Search Results: 'repair'

Search

×
×
×
×
1,812 results for "repair"
Fever, FUO, a diary By Regine Dubono
Paperback: $24.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
"Fever" is the saga of a Medicare patient hospitalization for a fever of Unknown Origin. Details makes it a documentary about "medical errors&misdiagnosis." When Joshua... More > Pelham refused to eat or drink, his wife tried to entice him to eat, but when he had a very high fever and several episodes of fainting, she felt obligated to seek help and took him to the hospital. After two months in the hospital undergoing many invasive tests & Ct-scans to diagnose his illness (FUO)Joshua passed away, leaving his wife devastated. She had stayed by his bed and taken notes about his condition, meds and whatever was happening. Once home, in her terrible grief she reviewed her notes to try to make sense out of her husband's death. These notes became the content of this book. When she analyzed the events, she was startled by the number of avoidable medical errors, omissions & neglect that precipitated Joshua's demise. Her account should set the trend for repairing patient safety and quality of care.< Less
Game Crazy: Part One - Generations By Tyrome Lee, Jr.
Paperback: $14.99
Prints in 3-5 business days
Game Crazy is a biographical depiction of triumph over gangs, drugs, and murder. This book is unique because it highlights various social issues that occurred in Seattle during the 80’s and... More > 90’s, and how these various social phenomena affected one young man’s life, in particular. Follow Tyrome, as he describes how he became a product of his environment and engaged in a life of crime. It didn’t look like Tyrome had much of a chance of survival and success, due to being raised in a community ravished by gangs, drugs, and discriminatorily biased laws that ruined families and crumbled his community beyond repair. As rival street gangs go to war over territorial differences, lives are lost to death and the prison system. This book is subtitled “Generations” because the main character gives a great description of how various phenomena effected the generation before his and the one after. His story is told in chronological order and each chapter becomes more riveting than the previous.< Less
AM SKYLINE Hitch-hiking between Sky & Earth By August Mishell
Paperback: $10.21
Prints in 3-5 business days
This collection represents my tribute to a Friend who died too soon: A.M The first part consists of a kind of poetry, as he said, "To make poetry is another way to make love, where she is just... More > as you imagined it. And you still have all the money in your pocket. "[AM] the second of brief thoughts: "The aphorism, most is the short, most it tends to perfection." [AM] Sometime he was away for days hitchhiking and if I asked him where he had been, he answered me always inventing something; once told me that he was in Nepal to repair the satellite dishes of Tibetan monasteries with monks down angry because no TV for days[] These pieces don't belong to any religion or political ideology; rather tell the emotions of a guy, pushed up by the dreams and crushed down by reality, in a hitchhiking continuous between heaven and earth: "The eye staring at the sky, while the foot sinks into the ground." [AM] in short the skyline of a boy, and, perhaps, of an entire generation.< Less
Pioneers of the Pacific Coast (Esprios Classics) By Agnes C. Laut
Paperback: List Price: $16.48 $9.89 | You Save: 40%
Prints in 3-5 business days
All through the sixteenth century the South Seas were regarded as a mysterious wonderworld, whence Spain drew unlimited wealth of gold and silver bullion, of pearls and precious stones. Spain had... More > declared the Pacific ‘a closed sea’ to the rest of the world. But in 1567 it happened that Sir John Hawkins, an English mariner, was cruising in the Gulf of Mexico, when a terrific squall, as he said, drove his ships landward to Vera Cruz, and he sent a messenger to the Spanish viceroy there asking permission to dock and repair his battered vessels. Now on one of the English ships was a young officer, not yet twenty-five years of age, named Francis Drake. Twelve Spanish merchantmen rigged as frigates lay in the harbour, and Drake observed that cargo of small bulk but ponderous weight, and evidently precious, was being stowed in their capacious holds. Was this the gold and silver bullion that was enriching Spain beyond men’s dreams? Whence did it come? Could English privateers intercept it on the high seas?< Less
Going Grownup By Kerri Leier
eBook (PDF): $4.99
Denny Sophia McKinnon is a head-strong journalism student embarking on her last year of university. After an intense summer away and a confusing summer romance, Denny is determined to make her own... More > path and choose her own future without the hindrance of boys, or falling in love. Things get complicated when Denny’s need to be in control of her emotions pushes her friends away and causes her to ignore and isolate herself from everyone, even herself. Despite her loyal friends-Dru, an aspiring actress, Suzanna the Wicca artist, and her close and confusing friendship with her best guy-friend James, Denny can't seem to trust anyone enough to let anyone in. With the pressure of exams, parties and personal relationships, will Denny come to her senses in time to repair the rift between her and her close friends? First she will have to accept that falling in love can’t, and shouldn’t be controlled and that growing up is a whole lot more complicated than it seemed.< Less
Age Verification Required
How To Lose A Black Woman By H.D. Campbell
Paperback: $14.95
Prints in 3-5 business days
Bruce Williams feels truly blessed. He is a college educated young man with a career he loves. He has amazing friends and looking from the outside, has a perfect life. Asking Bruce, he’ll... More > say he was incomplete without a special woman in his life to love and spend his life with. After a few failed attempts the traditional way, he starts using Social Media and dating sites to find his true love. How To Lose A Black Woman is a semi-autobiographical look at relationships and how one wrong turn could destroy one. Through an uncomfortable search, he eventually finds someone who could be his true love but an argument about an ex and the wrong decision causes his world to spiral out of control. He learns a lot about himself and relationships along the way. He uses the short window of time he must fix what was broken before the relationship is deemed beyond repair.< Less
Age Verification Required
Age Verification Required
Going Grownup By Kerri Leier
Paperback: List Price: $16.50 $15.68 | You Save: 5%
Prints in 3-5 business days
Denny Sophia McKinnon is a head-strong journalism student embarking on her last year of university. After an intense summer away and a confusing summer romance, Denny is determined to make her own... More > path and choose her own future without the hindrance of boys, or falling in love. Things get complicated when Denny’s need to be in control of her emotions pushes her friends away and causes her to ignore and isolate herself from everyone, even herself. Despite her loyal friends-Dru, an aspiring actress, Suzanna the Wicca artist, and her close and confusing friendship with her best guy-friend James, Denny can't seem to trust anyone enough to let anyone in. With the pressure of exams, parties and personal relationships, will Denny come to her senses in time to repair the rift between her and her close friends? First she will have to accept that falling in love can’t, and shouldn’t be controlled and that growing up is a whole lot more complicated than it seemed.< Less

Top 10

see more >
 
2
 
 
3
 
 
4
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
10