Sam Ovens – Uplevel Consulting 2019

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Patrick Lee – Dark Site (Sam Dryden #3)

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Sam Hunt: Off the Road by Colin Hogg, Sam Hunt

Sam Hunt: Off the Road by Colin Hogg, Sam Hunt
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 8.7MB
Overview: An off-the-road biography of New Zealand’s best-known poet Thirty years after Hogg and Hunt collaborated on the now-legendary Angel Gear: Off the Road with Sam Hunt, the pair have decided to throw caution to the wind and proceed without doctors’ certificates, to create an older, possibly wiser twin to that earlier book. A backstage pass to the private side of one of our most public people, Sam Hunt: Off the Road is a wild, hilarious, no-holds-barred book about the non-stop life and poems of a man New Zealand thinks it knows, until now. Part conversation, part story-telling, part poems, it’s also a book about friendship, solitude, love, death, self-destruction and endurance. With photographs and poems, some old, some new.
Genre: Non-fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Sam Goudsmit and the Hunt for Hitler’s Atom Bomb


Sam Goudsmit and the Hunt for Hitler’s Atom Bomb
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Play It Again, Sam by Andrew Horton, Stuart Y. McDougal

Play It Again, Sam: Retakes on Remakes by Andrew Horton, Stuart Y. McDougal
Requirements: .PDF reader, 5.7 MB
Overview: Play It Again, Sam is a timely investigation of a topic that until now has received almost no critical attention in film and cultural studies: the cinematic remake. As cinema enters its second century, more remakes are appearing than ever before, and these writers consider the full range: Hollywood films that have been recycled by Hollywood, such as The Jazz Singer, Cape Fear, and Robin Hood; foreign films including Breathless; and Three Men and a Baby, which Hollywood has reworked for American audiences; and foreign films based on American works, among them Yugoslav director Emir Kusturica’s Time of the Gypsies, which is a "makeover" of Coppola’s Godfather films. As these essays demonstrate, films are remade by other films (Alfred Hitchcock went so far as to remake his own The Man Who Knew Too Much) and by other media as well.

The editors and contributors draw upon narrative, film, and cultural theories, and consider gender, genre, and psychological issues, presenting the "remake" as a special artistic form of repetition with a difference and as a commercial product aimed at profits in the marketplace. The remake flourishes at the crossroads of the old and the new, the known and the unknown. Play It Again, Sam takes the reader on an eye-opening tour of this hitherto unexplored territory.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Nelson: Battle of the Nile by Sam Willis

Nelson: Battle of the Nile: A Ladybird Expert Book (The Ladybird Expert) by Sam Willis
Requirements: EPUB Reader 17.48 MB
Overview: – Why was the Battle of the Nile so decisive in the French Revolutionary Wars?
– Why did the French believe they were unassailable?
– And why did Nelson and the British win?
TRACK the revolutionary roots and dramatic turning points of the British Royal Navy’s glorious victory over the French naval expedition to Egypt. From Napoleon’s rise to prominence to Nelson’s celebrated tactical leadership, discover how this significant battle changed the face of the French Revolutionary Wars.
THE BATTLE THAT CHANGED THE BALANCE OF POWER IN EUROPE
Written by historian, archaeologist, and broadcaster Sam Willis, Nelson: Battle of the Nile is a thrilling and accessible account of the naval battle that established Nelson’s fame.
Genre: Non-Fiction – History

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Nelson: Battle of the Nile by Sam Willis

Nelson: Battle of the Nile: A Ladybird Expert Book (The Ladybird Expert) by Sam Willis
Requirements: EPUB Reader 17.48 MB
Overview: – Why was the Battle of the Nile so decisive in the French Revolutionary Wars?
– Why did the French believe they were unassailable?
– And why did Nelson and the British win?
TRACK the revolutionary roots and dramatic turning points of the British Royal Navy’s glorious victory over the French naval expedition to Egypt. From Napoleon’s rise to prominence to Nelson’s celebrated tactical leadership, discover how this significant battle changed the face of the French Revolutionary Wars.
THE BATTLE THAT CHANGED THE BALANCE OF POWER IN EUROPE
Written by historian, archaeologist, and broadcaster Sam Willis, Nelson: Battle of the Nile is a thrilling and accessible account of the naval battle that established Nelson’s fame.
Genre: Non-Fiction – History

