Interesting to hear Gaiman talk about how he thinks books are special -- I'm a big collector and a moderately big Gaiman fan and agree with many of his points, but I can't think of a living author who churns out more "special" editions than he does. Absolute Sandman, Sandman Omnibus, Annotated Sandman, the plethora of pseudo-limited editions of The Ocean at the End of the Lane that came out last year... what about the new slipcased signed edition of Coraline that came out recently in the UK? How's that Subterranean Press edition looking now? And Stardust? The Charles Vess versions have had multiple "limited" iterations as well as the "novel" version "for adults". I understand much of this must come from distribution regions and is dictated by his publishers, but he's still signing thousands of books a year for these "limited" runs that seem to be trumped by a better looking, better made version later on, most of which get primarily sold on these online markets. Very curious.
Here's a signed Coraline if anyone's interested.
The NZ All Blacks Rugby Team also do that, they don't have cleaners, they clean up and mop their sheds, win or lose, its part of the change of culture about taking responsibility for EVERYTHING to do with their game. They are "almost" unbeatable ( Australia won one recently but then got violated in the return game ) .. Maybe Barnet read their book and decided it might work for them too ...http://www.bookdepository.com/Legacy-15-Lessons-Leadership-James-Kerr/9781472103536
Booko. Go there now.
You'll find that Bookdepository will most often be your best bet. Free shipping and the people are nice when something goes missing (they sent me a book for free).
Ok, so when you sign up there's the option "I want to ship internationally and know it can be expensive". Take note people: The Book Depository ships to most countries for free.
"she felt she had the right as an individual to make a choice about how she lived or died."
This is the key part of the euthanasia and the drug debate. Let people make their own decisions.
Portugal shows us that allowing personal choice doesn't result in the sudden uptake of drug use. People aren't stupid, people will use drugs or commit suicide. They shouldn't have to hide these things
Currently the drug debate is hijacked by Peter Dunne and his little pet project.
edit: I highly recommend David Nutt's book "Drugs Without the Hot Air" This is a person qualified to speak on the topic and he does so in a vary rational and evidence based way. http://www.bookdepository.com/Drugs-Without-Hot-Air-David-Nutt/9781906860165
Does it have to be a body thing? Because mine is Book Depository. They're usually cheaper, they have no shipping costs and they ship almost anywhere in the world. I don't buy books anywhere else.
>banksy´s book "wall and peace"
It's actually Wall and Piece.
edit I just bought it by the way, and the hardcover is actually 30 % off and slightly cheaper than the paperback on bookdepository — it's only €17 ($24.8) including shipping worldwide.
I agree, I've bought loads of books from them recently. It should be mentioned that they have 10% off of everything during may.
They also have a fun thing on their website: live tracking!
Uzumaki and Gyo both have hard cover editions which bring all the volumes together into single books. He recently came back from hiatus (at least in terms of english releases) and released a 200 page collection of shorts called Fragments of Horror.
Also this is about to release :P Can't wait for my copy to arrive!
Start with Uzumaki and Gyo as they are both totally mind bending and fun rides.
> I don't think there any stores that does free shipping without some minimum purchase price or membership.
Online retailers that offer free shipping and free returns?
EDIT: The correct adress for Mr Porter is www.mrporter.com. East Dane and certainly others are missing. And these are all for clothing, shoes, ... Do you want books? Book Depository.
Fuck off, deal with the fact that we have access to the rest of the world. International retailers aren't going to bother paying GST, they just won't sell to us. Or people will have goods forwarded via a country without GST. And at $25, 70% of books will still be under the threshold.
There's a bit more than a 15% difference in prices, too.
Book Depository, $12.61
"humans of new york" are not even product design..
why do you compare street photography/ low art with branded product design books? not even the same category..
Yes, certainly, though the surviving remains aren't nearly as substantial as the other examples you mention, and they're much more fragmentary. Here's a good anthology.
The most substantial ones, and probably the most interesting, are the Hurro-Hittite "Kumarbi cycle" and "song of Ullikummi", both of which give Hittite renderings of Hurrian versions of the succession myth -- one primordial god is usurped by another, who in turn is usurped by the god who is now ruler of the universe -- which can be seen in some other mythologies in the Near East and Greece, especially the Babylonian Enuma elish. The other really important one -- though again, it doesn't survive intact enough to appreciate it fully -- is the "song of release", a Hittite epic based on a Hurrian story, where both mortals and gods play a role in a way comparable to the Iliad, and which revolves around the destruction of the city of Ebla in Syria.
