Gunnar is one fight away from cruiserweight champion, and one flight of stairs away from true love. When Gunnar left his ex, the current cruiserweight champion, two years earlier and moved back to his hometown, he knew he was passing up his chance to win the world. The last thing he wants is to meet his ex in the ring while the world dubs it a grudge match. For the most part, he´s content with traveling. Being known as the casino champ isn´t a bad gig. He doesn´t realize he´s missing anything. That is, until Gunnar comes to a stranger´s rescue in the rain. Liam isn´t a stranger at all. Not only has he been living upstairs from Gunnar for the past two years, they went to high school together. Since Liam´s changed a lot in the past few years, he doesn´t hold it against Gunnar for not recognizing him. His issue with Gunnar is something else entirely - like that time Gunnar didn´t call. Liam has no intention of falling victim to Gunnar´s charms twice. Life, on the other hand, has different plans. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Hollie Jackson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/090571de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Gunnar Samuelsson investigates the philological aspects of how ancient Greek, Latin and Hebrew/Aramaic texts depict crucifixions. A survey of the texts shows that there has been too narrow a view of the crucifixion terminology. The various terms do not only refer to crucify and cross. They are used much more diversely. Hence, most of the crucifixion accounts that scholars cite in the ancient literature have to be rejected, leaving only a few. Gunnar Samuelsson has a rare distinction, for his work received attention, perhaps even notoriety, prior to its publication. Apart from the reports on subject specific blogs, the content of this thesis was being communicated through global media outlets such as CNN and Pravda. [...] The breadth of primary data assembled will be of great benefit to subsequent generations of scholars. Paul Foster in The Expository Times 123 (3) 2011, 122-124
Clive and Martha have been together since they met at university; they have a young daughter, Eliza. Their marriage appears serene and content but when Eliza´s adored new piano teacher turns out to be a woman from Clive and Martha´s past, the enigmatic Eliot Fox, Clive becomes desperate to keep Eliot - and what she knows - away from his family. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gunnar Cauthery. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/twuk/000769de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
While German tourists visiting Dresden are no longer quite as shocked by the old buildings they see everywhere, they do still irritate tourists from abroad. Everything around the Frauenkirche [Church of Our Lady] smells of renovation and Disneyland so one is made aware of the reconstruction. However, at the very latest, questions start to arise on the way to Pillnitz, via the villa quarter Blasewitz and the Blaue Wunder [Blue Wonder] Bridge. How could all of this have survived the firestorm? After all, it was a second Hiroshima, wasnt it? Dresden is legend - a beautiful, innocent city of art and culture - and the German victimisation narrative without peer, bombed unnecessarily shortly before the end of the war with hundreds of thousands dead. It is a lie of Allied war crimes with a rain of phosphorus and low-flying fighters targeting the civilian population. The Allied air raids of 13 to 15 February 1945 are a fixed point of reference in Dresdens memorial culture. Over the decades they have provided its climax and, at any given time, an expression of the prevailing politics of history. The texts in this e-book afford an overview of the substantive contents of, and the developments in, Dresdens remembrance policies as well as furnishing a fundamental critique of current memorial politics of both the city and Germany as a whole. Dresden presents an image of itself as a symbol of peace and reconciliation and, in the meantime, also as a symbol for accurate memorialisation as opposed to the historically revisionist version of the Nazis. The annual neo-Nazi marches have played no small part in provoking a re-assessment of some of the legends leading to facts being researched and the Nazi history of Dresden described and defined. Is this enough? Shouldnt the commemoration itself be abolished? Mathias Berek, Henning Fischer, Claudia Jerzak, Christine Künzel, Antonia Schmid, Swen Steinberg, Gunnar Schubert, Andrea Hübler, Antifa Recherche Team, Philipp Kurz, Sophie Abbe, René Haase, Heike Ehrlich/Kathrin Krahl, Radiokollektiv Volume Mascara Murmansk, Gruppe Keine Versöhnung mit Deutschland, venceremos, LeA.