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The Village Idiots 'Fools Gold' is the second book in a trilogy of novellas, continuing the comedic capers of two local villagers as they hunt for promised treasure on board their inherited, but now sunken yacht. Deciding the aging yacht was a burden, Takis plots a way to get their hands on the insurance money. But only as the yacht lies on the sea bed do the pair discover that not only was the policy void, but Captain George had hidden gold on board.However, seasoned pirates they are not, and the treasure they are looking for is hard to come by. Takis takes his scheming to new depths, and poor Spiros bears the brunt of all Takis' eccentric plans.But as we follow Spiros carrying out one bad instruction after another, we also start to glimpse the real man inside, the man Spiros didn't even know existed. As he takes to the sea to dive in search of riches, he discovers other qualities about himself and about the world around him, and it is dawning on him that he may not be so useless after all.When Spiros finally finds what he and Takis think they want, they are yet to discover that as always in Greece, things are never as they seem; and when it comes to inheritance, nothing is straightforward.Hilarious, heart-warming and filled with the Mediterranean sunshine, will the path taken by Spiros and Takis fill their futures with gold?
The child of an alcoholic father and an eccentric artist mother discusses her family's nomadic upbringing, during which she and her siblings fended for themselves while their parents outmaneuvered bill collectors and the authorities.
Thirty of Hans Christian Andersen's most cherished stories in single volumes Illustrator various artists. Known all over the world, these fairytales hold stories of great value and are a source of inspiration for both young and old.
This is not your everyday fantasy. The "heroes" have not business trying to do what they do. One's a farm boy who can't best a pig. One's a giant lizard man with no manners. One's a mage who can't control her powers. One's a killer with no scruples. One's a drunk vagabond. Oh, and the dragons are just tyrant a**holes. It's not easy to live in a world ruled by dragons. The taxes are high and their control is complete. But for one group of bold misfits, it's time to band together and steal back some of that wealth. No one said they were smart. Guardians of the Galaxy meets The Hobbit in this rollicking fantasy adventure.
In Idries Shah's 'Wisdom of the Idiots', the 'idiots' are Sufis, called this because their wisdom penetrates to a depth which renders it inaccessible to the merely intelligent or academically-knowledgeable. The exercise-stories of the Sufis are tools prepared for a specific purpose. On this level the movements of the characters in a story portray psychological processes, and the story becomes a working blueprint of those processes.
Driven by a need for some control in her life, Juliet sells up on impulse and buys a dilapidated farm house in a tiny Greek village, leaving her English life behind. The house is liveable by local standards but the job of restoring the garden is too big. Juliet cannot bring it to life on her own. Aaman has traveled to Greece from Pakistan illegally. His task is to find work and raise money for the harvester his village desperately needs to deliver them out of poverty. What he imagined would be a heroic journey in reality is fraught with danger and corruption. He finds himself in Greece where Juliet hires him. As the summer progresses, they discover they have something in common, an event that has defined how they interact and how they view themselves.

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