The Trajectory of Humanity

Towards a New Arcadia?
By Antony Raymont

The Trajectory of Humanity: Towards a New Arcadia? by Antony Raymont is a nonfiction book that asks very pertinent questions about the destiny of humanity, offers meaningful answers, and opens a fresh perspective on appreciating and handling the pressing social issues facing the future of...

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The GLOOG Revolution

'It's The Lawyers Stupid'
By F. William Houraney

I liked The Gloog Revolution: It’s The Lawyers Stupid! F. William Houraney writes well, and on top of giving his opinion, he also manages to entertain you. I like this type of book. It made me think and I could be wrong, but I think...

The Full Catastrophe

A Memoir
By Karen Elizabeth Lee

The Full Catastrophe: A Memoir by Karen Elizabeth Lee is an engaging memoir about a professional woman who finally gets her life back on track after going through an abusive marriage. The author begins her story with the funeral of Duncan, to whom she was...

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The Message in the Bottle

Finding Hope and Peace Amidst the Chaos of Living with an Alcoholic
By Stephanie B. McAuliffe

The Message in the Bottle: Finding Hope and Peace Amidst the Chaos of Living with an Alcoholic by Stephanie B. McAuliffe is an insightful and thought-provoking book where the author speaks about her life with alcoholics and how she broke the pattern of a family...

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The Sun is Gone

A Sister Lost in Secrets, Shame, and Addiction and How I Broke Free
By Jodee Prouse

What an irony! We live in a society that encourages us to drink and thinks we’re weird or something’s wrong with us when we decline the invitation to have “one more drink before you go?” Yet, we look with disgust on dishevelled drunks, passed out...

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The Heart of Your Money

A Woman's Guide: How to Create Your Family Financial Values System and Take Control of Your Money
By Zena Amundsen

The Heart of Your Money – A Woman’s Guide – How to Create Your Family Financial Values System and Take Control of Your Money is written by Zena Amundsen. Plenty of life lessons abound that one would not expect to find in a book about...

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The Bi-Polar Express

Ride the Life and Death Roller-coaster of Mania and Depression with Mother and Daughter
By Ela Simon, Natasha Simon

As the name suggests, The Bi-Polar Express by Ela and Natasha Simon is a book that throws light on how the life of a family is affected by depression and other mental instabilities. Ela, in the first half of the book, expresses the point of...

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True Confessions of an American Millennial

American Millennial Biography
By John E Clifford

True Confessions of an American Millennial by John Clifford is a very short book because it’s part one of what is already an engrossing and enlightening read, especially for those of us unfamiliar with the realities of growing up during the nineties in Florida. John...

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They Dream in Darkness

By Robin Turner

If you were the protagonist, Anna, in They Dream in Darkness, you would wonder if you had been born with a sign on your forehead that says “Abuse Me.” They Dream in Darkness by Robin Turner will have you shaking your head in disbelief, not...

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The Craving Brain

Science, Spirituality and the Road to Recovery
By Dr. W. Anderson Spickard Jr., James B., Barbara Thompson

Opioids, alcohol, and prescription drugs used in moderation can help in several ways for pain relief and relaxation, but in excess these can become an addiction. Why would people risk their lives and their well-being for prescription drugs or another drink? It's not them personally;...

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