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wataridorimaiguranto (okabunko) (Japanese Edition)
by taibou

Language

Japanese

Pages

144

Publication Date

August 20, 2017

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自分が何者であるか、これからどうすればいいのか、人生の迷子になってしまう時もある<br />現実逃避から始めた1人旅のノンフィクション<br />3ヶ月の終わりが見えなかった孤独で苦しい旅は1人の少女との出会いにより終わりを告げる<br /><br />
Portraits de La Havane: La Havane par ceux qui y vivent ! (Vivre ...
by Valérie Collet

Language

French

Pages

370

Publication Date

August 21, 2017

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<b>Découvrez La Havane à travers les yeux de ses habitants</b><br /><br />Tel Hemingway, parcourez les rues de La Havane à travers les pages de ce livre qui vous transporte depuis le Malecón jusqu’aux forteresses à l’entrée de la baie. Port anachronique, où l’architecture coloniale côtoie les cinémas des années 50 et les vieilles voitures américaines, La Havane étonne et séduit. Vous y ferez, en tournant ces pages, des rencontres extraordinaires. Celle de Manuel, par exemple, un médecin qui croit en la gratuité des soins pour tous ; celle de Maria, pratiquante de la santería, la religion la plus répandue à Cuba ; celle, encore, d’artistes, comme Yunier ou Idania, qui osent lancer des messages forts dans leurs œuvres. Dans Portraits de La Havane, vous visiterez la ville aux côtés de ses habitants qui partageront leurs adresses préférées et leurs bons plans (plus de 250 adresses commentées par leurs habitués).<br />Entre les lignes de leurs histoires, vous découvrirez une capitale contrastée, mélange de couleurs, de cultures et d’époques. Vivre ma ville est une collection qui vous embarque à la découverte d’une ville à travers l’histoire de ceux qui y habitent. Avec <i>Portraits de La Havane</i>, emparez-vous des clés de la capitale cubaine.<br /><br /><b>Un guide à plusieurs voix rempli d'adresses utiles !</b><br /><br />À PROPOS DE LA COLLECTION « VIVRE MA VILLE »<br /><br /><i>Vivre ma ville</i>, ce sont des livres de voyage avec supplément d'âme. Ils donnent les clés, les conseils, les bonnes adresses, grâce à l'expérience de ceux qui vivent sur place, là où les autres guides se contentent d'auteurs professionnels de passage. Ils offrent aussi des histoires, une chair littéraire par les interviews-portraits d'une dizaine de personnes qui présentent leur lieu de vie. Chaque portrait est un roman. Chaque portrait a un enjeu : comprendre le choix de cette vie-là. Chaque portrait permet aussi au lecteur de s'identifier, et donc de choisir ses destinations en fonction de ses affinités, en fonction du personnage qui résonne le plus en lui.<br /><br />LES ÉDITIONS HIKARI<br /><br /><b>Hikari Éditions</b> est un éditeur indépendant, dédié à la découverte du monde. Il a été fondé par des journalistes et des auteurs vivant à l'étranger, de l'Asie à l'Amérique du Sud, souhaitant partager leur expérience et leurs histoires au-delà des médias traditionnels.
Portraits de Tokyo: Tokyo par ceux qui y vivent ! (Vivre ma ville...
by Johann Fleuri

