A non-fiction book composed of articles the author wrote while he researched post-war Germany’s attitude through street level investigations after World War II
Fiction lets us imagine alternative realities and fantasy worlds, and it’s not just the characters and places that are fictional, the cars are too! We’ve taken the most iconic fictional cars and imagined what they would look like if they were redesigned by popular car brands. A mishmash of worlds combined to create some truly original vehicles. The Batmobeemer Hailed as one of the world’s best-selling luxury car brands, a BMW would be a strong contender for any Dark Knight. With performance at the forefront of the Batmobeemer, it could outpace anyone in the streets of Gotham. Yaba Dabba Jeep The Flintstones would need an upgrade from their prehistoric foot-mobile to navigate around our modern world. Introducing the Yaba Dabba Jeep, offering off-road capability with zero doors, perfect for any family. Mini Koopa Troopa The Mini Koopa Troopa modified for the racing track. Customised by Mario himself. This kart won’t need any mushrooms for a boost as it is designed to keep up the speed and dodge any obstacles. Rolly Rolly Royce Royce Rolls Royce is one of the most prestigious car brands and this one has been customised to the max. Although there might not be a champagne chest…
Bombshells, Vol. 2: Allies by Marguerite Bennett, is the last volume of this story which reimagines the DC Comics heroines (Bombshells) during World War II.
Amelia Edwards was a novelist, journalist and Egyptologist from England. She was well known for her travelouge in Egypct called: A Thousand Miles Up the Nile.
Into the Jungle takes place in the jungles of Bolivia where an American woman finds herself with her Bolivian husband who went back to his village in the jungle
The first book in a series about Jet, a former Israeli Mossad assassin. Mr. Blake is an international best selling author of action/adventure novels.
Moon Rush: The New Space Race is about the history of man getting to the moon and suggests a path forward to the satellite which we have already abandoned.