Nikki Sixx - This is Gonna Hurt
This is Gonna Hurt: Music, Photography and Life Through the Distorted Lens of Nikki Sixx is part photo, part journal—but all Nikki Sixx. It is a collection of compelling photography and stories that capture the rage, love, optimism, darkness, and determination that shape his work. Combining the raw authenticity that defined his New York Times bestseller The Heroin Diaries with a photographic journey, This Is Gonna Hurt chronicles Sixx's experiences—from his early years filled with toxic waste, to his success with Motley Crue, to his death from an OD and his eventual rebirth through music, photography, and love. Love story, bad-ass rock tell-all, social commentary, family memoir, This Is Gonna Hurt offers the compelling insights of an artist and a man struggling to survive, connect, and find a happy ending—a search that fuels Sixx's being.
Katsura Hoshino - D.Gray-Man 10.
Hopelessly outnumbered by the Millennium Earl's forces, Lenalee, Lavi, and the rest of the survivors aboard Anita's ship face almost certain annihilation. Then, as if determined to make sure of it, the Noah enter the fray! But the harried agents of the Black Order refuse to throw in the towel, knowing this may be the last stand of the Exorcists. If any hope remains, it could reside with Allen Walker - but no one knows if they'll ever see him again!
Luke Welling - Laura Thomson - PHP and MySQL Web Development
PHP and MySQL Web Development teaches the reader to develop dynamic, secure, commercial Web sites. Using the same accessible, popular teaching style of the first edition, this best-selling book has been updated to reflect the rapidly changing landscape of MySQL and PHP. The book teaches the reader to integrate and implement these technologies by following real-world examples and working sample projects, and also covers related technologies needed to build a commercial Web site, such as SSL, shopping carts, and payment systems. The second edition includes new coverage of how to work with XML in developing a PHP and MySQL site, and how to draw on the valuable resources of the PEAR repository of code and extensions.
Ismeretlen szerző - New Testament (English-Arabic)
Ehhez a könyvhöz nincs fülszöveg, de ettől függetlenül még rukkolható/happolható.
Jeff Hirsch - The Darkest Path
USA TODAY bestselling author Jeff Hirsch once again creates a futuristic world with stunning, dramatic realism. A civil war rages between the Glorious Path--a militant religion based on the teachings of a former US soldier--and what's left of the US government. Fifteen-year-old Callum Roe and his younger brother, James, were captured and forced to convert six years ago. Cal has been working in the Path's dog kennels, and is very close to becoming one of the Path's deadliest secret agents. Then Cal befriends a stray dog named Bear and kills a commander who wants to train him to be a vicious attack dog. This sends Cal and Bear on the run, and sets in motion a series of incredible events that will test Cal's loyalties and end in a fierce battle that the fate of the entire country rests on.
Jeff Hirsch - The Eleventh Plague
In the aftermath of a war, America’s landscape has been ravaged and two-thirds of the population left dead from a vicious strain of influenza. Fifteen-year-old Stephen Quinn and his family were among the few that survived and became salvagers, roaming the country in search of material to trade. But when Stephen’s grandfather dies and his father falls into a coma after an accident, Stephen finds his way to Settler’s Landing, a community that seems too good to be true. Then Stephen meets strong, defiant, mischievous Jenny, who refuses to accept things as they are. And when they play a prank that goes horribly wrong, chaos erupts, and they find themselves in the midst of a battle that will change Settler’s Landing--and their lives--forever.
Ismeretlen szerző - The Copper Age Cemetery of Budakalász
A középiskolai történelemkönyvekből is mindenki által ismert híres négykerekű agyag kocsimodell lelőhelyének feldolgozásához többen hozzáfogtak ugyan, a végső publikáció azonban csak most készült el. Az 1952-1960 között feltárt, az európai késő rézkorban mindmáig egyedülálló sírszámú (436 sír), hamvasztásos és csontvázas rítusú, mellékletes vagy melléklet nélküli egyedi és többes temetkezéseket, szimbolikus sírokat valamint koponyatemetkezéseket és gazdag mellékletet tartalmazó temető tudományos szintézisét adjuk közre a jelen kötetben. A temetőt bemutató monográfiában a kutatás nemzetközi elvárásainak megfelelő, komplex tudományos feldolgozást tanulmányozhatja az olvasó (részletes katalógus, régészeti és természettudományos elemzések, értékelések, gazdag képanyag).
