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Lies will be exposed. Secrets will be uncovered. Loyalties will be proven. Fans will never see the truth coming. Before there was the Maze, there was The Fever Code. Discovered by a kind witch, who mistakenly feeds the child moonlight, the girl grows up with a potent power she must learn to control. This swiftly paced and highly imaginative title expertly weaves myriad threads into a memorable story that will easily enchant readers. Clean and spare, the verse brings the characters to life, while in the radiant artwork, their spirits soar. Rooted in history, this powerful, imaginative book honors those who endured slavery in America.

Flashes of humor lighten the mood at times, but a tone of urgency and imminent danger seems as integral to this series as the last. With appealing new characters within a familiar framework, this spin-off will satisfy the demand for more. They have a plan to finish the Clue hunt on their own terms. A secret that could cost Amy and Dan — and the world — everything. But [this] spare, immediate account, based on a true story, adds a stirring contemporary dimension.

Young readers will be stunned by the triumphant climax. In doing so, she uncovered a handful of family secrets, not the least of which is that she and her mother are catamounts, shape-shifting mountain cats who protect the forest. Her newfound wildness, though, is not without cost, and when dangerous men with vicious hunting wolfhounds come to the Biltmore, Serafina is more determined than ever to protect her home and her family.

Serafina, brave and fierce, is a wild heroine who will continue to appeal to many middle-grade readers. Booklist Online. They thought they were the only ones who knew about Gideon Cahill and his Clues. The Cahills were wrong. Powerful enemies —the Vespers— have been waiting in the shadows. Along the way, the text includes examples from many cultures outside Western civilization. Each chapter leads off with a fictional story, such as Maryam and her mother visiting their neighborhood bathhouse in Constantinople in The narrative glosses over the events that left Natumi parentless—although the back matter mentions the problems of poaching—making this tale of confidence and family suitable for even younger readers.

The relationship at the heart of the novel is between Wavy and Kellen, a drug runner for her father who changes her life. This is a memorable coming-of-age tale about loyalty, defiance, and the power of love under the most improbable circumstances. Denis with this romantic tale of a man who takes a second chance on love with the high school crush who broke his heart. Loneliness, lost loves, dilapidated trailers, parties littered with empty beer cans, and women running through the woods all feature prominently throughout the book.

Though the protagonists in each story are certainly different—hippies, farmers, young girls, old women—they can tend to blur together. Still, MacArthur is able to render complicated situations precisely and depict tenderness and harshness with an equally deft hand. This fast-paced story about the personal and legal clash over the invention of the light bulb is a tale of larger-than-life characters and devious doings, and a significant meditation on the price we as a society pay for new technology. Thoughtful and hugely entertaining. The queen has been feeling a bit, well, depressed, and she goes to the Mews to see her favorite horse.

Then she boards a train for Edinburgh to pay a visit to the former royal yacht Britannia, a reminder of happier days. The idea of the queen wandering about on her own would constitute a national emergency, so her dresser, her butler, a lady-in-waiting, and an equerry all follow after her, hoping to shield her from the press and MI5.

Also in her wake are Rajiv, a young man who works in the cheese shop, and Rebecca, a young woman who works in the Mews. Give it to lovers of all things British…. At the center of the story is an actual Jewish religious work called the Sarajevo Haggadah, one of the first texts of its kind to feature illuminated images. Over the course of her labors, Hanna finds that the book reveals clues about itself and its background. But these efforts only serve to lead her deep into sinister territory.

In Washington, D. Meanwhile, a serial killer out of Los Angeles breaks pattern and murders a young actress in Las Vegas, Nev. The MO is identical to four previous murders of young and up-and-coming Hollywood actresses. As the body count rises, Cam desperately searches for links among the victims and a motive. The young Winston played a part in four wars on three different continents, the last of which was the Boer War.

His experience as a prisoner in that war is the jumping off point of this book, and author Millard puts her narrative gifts to work as she describes his harrowing escape, setting the man in his time, and illustrating the man to describe his times. Growing up in a working-class family riven by strife and seemingly incapable of escaping its rural Kentucky roots, Vance spent his youth bouncing between homes, a succession of father figures, and ever more explosive situations. Vance compellingly describes the terrible toll that alcoholism, drug abuse, and an unrelenting code of honor took on his family, neither excusing the behavior nor condemning it.

Instead, he pulls back to examine the larger social forces at work for white, working-class Americans with ties to Appalachia. Unerringly forthright, remarkably insightful, and refreshingly focused, Hillbilly Elegy is the cry of a community in crisis. A shrewd, nuanced view of Bush. Smith embeds this portrait in a lucid, highly readable narrative, balancing rich detail with clear delineation of the larger shape of policy through the chaos of politics.

Rather than asking how we can save our returning servicemen and women, Junger challenges us to take a hard look in the mirror and ask whether we can save ourselves. Phil Knight takes us back to the Big Bang of the swoosh, recalls how he first begged and borrowed from reluctant banks, how he assembled a crew of eccentric but brilliant misfits, how they all worked together to build something unique and paradigm-changing. An inspiration for everyone with an unconventional dream. Phantom would forever be a creature of the wild.

