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Lonlisom - Book#1: Dreaming of the Ocean
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"A moving tale of childhood friendship. A coming-of-age drama/adventure narrative with a fantastic twist." Lonlisoms follows the somewhat dreamer lives of a group of outcast kids composed... More > of two girls and two boys. Brigida, and Lucas, the poor kids from the beach suburbs. Maripaz, the rich girl from the yellow mansion. And Guillbert, the boy that came from the sea. Together they form the club called Lonlisom, where they team up to learn the ways of Spiritism in order to reach their most desired dreams. As Maripaz comes in contact with the dying ocean she loves, friendships are put to the test and the destiny of a good fellowship between man and nature will meet its fate.< Less
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A young man, in an effort to dampen the effects of unrequited love, develops an obsession for the film Spirited Away. He falls into a gradual spiral of self destruction, during which he finds he is... More > prone to thoughts and acts of violence. His obsession takes him to extreme measures and any thoughts of consequences are nonexistent. Cinema 2, a short story set in Brisbane, is an imagination of what could happen when obsession is the only thing that alleviates the pain of unobtainable love.< Less
The Bucketlist 50 - Tokyo
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The Bucketlist 50 - Tokyo is your definitive comprehensive guide of the top 50 things to do, see, visit and experience in Tokyo... Try, some traditional Ramen and Sushi, Lose yourself in the... More > dazzling neon lights of Shinjuku, visit various gardens with breathtaking cherry blossom trees, buy some manga in Akihabara, visit the tokyo tower and sky tree and admire the increddible views of Tokyo. Check out the infamous Tsukiji fish market or do some shopping in the upmarket Ginza shopping district. Exeperience a maid cafe, the ninja or robot restaurant, a Pachinko Parlour and see the Studio Ghibly museum for film lovers out there, the list goes on...< Less
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PRAISE FOR KAMI: "If you are looking for a quick, fun read with a unique setting, I highly recommend Kami." - Grant Ekelund, Amazon.com review "I felt a very good Studio Ghibli... More > vibe...I would recommend Kami to anyone for a fun, intense and warm all over kind of read." - Marcos Regalado The second novel by P.J. Leonard, author of the Kickstarter success 'Tick'. Hayato is a young boy who is tired of his little Japanese town's backwards traditions. On the day of the local festival, he decides to shake things up a bit. But when it goes wrong (VERY wrong), he is sent on a quest to right his wrongs. On the way, however, he meets characters who aren't quite what they seem. There may be more to this quest than meets the eye... Inspired by P.J. Leonard's experiences of living in the deep Japanese countryside for two years, 'Kami' is a story drenched in the flavors, sights and smells of a timeless Japan.< Less
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