The Legend in Annatour 1 by Mito Orihara

“The star will take you to the land that lies far, far away in time and distance.” The fantasy novel that captured the hearts of many people in Japan, now comes in as a manga comic!! Yuna Suzuki, 16 years old. She is an ordinary high school student who one day finds a book in the library that would change her life forever. This story is based in the desert of Esfahan where the captivating adventure begins.

Author: Mito Orihara

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Let’s Learn Karate! -Trial-: Black Belt -The Manga(Comics) by Genshi Kamobayashi

Black Belt -The Manga(Comics)
Let’s Learn Karate -Trial-

You read the comic , let’s aim to black belt in karate !
Aim the Olympic athletes !

Table of Contents

Episode1/Karate Will Change Your Life!
Shotokan / Kyokushin

Episode2/Punching with the Seiken!
Shotokan / Kyokushin

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Author: Genshi Kamobayashi

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Four Cadets: Part Two: A YA Graphic Novel by Katherine Pierce Chinelli

Four high school friends with emerging element-based abilities must outsmart scheming villains and navigate their own dramas in order to save each other from certain destruction.
In Part Two:
“Palladium”
Our four cadets are at it again in this sequel to “Metamorphosis.” They continue to search for Julia’s precious ring, try to escape the villains’ traps and rescue prisoners amidst a fire setup that could kill them all. Part two of two.
“Kidnapped”
Our cadet friends now meet to investigate a strangeness that has been infecting two of them. Unfortunately, one has gone away to a school and another is missing. The remaining two must endeavor to extricate the mystery. On their journey they meet up with more than they bargained for.

Author: Katherine Pierce Chinelli

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

America’s Army #15: Decide to Lead PT. 3 : Transformation by M. Zachary Sherman

U.S. Army Captain Carter has a lot on his mind… a fierce battle in the North threatens frontline Soldiers but their resupply convoy has been ambushed by Red Coin insurgents. Carter’s QRF team needs to extricate that convoy ASAP but his Platoon Sergeant has been thrown in the stockade. And if that wasn’t enough, a massive storm has grounded flights and threatens the entire mission. Carter will need to make fast, sharp decisions to rescue the Soldiers and get those supplies to the front lines in America’s Army #15 – Decide to Lead PT. 3 : Transformation.

Author: M. Zachary Sherman

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Legend in Annatour 1 by Mito Orihara

“The star will take you to the land that lies far, far away in time and distance.” The fantasy novel that captured the hearts of many people in Japan, now comes in as a manga comic!! Yuna Suzuki, 16 years old. She is an ordinary high school student who one day finds a book in the library that would change her life forever. This story is based in the desert of Esfahan where the captivating adventure begins.

Author: Mito Orihara

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Zephyr VIII by Warren Hately

Superheroes. Celebrities. Crazed Robots. Interdimensional Assassins. And a city where even the villains get a magazine shoot.Zephyr tells the story of a cynical, smart-mouthed superhero kicking ass in a world going mad around him. “I absolutely loved this book. The author is whip smart and dissects this genre like a surgeon” – Joe Gazzam, author of UncagedThe place is Atlantic City: a sweeping longitudinal metropolis rebuilt following widespread devastation in 1984. Superhumans are not only real, they’re human. All too human, as Nietzsche would say.With his daughter getting into the business and his wife showing him the door, it’s easy to wonder if Zephyr’s life might be easier without his ever-growing powers and supervillains, extradimensional invasions and city-shaking calamities derailing his best efforts handling life in a celebrity-mad alternate universe where Manhattan’s a mutant-infested ruin and the Beatles were a superhero team.If you love Alan Moore’s Watchmen and other classics of the adult superhero genre, you’ll love Zephyr because it’s the freshest take yet.Volume 8 sees Zephyr commit to the debt he feels owed to Annie Black, promising her ghost to investigate the circumstances of her murder — despite Annie just wanting to hurry up and get to the after life already. Zephyr’s quest takes him to hostile environments, parallel worlds, World War Two Germany, and into a madman’s nightmarish Big Brother house to find the maniac behind Annie’s death — except things aren’t as they appear (again) and Zephyr finds himself fighting for his life and those of Twilight, Shade and Streehawk as well.Editorial reviews“It’s a skilfully-written superhero fantasy resonant with emotion. Expect to feel your soul move as the swaggering narrator bears comic and often poignant witness to the vagaries of a life both bizarre and very like our own” –AA Attanasio, author of the Radix tetrad and The Dragon and the Unicorn series.“The book deconstructs the superhero in the most entertaining, cynical and interesting ways” –Michael Ivan Lowell, The Suns of Liberty series.“There are so many subtle yet brilliant liberties that Hately takes with reality that makes his world pop as a unique, fun, unpredictable sand box in which he hatches super human adventures on par with anything else on the market” –reader Greg McCubbin.“Here is a brutally honest look at a superhero for a mature reader. A darkly humorous look at the strains and excesses of a hero who is past his prime” –reader Keiran Jones.“I strongly recommend this book and can’t wait to read the others in this inventive, entertaining series” –reader Mike Flota.

