Ready to Come About by Sue Williams
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 5.6 MB
Overview: Three hundred nautical miles from shore, I’m cold and sick and afraid. I pray for reprieve. I long for solid ground. And I can’t help but ask myself, What the hell was I thinking?
When Sue Williams set sail for the North Atlantic, it wasn’t a mid-life crisis. She had no affinity for the sea. And she didn’t have an adventure-seeking bone in her body. In the wake of a perfect storm of personal events, it suddenly became clear: her sons were adults now; they needed freedom to figure things out for themselves; she had to get out of their way. And it was now or never for her husband, David, to realize his dream to cross an ocean, so she’d go too.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs
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East of Croydon by Sue Perkins
Requirements: .M4A/.M4B reader, 258 MB
Overview: A few years ago I was asked if I’d like to make a documentary on the Mekong River, travelling from the vast delta in Vietnam to the remote and snowy peaks of Tibet.
Up until that point, the farthest east I’d been was Torremolinos, in the Costa Del Sol.
Here’s the thing, I am scared of flying.I have zero practical skills.I can’t survive if I am more than a three minute walk from a supermarket.For the last seven years I have suffered with crippling anxiety.I bolt when panicked.I cannot bear to witness humans or animals in distress.I have no ability to learn languages.I am a terrible hypochondriac.And I am no good with boats.
So I said yes.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction
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Queen Takes Queen by Joely Sue Burkhart (Author) & Tristan James, Cassandra Myles(Narrators) (Their Vampire Queen #2)
Requirements: MP3 Player: Length: Length: 8 hrs and 22 mins; Size: 115mb;
Overview: How many Blood will come to the vampire queen’s call…and will they be able to protect her from the king?
For the first time in her adult life, Shara has plenty of money thanks to the Isador legacy – and she’s not alone. Daire and Rik are devoted lovers, but they know other Blood are coming. Blood who may challenge Rik for the coveted alpha spot at her back. As her power grows, so does her hunger. But without fangs, she fears she’ll never be the queen her Blood expect. More Blood means power struggles and complications, and she has no idea how to keep everyone happy. Worse, her dreams are quickly becoming something to fear.
Moving to establish her permanent nest, she can’t stop dreaming of the king. A massive monster. Chained in darkness. Lost to madness. He roars with fury in her dreams, demanding his release. But is he the key to unraveling her own mysterious past – or the most dangerous threat of all?
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction > Romance
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The Essence Practitioner: Choosing and using flower and other essences by Sue Lilly
Requirements: .PDF reader, 2 MB
Overview: This practical handbook covers everything you need to know to use flower and other essences effectively with clients.
Sue Lilly explains what is happening energetically when essences are at work and draws on her wealth of essence knowledge to provide guidelines on:
Assessing – techniques for testing clients, Choosing – how to select appropriate essences for a range of conditions, Using – new and innovative applications of essences, Creating – different methods of creating essences and guidelines for selling them, Expanding knowledge – how essences can be linked to chakras, meridians and subtle bodies and how this knowledge can enhance practice
This comprehensive guide is ideal for any student starting out or any practitioner wanting to explore new ways of using essences.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General
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In Montparnasse: The Emergence of Surrealism in Paris, from Duchamp to Dali by means of Sue Roe
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 27 MB
Overview: Witness the delivery of Surrealism in Sue Roe’s vigorous account of the artists who lived, beloved andworked in combination
In this entertaining and informative biography, Sue Roe illustrates how surrealism emerged in Paris amidst a creative atmosphere of vigorous experimentation. Before surrealism made its startling have an effect on, artists together with Marcel Duchamp and Giorgio De Chirico had already begun to shift the focal point of the artwork scene in Montparnasse. Beginning with Duchamp, Roe tells the tale of the splendidly eccentric and avant-garde Dada motion, the delivery of Surrealist pictures with Man Ray and his muse Kiki de Montparnasse, the affection triangle between author Paul Éluard, his spouse Gala and the artist Max Ernst, till the arriving of Salvador Dalí in 1929. In Montparnasse recounts the strange, innovative paintings those artists undertook up to the salons, café existence, friendships, rows and amorous affairs that had been their background.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General
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Designing the Editorial Experience: A Primer for Print, Web, and Mobile by means of Sue Apfelbaum, Juliette Cezzar
Requirements: .PDF reader, 21.1 MB
Overview: In an international of media that appears to be ever-changing, how will we outline what a newspaper, mag or magazine bodily is? Are we consuming our morning espresso on a Sunday as we sit down down and browse our newstablet? Look round any physician’s place of work ready room and you are going to to find two other people studying the similar mag, one maintaining the paper model, some other on their telephone. With such a lot of mediums, designers wish to review the most productive codecs to put across an article imaginative and prescient. In Designing the Editorial Experience, authors Sue Apfelbaum and Juliette Cezzar will speak about what it approach to design for more than one media. It options recommendation from pros in each the design and editorial fronts –and virtual strategists too– about what is continuous and what’s replacing within the box. Inside, you are going to to find examples of the most productive editorial design being produced lately. In addition, discover the audiences for content material, what paperwork the content material takes, and the way workflows are controlled. This e book supplies a primer at the components of editorial design that lead to wealthy, considerate, and rewarding editorial stories.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General Design
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Death on the Derwent: Sue Neill-Fraser’s Story by Robin Bowles
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 411 KB
Overview: Don’t fool yourself that the innocent never go to jail.