But her gentle, loyal colt Misty is another story altogether. Their assignment? Monitor the Unlucky 13, the Blackwell family men killed in an subway tunnel digging explosion. The Blackwells roam freely as undead with constantly changing names. Manhattan landmarks the Flatiron Building, Grand Central Station, museums roll history, science, and geography into the story. Meanwhile, Molly struggles with her suspicion that a teammate might be newly undead. Blame her deceased mother, who was part of an underground force known as Omega and whose gifts have been passed on to Molly. This is no splatter fest; rather, the mostly bloodless fight scenes take a backseat to a good old-fashioned mystery with loads of clever puzzle breaking Omegas send secret messages via the letters and numbers of the periodic table.

A dragon stands accused and faces possible extermination, but the kids are sure he is innocent, so they launch an investigation. This second volume in the lighthearted series is just as full of madcap adventures, animated magical creatures, and crackerjack detective work from the cast of well-rounded, multicultural kids as the first title. Fans will be thrilled at the promise of deeper mysteries in subsequent volumes. Enter Sabrina and Daphne Grimm, two sisters seemingly abandoned by their parents, who have been brought to live with a grandmother whom they thought was dead.

Heartbroken and wary, the girls are immediately swept up in a mystery that includes giants, pixies, fairies, and witches. Readers well grounded in their fairy tales will get the most pleasure from recognizing the characters—Prince Charming, Jack-the-Giant-Killer, the Three Pigs, the Magic Mirror, and more—but the fast pace, sly humor, and cleverly inserted vocabulary lessons will entertain even those who are meeting the characters for the first time.

But it sure is fun to visit. A perfect combination of scary stuff and riotous humor that always keeps me coming back for more. Stine, author of Goosebumps and Fear Street. Tensions thrum, spells fly… but at center stage, as always in the Potterverse, is the overriding importance of love and friendship, especially in the face of danger. It is also a moving exploration of friendship, curiosity, and love of learning in a world all too filled with narrow-mindedness and hate. Matilda joins the Jolley-Rogers aboard their ship as they seek the spectral scalawags and unlock a surprising secret.

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Endearing characters, metaphors for life and death, and a slow revelation of the horrors of war give this slim novel a surprising amount of heft. Yes, Eugenia is overbearing, but the sisters do love each other. This Deckawoo Drive adventure is sure to inspire anyone taking his or her own tentative steps toward independence. Slight and somewhat precious as a collection, this is nevertheless a useful teaching tool with enough narrative ephemera to satisfy fans.

Carlos, a new friend and neighbor, introduces the girls to a different perspective on the spiritual world. Cat has her doubts—especially after a ghostly encounter puts Maya in the hospital—but as Day of the Dead celebrations draw closer, she starts to reconsider. Readers will relate to these realistically flawed characters. Themes such as the sibling bond, death, and culture are expertly woven throughout. A playful addition to any poetry section. A sure-fire hit with young readers who are always ready for a good disaster tale.

A story of love and friendship that deserves to join the ranks of other unforgettable canines and their owners. It is maniacally gripping. It is vibrant with wit and overcast with prescience and social commentary. Like all superlative science fiction, its real subject is that most mystifying of alien species, humanity. By the time the novel reaches its cleareyed climax, cleverly undercutting its own promised happy ending, the reader is left with the impression of a work that hums with human life. The result is a novel that crackles with energy and makes you hold on until the final page.

Arthur sets out on a quest to uncover the provenance of the charms. With the help of his adult children and a meddlesome neighbor, Bernadette, Arthur realizes that what their life lacked in adventure was made up for in abiding love. Readers will find bumbling, earnest Arthur utterly endearing. Newly diagnosed with a severe mental illness after a psychotic break, Vera is now heavily medicated and deeply depressed. Hoping to snap her out of the funk, Lucas takes her on a guided tour of his ancestral town in Lithuania.

But while the truth seems elusive, being father and friend to a scared teenager proves harder than he imagined, and Vera has her own questions about his role in her life. A former cigar-factory lector a reader-out-loud of fiction into which she surreptitiously weaves her own stories , Maria Sirena entertains her fellow refugees with personal and richly imagined stories that will remind delighted readers of everything from Chaucer to Garcia Marquez.

Her life story and that of her mother, including their time spent with the insurgents and in a reconcentrado during the s, becomes a stunning confession. This is an unsparing book, and one that sings. The dialogue is snappy and entirely believable. There are twists and turns galore and enough heroes to populate a war movie. If you only read one crime novel this year, make it this one. You will be entirely entertained.

In , Sara de Vos is the first woman to be admitted as a master painter to the Guild of St. Now, her only surviving painting belongs to a wealthy descendant of the original owner, though it was forged by celebrated art historian Ellie Shipley in her desperate youth, when she needed to pay the rent. Tagg From the Start fashions another endearing, pithy story of finding love at the perfect time.

This brave little dachshund will capture your heart, as will her prickly, tenderhearted, and irresistible owner. Tanner From Animal House to Our House, , who lived in the Marshall Islands and launched the Marshall Islands Story Project, brings this microcosm of human folly and valor to captivating realization with bracing insights, tangy humor, profound respect, and rebounding resonance. Emily Morris answers that question in the most extreme way possible.

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However, as she learns, such a selfish, desperate act rarely leaves the actor truly free, especially when there is a child involved. What does it take to care for someone who is chronically ill? What does it mean to love yourself? Spanner, Alison D. Eventually, Majority and Solemn are forced to make a decision together about which directions to take in their respective lives.

