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Luciano Pavarotti was one of the best-loved international personalities of the 20th century. A singer who broke free of opera houses to perform before massive audiences in huge arenas around the world, becoming in the process the richest opera singer in history. [Continued]
“This powerful and poignant novel is at once a thriller about the art world and an exploration of the mysteries of human consciousness. It announces the arrival of a bold new fictional voice. A must read.” Jason Cowley, Editor-in-chief, The New Statesman
On the face of it, septuagenarian Peter is enjoying an idyllic holiday cruising the Mediterranean with his wife Joan. However, their sight-seeing plans are unexpectedly thrown into disarray when Peter falls ill and then meets the enigmatic Doctor Souter who soon makes it apparent that he is on an entirely different voyage of discovery than the one he had imagined. [Continued]
The Book: Enclosed is a collection of giant crossword puzzles. These are ideal as a viable way to enrich your vocabulary, and have fun while doing it. The crosswords are suitable as a brainteaser, a valuable pastime and learning tool, for schools and homes, and for all ages from teenage upward. The word search puzzles are another instructional device, with a focus on major geographical areas of interest all over the world. Have fun.
Sentenced to Purgatory until he has atoned for his sins, Nate finds himself in a world of violence and vice from which there is no escape. Under the tutelage of a former Roman legionary named Marcus, Nate prepares for an eternity defending the realm of Tinelia from the monstrous creatures that roam the lands of the dead.
Yet nightmarish creatures are not the only dangers that lurk in the shadows. Far away is the mighty Imperium. Led by an emperor who claims to be chosen by God. Chosen to rule over all the souls of the dead, and he is hard at work. [Continued]
I wrote this book to help and support young managers who are trying to enhance their understanding of and improve their negotiating skills. Based on over 50 years of experience of negotiating in the UK supply chain industry, using real life examples from personal experience, some technical and some theoretical data it covers every aspect of negotiating./This book can be used by any manager in any industry. [Continued]
A Fire Demon is a semi mythical entity that can occur on any land mass, but usually in the desert. It starts as a small whirlwind. A zephyr even. It gathers momentum and then collects fire from anywhere. From a small campfire to depressions in the desert which exposes the earth's magma. These whirlwinds get so hot, even the sand glows red. Everything it touches it destroys. Nomads have attributed forms to these whirlwinds.
A human body found burned to ashes on the floor of a London apartment, and a notorious female criminal still on the run twenty years after she’s supposed to be dead...
These are just some of the problems facing police officer Keith Parker as he finds himself inexorably drawn into a very dark and dangerous situation the like of which he has never encountered before in all his years working for the London Met.
Who is the mysterious woman called Sterling? ...
English - Russian Dual Language Book
A collection of stories about aspects of life in modern Britain.
It is presented in dual language format, which makes reading, translating and self-checking very convenient while you enjoy the content and idea of the story.
The book is highly recommended for students of moderate and advanced level in Russian.
Read! Learn! Enjoy!
This book doesn’t care about your job title
(It doesn’t really care if you call yourself a leader)
It does care that we move on from talking about grit, resilience, gravitas, confidence and commerciality as if that’s the way we create the world we’re longing for.
It cares that we stop walking ourselves into burnout or choosing to die in a ditch over things that don’t matter much at all. It cares that we stop treating work as a daily battle.
It deeply cares that we learn how to apply more heart and wisdom to what we do.
When all you've ever dreamed of takes everything you've got
Alice and George walk into the room marked ‘Adoption Training’ hoping to change the life of a child who needs them, never knowing just how much one small courageous girl will change their lives forever.
For anyone who has ever taken the long way round to parenthood, The Prep Group follows three hopeful couples as they forge friendships, share confidences and ultimately realise that the path to family may not always run smooth, but will definitely be worth it.
'Athens is Burning' tells the story of the days that changed the ancient world through the eyes of those who lived through it: the leaders and those in the front line. A story of courage, betrayal and tormented love.
