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Screwed Up World 2

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Screwed Up World 2 by Tim Shumaker Book Resume:

Screwed-Up World 2 is the continuing saga about six teens who wake up in a zombie apocalypse. In the first book, which is out, they start out as teenagers and learn how to survive in a zombie world. In the second book, they had grown up and still fought to survive. They made friends along the way and lost them as well. They have to learn how to cope with the loss of those friends and keep moving. Jay Storm tells his story about his life in a zombie world as he writes in his journal in the hopes someone finds his journal and learns how to live in the zombie world he lived in.

Where Is God in a Messed-up World?

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Where Is God in a Messed-up World? by Roger Carswell Book Resume:

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10 Books that Screwed Up the World

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10 Books that Screwed Up the World by Benjamin Wiker Book Resume:

You've heard of the "Great Books"? These are their evil opposites. From Machiavelli's The Prince to Karl Marx's The Communist Manifesto to Alfred Kinsey's Sexual Behavior in the Human Male, these "influential" books have led to war, genocide, totalitarian oppression, family breakdown, and disastrous social experiments. And yet these authors' bad ideas are still popular and pervasive--in fact, they might influence your own thinking without your realizing it. Here with the antidote is Professor Benjamin Wiker. In his scintillating new book, 10 Books That Screwed Up the World (And 5 Others That Didn't Help), he seizes each of these evil books by its malignant heart and exposes it to the light of day.

Did God Screw Up?

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Did God Screw Up? by Th M. Victor Garrod Book Resume:

This book is the first of its kind from a lifetime of research which started out during the bombing raids by the Germans in 1941 (World War 2) in Plymouth, England, the second most heavily bombed city in England.Victor traces his remarkable journey over a period of more than 65 years. He offers an unsparing indictment of the American addiction to religion--from television to the Web. The American experiment with religion and right-winged wacko fundamentalism is an insult to the American intellectual who is a freethinker endowed with scientific intellectualism, freethought and enlightenment.The toxic dependency on American anti-intellectualism and anti-rationalism is proof religion has addled the minds of most Americans. This book offers ample proof that the god you think exists, doesn't exist at all. Two thousand years of lies are finally blown away by this book which reveals the total absurdity and ridiculousness of such a diabolical, theological pursuit.

Do We Need to Be So Screwed Up?!

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Do We Need to Be So Screwed Up?! by Suki Pryce Book Resume:

Modern life is full of problems - in individuals and in society too. Increasingly we see damaged and disturbed children, mental health problems, addictions of many kinds, antisocial behavior, and crime, violence and war. So it seems sensible to ask: does life have to be this way? Was it always like this for human beings? We ve been around for maybe as much as two million years: surely we didn t evolve to live such difficult and dysfunctional lives?Do We Need To Be So Screwed-Up?!sets out to discover the answer to this question and finds plentiful evidence to show that, on the contrary, human beings evolved to be naturally egalitarian, cooperative, and peaceful. Indeed, for over 95% of our history until about 10,000 years ago - that is how we were: kind, cheerful and happy! This is a paradigm-busting re-evaluation of human nature and our potential for happiness.

Screwed-Up School Reform

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Screwed-Up School Reform by Bruce S. Cooper,Richard G. Shear Book Resume:

The unspoken American promise is that each generation will lead a better, more successful life than the previous one. In earlier times, it was an education that provided the next generations a better life. For today’s children, though, decades of failed school reform have left a generation wondering if this promise has been broken.Despite policies, programs, and resources, American education does not live up to its expectations. In Screwed-Up School Reform, Richard G. Shear and Bruce S. Cooper reveal that generations of school reforms have actively worked to cure the symptoms of “broken schools,” but not the overarching, fundamental problems that permeate the system. Virtually an entire society has failed to understand the main problem with American education: children are rejecting its practices and conditions. But, the screwed-up education system is fixable, and it can be fixed now. If reformers focus instead on changing education’s foundation, then children will instead succeed at school and in their personal lives.

