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  • Heavy Is the Torch

    Balboa Press. 2016. ISBN: 9781504352024,1504352025. 228 pages.

    Weve all heard the old adage, If you love something, set it free. If it comes back, it was meant to be. Love is fickle and often pushes us to let go. But what if letting go was not an option? In Heavy Is the Torch, we experience a journey toward oneness like no other. In this, her compelling debut memoir, McBea explores the boundaries and freedom in loving, of staying strong, and receiving in return a momentum of unconditional love far exceeding the imagination. Her enthralling true story is...

  • Carrying the Torch

    U of Nebraska Press. 2018. ISBN: 9780803215511,0803215517. 170 pages.

    The stories in this collection occupy a world at once as familiar as a suburban backyard or a southern college's hallowed football field and as strange as a man who buys Savannah, Georgia, and tries to turn it into the perfect Southern city as part of his attempt to win back his estranged wife. The fictional territory of Carrying the Torch , is in short, Brock Clarke's, one in which the surreal and the hilarious share a neighborhood with the painfully real and the sweetly ironic. Here readers...

  • Faster

    Penguin UK. 2014. ISBN: 9788184759518,8184759517. 328 pages.

    Our phones, computers and tablets are getting more powerful—but how many of us know the ways to get the most out of them? Bestselling author Ankit Fadia shows you how. • Send an email in the future • Fake an incoming call on your mobile phone • Catch a cheating partner red-handed! • Remember where you parked your car • Block inappropriate websites from your kids • Automate tasks on your mobile phone • Hide files inside photographs! Faster: 100 Ways to Improve Your Digital Life contains all...

  • The Girl in the Torch

    HarperCollins. 2015. ISBN: 9780062227973,0062227971. 304 pages.

    The Invention of Hugo Cabret meets True Grit in this heartfelt novel of resilience, hope, and discovering a family where you least expect it, from award-winning author Robert Sharenow. At the dawn of the twentieth century, thousands of immigrants are arriving in the promised land of New York City. Twelve-year-old Sarah has always dreamed of America, a land of freedom and possibility. In her small village she stares at a postcard of the Statue of Liberty and imagines the Lady beckoning to her....

  • Why Democracies Need Science

    John Wiley & Sons. 2017. ISBN: 9781509509645,150950964X. 200 pages.

    We live in times of increasing public distrust of the main institutions of modern society. Experts, including scientists, are suspected of working to hidden agendas or serving vested interests. The solution is usually seen as more public scrutiny and more control by democratic institutions – experts must be subservient to social and political life. In this book, Harry Collins and Robert Evans take a radically different view. They argue that, rather than democracies needing to be protected...

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