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QUICK REVIEW - Ahriman : Gates of Ruin - John French

On the fifteenth day of Christmas, Black Library gave to us…an Ahriman short story by John French. Overlapping slightly with Sorcerer, and following on from a couple of the other shorts in the series, Ahriman : Gates of Ruin sees Ctesias looking back from a point far in the future and recalling the part he played in leading Ahriman and his followers out of the Eye of Terror. 154 more words


Ahriman : Sorcerer - John French

John French’s Ahriman series continues with the second novel, Ahriman : Sorcerer, in which the exiled Thousand Son sorcerer is still searching for knowledge, looking for a way to save his legion and repair the mistakes he has made in the past. 391 more words


Book Review: 'To End All Wars' by Adam Hochschild

By the time we reach the centenary of Armistice Day in 2018, I get the feeling that we might be suffering from a certain degree of World War 1 fatigue. 503 more words

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2014-15 Canfield Boys' Basketball Preview

2014-15 Canfield Boys’ Basketball Preview
Head Coach: Todd Muckleroy, 5th season at Canfield (121-80 overall)
2013-14 Record: 19-5 (9-3), AAC American
Finish in League: 3rd Place in American Division… 457 more words


The Centennial: November 27, 1914

It’s a legal requirement of the Thanksgiving episode that the protagonist reflect upon all the things he’s thankful for.

I am thankful for

Eran the history major chose to write his thankfulnesses longhand, in an old middle-school notebook that still lived in a desk drawer in his childhood bedroom. 564 more words


What is your Excalibur? Power Sources in organisational settings - an enhanced model!

“One of the things about powerful people is they have the ability to make it look easy” Ice-T

Which are the sources of power in an organisation setting? 

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The Centennial: November 17, 1914

“I observe an honorable member reading a newspaper, which is a disorderly practice not allowed in the House.”

Rules of decorum had to be obeyed, but Eran couldn’t blame his host for wanting a distraction. 393 more words