Is It Really Too Much To Ask?

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Is It Really Too Much To Ask?

Is It Really Too Much To Ask?

The World According to Clarkson

  • Author: Jeremy Clarkson
  • Publisher: Penguin UK
  • ISBN: 1405914149
  • Category: Humor
  • Page: 480
  • View: 2925
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Is It Really Too Much To Ask? is the fifth book in Jeremy Clarkson's bestselling The World According to Clarkson series. Well, someone's got to do it: in a world which simply will not see reason, Jeremy sets off on another quest to beat a path of sense through all the silliness and idiocy. And there's no knowign what might catch Jeremy's eye along the way. It could be: -The merits of Stonehenge as a business model -Why all meetings are a waste of time -The theft of the Queen's cows -One Norwegian man's unique approach to showing his gratitude -Fitting a burglar alarm to a tortoise -Or how Lou Reed was completely wrong about what makes a perfect day Pithy and provocative, this is Clarkson at his best, taking issue with whatever nonsense gets in the way of his search for all that's worth celebrating. Why should we be forced to accept stuff that's a bit rubbish? Shouldn't things work? Why doesn't someone care? I mean, is it really too much to ask? It's a good thing we've still got Jeremy out there, still looking, without fear or favour, for the answers. Jeremy Clarkson becomes the hilarious voice of a nation once more in Is It Really Too Much To Ask?, Volume 5 of The World According To Clarkson, following bestselling titles The World According to Clarkson, And Another Thing, For Crying Out Loud and How Hard Can It Be?. Praise for Clarkson: 'Brilliant... laugh-out-loud' Daily Telegraph 'Outrageously funny... will have you in stitches' Time Out Jeremy Clarkson began his writing career on the Rotherham Advertiser. He now writes for the Sun and the Sunday Times and is the tallest person working in British television.

Trail of Death

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Trail of Death

Trail of Death

Alfredo Gomez and the Assassination of President Kennedy

  • Author: Joe McLaughlin
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • ISBN: 1425940463
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 500
  • View: 6930
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Alfredo Gomez, the greatest boxing hero ever to come from Mexico, wonders why two of his most promising boxers are not showing up at his gym. It turns out the two young men have given up boxing in order to travel down the Trail of Death, the notorious cocaine trail that leads from northern Mexico into Texas. Alfredo decides to disguise himself as a poor migrant worker and travel down the Trail himself. But Alfredo gets more than he bargained for. At the end of the Trail, he meets a graying middle-aged alcoholic United States senator, Senator John Henry Longfellow from Texas--the last living witness to the conspirators as they planned the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

The Lost Teachings of Atlantis

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The Lost Teachings of Atlantis

The Lost Teachings of Atlantis

& the Children of the Law of One

  • Author: Jon Peniel
  • Publisher: Windsor Hill
  • ISBN: 0971074097
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 382
  • View: 359
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This is the account of an American teenager who discovered a monastery in Tibet that was the inspiration for the legend of Shangri La. It might be categorized as a 'new age' or philosophy book, like the Celestine Prophecy, since it focuses on his spiritual training and their teachings in a novel-like format. Hard to believe, but interestingly, the sub-tropical region amongst the Himalayas that he describes finding, was later documented by explorers from National Geographic, then 'covered up' (there is still evidence of this). Also interesting is that the author was apparently mentioned in the Edgar Cayce readings (the famous American psychic whose books have sold millions of copies), as someone who would one day bring an important message to the world.

The Lemonade Reader

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The Lemonade Reader

The Lemonade Reader

Beyoncé, Black Feminism and Spirituality

  • Author: Kinitra D. Brooks,Kameelah L. Martin
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • ISBN: 0429945973
  • Category: Social Science
  • Page: 260
  • View: 7647
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The Lemonade Reader is an interdisciplinary collection that explores the nuances of Beyoncé’s 2016 visual album, Lemonade. The essays and editorials present fresh, cutting-edge scholarship fueled by contemporary thoughts on film, material culture, religion, and black feminism. Envisioned as an educational tool to support and guide discussions of the visual album at postgraduate and undergraduate levels, The Lemonade Reader critiques Lemonade’s multiple Afrodiasporic influences, visual aesthetics, narrative arc of grief and healing, and ethnomusicological reach. The essays, written by both scholars and popular bloggers, reflects a broad yet uniquely specific black feminist investigation into constructions of race, gender, spirituality, and southern identity. The Lemonade Reader gathers a newer generation of black feminist scholars to engage in intellectual discourse and confront the emotional labor around the Lemonade phenomena. It is the premiere source for examining Lemonade, a text that will continue to have a lasting impact on black women’s studies and popular culture.

Conduct Unbecoming

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Conduct Unbecoming

Conduct Unbecoming

How Barack Obama is Destroying The Military and Endangering Our Security

  • Author: Robert Patterson
  • Publisher: Simon and Schuster
  • ISBN: 159698161X
  • Category: Political Science
  • Page: 344
  • View: 8742
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Lt. Col. Robert Patterson—former Senior Military Aide to President Clinton—exposes how President Barack Obama’s national security policies are weakening our military and endangering America’s safety. From underfunding and misusing the military to his “Apology Tour” across Europe and the Middle East, President Obama has made America more vulnerable with both our allies and our enemies.

