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Navigating The Shadow World

Author : Liv Spencer
ISBN : 9781770904453
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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An exploration as well as a literary celebration of the fascinating young adult fantasy series, this companion guide takes readers deep into the rich universe of Cassandra ClareOCOs "New York Times"OCobestselling Shadowhunter Chronicles franchise. With intelligent yet accessible dissections of each volume of both the Mortal Instruments series and the Infernal Devices series, Liv Spencer delivers the next best thing to a ShadowhunterOCOs codex with commentary on the books as well as their references to folklore, legends, and literature. The guide also recounts Cassandra ClareOCOs publishing story, from journalist and fan fiction writer to bestselling author; explores the cast and crew who brought the first book to life in the film "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones," premiering in August 2013; and delves into the franchiseOCOs fans, a passionate community that is anything but mundane. From the Clave to Chairman Meow and demon pox to dastardly ducks, "Navigating the Shadow World" is both an insightful introduction to the world of Cassandra Clare and a satisfying companion book for fans."
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Shadow World Book Club

Author : Liv Spencer
ISBN : 9781770904859
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A curated selection of the poems, plays and works of fiction that Cassandra Clare quotes from in the Shadowhunter Chronicles. Liv Spencer highlights the specific text used in each volume of The Mortal Instruments and The Infernal Devices, with selections from Hamlet, A Tale of Two Cities, Tennyson, Dante and many more. This is the free companion reader to Navigating the Shadow World: The Unofficial Guide to Cassandra Clare's The Mortal Instruments by Liv Spencer.
Category: Literary Criticism

Navigating The Medical Maze

Author : Steven L. Brown
ISBN : 1441201440
Genre : Religion
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Consumers are bombarded with competing health-care suggestions. Too often, decisions are made from emotions, peer pressure, or marketing, rather than through careful investigation. Steven L. Brown guides readers through issues impacting medical choices, weaving a Christian worldview throughout his approach. Beginning with the positive and negative attributes of medical doctors, Brown examines principles of practice and the effect bias can have on a physician's recommendations. The author also gives readers tools to navigate the world of alternative medicine and work through the emotional impact of illness. A section of frequently asked questions rounds out an insider's view of some of the critical health-care issues of our time.
Category: Religion

Old Tales And New Truths

Author : James Roy King
ISBN : 0791408531
Genre : Social Science
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This guidebook to the Bright-Shadow World develops three closely related issues. The first is the position that fairytales and folktales are of value today because they encourage the growth of capabilities important in our postmodern world. Each of us, like the fairytale hero, sets out on his/her own quests, seeks his/her own identity, faces his/her own dilemmas with few resources but wit, imagination, and a certain power of improvisation. King develops the implications of this situation for such common fairytale problems as learning to read the world productively; navigating various kinds of "edges;" exploiting power sources; developing highly personal moral commitments; problem solving; and data collecting. The second concern of this book is with the development of a system for analyzing narrative structure. The formula offered here involves an examination of interactions among actors, physical settings, lines of force, and power sources as a narrative moves toward its denouement. This system facilitates the classifying, and contrasting of narratives, and illuminates the structure of both narrative and lived experience. Finally, this book is concerned with myth-making or world-making processes. It is shown that traditional narrative actually points to and delineates another dimension of existence (here called "the Bright-Shadow World") that operates by rules of its own and may be penetrated by individuals from our ordinary world. Inferences about the Bright-Shadow World drawn from traditional narrative are described and evaluated.
Category: Social Science

Navigating Perilous Waters

Author : Ephraim Sneh
ISBN : 9781135754273
Genre : Political Science
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Israel is a Jewish state in a Muslim Middle East. How can it survive in that region? This book answers this question by analyzing the dangers and threats that Israel faces today. The book also highlights an important component of Israel's strength: the endurance and the cohesion of its social fabric, which the author sees as the key to his country's survival in the Middle East. Written by Israel's former deputy minister of defence, this book is essential reading for all those interested in the contemporary politics of the Middle East.
Category: Political Science

Navigation In The Mountains

Author : Carlo Forte
ISBN : 9780954151188
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Navigation in the Mountains - The Definitive Guide for Hill Walkers, Mountaineers & Leaders is the official navigation book for all Mountain Training schemes. Packed with essential information and techniques, this handbook is split into sections including: all aspects of mountain navigation; the additional techniques required in winter; adaptations in navigation techniques for use overseas; the use of GPS; digital mapping; and the teaching of navigation. This book is the reference tool for all walkers who wish to maintain or improve their navigation techniques as well as containing specific ideas for anyone wanting to help teach and lead others. Its functional design with easy reference colour coded pages, striking illustrations that complement the text and inspiring photographs make this book an indispensable guide. It is the fourth in a series of manuals and has been written and compiled by Carlo Forte, the Chief Instructor at the National Mountain Centre, Plas y Brenin, and it is published by Mountain Training UK.
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Navigating The Narrow Path To Life Daily Reflections From A Fellow Traveler

Author : Donna Noble
ISBN : 9781490820415
Genre : Self-Help
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Life is a jumble of disconnected events that sometimes defy reasonable explanation. Donna Noble takes the holy Word of God and marries it to her life experiences, education, and study of the Scriptures to try to help others make sense of the things that happen in our lives. Share her walk in the form of a daily reflection that will point out the sometimes obvious things we miss in our hurried lives these days, how the Lord reaches out to us and tries to get our attention, reviewing our own salvation and progress in the difficult process of sanctification, and gives a prayer to send us out into our day with something to reflect on. Come and join the journey as we all try to make sense of this crazy event we call life.
Category: Self-Help

The Receding Shadow Of The Prophet

Author : Ray Takeyh
ISBN : 0275976289
Genre : Religion
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An overview of predominantly Muslim societies that argues that Islamism has failed to provide Islamic societies with any feasible alternative to undertaking fundamental political and social reforms.
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In The Shadow Of Crows

Author : David Charles Manners
ISBN : 9781908493125
Genre : Travel
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When Bindra contracts leprosy, she is driven from her home in the Himalayan foothills with her two small sons and embarks upon a seemingly impossible course in search of salvation. David's first journey to India is driven by devastating loss, and yet he finds unexepected solace in the discovery of an exceptional family legacy, and insights offered by an unorthodox mountain tradition. As these individual journeys progress their stories are woven together, cultural differences are dissolved, and an extraordinary relationship is formed which forges unanticipated changes in both their lives. In the Shadow of Crows is a remarkable account of love and loss, a lyrical ode to the wonderful and terrible beauty of India, and a masterly meditation on the interweaving of separate lives.
Category: Travel