All the relevant source materials are given in the book linked in my first paragraph. The interpretation of Hurrian is still a work in progress, so bear that in mind when trying to read these rather esoteric texts.
Off to Godzilla tonight which looks like it will be a lot of fun so can not wait for that.
Other than that not a lot has been happening this week I've been learning my parents business in my free time as it looks like I'm going to take over the office side of things which will be interesting not something I ever saw my self doing but learning the software has been fun so I will see it goes.
In collection news I was able to track down a copy of Aquaman Vol 1 Hard Cover new from book depository it only cost 25 bucks to so it will be great when that turns up in three weeks.
I have finally finished my Blu Ray collection for DC animated movies collection link and I'm of to a great start on my Green Lantern collection is of to a great start so that's my life in a nut shell how has your week been?
In the UK I'm on an A level AQA course, the textbook is a Hodder Education publication. Front cover has a painting of Lenin on the cover.
Edit: this one
From the SOI art book description found here it says:
> "...for the nightmare they will uncover is a threat to the whole Multiverse."
Which isn't confirmation of anything, but certainly hints at threat that can travel between worlds. There aren't many of these threats out there other than Emrakul.
Sometimes I think I must be the only person on reddit who doesn't get a stiffy for Ender's Game. Quite frankly, I didn't like it.
Two books that I put off reading for a long time, both of which I have really enjoyed are The Count of Monte Cristo and Wolf Hall.
Wolf Hall is quite a recent novel (having won the Booker Prize last year), so I haven't really been putting it off "forever", but it's been sitting on my bookshelf for quite some time.
It is quite a remarkable book; definintely one of the best I have ever read.
One Hundred Years of Solitude is also wonderful.
If you suffer from anxiety, it's not as easy as saying "fuck it" and it's gone. You will need guidance to overcome it properly.
I'd suggest you start by getting a book on the topic. I've read through How to Deal with Anxiety and it was a great help.
It will give you techniques needed to beat the worry. The best thing I got from the book was understanding all the different forms of worry and the reasons why we worry. It's a relief knowing it's a common disorder and there are many ways to overcome it. You won't be trapped with an anxiety ridden mind forever.
How long until you go? Get it sorted now and you'll thank yourself later.
The whole thing about not eating organ meat's just a super-ingrained modern Western cultural issue. If you have a 1960s Edmonds NZ cookbook collecting dust somewhere give it a look- plenty of recipes for brains and tongues back when it wasn't quite as strongly taboo.
Edit: If you want a really good writeup on organ meat and why people get so weird about it, I thoroughly recommend reading Gulp by Mary Roach as there's a great chapter breaking it down.
> O islão existe há milhares de anos.
1.4 milhares apenas. A corrente do islão do daesh não é propriamente nova. Eles são salafistas, que é uma "versão" moderna do wahabismo que, por sua vez, surgiu há cerca de 300 anos e que é a corrente do islão seguida, por exemplo, na arábia saudita, esses aliados do tio sam.
Para quem se interessa sobre estas coisas, recomendo um livro bem catita: http://www.bookdepository.com/Destiny-Disrupted-Tamim-Ansary/9781586488130
It was Configuring Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure : MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-642) By Tony Northrup and J. C. Mackin.
Or any other major book reseller or shops specializing selling manga/anime.
The anime adapted volume 1-5 excluding volume 4, I personally recommend reading from the beginning.
Thought about pre-ordering and something is... fishy. Can you tell me why is there such a price difference between this version and this one? Both are Hardback
What you really need is to watch the Guild Wars 1 playthough from Wooden Potatoes. Prophecies > Factions > Nightfall > Eye Of The North > War In Kryta > Hearts of The North > Winds of Change.
Trust me, this will take A LOT of time. Think of it as the longest series you'll watch. Wooden Potatoes is a great storyteller and he'll teach you every - single - bit of the story.
Then there's Deroir, he's pretty good too but he lacks certain qualities (when talking) and sometimes makes dialogue really cringy. His series, Tyrian Characterology will take you through the entire Season 1 and Season 2 of living story and you'll get to know the characters and their connections really well. It's a great story, damn.
