30 Assorted Biographies & Memoirs Books Collection July 16, 2021

30 Assorted Biographies & Memoirs Books Collection July 16, 2021

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My Father by Arvind Panagariya

‎ B0936GWPTB

In 1946, Baloo Lal Panagariya, then twenty-five years old, arrived in Jaipur to join the editorial staff of the newspaper Lokvani, devoted to exposing the excesses of the British and princely rulers of Rajputana. Though unremarkable in itself, the story behind this event is one of the triumph of human spirit over adversity.

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2021.epubEnglish3 MB
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Agent You by Nicole Lynn

‎ B08NHRC45T

What does it take to achieve your personal and professional goals? When is the right time to take calculated risks, and how do you prepare for the moment when opportunity presents itself? If anyone can show you how to do this, it’s Nicole Lynn.

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2021.epubEnglish956 KB
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Servants of Evil by Bob Carruthers

‎ B00580JROW

History is always written by the victors… this is the other side of the coin. This is the front line perspective on World War II as seen through the eyes of the losing side, the men who fought for Hitler. These are the recollections of the men of the Kriegsmarine, the Luftwaffe and the Heer. Altogether they formed the Wehrmacht which in 1940 was the most efficient fighting force the world had ever seen.

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2011.epubEnglish2 MB
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Writing Is My Drink by Theo Pauline Nestor

9781451665093

Whether you’re aiming for a New York Times bestseller or a short personal essay to share with family and friends, a popular blogger and memoirist shows you the way in this witty writing guide and disarmingly candid account of discovering her own voice. “Theo Pauline Nestor has a big heart and a real feel for the pain and craziness of human life,” wrote Pulitzer Prize-winning author Frank McCourt.

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2013.epubEnglish499 KB
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White Coal City by Robert Boschman

‎ B08W298SH5

A moving, unflinching exploration of life in Prince Albert on Treaty Six territory, as told through one family’s multigenerational story. Robert Boschman grew up in the living quarters of the King Koin Launderette in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, sandwiched between a residential school and a jail built in the aftermath of the Riel Resistance of 1885. White Coal City is the story of this hard hockey-obsessed white-settler town on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River and Boschman’s troubled family who traveled these lands.

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2021.epubEnglish1 MB

Unstoppable Brilliance by Michael Fitzgerald

‎ B00UEXOU6S

How much of what exceptional people achieve can be put down to their own efforts and inner drive, and how much to fate? In this groundbreaking study, the authors argue that the extraordinary achievements of key figures in Irish history were indeed unstoppable – a product of their character and unique way of interacting with the world.

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2006.epubEnglish399 KB
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Unnatural Murder by Anne Somerset

‎ 978-0753801987

‘A gripping detective story … Wonderfully dramatic … Probably the juiciest court scandal of the past 500 years’ Daily Mail

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1998.epubEnglish9 MB
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The Right Sort of Girl by Anita Rani

‎ B08P71MLYH

‘Warm, honest and funny, filled with hope and inspiration’ Nikesh Shukla ‘Funny, touching, occasionally veering into beautifully controlled, quiet rage… a must-read’ Viv Groskop ‘Like a bloody good natter with your down-to-earth friend’ Shappi Khorsandi ‘A joy from start to finish’ Emma Kennedy ‘Empowering… I will be recommending to everyone I know’ Nikita Gill ‘I’m a girl and northern and brown, didn’t you know? A triple threat!’ Fizzing with energy, hilarity and charm, The Right Sort of Girl is a coming-of-age story of identity.

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2021.epubEnglish2 MB
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The Reason I Jump by Naoki Higashida

‎ B00BVJG3CS

“One of the most remarkable books I’ve ever read. It’s truly moving, eye-opening, incredibly vivid.”–Jon Stewart, The Daily Show NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY NPR AND BOOKISH • FINALIST FOR THE BOOKS FOR A BETTER LIFE FIRST BOOK AWARD NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER You’ve never read a book like The Reason I Jump. Written by Naoki Higashida, a very smart, very self-aware, and very charming thirteen-year-old boy with autism, it is a one-of-a-kind memoir that demonstrates how an autistic mind thinks, feels, perceives, and responds in ways few of us can imagine.

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2007.epubEnglish24 MB
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The Letters of Shirley Jackson by Shirley Jackson

‎ 0593134648

A bewitchingly brilliant collection of never-before-published letters from the renowned author of “The Lottery” and The Haunting of Hill House i must stop writing letters and get to writing a novel. Shirley Jackson is one of the most important American authors of the last hundred years and among our greatest chroniclers of the female experience. This extraordinary compilation of personal correspondence has all the hallmarks of Jackson’s beloved fiction: flashes of the uncanny in the domestic, sparks of horror in the quotidian, and the veins of humor that run through good times and bad.

