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World S Most Fucking Awesome Optician

Author : Thomas Alpha
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Sixteenth Notes The Breaking Of The Rose Colored Glasses

Author : Taylor Rhodes
ISBN : 9781304903761
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This is a story about the climb out of depression, out of addiction, out of lust that I didn't deserve or shouldn't consider love. I grew and molded myself into someone I hope to look back on and be proud of. This is my story.

Signal On The Hill

Author : Brian Boland
ISBN : PKEY:6610000264131
Genre : Fiction
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Former Coast Guard officer Cole Williams is taking a big mental and emotional break. He’s hoping some time with an old buddy in the winter wilds of Newfoundland will calm the conflicts he’s feeling after a lifetime of running fast boats throughout the Caribbean on both sides of a brutal drug war. There is a lot for him to think about as he wanders through the fog and salty air of a remote seaside town. Cole is contemplating mistakes, misdeeds, and loss, trying hard to isolate himself from it all—but that can’t last. Before long, he’s up to his eyeballs in a dangerous plot involving drugs and guns that his old friend has discovered. Like it or not, Cole Williams must get back in a deadly game, operating as he always does in that little sliver of darkness between good and evil. Boland tells a thrilling tale...and he knows how to keep a reader turning the pages. —Timothy J. Lockhart, Virginian-Pilot The novel is a fast read and a view of a life and experience not known to many Americans. Cole’s story could be used to set up a series of books about him, certainly centered on the little known battles faced by the Coast Guard in protecting our southern border. —Paul Lane, Palm Beach Boland spins a story born from more than a decade of his own experience fighting the war on drugs. —The Norwich Record I recommend it for anyone who wants an adventure with a likable rogue (despite his faults) who is in it for the thrills, only to discover that underneath it all, he actually has a conscience. Great story. —Ian Wood, Novellum

One Train Later

Author : Andy Summers
ISBN : 9781429909297
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"The train jerks to a halt, and as I get out at Oxford Circus, Stewart gets out with me. We look at each other, laugh, and make the standard remark about it being a small world. But this is the brilliant collision, one train later and it might all have turned out differently." In this extraordinary memoir, world-renowned guitarist Andy Summers provides a revealing and passionate account of a life dedicated to music. From his first guitar at age thirteen and his early days on the English music scene to the ascendancy of his band, the Police, Summers recounts his relationships and encounters with the Big Roll Band, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, the Animals, John Belushi, and others, all the while proving himself a master of telling detail and dramatic anecdote. But, of course, the early work is only part of the story, and Andy's account of his role as guitarist for the Police---a gig that was only confirmed by a chance encounter with drummer Stewart Copeland on a London train---has been long-awaited by music fans worldwide. The heights of fame that the Police achieved have rarely been duplicated, and the band's triumphs were rivaled only by the personal chaos that such success brought about, an insight never lost on Summers in the telling. Complete with never-before-published photos from Summers's personal collection, One Train Later is a constantly surprising and poignant memoir, and the work of a world-class musician and a first-class writer.

Other Worlds Than These

Author : John Adams
ISBN : 9781597804332
Genre : Fiction
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What if you could not only travel any location in the world, but to any possible world? We can all imagine such “other worlds”—be they worlds just slightly different than our own or worlds full of magic and wonder—but it is only in fiction that we can travel to them. From The Wizard of Oz to The Dark Tower, from Philip Pullman's The Golden Compass to C. S. Lewis's The Chronicles of Narnia, there is a rich tradition of this kind of fiction, but never before have the best parallel world stories and portal fantasies been collected in a single volume—until now.

The Real Animal House

Author : Chris Miller
ISBN : 9780316022415
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The creator of Animal House at last tells the real story of the fraternity that inspired the iconic film -- a story far more outrageous and funny than any movie could ever capture.

Noise Damage

Author : James Kennedy
ISBN : 9781785632167
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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‘Harrowing, funny and 100% true’ Ginger Wildheart The tale that follows is not another clichéd collection of rock’n’roll debaucheries (sorry) nor is it another tired fable of triumph over adversity (you’re welcome). It’s the story of a half-deaf kid from a tiny, remote village in South Wales who was hailed as a genius by the UK’s biggest radio station and headhunted by major record labels, only for the music industry to collapse. It crashed hard, taking with it an entire generation of talented artists who would never now get their shot. CNN called it ‘music’s lost decade’. Along the way, there are goodies, baddies, gun-toting label execs, life-saving surgeons, therapy, true love, loyalty, hope, breakdowns, suicidal managers, betrayal, drummers and way too many hangovers. James Kennedy shows that the best lessons are to be learned from good losers. It really is all about the journey. Part memoir, part exposé of the music world’s murky underbelly, Noise Damage is emotional, painfully honest, funny, informative and ridiculous. It’s also a celebration of the life-changing magic of music.

