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Marion was excited to back pack on the Pacific Crest Trail as she needed to feel one with nature and forget her troubles for a while. She is determined to get out in nature and hike alone, but that is changed quickly when she meets two other backpackers that are the hottest guys she has ever seen. Trevor and Danny are experts on the trail and they show Marion they favorite secret spots while she lets them explore her secret spots. It is unlike anything Marion has ever allowed herself to do, but what better place to explore her wild abandon than being out in the wild among nature with two guys that end up saving her in more ways than one.
Landscape And Travelling East And West
Philosophical reflections on journeys and crossings, homes and habitats, have appeared in all major East Asian and Western philosophies. Landscape and travelling first emerged as a key issue in ancient Chinese philosophy, quickly becoming a core concern of Daoism and Confucianism. Yet despite the eminence of such reflections, Landscape and Travelling East and West: A Philosophical Journey is the first academic study to explore these philosophical themes in detail.
Individual case studies from esteemed experts consider how philosophical thought about places and journeys have inspired and shaped major intellectual and cultural traditions; how such notions concretely manifested themselves in Chinese art, particularly in the genres of landscape painting and garden architecture. The studies present a philosophical dialogue between Confucianism and Daoism on issues of social space and belonging and include discussion on travel and landscape in Buddhism as well as Japanese and Tibetan contexts.
Approaching the topic from an inter-cultural perspectives, particularly East Asian philosophies, and using these to enrich contemporary reflections on space, the environment, and traversing, this unique collection adds an important voice to present philosophical, political, and cultural discourses.
Time Travelling With A Hamster
â€œMy dad died twice. Once when he was thirty nine and again four years later when he was twelve. The first time had nothing to do with me. The second time definitely did, but I would never even have been there if it hadnâ€™t been for his â€˜time machineâ€™â€¦â€
When Al Chaudhury discovers his late dadâ€™s time machine, he finds that going back to the 1980s requires daring and imagination. It also requires lies, theft, burglary, and setting his school on fire. All without losing his pet hamster, Alan Shearerâ€¦
About the Author
Ross Welford was a journalist and television producer before becoming a full-time writer. He lives in London with his wife, children, a border collie and several tropical fish. This is his first novel.
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