Language

French

Pages

232

Publication Date

August 21, 2017

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<b>Découvrez Tokyo à travers les yeux de ses habitants</b><br /><br />Capitale des paradoxes, où infrastructures ultramodernes et bâtiments historiques cohabitent, où frénésie et calme se répondent, Tôkyô réussit cet exploit de se dévoiler au monde entier tout en conservant pudiquement nombre de ses secrets. La ville semble composée d’un ensemble de villages-quartiers aux personnalités marquées et à l’imaginaire sans fin : izakayas bruyants de Shinjuku ou de Nakano, ambiance bohème de Shimokita, cerisiers en fleur du canal de Naka-meguro, matsuris de Koenji ou d’Asakusa... Sans oublier cette nature, si omniprésente au Japon, qui surgit par- ci, par-là, jusque dans la capitale. Les quatorze portraits de ce guide vous aideront à percevoir les multiples facettes de la mégalopole la plus peuplée au monde. Découvrez Tôkyô à travers les yeux de ceux qui y ont construit leur quotidien. Apprenez aussi les principes du washoku, la cuisine traditionnelle japonaise, grâce à Elizabeth ; le code d’honneur du samouraï avec Machiko ; suivez Jake à travers ses lieux préférés pour en savoir davantage sur les yakuzas...<br /><br />Entre guide et récit, <i>Portraits de Tokyo</i> vous livrera également quelque 300 adresses et bons plans, choisis et testés par ses habitants. Vivre ma ville est une collection qui révèle l’histoire et l’âme d’une ville en vous contant la vie de ses locaux. Avec <i>Portraits de Tokyo</i>, emparez-vous des clés de la capitale japonaise.<br /><br /><b>Un guide à plusieurs voix rempli d'adresses utiles !</b><br /><br />À PROPOS DE LA COLLECTION « VIVRE MA VILLE »<br /><br /><i>Vivre ma ville</i>, ce sont des livres de voyage avec supplément d'âme. Ils donnent les clés, les conseils, les bonnes adresses, grâce à l'expérience de ceux qui vivent sur place, là où les autres guides se contentent d'auteurs professionnels de passage. Ils offrent aussi des histoires, une chair littéraire par les interviews-portraits d'une dizaine de personnes qui présentent leur lieu de vie. Chaque portrait est un roman. Chaque portrait a un enjeu : comprendre le choix de cette vie-là. Chaque portrait permet aussi au lecteur de s'identifier, et donc de choisir ses destinations en fonction de ses affinités, en fonction du personnage qui résonne le plus en lui.<br /><br />LES ÉDITIONS HIKARI<br /><br /><b>Hikari Éditions</b> est un éditeur indépendant, dédié à la découverte du monde. Il a été fondé par des journalistes et des auteurs vivant à l'étranger, de l'Asie à l'Amérique du Sud, souhaitant partager leur expérience et leurs histoires au-delà des médias traditionnels.
Tabuyung: Survival from the Jungle of Sumatra (Japanese Edition)
by Tomi Walker

Language

Japanese

Pages

239

Publication Date

August 19, 2017

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これは筆者がインドネシア・スマトラ島のジャングルにいた時に付けていた日記を基に書いたノンフィクション小説です。それは以下の文章から始まります。<br /><br />『長い間そうは思えなかった。いや思いたくなかった。その考えが浮かびそうになる度に、心の中で頭を横に振った。<br /><br />私の頭の中は、大自然の神秘、脅威そして美しさ、熱帯病との格闘、多民族同士の軋轢と友情、インドネシア語を学び、南洋伐採業のイロハを体得するための苦労などで一杯になり、そのことを脳裏から排除しようと葛藤して来ていたようだ。しかも無自覚的に。<br /><br />私は1976年から1977年にかけてインドネシア・スマトラ島インド洋側にあるタブユン(Tabuyung)という漁村の近くに設営された南洋材伐採キャンプに約11ケ月ほど滞在したことがある。その位置は、北緯0度50分、東経99度0分辺りだ。まさしく赤道直下の熱帯雨林の真っただ中にいた。<br /><br />そこに数日間滞在するだけでも、大自然の迫力に人は圧倒され、怯え、あるいは感動する。それが人の普通の反応だ。そんな中では、生きていくだけでも大変なのに、人の思惑など構う余裕は微塵もない。<br /><br />そういった環境に圧倒されていたことと、私の人生経験が少なく、私に対する猜疑心から生まれた警戒心を察し、それにどう対応すべきか、という処世術を身に着けていなかったために、危険な状況を理解するだけの力もなく、その思いを心の中深くにしまい込んだような気がする。<br /><br />何を心の中に封印したのか。それは、「ひょっとしたら私は殺されかけていたのではないか」ということだった。明確な殺意をあの2人から感じていたのでもなし、状況的に言えば、熱帯雨林内に放置された状態の私は、治療薬や医者もいない環境でマラリアに罹り命を落としたかもしれないし、盲腸を発症しても生きていられる保証はない。鬱蒼と茂った密林内に潜む虎に命を狙われた可能性もありえるし、その中に生息している毒虫、毒蛇あるいは大蛇なども危険極まりない。更に言えば、スマトラ島密林に住むための心得を誰にも教えてもらったこともなく、どんな服を着るのが良いのか、という助言ももらえず、また現地語であるインドネシア語も全く理解できないために、病気になった時の意思表示も難しく、飲料水、食事、衛生状態になじめず、ひどい下痢症状を来し、その処方も全く分からずじまい。そういった環境に私はいた。<br /><br />この思いは年月を重ねる度に頭をもたげ、私がインドネシア・スマトラ島に着いた1976年から40年を経た2016年に、あるテレビ局の刑事ドラマの中で「未必の故意」という言葉を耳にした時、私の心の中にずっと抑え込まれていた思いが、まるで封が破られたように表に飛び出して来たのだった。それは、私の体内を電流が走ったかのような感覚を伴っていた。<br /><br />そして確信した。「そうだ、あれは未必の故意だったのだ。死なないで良かった。幸いにも俺は生き延びることが出来た。天が私の命を救ってくれたに違いない」<br /><br />それに気付いた時、その未必の故意と並列に存在していた私の心理状態が浮かび上がってきた。何かと言えば、未必の故意を招いたのは、私自身だったのではないか、という思いだった。命を落としかける危険な目に合い、しかも、あの2人に何度も精神的に追い詰められた時、私の心に被害者意識が宿ってしまった。それが、私自身の心に潜んでいた本質を押し包んでいた、と思う。<br /><br />この物語を書くのは非常に勇気がいる。しかしもうあの頃から40年強経つ。残りの人生も少ない今、この思いを風化させたくなく、意を決して、過去の記憶と真正面から向き合い、若かった私の未熟な精神を抉り出してこの本に書き留めることとする。』<br /><br />悩みの80~90パーセントは人間関係にあると言われています。この体験記を読むと、その凄まじい精神的虐待を疑似体験することができます。人間関係の悩みから自身を解放するにはどうしたらよいか、というなんらかの知恵をこの本から得て頂ければ、と心から願います。<br /><br />なぜ40年強前の体験を今頃になって書いたのか、と問われれば、今になってようやく過去受けた嫌がらせの奥に潜んでいた本質に気付いたからです。これを書くまで、私は、その体験を、嫌な、辛かった、苦しかったという感情記憶として心の奥底に封印していて、私の心はそれに強い影響を受けていました。その感情の背景にあった思考を発見することにより、私は感情記憶から解放され、私を苦しめた2人を恨む気持ちも消えました。そしてその思考の中に、66歳になった私が今後力強く生きていくための智慧を発見しています。<br /><br />本の最後の部分に以下を書いています。<br /><br />『日記を基にしてこれを書いたお蔭で、潜在意識に巣食っていた忌まわしき感情の記憶は消え去り、この体験を糧にすることができる気がする。そして思う。「どうやら私は生れ変った」』<br /><br />この本を書き上げた後思いました。「I have walked on the long and winding road, and now I have reached a door, which I am about to open. I know exciting and wonderful events are waiting for me beyond the door. 私は、長く曲りくねった道を歩んできた先の扉に到達し、今それを開けようとしている。そしてその扉の向こうにはわくわくどきどきすることが待っているのが見える」
Living in Italy: The Real Deal - Hilarious Expat Adventures
by Stef Smulders

