This book is not a tree. "It's a technical nutrient" that can be broken down and remade an infinite number of times. This book presents a number of ideas and designs that are being formulated and implemented in today's industries that benefit both the economy and the environment. It's a great read for anyone who wonders how we can stop destroying mother nature and begin to help it grow.
From Alan Furst, the bestselling author who is often praised as the best spy novelist ever, comes a novel that's truly hard to put down. Mission to Paris includes beautifully drawn scenes of romance and intimacy, and the story is alive with extraordinary characters, including American actor Frederic Stal, traveling to Paris on a secret mission. But always at the center of the novel is the city itself, the heart and soul of Europe—its alleys and bistros, hotels grand and anonymous, and the Parisians, living every night as though it was their last. As always, Alan Furst brings to life both a dark time in history and the passion of the human hearts that fought to survive it.