Paulo Coelho, one of the world's best loved storytellers, is back with a riveting novel tracing the mysterious life and disappearance of Athena dubbed 'the Witch of Portobello', which was a top ten Sunday Times bestseller in hardback.
The story of an independent young woman whose life is changed forever by a chance encounter with a childhood friend. This exciting new edition includes exclusive content, such as an interview with the author, in-depth background information on the book, recommended books if you liked this one, and much more.
As children, we all had beautiful, creative, hopeful, and imaginative minds. We still have the ability to regain our grasp on that optimism, attitude, and posture to claim everything is possible. In Back When for Now, author Marissa Madrid shows how to bring out the kid in you and how to create your life's masterpiece. Back When for Now presents a therapeutic, humorous, and personable approach to dealing with the various situations you encounter in life, from youth to adulthood. Mapped out as an interactive, hands-on piece with all inclusive activities and suggestions, Madrid outlines a vision that conveys the ideals of confidence in oneself, following one's dreams, and finding the positive in both the good and bad situations life brings. An enlightening approach to life, Back When for Now shares cultural, educational, parental, and childhood stories. It speaks to young adults, teachers, aspiring artists, and those who seek to recover brighter perspectives on experiences, regain the strong convictions of your goals, and pursue what you know is intended for you.
The twenty-four studies in this volume propose a new approach to framing the debate around the history of medieval art and architecture to highlight the multiple roles played by women, moving beyond today s standard division of artist from patron."