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Zero World

Author : Jason M. Hough
ISBN : 9780553391275
Genre : Fiction
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Published in rapid succession, Jason M. Hough’s first three novels, The Darwin Elevator, The Exodus Towers, and The Plague Forge, earned mountains of praise and comparisons to such authors as James S. A. Corey and John Scalzi. Now Hough returns with a riveting near-future spy thriller that combines the adrenaline of a high-octane James Bond adventure with mind-blowing sci-fi speculations worthy of Christopher Nolan’s Inception. Technologically enhanced superspy Peter Caswell has been dispatched on a top-secret assignment unlike any he’s ever faced. A spaceship that vanished years ago has been found, along with the bodies of its murdered crew—save one. Peter’s mission is to find the missing crew member, who fled through what appears to be a tear in the fabric of space. Beyond this mysterious doorway lies an even more confounding reality: a world that seems to be Earth’s twin. Peter discovers that this mirrored world is indeed different from his home, and far more dangerous. Cut off from all support, and with only days to complete his operation, Peter must track his quarry alone on an alien world. But he’s unprepared for what awaits on the planet’s surface, where his skills will be put to the ultimate test—and everything he knows about the universe will be challenged in ways he never could have imagined. Includes the complete bonus novella The Dire Earth, a prequel to the bestselling sci-fi adventure The Darwin Elevator. Praise for Zero World “This is sci-fi writing at its best. I couldn’t put the book down.”—Felicia Day, author of You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost) “An enjoyable read . . . Expect minor whiplash from the frenetic pace.”—Entertainment Weekly “[A] science fiction [novel that] smashes The Bourne Identity together with The End of Eternity to create a thrilling action rampage that confirms Hough as an important new voice in genre fiction.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review) “No one has created a multiverse like Jason Hough does in Zero World. Imagine Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind meets James Bond.”—New York Journal of Books “A fast-paced cinematic novel full of action . . . Story, character, world building, action—all points are firing on all cylinders here.”—Bookreporter “Hough has combined all the ingredients of a first-rate sci-fi thriller.”—Kirkus Reviews “One hell of an entertaining read. Hough continues to deliver white-knuckle books anchored by unusual and fascinating characters. Zero World is a giant cup of pure badassery that secures his place among the finest sci-fi action writers today.”—Kevin Hearne, New York Times bestselling author of the Iron Druid Chronicles “A high-octane blend of science fiction and mystery, Zero World is a thrill ride that shoots you out of a cannon and doesn’t let up until the very last page.”—Wesley Chu, author of Time Salvager “Warning: Do not pick up this book if there is anything else you need to do.”—Brian Staveley, author of the Emperor’s Blades series “I just finished Zero World and there’s only one thing I need to know: How long must I wait for the sequel!?”—Raymond Benson, former James Bond novelist and author of the Black Stiletto series From the Hardcover edition.

Every Nation For Itself

Author : Ian Bremmer
ISBN : 9780670921065
Genre : Business & Economics
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Following the acclaim for The End of the Free Market, Ian Bremmer is back with Every Nation for Itself, where he addresses the next big issue for the shifting world economy. 'Smart and snappy ... provides the most cogent prediction of how the politics of a post-America world will play out' New Statesman What happens when nobody's running the world? The United States is in financial crisis and can't hold onto the reins of the G-20. But China has no interest in international leadership, Europe is trying to save the euro, and emerging powers like Brazil and India are focused on domestic development. No government has the time, resources or political capital needed to take an international lead. The world power structure is about to have a the top. Welcome to the G-Zero world, in which no single country has the power to shape a truly global agenda. That means we are about to see 20 years of conflict over economics, finance and climate change. Bestselling author and strategist Ian Bremmer reveals how world powers are rapidly turning into gated communities, locked in competition. Who will prevail? 'A prodigy in the US global commentariat. Mr Bremmer's rehearsal of the consequences should make us all wise up' Financial Times 'An author who is always full of insights' George Osborne Ian Bremmer is the president of the world's leading global political risk research and consulting firm, Eurasia Group. He has written for the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Newsweek, and Harvard Business Review. His six books include The J Curve and The End Of The Free Market.

