Download Guns N’ Roses by Paul Stenning (.PDF)

Guns N’ Roses: The Band That Time Forgot: The Complete Unauthorised Biography by Paul Stenning
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Overview: Both new and old incarnations of the explosive rock band Guns N’ Roses are discussed in this compelling biography. Featuring exclusive interviews with key players on their personal and musical histories and supplemental color photographs, this is a comprehensive look at where the band started, the reasons behind their infamous split in 1994, and what the original members are doing now. This fully revised edition contains information on the highly anticipated Summer 2005 release of Chinese Democracy, Axl’s first release in 10 years, as well as details of ex–lead guitarist Slash and ex–bass player Duff’s hot new band, Velvet Revolver.
Genre: Non Fiction | Biography | Music

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Download Mental Healers by Stefan Zweig (.ePUB)

Mental Healers: Mesmer, Eddy and Freud by Stefan Zweig
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Overview: Franz Mesmer, Mary Baker Eddy and Sigmund Freud—three influential thinkers who travelled very different paths in their search for the crucial link between mind and body. Zweig’s brilliant study explores the lives and work of these important figures, raising provocative questions regarding the efficacy and even the morality of their methods.
An insight into the minds of three key thinkers who shaped the philosophy of our age, Mental Healers is a wonderfully intriguing and thought-provoking biographical work from a renowned master of the genre.
Genre: Nonfiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Dark Lady: Winston Churchill’s Mother and Her World by Charles Higham
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Overview: Jennie Jerome was a controversial American society girl and mother of Britain’s most revered statesman, Winston Churchill. A single-minded and dynamic woman she was an early feminist, advocate of Irish independence, and, above all, was notorious for her promiscuity. Charles Higham draws from previously overlooked sources to provide much that is startlingly new about the remarkable and tempestuous life of Jennie Jerome. The book charts her luxurious New York upbringing, her eyebrow-raising entry into the British aristocracy through marriage to Lord Randolph Churchill, son of the Duke of Marlborough, her endless line of liaisons with men of vastly inferior years, and a very different sort of affair in the highest of high places — with the Prince of Wales, the future King Edward VII (one of many kings and princes to win her affection). Passionately in love with life, expressive of her sexuality when women were supposed to hide it, beautiful and independent minded, Jennie Jerome was decades ahead of her time.
Genre: Non-fiction | Biographies & Memoirs

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Download Behind Bars by Anna Leask (.ePUB)

Behind Bars: Real-life stories from inside New Zealand’s prisons by Anna Leask
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Overview: A raw, revealing and powerful account of life inside, as told by prison inmates.Violence. Gangs. Drugs. Smuggling. Weapons. Scams. Hierarchy. Murder. Welcome to prison life in New Zealand.Most New Zealanders will never know what it’s like to do time, to spend days, months, years, even decades behind bars with some of the country’s most dangerous, volatile and notorious criminals.For the men and women who have spent time inside, it’s an experience they will never forget. These are their stories.Behind Bars takes you deep into the prisons of New Zealand and reveals the private lives of inmates – their first night inside, how they spend their time, how they change, learn who to trust, how to fit in and, ultimately, how they survive.A raw and fascinating glimpse into a world most of us can only imagine.’You exist, you survive. You see many things, and you meet many people you wish to God you’d never met. Prison is not real. What happens in there happens, but it’s not real life.’
Genre: Non-fiction | Biographies & Memoirs | New Zealand

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Download A River Rules My Life by Mona Anderson (.ePUB)

A River Rules My Life by Mona Anderson
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Overview: The original and all-time classic of high-country station life in New Zealand Mount Algidous, the author’s home, was one of the great high-country sheep stations of Canterbury, New Zealand. It occupied a mountain range between two ice rivers and lay in the very shadow of the Southern Alps. Published with the Mona Anderson estate as a beautiful hard-back, this new edition brings back the isolated world of the Wilberforce, the river that governed Mona’s life for 33 years. In the early 1940s Algidous was regarded as some of the wildest, roughest farming land in New Zealand. ‘The river was my Rubicon’, Mona said. ‘I had heard stories about the terrible Wilberforce: so many people had been drowned in it. I tried not to think about the time when I could have to cross it. But the road had come to an end at a corrugated iron shed. Somewhere beyond it I knew we would find the station, Mount Algidus, a green, high-country oasis amid the snow and the tussock…’
Genre: Non-fiction | Biographies & Memoirs

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Download The High Road by Colin Hogg (.ePUB)

