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Histoire Des Mystificateurs Et Des Mystifies by Paul LaCroix Book Resume:
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The Universe Within by Neil Shubin Book Resume:
In The Universe Within, Neil Shubin, one of the world's leading experts, reveals to us the extraordinary cosmic and evolutionary adventure of our own bodies. During the past 13.7 billion years (or so) since the Big Bang, our universe has evolved, stars have formed and died and our planet congealed from the matter in space. For aeons, the earth has circled the sun while mountains, seas and entire continents have come and gone. Against this epic backdrop, humanity's place in the cosmos can look tiny and insignificant. But as Neil Shubin shows in this revelatory new book, the one place where universe, solar system and planet merge is inside your body. Shubin shows how the origin of the Moon is tied to our internal body clocks; how the vast amounts of water on Earth and inside all living creatures crossed the deepest stretches of space to us; how strange fluctuations in the orbits within our solar system have led to our irregular ice-ages; and how tiny imbalances in the chaos immediately after the Big Bang can explain why matter exists at all. Delving below the earth's surface and into the frozen Arctic, exploring the smallest atomic structures and the vast reaches of space, Neil Shubin uncovers a sublimely beautiful, almost magical truth: that in every one of us lies the most profound story of all - how we and our world came to be. 'Shubin is not only a distinguished scientist, but a wonderfully lucid and elegant writer; he is an irrepressibly enthusiastic teacher ... a science writer of the first rank', Oliver Sacks Neil Shubin is a palaeontologist in the great tradition of his mentors, Ernst Mayr and Stephen Jay Gould. He has discovered fossils around the world that have changed the way we think about many of the key transitions in evolution and has pioneered a new synthesis of expeditionary palaeontology, developmental genetics and genomics. He trained at Columbia, Harvard and Berkeley and is currently a Professor in the Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy at the University of Chicago. His previous book is Your Inner Fish: The amazing discovery of our 375-million-year-old ancestor.
The Rejection of Consequentialism by Samuel Scheffler Book Resume:
In contemporary philosophy, substantive moral theories are typically classified as either consequentialist or deontological. Standard consequentialist theories insist, roughly, that agents must always act so as to produce the best available outcomes overall. Standard deontological theories, by contrast, maintain that there are some circumstances where one is permitted but not required to produce the best overall results, and still other circumstances in which one is positively forbidden to do so. Classical utilitarianism is the most familiar consequentialist view, but it is widely regarded as an inadequate account of morality. Although Professor Scheffler agrees with this assessment, he also believes that consequentialism seems initially plausible, and that there is a persistent air of paradox surrounding typical deontological views. In this book, therefore, he undertakes to reconsider the rejection of consequentialism. He argues that it is possible to provide a rationale for the view that agents need not always produce the best possible overall outcomes, and this motivates one departure from consequentialism; but he shows that it is surprisingly difficult to provide a satisfactory rationale for the view that there are times when agents must not produce the best possible overall outcomes. He goes on to argue for a hitherto neglected type of moral conception, according to which agents are always permitted, but not always required, to produce the best outcomes.
Not a Clue by Chloé Delaume Book Resume:
In this life-size game of Clue, six psychiatric patients in Paris's Saint Anne's Hospital are suspects in the murder of Dr. Black. Though Not a Clue tells the stories of these possible assassins, their lives, and what has brought them to the hospital, the true focus of Chloé Delaume's intense and tumultuous novel is not merely to discover the identity of the murderer. Rather, by cleverly combining humor with the day-to-day effects of life's unrelenting compromises, Not a Clue is an astute commentary on the current state of literary production and consumption. Masterfully juggling an omniscient narratrix, an accusing murder victim, at least six possible suspects as well as their psychiatrists, and a writer who intervenes by refusing to intervene, Delaume uses the characters, weapons, and rooms of the board game Clue to challenge--sometimes violently, sometimes playfully--the norms of typography, syntax, and narrative conventions.
The First Wives Club by Olivia Goldsmith Book Resume:
"Don't get mad. Get everything. When their best friend commits suicide over her divorce, Elise, Brenda and Annie decide enough is enough. Each was crucial to her husband's career. But now that the men are successful, they've traded in their wives for newer, blonder models. Over lunch one day they form the First Wives Club. But this is no support group. This is the SAS in Chanel. Painstakingly, inexorably, they plan the downfall of the men who've wrecked their lives - and know that revenge has never tasted sweeter..."