Unicorn Gold The Golden Series 1

Author : Kathryn Celeste
ISBN : 9780648053613
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Rourke is a unicorn shape shifter and a virgin. Sent back from Alter Earth to rescue the paranormal beings who were left behind when magic left this world he is forced to confront the fact that unicorns seem to have vanished from the world. Kaitlyn is a veterinarian with healing abilities. Unaware of the origin of her gifts she tries to live life under the radar. Then she meets Rourke. For the first time in her life sparks fly. But Rourke has his own secrets of his own. Secrets that threaten to turn Kaitlyns world upside down. Hunted by those who fear their gifts will Rourke and Kaitlyn be able to overcome everything trying to tear them apart? Or in the end will the hunters steal the choice from them?

The Monopoly Conspiracy

Author : Roger Weston
ISBN : 9780359214600
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Solipsum

Author : Daniel Couto
ISBN : 9781612047225
Genre : Fiction
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Fashion, photography, futurism, models and martial arts. All this and a demon from hell-lock your doors and snuggle in for the night. Daniel Couto's novel, Solipsum will have you up reading until morning. It's ten years just past now and Charlie, a beautiful young woman in New York City lands the job of a lifetime-working as a photo assistant on a highly experimental advertising campaign that features the world's hottest models. But one of these models is not what he seems-he takes frequent trips to Hell and he's got one hell of an agenda. Couto's imagination is a wild ride filled with characters that jump off the pages to visit your dreams (and nightmares)-stunning models, shark-like superagents, ninja assassins and demons dressed to the nines. Dry black humor, a deeply erotic undercurrent and a razzle-dazzle plotline all lead to a fantastic conclusion. Daniel Couto is a photographer, director and producer. His latest projects include a reality-based television program called Catfight and a photography-based art show, Naked in the House, that airs on Canadian networks. His future plans include directing feature films and he is currently working on the sequel to Solipsum. Mr.Couto lives in Toronto, Canada. Solipsum is his first novel. Publisher website: http: //SBPRA.com/DanielCout

And Sons

Author : David Gilbert
ISBN : 9780812993974
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NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY The Washington Post • The New Yorker • Esquire • The Austin Chronicle • Kansas City Star • The Guardian (UK) • BookPage • Flavorwire • Bookish “[A] big, brilliant novel.”—The New York Times Book Review Who is A. N. Dyer? & Sons is a literary masterwork for readers of The Art of Fielding, The Emperor’s Children, and Wonder Boys—the panoramic, deeply affecting story of an iconic novelist, two interconnected families, and the heartbreaking truths that fiction can hide. Look for special features inside. Join the Random House Reader’s Circle for author chats and more. The funeral of Charles Henry Topping on Manhattan’s Upper East Side would have been a minor affair (his two-hundred-word obit in The New York Times notwithstanding) but for the presence of one particular mourner: the notoriously reclusive author A. N. Dyer, whose novel Ampersand stands as a classic of American teenage angst. But as Andrew Newbold Dyer delivers the eulogy for his oldest friend, he suffers a breakdown over the life he’s led and the people he’s hurt and the novel that will forever endure as his legacy. He must gather his three sons for the first time in many years—before it’s too late. So begins a wild, transformative, heartbreaking week, as witnessed by Philip Topping, who, like his late father, finds himself caught up in the swirl of the Dyer family. First there’s son Richard, a struggling screenwriter and father, returning from self-imposed exile in California. In the middle lingers Jamie, settled in Brooklyn after his twenty-year mission of making documentaries about human suffering. And last is Andy, the half brother whose mysterious birth tore the Dyers apart seventeen years ago, now in New York on spring break, determined to lose his virginity before returning to the prestigious New England boarding school that inspired Ampersand. But only when the real purpose of this reunion comes to light do these sons realize just how much is at stake, not only for their father but for themselves and three generations of their family. In this daring feat of fiction, David Gilbert establishes himself as one of our most original, entertaining, and insightful authors. & Sons is that rarest of treasures: a startlingly imaginative novel about families and how they define us, and the choices we make when faced with our own mortality. NATIONAL BESTSELLER • A NEW YORK TIMES EDITORS’ CHOICE “Big, brilliant, and terrifically funny.”—Jess Walter, author of Beautiful Ruins “Extraordinary.”—Time “Smart and savage . . . Seductive and ripe with both comedy and heartbreak, [& Sons] made me reconsider my stance on . . . the term ‘instant classic.’”—NPR “A big, ambitious book about fathers and sons, Oedipal envy and sibling rivalry, and the dynamics between art and life . . . [& Sons] does a wonderful job of conjuring up its characters’ memories . . . in layered, almost Proustian detail.”—Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times “[A] smart, engrossing saga . . . Perfect for fans of Jonathan Franzen or Claire Messud.”—Entertainment Weekly “Audacious . . . [one of the year’s] most dazzlingly smart, fully realized works of fiction.”—The Washington Post

