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Ask Aria Morse anything, and she must answer with the truth. Yet she rarely understands the cryptic words she‘s compelled to utter. Bed—or cursed—with the power of an Oracle who cannot decipher her own predictions, she does her best to avoid anyone and everyone. But Aria can no longer hide when Jade, one of the few girls at school who ever showed her any kindness, disappears. Any time Aria overhears a question about Jade, she inadvertently reveals something new, a clue or hint as to why Jade vanished. But like stray pieces from different puzzles, her words never present a clear picture. Then there’s Alex, damaged and dangerous, but the first person other than Jade to stand up for her. And Will, who offers a bond that seems impossible for a girl who’s always been alone. Both were involved with Jade. Aria may be the only one who can find out what happened, but the closer she gets to solving the crime, the more she becomes a target. Not everyone wants the truth to come out.
Roselys vit désormais à Versailles. Malgré l'ambiance pesante de la Cour et son étiquette si rigide, la jeune fille mène une vie plutôt agréable parmi les intimes de la reine. Elle chante pour Marie-Antoinette, qui n'hésite pas à lui confier de petites missions secrètes. Un matin, en ville, Roselys est témoin d'un grave accident : le bé, mourant, lui confie un curieux médaillon d'argent, en ânonnant des mots énigmatiques : « clé... blanche...»... Une fois rentrée à son logis, la jeune fille découvre à l'intérieur du bijou les portraits miniatures d'un couple. Curieusement, ils lui semblent familiers. Roselys et son bien-aimé Valsens se promettent d'enquêter...
For centuries, settled peoples have contemplated nomads with fascination and envy, or with disdain and fear. Both Americans and the British have had an obsession with nomadic peoples, stemming from their own wanderlust and admiration for the unfettered life. In Search of Nomads centers on four regions that are rich in nomadic culture—the Arabian peninsula with its Bedouin, the Sahara with its Moors and Tuareg, the mountain ranges of southern Iran with its migratory pastoral tribes, and the steppes of Central Asia with its Mongol horsemen and Tartar descendants. Author John Ure has traveled with all of these peoples and provides a brief account of the special characteristics and history of each group. However, one of the most appealing aspects of the book is the insight it provides into the often-eccentric British and American observers who chose to seek out and travel with nomads. Some were exiles from nineteenth-century high society, some were footloose adventurers like T. E. Lawrence; some were distinguished literary figures like Vita Sackville-West, while others were notable scholars like Gertrude Bell. In short, the visitors were often odder than the exotic peoples they visited, and John Ure brings both to life with skill and humor.
From Melcher Media, the team that brought you "Wicked: The Grimmerie," comes "Wicked: A Pop-Up Compendium of Splendiferous Delight and Thrillifying Intrigue," featuring the most arresting and memorable moments from the hit Broadway musical in moveable paper tableaux. From Glinda's dramatical entrance among the Ozians in her bubble machine to Elphaba's gravity-defying maiden flight, each spread puts you in the center of the action. Plus, discover secret artifacts (and artifictions) that you won't find anywhere else: the letters Galinda and Elphaba wrote to their parents, a map of the Emerald City, the Shiz University student newspaper, and a miniature Grimmerie complete with spells.
Do you want to discover the hidden truths about life without reading a complicated 100+ page book? Then this e-book is perfect for you! It's than 50 pages, it's open-minded and utterly honest. This e-book is truly different than most, it is a reflection of the real world, but from a perspective like no other.