This standout novel is anchored by its vulnerable and brave heroine. The short stories in Some Possible Solutions feature doppelgangers and sister-savants, impossible staircases and surreal city parks; they swing open like doors onto rich, strange worlds, which, on closer inspection, reveal themselves to be our own…These tales are true originals, shining their eerie, lovely lights on the water and asking questions that linger.

Constable Maeve Kerrigan…. Uncertain whether the fire is arson, Maeve and her colleagues, including her rough-edged former partner, Det. Maeve and her team succeed in identifying a number of suspects capable of criminal acts. Meanwhile, Maeve is battling health problems resulting from job stress and avoiding a rapist who has been following her for years. Well-drawn characters and engaging subplots compliment the intricate main investigation. Casey keeps the suspense high throughout.

Foley is leading an irrigation project in western China when a worker collapses with symptoms that look like Ebola. At a local hospital, the victim and Foley are treated as if they were living biohazards, and the government rushes Chen Dazhong, a representative of the Chinese version of the CDC, to the scene from Beijing. Henderson expects her to win and hopes that she will name him as her running mate. Sandford reveals the plans of the would-be assassins, Marlys Purdy and her son, Cole, from the opening chapter, and the plot follows a familiar path toward the dramatic resolution that suggests a new direction for the long-running series.

Readers who are looking for yet another assassination thriller that paints within the lines will be satisfied.. Focusing on both a family and a single location throughout time makes for a compelling and emotionally worthwhile novel. Beverly-Whittemore returns with another charming page-turner, this time marrying old Hollywood elegance to Midwestern practicality… A lightly gothic tale of hearts broken and mended in small-town America. Amos is especially curious about Melvin Mars, convicted of the murders of his own parents two decades ago and who now might be set free because someone else has suddenly confessed to the killings.

But is the confession legit? Is Mars a wrongly convicted man, or a murderer whom someone, for some reason, wants back on the streets? The story might be a bit more convoluted than it needs to be, but the characters are solid, and Decker moves from an interesting one-off protagonist to an engaging and multilayered series lead. Keane investigates anyway, and soon the killer seems fixated on Keane, taunting him, then beginning to threaten the women closest to Keane, including high-powered Washington, D. Deeply rooted in Hidden Springs, Kentucky, Keane is a decent, hardworking deputy who hopes he can persuade the ambitious Alex to join him in his charming village, far from the Beltway.

Well-drawn, sometimes-quirky characters and the charming frame of small-town America add to this page-turning mystery chock-full of plot twists. Alter Egos will make a signal contribution to the national debate over who should be the next American president. Wulf does much to revive our appreciation of this ecological visionary through her lively, impressively researched account of his travels and exploits, reminding us of the lasting influence of his primary insight: that the Earth is a single, interconnected organism, one that can be catastrophically damaged by our own destructive actions.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Board of Education, placed him at the epicenter of this crusade for justice. And what a fight it was. A richly textured account that brings to life the political and cultural stakes involved. The story is well paced, managing not only to keep readers hooked, but also second guessing everything they think they know. Sands integrates a series of fun and interesting riddles and codes with chemistry concepts—no easy feat. The ending is dynamic and rewarding, with just the right blend of the fantastical and realistic.

The Wollstonecraft Detective Agency was supposed to be a secret constabulary, but after the success of their first case, all of London knows that Lady Ada and Mary are the girls to go to if you have a problem. Their new case is a puzzle indeed. It involves a horrible hospital, a missing will, a hasty engagement, and a suspiciously slippery servant. But Marys stumbled onto a mystery of her own. She spotted a ghostly girl in a grey gown dashing through the park.

A girl who is the spitting image of their new client. The two cases must be linked. Weird creatures are appearing in unexpected places, and the demigods and magicians have to team up to take them down. As they battle with Celestial Bronze and glowing hieroglyphs, the four heroes find that they have a lot in common—and more power than they ever thought possible. But will their combined forces be enough to foil an ancient enemy who is mixing Greek and Egyptian incantations for an evil purpose?

Rick Riordan wields his usual storytelling magic in this adrenaline-fueled adventure. In January , she moves from California to the frosty Vermont town of Hillsborough, an unwelcoming place. The farmer next door is always rude, and Mimi is teased at school. When Mimi and Stacey decide to challenge the exclusion of girls from shop classes, their courage inspires the entire eighth grade to an act of civil disobedience. Told in evocative free verse, Full Cicada Moon is a lyrical portrait of a strong family at a time of immense change, perfect for that budding scientist who loves to look at the stars.

They miss his stories, especially the fairy tales he used to teach them about life, as well as soothe their fears. They know better now: life rarely has a happy ending. But then a magic book from their grandmother, a gift on their twelfth birthdays, sends the twins hurtling into the Land of Stories, where happy endings are usually expected. Their biggest concern is gathering the materials needed for the Wishing Spell, which will send them back home. Golden Globe—winner Colfer writes for an audience that will likely include plenty of teen readers i. He disapproved of the relative sparseness of detail in the comparable allegorical fantasy his friend C.

