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 Release: Amphibian by Carla Gunn (.ePUB)   General Fiction/Classics   Posted by: avoran at Wed Jul 16, 2014 7:54 pm 
Amphibian by Carla Gunn
Requirements: epub reader, 1.84MB
Overview: Phineas William Walsh has an encyclopaedic knowledge of the natural world. He knows that if you wet a dog’s food with your saliva and he refuses to eat it, then he’s top dog, and he knows that dolphins can sleep half a brain at a time. Far from being just idle information, though, Phin draws parallels between the humans in his life and other animals and uses his vast knowledge to try to adjust to and make sense of the confusion in his world – like his parents’ divorce and being bullied at school. But when an event unfolds in his fourth grade classroom that offends both his logic and sensibilities, Phin has had enough and he and his best friend, Bird, are spurred to action.

In a voice that has been compared to Salinger’s Holden Caulfield, Phin reflects on the complex and troubled relationship between humans, animals and the environment all the while struggling to maintain his innocence. Is there really any evidence that the human animal is more good than bad, more compassionate than cruel? Is there any reason to hope for a kinder world?
Genre: General Fiction

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 Release: A Gesture Life by Chang-rae Lee (.ePUB)   General Fiction/Classics   Posted by: avoran at Wed Jul 16, 2014 7:49 pm 
A Gesture Life by Chang-rae Lee
Requirements: epub reader, 1.97MB
Overview: A Gesture Life by Chang-rae Lee is a taut, suspenseful story about love, family, and community, and the secrets we all harbor. It is the story of a proper man, an upstanding citizen who comes to epitomize the decorous values of his New York suburban town. Yet as his story unfolds, precipitated by events that take place around him, we see his life begin to unravel.

Courteous, honest, hardworking, and impenetrable, Franklin Hata, a Japanese man of Korean birth, is careful never to overstep his bounds. He makes his neighbors feel comfortable in his presence, keeps his garden well tended, bids his customers good-bye at the doorway to his medical supply shop, and ignores the taunts of local boys. Now facing his retirement years alone, Hata begins to reflect on the price he's had to pay for living this quiet "gesture life."
Genre: General Fiction

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 Release: The Little Country by Charles de Lint (.ePUB)   Sci-Fi/Fantasy   Posted by: moldava at Wed Jul 16, 2014 7:46 pm 
The Little Country by Charles de Lint
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 669 KB
Overview: When folk musician Janey Little finds a mysterious manuscript in an old trunk in her grandfather's cottage, she is swept into a dangerous realm both strange and familiar. But true magic lurks within the pages of The Little Country, drawing genuine danger from across the oceans into Janey's life, impelling her--armed only with her music--toward a terrifying confrontation.Come walk the mist-draped hills of Cornwall, come walk the ancient standing stones. Listen to the fiddles, and the wind, and the sea. Come step with Janey Little into the pages of....The Little Country.
Genre: Fantasy

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 Release: Fuchsia Minnesota Mystery series by Julie Seedorf (.ePUB)   Mystery/Thriller   Posted by: bettyruthe at Wed Jul 16, 2014 7:35 pm 
Fuchsia Minnesota Mystery series by Julie Seedorf (#1-2)
Requirements: epub reader, 1.2 MB
Overview: Julie Seedorf is a Minnesotan. She has had many careers over her lifetime, but her favorite career was that as mother to her children. In later life she became a computer technician, opening her own business. In 2012 she signed a contract with Cozy Cat Press. Julie writes a column for southern Minnesota area newspapers called "Something About Nothing." The Fuchsia Minnesota series and other writings follow her theory that we all take ourselves too seriously, and we need to have a little fun. Julie secretly yearns to be like the Granny character in her books.
Genre: Cozy Mystery

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 Release: The Philosopher and the Wolf by Mark Rowlands (.ePUB)   Biographies/Memoirs   Posted by: avoran at Wed Jul 16, 2014 7:32 pm 
The Philosopher and the Wolf by Mark Rowlands
Requirements: epub reader, 311KB
Overview: Mark Rowlands was a young philosophy professor, rootless and searching for life’s greater meaning. Shortly after arriving at the University of Alabama, he noticed a classified ad in the local paper advertising wolf cubs for sale, and decided he had to investigate, if only out of curiosity. It was love at first sight, and the bond that grew between philosopher and wolf reaffirms for us the incredible relationships that exist between man and animal.

When Mark welcomed his new companion, Brenin, into his home, but more than just an exotic pet, Brenin exerted an immense influence on Rowlands both as a person, and, strangely enough, as a philosopher, leading him to reevaluate his attitude toward love, happiness, nature, death, and the true meaning of companionship.
Genre: Biographies/Memoirs

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 Release: The Metaphysical Club by Louis Menand (.MOBI)   General   Posted by: avoran at Wed Jul 16, 2014 7:21 pm 
The Metaphysical Club by Louis Menand
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 1.62 MB
Overview: The Metaphysical Club was an informal group that met in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1872, to talk about ideas.The Club was probably in existence for about nine months. No records were kept. The one thing we know that came out of it was an idea -- an idea about ideas. This book is the story of that idea. The Metaphysical Club is not a history of philosophy but an absorbing narrative about personalities and social history, a story about America. It begins with the Civil War and ends in 1919 with Justice Holmes's dissenting opinion in the case of U.S. v. Abrams-the basis for the constitutional law of free speech. It is a book about a way of thinking that changed American life.
Genre: Non-Fiction | History

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 Release: Operation Breakout by Mark E. Cooper (.ePUB)   Sci-Fi/Fantasy   Posted by: hollingdale at Wed Jul 16, 2014 7:06 pm 
Operation Breakout by Mark E. Cooper (Merkiaari Wars #4)
Requirements: epub reader (389KB)
Overview: Kate Richmond, former army ranger and ISS operative, has seen a lot in her life. Sabotage, espionage, cyber theft, and assassination missions have all played their parts in her journey to becoming a viper. Nothing surprises her much any more, not even a full scale incursion of an alien race by the Merkiaari! When a battle in the Border Zone leaves a pirate ship crippled, boarded by Alliance Marines, and reveals information that links Kate's brother with a dead viper and a bunch of Merkiaari corpses, it's safe to say that she's surprised. It's time for the most important mission of her life. It's time to find her brother.
Genre: Sci-fi

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 Release: From Dawn to Decadence by Jacques Barzun (.ePUB)   General   Posted by: avoran at Wed Jul 16, 2014 7:05 pm 
From Dawn to Decadence by Jacques Barzun
Requirements: epub reader, 1.32MB
Highly regarded here and abroad for some thirty works of cultural history and criticism, master historian Jacques Barzun has now set down in one continuous narrative the sum of his discoveries and conclusions about the whole of Western culture since 1500. In this account, Barzun describes what Western Man wrought from the Renaisance and Reformation down to the present in the double light of its own time and our pressing concerns. He introduces characters and incidents with his unusual literary style and grace, bringing to the fore those that have "Puritans as Democrats," "The Monarch's Revolution," "The Artist Prophet and Jester" -- show the recurrent role of great themes throughout the eras. The triumphs and defeats of five hundred years form an inspiring saga that modifies the current impression of one long tale of oppression by white European males. Women and their deeds are prominent, and freedom (even in sexual matters) is not an invention of the last decades. And when Barzun rates the present not as a culmination but a decline, he is in no way a prophet of doom. Instead, he shows decadence as the creative novelty that will burst forth -- tomorrow or the next day.
Only after a lifetime of separate studies covering a broad territory could a writer create with such ease the synthesis displayed in this magnificent volume.
Genre: Non-Fiction | History

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