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Author : Kohta Hirano
ISBN : 9781506703794
Genre : Battles
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In the final battle over control of Japan in AD 1600, Shimazu Toyohisa is pulled into another world filled with elves, dragons, and other warrior "Drifters," who represent the best samurai from Japan's warring provinces.
Category: Battles

Plastic Pollution

Author : François Galgani
ISBN : 9782889453306
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The presence, at sea, of large amounts of plastic and microplastics, which are sometimes invisible and results from the fragmentation of larger debris, requires an in-depth knowledge of the nature of ocean debris, its transport mechanisms, life cycle and effects on the environment. This volume provides new insights in the topic of plastic pollution, an actual and important problem for the marine environment.


Author : William C. Dietz
ISBN : 9781497607026
Genre : Fiction
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An interplanetary smuggler gets caught up with revolutionaries in this action-packed novel by the New York Times–bestselling author of Legion of the Damned. Even smuggling has rules. The first is: Don’t get caught. Meet Pik Lando, a con artist and a ladies man, a total professional who'll chase across the galaxies for his clients—and he'll usually find plenty of action and danger too. In Drifter, Lando is hired by a beautiful woman to a job on a world called Angel, and in the process she cannot resist his charms. That would be nice, except for the deadly group of revolutionaries hell-bent on war. Don’t miss Lando’s other adventures, Drifter’s War and Drifter’s Run.
Category: Fiction

The Drifters

Author : Hyun Kyung-jun
ISBN : 9788993360745
Genre : Fiction
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The plotline of Hyun Kyung-jun’s “The Drifters” (1940) portrays a state-regulated Manchurian village where opium addicts and smugglers are “rehabilitated” under the watchful guidance of the village training center. One of the occupants of the village is Myeong-u, an artist who became a drug addict from the pain of losing his lover. The director of the training center tries to lead Myeong-u onto the path of redemption with the belief that a piece of his conscience still remains intact. In addition to receiving care from the director, Myeong-u comes to slowly regain his humanity by falling in love with Sunnyeo, an innocent young woman who also resides in the village. Despite its melodramatic storyline, the fictional work can be traced back to the travel writing that the author published in 1939 after visiting a training center called Daeisugu in Manchuria, and the preface of “The Drifters” identifies it as a work in the genre of reportage literature with its emphasis upon providing journalistic depictions of actually observed events.
Category: Fiction


Author : John L. Campbell
ISBN : 9780698146358
Genre : Fiction
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The survivors of the Omega Virus make a desperate effort to find the living. But the walking dead aren’t done with them yet… Helicopter pilot Vladimir Yurish is a man of his word. The last thing he wants is to abandon the safety of the U.S.S. Nimitz and his newly adopted son Ben. Still, a promise is a promise, no matter how close to death it brings him… Angie West has fought hard to keep strangers alive, but now it’s time to tend to her own. Only, when she finds her family missing and their hideout burned and looted, she realizes the threat to her family isn’t just the undead—the living can do so much worse… Halsey has done well for himself, given the circumstances. Between his secluded ranch and precise shooting, the plague hasn’t touched him. Until a Black Hawk crashes on his property, bringing the war to his front door… Amid the chaos of a destroyed civilization, the survivors encounter a new threat. And these new monsters can’t be outrun—or outwitted…
Category: Fiction

Contributions In Oceanography

Author : Texas A & M University. College of Geosciences
ISBN : UOM:39015001558066
Genre : Meteorology
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Category: Meteorology

Schwann Spectrum

Author : Schwann Publications
ISBN : 157598038X
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