Lewis dreamed up in the Chronicles of Narnia, though he knew Lewis had spun a page-turning yarn. It has been estimated that one-tenth of all paperbacks sold can trace their ancestry to J. When life gets unbearable, Gerta, now twelve, and Fritz try to tunnel their way to the West. One frightening night Stella and her brother Jojo witness a meeting of the Ku Klux Klan, practically in their own backyard.

This meeting is the signal of trouble to come to the black community of Bumblebee. The townspeople must come together to find strength and protection to face the injustices all around them. This is an engrossing historical fiction novel with an amiable and humble heroine who does not recognize her own bravery or the power of her words. She provides inspiration not only to her fellow characters but also to readers who will relate to her and her situation.

Storytelling at its finest. Most people in the town spend their days searching through the landfill for things that can be sold, and Ada is no different, until the day a man named Favio Chavez offers to start teaching music classes to the children of the neighborhood. Ada chooses a violin, and the hodgepodge group of kids slowly becomes an orchestra, eventually gaining confidence and fame, touring around the world.

The mixed-media collages are a particular effective medium for this true story, layering images of Ada and the orchestra over the landfill. The nuances of the subject may strike a stronger chord with adults rather than children, but the interesting visuals and the underlying message of hope and perseverance should help this find an audience. She is the new girl at Berrybrook Middle School and is having a hard time fitting in because of her struggles with social anxiety. The work opens with the young teen pushing away the first person who tries to help her, Jaime, and it only gets more awkward from there.

Can the two groups stop fighting long enough to earn a spot in the school fair? Will Peppi overcome her social anxiety and apologize to Jaime? Will any of them feel comfortable enough in their own skins to have a good school year? The story is told with a clear, believable voice. Diversity is reflected in this average middle school setting, and there are characters from a variety of ethnicities and are differently abled. Chmakova is an adept storyteller and organically incorporates messages of kindness and understanding without being preachy.

The placement of the text and images were carefully considered. The illustrations and lettering are playful, bright, and fun, in keeping with the tone of the work. Readers will connect with the relatable, complex characters. Six categories of nutrients are introduced: carbohydrates, protein, fat, water, vitamins, and minerals. Digestion is described, as is the Food Guide Pyramid. Five recipes are given at the end.

The large, square format invites readers in, beginning with a bright watercolor scene of a hungry family: the dog is howling, the baby is crying in her high chair, the cranky boy is bringing in the bread, and the mother and father are doing what they can to get everyone fed. The story remains true to the original, while adding in wonderfully quirky descriptions of the main characters.

In doing so, Murray makes the well-known animals that much more lovable. An added bonus is the modeling of good sportsmanship by both characters, who go off to celebrate in the lettuce patch at the end of the tale. The illustrations are the perfect blend of full color and white space. Each character, though simply rendered, shows emotions and energy levels that really aid in telling the story.

But now portals are opening all over town, dropping killer robots and aliens from other realities, and DJ, Gina, and Hilo must stop these invaders before their friends and family are hurt. There is a recap for new readers as well as a cliff-hanger ending that prepares readers for the next volume in this satisfying and fun series. Where could this lead?

What else was here? Full-page watercolor spreads of the stunning vistas and thick forests contrast with dark, intimate views of Bingham inside homes and walking along walled city streets, searching for leads. Animals have long developed fantastic traits and abilities, or disguises, to help them survive and navigate their environment. Johnson hooks readers with gripping descriptions, close-up photographs, and profiles of the various scientists dedicated to studying these animals.

Scientists working in both field and lab are presented in candid photographs. The author covers eight settings… describing the changes that occur to each throughout four seasons. The result is 32 oversize spreads of painted birds, flowers, animals, and insects. Captions present more detail in addition to the introductory paragraph on each page. Although Nimona proves an effective accomplice, Blackheart must rein in her powers due to her blasi attitude about human life and love of explosives.

Nimona is a beautifully flawed, refreshingly unstereotypical protagonist. Overall, the individual stories that comprise the book feel more tied together than in the previous installment, resulting in a more complete narrative. Initially unaware of the dark implications of the events, Misha adapted to camp life, playing soccer and making new friends, until he could no longer ignore the truth.

His innocence contrasts with what readers and the adults around Misha know is going on, which creates a foreboding tone. This nuanced novel explores issues of racism, power, and justice with a diverse ethnically and philosophically cast and two remarkable protagonists. The characters are engaging beyond their habitation of an intricately woven plot and supply readers with the motivation to care beyond the simple solving of the mystery. Nuanced, multileveled world-building provides a dynamic backdrop for an often brutal exploration of moral ambiguity and the power of empathy.

A compelling emergent romance is only one reason among many to anticipate the sequel. Thoughtfully exploring personal and historical events, …the author poignantly asks and attempts to answer difficult questions that plague modern society. In this short memoir,… he sums up the terrible history of the subjugation of black people in the United States. A timely work, this title will resonate with all teens—those who have experienced racism as well as those who have followed the recent news coverage on violence against people of color.

By the time Katrina passed over New Orleans, more than 1, people were dead and hundreds of thousands had fled the city. Alone, the text might lack impact, but combined with the haunting imagery, it hits readers like a punch in the gut. The illustrations capture the intensity of the disaster with saturated monochromatic panels featuring figures who appear to be literally melting with oppressive heat and fear.

