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A Drive On The Wild Side

Author : Alistair Weaver
ISBN : 9781845841003
Genre : Transportation
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Written by award-winning journalist and television presenter, Alistair Weaver, and illustrated by some of the world's leading automotive photographers, A Drive on the Wild Side, takes you on an extraordinary journey along some of the world's most challenging roads. Experience the heat of the Laos jungle, the loneliness of the Arctic, and the bullet-marked streets of Beirut from behind the wheel of some of the world's finest cars. Find out what it's really like to drive a Ferrari 612 across the forgotten wastelands of western China, or to chase poachers on the slopes of Mount Kenya. This book recounts the fascinating, hair-raising and moving stories experienced during a career of automotive adventure, helped by 400 stunning photos. This book will appeal to car and travel enthusiasts across the world.
Category: Transportation

Walk On The Wild Side

Author : Christine Warren
ISBN : 1429939095
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 29.46 MB
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In national bestseller Christine Warren's Others novels, vampires, witches, werewolves, and more have come out of the supernatural closet. Now, the world as we know it will never be the same... Kitty Sugarman is a lot tougher than her name implies. Still, she's content with how her small- town life keeps her removed from all the changes happening in the world—like the Unveiling of the Others. That is, until a near-tragedy strikes and Kitty discovers she has abilities . . .thanks to a father she never knew was alive. He also happens to be a were-lion and leader of one of the most powerful Prides out West. WALK ON THE WILD SIDE When Kitty heads to Vegas to find out more about her father, it's his sexy, seductive second-in-command or baas of the Pride, Marcus Stewart, who commands her attention. Now that she has tempted Marcus's hunger for a mate, Kitty finds herself stuck in a vicious struggle for her father's fortune, while deadly unrest stirs within the pride. Kitty's rivals won't rest until she's gone for good, but Marcus will fight until his last breath to save her...even if it means going against the pride. "Warren brings fascinating alternate realities to life." —Romantic Times BOOKreviews
Category: Fiction

A Walk On The Wild Side

Author : Nelson Algren
ISBN : 0374525323
Genre : Fiction
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New Orleans in the 1930s is the seamy world of lost and lovelorn Dove Linkhorn and Kitty Twist, of their lust and violence, and of their toughness and survival
Category: Fiction

Eating On The Wild Side

Author : Jo Robinson
ISBN : 9780316227957
Genre : Social Science
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Winner of the 2014 IACP Cookbook Award in the category of "Food Matters." The next stage in the food revolution--a radical way to select fruits and vegetables and reclaim the flavor and nutrients we've lost. Ever since farmers first planted seeds 10,000 years ago, humans have been destroying the nutritional value of their fruits and vegetables. Unwittingly, we've been selecting plants that are high in starch and sugar and low in vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants for more than 400 generations. EATING ON THE WILD SIDE reveals the solution--choosing modern varieties that approach the nutritional content of wild plants but that also please the modern palate. Jo Robinson explains that many of these newly identified varieties can be found in supermarkets and farmer's market, and introduces simple, scientifically proven methods of preparation that enhance their flavor and nutrition. Based on years of scientific research and filled with food history and practical advice, EATING ON THE WILD SIDE will forever change the way we think about food.
Category: Social Science

Walk On The Wild Side

Author : Nicholas Oldland
ISBN : 9781771381093
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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This clever picture book tells readers right away what to expect. _There once was a bear, a moose and a beaver who loved adventure. But sometimes their competitive natures got in the way of having fun.” One day, the three set off to climb a mountain together. But on the way there, they decide to make it more exciting by turning the climb into a race to the top. It�s only after being sidelined by a series of mishaps † a boulder tumbling down the path, the moose hanging off the side of the cliff, the bear hanging off the moose hanging off the side of the cliff † that the three friends realize competitions don�t always make for a good time.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Virginia S Wild Side

Author : Curtis J. Badger
ISBN : 0813921627
Genre : Science
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Badger compiles 50 outdoor Virginia adventures from the mountains to the ocean, that will send readers in pursuit of rare salamanders on the slopes of Mount Rogers, and digging clams on tidal flats along the coast. 4 maps. 13 illustrations.
Category: Science

The Suit

Author : Alan Butterworth
ISBN : 9781409219828
Genre : Fiction
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19 year old Frank Slater is a debt collector in the Hulme area of Manchester, England. It's 1959 and rock and roll is the thing. Frank has just bought a new suit, paid for by ill-gotten gains. This is the story of the suit's first outing and what happens to it, what is spilt on it, and the awful characters it comes across in Frank's quest to collect £200.00 from a small time gangster. No suit should ever be treated this way. Strong language and violence throughout.
Category: Fiction

Kelly S Wild Side

Author : Rachel Richards
ISBN : 9781927679364
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Chris Packham S Wild Side Of Town

Author : Chris Packham
ISBN : 9781472916075
Genre : Nature
File Size : 70.15 MB
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This new edition is suitable for anybody with an interest in urban wildlife and conservation and is written by the renowned TV presenter Chris Packham. It is an educational and striking guide to the full range of wildlife that can be found in all manner of urban habitats in our towns and cities. Increasingly, wildlife is finding a home in our built-up, concrete and noisy cities. Urban sites such as canals, disused railway embankments, reservoirs, rubbish tips and inner-city gardens are becoming popular abodes for a huge number of species. This book is at once a source to the best urban sites in Britain and the different habitats that exist there, and a revealing field guide to the wildlife inhabiting these city locations. Beautiful illustrations, stunning photographs and informed reference material combine with this popular author's entertaining style to bring a novel look at wildlife away from the countryside.
Category: Nature

Wanderings On The Wild Side

Author : Jane Harris
ISBN : 9781788036528
Genre : Nature
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Wonderful sightings of kingfishers, colourful butterflies, wild deer and beautiful wild flowers inspired me to recount the experiences from years ago. Family and friends' photographs are much appreciated and their company on walks too. Exploring the local countryside in the early nineteen fifties, when I was just eight years old, gave me a love of wild life, flora and fauna, and filled me with wonder, hearing the flock of lapwings calling 'Peewit!', and watching them circling, twisting and turning in the blue skies far above me. In those years children could wander freely, easily surviving the occasional mishap such as falling in the deep part of the stream that flowed across the moors to the River Soar. Sketching and painting also enjoyable activities from early childhood enabled me as a self-taught artist to try and capture the beauty of the landscape, where I walk so often, in my paintings as well as in my diary. However, my family struggling to read my handwritten diaries, (I found it difficult too in places!) encouraged me to typewrite them and this book is the result.
Category: Nature