Reflections on the Guillotine by Albert Camus Book Resume:
'When silence or tricks of language contribute to maintaining an abuse that must be reformed or a suffering that can be relieved, then there is no other solution but to speak out' Written when execution by guillotine was still legal in France, Albert Camus' devastating attack on the 'obscene exhibition' of capital punishment remains one of the most powerful, persuasive arguments ever made against the death penalty. One of twenty new books in the bestselling Penguin Great Ideas series. This new selection showcases a diverse list of thinkers who have helped shape our world today, from anarchists to stoics, feminists to prophets, satirists to Zen Buddhists.
L'Âme Nègre by Jean Hess Book Resume:
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The Greeks by Terence N. Clark Book Resume:
Take an extraordinary journey through more than 5,000 years of Greek culture, from the Neolithic Era to the age of Alexander the Great. Featuring a selection of exquisite artifacts -- many that have never been exhibited outside Greece -- this is a souvenir of the most comprehensive exhibition on Ancient Greece to tour North America in a generation. Explore unparalleled archeological discoveries that reveal the epic stories of ancient Greek heroes, from Agamemnon's siege of Troy to Alexander the Great's conquest of most of the known world. From informative text and iconic images, gain an in-depth understanding of how the ancient Greeks viewed their world and themselves, in life and in death. Enter the passionate world of the Greek gods, including Aphrodite, Athena, Zeus and Poseidon, and be a witness to the birth of Western philosophy, democracy, poetry and theatre.
Tyra's Beauty Inside & Out by Tyra Banks,Vanessa Thomas Bush Book Resume:
In an inspirational guide for young women, the famed African-American supermodel shares her practical advice on how to make the most of one's natural beauty, arguing that self-confidence is the key to beauty and discussing such topics as nutrition, makeup, exercise, wardrobe, and more. Original. $75,000 ad/promo. Tour.
Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark by Laurence Gardner Book Resume:
The author of Bloodline of the Holy Grail focuses on another lost treasure of the bible, the Ark of the Covenant, retracing its path through history, and its mysterious disappearance, using biblical and Rosicrucian texts to unlock its secrets. Original.
Behind the Veil by Joanna Wayne Book Resume:
STEALTHY SEDUCTION Rumor had it that the secretive owner of the castle on the cliffs, Dr. David Bryson, had been hideously scarred in the accident that killed his fiancee. Now designer Becca Smith had been summoned to work in his home. Though she received mysterious warnings to stay away, nothing could keep Becca from meeting the man whose seductive voice made her burn for his touch. She was too young, too beautiful, too familiar. She awakened memories in David long buried…emotions that teetered on the edge of insanity. But he vowed to see Becca only from the shadows. Except when a killer attacked, David stepped from behind the veil of darkness to save the woman who was his only hope of salvation.
The Blue Notebook by André Juillard Book Resume:
Two men on the train, at different times, become obsessed with a beautiful woman who they only caught a glimpse of while passing her apartment. One, a lounge lizard, meets her in a very forward manner. At first amused by him, she then falls for the other more darkly romantic one. Then his journal appears mysteriously in her mailbox. She is shocked to find out how he had obsessed about her. It turns out the two men were friends. Now rivals, they are about to make a serious mess of each other's lives, leading to an ill-fated death. A deftly executed milestone, in full-colour .
Strange Bedpersons by Jennifer Crusie Book Resume:
Tess Newhart knows her ex-boyfriend Nick Jamieson isn't the right guy for her. He's caviar and champagne; she's take-out Chinese pot stickers. He's an uptight Republican lawyer; she was raised in a commune. He wants to get ahead in business; she just wants…him. But there's no way Tess will play second fiddle to his job. Yet somehow she finds herself agreeing to play his fiancée on a weekend business trip that could make or break Nick's career. And while he's trying to convince Tess that he needs her in his respectable world, Tess is doing her best to keep her opinions to herself and her hands off Nick.