The Eon Series

Author : Greg Bear
ISBN : 9781504045452
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This saga of parallel universes from a Hugo and Nebula Award–winning author “may be the best constructed hard SF epic yet” (The Washington Post). One of the world’s preeminent New York Times–bestselling authors of hard science fiction mesmerizes readers with a mind-expanding, three-volume masterwork about the creation of an alternate universe that breaks down all barriers of time and space, and its consequences for future and past generations. Legacy: In the stunning prequel to Eon and Eternity, an agent of the masters of the Way—a man-made tunnel through countless dimensions—follows a renegade fanatic and his four thousand acolytes to a remarkable world of flora/fauna hybrids, where he is plunged into the terrible chaos of a raging civil war. Eon: As nuclear tensions rapidly reach a breaking point in a volatile twenty-first century, a hollowed-out asteroid appears, mysteriously hovering above the Earth’s surface. The asteroid contains the remains of Thistledown, an abandoned city that was once home to survivors of a nuclear holocaust. Scientists must race to unravel its secrets before the human race is annihilated in the impending apocalypse. Eternity: A devastating war has left Earth a nuclear wasteland. Orbiting the planet is an asteroid-starship containing the civilization of Thistledown, humanity’s future descendants. For decades, they have worked to heal their world and its survivors, but their resources are finite. They need to reopen the Way, a gate that would not only benefit Earth but also help the asteroid’s residents return home. Greg Bear’s classic Eon trilogy is an astonishing feat of the imagination that combines humanism, cutting-edge science, and brilliant extrapolation. This masterful science fiction saga has no equal in contemporary speculative fiction.

The Age Of Odin

Author : James Lovegrove
ISBN : 9781849979566
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Gideon Coxall was a good soldier but bad at everything else, until a roadside explosive device leaves him with one deaf ear and a British Army half-pension. So when he hears about the Valhalla Project, it’s like a dream come true. They’re recruiting former service personnel for excellent pay, no questions asked, to take part in unspecified combat operations. The last thing Gid expects is to find himself fighting alongside ancient Viking gods. The world is in the grip of one of the worst winters it has ever known, and Ragnarok – the fabled final conflict of the Sagas – is looming.

Imperfections

Author : Bradley Somer
ISBN : 9780889712751
Genre : Fiction
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Richard Trench finds himself with no arms and no legs, reduced to a torso in the trunk of a car. There is a reason. It all makes sense. The point is there somewhere . . . Imperfections elucidates the private lives of supermodels and circus freaks, sheiks and designer dominatrixes and the metamorphosis of the body chic. These are lives where the importance of vehicular mephitis-cide, a charity lobster boil for burn victims, a grilled-cheese sandwich with the face of the Virgin Mary toasted on it and a prophecy about the uncanny deaths of the voice-actors for Tigger and Piglet, can not be overlooked. Set in the world of glittering photo shoots in exotic locations, extreme visions of beauty and raucous fashion shows, Imperfections is a genre-bending novel that sits solidly in the foggy area between fact and fiction.