Following the defeat at Thermopylae the Athenians are forced to abandon their city to the Persian army. Led by Themistocles they regroup their fleet, for a last stand in the bay of Salamis. But have they been betrayed and if so who by: their enemies or their friends? What happens next will decide the fate of both Greece and democracy.
If, overnight, you became a multi-millionaire, what would you do?
Guaranteed, it would be nothing like this!
Ed Harrison has a unique pedigree. It started in the army. Then recruited into Special Forces, and from there to dark ops with British Intelligence. Civilian life beckoned in City of London high finance, then international consulting, and finally the world of fine art. A lifetime of achievement, excellence, success. But also a life with its fair share of bombshells.
A panopticon is an all-seeing system of control.
This story is set in Apartheid South Africa where racial segregation was aggressively enforced by the white rulers. An innocent friendship between a white man Richard and a black man Simon brings them under surveillance of the feared and ruthless Security Police. Their friendship challenges the notion of white superiority and as a result both men suffer insults, abuse and brutal persecution.
This book is about turning from Satan's realm of divination to serve a more superior out-ranking Master to now become a prophet of your own life, yes you can. And as a bonus to receive eternal life that is not in the Lake of fire with your master now by way of the purest, most gentle Spirit the Holy Spirit. Will you embark on this adventure of coming home to your living loving Master Jesus Christ?
This book is dedicated to ethical taxpayers worldwide, as well as others struggling with inevitable and unavoidable or inescapable bills and invoices - in the domestic, public, private, voluntary. and foreign organisations world-wide to maximise "reach". It concentrates on errors of omission and commission to highlight, create, and confirm awareness and motivate corrections with strategies, policies, and practices for stopping their recurrences.
These 'anecdotes in rhyme' are a one size fits all for every working and middle-class towns and cities in the UK. Although referencing Merseyside in the synopsis of each piece, the author's spiritual and childhood home, these pieces are universal and are part of everyone in the UK's nostalgia banks as to how we all lived mainly in past decades, although there are some contemporary pieces.
The purpose of this book is to give an insight into what life was like growing up with autism, a condition hardly understood when I was younger. In time, my book should remain beneficial to the relevant professions such as teachers, researchers in autism, the police and so on so. With the appropriate professionals around, I am hoping that the younger generation with autism will be spared the pain that I have had to put up with throughout my life.
Romance and hardship enter into the life of a middle-class family when it unexpectedly has to leave its comfortable London home to live in a simple village house. The children have to adapt to the rigours of attending a school. They prevent a railway accident, help a Russian émigré and are teased by local children. Bobbie the elder daughter and her mother are drawn into romantic relationships. How they manage to deal with this is a new element added to the original charming story.
Ruby thinks her life is in good order but as she lurches from choir to yoga, to Zumba and work deadlines and taking her son, Ben, to and from school and cubs and clubs, she makes sure she doesn't have a free minute. No matter that she's oblivious to other people's feelings, as far as she's concerned, she's reasonably happy and coping. Help comes in a form she least expects when a little old man introduces himself as her Guardian Angel then challenges everything about how she chooses to live her life...
One day the Hedgehog family were discussing what is happening to their world and all the plastic waste being left by the two leggers causing havoc everywhere, not knowing Mr Twit the wise old owl was listening to their conversation. Between them they decided to arrange a meeting with all the animals. Would they do enough to make it work? Will the two leggers realise before it's too late?
On the stunning coastline of western Ireland, a web of intrigue surrounds the O'Brien family and their five daughters. From the outside, it seems to be a life dreams are made of, but the family is besieged by tragedy and misfortune as sinister twists and turns begin to haunt their lives. In the face of such adversity - can this gutsy family survive?
Scottish Opera’s Golden Years: The Glitter and Why it Faded is the tale of a dozen years of extraordinary and unexpected success followed by a downfall that was swift and in large part self-inflicted. This is the only book written by one who worked for Scottish Opera during those Golden Years. John Duffus gives an unrivalled look behind the scenes at what made those years so special and why its performances were critically acclaimed as being as fine as any elsewhere in Europe. He then gives his reasons why the glitter so quickly fell away.
