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ICED! The Illusionary Treatment Option by Gary Reinl

ICED! The Illusionary Treatment Option by Gary Reinl The American Journal of Sports Medicine (2004), The Journal of Athletic Training (2004), The Cleveland Clinic (2011) … the unanimous peer-reviewed results go on and on … But it is not just confined to research, as many athletes are discovering this in practice. In fact, in a 2008 Sports Illustrated article, two-time Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum stated that he “never” uses ice after throwing. In …

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Stray: Memoir of a Runaway by Tanya Marquardt

Stray: Memoir of a Runaway by Tanya Marquardt Brutal and beautiful, Stray is the true story of a girl who runs away and finds herself. After growing up in a dysfunctional and emotionally abusive home, Tanya Marquardt runs away on her sixteenth birthday. Her departure is an act of rebellion and survival—whatever she is heading toward has to be better than what she is leaving behind. Struggling with her inner demons, Tanya must learn to take care …

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The Nazi Hunters by Damien Lewis

The Nazi Hunters by Damien Lewis The Nazi Hunters is the incredible, hitherto untold story of the most secret chapter in the SAS’s history. Officially, the world’s most elite special forces unit was dissolved at the end of the Second World War, and not reactivated until the 1950s. Among their last actions was a disastrous commando raid into occupied France in 1944, which ended in the capture, torture and execution of 31 soldiers. It can now …

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Give People Money by Annie Lowrey

Give People Money: How a Universal Basic Income Would End Poverty, Revolutionize Work, and Remake the World by Annie Lowrey [ARC] A brilliantly reported, global look at universal basic income—a stipend given to every citizen—and why it might be the answer for our age of rising inequality, persistent poverty, and dazzling technology. Imagine if every month the government deposited $1,000 into your checking account, with no strings attached and nothing expected in return. It sounds …

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Christ on the Psych Ward by David Finnegan-Hosey

Christ on the Psych Ward by David Finnegan-Hosey Christ on the Psych Ward is a series of reflections on the intersections among mental health, faith, and ministry. Beginning with his own experience, Finnegan-Hosey shares ways communities of faith can be present with those suffering from mental illness and crises. Weaving together personal testimony, theological reflection, and practical ministry experience, he offers a message of hope for those suffering and for friends and faith communities struggling to …

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Blenheim: Battle for Europe, How Two Men Stopped The French Conquest Of Europe by Charles Spencer

Blenheim: Battle for Europe by Charles Spencer How Two Men Stopped The French Conquest Of Europe By the summer of 1704 Louis XIV’s vast armies threatened to dominate Europe. Two men conspired to save the continent from French rule: John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough, and Prince Eugène of Savoy. Deep in Germany, these two committed allies sought to engage Louis’s superior forces. At Blenheim, their daring plans came to fruition. The French were utterly destroyed. …

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To Catch a King: Charles II’s Great Escape by Charles Spencer

To Catch a King: Charles II’s Great Escape by Charles Spencer How did the most wanted man in the country outwit the greatest manhunt in British history? In January 1649, King Charles I was beheaded in London outside his palace of Whitehall and Britain became a republic. When his eldest son, Charles, returned in 1651 to fight for his throne, he was crushed by the might of Cromwell’s armies at the battle of Worcester. With …

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Pledge For An Integrated India by Devesh Khandelwal

Pledge For An Integrated India by Devesh Khandelwal Many great people in india’s post-independence history have gone into oblivion only because they were not part of the nehruvian consensus or refused to adopt models of communism or socialism. these forgotten personalities were also proud of india’s rich history and dreamt of bringing back its lost glory. they believed in the integrity of india and devoted their life to it – so that india could rise …

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Apollo 8: The Thrilling Story of the First Mission to the Moon by Jeffrey Kluger

Apollo 8: The Thrilling Story of the First Mission to the Moon by Jeffrey Kluger The untold story of the historic voyage to the moon that closed out one of our darkest years with a nearly unimaginable triumph In August 1968, NASA made a bold decision: in just sixteen weeks, the United States would launch humankind’s first flight to the moon. Only the year before, three astronauts had burned to death in their spacecraft, and …