Arcduecitt N Zero World

Author : AA.VV.
ISBN : 9788898743148
Genre : Architecture
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Architecture and Representation - Peter Eisenman From Kabul For who, what. Right to health during war - Ottavio Tozzo For who, what - Interview to Marianna Sainati From New York The Institute of Architecture and Urban Design, New York City - 1967 - Michael Schwarthing Notes on Urban Villages as a global condition - D.G. Shane From Shanghai Skyscrapers in Asia - Neil Leach From Australia Italian Modernism in the Australian Outback - Annette Condello - Curtin University From Il Cairo Rethinking public space in Cairo - Elisa Ravazzoli From South America Public space as civil redemption - Cecilia Bischeri From Editor Today and Archeology - Ernesto D'Alfonso Sezione: Urban Design Forms for different narrations - Lorenzo Degli Esposti Open Source City - Alvaro Guinea Martin Tokyo: small room's big house - Ruy Porto Fernandez Sezione: Interior Design Habitus in public space: duration / mutation- Andrea Vercellotti Interior/exterior. A "twin-phenomena" - Vincenza Farina Sezione: Architectural design Contemporary figures of architectural/urban spaces - Matteo Fraschini Design Brief for City Garden Unveiled - Diller Scofidio - Renfro Warsaw airport - Carlos Lamela How to assign the void - An alternative to urban sprawl - Clement Blanchet Sezione: Virtual design Earth geography vs City Geography - Giuseppe Boi - Roberto Podda Sezione: News Design and digital tecnologies - Anna Maria Loiacono Fallin' in love - Davide Raponi

Size Eight In A Size Zero World

Author : Meredith Cagen
ISBN : 9781440169748
Genre : Fiction
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Meet Lindsay Chandler a 32 year-old New York working wife and mother with old-fashioned values who thinks she's living a fairy tale life (she's not). Then an unexpected friendship with her upstairs neighbor (he is smart, successful, sophisticated and sexy she's not) unleashes her passion and re-ignites her sparkle. This liaison causes her to question the way she lives her life. Yearning for a storybook ending, she decides to make changes in her life, embarking on a quest for self re-invention in this hilarious, witty, touching story. Guaranteed entertaining and fun!!

Exodus Towers

Author : Jason M. Hough
ISBN : 9783426439920
Genre : Fiction
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In der actionreichen Dystopie von Bestseller-Autor Jason M. Hough geht es für die Menschheit um alles... Die letzten Überlebenden der Erde schöpfen neue Hoffnung: In Brasilien wurde ein zweiter Weltraumaufzug entdeckt, dessen geheimnisvolle Alien-Technologie Schutz vor der verheerenden Seuche bietet, die die Welt entvölkert hat. Eine weitere Kolonie wird gegründet, doch die fruchtbare Gegend lockt auch eine marodierende Söldnertruppe an und weckt das Interesse der Sekte, die in Darwin City die Macht übernommen hat. Bald ist Skyler Luiken in mehr Kämpfe verwickelt, als er gewinnen kann – während gleichzeitig die Rückkehr jener Aliens naht, die die Menschheit entweder retten oder endgültig vernichten könnten. Die Fortsetzung des Science Fiction-Erfolgs "Darwin City"

Zero Sum World

Author : Gideon Rachman
ISBN : 9780857891624
Genre : Political Science
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The economic crisis that struck the world in 2008 has drastically altered the logic of international relations. Globalisation no longer benefits all the world's superpowers and they face an array of global problems that are causing division between nations. A win-win world is giving way to a zero-sum world. Zero-sum logic, in which one country's gain looks like another's loss, has prevented the world from reaching an agreement to fight climate change and threatens to create a global economic stalemate. These new tensions are intensified by the emergence of dangerous political and economic problems that risk provoking wars, environmental catastrophe and ever-deeper debilitating economic crises. This timely and important book argues that international politics is about become much more volatile - and sets out what can be done to break away from the crippling logic of a zero-sum world.