My name is Johnathon Churchill. The Bitch is Lady Stephanie de Vere (Stiffy). The only survivors of a fatal plane crash in a Central African Tropical Rain Forest, we were captured by Ivory Poachers, attacked by lions, fought in a 3,000 strong native battle, and narrowly escaped crocodiles in the Zambezi. After many weeks of fighting through Africa we reached the Victoria Falls. We then flew from Victoria Falls to Cape Town, were struck by lightning over the Drakensberg and crash landed in Cape Town.
"When reading this book one can feel the frustration, dedication and fervour the author has for football. That resonates from first page to last, continually pulling the reader along into the highs and lows of football across continents and most assuredly on his home soil."
"The writing is done with a strong personality tone and passion that connects with the reader as if the author and reader were sharing a pint and ranting away happily on a rainy afternoon in the local pub."
"Overall, it was a good read and will keep the reader turning pages to read more."
This book is produced as if written by five family members, each producing content in 20 year blocks, from the year 2000 to the year 2100. It is the thoughts of those family members on 26 topics, first laid down by their Great, Great Grandfather, ending with the collating of the notes by the last person in the family. He is about to travel with his family, along with 4 others, to a distant planet some 5 light years away in the hope of colonising a new world.
A year ago, we had met an old-time traveller and collected the time stones. While at that end of the year meeting, the strange yet evil Dark Mistress.
Now we must search the old town that has been locked for decades leading to secrets and lies. And learn in our school about an infamous lord who once owned it told the old-time traveller.
What does it take to become a surgeon? There are many prerequisites to be a successful one. Those range from maintaining composure when the unexpected happens. Having the mental and physical endurance that matches the unpredictable nature of surgery. Communication and leadership skills. Above all, the humility of adopting an ongoing strive to learn in order to sharpen one’s skills, such as critical analysis and creativity.
For the author as a young lad, there was nothing particularly special about growing up abroad. It was rather taken for granted providing numerous benefits: half-day schooling, almost continuous sunshine and sandy beaches. It was an idyll that was to be rudely shattered with the advent of teenage years with an education that could only be continued via a boarding school in the UK. A rude awakening it proved to be, and the author vividly portrays the brutal juxtaposition between the two contrasting lifestyles.
My name is Johnathon Churchill. I am 22 years of age, 6ft 3ins tall with blond hair and blue eyes. I am a keen Rugby player. The Bitch is Lady Stephanie de Vere (Stiffy). Tall, with short black hair, striking green eyes and a stunning, voluptuous figure, Stiffy is volatile, pugnacious, infuriating, has a short temper and does nothing but complain.
The only survivors of a fatal plane crash in a Central African Tropical Rain Forest, we were captured by Ivory Poachers, attacked by lions, fought in a 3,000 strong native battle, and narrowly escaped crocodiles in the Zambezi.
Bill Proctor worked in the House of Commons for thirty-six years at the latter end of the last century. He served in various procedural offices, and as clerk of the committees on Science & Technology, Transport, Foreign Affairs, and the Treasury, as well as secretary of the House of Commons Commission. In this book Bill Proctor describes the generally happy and fruitful, but occasionally fragile, relationship between the professionally neutral Officers of the House of Commons and their properly partisan Members.
Soon after retiring as a lecturer at Sussex University, Dr Malcolm Weston is attracted to an on-line friendship website seemingly directed at older people who have lost their partners. He responds to an invitation from a woman whose photograph reminds him of his recently departed wife. Enticed to meeting her in Exeter, he soon finds himself drawn into a web of deceit that has its roots in a tragic event that happened over forty years earlier.
One cold winter morning, Welford decided to leave his friends the chickens to go off on an adventure.
First he wandered into the farm next door and then decided to visit a neighbour’s garden while she was feeding the birds.
Later that afternoon he took a nap in Grumpy’s large shed.
Outside, the sky grew dark and it started to snow. Would Welford be in danger? He knew he had an important job to do - in the morning he had to wake everyone up with his
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