Night Sea Journey

The Ordeal of Individuation
By James V. Downton, Jr.

Individuation is a term that was used by Carl Jung to describe the process of unifying the conscious and subconscious minds, producing a psychologically integrated and balanced personality. Identical conditions or spiritual awakenings are recognised in many religions and cultures under a variety of names....

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Riding for the Brand

By Lawrence H. Lee

Riding for the Brand by Lawrence H. Lee is a beautifully written autobiography that follows the author’s life from the turbulent years of WWII, seeing him through his early careers to becoming the Chairman of the Board of Western Airlines. In this autobiography, the author...

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Inside The Soul of A Man

By Jason Taylor

Inside The Soul of A Man is the frank and shocking tale of a young man trying to find his way in the world amid a backdrop of poverty, violence and racism. Jason Taylor relates the heartbreaking story of a young boy through the years...

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My Wonderful Wobbly World

By Charles Irwin

My Wonderful Wobbly World is the autobiography of Charles Irwin, an Englishman born in 1932 with serious physical handicaps resulting from a traumatic birth. He tells his impressive story through chapters which address different phases, issues and themes of his professional and personal life, and...

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Landing on a Star in Umbria

By Joyce Di Lorenzo

Landing on a Star in Umbria by Joyce Di Lorenzo is an interesting autobiography that follows one woman’s life after a devastating loss as she struggles to give sense and meaning to her existence. After the untimely death of her mother after suffering a stroke,...

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Shaped Notes

How Ordinary People with Extraordinary Gifts Influenced My Life and Career
By Larnelle Harris

Shaped Notes: How Ordinary People with Extraordinary Gifts Influenced My Life and Career is a nonfiction inspirational memoir written by Larnelle Harris with Christine Schaub. Harris has won five Grammy Awards, eleven Dove Awards and a Stellar Award during a singing career that has...

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Outcry

Holocaust Memoirs
By Manny Steinberg

“I have thrown off the shackles that have held me prisoner since I was liberated from the concentration camps in Europe. At last I have complete freedom in body, mind, and soul. Sharing my story has helped me to put life into perspective. I am...

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Raw Deal

The Untold Story Of NYPD's "Cannibal Cop"
By Gil Valle, Brian Whitney

If you are at all up on your current events, chances are good that you’ve heard of Gil Valle, the so-called cannibal cop. In Raw Deal, we get to meet the man himself. His childhood, his life, career and marriage. The whole man, not just...

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Innocent

A Spirit of Resilience
By Kevin McLaughlin, Opwonya Innocent

Innocent: A Spirit of Resilience by Kevin McLaughlin and Opwonya Innocent is set against the backdrop of the unrest in northern Uganda three years after Opwonya Innocent was born, which was amid the escalating war. His father was wrongfully convicted of treason and...

Searching for the Shire

By Florence St. John

Searching for the Shire, an autobiography by Florence St. John, tells the story of the author’s many years in dysfunctional and codependent relationships. Florence’s father was an alcoholic and, like many children of alcoholics, she learned at an early age to subjugate her own needs...

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