Stranger on a Train

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Stranger on a Train

Stranger on a Train

Daydreaming and Smoking Around America with Interruptions

  • Author: Jenny Diski
  • Publisher: Picador
  • ISBN: 1466853085
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 288
  • View: 3108
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The book about America de Tocqueville might have written had he spent some time in the nation's smoking sections Using two cross-country trips on Amtrak as her narrative vehicles, British writer Jenny Diski connects the humming rails taking her into the heart of America with the track-like scars leading back to her own past. As she did in the highly acclaimed Skating to Antarctica, Diski has created a seamless and seemingly effortless amalgam of reflection and revelation. Stranger on a Train is a combination of travelogue and memoir, a penetrating portrait of America and Americans that is at the same time an unsparing look in the mirror. Traveling and remembering both involve confronting strangers—those we have just met and those we once were—and acknowledging the play of proximity and separation. Diski has written a moving, courageous, and deeply rewarding book about who we are, and the landscapes through which we have passed to get there.

The Well Experience in the Wilderness

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The Well Experience in the Wilderness

The Well Experience in the Wilderness

Poetry Birthed from the Storm

  • Author: Shenequia Smith
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • ISBN: 1469116324
  • Category: Poetry
  • Page: 125
  • View: 434
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This book is a spiritual entrance into the authors life journey of wilderness, the scriptures and poetic expressions of depression, confusion, hurt, doubt, disappointment, etc, lead her to a well of hope, faith, strength, healing, wholeness and love. The author expressed her pain from suffering because she didnt know who she was and she had not yet tapped into her purpose and calling, but after she called, accepted and connected to her Savior, Jesus Christ, she was able to walk out her purpose and calling, as she persevered toward the promises of God.

Just Like Us

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Just Like Us

Just Like Us

The True Story of Four Mexican Girls Coming of Age in America

  • Author: Helen Thorpe
  • Publisher: Simon and Schuster
  • ISBN: 1439166250
  • Category: Social Science
  • Page: 400
  • View: 2573
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A powerful and moving account of four young women from Mexico who have lived most of their lives in the United States and attend the same high school. Two of them have legal documentation and two do not. Just Like Us is their story. A stunning work of in-depth journalism in the tradition of Random Family, Helen Thorpe's Just Like Us takes us deep into an American subculture -- that of Mexican immigrants -- largely hidden from the mainstream. We meet four girls on the eve of their senior prom, in Denver, Colorado. Each is bright and ambitious and an excellent student. Their leader, Marisela, dazzles teachers during the day and spends her evenings checking groceries to help pay the bills. She dreams of college and a professional career -- but she doesn't have a green card or a Social Security number because her parents brought her across the border illegally. Marisela's best friend, Yadira, shares her predicament. But they spend all of their time with two girls who are legal -- Elissa, who was born in the United States, and Clara, who has a green card. Each of the girls views the others as her equals, yet the world does not treat them that way. Their situation becomes increasingly painful and complex as the four young women approach adulthood, and Marisela and Yadira watch their two legal friends gain opportunities that are not available to them. All four hold American aspirations, but only Clara and Elissa have the documents necessary to realize those hopes. Their friendship starts to divide along lines of immigration status. Then a political firestorm begins. An illegal immigrant commits a horrendous crime in Denver, and a local congressman seizes on the act as proof of all that is wrong with American society. Arguments over immigration rage fiercely, and the girls' lives play out against a backdrop of intense debate over whether they have any right to live in the country where they have grown up. This brilliant, fast-paced work of narrative journalism is a vivid coming-of-age story about girlhood, friendship, and, most of all, identity -- what it means to fake an identity, steal an identity, or inherit an identity from one's parents and country. No matter what one's opinions are about immigration, Just Like Us offers fascinating insight into one of our most complicated social issues today. The girls, their families, those who welcome them, and those who object to their presence all must grapple with the same deep dilemma: Who is an American? Who gets to live in America? And what happens when we don't agree?

How to Understand Autism -- the Easy Way

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How to Understand Autism -- the Easy Way

How to Understand Autism -- the Easy Way

  • Author: Alexander Durig
  • Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
  • ISBN: 1843107910
  • Category: Psychology
  • Page: 135
  • View: 9705
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Durig provides ideas and examples that enable the reader to understand and recognize autism, and prepare for interaction with autistic people. He explains how autistic perception 'works' and how it yields autistic behaviours, to enable readers to see the world through the eyes of an autistic person, and thus change the way they perceive autism.

Choose Your Addiction

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Choose Your Addiction

Choose Your Addiction

  • Author: J. Charles Roberts
  • Publisher: J. Charles Roberts
  • ISBN: 1438984715
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 120
  • View: 3033
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