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In the Words of Nelson Mandela by Jennifer Crwys-Williams-P2P

Through his words and actions, Nelson Mandela has been embraced worldwide as our leading symbol of courage, hope and reconciliation.

In the Words of Nelson Mandela is a unique collection of quotations from one of the most admired men on the planet. His thoughts on subjects as diverse as humanity, friendship, oppression and freedom provide valuable insights into the man and all he stands for. By turns moving, revealing, humourous and wise, this book eloquently conveys his warmth and dignity, and his words are certain to inspire and give strength to all who read them.

• On freedom: ‘To be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the lives of others’
• On boxing:’My greatest regret in life is that I never became the heavyweight boxing champion of the world’
• On self-respect: ‘If you are in harmony with yourself, you may meet a lion without fear, because he respects anyone with self-confidence’

An ideal reading accompaniment to the new film based on the South African President’s autobiography, The Long Walk to Freedom

In the Words of Nelson Mandela by Jennifer Crwys-Williams-P2P
English | 2010 | ASIN: B0041G68L4, ISBN: 0802779301, 0140270493 | 161 Pages | EPUB | 1.94 MB

Jane Austen: A New Revelation by Nicholas Ennos-P2P

Was the author of Pride and Prejudice really a poor, uneducated woman with no experience of sex or marriage? A woman who spent most of her life in rural seclusion, never meeting any other authors or literary figures, and whose only formal education was two years at a basic primary school?

This is what biographers of Jane Austen expect us to believe, and what Nicholas Ennos refutes in this exposé, Jane Austen: A New Revelation. How could Jane Austen have written these novels, he asks, that have been considered by discriminating critics as some of the finest in the English language? Nicholas Ennos shows how the novels reveal the real author to have been a woman who moved in the highest circles of London society, was educated in Latin and Greek and who spoke fluent French. It reveals the author to be not a retiring spinster, but Jane Austen’s cousin and sister-in-law, Eliza de Feuillide, a married lady of the highest intellect whose ten-year course of education was supervised by her famous father, a man at the very centre of the intellectual life of London. The book traces Eliza’s exciting life, from her birth in Calcutta, India, to the court of Marie Antoinette, the execution of her first husband in the French Revolution and her connections to the leading literary figures of England and Germany.

Jane Austen: A New Revelation reveals many new facts and the close connection between the supposed novels of Jane Austen and those of the novelist with the greatest influence on her, Fanny Burney. Nicholas Ennos’s knowledge of languages enables him to cast a fresh eye on these novels, revealing their true author to be a master linguist herself, who took her writing style from both French and Latin. Jane Austen: A New Revelation is the first book published to reveal the true author of these works. It will appeal both to fans of Jane Austen, and literary conspiracists.

Jane Austen: A New Revelation by Nicholas Ennos-P2P
English | 2013 | ASIN: B00G9H20HO, ISBN: 0957687001 | 379 Pages | EPUB | 8.52 MB

Mean by Myriam Gurba-P2P

True crime, memoir, and ghost story, Mean is the bold and hilarious tale of Myriam Gurba’s coming of age as a queer, mixed-race Chicana. Blending radical formal fluidity and caustic humor, Gurba takes on sexual violence, small towns, and race, turning what might be tragic into piercing, revealing comedy. This is a confident, intoxicating, brassy book that takes the cost of sexual assault, racism, misogyny, and homophobia deadly seriously.

Mean by Myriam Gurba-P2P
English | November 7th, 2017 | ASIN: B07611Q6M8, ISBN: 1566894913 | 205 Pages | EPUB | 2.13 MB

Vietnam Rough Riders by Frank McAdams-P2P

“Black smoke drifted about the scene. The first thing I noticed was the huge crater yawning next to the damaged truck.”

In the Vietnam War, American “rough riders” drove trucks through hostile territory delivering supplies, equipment, ammunition, weapons, fuel, and reinforcements to troops fighting on the war’s ever-shifting front lines. But, all too often, the convoys themselves became the front lines.

Frank McAdams, a Marine Corps lieutenant, learned that the hard way during a tour of duty that began right after the 1968 Tet Offensive and the siege at Khe Sanh. In this compelling memoir he recounts his personal battles-not only with a dangerous enemy but also with an incompetent superior and a sometimes indifferent military bureaucracy.