When Bob Chappell disappeared from his yacht, moored in the Derwent Estuary near the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania’s marina, on the night of 26 January 2009, he left behind his pipe and tobacco-something that his partner of 18 years, Sue Neill-Fraser, knew he would never willingly do. What she didn’t know was that despite no body, no weapon, no cause of death, and no witnesses, she would soon become the only suspect in Chappell’s disappearance.
In their haste to wrap up the case, the police charged Neill-Fraser with murder. In her eagerness to assist police, she virtually talked her way into their hands. And after a lengthy trial that resulted in a guilty verdict, the judge delivered Neill-Fraser a crushing 26-year sentence.
But was the verdict unsafe? Many of Australia’s leading legal minds think so, and other reasonable hypotheses have been mooted about what might have happened on the Derwent that night. The Tasmanian government has changed its laws to give Neill-Fraser one last crack at proving her innocence, because that is what it’s come to now-proving her innocence.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs
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All That Remains: A Life in Death by Sue Black
Requirements: .M4A/.M4B reader, 295 MB
Overview: For fans of Caitlin Doughty, Mary Roach, and CSI shows, a renowned forensic scientist on death and mortality.
Dame Sue Black is an internationally renowned forensic anthropologist and human anatomist. She has lived her life eye to eye with the Grim Reaper, and she writes vividly about it in this book, which is part primer on the basics of identifying human remains, part frank memoir of a woman whose first paying job as a schoolgirl was to apprentice in a butcher shop, and part no-nonsense but deeply humane introduction to the reality of death in our lives. It is a treat for CSI junkies, murder mystery and thriller fans, and anyone seeking a clear-eyed guide to a subject that touches us all.
Cutting through hype, romanticism, and cliché, she recounts her first dissection; her own first acquaintance with a loved one’s death; the mortal remains in her lab and at burial sites, as well as scenes of violence, murder, and criminal dismemberment; and about investigating mass fatalities due to war, accident, or natural disaster, such as the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. She uses key cases to reveal how forensic science has developed and what her work has taught her about human nature.
Acclaimed by bestselling crime writers and fellow scientists alike, All That Remains is neither sad nor macabre. While Professor Black tells of tragedy, she also infuses her stories with a wicked sense of humor and much common sense.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction Bios & Memoirs, True Crime
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Borrowed Time: The Science of How and Why We Age by Sue Armstrong
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 854 KB
Overview: The ageing of the world population is one of the most important issues facing humanity in the 21st century-up there with climate change in its potential global impact. Sometime before 2020, the number of people over 65 worldwide will, for the first time, be greater than the number of 0-4 year olds, and it will keep on rising. The strains this is causing on society are already evident as health and social services everywhere struggle to cope with the care needs of the elderly.
But why and how do we age? Scientists have been asking this question for centuries, yet there is still no agreement. There are a myriad competing theories, from the idea that our bodies simply wear out with the rough and tumble of living, like well-worn shoes or a rusting car, to the belief that ageing and death are genetically programmed and controlled.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical
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