Small poignant scenes punctuate the narrative throughout, constantly reminding viewers of the very human costs of the disaster. Spare but emotionally resonant, this outstanding title will appeal to graphic novel and nonfiction readers alike. A determined, transformative book that every teen girl should read. In a flying fight with Erasers, Fang is injured so seriously that the flock takes him to a hospital.

Anne Walker, the lead agent, takes the flock home to her Virginia farm, where she tries to mother the kids and enrolls them in a nearby private school. Living a somewhat normal life for the first time, Max, 14, manages a date and a first kiss, and others in the flock begin the quest to find their birth parents. Then everything falls apart, and the six kids face betrayal and extreme danger. Music is at the heart of the story. A triumphant story of bravery and defiance that will shock and inspire. Lovecraft and his Mythos have seen a resurgence in popularity, but this collection stands out among the crowd.

This is an excellent introduction to the Mythos for novices but will also be grabbed up by Lovecraft enthusiasts. All 12 stories are scary and well-crafted with plenty to offer. This volume contains original artwork and a commentary on each deity by Lovecraft scholar Donald Tyson.

This is a must for all horror collections. My son, by the way, is in the film crew. Lopez has a keen eye and an exquisitely crafted prose style. Lopez wrote Arctic Dreams in but since then the Arctic ice has retreated by ten per cent a year, so the animals which were the object of his rapt admiration may well be gone by or so, giving his book the air of a death-knell. They traversed country according to the seasons, just as the Walmajarri people had done for thousands of years. But it was a time of change. Desert people who had lived with little knowledge of European settlement were now moving onto cattle stations.

Presented in English and Walmajarri. Since the publication of her prize-winning memoir Craft for a Dry Lake, in , writer and artist Kim Mahood has been returning to the Tanami desert country in far north-western Australia where, as a child, she lived with her family on a remote cattle station.

The land is timeless, but much has changed: the station has been handed back to its traditional owners; the mining companies have arrived; and Aboriginal art has flourished.

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What emerges in is a revelation of the significance of the land to its people—and of the burden of history. Today, there are more than million temporary migrants living in Australia. They work, pay tax and abide by our laws, yet they remain unrecognised as citizens. All the while, this rise in temporary migration is redefining Australian society, from wage wars and healthcare benefits, to broader ideas of national identity and cultural diversity. Sweltering heat. Three bedroom blonde-brick. Family of five. Beat-up Ford Falcon.

Vegemite on toast. Except for this one, glaring, inescapably obvious thing. This is a powerful, funny, and at times devastating memoir about growing up black in white middle-class Australia. And the way we live in them. In May the Federal Arts Minister, George Brandis, dropped a funding bombshell that divided the arts like nothing since the Fraser Government in the s brought down ceiling funding on the recently created State arts.

Is this the end of our most imaginative initiatives? Of the Australia Council itself? Water is a key that unlocks much of Chinese history and thought. The ubiquitous relationship that the Chinese people have had with water has made it an enduring metaphor for philosophical thought and artistic expression. From the Han emperors to Mao, the ability to manage the waters—to provide irrigation and defend against floods—became a barometer of political legitimacy, and attempts to do so have involved engineering works on a gigantic scale.

Philip Ball has written an epic story, guided by travellers and explorers, poets and painters, bureaucrats and activists, who have themselves struggled to come to terms with living in a world so shaped and permeated by water. The Vietnamese are in the unusual situation of being both colonisers themselves and the victims of colonization by others. Their country expanded, shrunk, split and sometimes disappeared, often under circumstances way beyond their control.

Christopher Goscha draws on the latest research and discoveries in Vietnamese, French and English. Easternisation is the defining trend of our age—the growing wealth of Asian nations is transforming the international balance of power. This shift to the East is shaping the lives of people all over the world, the fate of nations and the great questions of war and peace. Meanwhile the West is struggling with economic malaise and political populism, the Arab world is in turmoil and Russia longs to reclaim its status as a great power.

Gideon Rachman offers a road map to the turbulent process that will define the international politics of the 21st century. The public has been convinced that growth is the natural solution to virtually all social problems—poverty, debt, unemployment, and even the environmental degradation caused by the determined pursuit of growth. Meanwhile, warnings by scientists that we live on a finite planet that cannot sustain infinite economic expansion are ignored or even scorned.

Most people believe democracy is a uniquely just form of government—political participation is good for us—it empowers us, helps us get what we want, makes us smarter, more virtuous, and more caring for one another. Jason Brennan argues that democracy should be judged by its results—and the results are not good enough.

Just as defendants have a right to a fair trial, citizens have a right to competent government. Furthermore, no one has a fundamental right to any share of political power, and exercising political power does most of us little good. This book describes the paths taken through the eastern Mediterranean and its European hinterland by members of a VenetianAlbanian family, almost all of them previously invisible to history.

They include an archbishop in the Balkans, the captain of the papal flagship at the Battle of Lepanto, the power behind the throne in the Ottoman province of Moldavia, and a dragoman interpreter at the Venetian embassy in Istanbul. Through the life-stories of these adventurous individuals over three generations, Noel Malcolm casts the world between Venice, Rome and the Ottoman Empire in a fresh light, illuminating subjects as diverse as espionage, diplomacy, the grain trade, slave-ransoming and anti-Ottoman rebellion. Ever since, it has remained one of the most contested.

