The Red Lands


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The Red Lands


The Red Lands

Author: ForestRage

language: en

Publisher:

Release Date: 2018-12-21

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The Red Lands Survival Here Means Risking Death Bai Feng lived the life of a business graduate. He toiled his way up the corporate ladder, only to be cast aside by those with connections. Broken and demoted to a company branch in the country, he made an oath one night to live an average life--and then he woke up. In a fantasy world where the rich prey on the poor, capitulation leads to death, and creatures and demons of legends become real, Bai Feng must navigate through dangers from man and beast alike. But first he must come to terms with his new identity-- A starving twelve year old boy, residing in the village slums. Now called Chu, Bai Feng finds himself living alone in a rickety shack on the frontiers of an infant Empire. Malnourished and without a copper coin to his name, he realises he has transmigrated to face a torturous demise. Stifling his hunger, Bai Feng must climb out of poverty, while treating each step as his last. Join the young Chu as he strives to survive before he can explore this strange new world, and one day hope to earn the right to a surname. A gripping tale of a boy rising literally from the ashes to stamp his mark in a fantasy world.

Egyptian Myth: A Very Short Introduction


Egyptian Myth: A Very Short Introduction

Author: Geraldine Pinch

language: en

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

Release Date: 2004-04-22

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This text explains the cultural and historical background to the fascinating and complex world of Egyptian myth, with each chapter dealing with a particular theme.

Redlands Remembered


Redlands Remembered

Author: Joan Hedges McCall

language: en

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Release Date: 2012-07-17

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By 1889, the newly established town of Redlands at the southern base of the San Bernardino Range offered mild winters and spectacular views of the nearby mountains. The sunny, dry climate enticed eastern industrialists, and Redlands became a place of annual escape, a millionaire mecca by the turn of the twentieth century. Early philanthropists set the tone for an active civic culture that has lasted throughout the citys 125 years. These stories, researched and written by Joan Hedges McCall, tell how and why the town developed out of dusty, semi-arid lands into a green belt of orange groves, parks and Victorian homes. Find out where the water came from, how the navel oranges grew and who helped Redlands grow into the beloved city it is today.