"The Steal" - A thief is hired by a collector to acquire an occult artifact. "Crash" - A hard landing on an alien planet. "Collision" - A world-changing incident at the Large Hadron Collider. "The Fall" - A London gangster finds himself in a bad situation.
Jonty Stewart is handsome and outgoing, with blood as blue as his eyes. When he takes up a teaching post at the college where he studied, his dynamic style acts as an agent for change within the archaic institution. He also has a catalytic effect on Orlando Coppersmith.
"Excellent Mystery! Would Reccommend."
Premature ejaculation is more than a bedroom problem. Its tentacles can reach many aspects of your life, including your self-esteem, your mood, your relationship success, and your overall happiness in life. So, if you feel like you have suffered enough, if you are completely frustrated and embarrassed every time you have sex, if all you want is to gain control over your ejaculation and last longer, then you need to take control of your ejaculation and be a real man!
Tiny Instruments is the heart-wrenching story of Timothy Cottard, a genetically enhanced being based on the DNA of a great scientist - a being that wants nothing more than to be human.
"Music to my ears"
Thomas Laybourne, a tinker and weapons designer, finds the unconscious star girl and takes her back to his flat. Aided by his friend, Doctor Hunter, and a grumpy clothier named Mattie, he begins trying to determine who she is and why she has chosen the darkest days in human history to arrive.
The volume of information, instant messages, urgent social media, emails, and texts has now reached the point that it is seriously impacting on us all - to a point where it is becoming the most important thing in our lives. Despite the fact that it is impacting our productivity at work and interrupts almost every moment of our day, to be disconnected from it is almost unthinkable. How have we become so addicted to being always connected?
What is difference? Is it in how we speak, how we look, or how we see the world? Is it the color of our eyes, the swing of our walk, or the very essence of our minds? Whatever it is, maybe we should embrace it rather than wanting to run away or kill it. Next time there is difference think, what about me? How do they see me? Do I care? Should I care? What, in the end, do we need but love and acceptance? Regardless of change.
"An intriguing short story with great narration"