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The Finest Hours

The Finest Hours

by Michael J. Tougias, Casey Sherman
224 Pages · 2010 · 1.5 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
The Day It Finally Happens
by Mike Pearl
304 Pages · 2019 · 17  MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The Day It Finally Happens is the commentary, science essays, natural disaster and happiness book which shares the future of humans in different scenarios. Mike Pearl is the author of this impressive book. We are living on the planet which is not secure for humans anymore. The threat is inside the humans and no one is going to attack them from outside. Today, seven countries have an atomic bomb and what will happen if two of them open their fires. The relation between three superpowers countries Russia, China and America are growing more complicated with the passage of time. What will happen if the WWIII started? What if there is no war in the future and what if humans are attacked by aliens. If the WWIII begins then it will take humanity towards Stone Age. Billions of people will be killed in a few days and Billions will die on the after-affects. The earth will stop producing the corps and there will be a severe crisis of food. The whole economy of the world will collapse and there will be no technology left except the printer. The ozone layer will be removed and the sun will start damaging the skins. In short, human life will become worse for those who left alive.
The Ship of Dreams
by Gareth Russell
448 Pages · 2015 · 45  MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Ship of Dreams: The Sinking of the Titanic and the End of the Edwardian” is a great Britain history book. Gareth Russell is the author of this history book. Gareth Russell is a historian and writer. He studied History at the University of Oxford and completed his postgraduate in Medieval History at Queen’s University, Belfast. He is the author of several history books and all of them are worth to read. In this book, Gareth Russell describes the story in April 1912, six notable people who lived on the ship of a dream, “the RMS Titanic”, but they all are drowned with the Titanic. The research alone must have been exhaustive and extensive. Gareth Russell included the political climate in Belfast and the rest of Ireland where the Titanic was built as well as both the political and social climate of Europe and America. The author also debunks the popular conspiracy theories about the sinking of the Titanic and the rumors that followed some of the passengers both alive and dead. To know about further of the Titanic ship and their passengers, read this history book.
by Martin W. Sandler
320 Pages · 2015 · 6.1MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“Resolute: The Epic Search for the Northwest Passage and John Franklin, and the Discovery of the Queen’s Ghost Ship” is a perfect book to anyone interested in 18th century arctic exploration. Martin W. Sandler is the author of this awesome and beautiful book. The book is mainly about the search for the Northwest Passage and the missing Franklin Expedition. These subjects definitely make the book worthwhile, particularly the latter. “The longest and most expensive search and rescue mission ever undertaken” lasted twelve years, involved scores of ships and thousands of officers and men and saw its share of the good (Lady Franklin and Capt. Henry Kellet), the bad (Sir Edward Belcher), and the ugly (Lt. Robert McClure) along the way. Perhaps stories discovered by Hall were attributed to Rae in the film. Sandler definitely used the documentary in his work as, towards the end, he used direct quotes from expert analysts from “Arctic Passage.” The most important part of this book for this reviewer is the examination of the search expeditions that set out to find Franklin. The work is well-researched with an epilogue on the fates of some of the principal players, Timeline of events, an illustration of the plans for the “HMS Resolute,” instructions given to Sir John Franklin, 23 pages of chapter notes, and illustrations throughout along with two sections of glossy photos. The story of the search expeditions, though, is full of intrigue and the character development is such that this reviewer acquired strong likes and even stronger dislikes of some of the people involved. Overall, “Resolute” is highly recommended to readers interested in maritime history.
The Weather Detective
by Peter Wohlleben
208 Pages · 2018 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The Weather Detective is the weather, rivers in the earth and scientific experiments book that discusses in detail the weather and its sudden behaviors. Peter Wohlleben is the author of this fascinating book. This guide will show you how to decipher nature’s secret signs to unlock the biggest mysteries. It’s a big art to study weather and this book teaches people to study the weather like an expert. After a long time, this guide is translated into the English language. Peter shows the deep love of nature that is incredible to find for the readers to look up the things. The reader will find out the answers of various questions like at what temperature do the bees fly and stay home. How flowers scents and birdsong can help people to calculate the time. Why southerly winds that come in winter carry storms? Why do the birds leave the place like never existed? How did scientists know about the earthquake and tsunami with the behaviors of birds? This book also contains information about the latest discoveries that are useful and interesting. Peter shares the ancient forgotten lore that helps the reader to understand the secret signs of nature.
Mastery, Tyranny, and Desire
by Trevor Burnard
334 Pages · 2015 · 3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“Mastery, Tyranny, and Desire: Thomas Thistlewood and His Slave in the Anglo Jamaican World” is an interesting and knowledge giving historical book which gives us an account of the master-slave relationship which existed in past and in some countries it still exists. This revolutionary book is written by Trevor Burnard. He studied and taught history for many years and wrote a famous book named Creole Gentleman: The Maryland Elite. Here the author tells us how people used to live in the past and how much they followed their trends. He described the most vibrant but harsh traditions and cultures of developed countries and brutalities associated with those systems and traditions. The book gives a detailed account of the white rule used in the past by the masters crudely on the slaves. The author tells us that they were not treated like a human. Their life was full of physical and mental torture. Here the book enlightens the way in which these trends were uprooted but in some areas of both developed and developing countries it still exists which is the biggest hurdle to the progress and development of the country. In short, the book is entertaining, encouraging, and full of interest for readers who want to study history and culture.