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The Tenth Island: Finding Joy, Beauty, and Unexpected Love in the Azores by Diana Marcum

The Tenth Island: Finding Joy, Beauty, and Unexpected Love in the Azores by Diana Marcum From a Pulitzer Prize–winning writer comes an exuberant memoir of personal loss and longing, and finding connection on the remote Azorean islands of the Atlantic Ocean. Reporter Diana Marcum is in crisis. A long-buried personal sadness is enfolding her—and her career is stalled—when she stumbles upon an unusual group of immigrants living in rural California. She follows them on their …

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Meme is the New Mean: Bullying Behind the Screen by Shani Major

Meme is the New Mean: Bullying Behind the Screen by Shani Major Meme is the New Mean explores the transformation of bullying in the new era of social media. As cyberbullying reaches an all time high, now is the time to shift the focus to social media solutions. Meme is the Mew Mean uncovers: -The Fuel for our not so secret addiction to social media. -The role of the meme in bully culture. -Potential effects …

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A Pound of Paper: Confessions of a Book Addict by John Baxter

A Pound of Paper: Confessions of a Book Addict by John Baxter In the rural Australia of the fifties where John Baxter grew up, reading books was disregarded with suspicion, owning and collecting them with utter incomprehension. Despite this, by the age of eleven Baxter had ‘collected’ his first book – The Poems of Rupert Brooke. He’d read the volume often, but now he had to own it. This was the beginning of what would become …

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The World of Lore: Wicked Mortals by Aaron Mahnke (The World of Lore #2)

The World of Lore: Wicked Mortals by Aaron Mahnke (The World of Lore #2) A chilling, lavishly illustrated who’s-who of the most despicable people ever to walk the earth, featuring both rare and best-loved stories from the hit podcast Lore, now an online streaming series. Here are the incredible true stories of some of the mortals who achieved notoriety in history and folklore through horrible means. Monsters of this sort – serial killers, desperate criminals, and …

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The World of Lore: Monstrous Creatures by Aaron Mahnke (The World of Lore #1)

The World of Lore: Monstrous Creatures by Aaron Mahnke (The World of Lore #1) A fascinating, beautifully illustrated guide to the monsters that are part of our collective psyche, from the host of the hit podcast Lore, soon to be an online streaming series. They live in shadows–deep in the forest, late in the night, in the dark recesses of our minds. They’re spoken of in stories and superstitions, relics of an unenlightened age, old …

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Erotic Drawings by Victoria Charles

Erotic Drawings by Victoria Charles From Michelangelo to Rubens, Degas and Picasso, erotic art has attracted many great masters, who created works that captivate the beholder like few others. In spite of, or maybe even because of, this attraction, erotic art has never failed to evoke controversy, and regularly had to defend itself from charges of porn*graphy. This book guides readers from early portrayals of erotic scenes produced in the 16th and 17th centuries, to …

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The Day I Met Jesus by Frank Viola & Mary DeMuth

The Day I Met Jesus: The Revealing Diaries of Five Women from the Gospels by Frank Viola & Mary DeMuth Two thousand years ago, Jesus Christ met face-to-face with people just like you. Broken, imperfect, sometimes fearful and without hope. The Day I Met Jesus is a beautifully crafted narrative that chronicles the remarkable encounters of five women in the Gospels who were desperate to find wholeness, security, and purpose. Like all of us, these women struggled …

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In the Meantime: Finding Yourself and the Love You Want by Iyanla Vanzant

In the Meantime: Finding Yourself and the Love You Want by Iyanla Vanzant The #1 national bestseller from the host of the show Iyanla: Fix My Life on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) that answers the question: What’s love got to do with it in the meantime? You know where you want to be, but you have no clue how to get there. You know exactly what you want in life, but what you want is nowhere …

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The Terrible by Yrsa Daley-Ward