A decidedly different take on the Vietnam experience, his chronicle focuses on the ambush-prone truck convoys that snaked their way through dangerous terrain in narrow mountain passes and overgrown jungles. When an ambush occurred, strong leadership and quick thinking were required of officers like McAdams to protect both the convoy’s mission and the lives of its men.

McAdams describes convoys he led through hot zones like the notorious “Ambush Alley” stretching from Danang through Hai Van Pass to Phu Bai in the north, and the provincial area in the south known as “the Arizona” that surrounded the villages of Phu Loc and An Hoa. He also highlights the fierce three-day firefight that ensnared him and his men near the Song Cau Du River at Hoa Vang, and provides a particularly gripping account of the fighting at Thuong Duc.

McAdams deals frankly with his fraught dealings with a commanding officer whose ineptness and treatment of his troops made the CO fear for his own life. And he writes movingly of his wife’s love and encouragement in the face of an emotionally tough separation and also of his difficulty in re-engaging with life stateside.

Fast-paced and compulsively readable, his book offers an insightful look at a largely neglected aspect of the Vietnam War, while reminding us of how frequently the crucible of war reveals one’s true character.

Vietnam Rough Riders: A Convoy Commander’s Memoir by Frank McAdams-P2P
English | April 15th, 2015 | ASIN: B00V7494UK, ISBN: 0700618988 | 281 Pages | EPUB | 3.71 MB

How We Talk by N. J. Enfield-P2P

An expert guide to how conversation works, from how we know when to speak to why huh is a universal word!

We all had teachers who scolded us over the use of um, uh-huh, oh, like, and mm-hmm. But as linguist N. J. Enfield reveals in How We Talk, these “bad words” are fundamental to language.

Whether we are speaking with the clerk at the store, our boss, or our spouse, language is dependent on things as commonplace as a rising tone of voice, an apparently meaningless word, or a glance–signals so small that we hardly pay them any conscious attention. Nevertheless, they are the essence of how we speak. From the traffic signals of speech to the importance of um, How We Talk revolutionizes our understanding of conversation. In the process, Enfield reveals what makes language universally–and uniquely–human.

How We Talk: The Inner Workings of Conversation by N. J. Enfield-P2P
English | 2017 | ASIN: B072HLV5HQ, ISBN: 0465059945 | 272 Pages | EPUB | 5.28 MB

Secrets to Success by Michael Parrish DuDell-P2P

Shark Tank Jump Start Your Business (Book 1) was all about the high-level process of starting a venture: how to assess an idea, how to start a business, how to grow a company. The natural extension would be for the next book to be all about the practice, or rather, the application of that process.

From practical business tips to unforgettable anecdotes and experiences, Shark Tank Secrets to Success provides readers with a playbook custom designed by some of Shark Tank’s most successful entrepreneurs. It’s the perfect guide for ambitious businessmen and women who want to start and grow a thriving company.

Shark Tank Secrets to Success: How to Propel Your Business from the Tank to the Bank by Michael Parrish DuDell-P2P
English | 2016 | ASIN: B01DL0VR7U, ISBN: 1484723252 | 272 Pages | EPUB | 12.96 MB

Do Not Go Gentle by Ann Hood-P2P

The day my father was diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer, I decided to go and find him a miracle.

Do Not Go Gentle is a transporting memoir about Ann Hood’s quest to find a cure, if not an outright miracle, that would cure her father’s cancer. Her “spiritual Odyssey, with a secret history all its own” would take her from Rhode Island to El Santuario de Chimayo, New Mexico, in search of dirt reputed to contain astonishing healing powers. Along the way, Hood tells the story of her family, their immigration to America, and the author’s reconnection with her Italian heritage. Most of all, this touching memoir is a valentine to the man who was, in Hood’s own words, “the love of my life.”

Do Not Go Gentle: My Search for Miracles in a Cynical Time by Ann Hood-P2P
English | 2014 | ASIN: B00HQ736PQ, ISBN: 031224259X, 031228313X | 272 Pages | EPUB | 15.58 MB

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