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English

Pages

282

Publication Date

August 12, 2017

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<div><div><div><b>Living in Italy: How to Survive <i>La Dolce Vita</i></b></div><br /><div><b></b></div><div><div><b>Ever thought about moving or travel to Italy?</b> Think again. And then do it anyway ;-).</div><div>Read about the <b>hilarious and horrendous adventures</b> of two Dutchmen and their dog <br />who took the plunge and nearly drowned.</div></div><div></div><br /><div><b>Read the Award Winning Bestseller:</b></div><div><ul><li>Reader Views 2016/17 Literary Awards Winner</li><li>Eric Hoffer Award Finalist</li><li>2017 ELIT Award Winner Travel category</li><li>New York & Amsterdam Book Festival Honourable Mentions</li></ul></div><div><div><b></b></div><div></div><div><b></b></div><br /><div><b>☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️ 4.4 Average Customer Review (100+ reviews)!</b></div><br /><div><b></b></div><div><b>Reviews</b></div><div><ul><li>"<i>a comical, often downright hilarious account</i>" Reader's Favorite Review ☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️</li><li>"<i>Smulders' storytelling artistry is wildly entertaining</i>" Blogcritics/Reader Views ☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️</li><li>"<i>Stef Smulders ... does what a good writer does: He writes what he observes and leaves the judgement to you, the reader. No constant bellyaching from Mr. Smulders. I like that. I really like that</i>." James Martin, Italy expert, wanderingitaly.com</li><li>"<i>Fantastico! I am a tough critic and have nothing but kudos for this book. Buy this book!!</i>" Elliana on Amazon</li><li>"<i>There is more of the flavor of Italy in this book than in ... Frances Mayes' 'Under the Tuscan Sun'</i>" Amazon review by Grady Harp HALL OF FAME TOP 100 </li><li>"<i>now I can add Stef Smulders to the list of my favorite ex-pat authors</i>" N.N. Light</li></ul></div><div><b></b><div><br /><b>Summary</b>:</div><div>In 2008 <b>Stef Smulders</b>, his partner Nico and their dog Saar <b>emigrated to Italy</b> to start a new life and <b>set up</b> their <b>B&B Villa I Due Padroni</b>. They sold their home, left their friends and family behind and took a leap into the unknown. Now Stef shares <b>his experiences in a collection of witty short stories</b>. The book treats <b>the trials and tribulations of an emigration</b>.<br /><br />The reader is introduced to <b>a full range of Italian characters</b>, from the trustworthy to the rogue, from the gentle to the shameless, flesh and blood Italians. Some are stereotype, others unexpectedly original. Yet they never fail to amuse and entertain.    </div></div></div></div><div><div><br /><b>Lovers of </b></div><div><ul><li>Michelle Damiani's <i>Il Bel Centro, </i></li><li>Katherine Wilson's<i> Only in Naples </i></li><li>Tim Parks' <i>Italian Ways</i></li><li>Frances Mayes' <i>Under the Tuscan Sun</i> </li></ul></div><div><b>will love this book as well!</b><br /><br /><b>Readers' reviews</b>:</div><div><ul><li>"<i>I was hooked"</i></li><li><i>"Couldn't put the book down"</i></li><li><i>"<i>What a fantastic read!" </i></i></li><li><i><i>"<i>Hilarious!" </i></i></i></li><li><i><i><i>"<i>Addicting!" </i></i></i></i></li><li><i><i><i><i>"<i>Recommended!</i><i>"</i></i></i></i></i></li></ul></div></div></div><div><div><div><div> </div></div> </div> </div>
Photo Book of the Best Castles of Europe: Amazing Fortresses and ...
by Joan Johnson