A World Without Color (Journey Series Book 2)

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A World Without Color (Journey Series Book 2) by Cassandra Blizzard Book Resume:

"With Race and Religion are at the forefront of modern discussion, A World Without Color could change the world for the better. If we are brave enough to read it." -iAuthorDB.com Can One Book Change The World? Possibly. Our society has fallen ill. The sickness is everywhere, permeating everything in our lives. The illness has become a way of life that seems to be osmotically absorbed. Like a virus that spreads and becomes pandemic, this sickness colors everything we do, everything we think, everything we believe that we are. And it won’t get any better until we understand the truth of it. This book is about the concepts that we hold fast to. These concepts have become such an important part of our existence that we’ve long ago forgotten who we are. We cling to these concepts because we have merged our identity with these concepts. The more tenaciously we cling, the more we forget who we are, and the more we become mired in the unreality we’ve created. Now these concepts define us, guide us, tell us what to do, and how to behave. Worst of all, these concepts tell us who we are. The concepts are wrong. It takes a courageous person to change the world for the better. Are you brave enough? Brave enough to look inward and understand? Are you ready to remember? Are you ready to change the world? A World Without Color is a thought provoking book that is designed to cause a shift in consciousness. It transcends race, religion and borders with its world changing views. It gets to the root of the issues that separate the people of the world and what separates us from true peace and happiness within ourselves. With this book, Cassandra intends to help you: Find true peace and happiness in your life. Shift your focus inward, toward the core self. Understand how our self-image can help or harm. Realize how powerful perceptions are. Live an active life not a re-active life. Rise above damaging labels. Understand how the core self offers balance and peace. Inner Peace Equals World Peace.

World War Ii 1939-1948

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World War Ii 1939-1948 by Bem Allen Book Resume:

I have always been fascinated by war and warriors. As a child, soldiers were my heroes and they still are. But as I matured and began to understand the horror of war and the extraordinary damage it does to those who fight, I have become passionate about preventing war. Evil is part and parcel of war and no form of it has been more demonic than the Nazis. To say they could not be resurrected is to deny that history repeats itself. Only if we are forever vigilant can we ensure that catasthophic war and the racist movements that so often enable it will never again threaten our existence. This book is my call for the eternal watchfulness that is our only hope for preventing war.

9 Presidents Who Screwed Up America

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9 Presidents Who Screwed Up America by Brion McClanahan Book Resume:

Of the forty-four presidents who have led the United States, nine made mistakes that permanently scarred the nation. Which nine? Brion McClanahan, author of The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Founding Fathers and The Founding Fathers' Guide to the Constitution, will surprise readers with his list, which he supports with exhaustive and entertaining evidence. 9 Presidents Who Screwed Up America is a new look back at American history that unabashedly places blame for our nation's current problems on the backs of nine very flawed men.

50 People Who Messed up the World

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50 People Who Messed up the World by Alexander Parker,Tim Richman Book Resume:

Who would top your list of the 50 people who have done the most to make the modern world a worse place? From despotic mass-murderers to sports cheats, and from corrupt politicians to truly dreadful celebrities, who has had the most damaging - or vexatious - impact in their particular sphere of modern life? This line-up of the very worst of the twentieth century and beyond includes the obvious candidates: those who have caused extraordinary damage through their murderous paranoia, brutal avarice, or demented self-regard - Stalin, King Leopold, Idi Amin and the like. But murderous dictators aside, there are plenty of others who deserve recognition for their role in making the world a significantly more dangerous or, at the very least, more annoying place: terrorist Carlos the Jackal; Robert Oppenheimer, the man who gave the world the atomic bomb; notorious sports cheat Lance Armstrong; and the one and only President Donald Trump, who has of course succeeded in making the world both more annoying and more dangerous. This perfectly focused spotlight on infamy is illustrated throughout by the razor-sharp wit of award-winning political cartoonist Zapiro.

A Place in This World

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A Place in This World by Emmy Grace Book Resume:

Strong and willful, born into the peak of the social ladder in Birmingham, Alabama, Zoe Von Buexhoveden has always had everything she thought she wanted. Until she was involved in a drunken driving accident, and does not realize that more was involved than alcohol, and more people were to blame than herself. She still thought she had the perfect life, when a small slip of the tongue turns everything upside down and sends her on a wild chase for the truth. Winding her way through lies all around her, and interwoven with the stories of six Alabama teenagers through her tinted lens, Zoe steadily grows to know the true meaning of life and honesty.