Encounter with Tiber by Buzz Aldrin,John Barnes Book Resume:
An Apollo 11 astronaut and the Nebula Award–nominated author of Directive 51 present a novel that “conveys the wonder and promise of space” (Publishers Weekly). Born the year of the Moon landing, Chris Terence spends his life fighting to return humanity to that pinnacle. An engineering student with dreams of spaceflight, he finds upon graduation that the United States no longer has need for astronauts. Years of bureaucratic meddling have reduced the space program to a shell of itself, and it will take the greatest scientific find in history to send humanity skyward once more. After years battling budget hawks, Chris finally gets his chance to walk on the Moon. While there, he finds evidence of an ancient alien civilization, the Tiberians, who visited Earth’s satellite eight thousand years before. Understanding what happened to those long-forgotten travelers will define the lives of Chris and his son, as they fight against all odds to unlock the secrets of the universe. “The collaboration of the first man to pilot a moon lander (Aldrin) with a major voice in contemporary science fiction (Barnes) has produced a fascinating chronicle of man’s first encounter with alien intelligence” (Booklist).
Morrice and Lyman in the Company of Matisse by Lucie Dorais,Francois Gagnon,Michele Grandbois,Richard Foisy,John O'Brian,Marc Gauthier (Art historian) Book Resume:
Introduction ; Morrice and Lyman : the light of exile / Michèle Grandbois -- Morrice in North Africa : "bright colour is what I want" / Lucie Dorais -- The extraordinary delicacy of North African light : portfolio -- Morrice and Matisse : bedfellows under the sign of modernism / John O'Brian -- Endless summer : portfolio -- Lyman's encounter with Matisse / François-Marc Gagnon -- Decorative painting : portfolio -- The exhibition Some French impressionists as seen by John Lyman / Marc Gauthier -- The marvel of water : portfolio -- Morrice/Lyman/Matisse : intertwining journeys : chronology / Richard Foisy and Michèle Grandbois -- List of exhibited works.
The Battle of Dienbienphu by Jules Roy,Ralph Wetterhahn Book Resume:
A former French solier presents a compelling and evocative account of France's war with the anti-colonial Communist-led Vietminh that reached it's climax in the brutal battle for the valley of Dienbienphu, which eventually led to America's involvement in the Vietnam War. Original.
Sliver of Truth by Lisa Unger Book Resume:
Love hurts ... Sometimes it even kills It's like any other day in New York for freelance writer Ridley Jones. She collects some prints from her local photo lab expecting nothing more than a set of routine photographs. But when she looks more closely a shadowy figure of a man appears in almost every picture she's taken in the last year, just far enough away to make identification impossible. When she investigates further she soon discovers that everyone from the FBI to the criminal underworld wants to know who the man is - and where he is. And some people are prepared to kill to find out...
Connaught by Stephen Lucius Gwynn Book Resume:
"Connaught" by Stephen Lucius Gwynn. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
The Girl from the Chartreuse by Pierre Péju Book Resume:
The owner of the bookshop THE VERB TO BE, is a red-haired giant imprisoned in an enormous body and his solitude. One wet afternoon, driving a vanload of new and second-hand books, �tienneVollard knocks down and seriously injures a little girl, �va. In the hospital, he meets �va's mother, Th�r�se, a struggling single parent who lacks maternal instincts and whose dream is to be faraway, alone. Both are haunted by guilt: Th�r�se because of her lateness in collecting her daughter, and Vollard because he did not manage to stop his car on time (even if he knows that he could not have avoided -va: indeed she seemed to throw herself in front of the car). Vollard visits �va regularly while she is in a coma and reads books to her, while Th�r�se spaces her visits out. When �va eventually wakes up, she has become mute and is terribly weakened. A few weeks after �va has been sent to a rehabilitation centre in the Massif de la Chartreuse, Th�r�se gets a job faraway and asks Vollard to visit her daughter on her behalf. Soon, Vollard enjoys their walks in the mountain, where he tells her stories and poems he has memorized and tries to break her out of her mute, impassive shell. However, nothing seems to help "La Petite Chartreuse" - Vollard calls �va that way in reference to the monastic order of the Chartreux - to enjoy life again. She becomes weaker everyday to such a point that Vollard decides to find Th�r�se and to take her back to her daughter before it is too late . . .
