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You Are The Placebo By Dr. Joe Dispenza
by Joe Dispenza

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I have read this book more than once. It is challenging while inspirational. I am learning so much about how the brain works. Very interesting.

Transformers
by Joseph kuhr

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Easy to read

Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn
by Mark Twain

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The Adventures of Huckleberry finn by American author Mark Twain is a novel set in the pre Civil War, South that examine racism and explores themes of freedom,civilization and prejudice. An innate feeling of guilt eventually leads you to begin seeking out the money's true owner rather than keeping it for yourself.This reasoning between right and wrong is an example of morality,a theme we see again and again in Mark Twain's the Adventures of Huckleberry finn.It gives literary form to many aspects of the national destiny of the American people.The theme of travel and adventure I'd characteristically American and in Twain'sday it was still a reality of everyday life.The country was still very much on the move and during the novel Huck is moving with it.By the end of the novel,Huckleberry realizes he wants to live on his own terms,not how other's think he should live.The Adventures of Huckleberry finn is told from the point of view of Huckle finn,a barely literate teen who fakes his own death to escape ,his abusive,drunken father.He encounters run away slave named Jim and the two embark on a raft journey down the Mississippi river.The Adventures of huckleberry finn and the Adventures of Tom sawyer,both novels are set in the town of st.petersburg.Missouri which lies on the banks of the Mississippi river.That's an amazing book.It all revolves around a boy named Huckleberry finn who lived in the Mississippi River bank.He owns a father whose always drunk and beats him without any reason nevertheless caring for him.so,his son Huck decides to run away from the cruel being.Further he makes new friends. Also once disguises himself as of a girl. Really good for those who love adventures .we are always looking for what happens next.Full of madness fun.Grab it when you are in fullmood and definitely gonna charge your mind.Besides being full of adventures also reflects the sense of thinking in an adolescent boy who always there for new missions adventures .Huck is self sufficient young man who find his way along the river with an escaped slave

Stephen Hawking: An Unfettered Mind
by Kitty Ferguson

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Stephen had intrest in universe Stephen always had a question to the universe "what was universe like at the beginning, before anytime whatsoever passed?" Stephen's question had been declared a "initial condition" by a physicsts which means a boundary condition at the beginning of the universe? because of this Stephen continues to be heart of this condition and like to spend time investigating it , because of this morden day physicsts started researching the beginning of the universe Stephen's favorite questions was "how many ways the universe could have begun and still ended the same way as we observe it today?", arbitrary elementals include such as "constants of nature" with mass and charge electrons with velocity of light no theory explains them or predicts them. one of Stephen's concerns when he wrote the book brief history of time of there should clear understanding of of what it is meant ,Stephen also wrote a scientific theory of a model of universe in a flim clip in 1980 shows that with the help of a graduate assistant by this time Stephen had a very nonunderstandable speak but the people who know him well he can understand him when ever Stephen speaks assistant help graduted student understand his garbled speech , "the ability to make these intuitive leaps really what charaterizes a good therotical physicist said by Stephen , according to Stephen is that it must suggest what to expect from future observations.

Are You My Mother
by P D Eastman Book

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Easy to read

A Touch Of Ruin
by Scarlett St. Clair

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Finished the book in one whole setting - stayed up the whole night it was SO SO SO SO SO GOOD

Chess we have got all the best moves
by Tom Jackson

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Learning basics of ?? chess and helps me figure out what each piece does

Swallowing Mercury
by Wioletta Grzegorzewska

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I really loved this strange book.The whole story may feel like the mythologizing of a childhood,but the narrator is fully aware of the roughness of a small place and how violent it can be toward any individual let alone a vulnerable child.It is a set of short recollections about being a child in a tiny place in Southern poland.These recollections Idylic on the surface,exhibit infact cruel rules of poverty,survival and feudal loyalty to tradition.You know how it is to be stunned by a child's naive,yet accurate accounts of death,illness or suffering,stating facts without searching for meaning or any explanation, just describing the manifestation of things and time.wioletta Greg sketches hectary ,the village from swallowing mercury with a sharp interest in details.the perspective of an insider and yet someone constantly astonished by the mechanisms vital and mortal,visible and secret aspects of everyday. Time is measured by events and people are pictured through their activity."A few more months have passed ducklings hatched in the hallway.This is why swallowing mercury by creating a pseudonostalgic narrative with melancholic threads ,exhibits the reasons for escaping, emigrating or simply running away.somehow under the skin of plot,we see the desire to abandon a place.when,at the end of the book,the main character gives up on the planned escape and goes back to her village. We know, it is just a matter of time,Greg's masterful first novel is charming seductive and sinister by turns.It is an autobiographical novel.

Girl With A Pearl Earring
by Tracy Chevalier

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The girl was portrayed by her master to rescue her maid from a well rich lord. Master loved him secretly. Maid earned the trust of the master and the mother in law. However, they all the time hide all the secrets from her daughter. I do not like that part. I think as a maid she is brainy and had a good personality than all of others. She was against the unjustice as well.

We Eat Our Own
by Kea Wilson

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INCREDIBLE!!!!!!!!!!!