JFK'S WAR

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JFK'S WAR by Thomas Fleming Book Resume:

The most famous collision in American Navy history took place on a hot, starless, moonless night in 1943. PT109 was idling off the South Pacific island of Kolombangara. With virtually no warning, a Japanese destroyer smashed into the boat, slicing it in half and igniting its thousands of gallons of gasoline. PT109's commander and surviving crew were flung or leaped into the blazing water, beginning an ordeal that writers, relatives, and friends would use to create a drama that propelled John F. Kennedy to the presidency of the United States. Here, in this essay from New York Times bestselling historian Thomas Fleming, is the story of what really happened that night.

Duke (Dogs of World War II)

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Duke (Dogs of World War II) by Kirby Larson Book Resume:

With World War II raging and his father fighting overseas in Europe, eleven-year-old Hobie Hanson is determined to do his part to help his family and his country, even if it means giving up his beloved German shepherd, Duke. Hoping to help end the war and bring his dad home faster, Hobie decides to donate Duke to Dogs for Defense, an organization that urges Americans to "loan" their pets to the military to act as sentries, mine sniffers, and patrol dogs. Hobie immediately regrets his decision and tries everything he can to get Duke back, even jeopardizing his friendship with the new boy at school. But when his father is taken prisoner by the Germans, Hobie realizes he must let Duke go and reach deep within himself to be brave. Will Hobie ever see Duke, or his father, again? With powerful storytelling and gripping emotion, critically acclaimed author Kirby Larson explores the many ways bravery and love help us to weather the most difficult times.

The Law of Love

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The Law of Love by Wylark Day Book Resume:

What does it mean to be righteous? To be holy? By what standard will God judge us when we die? As the Bible tells us in 1Corinthians 8:2"And if any man think that he knoweth any thing, he knoweth nothing yet as he ought to know." For nearly two millennia, Christians have followed the philosophy of Asceticism: a philosophy which teaches that ignorance about sex is bestbecause it is based on Fear. Yet God's philosophy is LOVE; and to love requires knowledge. In this, the second volume of Sex and the Bible, we will therefore take a very close look at the teachings of the Bible, in order to discover what God really thinks about SEX. Roll over, St. Augustine!

The Silent Service in World War II

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The Silent Service in World War II by Edward Monroe-Jones,Michael Green Book Resume:

From the naval battle of Guadalcanal to rescuing George Bush Sr. in the Pacific, here are the stories of US submariners in WWII. The Silent Service in World War II tells the story of America’s intrepid submarine warriors in the words of the men who served and fought in the Pacific against Japan. When Pearl Harbor was attacked in 1941, the enemy had already deployed naval forces, but the United States was soon able to match them. By 1943, new Gato-class submarines were making a difference, carrying the war not just to the Japanese Imperial Navy, but to the vital merchant fleet that transported essential resources to the island country. Starting with the American victory at Guadalcanal, US submarine forces began to constrict the Japanese sea lanes. Operating independently and in wolfpacks, they attacked convoys operating beyond the range of American airpower, making daring forays even into Japanese home waters. Taking on Japanese warships, as well as rescuing downed airmen—including the grateful first President Bush—US submarines made an enormous contribution to our war against Japan. Aside from enemy action, the sea itself could be an extremely hostile environment—as many of these stories attest. From early war patrols in obsolescent, unreliable S-boats to modern fleet submarines roving the Pacific, the forty-six stories in this anthology offer a full understanding of life as a US Navy submariner in combat.

Racing The World

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Racing The World by Czar Book Resume:

This book shares the adventures Bill Blades has enjoyed since the age of 2. In it, you will find his experiences to be broad, fun and exciting. He shares business successes and personal defeats. Two things are constant. He demands a lot from himself and gives a lot of himself to others. He shares stories from the age of 2 to driving automobiles at 222 KPH and higher. You will find that the author is often living life at 222 – and faster. And quite a Maverick who has improved the lives of thousands of people, their families and corporations.