So where are the Democrats —the notional party of the people—in all this? In his scathing examination of how the Democratic Party has failed to combat financial inequality, despite being given near perfect conditions for success, Thomas Frank argues that the Left in America has abandoned its roots to pursue a new class of supporter: elite professionals. It was also the year that the economic theories of Reagan, Thatcher, and the Chicago School achieved global dominance.

Mandarin, Guoyu or Putonghua? Since the turn of the twentieth century linguists and politicians have been on a mission to create a common language for China. From the radical intellectuals of the May Fourth Movement, to leaders such as Chiang Kai-shek and Mao Zedong, all fought linguistic wars to push the boundaries of language reform. Now, Internet users take the Chinese language in new and unpredictable directions. Have you ever considered, for example, the influence of breasts in cyberterrorism? Or the role of cats in the Arab Spring? Did you know that there is a peer-reviewed paper describing the correct method for sticking a pin in a can of Guinness?

From Alfred Russel Wallace, the Englishman who beat Darwin to the theory of natural selection but later renounced it, and through the controversial work of modernday anthropologist Daniel Everett, who defies the current wisdom that language is hard-wired in humans, Wolfe examines the solemn, longfaced, laugh-out-loud zig-zags of Darwinism, old and Neo, and finds it irrelevant here in our Kingdom of Speech.

This selection of translated essays, spanning to , demonstrates the breadth of his perceptive and elegant commentary on literature, faith, mythology, politics, history and Indonesian life. In Other Words shows a writer committed to Indonesia and engaging with universal themes and struggles, offering a fascinating insight into questions that concern us all. Nothing is certain any longer. I just want to shut my eyes, point at random and say, as a sort of experiment, that once, when I was 16 years old, I spent a whole night singing romantic songs in the top of a pine tree. Some have achieved status as religious, cultural, or national symbols.

Brimming with unusual topics and intriguing facts, this book celebrates trees and their long, long lives as our inspiring and beloved natural companions. The story of these independent companies and commando squadrons, whose soldiers wore the distinctive double-diamond insignia, is told here for the first time. By the age of 11, Taylor Wilson had mastered the science of rocket propulsion.

And at 14, Wilson became the youngest person in history to achieve nuclear fusion. Science journalist Tom Clynes follows Taylor Wilson from his Arkansas home where his parents encouraged his intellectual passions, to the present, when nowyear-old Wilson is winning international science competitions with devices designed to prevent terrorists from shipping radioactive material into the US. The genius of some inventions is their simplicity: the paperclip, rivets, boomerangs.


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From the invention of the wheel in the fifth millennium BC to the development of the world wide web and the launch of the MP3 player, this engaging, accessible, and enlightening book reveals the origins and impact of everything from paper to the personal computer, and from penicillin to the contraceptive pill. Enter the wonderful and mysterious world of the oceans and colour your way to new discoveries as did Ernst Haeckel, a biologist, naturalist, and artist, who in the late 18th century studied and illustrated thousands of new species.

These 50 exotic drawings taken from a collection of the original lithographic plates show a multitude of beautiful and exotic life forms each one more marvellous than the last; jellyfish, starfish, sea slugs, star coral and many others. The spectacular drawings need colouring to bring them to life—allowing you to bring your own sense of colour and vibrancy to the forms. Over a span of thirty years, twentieth-century French philosophers Emmanuel Levinas and Jacques Derrida held a conversation across texts. Sharing a Jewish heritage and a background in phenomenology, both came to situate their work at the margins of philosophy, articulating this placement through religion and literature.

Chronicling the interactions between these thinkers, Sarah Hammerschlag argues that the stakes in their respective positions were more than philosophical. They were also political. For Derrida, the Jewish question was literary. Love in the Dark claims that intimacy must accept risk as long as love does not destroy the self.

Erotic love inspires an inexplicable affirmation of another but can erode the autonomy and vulnerability necessary for love. Against a legacy of an abstract and sanitized love, Enns recasts erotic attachment as an event linked to conditional circumstances. Writing in a lyrical, genre-defying style Enns delineates the paradoxes of love in its relation to lust, abuse, suffering, and grief to reach an account of love faithful to human experience. There are many who believe Moses parted the Red Sea and Jesus came back from the dead.

Others are certain that exorcisms occur, ghosts haunt attics, and the blessed can cure the terminally ill. Though extraordinarily improbable, people have embraced miracles and myths for millennia, seeing in them proof of the extraordinary potential of our world—and ourselves. Lawrence Shapiro acknowledges that myths have value. They may even provide insight into our place in nature.

Even so, if our understanding of reality is formed through the fallacy of myth, our ties to the world fray. Richard Holloway retells the entire history of religion from the dawn of religious belief to the 21st century. From Socrates to Thoreau, most philosophers, moralists, and religious leaders have seen frugality as a virtue and have associated simple living with wisdom, integrity, and happiness. But why? And are they right? Is a taste for luxury fundamentally misguided? If one has the means to be a spendthrift, is it foolish or reprehensible to be extravagant? In this book, Emrys Westacott examines why, for more than two millennia, so many philosophers and people with a reputation for wisdom have been advocating frugality and simple living as the key to the good life.

