A Sense Of Place

Autore: Kim Leslie
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ISBN: 9780862605643
Grandezza: 16,66 MB
Formato: PDF, Mobi
Vista: 4276
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West Sussex Parish Maps

My Prisons

Autore: Silvio Pellico
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ISBN:
Grandezza: 42,64 MB
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Vista: 1451
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The Story Of Geographical Discovery

Autore: Joseph Jacobs
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ISBN:
Grandezza: 20,70 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub, Docs
Vista: 6462
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The Netherworld Of Mendip

Autore: Ernest Albert Baker
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Grandezza: 42,21 MB
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Vista: 7085
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Bastard Samurai

Autore: Michael Avon Oeming
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ISBN: 9781582407463
Grandezza: 21,53 MB
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Jiro is a student of the KoZu Sword School, an underground training camp in midtown Manhattan that takes in orphans and twists and transforms them into Bushido warriors. The Yakuza use these kids in death matches staged across the city rooftops where Japanese businessmen gamble heavily on the always-fatal outcome. This killing life is all Jiro has ever known. But a rendezvous with fate is about to change all of that. In one moment Jiro realizes that everything he has lived for is a lie. The Samurai live by the Bushido code, one of which is rectitude: the rightings of wrongs. Now with the only ally he has-his sword - Jiro is forced to make the hardest decision of his life.

A Walking Guide To New Zealand S Long Trail

Autore: Geoff Chapple
Editore: Penguin Random House New Zealand Limited
ISBN: 9781869797140
Grandezza: 43,72 MB
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This is the guidebook of Te Araroa Trail: The Long Pathway, a continuous trail running from Cape Reinga to Bluff, 35 years in the making, which officially opened in late 2011. The book maps the 3000-kilometer trail in 40-kilometer sections, with maps by leading map maker Roger Smith of Geographx. Author Geoff Chapple is a modern-day visionary who took the concept of a continuous trail running the length of New Zealand and turned it into a reality. Until recently the CEO of the Trust, Chapple complements the maps with a running commentary describing the landscape, the flora and fauna encountered along the way, as well as the special features of particular parts of the trail. Photographs of the trail illustrate each section. Each of the 12 regional sections opens with a stunning 2-page 3D map. A short introduction describes the history of the trail as well as the variety of New Zealand's landscape along the way: forest, farmland, volcanoes and mountain passes, river valleys, green pathways, and the urban areas of seven cities. This book is an accessible guide both for those who only want to walk parts of the trail and dedicated trampers who intend to walk its entire length.