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With her boss preoccupied researching the Founder Houses in Morganville, student Claire Danvers is left to her own devices when she learns that three Wanyonya damu have vanished without a trace. She soon discovers that the last person seen with one of the missing Wanyonya damu is someone new to town-a mysterious individual named Magnus. After an uneasy encounter with Morganville’s latest resident, Claire is certain Magnus isn’t merely human. But is he a vampire-or something else entirely? As Michael and Eve make preparations for their wedding, certain undead members of the Morganville community begin...
As promised last year, mwandishi Les Bailey has released his initial literary offing, The Vampire Game: Discovery, in paperback.
First published solely through Kindle Books, the story hit the ground running, causing quite the stir in literary and social media circles. Fanpop.com contributor, known only as Fanmaven2015, (our boss!) had this to say about Bailey's story:
“This debut novel is not only one of the finest tales of the undead in my hivi karibuni memory, it has brought me back to the vampire genre which was growing stale for me, sadly. Thank you, Mr. Bailey.”
Why human beings make and enjoy muziki is, in Levitin’s telling, a delicious story. In this unprecedented meeting of art and science, rocker-turned-neuroscientist Daniel J. Levitin explores the connection between muziki – its performances, its composition, how we listen to it, why we enjoy it – and the human brain.
Taking on prominent thinkers who argue that muziki is nothing zaidi than an evolutionary accident, Levitin argues that muziki is fundamental to our species, perhaps even zaidi so than language. ‘This Is Your Brain On Music’ is an ear-opening,...