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Posted by: BunnyLips at Aug 30th, 2016, 9:51 pm in Biographies & Memoirs

A Season of Darkness by Douglas Jones, Phyllis Gobbell
Requirements: ePUB / AZW Reader, 2.0MB
Overview: When nine-year-old Marcia Trimble was murdered n 1975, her parents believed justice would be served. But it would take more than thirty years before the case finally came to its shocking, unexpected, and long-awaited conclusion.
Genre: Non-fiction, biographies, memoirs, true crime

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Posted by: BunnyLips at Aug 30th, 2016, 9:47 pm in General Fiction/Classics

The Art of Joy: A Novel by Goliarda Sapienza
Requirements: ePUB / AZW Reader, 1.7MB
Overview: The tumultuous twentieth century, told through the life of a single extraordinary woman

Rejected by a series of publishers, abandoned in a chest for twenty years, Goliarda Sapienza's masterpiece, The Art of Joy, survived a turbulent path to publication. It wasn't until 2005, when it was released in France, that this novel received the recognition it deserves. At last, Sapienza's remarkable book is available in English, in a brilliant translation by Anne Milano Appel and with an illuminating introduction by Angelo Pellegrino.

The Art of Joy centers on Modesta, a Sicilian woman born on January 1, 1900, whose strength and character are an affront to conventional morality. Impoverished as a child, Modesta believes she is destined for a better life. She is able, through grace and intelligence, to secure marriage to an aristocrat—without compromising her own deeply felt values. Friend, mother, lover—Modesta revels in upsetting the rules of her fascist, patriarchal society.

This is the history of the twentieth century, transfigured by the perspective of one extraordinary woman. Sapienza, an intriguing figure in her own right—her father homeschooled her so she wouldn't be exposed to fascist influences—was a respected actress and writer who drew on her own struggles to craft this powerful epic. A fictionalized memoir, a book of romance and adventure, a feminist text, a bildungsroman—this novel is ultimately undefinable but deeply necessary; its genius will leave readers breathless.
Genre: Fiction, Historical

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Posted by: notengos at Aug 30th, 2016, 9:39 pm in General Fiction/Classics

No One Writes Back by Jang Eun-jin, Jung Yewon (Translator)
Requirements: ePUB, MOBI or AZW3 Reader, 1.3MB
Overview: Communication or the lack thereof is the subject of this sly update of the picaresque.

Communication or the lack thereof is the subject of this sly update of the picaresque. No One Writes Back is the story of a young man who leaves home with only his blind dog, an MP3 player, and a book, traveling aimlessly for three years, from motel to motel, meeting people on the road. Rather than learn the names of his fellow travelers or invent nicknames for them he assigns them numbers. There’s 239, for example, who once dreamed of being a poet, but who now only reads her poems to a friend in a coma; there’s 109, who rides trains endlessly because of a broken heart; and 32, who’s already decided to commit suicide. The narrator writes letters to these men and women in the hope that he can console them in their various miseries, as well as keep a record of his own experiences: “A letter is like a journal entry for me, except that it gets sent to other people.” No one writes back, of course, but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t some hope that one of them will, someday . .
Genre: General Fiction, Literature

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Posted by: notengos at Aug 30th, 2016, 9:26 pm in Tech & Devices

Real Python: Introduction to Python by Fletcher Heisler (Part 1)
Requirements: ePUB or MOBI Reader, 1.9MB
Overview: Real Python teaches programming and web development through hands on, interesting examples that are useful and fun! Join the thousands who have already benefited from these unique Python courses and download your copy today. Get three courses, with over 1,300 pages of content - packed with exercises, sample files, assignments, and videos.

We start with the syntax both 2.7 and 3.5 to provide you with a solid base to stand on. Then, moving on to web development, you’ll learn database programming with SQL, web scraping, REST fundamentals, and much more before moving on to three powerful web frameworks: Flask, web2py, and Django. Finally, after you’ve developed a number of web apps, we move on to advanced web development where we teach software craftsmanship with Django. Essentially, you will learn best practices while building an enterprise grade web app utilizing a number of tools like Bootstrap, Git, Heroku, Angular, Vagrant, Travis CI, MongoDB, and PostgreSQL, to name a few.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Computer Science, Programming, Python

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Posted by: xander88 at Aug 30th, 2016, 9:16 pm in Sci-Fi/Fantasy

The Devil Is a Part-Timer!, Vol. 5 by Satoshi Wagahara
Requirements: Epub reader, 2.16 Mb
Overview: With the repairs to his dingy one-bedroom apartment completed, Maou needs a new TV, so...the Devil's going digital! The trouble is, Maou and Ashiya don't know the first thing about flat-screens, so they bring Emi's friend Rika along with them to the local big-box electronics outlet. For some reason, Suzuno ends up coming along, and it turns into a shopping tour with the whole gang!
Genre: Fantasy

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Posted by: vestica at Aug 30th, 2016, 9:14 pm in Educational

Microbiology: Principles and Explorations by Jacquelyn G. Black, Laura J. Black
Requirements: PDF Reader, 70,47Mb
Overview: Microbiology: Principles and Explorations has been a best-selling textbook for several editions due to the authors engaging writing style where her passion for the subject shines through the narrative. The texts student-friendly approach provides readers with an excellent introduction to the study of Microbiology. This text is appropriate for non-major and mixed major microbiology courses, as well as allied health, agriculture and food sciences courses.
Genre: Non-Fiction,Biological Sciences

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Posted by: notengos at Aug 30th, 2016, 9:09 pm in General Fiction/Classics

Update by Dennis O'Driscoll
Requirements: ePUB, MOBI or AZW3 Reader, 1.2MB
Overview: After the completion of 'Dear Life', his highly praised ninth collection of poems, Dennis O'Driscoll kept his finished poems in a computer file called 'Newest Poems', subtitled 'Since completion of 'Dear Life" and 'April 2011 - '. This book reproduces its complete contents. The title we have given it, from an outstanding poem, signifies one important aspect of the collection: that it forms a substantial update to the body of his published work. Despite the collection's provisional and unfinished nature (since the poet surely hoped to add to it and prepare it for publication), the 33 poems are ones which his many readers will want to have. Darker even than much of 'Dear Life', they are full of his inimitable humour, his searching eye, his characteristic wit and wisdom.
Genre: Poetry

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Posted by: xander88 at Aug 30th, 2016, 9:05 pm in Sci-Fi/Fantasy

The Record of the Saints Caliber series by M. David White (#1-#2)
Requirements: Epub reader, 1.91 Mb
Overview: M. David White lives just outside of Chicago. He has been writing stories ever since he was a little boy when his mom would help him write the words down. He is an avid writer of fantasy and fiction and has published a number of projects over the years. He lives with his wonderful wife, three kids, and an indoor zoo which consists of four cats, a dog, a rabbit and a fox. When he’s not writing, he’s thinking about writing. When he’s not thinking about writing, he’s wondering which one of the animals is plotting against him. He also fancies himself an outdoor chef and enjoys grilling and BBQ, even if it’s raining. He fears the eventual rise of robot overlords and has a stash of tinfoil hats...just in case.
Genre: Fantasy

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