Get the books as well.
^ Free shipping and some are on sale.
The first 4 chapters have been legally translated for free as a teaser at Otaku Mode. The actually series itself has been licensed by Vertically who will be releasing the first volume in October.
All currently released ToraDora volumes are released in English by Seven Seas and the next volume is planned for release as well.
Take Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou instead as we will get ToraDora translated anyways.
I have literally never been so quick to order something online before. Going to wrap it up and give it to my boyfriend for Christmas (he fancies himself as a bit of a Bob Belcher).
It's on sale at book depository at the moment
You can find them all at bookdepository.com, but they also have them on amazon and wordery etc. Once you have the ISBN# search around for the best deals :)
I'll recommend what I can since nobody else has commented. I'm not really familiar with Volvo so I'll keep it generic.
Get yourself a factory service manual and get acquainted with it. Do your next oil change. Then do a tune-up, you'll familiarize yourself with some basics that'll come in handy later on. Plus you'll get a taste of wrenching and see how you like it. If you can't already pop the hood and name everything that you see you should spend some time with the manual to learn what you're dealing with.
Look at the different models of the 940 that came out. What engine and transmission options were there? Would your car benefit from some upgrades off a donor car?
Find some forums. Chances are that somebody has done a write-up on how to modify your car. Maybe they dropped a V8 in it, maybe they threw a turbo on the stock motor. See what information is out there and see if you have the means to make something work.
Also important: Tools are expensive. If you decide to start modifying your car yourself you'll need tools, a place to store them, and a place to work on your car. People talk down on Harbor Freight tools but they're cheap and you can get the job done with them. I'd recommend starting with cheap tools and If you stick with the hobby start upgrading whatever breaks(ratchets) or gets lost(sockets) with better quality tools. Maybe you have a friend who is into cars and has tools, it's cheaper to buy that guy beer than to buy tools.
Hopefully that'll get you started. If you find a good online resource research the fuck out of it.
The U.S. based covers of the novels are pretty horrid :p
Here's a good site that has the UK covers. They're beautiful. Books are cheap and it's free shipping worldwide.
For those who aren't in the US, you can also nab this set over on Book Depository here. They have free worldwide shipping as long as you don't mind waiting a bit for the delivery :) I have this set and love it!
The solution is really quite simple. Use bookdepository.com (free shipping worldwide). It's slower than Amazon, but they also have built-in Google Book Previews, so you can virtually flip through any of the books Google has in its ebook library.
ALL CANADIANS MUST KNOW THIS TIP
Book Depository doesn't stock everything, but what they do have is the cheapest I've seen for Canadians. Did I mention they have free shipping?
(Only click if you're willing to wait 2-3 weeks for shipping)
Book Depository has alarge selection of Spanish manga and with their free shipping perhaps you could save some when shipping to your P.O box.
> Adventure with a female protagonist
Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind. It comes with a beautiful box set as well.
> Mystery series
Anything by Naoki Urasawa. Monster is currently being reprinted and is a good starting point. There's nine of them and 6 is currently out.
Free delivery worldwide. Asta si ebay.co.uk charity shops. Asa mi-a cresc biblioteca de acasa cu vreo 2-300 de carti in ultimii doi ani
I agree with you. A poster is really a very, very small gift. Almost laughable.
But it's value is larger than zero.
So where do you draw the line? What gifts are OK and which ones are not? You talk about "normal human interaction" but that's exactly what PR and marketing abuses, for example the feelings of gratitude, of commitment, peer pressure etc.
There is a very interesting book called Influence by R. Cialdini that deals with exactly this.
Conspiracy theorist promotes conspiracy theories. More at 11.
I just bought this and began reading the stories in order. This is quite cheap for its size and quality: http://www.bookdepository.com/Necronomicon-H-P-Lovecraft/9780575081567?b=-3&t=-20#Fulldescription-20
Better World Books and BookDepository do this too. I think I've seen other websites do it as well but those are the only two whose names I remember.
Have you checked out the British versions?
Eu compro todas as minhas BDs no BookDepository, o preço é mais baixo que a maior parte dos outros sites.
Dito isto, eu só compro BDs em Inglês, se estiveres à procura em Português sei que existem algumas lojas em Lisboa e arredores mas nunca comprei em nenhuma por isso não te consigo dar feedback.
