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The newest instalment in the phenomenal Night Watch series. The streets of Moscow aren’t safe. Vampires are attacking innocent people, and the names of the victims are spelling out a message: ANTON GORODETSKY. Higher Light Magician Anton is one of the Others, possessed of magical powers and able to enter the Twilight, a shadowy world parallel to our own. Each Other must swear allegiance to one side: either the Light, or the Dark. But who is after Anton and what do they want? Anton’s investigation leads him to a Prophet, an Other with the gift of seeing the future. Her horrifying vision heralds the end of all life at the hands of an ancient threat – unless Anton can reunite a mysterious organisation known only as the Sixth Watch, before it’s too late.
Dandin's work as a novelist, poet and pioneering theorist of literary style has secured for him an important place in classical Sanskrit literature. He lived in Kanchi, near present-day Chennai, in the period c. AD 650?750, during the Pallava rule. The Dasa Kumara Charitam is a prose romance recounting the exploits of Prince Rajavahana and his nine companions. Its colourful tales of adventure are notable for their ironic humour, amoral outlook and uninhibited descriptions of contemporary life and manners. A remarkable feature of the stories is the geographical sweep of their action, ranging from present-day Punjab to Kerala, Gujarat to Assam and all the way to the islands of the Indian Ocean. Also remarkable is the rich variety of characters and situations. Dandin vivifies each personage, major and minor, and provides lively accounts of assassinations, executions, dance festivals and royal assemblies, describes at length the training of a courtesan, and even the tools for burgling a house. Even though Tales of the Ten Princes can be enjoyed for its absorbing stories alone, it is also a wonderfully detailed sociological account of an important age in ancient India.
When the first edition of Anchored Yesterdays was published in 1923, Savannah had yet to become one of the South's most picturesque and popular tourist sites. This new edition replicates the substance and charm of the privately printed original. Assembled here, as timeless as the town they describe, are many memorable places, people, and events from Savannah's first hundred years. Beginning with the story of Savannah's founding as the first city in "The Colony of Georgia in America," the authors lead us through ten "Watches," detailing accounts that reflect Savannah's importance as a seaport. Elfrida De Renne Barrow and Laura Palmer Bell also describe numerous landmark events in the history of Savannah and the Georgia coast, from the Battle of Bloody Marsh to the first nationally celebrated Thanksgiving Day. Offering year-by-year accounts that range from details of political assemblies and the development of Savannah's newspapers to news of smallpox epidemics and the cotton trade, Anchored Yesterdays is a unique record of Savannah's early history and culture.
Horace Lennon was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 1998. The Sixth Battle: A Story of Alzheimer’s, Love, and Faith began as a journal of his death by dementia written by his daughter, Mary Lennon Koch. Throughout his journey, she records much of the sorrow and ugliness that accompanies Alzheimer’s—along with an unexpected beauty arising through love and faith. As the disease progressed, Horace journeyed erratically backwards through time. The progression through his working and pastoring years was almost imperceptible. World War II followed, and he lingered there for extended periods. At the same time, he forgot his wife but not her love, and he was tormented with uncertainties about his relationship with God. Eventually he became like a little child and then grew as helpless as a baby. Even so, he understood love and faith to his dying day. Throughout his journey, the loving support that he received from his wife, six children, grandchildren, and extended family offers a testament to the love and faith of his family. No two Alzheimer’s stories are the same. The purpose of The Sixth Battle is not to provide a checklist for the days after the diagnosis, but rather to offer an account of Alzheimer’s to help others prepare for their own experience, and to share a story of love that transcends circumstances and faith that testifies there is more than what is seen here on this earth.
Translated into English by Rev. Issaverdens, Member of the Mekhitharian Armenian Academy, Commander of the Imperial Order of the Medjidieh. Armenian Monastery of St. Lazarus 1901.
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