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Wonderfully realistic dystopian!
Who controls the water -- controls the masses.
Disillusioned former Yukon mining exploration worker, Landon McGuire, is torn from his self-imposed exile into a Canada he no longer recognizes.Water is a precious commodity, and the environment is contaminated. Individual rights are non-existent and corporate rule is the law—a law enforced by the corporation’s own brutal militia.
Unregulated fracking and irresponsible mining have destroyed the watersheds. A small group of people band together to combat the ruling coalition, but find themselves embroiled in a dangerous game. Landon meets Nora and is drawn into the fray. What begins as a fact-finding mission turns deadly as they get closer to the truth.Deceit, threats and violent encounters emphasize the reality that economy trumps environment even when lives are at stake.
Within minutes, each article in this book helps you make better images.
- Learn Composition
- Create Tack Sharp Images
- Exposure Explained
- Creative Depth of Field
- Flash Photography
- Learn Digital Photography Resolution
- Artistic B&W Photography
- Make Beautiful Portraits
- Create Fine Art Digital Photographs
- Print Your Digital Photographs
... and much more.
Grab your digital camera and go have some fun creating photos that will even amaze you.
Danny and Sarah have spent their lives together--until Sarah's passing leaves Danny alone and lost. He doesn't understand the onslaught of attention from elderly women and cannot see his way to a future; that is until he remembers Sarah's admonition about "embrace"
A touching, heart-warming story of bereavement and loss.Bonus Feature
A Free Chapter from Norm Hamilton’s new thriller, From Thine Own Well.
This literary book is by Yukon author, Damien Tremblay
What is more valuable than gold in the Yukon Territory? Discover the power of remoteness on your imagination.
Yukon Dreams is the first book sounding out the depths of the Yukon’s remoteness, and, more broadly, Canada’s remoteness. It is a documented and poetic essay; an innovative attempt to distil the Yukon’s essence. A relatively small territory tucked between Alaska and the Northwest Territories, the Yukon is a metaphorical corner. What draws people to her vastness?
What hides behind the desire for farness? The passion for remoteness has often been evoked, notably in polar exploration literature, but it remains largely unexplained. This book is a thorough, Yukon’s focused analysis. Since the Klondike Gold Rush, the mystique of the Yukon Territory has grown. Indeed, whether you drive the Alaska Highway, mush on the Yukon Quest, canoe a Yukon river, hike rugged ridges or build a cabin, you embrace an unforgettable wilderness. But you also enter a world of inner darkness.
This text unveils the shadier, ambiguous Yukon at the opposite of touristic clichés. It transports readers to corners of the territory only accessible by imagination. Compelling illustrations, maps, bibliography and index complement a cardinal reflection for lovers of solitary regions.