The Terrible by Yrsa Daley-Ward From the poet behind bone, a lyrical memoir—part prose, part verse—about coming-of-age, uncovering the cruelty and the beauty of the wider world, and redemption through self-discovery and the bonds of family “My little brother and I saw a unicorn in the garden in the late nineties. I’m telling you. Neither one of us made it up; it was as real as anything else.” The Terrible, Yrsa Daley-Ward’s brave, raw, lyrical memoir …

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Bone by Yrsa Daley-Ward

Bone by Yrsa Daley-Ward From the celebrated poet Yrsa Daley-Ward, a poignant collection of autobiographical poems about the heart, life, and the inner self.  Bone. Visceral. Close to. Stark. The poems in Yrsa Daley-Ward’s collection bone are exactly that: reflections on a particular life honed to their essence–so clear and pared-down, they become universal. From navigating the oft competing worlds of religion and desire, to balancing society’s expectations with the raw experience of being a woman in …

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Tonight I’m Someone Else: Essays by Chelsea Hodson

Tonight I’m Someone Else: Essays by Chelsea Hodson A highly anticipated collection, from the writer Maggie Nelson has called, “bracingly good…refreshing and welcome,” that explores the myriad ways in which desire and commodification intersect. From graffiti gangs and Grand Theft Auto to sugar daddies, Schopenhauer, and a deadly game of Russian roulette, in these essays, Chelsea Hodson probes her own desires to examine where the physical and the proprietary collide. She asks what our privacy, our intimacy, …

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Out-Of-Body Adventures: 30 Days to the Most Exciting Experience of Your Life by Rick Stack

Out-Of-Body Adventures: 30 Days to the Most Exciting Experience of Your Life by Rick Stack This classic in the field is a no nonsense manual on how to induce out of body experiences. It provides a simple, 30-day program that will show you how to walk through walls, fly around your neighborhood, travel through time, and experience the wonder of being in other dimensions. With OUT-OF-BODY ADVENTURES, just about anybody willing to apply themselves can …

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Cloud Security: Introduction to Cloud Security and Data Protection by Nate Jenner

Cloud Security: Introduction to Cloud Security and Data Protection by Nate Jenner This book is an exploration of cloud security. The various cloud security threats, risks and concerns have been discussed in detail. The cloud security controls have also been discussed. These are measures that cloud service providers can put in place in a bid to ensure that data stored in the cloud is safe and secure. Fir cloud data to be secure, there is …

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Fawn’s Touching Tale: A Story for Children Who Have Been Sexually Abused by Agnes Wohl

Fawn’s Touching Tale: A Story for Children Who Have Been Sexually Abused by Agnes Wohl Introduction to Parents, School Personnel and Psychotherapists:  There are many books aimed at the prevention of sexual abuse; few story books are geared for children that deal with the profound emotional aftermath. This book is unique because it offers the use of engaging animal protagonists, which allows the child to work through painful emotions in a less threatening and more …

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The Map to Abundance: The No Exceptions Guide to Creating Money, Success, and Bliss by Boni Lonnsburry

The Map to Abundance: The No Exceptions Guide to Creating Money, Success, and Bliss by Boni Lonnsburry You’ve heard about the Law of Attraction. Maybe you’ve even tried to create abundance in your own life. Did you succeed? This author has. Boni went from living the nightmare (foreclosure and bankruptcy) to become a multi-millionaire—and she created it consciously. The power to create anything already exists within us. You are no exception. If you can think …

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The Map: To Our Responsive Universe, Where Dreams Really Do Come True! by Boni Lonnsburry

The Map: To Our Responsive Universe, Where Dreams Really Do Come True! by Boni Lonnsburry Do you feel as if you’ve read every law of attraction book out there and you still can’t get your dreams to manifest? That’s the way Boni felt too. At the peak of her frustration, with her home in foreclosure and on the brink of bankruptcy, she gave up on the law of attraction. Ironically, that choice freed her to …

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The Richer Woman: A woman’s guide to true wealth by Omilola Oshikoya