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2021.epubEnglish15 MB
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That Will Be England Gone by Michael Henderson

‎ 978-1472132871

‘For those who fear the worst for the sport they love, this is like cool, clear water for a man dying of thirst. It’s barnstorming, coruscating stuff, and as fine a book about the game as you’ll read for years’ Mail on Sunday ‘Charming . . . a threnody for a vanished and possibly mythical England’ Sebastian Faulks, Sunday Times ‘Lyrical . . .

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2021.epubEnglish319 KB

Spitfire Leader by Dennis Newton

‎ B011VK2RNU

Pitched into the maelstrom of air fighting in the summer of 1940, twenty-four-year-old Gordon Olive barely lived to tell this extraordinary tale of courage and endurance. As Britain fought alone for its survival, ‘the Few’ of RAF Fighter Command took to the air grievously outnumbered, many reaching breaking point, exhausted physically and mentally by unreleting, intense combat.

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2019.epubEnglish1 MB

Speed Girl by Stephan Talty

‎ B01N5WK16A

Speed Girl is the true story of how aerospace engineer turned race-car driver Janet Guthrie triumphed over hostility, chauvinism—even sabotage—to become the first woman to finish the Indianapolis 500. It’s the 1970s, and the fight for women’s rights is gaining speed. In the sports world, Billie Jean King is breaking gender barriers on the tennis court. Janet Guthrie doesn’t consider herself a “women’s libber,” but to racing’s good ol’ boys, she’s a threat. When Guthrie makes a bid for Indy in 1976, the other drivers slam her mercilessly, even suggesting she’s really a man. Fans heckle her, hoping she’ll crash.

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2017.epubEnglish654 KB

Committed by Adam Stern

‎ B08B3NCFHV

Grey’s Anatomy meets One L in this psychiatrist’s charming and poignant memoir about his residency at Harvard. Adam Stern was a student at a state medical school before being selected to train as a psychiatry resident at one of the most prestigious programs in the country. His new and initially intimidating classmates were high achievers from the Ivy League and other elite universities around the nation.

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2021.epubEnglish1 MB
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Murder on the Inside by Catherine Fogarty

‎ B08K55G96J

On April 14, 1971, a handful of prisoners attacked the guards at Kingston Penitentiary and seized control. The inmates held the guards hostage for four intense days, making headlines around the world and drawing international attention to the dehumanizing realities of incarceration when several inmates appeared on camera and described the overcrowding, inadequate rehabilitation programs, harsh punishment, and extreme isolation they endured.

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2021.epubEnglish14 MB

Loose Head by Joe Marler

‎ 1529107520

The hilarious, unfiltered truth about being a rugby player – from the horsey’s mouth. How to survive the force of 30 car crashes a game What not to call Eddie Jones Exposing the secret naked wrestling scene The ludicrous player who bought a flash car he couldn’t fit his twenty-stone behind into (er…that’ll be me) This book is not just about how I got back on my horse and went clippity-clop all the way to the World Cup final in Japan. It’s the story of how a fat kid who had to live up to the nickname Psycho grew up to play (and party) for over a decade with rugby’s greatest pros.

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2020.epubEnglish41 MB

Lieutenant Dangerous by Jeff Danziger

‎ B08KSQZVZG

“A must-read war memoir… with zero punches pulled, related by one of the most incisive observers of the American political scene.” —KIRKUS (starred review) “Funny, biting, thoughtful and wholly original.” —Tim O’Brien, author of The Things They Carried Jeff Danziger, one of the leading political cartoonists of his generation, captures the fear, sorrow, absurdity, and unintended but inevitable consequences of war with dark humor and penetrating moral clarity.

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2021.epubEnglish3 MB

Into the Void by Barney Hoskyns

‎ 978-1844491506

A Rock’s Backpages Reader. Ozzy Osbourne is the undisputed heavyweight godfather of Planet Metal. When his band Black Sabbath emerged from working-class Birmingham in the late Sixties, there were no precedents for their sludgy, barbiturated, Hammer Horror Rock.Three and a half decades on, no one has topped the awesome grind of Paranoid, Sweet Leaf, Iron Man, War Pigs, Supernaut and other Sabbath classics. Sabbath remain the template for rock as much of an influence on grunge as on Nu Metal.

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2004.epubEnglish3 MB
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I Have Life by Marianne Thamm

‎ B01G8WS2CG

Like an apparition, conjured out of the darkness, a young man with light blond hair pushed his face into the car. I immediately spotted the knife. It was a long, thin weapon, almost like a letter opener, with a tapering blade. It felt cold and spiny as he pressed it to my neck. When he spoke his voice, which was quiet and controlled, sounded as though it emanated from a distant planet. But every word thudded into my skull. “Move over or I’ll kill you,” he whispered.

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2016.epubEnglish6 MB
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Grief Connects Us by Joseph D. Stern

‎ 1949481514

In his exceptionally thought-provoking and moving memoir, neurosurgeon Joseph D. Stern explores how personal loss influences the way physicians relate to patients and their families. How does a doctor who deals with the death of patients on a regular basis confront his own loss when his beloved sister is living out her last days? Despite a career as a neurosurgeon, Joseph Stern learned more about the nature of illness and death after his younger sister Victoria developed leukemia than his formal medical training ever taught him.