Book Depository, they have free worldwide shipping as well which includes Hong Kong.
$96 AUD free shipping to Australia for core, comes from UK in 5-8 days. They have wave 1 as well.
The prices constantly go up and down though I don't know what their price algorithm is but for example I have seen Battlestar Galactica board game go as low as $58 then go up to $98 in one week then to $65 the next so wait till prices go down (most the big box games reach lows of like ~$60, and $96 is as good as it gets for Armada). I think they match the sales of other sites but it is the best place to get stuff when it hits the low due to free shipping. They only mostly sell Fantasy Flight games and you have to use the search function to find stuff as it is a book store with no menu for games.
They had a 10% off entire order promotion that runs sometimes, I ordered the core + wave 1 with it, they are reliable and fast.
You and me buddy!!
Documentaries made by Chris Fallows are generally pretty good.
The book 'Sharks of the World' by Leonard Compagno, Marc Dando and Sarah Fowler is a fantastic guide book and will have anything and everything you want to know about sharks http://www.bookdepository.com/Sharks-World-Leonard-Compagno/9780691120720.
http://www.bookdepository.com - FREE shipping worldwide!
http://www.booktopia.com.au - when I have free shipping codes I use these guys. Really good when I don't want to wait more than two days to get books.
There are a few $5 - $10 bookstores in my area (South Coast NSW) and you can find awesome things there like this there.
Still available and on sale!
They are a beautiful soft leatherette! They have the illustrations and maps in them as well!
For Index it's better to read the LN unless you want pretty art for the same content the anime covered. Baka-Tsuki is the go to place for LNs.
For Railgun the paperback is out in English and all volumes published in Japanese is also published in English.
You can get it here for $12 with free shipping, and yes, it is worth a read.
One of my favourite mini-series from the last year.
You seem to have a very misguided view of human sexuality. On the subject of human sexuality, to build your argument on personal opinion rather than science is just as ridiculous and irrelevant as the uninformed arguments put forward by religion. Here are a couple of books I suggest you read -
Gay, Straight, and the Reason Why: The Science of Sexual Orientation By Simon Levay,
and The Science of Desire: Search for the Gay Gene and the Biology of Behaviour By Dean H. Hamer, and Peter Copeland.
http://www.bookdepository.com/ has free worldwide shipping, so I sent a book, and a Humble Indie Humble that was active during christmas.
If your giftee likes videogames you might want to consider waiting for the Steam Summer Sale which should start in a couple of weeks. Games are 50-75% (sometimes even more) cheaper, and you can send them trough Steam or e-mail.
I have no idea what those are, most of us here have read the online translations.
Look abit further down in the Reddit for links.
And please consider trying to support the Author of this series if you like these books/stories.
We want this awesomeness to continue for as long as possible.
Have you heard of our lord and savior SAO Progressive? (sorry for the BD link, I can't find any better)
It's a retelling of Aincrad from floor 1 up, floor by floor until some day we reach floor 75.
I got a set from Book depository for about $12 last month. They are out of stock now and shipping is a bit slow but if you aren't in a hurry maybe keep an eye on them:
The classic introduction (that I know of, in American liberal arts colleges) and probably the most cited, is the Marx-Engels reader. Find a friend who'll buy it for you from bookdepository. In particular read the Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts of 1844, and if you don't have patience for the whole lot, just Alienated Labour (or Estranged Labour, depending on the translation-- it's short enough to read online if you're desperate enough). Then Communist Manifesto but even that is too heavy on rhetoric and ideology and too low on fleshed out arguments. If you're just dipping your toes, Das Kapital is too technical and worthless without some kind of commentary on how lots of Marxist economics (especially the labour theory of value) is intellectually bunk.
Then go read Berman's The Primacy of Politics, which is much more relevant, historical, and interesting imho. Deals with the development of political Marxism and the left post-Marx, eventually into social democracy.
EDIT: forgot to recommend Social Democracy in the Global Periphery as well.
Which aisle were you looking in?last time I was in Kino there was a search kiosk.
If you're fine with getting it online, here's a Book Depository link
Don't have to leave your house to search and free shipping!
Was it "The Red Balloon" by Anthony Clark?