The High Road: A Journey to the New Frontier of Cannabis by Colin Hogg
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Overview: Unsettled by the stiff old rules at home, writer Colin Hogg and his faithful sidekick Bruce hit the high road in America on an exploration of a wild new world, where cannabis is free and easy. Like going on a road trip with Bill Bryson driving and Hunter S Thompson riding shot-gun, Colin Hogg embarks on a journey up the long coast road, bewildered by the unfair realities concerning his natural medicine of choice. Laugh-out-loud funny, this is a journey to the new frontier of cannabis, travelling four states that have given the legal nod to marijuana and three states that have fully inhaled the cannabis revolution and gone recreational. After sampling the best America has to offer, the writer also makes a case for legal marijuana at home, where laws are out-dated and draconian.
Genre: Non-fiction | Biographies & Memoirs | New Zealand

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Download Roger Federer: The Greatest by Chris Bowers (.ePUB)(.MOBI)

Roger Federer: The Greatest by Chris Bowers (Revised and Updated 2011)
Requirements: ePub reader; Mobi reader, 2.7 MB
Overview: Roger Federer is a legend not only in the world of tennis but also in the wider sporting arena. With a record-breaking tally of 16 Grand Slam titles to his name, he shows no sign of slowing down and in 2010 added another Australian Open win to his collection, as well as taking the trophy in the end-of-season ATP World Wide Tour Finals in London. This authoritative and affectionate biography traces the rise of Federer, from his first tentative strokes with a tennis racket to how he dealt with being sent away to a training academy where he struggled to communicate in a French-speaking part of Switzerland; and how he handled the sudden death of his first real coach and mentor. It looks at his development as a sportsman and how he has matured into a family man with his marriage to Mirka Vavrinec and the birth of their twin girls. It also examines how Roger bounced back from arguably one of the most challenging periods of his career as, following a serious illness and a dip in form, his run of successive Wimbledon championship wins was ended and he was toppled from the number one spot by his long-time rival Rafael Nadal. In characteristic style, Federer silenced his critics by winning the French Open title for the first time, reclaiming his Wimbledon crown and ending 2009 at the number one position for the fifth time.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies

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Download Like a Fiery Elephant by Jonathan Coe (.ePUB)

Like a Fiery Elephant: The Story of B. S. Johnson by Jonathan Coe
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 4.1MB
Overview: In his heyday, during the 1960s and early 1970s, B. S. Johnson was one of the best-known young novelists in Britain. A passionate advocate for the avant-garde in both literature and film, he became famous — not to say notorious — both for his forthright views on the future of the novel and for his idiosyncratic ways of putting them into practice.

But in November 1973 Johnson’s lifelong depression got the better of him, and he was found dead at his north London home. He had taken his own life at the age of forty. Jonathan Coe’s biography is based upon unique access to the vast collection of papers Johnson left behind after his death, and upon dozens of interviews with those who knew him best.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Biography

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Download Warner Bros by David Thomson (.ePUB)(.AZW3)

Warner Bros: The Making of an American Movie Studio by David Thomson
Requirements: ePUB or AZW3 Reader, 2.4MB
Overview: Behind the scenes at the legendary Warner Brothers film studio, where four immigrant brothers transformed themselves into the moguls and masters of American fantasy
Warner Bros charts the rise of an unpromising film studio from its shaky beginnings in the early twentieth century through its ascent to the pinnacle of Hollywood influence and popularity. The Warner Brothers—Harry, Albert, Sam, and Jack—arrived in America as unschooled Jewish immigrants, yet they founded a studio that became the smartest, toughest, and most radical in all of Hollywood.

David Thomson provides fascinating and original interpretations of Warner Brothers pictures from the pioneering talkie The Jazz Singer through black-and-white musicals, gangster movies, and such dramatic romances as Casablanca, East of Eden, and Bonnie and Clyde. He recounts the storied exploits of the studio’s larger-than-life stars, among them Al Jolson, James Cagney, Bette Davis, Errol Flynn, Humphrey Bogart, James Dean, Doris Day, and Bugs Bunny. The Warner brothers’ cultural impact was so profound, Thomson writes, that their studio became “one of the enterprises that helped us see there might be an American dream out there.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Biography

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Download The Boys Who Challenged Hitler by Phillip M. Hoose (.ePUB)

The Boys Who Challenged Hitler: Knud Pedersen and the Churchill Club by Phillip M. Hoose
Requirements: ePUB Reader | 10.6 MB | Version: Retail
Overview: At the outset of World War II, Denmark did not resist German occupation. Deeply ashamed of his nation’s leaders, fifteen-year-old Knud Pedersen resolved with his brother and a handful of schoolmates to take action against the Nazis if the adults would not. Naming their secret club after the fiery British leader, the young patriots in the Churchill Club committed countless acts of sabotage, infuriating the Germans, who eventually had the boys tracked down and arrested. But their efforts were not in vain: the boys’ exploits and eventual imprisonment helped spark a full-blown Danish resistance. Interweaving his own narrative with the recollections of Knud himself, here is Phillip Hoose’s inspiring story of these young war heroes.
Genre: Nonfiction | Biography

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