Get ready for another nonstop, all-out, action-packed adventure in Neo-Gotham with Terry McGinnis in Batman Beyond Vol. 4!Author Dan Jurgens (The Death of Superman) and artist Phil Hester continue the journey of Terry McGinnis as he keeps Gotham on the right track in Batman BeyondVol. 4.
An irreverent and hilarious journey around the world to examine how and why people cheat on their spouses; this global look at infidelity reveals that Americans are uniquely mixed up about being faithful. Its an adulterous world out there. Russian husbands and wives dont believe that beach-resort flings violate their marital vows. Japanese businessmen, armed with the aphorism If you pay, its not cheating, flock to sex clubs where the extramarital services on offer include getting oral sex without showering first. South Africans may be the masters of creative accounting: Pollsters there had to create separate categories for men who cheat, and men who only cheat while drunk.
With over 50% new material, this category killer is sure to go the distanceWhen the previous edition of Hal Higdons superb training guide appeared, Grete Waitz, 9-time winner of the New York City Marathon, cheered: Higdons years of marathoning experience come through in this practical book. Aspiring or veteran marathoners will benefit enormously from its proven guidance.This new edition focuses on first marathoners, women runners, and those new to the sport; and as always, Higdon shows how to build up mileage and gives advice on running long, speedwork for distance runners, defensive running strategies, and planning for peak performance..
The last one to fall… Sam Reed is the only brother in the Reed family who hasn’t fallen head over heels in love. He has a promising contract to play professional football, but something is missing. Sam likes to watch cooking shows, snuggle on the couch, and he wants someone to do it with him. But with his go-getter lifestyle, it’s almost impossible to find the time to get to know one woman. That is, until he meets the one who makes him want to change his whole life.
Colin Wilson is the bete-noir of the Oxbridge literary establishment. He never went to university, let alone Oxbridge, yet wrote The Outsider, a brilliant account of the pain of being alive today, when he was just twenty-four. It sold millions of copies around the world, and he was acclaimed as one of the leading intellectuals of the age, finding a huge audience with the anti-establishment, alternative and underground thinkers. Because of his radically new attitudes he was - with John Osborne - dubbed an angry young man in the article that originally coined that phrase. In this way a young man from a working class background suddenly found himself moving in the most colourful literary and artistic circles of the day.