It's based on a 1956 film by by Albert Lamorisse:
(/twibeam) This book is ridiculous. First off, it's ridiculously expensive - $18.60 for 5 pop ups means each pop-up costs $3.60. And this, for a "children's book" no less. But it is also ridiculously detailed - each castle is drawn in watercolor, with a palette that makes the colors pop without being overwhelming. Unlike other official merchandise you won't find any clip art here - everything has been drawn especially for this book.
There are little touches everywhere - ponies hiding behind pillars, and every surface both back and front has been drawn from scratch, not just by mirroring the front, but actually depicting the insides of the castle as they would appear on the show. The back of the castles are often more detailed then the front, which is great if you want to suss out the little details in each of the castles.
The papercraft itself is ridiculous. The book is deceptively small, but as you can see from the images the tallest castle extends far taller than what you'd imagine possible with paper alone.
If there is one complaint it's that other than the paper stand-ins of the four Princesses (and Spike!), there aren't anything in the book that's interactive, like pull-tabs and flaps. But that's a minor complaint, considering how big the castles are.
Final verdict: Expensive? Most certainly. But you do get what you pay for, and in this case the book is spectacular. A tad expensive compared to most merchandise, but it does make for a great gift in the under $20 range.
You can get it on Amazon or bookdepository.com for those outside of where Amazon delivers to.
I am keen on getting the book. Any idea if the 2015 version is the same as the 2014?
2015 : http://www.bookdepository.com/Martian-Andy-Weir/9781785031137
Book Depository has an advanced search where you can specify Spanish, is free shipping and really cheap.
Of course it isn't spanish, spanish sites will be more expensive due our high VAT to books. Main spanish sites are Casa del libro and El Corte Inglés and I doubt they have free shipping to Turkey
AUD$17.93 including shipping.
Beat it even!
AUD$16.11 including shipping.
Eu mi le iau numai de aici - http://www.bookdepository.com/ - transport gratis, preturi bune, vin destul de repede :)
Cat despre seriile mari fantasy (gen Malazan sau A Song of Ice and Fire) ia-le in engleza, sunt traduse destul de aiurea din pacate... Singurele traduse frumos si cu pasiune mi s-au parut cartile lui Tolkien.
http://www.bookdepository.com/ bu siteden bir sürü İngilizce kitap almışlığım var. 2-3 haftaya geliyor siparişler. Aradığım kitabı bulamadığım olmadı.
Bazı kitapçılar da eğer istenilen kitap yoksa sipariş kabul ediyor. Ankara'da da vardır illa öyle yerler.
I've asked this before in another Simple Questions but it didn't get answered. Does anyone who bought them both know if this Words of Radiance is 10mm wider than this Way of Kings?
The novel has been officially released in English by YenPress which is why it's been removed everywhere. Here are links for where to buy volume 1. I've purchased it myself and it worth if you can I'd say.
Amazon (Physical and Digital)
Book Depository (Physical)
Volume 2 will be out in April (Look at side bar) and so forth every 4 months.
I don't know about Single Issues but for TPBs:
Free Shipping almost anywhere in the world.
We currently ship to the following countries free of charge:
Skip to "M":
Skip to "S":
However, it does depend on your local taxes and local shippings.
Books are relatively cheaper on Book Depository.
Since I started on Christmas eve, I managed to learn hiragana and katakana. Also I reached level 2 in WaniKani. Yay me! It is so very addictive, I can already see I will have a lot of fun.
Will be continuing on my WaniKani lessons.
Also I decided on Japanese the Manga Way as my textbook for grammar. I just find it easier and more entertaining to learn through actual manga examples.
Though it will probable arrive on week 3 or later.
I'll also add to the great suggestions already given by suggesting Modern Magick by Donald Michael Kraig.
It has its strengths and weaknesses but still worthy as a suggestion.
I would also go with Advance Magick for Beginners by Alan Chapman, and as already mention Liber Null.
I'm going to take a different route from everyone suggesting piracy, and instead suggest that you look here on Amazon or on Book Depository. Alternately, head to your Friendly Local Game Store and see if anyone is currently running a Dark Heresy game that you could possibly sit in on, or join for a few sessions, to see if you like it. I know that it's "cool" to use the internet for piracy and find everything for free, but still... downloading the latest Hollywood movie is one thing, those studios make billions of dollars a year. Gaming companies have much, much smaller profit margins, and I think that piracy does affect them.
Hey, mówisz po Polsku?