He also looks at why most people have ignored them, but argues that, in a world facing environmental crisis, it may finally be time to listen to the advocates of a simpler way of life. Looking not only at the arguments in favour of living frugally and simply, but also at the case that can be made for luxury and extravagance, including the idea that modern economies require lots of getting and spending, this is a philosophically informed reflection rather than a polemic—ultimately arguing that we will be better off—as individuals and as a society— if we move away from the materialistic individualism that currently rules.

Forensic psychologist and memory expert Dr Julia Shaw uses the latest research to show the astonishing variety of ways in which our brains can indeed be led astray. She explains how police officers can imprison an innocent man for life on the basis of many denials and just one confession. She demonstrates the way radically false memories can be deliberately implanted, leading people to believe they had tea with Prince Charles, or committed crimes that never happened. And she reveals how, in spite of all this, we can improve our memory through simple awareness of its fallibility.

The mental state of Vincent van Gogh — has been a perennial source of discussion and conjecture since his death by suicide. Was he mentally ill or a genius? Did it influence his work? Richly illustrated with artworks, letters, historical documents, and photographs, this book provides a nuanced and considered overview of an extraordinary man who had to cope with mental illness at a time when the symptoms were readily misunderstood and professional treatment was insufficient. Thy explain that our brains are limited in their ability to pay attention.

Mary Aiken applies her expertise in cyber-behavioural analysis to a range of subjects including criminal activity on the Deep Web and Darknet; deviant behaviour; internet addictions; the impact of technology on the developing child; teenagers and the Web; cyber romance and cyber friendships; cyberchrondria; the future of artificial intelligence; and the positive effects on our digital selves, such as online altruism. Top-level athletes and teams are increasingly tapping into new knowledge of the brain to develop tools and techniques that can offer a shortcut to sporting success, or push the boundaries of performance beyond its current limits.

Increasingly, these tools are becoming available to the ordinary amateur, revolutionising the ways in which anyone can improve their skills. Based on interviews with top athletes and the scientists working at the cutting edge of our knowledge, Amit Katwala provides a fascinating insight into the possibilities that are becoming open to us all.

She suffered depression from a young age, and found that doing jigsaws relieved her anxiety, and she has continued doing them through her life. Of course the slightly confusing narrative of this book makes it like a jigsaw, each piece of the memoir is integral to the whole, with its own particular place. I can attest to the calming qualities of a jigsaw— I have been highly absorbed, if not slightly confounded, by an extremely complicated piece one, a painting called Flower Cycle by Rosalind Wise produced by Pomegranate.

As I sit and ponder my thousand pieces, most of them totally equal, I am also listening my way through the most wonderful audiobooks—The Barchester Chronicles. This is a series of six books set in the fictitious county of Barsetshire, by Anthony Trollope. The first of the series, The Warden, sets the pace, and the place, and we meet characters that appear throughout the six books.

Barchester Chronicles, the second one, is the best known, and has some of the most extraordinary characters in it. It is also extremely funny—I laughed all the way through. All the books are about the clergy, the aristocracy, and the educated middle class. The commercial reality of life is what really interests Trollope and most of his characters, and one gets used to the extraordinarily mercenary expectations of nearly everyone in the books. It creates a sense of complicity, as though he is is confiding in us.

My guess is that I shall finish my jigsaw at the same time I finish the Barchester books, and I will miss them both enormously when I do. Roland Barthes first examined the mythical resonances of consumer products in the s. Far from being demystified, consumerism has since morphed into a universal religion, its compulsory ritual of shopping essential to our economic survival.

Myth has also invaded the political realm, as terrorists brandish black flags and recite theological mantras as they martyr themselves. In Judge Judy, he shows us a matronly Roman goddess dispensing justice with a fly swatter. In the metamorphosis of Caitlyn Jenner from Olympic athlete and paterfamilias into idealized female form, he sees parallels to the deeds of the residents of Mount Olympus themselves. Finally, after surveying advances in biomedical engineering and artificial intelligence, he asks whether we might be on the brink of a post-human world.

In he was in Afghanistan following the fall of the Taliban; in he travelled to Myanmar to meet ex-political prisoners as the country slowly, fitfully pushed towards freedom. We find him in Greenland in researching widespread suffering from depression and on the quest for a rare bird in Zambia in Far and Away tells these and many other stories of profound upheaval. With his signature brilliance and compassion, Solomon demonstrates both how history is altered by individuals, and how personal identities are altered when governments alter. How did a young man in his twenties who had never written a novel turn out a masterpiece that still grips readers more than seventy years later?

Alice Kaplin follows Camus from colonial Algeria, where he started out as a journalist covering the criminal courts to his lonely struggle with the novel in Montmartre, where he finally hit upon the unforgettable first-person voice that enabled him to break through and complete it. Why do zombies walk with their arms outstretched? How can newborn babies grip an adult finger tightly enough to dangle unsupported from it? And why is everyone constantly texting, tapping and scrolling? Rather than seeing the history of civilisation in terms of technological breakthroughs, it can be seen as a history of how we have kept our hands busy.

From early tools to machinery, from fists to knives to guns, from papyrus to QWERTY to a glowingly swipeable screen, the hands have always been kept occupied. But why this incessant activity? And what might this reveal about our innermost selves? Drawing examples from popular culture, art history, psychoanalysis, modern technology and child development, Darian Leader presents a unique and fascinating odyssey through the history of what human beings do with their hands, and why. Lerner takes the hatred of poetry as the starting point of his defence of the art.

