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A lost masterpiece. A fortune beyond belief. A race to survive. For archaeologist Finn Ryan luck comes in the form of an unlikely legacy from a man she never knew. Along with her co-heir, Billy Pilgrim, she inherits a house in Amsterdam, a cargo ship off Borneo and what appears to be a fake Rembrandt. But behind its canvas lies a real Rembrandt portrait, which in turn conceals a clue to a centuries-old mystery at the bottom of the South Pacific. Pursued by ruthless adversaries, Finn and Billy are thrown into the hunt for a forgotten treasure that could change their lives forever... or end them in an instant. Rembrandt’s Ghost is perfect for fans of Scott Mariani, Clive Cussler and Chris Kuzneski.
Of an estimated 80,000 students who signed up for a Massively Open Online Class - MOOC - titled Gamification, only one student published a book about the experience. He is Bill Ritchie, seventy-years old at the time, and probably the oldest among the students around the world. His class is called the digital immigrants. This book is his writings, or class notes, made over the course of time it took him to complete the class. He calls his experience a quest because he's searching for a way to share his experience in an old-world form of mass communication - printmaking. Print is the ancestor of all technologies. Print enabled MOOCs, for example.The Coursera class was in 2012 now, being 2018, it's a fitting time to publish this book in the on-demand form, despite that this book is coming out six years after Bill's initial experience. The title, Gaming Rembrandt's Ghost, comes from Bill Ritchie's novel project in turning his story, Rembrandt's Ghost in the New Machine, into a collectible trading card game. It's the gamification of a back story that Bill had in mind when began his quest for an online teaching printmaking method - bringing the domain of his expertise into the digital domain.
This set around the live shows, Pantomimes, Circuses, Plays and Concerts. It starts of in Cornwall with a pantomime production company preparing for the oncoming Christmas season and Part V ends up in Amsterdam with a live pop concert and ballet dancers, so reasonably varied, I add that its fiction. Again its been online before so to promote its going on Google for free at the moment after encountering many students who mostly entertain looking and reading material for free online. Again from 2018.
Architects Draw offers a practical and invaluable way to help students and would-be sketchers translate what they see onto the page, not as an imitation of reality, but as a comprehensive union of voids and solids, light and shadows, lines and shapes. For nearly forty years revered Cooper Union professor and artist Sue Gussow has taught aspiring architects of varying abilities how to fully observe and perceive the spaces that make up our physical environment. Gussow skillfully applies architectural language to twenty-one drawing exercises that tackle a variety of forms--from peas in a pod to monkeys, skeletons, dinosaur bones, and the art of Giacometti and Mondrian. She shows, for example, how cut fruit and paper bags reveal that the physical world is made up of planes, dimensions, and enclosed space.
I intend to offer the reading society and individuals varieties of pieces to ponder. This book captures (thoughts) only what my spoken words cannot. I believe that to obtain a balance in our minds and in our hearts we must explore the perimeters of our existence.From despair to happiness, we must look inside to inevitably know ourselves. Literature is a quiet language of its own, that must be manifest in books. We must cherish literature. The title: Sunday In The Body Of The Garden Of Tyme sums up a day in the life of the author that lasted twenty years. I assure you that he lived the research. Is it poetry? Useless montage? You decide. The subjects and ideas I represent are commonly grim or disconnected from hope. This book reveals my battles w/ in & out. I do favor traditional styles of poetry. However, I am somewhat idiomorphic w/ these small stories. I fear God and am constantly learning things from the least mundane to the most divine. True poetry never fills a page or a book -it forms a conscience far from the pages, far from our hands. I do wish that my readers find in this inaugural book: Humor, intellect, question and relevence -for these are scripts that we may all relate to in one way or another.
The adventures of retired Army Ranger John “Doc” Holliday and his quest to uncover the secrets of the Templars continue to thrill in this novel from New York Times bestselling author Paul Christopher... After his niece and her fiancé are brutally murdered, Holliday vows to avenge their deaths and finish their work by finding a long-lost Dead Sea Scroll. But in doing so, he stumbles upon a conspiracy linking the Catholic Church to an illicit art forgery operation involving the Nazis. Hunted by those determined to hide the truth, Holliday and Interpol agent Peter Lazarus embark on a desperate race from the vaults of the Vatican to the deserts of Pakistan to unravel a mystery born in the final days of the Third Reich, and to recover the scroll—the contents of which could destroy the very foundations of the Christian faith.

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