Indonesian edition of: Kaze no Sylphid 11 by Yukihisa Motojima ISBN 4-06-311729-4 @ 1991 Yukihisa Motojima First published in Japan 1991 by Kodansha Ltd. - Tokyo Setelah pacuan Kitsuka, Sylphid dan Maximum dipersiapkan kembali untuk mengikuti pacuan Arima, pacuan untuk kuda berusia 5 tahun. Sylphid melakukan latihan pacu dengan Idaten Arrow, kuda peraih juara 2 pada pacuan Tenno. Sedangkan saingannya, Maximum, melakukan latihan pacu dengan Hinuma Bork, si juara pacuan Tenno. Bagaimanakah persiapan kedua kuda berusia 4 tahun itu dalam menghadapi pacuan berikutnya...?
It is commonly held that Montgomery's 1942 victory at El Alamein was the turning point in Britain's fortunes during the Second World War - that it was 'the end of the beginning' (Churchill). However, Robert Lyman reveals here how in the summer of 1941, beleaguered British forces put together a series of largely forgotten victories in Iraq, Syria and Iran that secured crucial supplies of oil and curbed dangerous German expansion in the region.
It's an exciting story of victories achieved against the odds - fraught negotiations between London, Cairo and New Delhi, hastily assembled troops and campaigns fought and won in harsh desert conditions. The siege of the RAF base at Lake Habbaniya in Iraq is a brilliant example of this, and forms one of the most exciting passages in the book. 1941 could have been the year in which Britain lost the war - Lyman reveals here how close we came.
Thomas Hardy – The Short Stories - An Introduction. Many giants of Literature originate from the shores of these emerald isles; Shakespeare, Dickens, Chaucer, The Brontës and Austen to which most people would willingly add the name Thomas Hardy.
Far From The Madding Crowd, Tess Of The D'Urbervilles, The Mayor Of Casterbridge are but three of his literary masterpieces. But let us add to this his short stories. They are often overlooked as being the poor, under-developed relative of a greater work. But from writers of the calibre of Hardy this is just not so. He picks stories and creates characters that drive, meld and create pages that in their numerically shorter length are in fact the perfect length. Our stories are read for you by Richard Mitchley.
No one ever paid attention to the faces of missing children on milk cartons.
But as Janie Johnson glanced at the face of the little girl who had been taken twelve years ago, she recognized that little girl--it was herself.
The mystery of the kidnapping is unraveled, but the nightmare is not over.
The Spring family wants justice, but who is to blame? It's difficult to figure out what's best for everyone. Janie Johnson or Janie Spring? There's enough love for everyone, but how can the two separate families live happily ever after?