♥ Book Title : The Black Rose
☯ Full Synopsis : "There are moments in time that we all share. Some moments feel like we have already experienced them. Like the French word deja vu. Yet they're not quite like deja vu. But some individuals will truly feel as if there were experiencing a moment, yes a moment that they knew of beforehand. There are those who dream dreams and later in their lives or others. That dream becomes reality. We would address this gift as a premonition. Then there are few, just a few, who believe that they are lucky. They may even feel that their special, unique, and even sometimes bulletproof. In this tale, we have a prophecy. From a man who chose to displace himself from society. To live a simple life. He will relate to is grandson his dreams and visions. His grandson which was his soul relation. Of a set of the events that will change his grandson's way of life as he knew it. Yet his grandson knew deep down in his soul, that this was to be. He will meet not only his friends, but someone who knew they were very unique. His life will become entangled with someone who is cunning, dangerous, and very confident. So confident in fact that they truly believed that they were invincible."Article| Go-Max| Statement ..."
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♥ Book Title : Moving Pictures
☯ Full Synopsis : "Nominated for the 2011 Stumptown Award and Doug Wright Award! "A wonderful, poignant surprise."-- Paul Gravett, author of Graphic Novels: Stories to Change Your Life "Most of the story seems less drawn than peeled and chiseled away from absolute visual and moral darkness... [Moving Pictures] suggests how art can be a lifeline to meaning at a moment when nothing seems possible but betrayal."-- Douglas Wolk, The New York Times "This elegant and evocative historical graphic novel explores the personal relationships involved in protecting internationally recognized works of fine art during the Nazi occupation of Paris ... the storytelling and the characters are as sober as the crisp, heavy black-and-white of its images ... Deftly told, the whole story resonates long after its appropriately ambiguous final pages."-- Booklist (starred review) "Subtle [and] mature ... the Immonens keep the story spare and focused to allow the ambiguity of survival itself to become the drama."-- Publishers Weekly (starred review) "An engaging story that comments on art and value, decency and free will, and what it means to follow your convictions."-- Torontoist "A multifaceted story full of difficult storytelling and ambiguous morality... illustrative of what a major writing talent Kathryn Immonen really is. Husband Stuart's work is equally excellent, closed and evocative with skillful use of light and shadow."-- The AV Club "A sparse, bleak experience that moves with slow, deliberate steps through a world of deep, ambiguous shadow."-- Comics Alliance "Moving and atmospheric... The striking black and white artwork is suitably stark and moody and matched for impact by the brisk, loaded dialogue, lending the characters a life-like depth and immediacy."-- Christian Kerr, BlogCritics Top Shelf is proud to welcome Kathryn & Stuart Immonen (Ultimate Spider-Man, Nextwave, Patsy Walker: Hellcat, Never as Bad as You Think) to the Top Shelf family with this thrilling, intimate tale of love, war, and art. Moving Pictures is the story of the awkward and dangerous relationship between curator Ila Gardner and officer Rolf Hauptmann, as they are forced by circumstances to play out their private lives in a public power struggle. The narrative unfolds along two timelines which collide with the revelation of a terrible secret, an enigmatic decision that not many would make, and the realization that sometimes the only choice left is the refusal to choose. In a recent interview at comicbookresources.com, Kathryn explained that "The history is just a backdrop to tell a messed-up love story that's about how we assign value to things and people, how we behave when not everyone is playing by the same rules"and "in the end, maybe it's all about the fundamentally perverse nature of desire, about not being to help wanting what you want even if you don't know why. And how, from the outside, we really don't know anything about someone else's intimacies.""Article| Kathryn Immonen, Stuart Immonen| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Surviving Dreaded Conversations: How to Talk Through Any Difficult Situation at Work
☯ Full Synopsis : "The essential guide for managers and professionals dealing with difficult workplace conversations Surviving Dreaded Conversations gives managers all they need to get through those difficult, face-to-face conversations we all encounter in our office. Whether it’s firing an employee, asking for a raise or delivering bad financial news to a client or staff, expert author Donna Flagg shows readers how to stop putting off these uncomfortable conversations and start successfully facing them head-on. Filled with tips, strategies, exercises, and easy-to-memorize scripts for effective preparation, Surviving Dreaded Conversations is packed with practical advice to help professionals get through the rough spots in the workplace."Article| Donna Flagg| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Rise of the Prophet
☯ Full Synopsis : "In the past, a meteor struck the planet with such devastation that it wiped out the dinosaurs. In the present another one strikes the planet with such ferocity that it nearly wipes out the human race. From the ashes of the terrible destruction comes man, ready to rediscover himself. Religion reemerges as it is reinvented. For one group of people, finding the ancient propaganda of a hateful man, their religion becomes a prejudicial driving force to commit genocide on a neighboring, peaceful people. One man, even more twisted than his religion, pushes the Aryans onto a destructive path that turns their talk and ideology into action and blood. As a new, yet timeless evil is born, so is man taken back to a simpler time of agriculture without the interference of contemporary technology. The Lakemen are happy to just work and exist, love and prosper. The third group of people sharing the adjacent lands is the Krossians. Little is known about them other than they are traders and are in touch with other people not inhabiting the valley. They are a secretive and mysterious group and they may be the only hope for the Lakemen as the imminent threat of the Aryans draws near. Josiah has a gift: He can see visions of what will be. While the future prophet is living amongst the Lakemen, his betrothed goes missing. Matters only worsen when Josiah's people capture Hister, a strangely maniacal and hateful zealot, who wants to see the end of Josiah's tribe. Can Josiah interpret his visions in time to save his people? Bear witness to the beginning of Josiah's journey and learn the fate of his people. Rise of the Prophet: Another Final Solution combines past and present in a horrific look at what man is capable of, of what severe beliefs can construct, and of a dismal future that only a complete lack of respect for differences and individuality can produce. An ode to an underestimated and brilliant creative force and a remembrance of something tragically lost, Prophet epitomizes fanatical beliefs and follows an all-too-familiar look at what can happen when ignorance and hatred use religion as a tool for destruction."Article| Gawain Gnosta| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Meta Secret
☯ Full Synopsis : "This book explains the Seven Hermetic Laws, the Law of Corrospondence, the Law of Mentalism, the law of Polarity, the Law of Cause and Effect, the Law of Gender, the Law of Vibration, and the Law of Rhythm and how they combine in different degrees to create the Law of Attraction."Article| Mel Gill| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Media Law and Human Rights
☯ Full Synopsis : "Blackstones Human Rights Series provides an in-detail and in-depth analysis on the Human Rights Act 1998 on a subject-by-subject basis. The series has been edited by John Wadham, solicitor, Director of Liberty and a member of the Governments Human Rights Task Force. Media Law and Human Rights provides a comprehensive guide to the Strasbourg case law as it affects the media and examines how the UK courts have grappled with the concepts developed by the European Court. It considers the potential for further influence and looks at the special provisions in the Human Rights Act for the media. A detailed review of the ECHR case law on defamation and its possible impact on the development of domestic libel law is included. Recent case law on public interest reporting, including Bergens Tidende v Norway in the European Court and the House of Lords' decision in Turkington v Times Newspapers Ltd is also covered. The consequences of the Political Parties, Elections and Referendum Act 2000 for media coverage of election campaigns are considered and the Article 6 fair hearing principles most relevant to media regulators are summarised."Article| Andrew G. L. Nicol, Gavin Millar, Andrew Sharland| Statement ..."