Sarah E. Ladd - The Heiress of Winterwood
Darbury, England, 1814 Amelia Barrett gave her word. Keeping it could cost her everything. Amelia Barrett, heiress to an estate nestled in the English moors, defies family expectations and promises to raise her dying friend’s baby. She’ll risk everything to keep her word—even to the point of proposing to the child’s father—a sea captain she’s never met. When the child vanishes with little more than an ominous ransom note hinting at her whereabouts, Amelia and Graham are driven to test the boundaries of their love for this little one. Amelia’s detailed plans would normally see her through any trial, but now, desperate and shaken, she’s forced to examine her soul and face her one weakness: pride. Graham’s strength and self-control have served him well and earned him much respect, but chasing perfection has kept him a prisoner of his own discipline. And away from the family he has sworn to love and protect. Both must learn to have faith and relinquish control so they can embrace the future ahead of them. “My kind of book! [It] grabbed my attention from the first lines and I eagerly returned to its pages.” —Julie Klassen, Best-Selling, Award-Winning Author “If you are a fan of Jane Austen and Jane Eyre, you will love Sarah E. Ladd's debut.” —USAToday.com
Michele Gorman - Single in the City
Take one twenty six year old American, add to one two thousand year old city, add a big dose of culture clash and stir. To think Hannah ever believed that Americans differed from Brits mainly in pronunciation, sophistication and dentistry. That’s been the understatement of a lifetime. She lands upon England’s gentle shores with no job, no friends and no idea how she’s supposed to build the life she’s dreaming of. Armed with little more than her enthusiasm, she charges headlong into London, baffling the locals in her pursuit of a new life, new love and sense of herself.
Tim Falla - Paul A. Davies - Solutions Pre-Intermediate Workbook
A Solutions angol tankönyvsorozat középiskolai diákoknak készült, hogy segítse őket a mindennapi nyelvhasználat elsajátításában és az érettségi felkészülésben. A Solutions öt kötete (Elementary-Advanced) fokozatosan bővíti a nyelvi ismereteket és fejleszti a készségeket, hogy a tanulók...
Eric Geier - Home Networking All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies
If your household harbors more than one computer, you’ve probably wondered about home networking. Maybe you’ve gone so far as to start setting up a network and given up in frustration. Well, now you can relax. Home Networking All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies has come to the rescue! A network will make your life easier, and Home Networking All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies makes it easier to create one. It shows you how to choose the right hardware, add user accounts, get different operating systems to work together, secure your network, exchange files, add wireless devices, and even use Wi-Fi out in public. Seven individual, self-contained minibooks cover: - What a network will do for you, including a low-tech explanation of how it works - Choosing a network type that will work best for your needs, and planning what equipment you’ll need - Installing and configuring your computers and networking gear - Upgrading your equipment with the manufacturer’s updates - The ins and outs of using particular versions of operating systems — Windows, Mac, and Linux — with your network - Step-by-step directions on connecting to networks, sharing files and printers, checking connection status, and much more - Discovering networking accessories and gadgets to get the most out of your network - Finding and using Wi-Fi hotspots, plus setting up your own You’ll even find troubleshooting tips to help find and fix common problems. Home Networking All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies will be your personal network assistant!
Henry Mackenzie - The Man of Feeling
Mackenzie's hugely popular novel of 1771 is the foremost work of the sentimental movement, in which sentiment and sensibility were allied with true virtue, and sensitivity is the mark of the man of feeling. The hero, Harley, is followed in a series of episodes demonstrating his benevolence in an uncaring world: he assists the down-trodden, loses his love, and fails to achieve worldly success. The novel asks a series of vital questions: what morality is possible in a complex commercial world? Does trying to maintain it make you a saint or a fool? Is sentiment merely a luxury for the leisured classes?