Welcome to Wally World

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Welcome to Wally World by Stephen Newman,C. D. Newman Book Resume:

Welcome to Wally World is a journal of one man's two years in retail management at Wal-mart Stores Inc. The journal "chronicles" his personal experiences working with the mega-retailer and exposes the good, bad, and sometimes the ugly side of the retail business giant, in a humorous and whimsical way. There is no book like this that gives you a detailed look into to the day-to-day operations at such a grassroots level. If you loved the outrageous and situational comedy of Laura Weisberger's The Devil Wears Prada with the heart felt realism of Barbara Ehrenreich's Nickel and Dimed, you'll love Welcome to Wally World.Written in a journal format, each day tells a different story with familiar themes. While each day ends, another adventure always seems to be just around the corner. Each story stands on its own as a mixture of humor, anecdotes, and some seriousness. Readers will laugh at the hilarious and sometimes insane behind the scenes antics. If shoppers only knew the story behind the scenes and now they do.Welcome to Wally World represents a real "grassroots" effort to capture experiences, emotions, and goings on inside the world's largest retailer. A number of books may have been written from the corporate perspective, but this work focuses on the people behind the power-those hardworking clerks and managers who actually move the products and stock the shelves to achieve those sales and gross profits. Having spent nearly two years involved with the detailed experiences depicted in the book, I feel uniquely qualified to bring these stories and anecdotes to the public eye. Mixed with humor, seriousness and irony, Welcome to Wally World is a personal journey of my professional life with the company.The "take away" from my experiences with Wal-mart led me to the writing style you'll find in the book. No personal names are used. What is important is that these events portrayed would happen regardless of the individuals involved. The implication is that people are simply "cogs" in the corporate machine. Each day, via diary format, illustrates my belief that the journey was like a series of crazy, wild, and unpredictable "movies" or sub-journeys all rolled into one brief career. Each day at work, stood on its own.

My Country Has Fallen and It Can't Get Up

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My Country Has Fallen and It Can't Get Up by Judy Forster Book Resume:

Why did Hurricane Katrina tell us so much about what is really happening in America today? Why are we not getting the leadership from those we have sent to the helms of our federal and state governments to represent us? Why are there so many more people finding it easier and more worth while to not work and let the rest of us take care of them? What do we need to do to help America back up!

The Breakdown

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The Breakdown by Tatton Spiller Book Resume:

We're living through The Breakdown. A time of enormous political upheaval and polarised opinion. Many of us feel ill-equipped to understand and debate the issues currently rocking our world. At last, here is a sane voice of reason that cuts through the noise. Brexit: a chance to take back control or taking us to the brink of disaster? Immigration: a strain on our country or a crucial part of our economy? Austerity: essential reduction of national debt or devastating cuts to public spending? Tax cuts: control over your money or a threat to the welfare system? Privatisation: Crucial efficiency-boosting competition or the ruthless destruction of our public services? Ban on plastics: saving the planet or excessive government interference? The Breakdown will give you all the tools to work out what's happening and why - and then empower you to do something about it.

Loyalties: A Novel of World War II

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Loyalties: A Novel of World War II by Thomas Fleming Book Resume:

New York Times bestselling author Thomas Fleming tells a haunting love story set against of the more perplexing and least explored chapters of World War II. In Berlin, Berthe von Hoffman dreams of an angel in the depths, embracing her husband's submarine – and remembers Kristallnacht, when Hitler declared all-out war on the Jews. The stench of evil in that memory draws her to the headquarters of Admiral Wilhelm Canaris, enigmatic head of the German secret service – and guiding spirit of the Schwarze Kapelle, the circle of courageous men and women who comprise the secret dangerous resistance to Nazism. Aboard the USS Spencer Lewis off Iceland, Lieutenant Commander Jonathan Trumbull Talbot is denouncing President Franklin D. Roosevelt's unconstitutional undeclared war against Germany when a torpedo fired by Berthe's husband, Kapitanleutnant Ernst von Hoffmann, cut the destroyer in half. Out of this conjunction grows a tormented tangle of love and jealousy and patriotic deceit when the three meet in Spain after Pearl Harbor has catapulted American into the war. By that time, Talbot's criticism of the president has wrecked both his naval career and his marriage to Annie Richman, daughter of a congressman whose power depends on FDR's political wizardry. When Talbot returns from Spain to urge negotiations with Canaris and other leaders of the German resistance, Annie, now a powerful journalist, becomes a player in the struggle for the mind of the intransigent, mortally ill president. At its gripping climax, Loyalties draws everyone into an anguished confrontation with the limits of patriotism and God's baffling role in the middle of human destiny. From murderous contests between rival intelligence agencies in Spain to the labyrinthine political machinations in Washington, London, and Berlin to warfare beneath the North Atlantic, Loyalties is a dazzling mosaic of men and women caught in the crossfire of history – yet finding in the midst of destruction and chaos inexplicable glimpse of meaning and hope.