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English Memoirs pt.1 By Lexmilian de Mello
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This eBook is a PERSONAL book with a few commentaries extracted directed from Lexmilian’s diary – author of ‘Percarus’. This book is not intended to be for sale but ought a... More > reader desire to peruse its contents then a hefty sum will be charged to compensate for the lack of ‘donations’ obtained from the author’s other book at: http://bookbooster.com/newage.htm * * * Despite an initial readership of over five thousand candidates only a single person donated any funds towards Lexmilian’s first book. Funds from this published book, ‘English Memoirs’, will go towards supplementing the charity organizations as intended on the first publication. * * * ‘English Memoirs’ contains a series of archived philosophy blog postings selected at random from Lexmilian’s personal compilations. It ought to prove to be an interesting short read and its genre does require some acquired taste. * * * A5 size pages with inclusion of original mistakes unedited. * * *(NOTE: Lulu keeps ~22% of profits if bought through here) * * *< Less
Percarus By Lexmilian de Mello
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Throughout the ages humanity itself has operated, and co-existed, side-by-side with their fellow kindred in a state of semi-segregation naturally induced by the very infrastructure of the society we... More > live in and cherish. Many individuals live secret lives, some witness miracles, others partake and accomplish extraordinary personal feats, and the great leaders of this world usually tend to have an extensive understanding of the operations of the world without quite ever understanding, nor believing, in the stories of incumbents affiliated in micro-social communities of their own. * * * This book is indirectly a much improved parody of “Sophie’s World – Jostein Gaarder”, that is, it opens up the reader to an insightful segmented analysis of the world as seen by the eyes of the author. Miracles do not just happen to anybody, as explained in the book so eloquently in ‘Early Modern English’ for the greater part – it is great artsy entertainment!< Less