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Author : Journal Writing Things
ISBN : 1793384479
Genre : Fiction
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The Place To Be

Author : Lonely Planet
ISBN : 9781787011984
Genre : Self-Help
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Whether it's euphoria or serenity, awe or enlightenment, this beautiful hardback presents hundreds of places around the world to experience a particular emotion. Each of the 12 chapters in Lonely Planet's The Place to Be explores a single feeling, with destinations ranging from wild and natural spaces, to modern and ancient cities. Plus, our travel writers explain when to go and how to get there. With 20 places and experiences for each emotion and state of mind, The Place to Be features 240 travel destinations around the world. Stand in awe and marvel at enormous natural phenomena; give yourself a joyful boost with cat cafes and chocolate indulgences; seek serenity on beautiful remote islands; find calm oases in the heart of bustling cities; and join the path to enlightenment with Renaissance paintings and religious pilgrimages. Inside, we'll tell you where to go to feel: Adventurous / Brave Alone / Solitary Amused Awe / Wonder Fulfilled Enlightened Ecstatic / Enlightened / Exhilarated Inspired Joy Reflective / Thoughtful Serene Passion About Lonely Planet: Lonely Planet is a leading travel media company and the world's number one travel guidebook brand, providing both inspiring and trustworthy information for every kind of traveller since 1973. Over the past four decades, we've printed over 145 million guidebooks and grown a dedicated, passionate global community of travellers. You'll also find our content online, on mobile, video and in 14 languages, 12 international magazines, armchair and lifestyle books, ebooks, and more. TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice Awards 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 winner in Favorite Travel Guide category 'Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other.' - New York Times 'Lonely Planet. It's on everyone's bookshelves; it's in every traveller's hands. It's on mobile phones. It's on the Internet. It's everywhere, and it's telling entire generations of people how to travel the world.' - Fairfax Media (Australia) Important Notice: The digital edition of this book may not contain all of the images found in the physical edition.
Category: Self-Help

Detroit City Is The Place To Be

Author : Mark Binelli
ISBN : 9781429974615
Genre : Social Science
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Once America's capitalist dream town, Detroit is our country's greatest urban failure, having fallen the longest and the farthest. But the city's worst crisis yet (and that's saying something) has managed to do the unthinkable: turn the end of days into a laboratory for the future. Urban planners, land speculators, neopastoral agriculturalists, and utopian environmentalists—all have been drawn to Detroit's baroquely decaying, nothing-left-to-lose frontier. With an eye for both the darkly absurd and the radically new, Detroit-area native Mark Binelli has chronicled this convergence. Throughout the city's "museum of neglect"—its swaths of abandoned buildings, its miles of urban prairie—he tracks both the blight and the signs of its repurposing, from the school for pregnant teenagers to a beleaguered UAW local; from metal scrappers and gun-toting vigilantes to artists reclaiming abandoned auto factories; from the organic farming on empty lots to GM's risky wager on the Volt electric car; from firefighters forced by budget cuts to sleep in tents to the mayor's realignment plan (the most ambitious on record) to move residents of half-empty neighborhoods into a viable, new urban center. Sharp and impassioned, Detroit City Is the Place to Be is alive with the sense of possibility that comes when a city hits rock bottom. Beyond the usual portrait of crime, poverty, and ruin, we glimpse a longshot future Detroit that is smaller, less segregated, greener, economically diverse, and better functioning—what could be the boldest reimagining of a post-industrial city in our new century. Detroit City Is the Place to Be is one of Publishers Weekly's Top 10 Best Books of 2012
Category: Social Science

The Place To Wait

Author : Perry Aayr
ISBN : 9781469767789
Genre : Fiction
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The Some Die Mad quatrain continues as Malcolm Ward and his fellow pilot group therapy patients at Mid-State Hospital fight not only their own severe and probably fatal flaws but also try to topple a megalomaniacal superintendent and a system literally out to remove them permanently.
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This Is The Place To Be

