... offends the Summer Queen.” Her hands tightened against each other in her lap
, each finger tipped with a wickedsharp crimson nail. “Kill him, and bring
Unwinter's Horn to me.” introducing If you enjoyed ROADSIDE MAGIC look out
Author: Lilith Saintcrow
Publisher: Hachette UK
The Seelie and Unseelie Courts are both in plague-ravaged tatters. The Wild Hunt roams unchecked, taking who and what it will, and the walls between the human world and the world of the sidhe are thinning rapidly. Jeremy Gallow is the only hope of human and sidhe both. But all Gallow wants to do is find Robin Ragged . . . and survive. Unfortunately, everyone who meets him has other plans. Including the Ragged, who is fleeing for her life - and the King of Unwinter, whose poisoned blade has cut deep into Jeremy's flesh . . .
Roadside Entertainers Tourists visiting India or some Middle Eastern countries
will have seen magic men , sometimes called ' Gully - Gully Men ' , squatting
beside the road demonstrating their skills in return for coins thrown down . Such a
Author: John Wade
Publisher: Teach Yourself
Whether you want to perform effortless tricks for friends at home or put on a show with glamorous props, mysterious assistants and a grand finale, this book will open the door on a world of magical possibilities.
In the southern part of the region , the Snake River Plain is known by another
name , Magic Valley , the heart of a prosperous agricultural region . Here more
than 2.5 million acres produce beans , sugar beets , potatoes , hay , grain — just
Author: Betty B. Derig
Publisher: Mountain Press
You'll feel like you've got a native guide at hand as this book transports you to Idaho's historic sites through well-researched, well-told stories and vivid historical photographs.
... the national or the international press , and this for a very sound reason : The
Asian conjurers , lauded by travelers , performed in public for the money they
could collect from their roadside shows . The American Indians ' magic was
Author: Milbourne Christopher
Traces the history of magic and magicians, from sorcerer-priests in ancient Egypt to modern magicians such as Houdini and David Copperfield
Along the main boulevard of Cotonou women used the roadside trees as high ,
flapping showrooms for locally made clothes – very cheap and on the noisy edge
of cheerful . Isidore bargained some bellowingly loud giraffe - print trousers down
Author: Annie Caulfield
This is a travel book about Dahomey (Benin) - an inhospitable country in Africa where corruption is rife and where Catholicism shares a place with Gri Gri, the local Voodoo. The muslim north of the country is arid and tough, whereas the south is colourful, sophisticated and artistic. The countryside ranges from pretty English rural, to arid sub-Sahara.
The Magic Reservoir Caldera According to some geologists , the highway
crosses an old caldera through the area about 10 miles west of Magic Reservoir .
They are probably right . The complex and imperfectly known volcanic history of
Author: David D. Alt
Publisher: Mountain Press
An introductory chapter briefly reviews Idaho's geology followed by a series of road guides with the local particulars. The authors tell you what the rocks are and what they mean. Useful graphics and charts supplement the text and help you to understand