With almost short essays, most taken from his popular columns in Tempo, the Indonesian-language news weekly, In Other Words shows a writer committed to Indonesia but grappling with universal themes and struggles, offering a fascinating insight into questions that concern us. Liane deftly applies her unique observational skills to the pillars of our lives: marriage, sex, parenthood and friendship, exploring how guilt can expose the fragility of our relationships.

What are you waiting for? Come on up! One city. One Roy Grace. One venomous new killer. The Meanjin winter issue takes on the culture wars. Her subjects are frank about the failures and successes, the struggles and triumphs of the writing life, and extremely generous in their revelations. A must-read for writers and readers. Should it be legal to pay for sex? Could online porn warping the attitudes of a generation of boys?

An increasingly popular set of answers maintains that prostitution is just work, porn is fantasy, demand is inevitable; so fully legalise the sex trade and it can be made safe. Kat Banyard contends that these are profoundly dangerous myths. Meanwhile, it is increasingly difficult for bright but poor children to transcend their circumstances. Any genuine attempt at improving social mobility starts by reducing the gap between rich and poor. Edward Newton. Atlantic Monthly Press. Fifth Edition. Signs of wear, slightly scuffed and worn spine.

Very Good condition. It was while I was poking about among the old book-shops that it occurred to me to write a little story about my books—when and where I had bought them, the prices I had paid, and the men I had bought them from, many of whom I knew well. This rambling story clearly shows the tremendously good time the author had in building his collection—which numbered over 10, books at the time of his death.

First published in , his book was a bestseller selling 25, copies. Australian National University Press. First Edition. Fine in Fine Dustjacket. This edition is limited to 1, copies signed by the author of which this is number If the operation of copyright laws would form a hindrance to social progress here, they would do the same in England. But I contend that they do not. They form the cradle of literary talent; the nursing mother of genius. They give a stimulus to literary effort in the most effectual ways, by holding out a rich prize to those that are successful in the race. Productivity Commission, take note!

This is it Helens, Washington. An earthquake of magnitude 5. Lastly, so-called pyroclastic flows soon followed, surging down the valleys, paving them with a layer of superheated magma and ash. Gas-filled rock blew into dust, throwing million tons 24km into the atmosphere, creating an ash cloud that swept across the North American continent in three days and circled the globe in 17 days.

When the eruption ended, square kms lay devastated. The front of the cloud was magnificent. It was like an immense oncoming waterfall of blocks of earth and ice cascading overhead Johnston could have tried to take shelter. He might have run inside the trailer thinking he could survive.

It is certainly possible that he stood and watched the oncoming holocaust. The blast picked up the geologist and his house trailer and flung them into space above Coldwater Creek and into the adjacent valley. His body has never found. It crowned a landscape of astonishing beauty, with a pre summit height of m. Its near perfect cone was snow-covered all year round. The mountain lured climbers, artists, photographers, campers—all those caught under its spell. Dormant since , Mount St Helens rumbled back to life with a series of small earthquakes beginning in March Ash plume eruptions also began later that month.

From early April an ominous bulge—caused by magma pressure building up—appeared on the north flank of the volcano, growing at the rate of 2m per day. David Johnston understood the potential danger posed by Mount St Helens. If there is an explosion, it is possible that very, very hot incandescent debris could come down on all sides This mountain is a powder keg and the fuse is lit..

Olson has written not only a gripping, minute-by-minute account of what happened on the day the volcano erupted, he also views the event in longer perspective by melding together vulcanology the eruption altered the prevailing science , political, economic, social and environmental history. His book also provides a lucid narrative of the economic, political and historical forces at play that influenced the fate of those near the volcano that day—placing the event in context. The author details the history and actions of the infamous Weyerhaeuser Timber Company. Founded in by German immigrant Frederick Weyerhaeuser—who became one of the largest private land owners in North America when he purchased 3.

By the company owned over a quarter of all woodlands in the state. These included land holdings up to the timberline on the west slope of Mount St Helens. In , Weyerhaeuser was the richest company in the state. More than 1, employees worked the forests surrounding the volcano. Had the eruption not occurred on a Sunday, hundreds of loggers would have died. Most moving of all, in several short chapters, the author recalls to life and recreates the fate of many of the 57 victims caught in the massive blast and its aftermath—some of those killed were up to 21kms away.

Among them: Harry R. Truman — , a curmudgeonly, 83 year old exbootlegger with a mystic streak, who—along with his 16 cats—lived on the south edge of Spirit Lake at the foot of the volcano and refused to leave despite the risk:. I talk to the mountain. I am part of that mountain and the mountain is part of me! Reid Blackburn , a National Geographic photographer, on assignment at Coldwater Creek, 13kms 8 miles from the mountain. His body was found in June , inside his car, buried in ash.

Then it swept across the water. Instantly every tree around the lake snapped. Christy was caught in a maelstrom of wood, stone, water and hot ash When her left arm was found several months later, it was identified by the wedding band on her finger. The oncoming blast picked up the raft as easily as if it were a leaf on a pond. For the last instant of his life, John Killian was flying, flying through the liquid air. Levine, Stephen E Dynamic transverse debondong of a single s-2 fiber. Li, Ang Flammability limits of alternative aviation fuels.

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