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Bioenergy and Integrative Medicine By Liviu Nuteanu
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This book is based on the author’s exceptional results in one of the most controversial – yet amazing – fields of human knowledge: bioenergy. As a physician and Ph.D. in medicine,... More > the author accurately analyze and discuss the effect of bioenergy on various medical conditions. The breakthrough that L. Nuteanu, M.D. reveals is the impact of bioenergy on various forms of cancer. Destruction of malignant cells, without affecting the normal cells, is scientifically documented. The spectacular, full paper, Cerebral tumor cells damaged by emission of bioenergy, is included in this book. Other utilizations of bioenergy, also using psy, are described, as amazing results the author personally reached, such as important reduction of hurricanes (recognized by US specialists in the field) and lessening earthquakes. This book is an exciting reading for a wide audience and a unique performance.< Less
Terra Firma By Stephen Platt
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"Terra Firma - very large, about which nothing is known", was how Columbus described the mainland of South America. David finds himself on anything but firm ground when he arrives in... More > Venezuela to work for Jordi's uncle Manuel, the Minister of Planning. Jordi's exotic family befriend him - the uncles who chased out the last dictator, the grandfather, too old for deep-sea fishing but still chasing young women at ninety. He finds cliffs to rock climb in the vast coastal range and the empty interior. At the Ministry he meets Chelo, who takes him to see a fortune-telling witch when they should be working. And he discovers that the site of the new town he is helping plan is on an earthquake fault and that his boss, Manuel, owns the land.< Less
Wolf in Shadow: Wulfharan Series Book III By Sarah Downing
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War-King Elam is dead. Or that is what his enemies want his companions to think. Stuffed into a box, transported across the country, all Elam knows is that he is to be delivered to some unknown... More > buyer, his continuing existence a threat to his beloved homeland. Haunted by his death, Coiran is grateful for the distraction when she is asked to assist in the investigation of several unsolved murders. But when she hears Elam calling from the city harbour, Coiran decides to do anything to find him. Even follow him to Roscara, where she is a wanted fugitive with a price on her head. Yet Roscara is in turmoil, plagued by drought and earthquakes. Can Coiran find him before Elam is broken in mind and body and Roscara burns?< Less
Terra Firma By Stephen Platt
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Terra Firma – very large, about which nothing is known", was how Columbus described the mainland of South America. David finds himself on anything but firm ground when he arrives in... More > Venezuela to work for Jordi's uncle Manuel, the Minister of Planning. Jordi's exotic family befriend him – the uncles who chased out the last dictator, the grandfather, too old for deep-sea fishing but still chasing young women at ninety. He finds cliffs to rock climb in the vast coastal range and the empty interior. At the Ministry he meets Chelo, who takes him to see a fortune-telling witch when they should be working. And he discovers that the site of the new town he is helping plan is on an earthquake fault and that his boss, Manuel, owns the land.< Less
Terra Firma By Stephen Platt
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Terra Firma – very large, about which nothing is known", was how Columbus described the mainland of South America. David finds himself on anything but firm ground when he arrives in... More > Venezuela to work for Jordi's uncle Manuel, the Minister of Planning. Jordi's exotic family befriend him – the uncles who chased out the last dictator, the grandfather, too old for deep-sea fishing but still chasing young women at ninety. He finds cliffs to rock climb in the vast coastal range and the empty interior. At the Ministry he meets Chelo, who takes him to see a fortune-telling witch when they should be working. And he discovers that the site of the new town he is helping plan is on an earthquake fault and that his boss owns the land.< Less
The Yosemite: John Muir By Collection e'Vintage
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In The Yosemite John Muir recounts his adventures during the years he sojourned amid the Yosemite Valley's spectacular scenery. Muir eloquently portrays the valley he called his "marvelous... More > wonderland," providing detailed descriptions of its natural features--from tiny birds and wildflowers to fierce storms and floods and even an earthquake he experienced. Combining rare literary skills with a passion for discovery, Muir captures moments of breathtaking adventure: peering over the dizzying brink of Yosemite Falls; climbing a hundred feet up into a high, hollow ice-cone; and scaling Half Dome while it is covered with a fresh blanket of snow to see his shadow, a half-mile long, clearly outlined on the sea of clouds beneath him. REVIEWS "If I was not already going to Yosemite, I would have bought a ticket instantly. John Muir is probably one of the most detailed and descriptive writers I've seen yet." Amanda< Less
Wicked To Fly By Robert Bowman
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Description: In the grand tradition of lawyer/legal writers down through the ages from Dickens to Grisham,there now rides over the literary horizon International lawyer,Robert Bowman. Just as these... More > other lawyers always wrote about what they knew, so Robert Bowman writes vividly about the arena he has come to inhabit in a long and distinguished exciting legal career over the past decades - Our World. In his first volume of illustrated memoirs 'Wicked To Fly',which he has wrily subtitled 'Dispatches from the Coal Face of Life',Bowman takes us from deep within a tragic French village to the jungles and rice terraces of the Northern Phillipines and on to the ruins in the Yucatan and the iconic Temple of the Sun in Mexico City,from a jail cell in Monte Carlo to the ghostly killing fields of Auschwitz on to the concrete skyscrapers of Dubai,whilst surviving terrifying earthquakes and typhoons along the way.< Less
Geomancist By Charmaine Pauls
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All is fair in love and war, especially when the enemy is a drug baron and the loot the woman you love. Sean Rivers lives with a dangerous secret. He possesses a forbidden art. As geomancist, it is... More > in his power to destroy landscapes with earthquakes and volcanoes. Knowing his kind is hunted by forces of both good and evil, Sean’s job as mixologist in Cartagena, Colombia is the perfect cover. Until Asia, a zesty beautician walks into his life and wrecks the very laws of physics. When Sean and Asia compete for the premises where Sean intends to open his cocktail bar, he pulls out all the stops to win the challenge ... to Asia’s detriment. Together they end up catering for the guests of a drug baron who rented Isla del Pirata for a week-long birthday celebration. The kingpin has no intention of letting Asia leave. Ever. If Sean is to rescue her, he’ll have to use his art, blow his cover, and maybe even his life.< Less
Zero to Sixty: A Dakar Adventure By David Mills
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David Mills first discovered the legendary Dakar Rally during a three-month motorcycle tour of South America. In 2012, he became an embedded member of a Chilean Dakar team with unprecedented access... More > to the rally; now he shares the story of his experiences. This firsthand account describes the three grueling weeks he lived with the tight-knit Dakar community as they battled the brutal conditions in the ultimate long-distance, off-road competition. Zero to Sixty shares stories of crossing the driest deserts on the planet, visiting lush vineyards and wine regions, getting lost on mountain passes, encountering earthquakes and landslides, enduring drastic temperature changes, and experiencing altitude sickness at more than 15,500 feet. Zero to Sixty offers a unique, behind-the-scenes look at the legendary Dakar Rally, its people and its history, providing insight as to what drives these athletes to live on the edge of disaster while attempting to finish what is the world’s deadliest sporting event.< Less

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