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  • A Passionate Reunion in Fiji

    series Passion in Paradise #6
    A remote island paradise…A chance to rekindle their marriage!Nothing fazes workaholic billionaire Massimo Briatore. Not even the idea of his estranged wife, Livia, accompanying him to Fiji for a family celebration. He’s sure he’ll have no problem pretending for one weekend that their whirlwind marriage is still intact. Until he lays eyes on her again…Trapped in paradise, Livia can’t escape from ... Read more

    $3.99 USD

  • The Straight Path of the Spirit

    Ancestral Wisdom and Healing Traditions in Fiji

    The inspiring story of one man's exploration of indigenous healing in a culture fighting to preserve its spiritual health.• A firsthand account of a little-known healing tradition.• A dramatic story of self-transformation by a well-respected Harvard-educated anthropologist.In the late 1970s Richard Katz, a clinical psychologist trained in anthropology, spent two years living in a remote island ... Read more

    $14.99 USD

  • Investing in Fiji’s Real Estate: Current Issues and Opportunities

    by Biscommedia ...
    An excellent, concise and much-needed analysis of the general requirements for investing in Fiji’s dynamic real estate market. It covers most aspects of technical data required to make informed decisions before any expert advice would be required.Full of proven insights, time-honoured wisdom and valuable data, this book brings together critical information from various sources for the benefit of ... Read more

    $5.99 USD

  • Neither Cargo nor Cult

    Ritual Politics and the Colonial Imagination in Fiji

    by Martha Kaplan ...
    In the 1880s an oracle priest, Navosavakadua, mobilized Fijians of the hinterlands against the encroachment of both Fijian chiefs and British colonizers. British officials called the movement the Tuka cult, imagining it as a contagious superstition that had to be stopped. Navosavakadua and many of his followers, deemed "dangerous and disaffected natives," were exiled. Scholars have since made Tuka ... Read more

    $18.69 USD

  • Submission in Fiji

    by Rain Star ...
    series The Traveling Domme #3
    What happens on the island, stays on the island - unless another couple is involved... and they are!Meet Mathew, Mistress Moon's chaste sissy sl@! who is made to watch and serve. Enter a hot, swinging Jamaican couple who like to please. ... Read more

    $2.99 USD

  • Children, Social Class, and Education

    Shifting Identities in Fiji

    by K. Brison ...
    series Culture, Mind, and Society
    Class-based self-perception is a rising issue worldwide. Through observation in kindergartens in Fiji, Brison examines how schools instil these ideas in Suva children. Teachers have different goals depending on the social background of the families while students create friendships through shared experience of toys, gender roles, and mass media. ... Read more

    $53.99 USD

  • Seven Days in Fiji

    by Steve Glines ...
    Fiji is part of the Pacific Ocean’s “Ring of Fire,” a large collection of current and extinct volcanoes. Think of Fiji as Hawaii’s southern brother. Fiji is a continental island that rests on its own plate. The oldest rocks in Fiji are about 40,000,000 years old. The island nation is made up of some 300 islands (at high tide) scattered over a small corner of the South Pacific. The higher islands ... Read more

    $1.99 USD

  • Bula: An Englishman in Fiji

    by Beau Bosworth ...
    A series of short stories written by an Englishman who spent some time in Fiji. All the tales are based on true events, though the names have been changed to protect the innocent, as they say.The tales are primarily about the ex-pat community in the islands, the stories cover much ground about the islands, their culture and history. Most of these stories are slightly fictionalised accounts of real ... Read more

    $4.95 USD

  • White Women in Fiji, 18351930

    The Ruin of Empire?

    series Pacific Studies series
    First published in 1986, White Women in Fiji 1835–1930: The Ruin of Empire? challenges assumptions and assertions about the role of European women in multiracial colonial societies. Author Claudia Knapman uses a combination of interviews, newspaper, and other sources to picture the lives of European women in Fiji between the 1830s and 1930s. She offers a new and challenging interpretation of the ... Read more

    $15.19 USD

  • The Enabling Environment for Disaster Risk Financing in Fiji

    Country Diagnostics Assessment

    series Country Diagnostic Studies
    This country diagnostic assessment seeks to strengthen financial preparedness for disasters in Fiji, focusing on insurance and other risk transfer instruments. It explores the current application of disaster risk financing solutions by the government, businesses, and individual households; related demand and supply constraints; and opportunities for improvement. The assessment forms one of a ... Read more

    $5.39 USD

  • The Turtle and the Caduceus

    How Pacific Politics and Modern Medicine Shaped the Medical School in Fiji, 1885-2010

    The Turtle and the Caduceus are metaphors for the impact of Western medicine (the Caduceus) upon a traditional Pacific island culture (the Turtle), through the history of a school which started training native medical practitioners 125 years ago. David Brewster, the former Dean of Fiji School of Medicine, tells the fascinating tale of how a devastating measles epidemic and pro-indigenous benign ... Read more

    $8.69 USD

  • The Federation Movement in Fiji, 1880-1902

    by Ahmed Ali ...
    Fiji became a British Crown Colony in 1874 when the chiefs of Fiji ceded their islands to Queen Victoria. Initially, European settlers welcomed British rule but soon became disillusioned with it as a result of the policies of the first governor, Sir Arthur Gordon, who restricted the amount of land they could obtain and denied them the use of Fijian labourers. The introduction of Indian labourers ... Read more

    $6.29 USD