In Extreme Wine, wine economist and best-selling author Mike Veseth circles the globe searching for the best, worst, cheapest, most expensive, and most over-priced wines. Mike seeks out the most outrageous wine people and places and probes the biggest wine booms and busts. Along the way he applauds celebrity wines, tries to find wine at the movies, and discovers wines that are so scarce that they are almost invisible.
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The greatest dark wizard, long thought dead, has risen anew; in his wake marches the vast army of the Feral Brood. None could have foreseen the total evil set to descend upon Darkin. A long age of peace has left the land devoid of heroes. Slavery has taken hold of the world’s commerce. All hope rests in the rebellious spirit of one slave.
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After the Battle at Dinbell Wall, Adacon and his friends learn that Aulterion, nemesis of the East, was but a pawn of the true evil threatening the world. United with his band of heroes, and Calan his love, Adacon feels as though nothing can stand against the power of righteousness any longer: They will travel home and destroy the last remnant of darkness. As doom covers the world, a new star appears in the sky, growing larger each night. The dwarves claim that the Prophecy of the Key is at hand-that the departed race has returned.
Following the Indian uprising known as the Red River War, Fort Reno (in what would become western Oklahoma) was established in 1875 by the United States government. Its original assignment was to serve as an outpost to exercise control over the Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians. But Fort Reno also served as an embryonic frontier settlement around which the first trappings of Anglo-American society developed a regulatory force between the Indian tribes and the white man.