The world didn’t end with a bang. it didn’t go out in a ball of fire and fury. nor did it end in ice. But in some strange way. ice was the end-or maybe it was the beginning of something more.When Bethany finds herself suddenly alone in a world that was alive only moments before. she flees into the streets of her town in search of her family. Panicked by the immobile people surrounding her. she is almost captured by the monsters hunting her until Cade steps in. Dark and distant. most people at Bethany’s school are wary of Cade yet oddly fascinated by him. Bethany and he had been close as children. but it has been years since she’s had any real contact with him.As their situation becomes even more perilous. Bethany struggles to come to terms with her past. her terrifying new reality. and her growing love for a boy that is powerful. mysterious. and perhaps even more frightening than the aliens hunting them-aliens that want more than their lives: they want their blood.
: Susan Lewis
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nce we wore floaty skirts and Doc Martins. now we’re sporting Scandi fashion and ‚interesting’ trainers. We still party in Ibiza but now bodyboard in Cornwall. Where once mixtapes were the ultimate mating call. now we take selfies and swap Spotify playlists – all the while conspicuously wearing large Dr Beats headphones and casually leaving old packets of Kingsize Rizla lying round our open plan kitchens.More to the point. Gen X are now in charge. In government. in business and the creative industries. The most anti-establishment of generations has now become the establishment. But as tech overtakes the arts as society’s great shaping force. Tiffanie ponders – does cool and its pursuit still matter? If Gen X had it sorted. gave us Barack Obama and downward facing dogs. why is stress the new flu? Why are we working not for love anymore – or cool – but to avoid negative equity and depleting pension pots?In Now We Are 40. Tiffanie interviews some of the most iconic Gen X’ers such as Pearl
What happened to Generation X? Millenials dominate our Facebook feeds and people bang on about the baby boomers – but what about us? The lost generation. the middle youth. the middle child of today. Are we still cool?Generation X? Remember them? The kids who believed they’d never grow up. The generation Douglas Coupland immortalised in his novel of the same name. The wry. knowing navel-gazers obsessed with cool and being cool who today are sandwiched between the boomers of the 60s and the millennials.Gen X’ers came of age against a backdrop of Britpop and the Spice Girls. Tarantino and Pulp Fiction. Madchester and the Stone Roses. acid house and rave. super clubs. Ministry and Cream. They holidayed in Ibiza high on hooch and E and never ever believed there’d be a comedown.So whatever happened to them?We turned 40. And as Tiffanie Darke points out in this witty exploration of the generation who defied generalisation. we’re not handling it all that well…Where o
Autor: Christopher Collier. James Lincoln Collier
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Jack Doyle. ex-amateur boxer and failed advertising account executive. returns to the world of thoroughbred horse racing when he is hired as publicity director for Monee Park. a struggling suburban Chicago track owned by heiress Celia McCann. McCann is determined to maintain the business. which was inherited from a beloved uncle. She finds various exploits to keep the business afloat while awaiting passage of a law allowing the introduction of lucrative video slot machines at Monee Park. But meanwhile. McCann is under pressure from the other heir. her cousin. Niall Hanratty. who wants to close the track and sell the valuable property to real-estate developers. Jack Doyle is called on to help Celia’s cause. again a somewhat reluctant knight-errant. who rises to the occasion when needed.
Autor: John McEvoy
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Sanjeev Bhaskar and Alex Macqueen. There are also cameo appearances by Tori Amos and Neil Gaiman. Duration: 2 hours 30 mins approx.
every shape. size. and color. farmers. schoolteachers. shoemakers. no-accounts. and mere boys turned soldiers. And it is the story of the King’s men. the British commander. William Howe. and his highly disciplined redcoats who looked on their rebel foes with contempt and fought with a valor too little known. Written as a companion work to his celebrated biography of John Adams. David McCullough’s 1776 is another landmark in the literature of American history.
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