Author: Leo Tolstoy
Publisher: Black & White Publishing Ltd
Release Date: 2016-09-22
Burrowed from the Classic by Leo Tolstoy As cute as bunny ears Rabbit Warren Peace is a brand new retelling of Tolstoy’s classic War & Peace – with rabbits! Meet Natasha, Pierre, Prince Andrei and the others and enjoy one of the greatest stories ever told in a totally new way.
Influenced more by Seven Samurai, Zulu and Joss Whedon than by Watership Down, Warren Peace is about a young, nervous rabbit with an easy life.... until the foxes come. With the lives of his friends and family in danger, Cuetip must undertake a perilous journey out into the big world to find help. On the way, he also finds terror, laughter, sadness, friendship, humans, cats, gods and perhaps most important of all, courage. A novel about talking animals, but definitely not for smaller children, “Warren Peace” will grab both your heart and your funny bone and shake them silly.
Author: Michael David Warren
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
Release Date: 2005-10
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
Ronald Reagan once said. "If anyone is afraid to stand up to clients, the government, and employers (teachers, or virtually any authority), than know that all you are doing is feeding the crocodile, hoping that he will eat you last." Into The Rabbit Hole takes you on a journey into the state of your own mind, and the mind of the "beast" that has deceived you. Going in the hole, your path will cross with the entities that you have trusted in, that guide your life. Religious deception, sacred bloodlines, the cult mind, secret societies, government deception, and our true ori-gins as a species, are recurring themes. It is time that society awakens to the truth of their real existence, and how they can escape from the hole.. Into The Rabbit Hole, is your first step into the true reality you seek. An intellectually challenging, and stim-ulating read for all seekers of truth. Once you have had a glimpse of what's in the hole.the age old question of "What Is Truth" will be self evident.
Author: G. G. Coulton
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Release Date: 2012-08-09
Exceptionally well-documented vivid study of serfdom, manorial customs, abbeys, village discipline, peasant revolts, justice, religious education, tithing, much more. Illustrated. "...a remarkable book..."—Times (London) Literary Supplement.