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English

Pages

63

Publication Date

August 19, 2017

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<strong>Photo Book of the Best Castles of Europe</strong><br />Amazing Fortresses and Castles of the World<br /><br /><strong>Mysterious, whimsical, fabulous, picturesque ... In this book you will see unique photos of old castles and palaces.<br />All pictures are taken in winter in different countries and cities.<br />Also in this small collection includes the best castles of a unique France.</strong><br /><br />Castles, like architectural structures, appeared in the Middle Ages and exist to this day. And although they were built with quite serious goals, today, thanks to legends, they seem to us fabulous dwellings, which, meanwhile, give us a connection with the past: after all, thanks to them we can get to know the history and learn a lot of secrets.<br />Majestic and inaccessible, romantic and harsh, enveloped in legends and myths - castles and fortresses of Europe, these silent witnesses of historical events and royal dramas, still fascinate with one of its kind.<br />In this little book I will introduce you to some of the castles of Europe. Particular attention is paid to the amazing castles of France.......<br />
A Maverick Traveller
by Mary Jane Walker

Language

English

Pages

403

Publication Date

July 29, 2017

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Mary Jane Walker is a writer of historically well-informed travel memoirs that come with an autobiographical flavour. She has been described as a younger, female Bill Bryson, though with her own unique voice. <br /> <br />Mary Jane first experienced world travel in an unusual way, as part of the crew on a Chinese junk named La Dame de Canton, the first to be built in the old way in decades. La Dame sailed from Canton, now Guangzhou, to Paris in the early 1980s. Just as in the old days of exploration by sail, the voyage took a couple of years to complete, with many stops along the way for fresh water and supplies, and, yes, for repairs as well. <br /><br />This was the first time a Chinese junk had made such a voyage from East to West. Firmly in the tradition of such hardy adventurers as Thor Heyerdahl and Tim Severin, the voyage of La Dame de Canton showed that the Chinese could have made a voyage of exploration to Europe in earlier times, perhaps passing Vasco da Gama as he went in the other direction. <br /><br />Mary Jane joined the Junk Expedition because she fell in love with the Captain, Niels, then found herself on a Chinese Junk sailing under a state of emergency into Diego Garcia. They had run out of food, had been eating rice and drinking saltwater for ten days; soaked on the boat. The sails were ripped. <br /><br />A Maverick Traveller is the first book in Mary Jane’s Maverick series of 8 travel memoirs. <br /> <br />Mary Jane travels with no real plans and decides where to go and see next when she gets there. She likes to explore the culture and history of places that are off the beaten track as well as places that are well known, and to talk to the local people. <br /> <br />By the time she sat down to write her books, Mary Jane had travelled the world, from the Arctic Circle to work as a park ranger on an uninhabited island administered by New Zealand’s Department of Conservation. She had spanned two years (mostly naked) on La Dame de Canton; drunk hallucinogenic tea in the Amazon rainforest; and got so lost she ended up at Robin Hood’s hiding-place. <br /> <br />Among other adventures, Mary Jane has also walked to Mount Everest Base Camp and seen the work and life of Sherpas; respectfully observed the life of many churches, temples and mosques; traversed various parts of the pilgrimage trails of the Camino de Europa; explored the stunning landscapes of New Zealand; visited remote parts of the Arctic while pulled by a team of dogs; travelled around Cuba the hard way; examined the downfall and renewal of the American inner city, and interviewed protestors at Standing Rock. All the while, meeting amazing people along the way. <br /><br />Her first book, A Maverick Traveller, is Mary Jane’s most autobiographical. A Maverick Traveller also introduces many of the journeys that Mary Jane describes in her later books. <br /> <br />As the book’s précis explains, <br /> <br />"Whether it was eating dog unintentionally in Indonesia, meeting the rapper 50 Cent before he was famous at a back-packers, or kicking a US nuclear submarine in New Zealand, A Maverick Traveller is filled with the unique stories and experiences of Mary Jane Walker. Mary Jane has travelled to all corners of the globe: to large cities, rural villages and tiny unknown islands off the coast of continents." <br /><br />A Maverick Traveller is the first in an expanding series of books, all with Maverick in their title namely: <br /> <br />NZ Way, Cuban Way, Pilgrim Way, USA Way, Inuit Way and the Vikings, Himalayan Way and Australian Way all in 2017. <br /> <br />Mary Jane is self published and turned down Literary Agents - she is a Maverick. <br /> <br />For more, see: www.a-maverick.com<br />
Traveling with Ghosts: A Memoir
by Shannon Leone Fowler

