David Mitchell - Fiction - 2008 - 528 pages
A Novel David Mitchell. Our seer lay slumped on his desk. Drool glued his chin to
his sony. his eyelids reinmcd. and a gurgle was trapped in his throat. Every
tenthnite, Yoona told me. he would imbibe Soap and sleep thru to yellow-up. As
Parveen Kumar, Michael L Clark - Medical - 2012 - 1352 pages
It still remains the primary ‘must-have’ text book of any budding doctor, or qualified one at that. This book is stunning in its breadth and in its ease of use.
Liam Callanan - Fiction - 2004 - 357 pages
Brilliantly imagined, beautifully told, this is storytelling at its very best. From the Hardcover edition.
David Mitchell - Fiction - 2014 - 656 pages
Praise for The Bone Clocks “One of the most entertaining and thrilling novels I’ve read in a long time.”—Meg Wolitzer, NPR “[Mitchell] writes with a furious intensity and slapped-awake vitality, with a delight in language and all ...
David Mitchell - Fiction - 2010 - 479 pages
Dispatched to the influential Japanese port of Dejima in 1799, ambitious clerk Jacob de Zoet resolves to earn enough money to deserve his wealthy fiancée, an effort that is challenged by his relationship with the midwife daughter of a ...
David Stephen Mitchell - Fiction - 2012
By the New York Times bestselling author of The Bone Clocks | Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize This enhanced eBook edition contains never-before-seen footage from the major motion picture, behind-the-scenes material shot during ...
John Dickie - History - 2008 - 288 pages
Delizia! is much more than a history of Italian food. It is a history of Italy told through the flavors and character of its cities.
David Mitchell - Fiction - 2009
Pointed, funny, profound, left-field, elegiac, and painted with the stuff of life, Black Swan Green is David Mitchell’s subtlest and most effective achievement to date.
Julia Glass - Fiction - 2008 - 200 pages
In this vivid, heartrending story of what we can and cannot do for those we love, the sisters grow closer as they move further apart.
David Mitchell - Fiction - 2007 - 448 pages
A writer of pyrotechnic virtuosity and profound compassion, a mind to which nothing human is alien, David Mitchell spins genres, cultures, and ideas like gossamer threads around and through these nine linked stories.
Jan-Philipp Sendker - Fiction - 2012 - 286 pages
A poignant and inspirational love story set in Burma, The Art of Hearing Heartbeats spans the decades between the 1950s and the present.
John V. MacLean - Education - 2010 - 166 pages
To teach literature is to discuss the eternal questions that human beings have juggled in all ages and in all places. This book helps to present those discussions in terms that resonate with today's students.
Patrick Bateson, Peter Gluckman - Science - 2011 - 156 pages
Essential reading for biologists and psychologists interested in epigenetics and evolution, this book is also a valuable resource for biological anthropologists, sociobiologists, child psychologists and paediatricians.
Eugene A. Nida - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2002 - 127 pages
The contexts include the historical setting of writing a text, the cultural components that make a text unique, the types of audiences for which the translation is intended, and the most efficient and effective ways of producing a ...
Debbie Macomber - Fiction - 2014 - 400 pages
Well, Teri got married a little while ago—to Bobby Polgar, the famous chess champion. They've moved into a beautiful house, 74 Seaside Avenue, which has a spectacular view of Puget Sound.
Lauren Friedman - Self-Help - 2014 - 128 pages
From the Audrey to the Paris, the Top Down, or the Easy Breezy, there are 50 scarf styles in this book for any occasion or mood.
David Mitchell - Humor - 2012 - 336 pages
David Mitchell, who you may know for his inappropriate anger on every TV panel show except Never Mind the Buzzcocks, his look of permanent discomfort on C4 sex comedy Peep Show, his online commenter-baiting in The Observer or just for ...
J. Lenore Wright - Philosophy - 2012 - 228 pages
Using works written over the course of 1,500 years, considers philosophers’ autobiographies as a genre of philosophical writing.
N. D. Wilson - Juvenile Fiction - 2007 - 304 pages
Henry soon understands that these are not just cupboards, but portals to other worlds. 100 Cupboards is the first book of a new fantasy adventure, written in the best world-hopping tradition and reinvented in N. D. Wilson’s inimitable ...
Debbie Macomber - Fiction - 2013 - 400 pages
Olivia Lockhart-Griffin Cedar Cove, Washington Dear Reader, Jack and I are just back from our honeymoon, and I'm eager to catch up with my friends Bob and Peggy Beldon, who run the Thyme and Tide bed-and-breakfast at 44 Cranberry Point.
Robert Conroy - Fiction - 2007 - 416 pages
From the Mississippi bayou to the Pennsylvania farmlands to the woods of Maine, the great armies of Generals Grant and Lee face off in the nation’s deadliest conflict. And to the victor goes history. From the Paperback edition.