Sixteen-year-old Eva is a witch who lived in Spain, in the year 1230. She met a boy named Jonathan who would become her whole world. Everything was normal until she was faced with challenges that will change her life forever. There is a war coming and Eva and her friends must do everything they can to survive. Can they fight their way against the dark forces that are surrounding them?
Dutch political scientist and activist Frans Bieckmann analyzes the roots, the identity and the challenges of Podemos, a new political movement that fights corruption, unemployment and inequality, and provides lessons for new political strategies all over Europe.
The seven stories in Tourism for Broken Hearts examine the toll travel takes on relationships. In "The Night Cat" a young tourist experiments with graffiti. Marriages are tested in "Second Honeymoon," "Circling the Drain," and "Dead End." "Tourism for Broken Hearts" mark the end of relationships. "The Baths" and "Six Hours in Santorini," explore the sexuality of suburban soccer mom
Mr Henderson’s Railway as it is known, more formerly the Algeciras to Ronda line, was built at a time when Britain was a colonial power, her industry led the world and, as far as her industrialists, financiers and entrepreneurs were concerned, nothing was impossible.
Nestor in Spain - Land of many nations - Early Reader - Children's Picture Books
Nestor loves to discover other cultures and people. His parents are diplomats. That means they change houses and countries a lot. Nestor always goes with them and gets to see lots of interesting stuff!
Published: August 4, 2018.
Fiction » Religious
An epic journey on an ancient route in Spain. Jake encounters much weightier matters than merely trying to negotiate around the mountainous terrain. The journey give the reader an entirely new perspective of a journey of introspection and soul-purpose.
In April of 2018, April Capil decided to pack her bags, hire a house sitter, and get on a plane to tackle her biggest adventure: walking the Camino Santiago in Northern Spain. "Camino de Limon" is her personal diary of 47 days walking the Camino Frances solo, with photos and stories of the pilgrims she met on "The Way."