Author : Lara Pawson
ISBN : 1909585211
Genre : Journalists
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A memoir in the form of a series of sharply etched vignettes that shift astonishingly in time and mood, and range in place from Africa and the US to the streets of London. It demonstrates that no moment is isolated, and that privilege, conflict, race and gender are inherent in all our encounters, from the banal to the extreme
Category: Journalists

Not The Place To Ignore Me

Author : Joshua Motes
ISBN : 9780988976702
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"This is not the place to ignore me..." Thousands of miles from home, on the business end of a daring mission into a deserted Afghan cityscape where friend and foe blend, author Joshua Motes hears God speak these words, calling him back to wholehearted devotion and a renewed commitment to be an influence for Jesus among the men he led. As one of the few American soldiers serving in the military that has experienced direct fire combat where life and death are a constant reality, First Lieutenant Motes offers a unique perspective on living out a committed life of faith. Not the Place to Ignore Me: Lessons in Faith from a Deadly Ambush, will empower you to... Live as a Christian in a world where you fight a very real enemy; one just as real as those that waited to ambush Motes and his men. Discover the danger of lingering unrepentant in a spiritually dry season, and how to be restored and renewed to a passionate spiritual life. Gain a renewed revelation of the sovereignty of God, His incomprehensible grace, and His goodness. "The book you hold reaches beyond surface talk and broaches a subject we have often forgotten in the American church; spiritual warfare....It is time for Jesus' bride to pay attention. He alone has the ability to guide us faithfully through the fire and fury of our enemy...He will be faithful to fulfill His promises, if only we will not ignore Him." -Joshua Foliart, founder and president of MULTIPLi Joshua Motes graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2010, with a bachelor's degree in communications. A first lieutenant in the US Army, Joshua served eleven years, completing combat tours in both Iraq and Afghanistan. He currently resides in Colorado Springs, CO. Joshua recently began pursuing a Master of Divinity degree at Fuller Theological Seminary, and hopes to begin full-time ministry soon.

The Place Where You Go To Listen

Author : John Luther Adams
ISBN : 0819569895
Genre : Music
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Did Alaska create the music of John Luther Adams, or did the music create his Alaska? For the past thirty years, the vastness of Alaska has swept through the distant reaches of the composer’s imagination and every corner of his compositions. In this new book Adams proposes an ideal of musical ecology, the philosophical foundation on which his largest, most complex musical work is based. This installation, also called The Place Where You Go to Listen, is a sound and light environment that gives voice to the cycles of sunlight and darkness, the phases of the moon, the seismic rhythms of the earth, and the dance of the aurora borealis. Adams describes this work as “a place for hearing the unheard music of the world around us.” The book includes two seminal essays, the composer’s journal telling the story of the day-to-day emergence of The Place, as well as musical notations, graphs and illustrations of geophysical phenomena.
Category: Music

This Place Will Become Home

Author : Laura Hammond
ISBN : 0801443075
Genre : History
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How do communities grapple with the challenges of reconstruction after conflicts? In one of the first in-depth ethnographic accounts of refugee repatriation anywhere in the world, Laura C. Hammond follows the story of Ada Bai, a returnee settlement with a population of some 7,500 people. In the days when refugees first arrived, Ada Bai was an empty field along Ethiopia's northwest border, but it is now a viable—arguably thriving—community. For the former refugees who fled from northern Ethiopia to eastern Sudan to escape war and famine in 1984 and returned to their country of birth in 1993, "coming home" really meant creating a new home out of an empty space. Settling in a new area, establishing social and kin ties, and inventing social practices, returnees gradually invested their environment with meaning and began to consider their settlement home. Hammond outlines the roles that gender and generational differences played in this process and how the residents came to define the symbolic and geographical boundaries of Ada Bai.Drawing on her fieldwork from 1993 to 1995 and regular shorter periods since, Hammond describes the process by which a place is made meaningful through everyday practice and social interaction. This Place Will Become Home provides insight into how people cope with extreme economic hardship, food insecurity, and limited access to international humanitarian or development assistance in their struggle to attain economic self-sufficiency.
Category: History