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Dragonvein Book Four

Author : Brian D. Anderson
ISBN : 153461060X
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The Eternal Emperor Shinzan continues to gather his strength. And the power he will unleash is beyond the imaginings of the spirits themselves. No army can stand against him. There is only one who can give Lumnia the freedom she has craved for so long. Only one who can save the world from being consumed by the Emperor's evil. But will it be Ethan who faces him? Or will it be Martok?


Author : Brian D. Anderson
ISBN : 0692795723
Genre : Fiction
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The Scepter of Xarbaal - Its unspeakable power is capable of shattering the very foundation of the world. Created in the pits of hell by the ancient gods, mortal hands were never meant to wield it. To do so brings certain madness and death. Yet King Zemel the Conqueror, ruler of Acharia, has used it to set the lands ablaze - plunging his nation into war. But before his conquest can be realized, the Scepter is stolen and spirited away by his most trusted servants. Finally, after years of searching, the king has found a way to regain what he has lost. And only one man can accomplish this task. Akiri. Commander of the Dul' Buhar - the deadliest of warriors, imbued with extraordinary abilities through the dark magic of the king. With his mind as sharp as his blade, he is the mightiest of his lethal order. Through an unbending will and relentless determination, he has never tasted defeat. But it will take more than strength if he is to survive the trials ahead. And not even the gods can fathom the destiny set before him. Akiri's epic quest combines the fast-paced adventure of R.E. Howard's classic Conan tales with a modern sensibility. High-octane, blood-soaked action, with pulse-pounding adventure marks the first novel in Akiri's world.

The Godling Chronicles

Author : Brian D. Anderson
ISBN : 0615903851
Genre : Elves
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The time has come for the world to see the true power of the Reborn King. His vast armies march, bringing death and devastation to all who would dare oppose him. But hope will endure if the bonds of friendship, both old and new, remain strong. Gewey, split between the man he wants to be and the god he must become, will test his very soul in order to fulfill his destiny. And only through his love for Kaylia can he hold on to his humanity.

How To Build A Dungeon Book Of The Demon King

Author : Yakan Warau
ISBN : 1626923892
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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An all-new manga series about dungeons, succubi and black magic! How to Build a Dungeon: Book of the Demon King is a mature, dark fantasy series about one man's thirst for power and ambition to create the ultimate dungeon. Each volume will include a full-color insert. At the end of his life, after decades of painstaking research, Aur has finally achieved his dream of ascending to the role of Demon King. Using his newfound abilities, he summons an alluring succubus known as Lilu to serve him, and immediately begins the task of creating a dungeon--an underground kingdom in his own vision, filled with all manner of fantastical creatures. As he weaves the intricate and dangerous world of his dungeon, he'll learn what it takes to become a true Demon King, with all the troubles, trials, and titillation that come with it. And his enemies will cower in fear!

The Godling Chronicles

Author : Brian D. Anderson
ISBN : 061577072X
Genre : Elves
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Valshara has fallen, and the forces of Angraal are advancing. For the first time, human and elf must shed blood as one, in order to stem the tide of evil. But new hope has arisen. From across the Western Abyss, a people long forgotten have returned. However, hope comes at its own price. Gewey must choose between his bond of love, and his duty to the world he is struggling to save.

Chinese Environmental Aesthetics

Author : Gerald Cipriani
ISBN : 9781317496526
Genre : Social Science
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China is currently afflicted by enormous environmental problems. This book, drawing on ancient and modern Chinese environmental thinking, considers what it is that makes an environment a desirable place for living. The book emphasises ideas of beauty, and discusses how these ideas can be applied in natural, agricultural and urban environments in order to produce desirable environments. The book argues that environment is both a product of nature and of human beings, and as such is potentially alterable by culture. The book explores the three aspects of environmental beauty whereby such alteration might be beneficially made: integrated and holistic; ecological and man-made; and authentic and everyday. This book addresses environmental issues by distinctively suggesting that an aesthetic approach inspired from ancient Chinese tradition could help us overcome the many problems that human beings have created at local and global levels. Although its main focus is the traditional and current contexts of the People’s Republic of China, the book transcends national borders. A typical example is the ancient Chinese thought system and cultural practice of Feng Shui (風水) that sought to negotiate how the natural environment and human constructions can cohabit without destructing each other. The author evokes that sought-after harmony through the powerful image of gardens of life whose environmental beauty can be found in traditional Chinese gardens and palaces as well as historically and culturally preserved cities.

Rethinking Visual Narratives From Asia

Author : Alexandra Green
ISBN : 9789888139101
Genre : Art
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Rethinking Visual Narratives covers topics from the first millennium B.C.E. through the present day, testifying to the enduring significance of visual stories in shaping and affirming cultural practices in Asia. Contributors analyze how visual narratives function in different Asian cultures and reveal the multiplicity of ways that images can be narrated beyond temporal progression through a particular space. The study of local art forms advances our knowledge of regional iterations and theoretical boundaries, illustrating the enduring importance of pictorial stories to the cultural traditions of Asia. Contributors include Dominik Bonatz (Archaeologist Free University of Berlin), Sandra Cate (San Jose State University), Yonca Kösebay Erkan (Kadir Has University), Charlotte Galloway (Australian National University), Mary Beth Heston (College of Charleston), Yeewan Koon (The University of Hong Kong), Sonya S. Lee (University of Southern California), Leedom Lefferts (Drew University), Dore J. Levy (Brown University), Shane McCausland (School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London), Julia K. Murray (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Catherine Stuer (Denison University), Greg M. Thomas (The University of Hong Kong), Sarah E. Thompson (Rochester Institute of Technology), and Mary-Louise Totton (Western Michigan University).

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