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The Dialectic By Thomas Simpson
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Woodrow Babylon is a young statistics student who has just been invited by an old friend to spend the summer residing with a group of young “intellectual bohemians in exile” hoping to... More > create a new epoch of human existence through the method outlined by Hegel’s dialectic. A grand exposition is planned for the end of the summer when their vision for the future will be unveiled, but when the charming sister of the group’s leader gets involved as well, old passions are rekindled, sexual tension is tightened and the intellectual family of the “New Young Hegelians” becomes a little incestuous. In spite of that rather serious description, The Dialectic is filled with irreverent humor and a better love story than your average vampire novel. The Dialectic is about the Millenials, written for the Millenials by a Millenial and is sure to appeal to anyone who's young, or ever has been young, and desires to live that bohemian life.< Less
Brothers and Frenemies By Samuel Alexander
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A boy bullied—father lost to tragic events. A son with drunken parents—grown before his time. A child, the youngest boy of four. Fighting to be heard—lost in the noise of... More > masculinity. A teen with an overprotective father struggling with sexual identity—his first love gone wrong. A youth with an ailing mother and useless father, confused—dealing with his hate for him. Four boys joined by internal issues and struggling to fit in; projecting their issues by bullying. Until one day the strangest thing happens. A usual victim stands up and demands they return an item. A sketchbook. Now the foursome turned five becomes an odd friendship where views collide, motives are questioned and tension threatens to destroy their close-knit unit. None can survive unharmed and none shall remain the same.< Less
The Ghost Room By Oliver McQuillan
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The year is 1963. A young student at Ireland’s national seminary for the training of priests is leaving. Three friends defy college rules to join him late at night in his room to give him a... More > surprise send-off. During this “wake” their beliefs and the harsh disciplines of college life come under scrutiny, raising themes which will over-shadow both their lives and the Church in the future - sexual morality, celibacy, the legalistic mentality of the hierarchy and the Vatican. Tensions develop. They reveal their doubts and uncertainties and are forced to confront their individual weaknesses, which will no doubt return to haunt them in later life. The group forms a microcosm of the Church that will be. For the departing student all is not as it appears on the surface. A more pressing reason for his departure than loss of vocation is revealed, and it becomes clear that he is a doomed man. Over-shadowing all is the legendary Ghost Room of the title, scene of a series of mysterious suicides in the distant past.< Less
Tangled Beauty By K.L. Middleton
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Sinclair Jeffries thought she knew what she was getting into when her zany, gay friend, Jesse Eddington, talked her into portraying his girlfriend during his parent's anniversary party on Huntington... More > Beach. That is, until she met Reed, Jesse's sexy as hell older brother, and ends up getting much more than what she'd bargained for. Reed Eddington assumed his future was settled until he met Sinclair, his brother's so-called "girlfriend", but the raw, sexual tension between them is hard to ignore. As he watches their ruse from the sidelines, he finds himself wanting to uncover more than just their amusing little facade.< Less
The Dialectic By Thomas Simpson
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Woodrow Babylon is a young statistics student who has just been invited by an old friend to spend the summer residing with a group of young “intellectual bohemians in exile” hoping to... More > create a new epoch of human existence through the method outlined by Hegel’s dialectic. A grand exposition is planned for the end of the summer when their vision for the future will be unveiled, but when the charming sister of the group’s leader gets involved as well, old passions are rekindled, sexual tension is tightened and the intellectual family of the “New Young Hegelians” becomes a little incestuous. In spite of that rather serious description, The Dialectic is filled with irreverent humor and a better love story than your average vampire novel. The Dialectic is about the Millenials, written for the Millenials by a Millenial and is sure to appeal to anyone who's young, or ever has been young, and desires to live that bohemian life.< Less
Talking to Crayfish By Ron De Torre
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“Who is the criminal? The Lakeside Lolita, or the Limnological Lothario?” Was Louis’s hatred of the woman who had mistreated his love for years finally boiling over? Or, was he a... More > gullible young boy used by a jealous adoptee weary enough of abuse to plan and plot a heinous crime over the course of years? Sharing the loss of a parent (the death of both of Tina’s biological parents and the mysterious disappearance of Lou’s father), they are increasingly isolated by Tina’s mother’s jealousy, and physical and emotional abuse. Lou’s uncle has his own plans to be a mob capo, and wants the boy to follow his example. As they grow older, their love, devotion, and inevitable sexual tension grow stronger, while the prejudices and bigotry of their respective families threaten to keep them apart. For years these two disguise the truth from their families, but it all falls apart, leaving them at the mercy of their familes,fates, and the legal system.< Less
People needing people By Janice Reinwald-Brown
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This story centers around a group of young people who find each other and become a family.It tells how the events of 911 affected these New Yorkers. How they coped with the loss of one of their loved... More > ones who had died in the WTC towers. It brings racial tensions to a peak,the subject of 'passing', black on white hatred, and how these people are healed of all their sexual,social,and racial hangups. It shows how people, all different on the outside are so amazingly the same on the inside. This is a feel good book, although there is sadness and heartbreak, things all work together for the good of all. It restores hope in humanity that many of us believe is nonexistent.A must read for all ages< Less
Perfecting Your Physical Energy Sphere By Shyam Mehta
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Your parents lived in a relatively unpolluted world. You do not. Each year, if you look at the statistics, the number of calamities is increasing. The whole of Hong Kong had to wear masks because... More > of influenza. Tsunami one happened. You are fooling yourself if you believe that you do not need to be fit and strong and healthy. For long-term health, your mind needs to be relaxed and stress free. Stress today is little understood. It causes much much more harm to your long term health than you can believe. You need to eliminate it. Modern sports, with an emphasis on competition and prowess, harm you. You should not do sports. You should not go to the gym. You need to lead a moderately active lifestyle, have plenty of milk and yoghurt in your diet, and have sexual release each day to remove the tensions that build up.< Less
Talking to Crayfish By Ron De Torre
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Sharing the loss of a parent (the death of both of Tina’s biological parents and the disappearance of Lou’s father), they are increasingly united by Tina’s mother’s jealousy... More > of her talents, and the physical and emotional abuse to which she subjects her. Lou’s uncle has his own plans to be a mob capo, and wants the boy to follow his example. Lou’s grand plan is to free Tina from the dreary life of a repressed homemaker her mother has planned, by helping her use her brilliance in physics and mathematics to earn a full scholarship to college – a brilliance her mother refuses to acknowledge. As they grow older, their love, devotion, and inevitable sexual tension grow stronger, while the prejudices and bigotry of their respective families threaten to keep them apart. Yet, ironically, those same obstacles help them disguise the truth from their families, but it all falls apart, leaving them at the mercy of Tina’s biological family’s moral convictions, and Lou’s uncle’s manipulation.< Less
Anarchism and Other Essays By Emma Goldman
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Anarchism and Essays is a book by anarchist Emma Goldman, first published in 1910 by Mother Earth Publishing Association. As well as outlining Goldman's ideas on anarchism and anarchist approaches... More > to prisons, political violence, education, sex, women's rights, and art, it contains a foreword by Hippolyte Havel which gives biographical details about Goldman's life.Lori Jo Marso argues that Goldman's essays, in conjunction with her life and thought, make important contributions to ongoing debates in feminism, including around "the connections and tensions between sexuality, love and feminist politics". of Anarchism and Essays include: Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anarchism_and_Other_Essays Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Emma Goldman (June 27 [O.S. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emma_Goldman< Less

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