Crowd wisdom by Joe Abercrombie
chaos. Fury. destruction. A big change is imminent on us … Some say that in order to change the world, we must first burn it down. Now that belief is tested in the crucible of the revolution: breakers and burners grab the lever of power, the smoke of riots has replaced industrial smog, and everything has to submit to the wisdom of the crowd. Hmm.
Everything by Dave Eggers
Delaney Wells is unlikely to be a new employee at Every. An unwavering tech skeptic, she fascinates the path to entry-level work with one goal in mind. It is to defeat the company from the inside. Together with her compatriots, they look for Every’s weaknesses, hoping to free all humanity from comprehensive surveillance and pictogram seed childhood. But does anyone want what Delaney is fighting to save? Does humanity really want to be free?
Discovery of Napoleon by Margaret Rodenberg
Finding Napoleon, a fun adaptation of the real attempt to write Napoleon Bonaparte’s novels, provides a fresh perspective on Europe’s most powerful man after losing everything. A woman of forgotten history, the bold Albine de Montron tells the story of plot, love and betrayal.
Morgan Elkins’ Cole Baby
Laila desperately wants to be a mother, but each of her previous pregnancies ends in a broken heart. This time it has to be different, so she looks at Melancon. Melancon is an old and powerful harem family known for their call, a precious layer of skin that is the secret source of their healing powers.
Female in the photo: What culture does with the female body by Catherine McCormack
Venus, maidens, wives, mothers, monsters-female have long been tied to these restrictive roles codified by patriarchal culture, so we rarely see them. Catherine McCormack reveals the assumptions behind these stereotypes, whether written large or subtly hidden. She extends to Western art (think Titian, Botticelli, Millet) and a world saturated with fashion photography images.
Unnecessarily engrossed by Stevie Van Zandt
Beginning in a bedroom on the outskirts of New Jersey in the early 1960s, it has been deployed on some of the country’s largest stages and then spread around the world, showing many times how rock and roll has the power to change the world. .. Better? This story.
What actually happened in Wuhan: a unique virus, countless infections, millions of deaths by Shari Markson
The origin of Covid-19 is a mystery. For a year and a half, scientists and government officials claimed that the virus was of natural origin and dared to ridicule those who disagreed with this view. The tech giant has swept the Internet and censored and silenced the debate in the most extreme ways. However, it cannot be denied that Wuhan’s secret facility was devoted to genetically manipulating the bat coronavirus in a dangerous experiment.
Provocation: How leaders shape the future by overcoming the deadly human flaws of Jeff Tough
Tough and Goldbach provide a compelling argument for the suggestion that taking a “wait-and-see” approach is the exact opposite of what helps visionary leaders change the world. .. Based on the principles of business and behavioral economics, this book shows readers in all disciplines how to induce behavior as a mechanism to move forward.
Wild Vet Adventures: Save animals around the world with Dr. Gabby Wild (National Geographic Kids) by Gabby Wild & Jennifer Szymanski
Dr. Gabby is a wildlife veterinarian who travels around the world to take care of many types of exotic wildlife. She is sought help when an animal becomes ill, injured, or needs a medical examination or dental treatment. In this book, she shares an incredibly heartwarming suspense story about encountering real animals, like when she was cleaning Jaguar’s teeth and the generator broke down. Get up and find her hand in his mouth! It contains profiles of over 80 exotic animals around the world, many of which Dr. Gabby has worked on for himself. Dr. Gabby is based at the Bronx Zoo in New York City when she isn’t traveling far away to treat wild patients or model sustainable eco-fashion on the Project Runway. ..
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