Chains Of Gold

Author : John McKinna
ISBN : 9781645401155
Genre : Fiction
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From the author of Crash Dive, Tiger Reef and Shark Lake Greed, drug trafficking, kidnapping and murder... The Spanish Galleon Arista sank in 1539 due to a storm and the heavy weight of its cargo. The ship had been carrying Aztec golden treasure; chains, goblets, plates, statues, lamps, ceremonial swords, bricks, bars, and coins, all of solid Aztec gold. Much of the gold, however, had been thrown overboard trying to save the ship. Having read a portion of its log, deep sea divers Ben Gannon and Eugene McCluskey were convinced by the descendants of the ship’s owner to recover it and its bounty. When the treasure proved to be illusive, the job became treacherous with twists and turns that include greed, drug trafficking, kidnapping and murder.

The O Henry Prize Stories 2016

Author : Laura Furman
ISBN : 9781101971123
Genre : Fiction
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The O. Henry Prize Stories 2016 gathers twenty of the best short stories of the year, selected from thousands published in literary magazines. The winning stories range in setting from Japan at the outset of World War II to a remote cabin in the woods of Wyoming, and the characters that inhabit them range from a misanthropic survivor of an apocalyptic flood to a unicorn hidden in a suburban house. Whether fantastical or realistic, gothic or lyrical, the stories here are uniformly breathtaking. They are accompanied by the editor’s introduction, essays from the eminent jurors on their favorites, observations from the winning writers on what inspired them, and an extensive resource list of magazines. CONTENTS "Irises," Elizabeth Genovise "The Mongerji Letters," Geetha Iyer "Narrator," Elizabeth Tallent "Bonus Baby," Joe Donnelly "Divergence," David H. Lynn "A Simple Composition," Shruti Swamy "Storm Windows," Charles Haverty "Train to Harbin," Asako Serizawa "Dismemberment," Wendell Berry "Exit Zero," Marie-Helene Bertino "Cigarettes," Sam Savage "Temples," Adrienne Celt "Safety," Lydia Fitzpatrick "Bounty," Diane Cook "A Single Deliberate Thing," Zebbie Watson "The Crabapple Tree," Robert Coover "Winter 1965," Frederic Tuten "They Were Awake," Rebecca Evanhoe "Slumming," Ottessa Moshfegh "Happiness," Ron Carlson The Jurors on Their Favorites: Molly Antopol, Peter Cameron, Lionel Shriver The Writers on Their Work Publications Submitted For author interviews, photos, and more, go to www.ohenryprizestories.com

Secret Narco

Author : Wensley Clarkson
ISBN : 9781913543914
Genre : True Crime
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This is the extraordinary story of how Charlie Wilson – renowned as one of the leaders of the Great Train Robbery gang – turned his back on so-called traditional crime to become the underworld’s original narco by helping to mastermind a multi-billion dollar drugs network in partnership with the original cocaine cowboy, Pablo Escobar. Wilson secretly helped turn cocaine into the Western world’s number one recreational drug of choice. Secret Narco unravels the bullet riddled, never-before-told history of South Londoner Wilson’s cocaine empire and his forays into the deadliest killing fields of all: South America. Bestselling author Wensley Clarkson’s meticulously researched story features interviews with many of Wilson’s friends, family members and enemies on both sides of the law enforcement divide, as well as associates of Pablo Escobar. .br> Secret Narco also reveals the final, tragic circumstances behind Wilson and Escobar’s bloody deaths, and how their twisted ‘partnership’ proved that gangsters never rest in peace.

Occupational Hazards

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Genre : Factories
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It

Author : Stephen King
ISBN : 9781501175466
Genre : Fiction
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Includes a selection from Sleeping beauties by Stephen and Owen King after page 1157 (to be published in Sept. 2017).

Who S Killing The Great Writers Of America?

Author : Robert Kaplow
ISBN : 9781614670667
Genre : Humor
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What do bestselling writers Sue Grafton, Danielle Steel, Curtis Sittenfeld (Prep) and Tom Clancy all have in common? They’ve all been shockingly murdered in a manner both gruesome and appropriate to their style. Now, an extremely paranoid Stephen King is convinced that he will be the next victim. With great trepidation, he leaves his heavily-barricaded fortress in Bangor, Maine, to discover Who’s Killing the Great Writers of America? This hilarious send-up of the world of publishing by the author of Me and Orson Welles and The Cat Who Killed Lilian Jackson Braun takes us from Venice to Paris to Swan’s Island and offers cameo appearances by Steve Martin, Gérard Depardieu, as well as quite a few surprises. A must- read for anyone who loves to laugh!

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