There’s a God for That
Optimism in the Face of Earthquakes, Tsunamis and Meltdowns
TRAVEL / Asia / Japan
RELIGION / Shintoism
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Peace
1. Japan – Religious life and customs
2. Earthquakes – Japan
3. Tsunamis – Japan
4. Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (Japan) Accidents
5. Antinuclear movement
6. Ghost stories, Japanese
TONE: Moving; Reflective
WRITING: Lyrical; Thoughtful; Richly detailed; Stylistically complex
PAGES / WORDS
xvi, 168pp, glossary
MAPS / ILLUSTRATIONS
12 maps, 2 line drawings
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US $28.00 (hardcover)
US $16.00 (pbk.)
US $11.99 (eBook)
US $9.99 (Kindle)
Amazon Kindle Availability
AUGUST 24, 2012. Frankalmoigne announces the forthcoming release of the Amazon Kindle version of THERE'S A GOD FOR THAT. This is the first electronic version of the book.
It is typeset and formatted for the popular Kindle platform, and can be used on any Mobi-compatible device, including the Kindle, Kindle Touch, Kindle DX and Kindle Fire. The book is available directly from the publisher and through Amazon's Kindle Bookstore.
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Retail price: $9.99
First day of issue: September 1, 2012
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FRANKALMOIGNE is a publisher of books and atlases about geography, cartography and travel, focusing on material that documents the world as it is. Frankalmoigne's interest is in preserving a record of human activities as they shape, and are shaped by, Earth's natural resources.
JOSEPH HONTON is a world traveler and professional geographer, with an intimate understanding of the language, culture, and religion of Japan. He has written extensively about ecology and water.