Escape the Maze
Title Escape the Maze PDF eBook
Author T Mertz
Pages 156
Release 2021-01-10

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Escape the factors bringing you down.Find relief in finding a clean, clear route in life. Rise above the masses whom are held captive.Find your Eternal Bliss.

The Fall Line: America's Rise to Ski Racing's Summit
Title The Fall Line: America's Rise to Ski Racing's Summit PDF eBook
Author Nathaniel Vinton
Publisher W. W. Norton & Company
Pages 384
Release 2015-02-02
Genre Sports & Recreation
ISBN 0393244784

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“Great sports writing. . . . [Vinton] is taking us inside a world few ever visit.”—James Hill, Washington Post Harnessing nature’s most powerful forces, elite downhillers descend icy, rugged slopes at speeds cresting 90 miles per hour. For decades, American skiers struggled to match their European counterparts, and until this century the US Ski Team could not claim a lasting foothold on the roof of the Alps, where the sport’s legends are born. Then came a fledgling class of American racers that disrupted the Alpine racing world order. Led by Bode Miller and Lindsey Vonn, Julia Mancuso and Ted Ligety, this band of iconoclasts made a place for their country on some of the world’s most prestigious race courses. Even as new technology amplified the sport’s inherent danger, the US Ski Team learned how to win, and they changed downhill racing forever. The Fall Line is the story of how it all came together, a deeply reported reconstruction of ski racing’s most dramatic season. Drawing on more than a decade of research and candid interviews with some of the sport’s most elusive figures, award-winning journalist Nathaniel Vinton reveals the untold story of how skiers like Vonn and Miller, and their peers and rivals, fought for supremacy at the Olympic Winter Games. Here is an authoritative portrait of a group of men and women taking mortal risks in a bid for sporting glory. A white-knuckled tour through skiing’s deep traditions and least-accessible locales, The Fall Line opens up the sexy, high-stakes world of downhill skiing—its career-ending crashes, million-dollar sponsorship deals, international intrigue, and showdowns with nature itself. With views from the starting gate, the finish line, and treacherous turns in between, The Fall Line delivers the adrenaline of one of the world’s most beautiful and perilous sports alongside a panoramic view of skiing’s past, present, and future.

Title Solariad PDF eBook
Author Surazeus Astarius
Pages 482
Release 2017-10-15
Genre Poetry
ISBN 1387297333

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Solariad of Surazeus - Guidance of Solaria presents 114,920 lines of verse in 1,660 poems, lyrics, ballads, sonnets, dramatic monologues, eulogies, hymns, and epigrams written by Surazeus 2006 to 2011.

Born to Be Wild
Title Born to Be Wild PDF eBook
Author Hattie Garlick
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Pages 256
Release 2016-06-02
Genre Crafts & Hobbies
ISBN 1472915348

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Want to save cash, your child's imagination and possibly even the planet? This is the book you need. Packed with great photos of real families in the outdoors, Born to Be Wild contains easy-to-follow instructions for activities that require nothing more sophisticated than a small person's imagination and access to a little outdoor space. Nature lays on magical materials for free each season, from fallen leaves and twigs, moulted feathers, sand and shells, to mud, puddles and rain. Everything else you'll need for these activities is already hiding in your cupboards at home. No expensive art supplies of outward-bound kit required. All you need are the toolkit items at the front of the book - ordinary household essentials like scraps of paper, string, glue, recycled food containers and an empty jar or two. Along the way Hattie talks to families, organisations and communities who have rebuilt their relationships with nature with extreme or inspiring results, and she introduces scientists, psychologists and other experts who explain why, as modern families, we should revive our waning relationships with nature, whatever age or stage we're at.

What it Tastes Like to be Sane
Title What it Tastes Like to be Sane PDF eBook
Author Sean Ahern
Pages 160
Release 2011
ISBN 1257830945

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Everyday, Ordinary, Insane Life
Title Everyday, Ordinary, Insane Life PDF eBook
Author Jimmy Jabroni
Pages 187
Release 2006-05
Genre Self-Help
ISBN 1411694082

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If you feel stressed out or depressed, then you have a lot in common with the author, Jimmy Jabroni. But how do ordinary people deal with the stress, the sadness and the disappointments of everyday life? That's right. They go to Las Vegas and fornicate. However, for those of us who hate to fly, we cope by venting about our problems which distress us to our friends. Unfortunately, Mr. Jabroni has no friends. Fortunately, Mr. Jabroni is a brilliant humorist and a master of satire & sarcasm, so he can release his pent up frustrations through his sobering humor. And you will be thoroughly entertained as you read this jabroni's hilarious personal experiences with dating, relationships, working, sex, being single, depression and other problems. Every paragraph of this book is bound to provoke fits of laughter. And you will continue laughing as the author examines with even more comical genius the big philosophical quandaries which torment him, such as the meaning of life, death, happiness, truth and more.

Pearson's Magazine
Title Pearson's Magazine PDF eBook
Pages 752
Release 1902
Genre English fiction

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