You Have to Fucking Eat

Author: Adam Mansbach

Publisher: Canongate Books


Category: Humor

Page: 32

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From the author of the international best seller GO THE FUCK TO SLEEP comes a book about the other great parental frustration: getting your little angel to eat something that even vaguely resembles a normal meal. Profane, loving and deeply cathartic, You Have to Fucking Eat breaks the code of child-rearing silence, giving mums and dads new, old, grand- and expectant a much-needed chance to laugh about a universal problem. You probably shouldn't read it to your children.

The Documentary History of the State of New-York

Arranged Under Direction of the Hon. Christopher Morgan, Secretary of State

Author: Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan

Publisher: Albany [N.Y.] : Weed Parsons & Company, public printers


Category: New York (State)


View: 142

Just a Walk in the Park

Author: Tom Nolan

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Fiction

Page: 240

View: 433

A new novel by a noted author of science, philosophy and religion with its subplot set in first century China when massive walls were built for protection against Mongolian hordes and alliances were sought with the mushrooming Roman Empire far to the west. An ancient legend suggested the abduction of the Christ child by an ambitious Chinese ambassador, an early traveler, who replaced him in the manger with his own twin son. Influenced by the messianic prophesy, his mission was to return to China with the secret of Roman success and the potential for Chinese superiority. Following his brother's crucifixion and burial, the second twin was mistaken for resurrection. With similar previously undisclosed events in first century Judaea an historical account was contained in the controversial Book of Chan, hidden in the Great Wall for two thousand years. The location was inscribed in a set of Chinese seals with sculptured ivory handles since scattered among world collectors of sigillography. Two Harvard and Oxford professors, meeting on an Oriental cruise, teamed up in search of the legendary book but encountered very rough competition from religious agents determined to prevent disclosure. Amidst touches of romance they uncovered a unique culture at the conflux of the Great Wall and Silk Road. Finding a number of the ancient seals, including several that later had been carried to Venice by the Marco Polo entourage, the academic couple succeeded in computer analysis producing a usable matrix map. Written in the genre of The DaVinci Code, the book includes an important philosophical addendum on the search for greater realism in biblical understanding that strongly influenced the creation of this unique and somewhat controversial story. Proof readers see it as a best seller and the next major "Hollywod Project".

Scofield Study Bible III-NKJV-Zipper

Author: Oxford University Press

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA


Category: Bibles

Page: 2016

View: 113

This edition combines the renowned Scofield study notes and reference system with the New King James Version, one of the most popular modern Bible translations. But that's not all: The fruit of Dr. C. I. Scofield's decades of reflection on the Word of God have been augmented (not revised) tomake the ideas underlying the ScofieldRG Study Bible's annotations clearer to modern readers. An abundance of factual information is presented in topical articles, charts, and lists that add depth and richness to study time. Enhanced book introductions, accurate in-text maps, authoritative full colormaps, and page bottom notes broaden the context of the reader's understanding. This style's Duradera binding is pleasing to the eye and strong enough to withstand heavy use. These books have sturdy zipper closures that provide an extra measure of protection for the page edges, a feature thattravelers, hospital visitors, and anyone who has ever had their Bible damaged while carrying it in a purse or briefcase will appreciate.

The Last Book You Read

And Other Stories

Author: Ewan Morrison




Page: 266

View: 189

This is a collection of short stories that straddle several postmodern urban worlds, including those of New York and Glasgow. Although each can be read as a discrete tale, they are subtly linked through their themes.