I'll write in English because I'm not sure!
www.bookdepository.com is an amazing online bookseller who ships globally for free. The item I think you are after is below. It isn't being released individually until the end of the month but it should cost you only about 8 Euro. There is no image for the product but if you google the ISBN it comes up with the foil edition. Hope this helps! Cheers.
Hijacking your comment to suggest more Portuguese authors.
Vergílio Ferreira's Aparição, of which I can only find Spanish, French or Italian translations. It establishes the author's existencial influences in the main character's musings, as a school teacher just arriving to a small town to begin his career. From the same author, <strong>Manhã Submersa</strong>.
Gonçalo M. Tavares' <strong>O Bairro</strong>. There's also Uma Viagem à Índia, translated also in Spanish and French, it's a mental as well as a physical journey that relates the experiences Bloom has on his way to India and back. This contrasts with the epic form inspired by The Lusiads of Luís de Camões.
For future reference, Book Depository has free worldwide shipping and Better World Books has free international shipping on books they sell themselves. They do sell books from other sellers, so not all of the books on the site are going to fall into the free international shipping category.
My husband had his birthday last month but most of our friends forgot about it. I wanted to give him an extra present, but it wouldn't be the same. He'd feel guilty and responsible I spent more on him. Maybe a random act of kindness could cheer him up.
If you want to help, this is what I think he would love. He cherishes the first art book and we danced to Valka and Stoic's song.
Even if you can't help me, thanks for helping a lot of people already.
It's also in this book: http://www.bookdepository.com/The-Nausica-of-the-Valley-of-the-Wind-Watercolor-Impressions-Hayao-Miyazaki/9781421514994
There are 3 manga, each one with a different artist and covering the first 3 Arcs. There are 9 volumes in Japanese, the only officially translated volume is the first volume. Which you can buy from Amazon ---> Here
The manga still haven't reached that point, since the manga is behind the anime, but its probably in the end of the ninth volume of the light novel.
+1 for kinokuniya (specifically any branch other than bugis, check "store stock status" for avaiability) and bookdepository (though be prepared to wait ~2 weeks for delivery). not sure if it's the edition you want though, since it's from penguin but translated by hollingdale?
Is there a sizable Bosnian community nearby? There might be some children's primers in a bookstore. Otherwise, your best bet is online. I'll try to find one that I had as a kid.
Edit: Couldn't find what I was looking for, bit this looks like a nice start: http://www.bookdepository.com/book/9781494911669?redirected=true&selectCurrency=USD&w=AFCCAU96U77BXZA8Z3SL&gclid=Cj0KEQjwid63BRCswIGqyOubtrUBEiQAvTol0Q8JqKyGc_W3FaJvz192Yrvlvrs7J8iVK7y7kDnGcjgaAmkZ8P8HAQ
Honestly, just trying to have small conversations in Bosnian is where I would start, and maybe some cartoons in Bosnian. IIRC, an old TMNT was dubbed in Bosnian.
I believe that a part of ufo/uso sightings are actually humans in a parrallel universe that have worked out how to visit ours and other parrallel realities and can go back & forth in time, in a controlled manner. I believe they're trying to stop a cataclysmic disaster here in our reality.
There's also an interview with an old USAF air traffic controller who recorded testimony about ufos averting nuclear disasters around the 1960's or 70's or something like that. Really interesting shit.
What got me started but I don't believe it like a bible: http://www.bookdepository.com/book/9780425240113?redirected=true&selectCurrency=AUD&w=AF45AU9SL8Z8N3A8Z39P&gclid=CLHRyIrKqcsCFdcRvQodRZYDmg
I also believe in Bigfoot-esque stuff. I've spent too much time in the bush and seen too much to not believe it.
If you are looking for more adult themed books, the book depository has tons of francais facile series. They are real stories basically trimmed down to different reading levels. Excellent practice. I would say that if you thought Le Petit Prince was difficult, you are probably right at level 2 or 3 in that series (2 is good, 3 would probably push you).
They also do free shipping anywhere in the world, which is pretty nice.
You are best to focus on heart rate. To do this you first need to establish your max heart rate. From this you can create heart rate zones and then you go from there. All instruction you need to train are in this http://www.bookdepository.com/The-Cyclist-s-Training-Bible/9781934030202
Barnes & Nobels
Protip: get the books from The Book Depository. Great prices and worldwide free delivery, I bought all my Witcher books there throughout the years :)
Why not amazon? I get most of my books for £2.81p there.