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Sam Bungey, Jennifer Forde – West Cork

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The Moral Landscape by Sam Harris

The Moral Landscape by Sam Harris
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 341KB
Overview: In this explosive new book, Sam Harris tears down the wall between scientific facts and human values, arguing that most people are simply mistaken about the relationship between morality and the rest of human knowledge. Harris urges us to think about morality in terms of human and animal well-being, viewing the experiences of conscious creatures as peaks and valleys on a "moral landscape." Because there are definite facts to be known about where we fall on this landscape, Harris foresees a time when science will no longer limit itself to merely describing what people do in the name of "morality"; in principle, science should be able to tell us what we "ought" to do to live the best lives possible.
Bringing a fresh perspective to age-old questions of right and wrong and good and evil, Harris demonstrates that we already know enough about the human brain and its relationship to events in the world to say that there are right and wrong answers to the most pressing questions of human life. Because such answers exist, moral relativism is simply false and comes at increasing cost to humanity. And the intrusions of religion into the sphere of human values can be finally repelled: for just as there is no such thing as Christian physics or Muslim algebra, there can be no Christian or Muslim morality.
Using his expertise in philosophy and neuroscience, along with his experience on the front lines of our "culture wars," Harris delivers a game-changing book about the future of science and about the real basis of human cooperation.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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Unwind by Michael Olpin,‎ Sam Bracken (.M4B)

Unwind!: 7 Principles for a Stress-Free Life by Michael Olpin,‎ Sam Bracken
Requirements: .M4A/.M4B reader, 69 MB
Overview: This book by Michael Olpin, a top-notch stress expert, and Sam Bracken, a no-longer-stressed-out writer, stands out from other books on stress management in one significant way: its "whole-person" approach. Unwind! is about optimizing your body, heart, mind, and soul, recognizing that any and all of these dimensions of your life affect your anxiety level. It helps you get clear about who you are as well as your priorities and goals. The authors show you how to take charge of your life and how to make better choices that will prevent stress in the first place.
The authors explore seven key paradigm shifts, from reactive to proactive; unmotivated to inspired; pressured to prioritized; hassled to harmonious; anxious to empathic; defensive to diverse; and tense to tranquil. Delving deep into each of these paradigm shifts, readers learn how to prevent most of the daily stresses people typically experience, by getting at the roots of stressors.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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Fighting for Uncle Sam by John P. Langellier

Fighting for Uncle Sam: Buffalo Soldiers in the Frontier Army by John P. Langellier
Requirements: EPUB Reader 35.06 MB
Overview: Reflects a deep appreciation and understanding of the black military experience in the American West. This well illustrated overview took nearly 50 years of research in archives and private collections across the nation and appears 150 years after congress established the regiments manned by men now known as buffalo soldiers.
Genre: Non-Fiction – History

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Sam Ovens – Consulting Accelerator Collection

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Suburban Legends by way of Sam Stall

Suburban Legends: True Tales of Murder, Mayhem, and Minivans by way of Sam Stall
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 11.4 Mb
Overview: It’s a Terrible Day within the Neighborhood

They advised you the suburbs had been a great spot to reside. They mentioned not anything dangerous may just ever occur right here.
But they had been incorrect.

This number of terrifying true tales exposes the darkish aspect of lifestyles within the ‘burbs-from corpses buried in backyards and ghosts lurking in rapid meals eating places to UFOs, vanishing individuals, strange apparitions, and worse.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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Sam Phillips: The Man Who Invented Rock n Roll [Audiobook]

Sam Phillips: The Man Who Invented Rock n Roll [Audiobook]

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