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2021.epubEnglish13 MB

Going Around The Bend by Mark Time

‎ 978-0007931071

Mark Time’s latest memoir turns the tables on Bill Bryson as a Limey submerged in the mystifying world of America’s Mid West. As the bookend to the ‘Bootneck Threesome’ trilogy, Mark turns away from a hapless life in green and join the ranks of misguided adventurer. As follow-up to the internationally acclaimed Going Commando and Going All The Way, Mark continues unabated in his quest to celebrate buffoonery.

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2014.epubEnglish401 KB

Going All The Way by Mark Time

‎ B0992DLY85

#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER #1 USA TODAY BESTSELLER From the number-one bestselling author of The Nightingale and The Great Alone comes a powerful American epic about love and heroism and hope, set during the Great Depression, a time when the country was in crisis and at war with itself, when millions were out of work and even the land seemed to have turned against them.

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2021.epubEnglish420 KB

From Telegrapher to Titan by Valerie Knowles

‎ 1550024884

Winner of the 2005 Ottawa Book Award for Non-fiction , the 2005 University of British Columbia Award for Best Canadian Biography, and the Canadian Railroad Historical Association Award for Best Railway Book of the Year. William Van Horne was one of North America’s most accomplished men.

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2004.epubEnglish1 MB
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Frantz Fanon by Christopher J. Lee

‎ B017U9FDI2

“Christopher Lee has written a delightfully compelling introduction to Frantz Fanon. Well-researched and thoroughly grounded, Lee’s study admirably situates Fanon in the broadest historical context, while subtly explaining Fanon’s powerful legacy today. This book taught me many things, revealing in intriguing ways the works of a black thinker from Martinique who so passionately embraced the Algerian Revolution, and so ardently desired to be embraced by it.

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2015.epubEnglish2 MB

Forgotten Voices Of The Great War by Max Arthur

‎ 978-0091888879

A fascinating history of World War I in the words of the men who were there — “an extraordinary and immensely moving book.” –Stephen Fry In 1960, the Imperial War Museum began a momentous and important task. A team of academics, archivists and volunteers set about tracing WWI veterans and interviewing them at length in order to record the experiences of ordinary individuals in war.

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2003.epubEnglish4 MB

Fallopian Rhapsody by The Lunachicks

‎ B08KQ2LLR9

Dive into this no-holds-barred group autobiography of the critically acclaimed feminist punk-rock group, The Lunachicks—featuring never-before-seen materials from the band’s private archive. Fallopian Rhapsody: The Story of the Lunachicks is a coming-of-age tale about a band of NYC teenagers who forged a sisterhood, found salvation, and fervently crashed the gates of punk rock during the ’90s, accidentally becoming feminist icons along the way.

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2021.epubEnglish9 MB
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Elon Musk In His Own Words by Jessica Easto

‎ 978-1572842144

Get inside the head of one of the most compelling entrepreneurs of our time with this collection of quotes from global business icon Elon Musk, the founder and CEO of Tesla Motors and SpaceX. Elon Musk, the South African-born entrepreneur who made his first fortune with Internet companies such as PayPal, has risen to global prominence as the visionary CEO of both Tesla Motors and SpaceX, two companies with self-proclaimed missions to improve life as we know it and better secure the future of humanity.

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2017.epubEnglish1 MB
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Car Crash by Lech Blaine

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At seventeen, Lech Blaine walked away unharmed from a car crash that killed three of his friends and left two in comas. On a May night in 2009, seven boys in Toowoomba, Queensland, piled into a car. They never arrived at their destination. The driver made a routine error, leading to a head-on collision. In the aftermath, rumours about speed and drink driving erupted.

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2021.epubEnglish1 MB
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A Complex Fate by Ken Cuthbertson

9780773597242

William Shirer (1904-1993), a star foreign correspondent with the Chicago Tribune in the 1920s and ’30s, was a prominent member of what one contemporary observer described as an extraordinary band of American journalists, “some with the Midwest hayseed still in their hair,” who gave their North American audiences a visceral sense of how Europe was spiralling into chaos and war.

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8217.epubEnglish4 MB

Bring Your Baggage and Don’t Pack Light by Helen Ellis

‎ B08L5WZBQT

The bestselling author of American Housewife and Southern Lady Code returns with a viciously funny, deeply-felt collection of literary essays on love, family, and friendship among grown-ass women. When Helen Ellis and her lady gang arrive for their vacation at the Redneck Riviera they bring a lot with them: stories of five husbands, past and present, seven kids, lost parents, lost jobs, a bad diagnosis, and enough gin and powdered onion dip mix to dehydrate an elephant.

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2021.epubEnglish1 MB
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