City of London Freemen's Boarder 1964

City of London Freemen's Boarder 1964 by Chris Ward

This is the true story of how a nine year old boy survived his years at a prestigious Surrey Boarding School from 1964 to 1972. Apple Pies, Electric Shocks, Sadistic Prefects this book has it all! Why were Michael and friends in Epsom Station at 3am in the morning when he should have been tucked up in bed at Philip House. Find out what really use to go on in a mixed Boarding School. Funny, Sad, Exciting, Thought Provoking and without question very entertaining.

Ooh Matron!

Ooh Matron! by Sarah Jane Butfield

Sarah Jane is a sixteen-year-old country girl, a little old-fashioned with a mischievous sense of humour, who suddenly decides she wants to be a nurse. I am not sure what Florence Nightingale would make of her! Sarah Jane has no career aspirations, all she wants is to leave school, work as a cashier at Woolworths and get married. Then everything changes and she finds herself wearing a fluorescent pink uniform and studying to get into Nursing School. What inspired this surprising change of direction?

100 days of solitude

100 days of solitude by Daphne Kapsali

A personal journey that inadvertently became an alternative self-help guide to doing what you love and living as your true self – whoever that might turn out to be. "100 days of solitude" is inspiring hundreds of people to seek out and claim the space they need to find themselves and live the life they want.

Through Whose Eyes:Rise, Child of God

Through Whose Eyes:Rise, Child of God by Jacqueline Rainey

The short-stories in Through Whose Eyes: Rise, Child of God are meant to provoke the reader to think about the journey each character takes. The woman in “Turning Corners” finds herself in jail once again and begins to have revelations about the life she’s been leading. She comes to realize that life as a streetwalker has been holding her back and it keeps her running away from the call of God. The spiritual character in the story “Clean” is already a woman of God, but her faith is tested and shaken when she is raped.

With Angel's Wings

With Angel's Wings by Stephanie Collins

With Angels Wings is the true story of Laura, a young wife and mother of a three-year-old daughter. Her husband, Kevin, a marine, is deployed overseas, leaving Laura to give birth to their second daughter and handle the two young children on her own. Thirteen days after the birth of her youngest, the pediatrician detects a heart murmur.

Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

Based on more than forty interviews with Jobs conducted over two years—as well as interviews with more than a hundred family members, friends, adversaries, competitors, and colleagues—Walter Isaacson has written a riveting story of the roller-coaster life and searingly intense personality of a creative entrepreneur whose passion for perfection and ferocious drive revolutionized six industries: personal computers, animated movies, music, phones, tablet computing, and digital publishing.
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