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Xyntor by Brian L. Alford Book Summary:
Its only a game, what harm can it do? What does a parent do when their child becomes so obsessed with playing a game that it changes them profoundly? What does a parent do when discipline is meaningless and ineffective? Matthew loves playing Xyntor but his obsession drives him to rebel against his parents. It starts to destroy his life and the safe world in which he lives. His personality changes and the young boy his parents loved becomes a stranger, violent and degenerate. Leaving home he lives in the underworld until rescued by his parents. But who have they rescued? Their son has become a violent and disturbed stranger who hates who he used to be. Xyntor is a story of our time. It explores the effects violent computer games have on an immature mind and how his parents fail to cope. A young boy's obsession with a computer game leads to devastating consequences for both him and his family. He enters a world of degenerate and manipulative low life. As he declines into a life of drugs and crime he loses the ability to distinguish between reality and fantasy. Is he in the real world or the fantasy world of Xyntor? The streets that are his new home become his reality but his mind dwells in the fantasy world. Gradually the world of Xyntor is woven into the story as Matthew's world twists and turns. The line between fantasy and reality becomes blurred as Xyntor starts to mirror his new life. Matthew shows only contempt for his parents who are replaced in his imagination by a warrior soldier Kylama. He becomes a key player in the survival of the world of Xyntor and his own fate is tied in with the war and his new mentor. Finally he pays the ultimate price as his short tortured life comes to an end.
The World of the Senses by Rudolf Steiner Book Summary:
‘When we consider the plant world in all its greenery, or the stars with their golden glory; when we look at all this without forming any judgement from within ourselves but instead permit the things to reveal themselves to us... then all things are transformed from what they were in the world of the senses into something entirely different – something for which no word exists other than one which is taken from our very life of soul...’ – Rudolf Steiner. One of Rudolf Steiner’s most fundamental objectives was to show how the spiritual world connects to and penetrates the material world. In doing so, he was pioneering a modern form of Rosicrucianism – countering traditional religious conceptions (that spirit and matter are polar opposites) as well as contemporary materialistic science (that ignores the existence of spiritual phenomena altogether). In this concise series of lectures, Rudolf Steiner shows how the human senses reveal the mysterious world of the will, which is at once a spiritual and physical phenomenon. The senses act as a portal connecting our physical and etheric bodies with what Steiner refers to as worlds of ‘all-pervading will’ and ‘all-pervading wisdom’. He elaborates this theme, giving some unexpected and delightful insights into the senses of hearing and sight, and in particular how we experience colour. Steiner suggests that divine spiritual beings had different intentions for the formation of physical human beings, but that adversary powers caused disruption, leading to a more materialized constitution. He describes disorders in the connections between the human physical, etheric, astral and ego bodies, and the ill effects of one aspect overpowering the others. He gives insight into human glandular secretions, and why we need to eat and digest – also connected to the intervention of adversary beings. Among the many other themes tackled here, Rudolf Steiner describes the transformation of the human senses and organs, giving special consideration to the function of the larynx, which in future times will develop a special kind of reproductive power.
Anne's Alphabet by N.A Book Summary:
A must-have board book for Anne of Green Gables fans, with charming, hand-embroidered illustrations. Iconic moments from the beloved L.M. Montgomery classic are celebrated in this adorable concept book. Artist Kelly Hill creates vignettes of the most recognizable moments from Anne of Green Gables, including nosy neighbor, freckles, kindred spirits and imagination. Each letter of the alphabet is brought to life through a memorable Anne scene, with simple text and tactile, gorgeous works of art created from cut fabric and embroidery. Part of a series of Anne concept books, Anne's Alphabet is a perfect way to introduce future fans to this winning character.
Orient Express Picturesque Travelog by Marie Sherwood Book Summary:
Excitement abounded. My Venice Simplon-Orient-Express journey, after two years of waiting, was about to become a dynamic reality. Travel with me on the world's most exclusive train, an illustrious 18.5-hour excursion, with its immaculate service, luscious French cuisine, impressive accommodations, and your every wish granted-it has an aura all its own.
