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Pedro Mendoza's Violin By Duncan Alexander McKenzie
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This is the story of a young boy who was born into poverty and deprivation in the Philippines. There would appear no escape from this, however a lucky find and support from many people propel him on... More > to the pinnacles of success and achievement. It is a story of inspiration and wonder, and how we can use instruments to shape our fate. And it is a story of events that could and probably will happen, in a certain place and in a certain time, and in a certain universe, in the past or in the future.< Less
The 4S Handbook. Selective Sound Sensitivity Syndrome. By Duncan Alexander McKenzie
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When Hell is the noises that other people make! Sniffing, gulping, lip smacking, loud chewing, jaw clicking, noisy breathing, slurping, licking fingers. Aaaaaarrrgggghhh! There are certain... More > individuals on this planet, and the author of this book is one of them, who live a nightmare. This nightmare occurs every day, and it can occur in any place where there are other people. The triggering sounds can lead to anger, frustration, rage, depression and isolation. The condition has led to relationships breaking up. It has led to physical assaults. It has resulted in the loss of employment. It may have even led in at least one case to homicide. The nightmare has a name: 4S, or Selective Sound Sensitivity Syndrome. This little handbook is for those who suffer from 4S. It will also help clinicians and the relatives and friends of sufferers understand this syndrome which can so blight a person's life.< Less
The Unlucky Country. The Republic of the Philippines in the 21st Century. By Duncan Alexander McKenzie
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This book is about the Philippines. It is the truth about the nation, as seen through the eyes of a foreigner who lives there. It tells of the culture, the economy, the people, the poverty and the... More > crime. For anyone who would like to know more about this nation, its past, its present and its future, this is the book for you. It is packed full of facts, observations and analysis. It presents hope, in that the nation can find the road to prosperity, but only if specific changes take place. The author outlines those changes that are needed. It is the anatomy of a nation and its culture, presented in a lively and informative style.< Less
The Five Keys to the Kingdom of the Apocalypse By Duncan Alexander McKenzie
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Thermonuclear, biological and chemical weapons. Mankind now has the power to harness the fires of Hell. Terrorism may strike at any time, and in any place. A billionaire industrialist has tasked... More > himself with the destruction of the human race. This is to allow the unfettered supremacy of artificial intelligence. A computer science student from Scotland is drawn into his cult, and then frees himself from its grasp when he discovers their true agenda. Human vivisection, spontaneous human combustion and entombment while alive are some of the themes of this story. From the paradise of bisexual orgies to the fires of Hell. It's an amazing tale. But the most frightening thing is that it presents a credible scenario. It will answer the question, ‘Are human beings now obsolete and will Homo sapiens be superseded by machines?’ The battle has begun for the fate of the Earth. Would you sacrifice yourself to the terrors and the fires of Hell to save your loved ones and the planet? One day you may be asked to. Be ready.< Less
Pedro Mendoza's Violin By Duncan Alexander McKenzie
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Pedro is a boy born into poverty and deprivation. He works alongside his family in a Manila garbage dump. He would have no chance of escape from this life however unbeknown to him a foreigner living... More > in Manila is diagnosed with terminal cancer and confronts the reality of life, that we are all mortal and all possessions and material things are transient attachments. He instructs his family that on his death they are to throw away his beloved violin. It should be thrown to the winds and allowed to find its new owner. Pedro finds the violin in a wooden crate in the garbage dump. He wants to keep it and actually begins to play the instrument. After learning to play the violin he is discovered by an Australian engaged in charity work visiting Manila's slums. He arranges a music scholarship for Pedro in Australia. He achieves great success, but must return to his homeland to complete his destiny. It is a story, of hope, of wonder, and of how everything is connected together in the web of human existence.< Less
The Unlucky Country. The Republic of the Philippines in the 21st Century. By Duncan Alexander McKenzie
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This book is about the Republic of the Philippines. It tells the truth about the nation, as seen through the eyes of a foreigner who lives there. It describes the past, the present and the possible... More > future of the Philippines. Analysed is the culture, the economy, the crime, the politics, the disasters and the reasons why poverty remains endemic. The book outlines the changes that need to occur in order for the nation to proceed on the road to prosperity. For anyone who wants to understand the Philippines and obtain a true picture of its present state, this book cannot be overlooked.< Less