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Adams Media Corporation Gregory Bergman - WTF?: How to Survive 101 of Life's Worst F -Ing Situations Adams Media Corporation Gregory Bergman - WTF?: How to Survive 101 of Life's Worst F -Ing Situations

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Createspace Edwin Page - The Magical Isles Trilogy Createspace Edwin Page - The Magical Isles Trilogy

The Magical Isles Trilogy is a contemporary fairy tale set on the Isles of Scilly, which is a small archipelago of islands lying off the far south-western tip of the U.K. mainland. Filled with wonder and adventure, it tells the story of two children and their aunt whose lives are forever altered by the whim of fate and the discovery of a realm beyond our own. Book One: White Sands Caroline's life of tranquil solitude is about to be interrupted by the arrival of her niece and nephew. Emily and Toby are sent to stay with her on the island of St. Mary's while their parents attempt to find a solution to their marital problems. Little do any of them know that the stay will be prolonged. Ten year old Toby is set on finding a way to escape and return home, whereas his younger sister makes the most of a stay which is only supposed to last a week. Strange whisperings are heard as Caroline tries to make the children feel welcome and unseen forces wait to see if the arrival of the siblings will lead to the fulfilment of an ancient prophecy. Introducing us to the characters and the wonder of the islands, White Sands is filled with intrigue and laced with mystery as it lays the foundations of a story which leads us into the fairy realm in the second book of the trilogy. Book Two: The Butterfly Riders Two years after the events of White Sands, Emily and Toby are living with Aunty Caroline on the Isles of Scilly. Emily goes missing while playing on a rocky outcrop. Caroline searches for her in desperation, finding little trace of her niece bar a notepad discovered on a high ledge looking out to sea. She and John fear the worst as Toby is filled with frustration and angst over her disappearance. Emily finds herself trapped in a strange realm where wingless fairies ride butterflies. She finds allies, but her presence there is not looked upon kindly by all. Book Three: Holy Vale The realm into which Emily accidentally strayed three years before is in urgent need of her assistan

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Cutting Edge Press Jonny Gibbings - Malice in Blunderland Cutting Edge Press Jonny Gibbings - Malice in Blunderland

An unnamed hero is about to experience the worst week of his life and waking up in a car park with only one shoe is just the start. By the end of the week he will have been beaten up more than once, arrested by the police several times and will have crossed the twisted leader of an Ukranian Mafia Cartel. The very, very bad sex with a nymphomaniac wheelchair-user, getting mistaken for a serial rapist and facing death - his own and someone else's - proves that his life is spiralling out of control. Not for the faint-hearted.

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Burton Mayers Books Richard Anthony Mayers - Making Trakz Burton Mayers Books Richard Anthony Mayers - Making Trakz

Josh and Emily are told they will be spending a week with their uncle, they prepare for the worst holiday of their lives. And to make matters worse, all technology is banned. But on arriving in the sleepy village of Greenacres, the pair soon warm to their uncle, especially when they discover his talents for bringing dead animals back to life.

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Spirit Entertainment The Worst Week of My Life: The Complete Collection [DVD] Spirit Entertainment The Worst Week of My Life: The Complete Collection [DVD]

Actor : Ben Miller/ Sarah Alexander/ Alison Steadman/ Geoffrey Whitehead/ Janinie Duvitski - MPAA Rating : Suitable for 15 years and over

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Simon & Schuster Isaac Oliver - Intimacy Idiot Simon & Schuster Isaac Oliver - Intimacy Idiot

An NPR Best Book of 2015 This big-hearted, laugh-until-you-can t-breathe collection of personal essays, stories, and riffs on finding love and intimacy in New York City announces the arrival of a a monstrous new talent ("New York" magazine) in the vein of David Sedaris, Augusten Burroughs, and Tina Fey. In this uproariously funny debut collection, award-winning writer and performer Isaac Oliver serves up a comedic cornucopia of sketches, vignettes, lists, and diaries from his life as a young, fanciful, and "extremely" single gay man in New York City. Whether he s hooking up with a man who dresses as a dolphin, suffering on airplanes and buses next to people with Food From Home, or hovering around an impenetrable circle of attractive people at a cocktail party, Oliver captures the messy, moving, and absurd moments of urban life as we live it today. Since moving to New York a decade ago, Oliver has pined for countless strangers on the subway, slept with half the people in his Washington Heights neighborhood, and observed the best and worst of humanity from behind the glass of a Times Square theater box office. He also rode the subway during Breastfeeding Awareness Week and lived to tell the tale. Culled from years of heartbreak, hook-ups, and more awkwardness than a virgin at prom and a whore in church (and he should know because he s been both), "Intimacy Idiot" chronicles Oliver s encounters with love, infatuation, resilience, and self-acceptance that echo our universal desire for intimacy of all kinds."

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New Generation Publishing Kenneth Gibbons - A Stockport Trilogy New Generation Publishing Kenneth Gibbons - A Stockport Trilogy

