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Werewolf: Lodges the Splintered


Werewolf: Lodges the Splintered


$5.01


Welcome to our land, my brothers in the blood of the wolf. It was wise of you to approach us humbly, for we are generous and kind to those who do not draw our anger. Come and tell us stories of the beasts you have torn apart, the foes you have defeated, the men and women you have loved. And then we shall hunt together, host and guest, and we shall see who the dakini fear more. Karna Blood-Armor, Rahu of the Lodge of the Sacred Thread This book includes: 22 new lodges representing the werewolves of the world, from Poland to Japan to Antarctica New Gifts, rites, merits and fetishes for the select, as well as sample characters to drive a new story More information on modifying lodges to suit a new locale or an altered purpose

Wolverine vs. the Silver Samurai


Wolverine vs. the Silver Samurai


$2.99


Marvel Press, NOOK Kids (eBook), English-language edition, Pub by Disney Publishing Worldwide on 06-11-2013

Kickboxing Geishas: How Modern Japanese Women Are Changing Their Nation


Kickboxing Geishas: How Modern Japanese Women Are Changing Their Nation


$1.99


Forget the stereotypes. Today's Japanese women are shattering them - breaking the bonds of tradition and dramatically transforming their culture. Shopping-crazed schoolgirls in Hello Kitty costumes and the Harajuku girls Gwen Stefani helped make so popular have grabbed the media's attention. But as critically acclaimed author Veronica Chambers has discovered through years of returning to Japan and interviewing Japanese women, the more interesting story is that of the legions of everyday women - from the office suites to radio and TV studios to the worlds of art and fashion and on to the halls of government - who have kicked off a revolution in their country. Japanese men hardly know what has hit them. In a single generation, women in Japan have rewritten the rules in both the bedroom and the boardroom. Not a day goes by in Japan that a powerful woman doesn't make the front page of the newspapers. In the face of still-fierce sexism, a new breed of women is breaking through the "rice paper ceiling" of Japan's salary-man dominated corporate culture. The women are traveling the world - while the men stay at home - and returning with a cosmopolitan sophistication that is injecting an edgy, stylish internationalism into Japanese life. So many women are happily delaying marriage into their thirties - labeled "losing dogs" and yet loving their liberated lives - that the country's birth rate is in crisis. With her keen eye for all facets of Japanese life, Veronica Chambers travels through the exciting world of Japan's new modern women to introduce these "kickboxing geishas" and the stories of their lives: the wildly popular young hip-hop DJ; the TV chef who is also a government minister; the entrepreneur who founded a market research firm specializing in charting the tastes of the teenage girls driving the country's GNC - "gross national cool"; and the Osaka assembly-woman who came out publicly as a lesbian - the

Kickboxing Geishas: How Modern Japanese Women Are Changing Their Nation


Kickboxing Geishas: How Modern Japanese Women Are Changing Their Nation


$18.99


Forget the stereotypes. Today's Japanese women are shattering them - breaking the bonds of tradition and dramatically transforming their culture. Shopping-crazed schoolgirls in Hello Kitty costumes and the Harajuku girls Gwen Stefani helped make so popular have grabbed the media's attention. But as critically acclaimed author Veronica Chambers has discovered through years of returning to Japan and interviewing Japanese women, the more interesting story is that of the legions of everyday women - from the office suites to radio and TV studios to the worlds of art and fashion and on to the halls of government - who have kicked off a revolution in their country. Japanese men hardly know what has hit them. In a single generation, women in Japan have rewritten the rules in both the bedroom and the boardroom. Not a day goes by in Japan that a powerful woman doesn't make the front page of the newspapers. In the face of still-fierce sexism, a new breed of women is breaking through the "rice paper ceiling" of Japan's salary-man dominated corporate culture. The women are traveling the world - while the men stay at home - and returning with a cosmopolitan sophistication that is injecting an edgy, stylish internationalism into Japanese life. So many women are happily delaying marriage into their thirties - labeled "losing dogs" and yet loving their liberated lives - that the country's birth rate is in crisis. With her keen eye for all facets of Japanese life, Veronica Chambers travels through the exciting world of Japan's new modern women to introduce these "kickboxing geishas" and the stories of their lives: the wildly popular young hip-hop DJ; the TV chef who is also a government minister; the entrepreneur who founded a market research firm specializing in charting the tastes of the teenage girls driving the country's GNC - "gross national cool"; and the Osaka assembly-woman who came out publicly as a lesbian - the

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