Things I’ve Said, But Probably Shouldn’t Have by Bruce Dern +

Things I’ve Said, But Probably Shouldn’t Have: An Unrepentant Memoir by Bruce Dern
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Overview: Bruce Dern has worked with practically every iconic actor and director in the last fifty years, and he’s not afraid to say what he thinks about all of them. His career has run the gamut from B movies to Z movies to becoming an Oscar nominee, and he’s created some of the most indelible performances in modern cinema. Now, in this uniquely funny memoir, he looks back over his amazing career, telling one memorable story after another and giving key insights into how placing artistic challenge over career development has kept one of Hollywood’s greatest actors from also being one of its most rich and famous.
People love reading about red carpet regulars, and Dern doesn’t disappoint. He writes candidly and unforgettably about working with Alfred Hitchcock, John Frankenheimer, Claude Chabrol, Jack Nicholson, Paul Newman, Bob Dylan, Matt Damon, Charlize Theron, Jane Fonda, John Wayne, and many more. Readers will discover why he turned down potentially career-making roles in The Godfather, Marathon Man, and Gandhi; why his prestigious family disowned him over a typo in the New York Times; and why, after he was already famous, he agreed to star in The Incredible Two-Headed Transplant, the second best two-headed transplant movie of 1971.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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La Tribune de Genève – 11/12 mai, 2019 [FR]

La Tribune de Genève – 11/12 mai, 2019 [FR]
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Overview: La Tribune de Genève (English: Geneva Tribune) is a Swiss French-language, regional day-to-day newspaper, revealed in Berliner layout by way of Edipresse in Geneva.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers

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La Tribune de Genève – 10 mai 2019 [FR]

La Tribune de Genève – 10 mai 2019 [FR]
Requirements: .PDF reader, 15.4 Mb
Overview: La Tribune de Genève (English: Geneva Tribune) is a Swiss French-language, regional day by day newspaper, printed in Berliner layout through Edipresse in Geneva.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers

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Just say sure : what I’ve realized about lifestyles, good fortune, and the pursuit of alternative

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Stalingrad Bitva Ve Vzduchu Leden 1942 Leden …

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The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Seen: Opening Your Eyes To Wonder [audiobook]

The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Seen: Opening Your Eyes to Wonder [Audiobook]

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The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Seen by Lisa Gungor

The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Seen: Opening Your Eyes to Wonder by Lisa Gungor
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 160 MB
Overview: Lisa Gungor thought she knew her own story: small-town girl meets boy in college and they blissfully walk down the aisle into happily ever after. Their Christian faith was their lens and foundation for everything – their marriage, their music, their dreams for the future. But as their dreams began to come true, she began to wonder if her religion was really representative of the "good news" she had been taught.
She never expected the questions to lead as far as they did when her husband told her he no longer believed in God. The death of a friend, the unraveling of relationships and career, the loss of a worldview, and the birth of a baby girl with two heart defects all led Lisa to a tumultuous place, one of depression and despair. And it was there that her perspective on everything changed. The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Seen tells the story of what can happen when you dare to let go of what you think to be true, to shift the kaleidoscope and see new colors and dimension by way of broken pieces.
Lisa’s eloquent, soul-stirring memoir brings you to a music stage before thousands of fans and a front porch where two people whisper words that scare them to the core. It is the story of how doubt can spark the beginning of deeper faith, how a baby born with a broken heart can bring love and healing to the hearts of many, and, ultimately, how the hardest experience in life often ends up saving us.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Seen by Lisa Gungor

The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Seen: Opening Your Eyes to Wonder by Lisa Gungor
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 160 MB
Overview: Lisa Gungor thought she knew her own story: small-town girl meets boy in college and they blissfully walk down the aisle into happily ever after. Their Christian faith was their lens and foundation for everything – their marriage, their music, their dreams for the future. But as their dreams began to come true, she began to wonder if her religion was really representative of the "good news" she had been taught.
She never expected the questions to lead as far as they did when her husband told her he no longer believed in God. The death of a friend, the unraveling of relationships and career, the loss of a worldview, and the birth of a baby girl with two heart defects all led Lisa to a tumultuous place, one of depression and despair. And it was there that her perspective on everything changed. The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Seen tells the story of what can happen when you dare to let go of what you think to be true, to shift the kaleidoscope and see new colors and dimension by way of broken pieces.
Lisa’s eloquent, soul-stirring memoir brings you to a music stage before thousands of fans and a front porch where two people whisper words that scare them to the core. It is the story of how doubt can spark the beginning of deeper faith, how a baby born with a broken heart can bring love and healing to the hearts of many, and, ultimately, how the hardest experience in life often ends up saving us.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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The Greatest Athlete (You’ve Never Heard Of) by Mark Hebscher

The Greatest Athlete (You’ve Never Heard Of): Canada’s First Olympic Gold Medallist by Mark Hebscher, Ron MacLean
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 3.9 MB
Overview: Canada’s first Olympic gold medallist couldn’t walk until he was ten, and became the greatest runner of his generation.

Who was the first Canadian to Win an Olympic Gold Medal? When Mark Hebscher was asked this simple trivia question, he had no idea that it would lead him on a two year odyssey, researching a man he had never heard of.

Paralyzed as a child and told he would never walk again, George Washington Orton persevered, eventually becoming the greatest distance runner of his generation, a world-class hockey player, and a brilliant scholar. A sports pioneer, Orton came up with the idea of numbered football jerseys and introduced ice hockey to Philadelphia. Orton’s 1900 Paris Olympic medals were credited to the United States for seven decades before the mistake was uncovered and rectified. Yet he is virtually unknown in Canada. Finally, his story is being told
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Where on Earth? Atlas: The World As You’ve Never Seen It Before

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20th Century: History As You’ve Never Seen It Before

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20th Century: History As You’ve Never Seen by Richard Overy

20th Century: History As You’ve Never Seen It Before by Richard Overy
Requirements: PDF Reader 37.40 MB
Overview: From global wars to the digital revolution, explore the world-changing events of the 20th century decade-by-decade with 20th Century. This is history as you’ve never seen it before – the events, the people and the political and cultural milestones that have shaped our world using a fresh new approach.
All the significant happenings of the last century are featured in a unique graphic style with photographic timelines, eyewitness photographs and storyboards capturing key historical moments as they unfolded.
A fascinating read for the whole family, 20th Century is an ideal one-stop reference.
Genre: Non-Fiction – History

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It Must’ve Been Something I Ate by Jeffrey Steingarten (ePUB)

It Should’ve Been One thing I Ate: The Return of the Man Who Ate All the things by Jeffrey Steingarten
Necessities: .ePUB reader, 2.1 MB
Overview: On this outrageous and delectable new quantity, the Man Who Ate All the things proves that he’ll do something to eat every thing. That features going fishing for his personal provide of bluefin tuna stomach; practically incinerating his oven in pursuit of the right pizza crust, and spending 4 days boning and stuffing three totally different fowl-into every other– to supply the Cajun specialty known as “turducken.”

It Should’ve Been One thing I Ate finds Steingarten testing the virtues of chocolate and connoisseur salts; debunking the mythology of lactose intolerance and Chinese language Meals Syndrome; roasting marrow bones for his canine , and providing recipes for every thing from lobster rolls to gratin dauphinois. The result’s a type of uncommon books which might be concurrently mouth-watering and side-splitting.
Style: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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I Wasn’t Born Bulletproof: Lessons I’ve Learned (So You Don’t Have To)

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