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A love story about two people living simultaneously with their past selves. Fast was a celebrity in his previous life, a kind of rock star-ish cult leader who railed against political correctness. Sabrina was just a tragic soul. But then both of them were reset back to the beginning of their lives. Are they ghosts now? Dead? Trapped in a dream? And what happens when their previous lives reach that final day when they were reset? Will that be death for everything? Sabrina wants to move on and find some value in her current life. But Fast spends his time following his old-self -- even though he can't change his previous life's outcome. And they both try to navigate a non-traditional romance knowing their reset dates are nearing. For Sabrina and Fast, love was something that their past selves could never grasp, could never hold onto. But in their current lives, love is something real, and they both wonder if it was the reason why they were reset, or just the last cruel tragedy they'll feel before everything goes black.
Those who may be pleased to honour these pages with a perusal, will not be detained with a long introductory history of my birth, parentage, and education. The very title implies that, at this period of my memoirs, I was ignorant of the two first; and it will be necessary for the due development of my narrative, that I allow them to remain in the same state of bliss; for in the perusal of a tale, as well as in the pilgrimage of life, ignorance of the future may truly be considered as the greatest source of happiness.
The thousand arms of the forest were grey, and its million fingers silver. In a sky of dark green-blue-like slate the stars were bleak and brilliant like splintered ice. All that thickly wooded and sparsely tenanted countryside was stiff with a bitter and brittle frost. The black hollows between the trunks of the trees looked like bottomless, black caverns of that Scandinavian hell, a hell of incalculable cold. Even the square stone tower of the church looked northern to the point of heathenry, as if it were some barbaric tower among the sea rocks of Iceland. It was a queer night for anyone to explore a churchyard. But, on the other hand, perhaps it was worth exploring.
As the official state flower, the Indian Paintbrush is a harbinger of Wyoming spring - and a landscape full of color that is worthy of a master. Wyoming Trees and Wildflowers is the perfect pocket-sized, folding guide to familiar trees, shrubs and wildflowers. This beautifully illustrated guide highlights over 140 familiar species. A map featuring prominent state-wide botanical sanctuaries will appeal to the state resident or visitor. Laminated for durability, this lightweight guide is the one to carry as you travel in Wyoming.
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1861 edition. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER LXXV. State Of The Lowlands -- Landlords And Tenants -- State Of Learning -- Bad Effect Of Oaths Of Office -- Decay Of The Feudal Authority Of Landlords -- State Of The Highlands -- Influence Of The Chiefs Over Their Clans -- Cameron Of Lochiel And Fraser Of Lovat -- Unpopularity Of The Two First Georges, And Of Walpole's AdministraTion-- Marriage Of The Chevalier De St. George -- Petty Intrigues Among His Adherents -- Character Of Prince Charles Edward -- Projected Invasion On His Behalf, Is 1744 -- The French Fleet Dispersed -- Resolution Of Prince Charles To Try His Fortune In Scotland -- He Embarks -- And Lands At Moidart. -- NOTE, Personal Appearance Aio Demeanor Of Prince Charles. [1736 --1745.] After the temporary subjection of the Highlands, in 1720 and the years immediately succeeding, had been in appearance completed, by the establishment of garrisons, the formation of military roads, and the general submission of the Highland clans who were most opposed to Government, Scotland enjoyed a certain degree of internal repose, if not of prosperity. To estimate the nature of this calm, we must look at the state of the country in two points of view, as it concerned the Highlands and the Lowlands. In the Lowlands a superior degree of improvement began to take place, by the general influence of civilization, rather than by the effect of any specific legislative enactment. The ancient laws which vested the administration of justice in the aristocracy continued to be a cause of poverty amongst the tenantry of the country. Every gentleman of considerable estate possessed the power of a baron, or lord of regality, and by means of a deputy, who was usually his factor or land-steward, exercised the power of dispensing justice, both...
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