Jeremy Scahill - Dirty Wars
In this story from the frontlines of the undeclared battlefields of the War on Terror, Jeremy Scahill exposes America's new approach to war: fought far from any declared battlefield, by units that do not officially exist, in thousands of operations a month that are never publicly acknowledged. From Afghanistan and Pakistan to Yemen, Somalia and beyond, Scahill speaks to the CIA agents, mercenaries and elite Special Operations Forces operators. He goes deep into al Qaeda-held territory in Yemen and walks the streets of Mogadishu with CIA-backed warlords. We also meet the survivors of night raids and drone strikes - including families of US citizens targeted for assassination by their own government - who reveal the shocking human consequences of the dirty wars the United States struggle to keep hidden.
William Stevenson - The Bushbabies
This is the story of an African journey made by three improbable companions; Jacqueline whose family is bound for England, her tiny pet tarsier called a bushbaby, and Tembo Murumbi, her father's former assistant and now her friend and protector. Jackie's fierce devotion to her pet has led her to persuade Tembo to help her return the bushbaby to its native home. But what begins as a piece of foolish but forgivable childish determination soon develops into a flight with tragic implecations. The authorities, believing Jackie to have been kidnapped by Tembo, issue orders to pursue and shoot him on sight. But this is not the only danger: prolonged drought has upset the wildlife, caused forest fires, and is soon to be ended by deluge and flood. Jackie, Tembo, and the mischievous busbaby move against a majestic background of riverbed, jungle, and plan through a landscape filled with splendid animals and birds. Here is a country that Stevenson knows intimately, and he writes of it in vivid and loving detail. As they penetrate ever deeper into Africa, so does Jackie's respect for Tembo grow and deepen as well. The drama of this adventure, and the puckish little saucer-eyed creature who caused it all, will stay long in the memory; but the widening awareness which the reader shares with Jackie and Tembo will make an even more lasting impression.
Brother Richard - The Rainbow After The Flood
One day, a small child said to her grandmother: “I love Jesus, but I don’t like his father.” She went on to explain, “Because he was the one who drowned everyone.” She had just read the story of the flood in Sunday School. The story of the flood is troubling. God creates animals and human beings. Then he changes his mind and decides to destroy them. It is not only little girls who are afraid of such a God. But have we read the flood narrative carefully enough? If we forget our prejudices and read it afresh, the text has a number of surprises in store. God lays down his bow in the clouds and the battle is over. Yet God’s restraint is neither a sign of weakness nor indifference, but taut patience. Even laid aside, the rainbow remains tense, its colours radiating the energy of God’s passion.
Sarah Perry - After Me Comes the Flood
One hot summer's day, John Cole decides to leave his life behind. He shuts up the bookshop no one ever comes to and drives out of London. When his car breaks down and he becomes lost on an isolated road, he goes looking for help, and stumbles into the grounds of a grand but dilapidated house. Its residents welcome him with open arms - but there's more to this strange community than meets the eye. They all know him by name, they've prepared a room for him, and claim to have been waiting for him all along. As nights and days pass John finds himself drawn into a baffling menagerie. There is Hester, their matriarchal, controlling host; Alex and Claire, siblings full of child-like wonder and delusions; the mercurial Eve; Elijah - a faithless former preacher haunted by the Bible; and chain-smoking Walker, wreathed in smoke and hostility. Who are these people? And what do they intend for John? Elegant, gently sinister and psychologically complex, After Me Comes The Flood is a haunting and hypnotic debut novel by a brilliant new voice.
Shirley Hazzard - The Great Fire
he Great Fire is Shirley Hazzard's first novel since The Transit of Venus, which won the National Book Critics Circle Award in 1981. The conflagration of her title is the Second World War. In war-torn Asia and stricken Europe, men and women, still young but veterans of harsh experience, must reinvent their lives and expectations, and learn, from their past, to dream again. Some will fulfill their destinies, others will falter. At the center of the story, a brave and brilliant soldier finds that survival and worldly achievement are not enough. His counterpart, a young girl living in occupied Japan and tending her dying brother, falls in love, and in the process discovers herself.