Tales From Around The World

Author : Zero to Ten, Limited
ISBN : 1840894458
Genre : Tales
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This is a collection of traditional folk tales from around the world aimed at confident young readers.

World As Seen Under The Lens Of A Scientist

Author : Dr. B. Vithal Shetty
ISBN : 9781453506974
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Dr. Shetty’s provocative statements and prescriptive solution to various problems facing the oldest and the largest democracies in the world has been thoroughly analyzed and scrutinized. The author’s life history has been highlighted to show to the younger disillusioned generation that one can reach pinnacle of success in spite of all the ups and down in life. Dr. Shetty, a highly educated and qualified drug discovery scientist, received his Ph.D. two M.S. and two B.S. degrees from U. Penn and University of Science in Philadelphia. He has received scientific awards, authored and coauthored scientific papers and patents, lectured and chaired national and international conferences all over the world. Dr. Shetty was born in India, became a naturalized citizen of the United States of America, the country he loves, which has become his permanent home.

I Believe In Zero

Author : Caryl M. Stern
ISBN : 9781250026255
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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First-hand, human stories of hope, resilience, determination, and family: a call to see the world's children as our own, by the President and CEO of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF In I Believe in ZERO, President and CEO of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, an organization known for its decades of charity work and philanthropy with the United Nations, Caryl M. Stern draws on her travels around the world, offering memorable stories that present powerful and sometimes counter-intuitive lessons about life. I Believe in ZERO reflects her-and UNICEF's-mission to reduce the number of preventable deaths of children under the age of five from 19,000 each day to zero. Each of the stories in I Believe in ZERO focuses on a particular locale-Bangladesh, Mozambique, earthquake-ravaged Haiti, the Brazilian Amazon-and weaves together fascinating material on the country and its history, an account of the humanitarian crises at issue, and depictions of the people she meets on the ground. Stern tells of mothers coming together to affect change, of local communities with valuable perspectives of their own, and of children who continue to sustain their dreams and hopes even in the most dire of situations. Throughout, Stern traces her emerging global consciousness-and describes how these stories can positively impact our own children. In this incredibly moving book, Stern hopes to open hearts and minds and leave readers with the belief that no child anywhere should lack basic human support-and that every child and mother can be an inspiration.

2016 Global Hunger Index

Author : von Grebmer, Klaus
ISBN : 9780896292260
Genre : Political Science
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The 2016 Global Hunger Index (GHI) presents a multidimensional measure of national, regional, and global hunger, focusing on how the world can get to Zero Hunger by 2030. The developing world has made substantial progress in reducing hunger since 2000. The 2016 GHI shows that the level of hunger in developing countries as a group has fallen by 29 percent. Yet this progress has been uneven, and great disparities in hunger continue to exist at the regional, national, and subnational levels. Levels of hunger are still serious or alarming in 50 countries. The highest hunger levels are still found in Africa south of the Sahara and South Asia. Although GHI scores for these two regions have declined over time, the current levels remain close to the alarming category. Africa south of the Sahara has achieved the largest absolute improvement since 2000 and South Asia has also seen a sizable reduction—but the decline in hunger must accelerate in these regions if the world is to achieve Zero Hunger by 2030. The 2016 report, with an essay from United Nations Special Adviser David Nabarro, hails the new paradigm of international development proposed in the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which envisages Zero Hunger by 2030, as one goal among 17, in a holistic, integrated, and transformative plan for the world. To get to Zero Hunger while leaving no one behind, the 2016 GHI highlights the importance of identifying the regions, countries, and populations that are most vulnerable to hunger and undernutrition so progress can be accelerated there.

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