Language

English

Pages

305

Publication Date

February 21, 2017

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From grief to reckoning to reflection to solace, a marine biologist shares the solo journey she took—through war-ravaged Eastern Europe, Israel, and beyond—to find peace after her fiancé suffered a fatal attack by a box jellyfish in Thailand.<BR><BR>In the summer of 2002, Shannon Leone Fowler, a twenty-eight-year-old marine biologist, was backpacking with her fiancé and love of her life, Sean. Sean was a tall, blue-eyed, warmhearted Australian, and he and Shannon planned to return to Australia after their excursion to Koh Pha Ngan, Thailand. Their plans, however, were devastatingly derailed when a box jellyfish—the most venomous animal in the world—wrapped around Sean’s leg, stinging and killing him in a matter of minutes as Shannon helplessly watched. Rejecting the Thai authorities attempt to label Sean’s death a “drunk drowning,” Shannon ferried his body home to his stunned family—a family to which she suddenly no longer belonged.<BR> <BR>Shattered and untethered, Shannon’s life paused indefinitely so that she could travel around the world to find healing. Travel had forged her relationship with Sean, and she hoped it could also aid in processing his death. Though Sean wasn’t <i>with</i> Shannon, he was everywhere she went—among the places she visited were Oświęcim, Poland (the site of Auschwitz); war-torn Israel; shelled-out Bosnia; poverty-stricken Romania; and finally to Barcelona, where she first met Sean years before. Ultimately, Shannon had to confront the ocean after her life’s first great love took her second great love away.<BR> <BR>Cheryl Strayed’s <i>Wild</i> meets Helen Macdonald’s <i>H Is for Hawk</i> in this beautiful, profoundly moving memorial to those we have lost on our journeys and the unexpected ways their presence echoes in all places—and voyages—big and small.
Road Fever (Vintage Departures)
by Tim Cahill

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English

Pages

288

Publication Date

November 30, 2011

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Tim Cahill reports on the road trip to end all road trips: a journey that took him from Tierra del Fuego to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, in a record-breaking twenty three and a half days.<br><br><br><i>From the Trade Paperback edition.</i>
AWOL on the Appalachian Trail
by David Miller

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English

Pages

347

Publication Date

October 18, 2010

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In 2003, software engineer David Miller left his job, family, and friends to fulfill a dream and hike the Appalachian Trail. <em>AWOL on the Appalachian Trail</em> is Miller's account of this thru-hike along the entire 2,172 miles from Georgia to Maine. On page after page, readers are treated to rich descriptions of the valleys and mountains, the isolation and reverie, the inspiration that fueled his quest, and the life-changing moments that can only be experienced when dreams are pursued. While this book abounds with introspection and perseverance, it also provides useful passages about safety and proper gear, with a view into a professional hiker's preparations and tenacity. This is not merely a travel guide, but a beautifully written and highly personal view into one man's adventure and what it means to make a lifelong vision come true.

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Kind Reader Monthly Drawing (March 2017)

Congratulations to February 2017's winner Henry H. of New York, USA.

There's a daily limit of 3 free e-books that can be downloaded at KindReader.com