The Journey by Carl Opel
(To Move A Mountain)

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This book is part of "To Move A Mountain - The Series."
Arrancies began life as a street kid and he loved the city and its lessons. Everything you need to know for city life, breaking-and-entering, drugs, and sex. However, Arrancies was far different from the other kids, and most people, for that matter. At the age of four, he had a vision of what his life would become. Torn between friends, family, and his struggle to be a young boy, he had wisdom well beyond his years. The foundations of his life through adolescence appear no different on the outside from any other boy his age. More so, as he sees the torment of the world through the rioting, psychedelic, war-torn years of the 60s, he begins his own interpretation. His journey to become a visionary and messenger of the energy from which we originate is forming a foundation. His loves, loss, heartache, and hope become the background of his unexpected travel through the transcendental voyage of our mind. Saved by technology and destroyed by loneliness, Arrancies escapes everyday life that eventually unravels into the infinite beyond.
 

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Walravens' Studium der Ostasienwissenschaften und der Ethnologie in Köln und Bonn hatte nachhaltige Folgen: Während andere segeln oder Krimis lesen, forscht und schreibt er über die Kulturgeschichte der Qing-Zeit in China, mandschurische Literatur, den großen Erforscher Japans, Philipp Franz von Siebold, das ostasiatische Druckwesen und die Herrnhuter Mission in Tibet.Die bibliothekarische Laufbahn war geradlinig: zunächst Fachreferent für Sozialwissenschaften an der Bibliothek der jetzigen Helmut-Schmidt-Universität in Hamburg, dann von 1986 bis 2009 Leiter der Abteilung Überregionale Bibliographische Dienste der Berliner Staatsbibliothek.
 
Published November 13, 2012 by Eclectric Tree. 70 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Law & Philosophy. Fiction

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