In Part One A week or so following their wedding, the 'New Paladium' was showing a Laurel and Hardy comedy film, followed by the main feature "Hold your Man" with Jean Harlow and Clark Gable. It was described as 'A really gripping production, both intensely dramatic and romantic. A film for adults only. Little did they know that they were soon to be embroiled in a worldwide drama not just for adults, but children too? The 'gripping drama' that week was for six nights only. However, the drama of war, soon to be upon us was for 2,194 nights and days. In Part Two Babies had been born there. A mother, driven mad with hunger, screamed at me to give her 'milch fur meine kinder', and thrust the tiny mite into my arms, then wandered off unable to shed just one tear as she was so dehydrated. He said, as I opened the bundle, I found that the baby had been dead for days and stunk to high heaven. As he told us what he had seen, he really was in a bad way, with tears in his eyes, his whole being was trembling uncontrollably. As he wandered off he said, "That day was the worst day of my life". Rumour has it that he was repatriated soon after. Poor kid. The camp was "Bergen Belsen" concentration camp. In Part Three As I waited in line, I could see little of what was going on and as it turned out, was glad I could not see. When my turn came the nurse said are you Kenneth Gibbons, yes miss. My height and weight were recorded; I was quite weedy for my age. I remember being called Belsen once as I was so thin. I am sure it stopped as soon as people knew what it really meant. A listen to my chest and then the nurse said take your trousers down so the doctor can examine you. As I did not have any underpants on, and the fact that I was standing in front of a lady nurse, I was embarrassed beyond belief; The Doctor put his fingers at the side of my "robin" as mam called it and asked me to cough. Apparently, it was to assess the development of my genitals but I felt as if I had been naked

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Vintage Sebastian Faulks - Where My Heart Used to Beat Vintage Sebastian Faulks - Where My Heart Used to Beat

A profoundly moving novel and Sunday Times Bestseller from the author of Birdsong and A Week in December. On a small island off the south coast of France, Robert Hendricks - an English doctor who has seen the best and the worst the twentieth century had to offer - is forced to confront the events that made up his life. His host is Alexander Pereira, a man who seems to know more about his guest than Hendricks himself does. The search for the past takes us through the war in Italy in 1944, a passionate love that seems to hold out hope, the great days of idealistic work in the 1960s and finally - unforgettably - back into the trenches of the Western Front. This haunting tale casts a long, baleful light over the century we have left behind but may never fully understand. Daring, ambitious and in the end profoundly moving, this is Faulks' most remarkable book yet.Publisher: VintageISBN: 9780099549246

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Robinson Publishing Michael Powell - The Mammoth Book of Great British Humour (Mammoth Books) Robinson Publishing Michael Powell - The Mammoth Book of Great British Humour (Mammoth Books)

A doorstopper of a collection of the very best of both contemporary and classic British wit and humour. From Monty Python's 'Nudge, nudge, wink, wink, say no more ...' to Dan Antopolski's 'Hedgehogs. Why can't they just share the hedge?'. From George Bernard Shaw to Michael McIntyre, from Eric Morecombe to Omid Djalili, and from Oscar Wilde to Jimmy Carr, a side-splitting look at Britain, the British and life in general. Including these gems from Britain's finest comedians: I was delighted to learn that my friend's schadenfreude was not as satisfying as mine. Armando Iannucci. I went on a girls' night out recently. The invitation said 'dress to kill'. I went as Rose West. Zoe Lyons For a while I was the perfect mother. Then the Pethidine wore off. Jenny Eclair. My girlfriend was complaining last night that I never listen to her. Or something like that. Jack Dee. Why do dogs always race to the door when the doorbell rings because it's hardly ever for them? Harry Hill. Arse-gravy of the very worst kind. Stephen Fry on The Da Vinci Code. You have to come up with this shit every year. Last week I just wrote "I still love you, see last year's card for full details." Michael McIntyre on Valentines Day. I went to the doctor and he said, 'You've got hypochondria.' I said, 'Not that as well!'Tim Vine. I have the body of an eighteen year old. I keep it in the fridge. Spike Milligan. When someone close to you dies, move seats. Peter Kay. My neighbour asked if he could use my lawnmower and I told him of course he could, so long as he didn't take it out of my garden. Eric Morecambe. My dad's dying wish was to have his family around him. I can't help thinking he would have been better off with more oxygen. Jimmy Carr. Eighty-two point six per cent of statistics are made up on the spot. Vic Reeves. A bird in the hand invariably shits on your wrist. Billy Connolly. Getting divorced isn't like a bereavement at all, because if he's died, I'd have had me mortgage paid, and I could'

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Createspace Ralph Waldo Emerson - The Conduct of Life Createspace Ralph Waldo Emerson - The Conduct of Life

The Conduct of Life is a collection of essays by Ralph Waldo Emerson published in 1860 and revised in 1876. In this volume, Emerson sets out to answer "the question of the times: " "How shall I live?" It is composed of nine essays, each preceded by a poem. These nine essays are largely based on lectures Emerson held throughout the country, including for a young, mercantile audience in the lyceums of the Midwestern boomtowns of the 1850s. The Conduct of Life has been named as both one of Emerson's best works and one of his worst. It was one of Emerson's most successful publications and has been identified as a source of influence for a number of writers, including Friedrich Nietzsche. Three years after publishing his English Traits, Boston's Ticknor & Fields announced on 27 December 1859, an "early appearance" of a new book by Emerson titled The Conduct of Life. Confirmed as "completed" on 10 November 1860, Emerson's seventh mayor work came out on 12 December of the same year-simultaneously in the US and in Great Britain (published there by Smith, Elder & Co.). It was advertized as "matured philosophy of the transatlantic sage" and sold as a collector's item "uniform in size and style with Mr. Emerson's previous works." Quickly running through several editions in the U.S. (Ticknor & Fields announced a third edition only a week later) it was soon picked up by a third publisher (Cleveland's Ingham & Bragg). In Great Britain, it was reported as "selling rapidly." Subsequently, several passages from the book appeared in popular U.S. newspapers, most of them quoting either from 'Wealth' or 'Behavior' (especially the 'Monk Basle'-passage and Emerson's treatment of the human eye). First translations of the book appeared during Emerson's lifetime in France (1864) and in Russia (1864). Still, the height of the book's international fame came around the turn of the 20th century, coinciding with a growing public interest in one of Emerson's most famous readers: Friedrich Nietzsc

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