The Richer Woman: A woman’s guide to true wealth by Omilola Oshikoya The Richer Woman is the true story of a young woman’s pursuit of wealth, taking her on a journey of career validation, personal identity, marital conflict, adultery and spiritual enlightenment, and leading her to the discovery of true wealth and purpose. A certified wealth and life coach, Omilola Oshikoya’s autobiographical debut is packed with wealth and life-coaching tips to help every woman live …

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The Emotion Code by Bradley Nelson

The Emotion Code by Bradley Nelson The Emotion Code is a powerful and simple way to rid yourself of unseen baggage. Releasing trapped emotions often results in the sudden disappearance of physical problems, self-sabotage, and recurring relationship difficulties. Filled with real-world examples from many years of clinical practice, The Emotion Code is a distinct and authoritative new work that is destined to become an instant classic on self-healing.   FREE Download The Emotion Code by …

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Ordinary Magic by Cameron Powell

Ordinary Magic by Cameron Powell Promises I Kept to My Mother Through Life, Illness, and a Very Long Walk on the Camino de Santiago   A terrifying diagnosis. An unbreakable bond. And one unforgettable journey. Cameron Powell has always struggled with goodbyes. On the day his marriage ends, he finds out his mother s cancer has returned and this time there may be no escape. Faced with the prospect of more chemo and surgery, his …

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Thirteen Ways to Talk About Thirteen Reasons Why by Stephanie Kreml

Thirteen Ways to Talk About Thirteen Reasons Why by Stephanie Kreml Whether or not you watch 13 Reasons Why, this book will help you have better conversations with your teens. When Netflix released 13 Reasons Why in 2017, many parents were caught off guard and did not know how to deal with the show’s difficult subject matter. However, the popularity of the show indicates teens are curious, and with the release of the new season, teens will be …

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To the Bridge: A True Story of Motherhood and Murder by Nancy Rommelmann

To the Bridge: A True Story of Motherhood and Murder by Nancy Rommelmann The case was closed, but for journalist Nancy Rommelmann, the mystery remained: What made a mother want to murder her own children? On May 23, 2009, Amanda Stott-Smith drove to the middle of the Sellwood Bridge in Portland, Oregon, and dropped her two children into the Willamette River. Forty minutes later, rescuers found the body of four-year-old Eldon. Miraculously, his seven-year-old sister, …

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Determined: The Story of Holocaust Survivor Avraham Perlmutter by A. Avraham Perlmutter Ph.D.

Determined: The Story of Holocaust Survivor Avraham Perlmutter by A. Avraham Perlmutter Ph.D. Avraham Perlmutter is just ten years old when his life changes forever. In 1938, the Nazis arrive in Avraham’s hometown of Vienna, Austria. Desperate to help their son survive, his parents send him to the Netherlands. But the invading German army soon follows. During the ensuing war-torn years, young Avraham braves harrowing captures, daring escapes, torturous hiding, and heartbreaking losses. Yet he …

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Maybe You Will Survive: A Holocaust Memoir by Aron Goldfarb & Graham Diamond

Maybe You Will Survive: A Holocaust Memoir by Aron Goldfarb & Graham Diamond In Graham Diamond’s collaboration with Aron Goldfarb, the reader feels the struggles of people trying to survive during the Holocaust. The author recounts his experiences in Poland during the Holocaust, when he escaped from a forced labor camp and, with his brother, hid in underground holes on the grounds of an estate controlled by the Gestapo. Aron Goldfarb currently lives a quiet, simple …

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Magick for Beginners: An Introduction to a Magickal Life by Sharon Fitzgerald

Magick for Beginners: An Introduction to a Magickal Life by Sharon Fitzgerald A Guide to the Wonderful World of Magick Magick is the art and science that causes change in accordance to the will. Changes are brought about by collecting and harnessing energies from nature and using it to invoke positive energies. Some people believe that magick is equivocal to black magic but it is an age old tradition that stems out from the belief …

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