Author: Warren Hately

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Tale of Oyasama by Hattori Takeshiro

Tale of Oyasama, Volume One
The Foundress of Tenrikyo, Miki Nakayama, known to the followers as Oyasama, the “beloved Parent,” spent Her life working for the salvation of all people in the world.
The Tale of Oyasama is an English translation of Gekiga Oyasama monogatari, which presents a manga-style depiction of the ninety years of Her life based on historical facts.
The first volume covers the period from Her birth in 1798 up to 1864.

Author: Hattori Takeshiro

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Let’s Learn Karate! -Trial-: Black Belt -The Manga(Comics) by Genshi Kamobayashi

Black Belt -The Manga(Comics)
Let’s Learn Karate -Trial-

You read the comic , let’s aim to black belt in karate !
Aim the Olympic athletes !

Table of Contents

Episode1/Karate Will Change Your Life!
Shotokan / Kyokushin

Episode2/Punching with the Seiken!
Shotokan / Kyokushin

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Author: Genshi Kamobayashi

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

The Four Cadets: Part Two: A YA Graphic Novel by Katherine Pierce Chinelli

Four high school friends with emerging element-based abilities must outsmart scheming villains and navigate their own dramas in order to save each other from certain destruction.
In Part Two:
“Palladium”
Our four cadets are at it again in this sequel to “Metamorphosis.” They continue to search for Julia’s precious ring, try to escape the villains’ traps and rescue prisoners amidst a fire setup that could kill them all. Part two of two.
“Kidnapped”
Our cadet friends now meet to investigate a strangeness that has been infecting two of them. Unfortunately, one has gone away to a school and another is missing. The remaining two must endeavor to extricate the mystery. On their journey they meet up with more than they bargained for.

Author: Katherine Pierce Chinelli

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Calculus BLUE Multivariable Volume 2: Derivatives by Robert Ghrist

Finally, a math book that looks GREAT on a phone/tablet screen!

This volume is the second in a 4-volume set of CALCULUS BLUE books on multivariable calculus. It follows the (to be released) CALCULUS RED [introductory] and CALCULUS GREEN [single variable] sets. The resulting color-coded PRIMARY CALCULUS is a revolutionary series of graphical Mathematics texts optimized for reading on phone/tablet/kindle devices.

Calculus BLUE Multivariable Volume 2: Derivatives uses vector and matrix algebra to understand derivatives and their applications to multivariable calculus. Topics covered in this text include:
* multivariate functions with arbitrary numbers of inputs & outputs
* partial derivatives
* the derivative as a linear transformation on vectors of rates of change
* differentiation rules, including the chain rule as matrix multiplication
* the inverse and implicit function theorems, with applications
* gradients and directional derivatives
* linearization and Taylor expansion of multivariate functions
* optimization of multivariate functions
* applications to linear regression, game theory, & Nash equilibria
* constrained optimization and the Lagrange multiplier
* a hint of deeper applications in optimization theory, dynamical system, & more

Throughout, the text is filled with contemporary applications to robotics, data, mechanics, economics, probability, networks, and biology. Theory and application are brought to life in full eye-scorching color (though a lot of it is blue).

This volume consists of 19 chapters (plus a prologue, epilogue, and foreshadowing of volume 2), each containing exercises for practice, for a total of 425 pages of mathematics and color and joy and sweat.

NOTE! This is graphics intensive, and the file size is quite large. You may want to download it over a wireless connection rather than cellular. Also, although Amazon says this is a “print replica”, there is no printed text this is based on. This book was hand-crafted for electronic format. It looks phenomenal on a modern smart-phone. You can pinch-zoom, use bookmarks, search, and more. Enjoy!

Author: Robert Ghrist

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews