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Walkabout Dreaming: A Short Introduction – by Michael Mardel – Review

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This author is an Australian native, and he makes his aim pretty clear on the very first page of this book: "1. To give non-indigenous an understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal Dreaming and the importance of the land to the Indigenous...

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The Force of the Universe – by Lars Andersson – Review

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I bought this one on a whim and little did I know that I would find so many gold nuggets in it; given the low price I was not expecting much but when I actually started reading it, I was in for a nice surprise! The author succinctly describes the...

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Humans, Dogs, and Civilization – by Elaine Ostrach Chaika – Review

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I won't call myself an 'animal lover' per se, but lately, on the insistence of my partner, I have been thinking about adopting a couple of dogs. However, I was not exactly sure if I would be able to make a good 'parent' to my dogs or whether they...

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Influence Others and Make More Friends: 10 Tips You Wish You Were Knew Before Making More Friends – by Truong Vu – Review

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Man is a social creature and loneliness sucks. The author puts it quite well: "Having no friends is not a big deal, but striving to get friends and failing in the attempt is something to worry about." What follows is a list of 11 questions on...

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Tantric Sex: The Truth About Tantric Sex: The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Sacred Sexuality Through Neotantra (Tantric Sex Books, Tantric Sex For Men And Women) – by Chris Campbell – Review

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This is quite an interesting ebook on the kind of sex that I have not heard of till date. The irony is that although tantric sex have had its origins in India, the 'sex taboo' that the author speaks about is very much prevalent in the same country...

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Computer Walkabout:a Textbook of Computer Exercises for Upper Primary Students and Those Who Wish to Learn – by Michael Mardel – Review

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It is more or less a computer textbook cum dictionary and quite an exhaustive one at that. Suffice it to say, if you have an obscure computer-related term that you don't understand, you can look it up here, and the book won't disappoint you. Even...

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Most common questions about surviving emotional abuse…and the answers – by Michael Mardel and Patrick de Ferreira – Review

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In this day and age, unfortunately that is, emotional abuse in relationships has become more rampant and commonplace than ever. I would probably lose count if I try to remember how many psycho dates I have encountered in my life. But that is not as...

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Iceland Travel Guide: 10 tips You wish You Knew Before Traveling To Iceland – by Truong Vu – Review

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A wonderful, concise and easy-to-follow travel book that really does justice to the beauty of Iceland. I was taken aback when the author said that "When people normally think of Iceland, thoughts of cold weather, snow blizzards and, of...

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From Chicken Feet to Crystal Baths: An Englishman’s Travels Throughout China – by Ian Mote – Review

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An excellent travel book on China that goes above and beyond describing the pretty tourist attractions of the country I must say that my fascination for the country grew ever since I watched the movie "The Last Emperor." I have not been able...

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Crochet Afghans: Discover How to Crochet a Perfect Afghan in Less Than a Day – by Emma Brown – Review

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I have read a few crocheting guides so far but Emma Brown's book "Crochet Afghans: Discover How to Crochet a Perfect Afghan in Less Than a Day" struck quite another chord with me. I have not, regretfully, been able to master crocheting thus far...

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Storyteller Walkabout Workbook: write your own historical story in 10 easy lessons – by Michael Mardel – Review

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Anyone who is interested in learning about the art of storytelling without any of the usual 'talk down' found in the books of 'self-styled gurus' should get this ebook. I have not seen a simpler writing style than this. The step-by-step methods are...

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Prescription Drug Abuse: The Ultimate Cure Guide for How to Overcome A Prescription Drug Addiction (Pain Pill, Opiate, Vicodin, Oxycontin, Pain Killers, Detox, Recovery) – by Caesar Lincoln – Review

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An awesome and much-needed book on a rather common problem An awesome and much-needed book on a rather common problem, prescription drug abuse. The book is quite concise which is good because I don't think the majority of drug abusers are...