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A Taste of Power

A Taste of Power

by Elaine Brown
452 Pages · 1993 · 8 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
A Mind Spread Out on the Ground
by Alicia Elliott
255 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“A Mind Spread Out on the Ground” is a story of love, loss, heartbreak, and unbreakable bonds. This novel is written by Alicia Elliott. This is a gorgeous story about how life doesn’t always work out the way we want it to, but if we’re willing, we can still make it a great life. It is a good compelling story, engaging and, easy to read. This is the perfect holiday novel, you can pick it up and get straight back into the story. The novel “A Mind Spread Out on the Ground” is an enjoyable story that moves along at a good pace. It is not too quickly, but at a pace that keeps the reader engaged waiting to discover the outcome. It has a satisfactory ending which is a little predictable but ties up all the loose ends. Some of the male characters are a little too good to be true but that doesn’t spoil any part of the story. The author switches between the two time periods effortlessly and easily which doesn’t always happen in these kinds of books.
A Rumor of War
by Philip Caputo
384 Pages · 2017 · 1.5 MB · 4,209 Downloads · New!
A Rumor of War is the biography, history, memoir and war book which shares the devastating history of the Vietnam War who ends up in killing millions of people. Philip Caputo is the author of this remarkable book. Philip is the award-winning journalist and novelist. He born in Chicago and spend his childhood in a town. After graduating from the university he joins the U.S. Marine Corps. He has written seventeen books which include five general books, nine novels, and two memoirs.
All I Ever Wanted
by Hachette Original., Kathy Valentine
0 Pages · 2015 · 19 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“All I Ever Wanted: A Rock ‘n’ Roll Memoir” is an impressive and attention-seeking book in which the author tells us the story of success and then the decline of her own life. The book entails the drug addiction, rape, and abortion that she faced after the decline of her band. This formidable and emotional book is written by Kathy Valentine and Hachette Original. They are the most wanted authors for discussing the bitter realities and pains of life. Here the book tells us the journey of Kathy from her childhood to a famous singer having her own band which was known for his fame for more than 10 years but then the life of the author took a turn and the time of decline started. Here author wanted to make us realize that you cannot hold on the things which you are going to lose regardless of the efforts you made. Everything has time and it starts declining after that but the losses that it causes are very dangerous. The author also faced a similar situation and she got addicted to drugs and was raped when she was in depression. Concluding, the book is highly emotional and worthy for readers who have not seen the harsh times of life.
Beyond Belief
by Jenna Miscavige Hill
416 Pages · 2015 · 4.4MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“Beyond Belief: My Secret Life Inside Scientology and My Harrowing Escape” is an incredible story of a young girl brought up in Scientology. Jenna Miscavige Hill is the author of this comprehensive book. This is an amazing book to anyone thinking of joining a church, cult or just to learn from the eyes of a child the harrowing stories of abuse doled out to children of a very young age. Beyond Belief provides a fascinating glimpse into life within the Scientology organization and the tactics used to cow its members into submission. The book is very well-written and extremely engrossing. It’s a must-read for anyone interested in the inner world of Scientology. This is a great book for those who want to see how “the other half” lives. It will truly surprise people about how children in these groups are raised & how much control is exercised over all members. Shocking in some places & very informative for all. The author tells the story of overcoming her brainwashing, and her story takes the reader inside the world of Scientology. This book tells the story of how the children are brainwashed, and how Jenna and her husband, Dallas, overcame the indoctrination of their Scientology upbringing. Bravo to the brave and courageous men and women who leave Scientology and begin their own lives outside the church. This book is very inspirational and a must-read for everyone. An incomparable story of what can happen to a child and the ability to function when they have been subjected to isolation, hard labor, malnourishment, fear and a constant barrage of rules, interrogation, and separation from family and friends. An incredible journey from age two until as a young woman, in love with her husband, forbidden to have children, whose marriage was being destroyed by whims of the church found the strength to leave the only life she knew. A story so remarkable it must be read in order to comprehend what is happening in this present day and age. A good insight, into the world of Scientology. Well written, and easy to understand the concept of this cult. A very good book.
by Eric Clapton
352 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Clapton: The Autobiography” explains the biography of Eric Clapton. The author of this book is Eric Clapton. He is an icon, a living embodiment of the history of rock music. He born in 1945 and raised by his grandparents. Eric never knew his father. In his early teens, his solace was the guitar and his incredible talent would make him a hero in the clubs of Britain and inspire devoted fans so scrawl “Clapton is God” on the walls of London’s underground. Eric became a worldwide superstar. This is probably the best compilation of music spanning Clapton’s career to this point. It is well arranged and has a great flow. He is also sharing his journey through his compilation. During the seventy years, he had overcome his addiction and released the bestselling album 461 Ocean Boulevard. Eric touches love song to Pattie, whom he finally married at the end of 1979. A short time later, Eric had replaced heroin with alcohol as his preferred vice following a pattern of behaviour that not only was detrimental to his music but contributed to the eventual breakup of his marriage. In the eighties, Eric begins his recovery from alcoholism and become a father. His beloved son who is four years old died in a freak accident. Eric might have coped with this tragedy by feelings into a world of addiction. Now he is a stronger man. In short, Clapton is an inspiring story of a survivor.
Everything That Remains
by Ryan Nicodemus
232 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Everything That Remains: A Memoir by the Minimalists” is a best-selling biographies book. The author of this memoir book is Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus. Both are international speakers who write and speak about living a meaningful life with less stuff. They write numerous fiction and non-fiction books and all of them are life-changing. They have been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribute, and many other outlets. This memoir book reveals, Millburn lives a very happy life with his family. He thought he had everything somebody could forever want. When he was just near about twenty-eight years, he lost his mother and his marriage in the same month. After this, his life started to change. When Millburn was 32 years old, he lives hand to mouth. He paid off loads of crippling debt and then walked away from his bright career. In addition, Everything That Remains is a wonderful biography book. This biography book engages all the reader from start to end of the page. Furthermore, this memoir book describes how two guys decided to quit their corporate jobs and simplify their lives. To sum it up, Everything That Remains is a motivational self-help book.