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Etiquette and Espionage is the first in a series get the whole thing, trust me and it is a coming of age, steam-spunk, spy, romantic comedy, mystery, about the strength of friendships and believing in yourself. There are Werewolves, vampires, schools on hot air balloons, and these are the good guys! Age appropriate, no matter the age, and I highly recommend having a decent cuppa while you read. If you love it we can be besties! I recently got back into really reading X-men titles and this was one of the first ones I picked up considering it was one of the most recent along with X-Men Gold and X-Men Blue.

It has a great cast of classic and new X-men characters and some very striking social commentary as all great X-Men titles do. Unfortunately the single issues of the comics are no longer being made as a new X story is launching in October but that has the upside of there only being 3 volumes of X-Men Red to find and read.

Happy reading True Believers. I first read this book when I was I was so into it that I read the first three books in less than a month. It dragged me in and wouldn't let go. I could not put it down. Its an amazing read for people of any age group. I highly recommend this to anyone looking for a fun, magically mysterious read. Gretchen McCulloch's Because Internet is a love letter to our modern methods of communication.

If you've ever found yourself thinking that the internet is destroying modern language, or if you've struggled to communicate with other generations because you use punctuation differently, this is the book you want to turn to. Language is the most revelatory way to understand a culture and what is important to the people within in.

Because Internet is friendly and inviting to the sociolinguistics newcomer, with plenty of meat to chew on for people who are already familiar with the field but want to deepen their knowledge. You'll look at internet communication, and your own typing habits, differently after reading this one! I don't know about you, but I've never felt a pit in my stomach over a story about frogs or bats, but this book changed that for me.

The author delves into some of the issues we are facing across the planet in terms of loss of biodiversity and some of the things causing it.


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Our own wellbeing as a species depends on the wellbeing of the wildlife across our planet and the ecosystems on which they depend and should be protected at all costs before any more damage is done. Love the dynamic between two teenager protaganist, straightforward brawn Taiju and sarcastic scientist Senku, as they rebuild human society while reviving people with the power of science. Of course it not easy for them, for not only is nature against them, but their fellow humans as well as the unknown entity that started this situation in the first place.

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This is a fun Manga that based everything in science we know today, as well as leave clues for readers to figure out what happen. The Terror showcases Dan Simmons' in-depth research of early arctic exploration. The fine historic detail pulls the reader into a world utterly different from the present day. Frigid, often deadly conditions test the explorers in every conceivable way.

The characters range from absurd those with power to enigmatic those trying to survive. Things take a sinister turn as the crew enters uncharted waters.

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Slowly the crew and the reader start to question what is real. I really enjoyed this book because the story takes wild turns and shows the world to be stranger than anyone expected. This is the first book of an amazing series. So far the author has only written the first three books but plans to have ten books in the series. This story is written from three main characters' point of view and they are all very deep and complex, but also very easy to fall in love with. The magic in this world is so incredible and different from any I have ever read.

The best part about this book is the illustrations they are so beautiful and they are all part of one of the characters' journals. The author is a must and by far my favorite! A wonderful introduction to the rich, unique world of the Witcher franchise. A story that hits the ground running and drops you in the middle of its lore and magic and feeds you information bit by bit rather than hands you large pieces of exposition. It simultaneously tells the current tale of a recovering Geralt, as he tells stories of his own adventures. A very enjoyable lead in to a great line of books and games.

A great book on the Yugoslav Wars of the early s. It tells the story of a war correspondent who wanted to experience war for himself first-hand so he hitchhiked his way into the Balkans. The book tells an amazing story of the best and worst that humanity has to offer during the Balkan's ethnic civil war.

Not many books have been written about this conflict, and this one focused more on the author's perspective on the conflict; foregoing the overall military strategy of the war. My only wish was that we got a broader perspective of the civil war instead of one man's perspective. Still this is a book to recommend to anyone interested in military history. The writing style of this dark fantasy is what grabbed me.

It is terse, concise and gritty. In this world everyone is born into a caste, all bird castes from the phoenix caste who are rulers to swan, dove, hawk, crane, owl, vulture, gull, pigeon, sparrow and crow, the lowest of the castes who take care of people who die of the plague. There is also an interesting element of magic. We could say that such an army is a collective group ready to work together towards a common purpose. The Merriam-Webster dictionary gives us a lot of help with the concept. Here we find a range of different but related ideas:.

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One of the passages of Scripture that so well paints this picture of the unseen reality for us is found in 2 Kings chapter 6. The prophet Elisha knows very well that they are surrounded by unseen warriors, but his servant was more focused on the vast Syrian army right in front of them…. When the servant of the man of God got up and went out early the next morning, an army with horses and chariots had surrounded the city. Follow me, and I will lead you to the man you are looking for.

Shall I kill them? Set food and water before them so that they may eat and drink and then go back to their master. So he prepared a great feast for them, and after they had finished eating and drinking, he sent them away, and they returned to their master. Sight and blindness, faith and doubt are paralleled here.

Elisha knew without seeing, his servant doubted and had to be shown. The Syrian army seemed to be holding all the cards initially, but the cells in their body had to obey the command of their Creator, and they suddenly lost their God-given capacity of sight. And lastly the idea of true strength and what it means to conquer. Can I kill em? Can I? Instead, remarkably, they prepared a great feast for them and sent them on their way.

And the trouble stopped. How quick we are to desire harsh judgement on those who come against us.

How confused and uncompassionate we become, when we forget that the battle belongs to the Lord. Not only does the battle belong to him, but our enemies also belong to him, and he loves them very much.

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Joshua Yeshua commanded us to love our enemies, and pray for those who persecute us. We can do this when we know that they are up against God, not us.

We can do this when we know we are protected by an invincible power, and that we have eternal life. Just look at how God refers to Egypt — a nation that has oppressed, opposed, and attempted to annihilate Israel… and to Assyria, another fierce enemy of Israel:. The Assyrians will go to Egypt and the Egyptians to Assyria.

The Egyptians and Assyrians will worship together. In that day Israel will be the third, along with Egypt and Assyria, a blessing on the earth. He is Creator and Father of all, and seeks to bless, to save and to redeem.