Implementing Programmes to Improve Safety and Quality in Fruit and Vegetable Supply Chains by Maya Pineiro,Luz B. Díaz Ríos,Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Book Summary:
Latin American case studies on "Implementing programmes to improve safety and quality in fruit and vegetables supply chains: benefits and drawbacks" provide guidelines to improve understanding of the factors that facilitate and/or hamper the implementation of safety and quality improvements on the part of fruit and vegetable producers, especially small-scale ones, and also of the need to propose integrated solutions that take account of the producers' technical, administrative and economic capacities, together with the amount of institutional support needed in order to develop and /or strengthen these capacities.
The Development of E-Government in Central and Eastern Europe [CEE]. by Mirko Vintar Book Summary:
" The aim of this publication is to take an x-ray of CEE e-government and provide readers with an in-depth comparative study of e-government phenomena in the CEE region. The CEE region covers a very diverse set of countries, which have in many respects very little in common, geographically, historically, politically, and economically. Yet there is one common factor; most of these countries are emerging from the hegemony of the Soviet Empire. And, as they do so, more liberal governmental and democratic values are being struggled with. So, although there is much diversity in the region there is a common point of reference and a trajectory of change and development that brings value to a collection of papers on CEE. The countries of CEE include those placed by the Cap Gemini regular measurements (Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, 2006) that belong in the upper third of the EU25s most advanced countries for e-government readiness, while there are many countries in the same region that still find themselves at the very beginning of this process. This diversity has led to change the course of observation and set somewhat different criteria for this publication. "
OneTrak by N.A Book Summary:
OneTrak Compliance Answers for Bankers addresses the role of bank nondeposit compliance management and the development of a formal compliance policy manual, customer complaint resolution process, nondeposit investment sales program, oversight program and effectiveness evaluation program. OneTrak Compliance Answers for Bankers uses a checklist approach to recommend policies and procedures for implementing an effective nondeposit compliance program within a bank. The checklist also provides guidance for bank compliance officers to critique fledgling nondeposit compliance program in their bank. Certification and training of bank employees can be advanced through the use of other books in this series from Dearborn. Stock Answers for Bankers and Mutual Fund Basics and Beyond are excellent tools that can help all bank personnel get up-to-speed on current issues concerning securities in the bank environment. OneTrak Compliance Answers for Bankers is important reading for top management and line supervisors in banks with nondeposit investment sales programs.
Mastering Exchange Traded Equity Derivatives by David Ford Book Summary:
Covers every aspect of equity derivatives markets for the market professional, including: the markets and how they work; the key players; the instruments traded; trading strategies and techniques; and risk management.
Summer Home Review by Jacqueline M. Loring Book Summary:
Easy and H Bomb is the voice of a dark clown ; beautiful, painful, powerful, fun. In it you will travel to lands of delight, great halls of doom, cellars of happy saddness; the playing fields of life. To not own Easy and H Bomb is fine. To own it and read it is to enrich yourself with a new skill of observing and enjoying life; seeing the sacred gift in all things, in all experiences. Enjoy this book it holds something for you.
A Journey Forgotten by Emily Noll Book Summary:
"A Journey Forgotten," by author Emily Noll, follows writer Connor Anderson who is plagued by a bad case of writer's block. When Connor takes a serious fall during an innocent encounter with a leggy prospect, he finds himself shifting between his hospital bed and a spaceship where everyone calls him Captain. Trying to reconcile the two worlds, his sense of self, and which life is really his, Connor is forced to step into his Captain role as he and his crew discovers an apocalyptic danger that threatens the existence of literally everything. Which world is his world and which life will win out is anyone's guess, least of all Conner's, but one thing is clear, writer's block is the least of his problems. Told with wit and humor and written in masterful prose, "A Journey Forgotten" will keep you guessing while it entertains every step of the way. Noll has written a book in the best tradition of space-opera sci-fi. This is a book that will not only interest science fiction fans, but also anyone who loves a great adventure well-told.
The Fifth Iraq by Mazin Zwayne Al Ashraf Book Summary:
The Fifth Iraq documents historical and political events of the past 40 years in an area of Arabia currently called Iraq. There have been four regimes in modern day Iraq. The fifth must be democratic, embrace the history of the region and provide representation for everyone. If successful, it will spread like wildfire throughout the region for dramatic results. Arabian democracy won't look like the United States, but can be very viable. Vast cultural differences between the East and West can be overcome with diplomacy, trust, understanding, communication and most of all patience, and a lasting friendship can develop to change the course of history.