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Almost

'Almost' is an historical epic set throughout Europe from the years 1909 to 1940. It is the story of two English brothers whose personal war mirrors the growing tensions in Europe, which culminate in the outbreak of World War Two. Reginald joins the Foreign Office and pursues the policy of appeasing Hitler; Tom becomes a fighter pilot and vows to destroy tyranny. The action takes place in England, France, Germany and Czechoslovakia, and includes the key political figures of the time – Churchill, Chamberlain, Daladier, von Ribbentrop and many others.

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Everyday Anarchy

Comments about the book "Everyday Anarchy"

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Finding North with an iPod - last post by wdiaz03

Just Poor

'Just Poor' is set in England in 1795. It is the story of Mary O’Donnel, a girl of extraordinary intelligence who starts life as an uneducated orphan, trapped in a world of rural futility. At the age of twelve, after insulting the local Lord, she is cast out from her community. Returning four years later, she befriends Lord Laurence’s sister, enters into his household, and succeeds in getting his commitment to help the poor. All too soon, costs escalate, and Lord Laurence begins to wonder if Mary’s motive is charity or vengeance…

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On Truth: the Tyranny of Illusion

Reviews, comments, suggestions and criticisms of Stef's new book

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Practical Anarchy

The second book in the 'Anarchy' series...

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Real-Time Relationships

Comments about RTR: The Logic of Love

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Dead Links for RTR in Actio... - last post by Rainbow Jamz

Revolutions

'Revolutions' is a powerful tale of love, loyalty, murder and redemption, set in Russia in the late nineteenth century.

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Revolutions Audio book - last post by MrNlul77

The God of Atheists

Three men wake up one morning and decide to take what they have not earned. Dan, a shifty entrepreneur, starts a software company to cash in on the high-tech boom. Al, a down-and-out music producer, bullies his handsome son into forming a boy-band. Alder, an obscure academic, steals a brilliant idea from a grad student. As they exploit the talents of the naïve youths around them, their fame and wealth increase – but they become more and more terrified of exposure and destruction.

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BabbleFish on Business Stud... - last post by In the belly of the beast

UPB: The Book

Reviews / Comments about Stef's book "Universally Preferable Behaviour: A Rational Proof of Secular Ethics"

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Virtue, Transcendence and UPB - last post by Will Torbald


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