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Our Stolen Future: Are We Threatening Our Fertility, Intelligence and Survival? A Scientific Detective Story.Our Stolen Future: Are We Threatening Our Fertilit...

My introduction to Our Stolen Future came about ten years ago at a sustainable packing conference wh [ ... ]

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Sarabande by Marcus Fedder

Sarabande is a gripping love story in which the ties of family and homeland conflict with the desire [ ... ]

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Drinking, Smoking & Screwing: Great Writers on Good TimesDrinking, Smoking & Screwing: Great Writers on Goo...

You just don’t find compilations like this in the marketplace these days. Editor Sara Nicklès has [ ... ]

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Home Keeps Moving by Heidi Sand-HartHome Keeps Moving by Heidi Sand-Hart

Hi, my name is Heidi Sand-Hart and I don’t know where to call “home”! I grew up in India,  [ ... ]

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"SOME BOOKS ARE MEANT TO BE NIBBLED, OTHERS TASTED, AND STILL OTHERS CHEWED AND SWALLOWED" -Francis Bacon

The following books have at one time or another been reviewed in Think, and are here to give you an insight into the kind of printed trash that causes one to publish this kinda printed trash.

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The Sleepwalker's Introduction to Flight by Sion Scott-Wilson

Described as a humorous, moving and eloquent debut by the UK's Bookseller Magazine the intriguingly titled Sleepwalker's Introduction to Flight has already been favourably compared with Mark Haddon's Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night and DBC Pierre's Vernon God Little.

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The New York Review of Books

One of the virtues of the NYRB is its heady and high flown mixture of politics, criticism and whatever else people tend to talk about at faculty cocktail parties...

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The Boat: Singapore Escape - Cannibalism at Sea by Walter Gibson

This book fast forwards to WWII, and the British surrender to the Japanese...

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