Le Figaro magazine
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500 Cocktails is a comprehensive volume that will inspire even the most reluctant host to play bartender. The detailed recipes will guide readers with precision, taking the guesswork out of fixing drinks. With tips on everything from preparing the glasses to stirring, shaking, muddling, and pouring, 500 Cocktails will ensure success every time.
The World Stormrider Guide
This text is a comprehensive guide to 80 of the planet's premier surfing coastlines. It provides a detailed analysis of the surf spots, the optimum meteorological and oceanographic conditions, plus the lowdown on the local scene, hazards, and accommodation.
The Godforsaken Sea
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The Stormrider Surf Guide Europe
Stormrider Guides are the ultimate surf travel guide books, providing essential surfing information from around the world. Generally acknowledged as the finest surf travel books available, they are often referred to as The Surfer's Bible. Now in one book, the Stormrider Surf Guide to Europe is the most comprehensive guide to where to surf in Europe available. All the heavyweight European countries are covered as well as the North Atlantic island chain plus Scandinavia. Containing detailed seasonal water temperatures and wetsuit recommendations, wave type, and wind and tide information, as well as tourist and cultural information, this book will be appreciated by surfers and non-surfers alike. Includes France, Spain, Portugal, Morocco, Italy, Denmark, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Ireland, Wales, England, Scotland, Azores, Madeira, and the Canary Islands.
In 1998 the series 'Charmed', the story created by Constance M. Burge of three sisters who discover that they are powerful witches, first aired on the WB network. The series ran for eight series and into top-rating dvds, and has established a continuing presence as cult tv. The world of 'Charmed' is distinctively one of female solidarity, with sisters Piper, Prudence, Phoebe and, with the death of Pru, half-sister Paige making up the 'power of three'. In their crusade against the demonic population of their home city of San Francisco, the Halliwell sisters have also inherited their powers and 'The Book of Shadows' through the female line. _x000D_ _x000D_ The expert contributors to Investigating 'Charmed', all of them fans of the show, explore its nature as ground breaking tv. They debate the status of 'Charmed' as third wave feminist narrative, as well as its upturning of notions of sexuality, and its creation of alternative forms of family life. The San Francisco setting is explored as is 'Charmed''s brand of witchcraft and fantasy, its mythological antecedents and female heroes. Looking also at the fans' relationship to the show, as well as its novelizations, fan fiction and blogs, the book on this fantastic magical show concludes with a complete Episode Guide _x000D_
As seen in HBO’s True Blood, vampires have never been more edgy. Since its launch in 2008, Alan Ball’s adaptation of The Southern Vampire Mysteries by Charlaine Harris has exploited the creative freedoms of the HBO brand and captured a cult audience with its passionate, blood-drenched visuals and stories. From viral webisodes depicting vampires announcing themselves on TV, to the steamy title sequence, and the show’s uninhibited use of language, sex, and gore, True Blood has quickly gained status as cult TV with bite. True Blood posed the question of what would happen if vampires "came out of the coffin" and this book considers the representations of sexuality, race, and class in a series that engages directly with prejudice and civil rights. It also considers True Blood’s generic roots in television horror, paranormal romance, and Southern Gothic, the wider contexts of fairy tales and religion, the marketing of the series and the activities of its fans. Written for fans and scholars, the book explores the hidden depths of True Blood’s vampire bars, small town communities, and haunted bayous.