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“[does] a superb job of transporting the reader back in time, evoking the era with telling details while staying true to the core of Nellie Bly’s story.”

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The Most Human Right can be a valuable book for undergraduate students studying human rights in a philosophical context.”

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“The Museum takes the reader behind the displays that present the public face of culture and science, to show how they have changed and will have to change to not just survive but

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“For the just curious about how a law gets passed or those itching to make it happen, this guide has all the answers.”

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This is a very engaging, lucidly written, and entertaining collection of autobiographical essays produced by debutante Myanmar writer, Moe Thet War, writing as is stated, as Pyae Moe Thet War.

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“Snyder’s book graphically, relentlessly details the horrific murders committed by the Nazi and Soviet regimes in the vast geographic region between Germany and Russia.”

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“Both well written and intriguing, this is hybrid memoir will stick in your memory long after you finish.”

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“We all know of the heartbreaks that have struck President Biden, but this biography delivers critical understanding of the role Jill has played in his life.”

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Within the world of fashion there are very few designers/brands that any fashion aficionado would consider royalty, and even fewer who have continually and unerringly adhered to their brand’s DNA;

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“Bell’s sage advice holds for a range of writers, not just novelists.

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“Rainbow’s balance of self-deprecating humor and serious autobiography makes for a great read. Playing with Myself is aptly titled.

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“A beautiful sentence stops you cold. You savor it not only for what it says but also for the way it is written.

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Animal BFFs is a treasure trove of information about animal pairings that a reader can enjoy in one sitting. A whole science curriculum could be developed around this book . .

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We’ve all encountered the stories of people who experienced childhood trauma, only to have it blight their later lives until a final reckoning.

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“This is a well-written monograph on one of those largely unknown incidents of our history. The story of these Americans deserves to be told.”

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“This gorgeous watercolor-illustrated one-volume history of the rise of American naval power in World War II captures the desperate struggle of war at sea and its pivotal importance for the

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The story of this book is almost as extraordinary as the story of Che Guevara’s life.

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“Part detective story and part scientific journal, Fischer’s narrative will appeal to true crime afficionados, history buffs, movie fans, and engineers—what other book can claim that audien

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Having already read The World According to Karl Lagerfeld, this reader was almost positive that the World According to Christian Dior would be nothing like the former.

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“Maybe this work is not a new way of seeing Benjamin Franklin but a way to consider many ideas about Benjamin Franklin in much the way that Franklin explored the world.”

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“that rare book that can simultaneously be enjoyed by anyone interested in the field of history, as well as being an excellent text for any college course on historiography.”

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“interesting and insightful . . . a beacon of hope in our dark times”

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There are celebrity autobiographies that put the author in the best possible light, with every awkward moment surgically excised.

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