Download See What The Future Brings by David E. Lasker (.ePUB)

See What The Future Brings by David E. Lasker
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Overview: David E. Lasker has lived his life always looking to see what the future brings. This inspirational memoir tells his story―with humor and insight of what a son, brother, father, and dedicated friend can do once they bare their soul in the lives of others. In this book, he has fulfilled what he said in the opening chapter:

“My personal story isn’t significant. What I hope to address in this book is who I am, what I stand for, and how I came to be here. My hope is that by baring my soul I may somehow make a difference. I am an ordinary person with nothing that makes me more special than the next guy. But each of us is unique and capable of contributing to the good of humanity. And I have always longed to make a difference.”
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Download The Stranglers: Song by Song by Hugh Cornwell & Jim Drury (.ePUB)+

The Stranglers: Song by Song 1974-1990 by Hugh Cornwell & Jim Drury
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Overview: The Stranglers have outlasted and outsold virtually every other band of their era, recording ten hit albums and releasing 21 Top 40 singles. Their list of hits, including Golden Brown, were written against a background of spectacular success, dismal failure, drug dependency, financial ruin, infighting and misfortune.

As a response to David Buckley’s one-sided biography of the band (“No Mercy” Hodder & Stoughton, 1997) and the band’s reticence to reveal the true meaning behind their songs, Hugh Cornwell, founding member and songwriter, sets the record straight, displaces the myths and for the first time explains the real stories behind The Stranglers, his departure and the origins of their songs.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs > Pop Culture > Music > Rock

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Download Richard III and the Princes in the Tower by A.J. Pollard (.ePUB)

Richard III and the Princes in the Tower by A.J. Pollard
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 119mb
Overview: Richard III has divided opinion for over 500 years. Traditionally, he has been perceived as a villain, a bloody tyrant and the monstrous murderer of his innocent nephews. To others he was and remains a wronged victim who did his best for kingdom and family, a noble prince and enlightened statesman tragically slain.

This work explores the story of Richard III and the tales that have been woven around the historic events, and discusses his life and reign and the disappearance of the Princes in the Tower. It also assesses the original sources upon which much of the history is based. A number of picture essays explore particular aspects of Richard III’s life and reign – his birth sign of Scorpio, historical paintings, the symbolism of pigs and boars, Richard’s saints, his books, the Princes, and cartoons and caricatures.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Timeline 10/27/62 Main Series (Standalone) Football in the Ruins: The World Cup of 1966 by James Philip
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Overview: The swinging sixties never happened because the Cuban Missiles Crisis went horribly wrong on Saturday 27th October 1962.

This is a FOOTBALL book about the World Cup of 1966 set in the altered timeline of 10/27/62.

When the representatives of sixty-nine national governing bodies of Association Football gathered in Rome a few days ahead of the start of the Football Tournament of the 1960 Summer Olympic Games – the normal governance and regulatory minutiae apart – there was only one real matter which excited more than passing interest within, or without the 32nd Congress of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA); namely, the selection of the host nation for the 1966 World Cup.
In the event the tournament was awarded to England by a margin of 34 votes to 27 against its only rival, West Germany, the only other applicant, Spain, having stood aside prior to the final vote.

The World Cup of 1966 was forever to be remembered in legend as the time when ‘football in the ruins’ triumphed, albeit briefly, over the madness and mendacity of the princes who had wrecked the northern hemisphere that day in October 1962.
Even as late as the spring of 1965 the footballing world had assumed that, as in 1942 and 1946 that there would be no World Cup in 1966. The South Americans had discussed, among themselves the possibility of inviting Italy, Spain and Portugal to send teams to a ‘Continental Cup’ of some kind in the winter of 1966-67 to be held in either or both of Brazil and Argentina but nothing had come of this by the time the Football Association determined to exercise its ‘right’ to host the 1966 competition in England.

Sport is subtext, emotions, highs and lows of delight and despair and football has been so successful because within its cut and thrust, blood and thunder lie tantalising subtlety, courage and possibilities that constantly astonish even the oldest of journalistic hacks, this author included.

So, live again the heady days of July 1966 when a nation finally began to throw off the nightmare of the October War; when after three years and over eight months of grief, hunger and unwanted foreign wars it rediscovered anew its true heart and voice.
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Hound of the Sea: Wild Man, Wild Waves, Wild Wisdom by Garrett McNamara, Karen Karbo
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Overview: In this thrilling and candid memoir, world record-holding and controversial Big Wave surfer Garrett McNamara chronicles his emotional quest to ride the most formidable waves on earth.
Garrett McNamara—affectionately known as GMac—set the world record for the sport, surfing a seventy-eight-foot wave in Nazaré, Portugal in 2011, a record he smashed two years later at the same break. Propelled by the challenge and promise of bigger, more difficult waves, this adrenaline-fueled loner and polarizing figure travels the globe to ride the most dangerous swells the oceans have to offer, from calving glaciers to hurricane swells.
But what motivates McNamara to go to such extremes—to risk everything for one thrilling ride? Is riding giant waves the ultimate exercise in control or surrender?
Personal and emotional, readers will know GMac as never before, seeing for the first time the personal alongside the professional in an exciting, intimate look at what drives this inventive, iconoclastic man. Surfing awesome giants isn’t just thrill seeking, he explains—it’s about vanquishing fears and defeating obstacles past and present. Surfers and non-surfers alike will embrace McNamara’s story—as they have William Finnegan’s Barbarian Days—an its intimate look at the enigmatic pursuit of riding waves, big and small.
Hound of the Sea is a record of perseverance, passion, and healing. Thoughtful, suspenseful, and spiritually profound, McNamara reveals the beautiful soul of surfing through the eyes of one of its most daring and devoted disciples.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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