But http://www.bookdepository.com/ is great aswell and any books I can't find anywhere else I will always find there, with free shipping.
You might also want to keep a physical list of books you want to buy and head to your local charity/thrift shops.
Well, for me, the starting point would be Judith Butler, and her work on gender as performance.
lib.gen collection of her works
Rossi Braidotti, in "A critical cartography of feminist post-postmodernism", raises some alarms about Neo-liberal post-feminist types of discourse regarding modern gender issues - how retrograde capitalist views are trying to appropriate the feminist discourse and struggle. Her analysis of embodied experiences/genealogical consciousness should also be rather relevant for your work.
"A critical cartography of feminist post-postmodernism", by Rossi Braidotti, published in Australian Feminist Studies
In a fashion similar to Braidotti's analysis of appropriation, Natalie Jovanovski speaks very on point about how choice is fetishised nowadays as freedom, and how such a narrow view obscures deep-seated problems of misogyny, hegemonic masculinity, and patriarchal structures.
Freedom Fallacy: The Limits of Liberal Feminism
I hope the materials linked above will prove useful for your work :) Best of luck - and I encourage you to post it here as well!
Martin Flanagan wrote a book about the 1970 grand final where he caught up with players and interviewed them about that match. I know you've asked about the supporters, but if you have an interest in that game then I can't recommend this book highly enough http://www.bookdepository.com/1970-Martin-Flanagan/9781865081878
> Market for that sort of stuff is in my country pretty much non existent and importing would cost me more than the goods itself.
Nope, Book Depository have free shipping and there are no customs when shipping within EU.
> And just like with everything Crunchyroll [isn't] support my region.
But it is
It just seems like the UK publisher (Harper Collins) makes nicer editions than the US publisher (Houghton Mifflin) most of the time. You can also order books from http://amazon.co.uk or http://www.bookdepository.com/ they both ship to the US.
They are all brand new. While they have great prices, their international shipping is really pricey, usually bringing the cost of the book higher than full retail price. I find Book Depository to be a much better option, as they have good prices and free international shipping.
The seminal work on all sorts of English breads is (http://www.bookdepository.com/book/9781906502874?redirected=true&v=A75X6&selectCurrency=AUD&gclid=CjwKEAiAqMajBRCdjejki6yjuDwSJACQeVukzuy2nDkHy5YeRATenVggQaxtReGziJGuZAkfGUS64BoCfxjw_wcB)
She's not a fan of the ENglish muffin, but you need to read the book
Those are the Gollancz collectors' editions. At the moment they only go up to Jingo because they don't own the rights to any books after that. They should cost around £10 - not sure what country you're in, but this site sells them with free worldwide delivery: http://www.bookdepository.com/Mort-Terry-Pratchett/9781473200104
They have also printed a version of Good Omens in this style.
It is a must :)
But like all other frozen merch, it pretty much goes out of stock the min it goes back in stock.
This place ships worldwide and has got it back in stock once it twice, but sells out quickly.
Disney store us had it back in stock for a bit.. So it's possible the uk one might.
I had to scrounge for mine here in Canada. Luckily found a small private book store which had it.
Uh. I don't think they have that BUT I bought my re: zero manga from BookDepository , which is operated by Amazon. The problem is that they don't come with tracking, sadly.
Also from Australia. I will sing the praises of the book depository for all things from LN to manga. Free shipping on all orders and 99% of the time lower prices than other stores.
Subterranean Press is releasing the trilogy in hardback. But the price is more for collectors. According to Robin Hobb herself there has never been a matching set of hardbacks until these editions.
Personally I have the 20th anniversary edition of Assassin's Apprentice, but I don't know that there are any plans to release the other two books in the trilogy as anniversary editions.
This is always my recommendation for people. The Book Depository is a great website for buying books with free shipping worldwide. I very much love this site.
Fellow german here.
Just use amazon or bookdepository to order them online. Bookdepository ships worldwide (for free).
If you can't find the english manga you want on the german amazon (which is unlikely as they really do have almost everything), then try amazon UK, after that american amazon. Maybe even japanese amazon. Keep in mind that the shipping costs will increase though. You could also try ebay or similar sites.