Dangerous Masquerade by Janet Dailey Book Resume:
A romantic ruse unravels among the Alabama elite in the New York Times–bestselling author’s Americana novel of deception and desire. What was shy Los Angeles secretary Laurie Evans doing in Mobile, Alabama, for the weekend? Making good on a promise to meet the future in-laws. Not hers, but her cousin LaRaine’s. Like a fool, Laurie has agreed to masquerade as her cousin after the spoiled aspiring actress lands a movie role. LaRaine’s fiancé, millionaire hotel magnate Rian Montgomery, isn’t going to be there, and the rest of the Montgomery clan will never be the wiser. What could possibly go wrong? After spending her life in her cousin’s shadow, it’s Laurie’s turn to take a starring role—until Rian unexpectedly arrives at his family’s estate. To Laurie’s surprise, he agrees to the ruse. He has his reasons. Soon, a bride-to-be could be cut from the picture, a love affair will be turned upside down, and for Laurie, the dream of a dazzling romance will be no charade.
Dark Mission by Richard C. Hoagland,Mike Bara Book Resume:
The New York Times bestseller about the strange history of NASA and its cover-ups regarding its origins and extraterrestrial architecture found on the moon and Mars is even more interesting in its new edition. Authors Richard C. Hoagland and Mike Bara include a new chapter about the discoveries made by ex-Nazi scientist and NASA stalwart Wernher von Braun regarding what he termed "alternate gravitational solutions," or the rewriting of Newtonian physics into hyperdimensional spheres.
How To Get What You Want In The Workplace by John Gray Book Resume:
Men are from Mars, and Women are from Venus at home and at work! In this powerful book, John Gray turns his successful Mars and Venus healing advice towards work and success in modern times - from how to create and maintain positive relationships at work, how to maximize your potential; how to realize your creativity and more. With insightful advice for men and women, he stresses the need to focus on what you love and what is important in life in order to create lasting success. In How to Get What You Want in the Workplace, John Gray provides the ultimate guide for real and lasting success, and happiness and fulfilment at work.
The Tiny Little Woman by N.A Book Resume:
Help children build their vocabulary with Joy Readers, a set of 80 lively, leveled titles covering a broad range of topics and cultures. Individual and group lesson plans highlight strategies for reading instruction, and additional activities help ELL students master reading.
The Sky Is Not the Limit by Neil deGrasse Tyson Book Resume:
From the author of Astrophysics for People in a Hurry and the host of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, a memoir about growing up and a young man's budding scientific curiosity. This is the absorbing story of Neil deGrasse Tyson’s lifelong fascination with the night sky, a restless wonder that began some thirty years ago on the roof of his Bronx apartment building and eventually led him to become the director of the Hayden Planetarium. A unique chronicle of a young man who at one time was both nerd and jock, Tyson’s memoir could well inspire other similarly curious youngsters to pursue their dreams. Like many athletic kids he played baseball, won medals in track and swimming, and was captain of his high school wrestling team. But at the same time he was setting up a telescope on winter nights, taking an advanced astronomy course at the Hayden Planetarium, and spending a summer vacation at an astronomy camp in the Mojave Desert. Eventually, his scientific curiosity prevailed, and he went on to graduate in physics from Harvard and to earn a Ph.D. in astrophysics from Columbia. There followed postdoctoral research at Princeton. In 1996, he became the director of the Hayden Planetarium, where some twenty-five years earlier he had been awed by the spectacular vista in the sky theater. Tyson pays tribute to the key teachers and mentors who recognized his precocious interests and abilities, and helped him succeed. He intersperses personal reminiscences with thoughts on scientific literacy, careful science vs. media hype, the possibility that a meteor could someday hit the Earth, dealing with society’s racial stereotypes, what science can and cannot say about the existence of God, and many other interesting insights about science, society, and the nature of the universe. Now available in paperback with a new preface and other additions, this engaging memoir will enlighten and inspire an appreciation of astronomy and the wonders of our universe.
My People by Caradoc Evans Book Resume:
A respected member of the chapel, Zion, pronounces his wife mad and confines her to the hayloft. A man rides to the April fair to buy a heifer without blemish and acquire a wife. And God appears in a dream to a lonely farmhand, and tells him to dig for a talent under a ruined hut. These short stories depict the poverty and hardship endured by the peasants of west Wales in the Nineteenth Century. But they also reveal the meanness and cruelty of lives lived in ignorance, caught between the desire for love and the fear of violence, and oppressed by the dark power of the chapel minister and the idol he represents. First published in 1915, to great outrage and great acclaim, they retain their timeless quality as classics and their power to shock.