque, rien ne se passe comme prévu, Darius est imprévisible, insaisissable. Et la jolie Française n'est pas au bout de ses surprises. Son beau milliardaire lui a prévu une petite escapade et... un cadeau superbe, presque aussi grand que l'amour qu'il lui porte. Découvrez la fin des aventures de Juliette et Darius, dans un dernier volume plein de surprises ! *** Phoebe Penelope Campbell est américaine, née en 1982, à Boston. Elle vit aujourd’hui en France, d’où est originaire son mari, rencontré sur les bancs de la fac. Sa sensibilité et son imagination foisonnante font de Phoebe Campbell une auteure à l’univers riche et unique. Les aventures de Darius et Juliette, héros de sa première série de livres, Contrat avec un milliardaire, ont séduit des milliers de lecteurs dans de nombreux pays. Elle prépare actuellement une nouvelle série, à paraître également aux éditions Addictives. Contrat avec un milliardaire, Volume 12 sur 12 Cette édition est complète et non censurée, il n’y a pas de scènes coupées.
1978-79. Il Tour di Fabrizio De André e PFM rompe più di un tabù. Rivoluziona i rapporti tra parola cantata e musica con una profonda quanto azzardata operazione di rinnovamento, che investe non solo i due artisti ma l'intera musica italiana. Ecco per la prima volta il racconto, per parole e immagini, di un'avventura senza precedenti, fuori dalle logiche del business, dal settarismo dei media e dai pregiudizi del pubblico. Questa è la storia di una sfida, di una nuova iniziazione. È il viaggio di una tribù, tra forti tensioni sociali e frequenti contestazioni, qui ricostruito tappa per tappa attraverso le parole di Franz Di Cioccio, frontman e batterista della PFM, che di quel tour ebbe la folgorante idea, e le fotografie di Guido Harari, che di quella avventura volle a tutti i costi essere il fotografo ufficiale. A loro si unisce un nutrito coro di testimonianze rilasciate dai protagonisti di allora e da alcuni artisti amici.
In orbit out from Jupiter in view of its malignant red eye is OUTLAND.
Here on Io -- moon of Jupiter, hell in space -- men mine ore to satisfy the needs of Earth. They are hard men, loners for whom the Company provides the necessities: beds, food, drink and women for hire. Now, in apparent suicide or in frenzied madness, the men are dying... To OUTLAND comes the new U.S. Marshall O'Neil, a man with a sense of duty so strong it drives him to ferret out evil, greed and murder regard of the cost. If he must, he will forfeit love, livelihood -- even life itself.
Ask most folks to depict a year, and they'll show you a calendar. Ask veteran naturalist Mike Blair, and he'll show you the wonders to be found in Kansas, season by season. Mike Blair has spent a lifetime outdoors, venturing beyond fences to closely observe "natural things" while recording his observations in both words and images. In this sumptuous book he presents some of those observations as the cycle of a year, beginning with a hike through January's deep snowdrifts that "gets you down to business" only to later encounter the white driftings of summer as cottonwood seeds take to the air. A Kansas Year is a breathtaking journey through the seasons. In dazzling color photographs, Blair illuminates the magic of Kansas through 120 journal entries--ten per month--that capture the beauty of the Sunflower State's wild places. Through his lens, we watch the land "green from the bottom up" in Spring, then later witness colors glowing in Autumn's soft and muted light. And through his contemplations, we learn much about the natural world and our connections to it. In text that is both personal and inspiring, Blair shares his knowledge of plants and insects, wildlife behavior and weather. From the tomato hornworms found in most gardens to the seldom-noticed migration of monarch butterflies, he shows us things we may overlook every day-and what we might hope to see if we only look a little harder. His entries on cedar rust and bark beetles will inform the curious, just as his images of fox kits and birds of prey will enthrall anyone who treasures such sightings. Covering the breadth of the state, Blair's captivating book appeals equally to the emotions and intellect, to the seasoned naturalist as well as the casual observer. It opens our eyes to genuine joy and allows us to see time in a new way. It is a book to be savored throughout the year--and one sure to lure readers out of doors to discover and rediscover these wild places and wildlife on their own.
Birkenhead, 1973. The eighteen-year-old Paul O'Grady gets ready for a big Saturday night out on the town. New white T-shirt, freshly ironed jeans, looking good. As he bids farewell to his mum, who's on the phone to his auntie, and wanders off down the street in a cloud of aftershave, he hears her familiar cry: 'Oh, the devil rides out tonight, Annie. The Devil rides out!' The further adventures of Paul O'Grady - following on from the million-copy-selling At My Mother's Knee - are, if anything, even more hilarious and outrageous than what has come before. As Paul struggles to get to grips with unexpected fatherhood and bereavement, he searches high and low for a job that lasts and somehow finds himself getting married in the process. Work takes him from an abattoir to a children's home, from a hospital to a nightclub, and from penthouse to pavement. Along the way, he takes his first-Savage steps on stage, tastes the exotic delights of Manila and invades Poland . . . To say that The Devil Rides Out is action-packed is an understatement. Its extraordinary cast of characters includes lords and ladies, the legendary Vera, a serial killer, more prostitutes than you can shake a stick at and drag queens of every shape and size. Wickedly funny, often moving, and searingly honest, Paul's tales of the unexpected will make your jaw drop and your hair stand on end. And you'll laugh like a drain. The Devil Rides Out - one hell of a read!