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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/ 5 ~ Happy release day! Stunningly addictive, this nonfiction account of wolves, Yellowstone and humanity reads like a fictional account of dueling mob families in a turf war. A must-read for nature lovers and hunters alike. •*•*•*•*•*•*•*•*•*•*• Thanks to crownpublishing for providing me with a free advance copy of this book for review purposes. •*•*•*•*•*•*•*•*•*•*• Nate Blakeslee has done what very few writers can. He has taken a group of wild animals and created an epic drama surrounding their lives ~ a drama that reads entirely like fiction or the best type of biography. I honestly didn't think it was possible for an almost-300-page tome about wolves to be a page turner, but it truly, truly is. Blakeslee includes just the right balance between the people and politics surrounding the wolves with the actions of the actual wolves to ensure that readers understand just how perilous this animal's survival chances are. And really, the survival chances of any wild animals in the United States. The stories in this book about Yellowstone and the federal and state agencies regulating the park and wildlife honestly make me despair about the way our nation is run on an entirely new level. Bureaucracy trumps nature at every single turn, but the hearts of those dedicated to protecting wolves give me hope. •*•*•*•*•*•*•*•*•*•*• Required reading for nature lovers, hunters, and anyone who loves quality nonfiction. This is one of the best out there. One of my favorite reads of 2017. 🐺
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Can't wait to start this! How cool is this book cover 👌🏻 muhammadali
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BookReccomendation ! I read this a couple years ago and it was amazing! If you're looking for an action packed non fiction, I highly recommend this 🏍 • • • goodmorning bookstagram bookgram reccomendation nonfiction jaydobyns noangel black leather igreads instagreads igbooks instabook bookish bookpost bookblog bookblogger bibliophile like4like follow4follow
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“Whenever in my dreams I see the dead, they always appear silent, bothered, strangely depressed, quite unlike their dear, bright selves. I am aware of them, without any astonishment, in surroundings they never visited during their earthly existence, in the house of some friend of mine they never knew. They sit apart, frowning at the floor, as if death were a dark taint, a shameful family secret. It is certainly not then—not in dreams—but when one is wide awake, at moments of robust joy and achievement, on the highest terrace of consciousness, that mortality has a chance to peer beyond its own limits, from the mast, from the past and its castle tower. And although nothing much can be seen through the mist, there is somehow the blissful feeling that one is looking in the right direction.” -Vladimir Nabokov, Speak Memory ljcreads2017 Book 39/50
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And today it's all about the garden at FOB Lashkar Gah, Helmand "of course we're just desperate for Afghanistan to go away" FCO lashkargah helmand war wargardens writing nonfiction couldntmakeitup quercus
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FROM THE CRADLE (PART 5) No one had a clue I was secretly wanting women. I met the girl from primary school a few times and we had sex. No strings attached like before. The only thing I could let out was telling my bfs I liked lesbian porn. Anytime we watched porn (which didn't happen often), I will only watch the part with two women, once a guy joins them I will begin to fast forward it till it just two women again. I don't know if they found it weird, I just say I get turned on watching two women. Kapish! As I got close to my 500 level, I was afraid of principal bae asking me to marry him. We had been together for about four years. I knew that wasn't what I wanted. But I also knew if he asked, I would say yes. That was the plan. That was the right thing to do. School guy started acting up because we had to go for Industrial Attachment (IT), the thoughts of me being out of sight and with the other boo for so long was tormenting him. So I eased his pain by breaking up with him. Got home and found the slightest excuse to break up with home guy. Found out he was hanging out with one girl and the biggest cheat in the world (Me), said she couldn't take it. I needed a reason and milked this one. God! Did he beg! Like he was going to die if l left. He begged me to stay telling me how he doesn't want anyone else but me. He swore he did not sleep with her. He would go on his knees, even in the presence of his friends. He asked them to help talk to me and they did. He would cry, not eat, he was losing weight. His mother even talked to me. He even came to report himself to my mum and asked her to talk to me and she did. She wanted to know why I just wanted to throw everything away, Honestly, I didn't know what to say so I just told her; I am the one wearing the shoes and only I know where it hurts. I felt so bad I was making him feel this way, I was hurting too but I had to leave. The thoughts of getting married was so scary. I had to run. To be continued lnblife lnbtruth lnb9ja lnbreality lesbian bisexual truestories experiences nonfiction lgbt
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솔직히 오빠 나보다 나이 어려보임. 점점 갈수록 젊어지는 그대가 부러워요 - 케이윌 kwill Nonfiction 실화 패션위크 해라서울패션위크 형나잇 hyungknight (from. 스타뉴스,뉴스1)
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Hola amigos! Tuesday is spent reading this famous essay on Atheism by Indian Revolutionary Bhagat Singh. Although I had read about him in school textbooks, I only got genuinely interested in knowing more about him after watching Piyush Mishra's ted talk. You all should watch it. Its called My Friend-Bhagat Singh. He familiarises us with lesser knowns facts about him What fascinates me most about him is that how a 17-18 year old boy could write so eloquently. He has written extensively on religion and on political scenario of the country at that time He was also fond of reading. He used to spend most of his jail time in reading and writing. The last book he read before his hanging was the one by Karl Marx(unverified source) . He was a staunch socialist and supported student's involvement in politics. He identified the inherent contradictions in Indian society at the time of independence and hence called for a social revolution, without which, he said, workers are going to exploited by the "brown" whites. It's sad how Indian govt. actively involved in suppressing his writings and he was only turned into a "poster boy". It's almost ironical how Right Wing in India has appropriated him in their politics although he stands exactly against their politics I am so looking forward to exploring more of his works. Qotd: Have you read anything by Bhagat Singh? Suggest me in comments bookstagramindia bibliophile bookstagram tedtalks piyushmishra socialism karlmarx bhagatsingh atheism religion politics indianpolitics reading writing revolution red redbooks revolution bookphotography booksofinstagram hindi nonfiction
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Бестселлер: Александр Донской - "Продай себя. В бизнесе, в политике, в личной жизни" Купить книгу: http:kassandra-kniga.ru/shop/UID_1427751.html Автор книги, Александр Донской, в прошлом мэр Архангельска, владелец успешной розничной сети супермаркетов «Сезон», создатель «Музея власти» и эротического проекта «Точка G», сегодня — куратор аттракционов Big Funny, консультант по достижению личных целей и бизнес-тренер, рассказывает, как опираясь на амбиции и уверенность в своих силах достичь успеха. александрдонской продайсебя эксмо бестселлер бизнес кассандракнига  волгоград михайловка камышин  книги  литература чтение  читайтекниги книжныечерви bestseller business books  read  literature  nonfiction  instabook
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Looking for something to read for NonFictionNovember2017? You could do a lot worse than my best friend's exploration of warfare, weaponry and women in Dynastic Egypt. (Don't let the typo on the cover put you off, it's thoroughly fascinating!)
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When you need to be at the gym in an hour, but you’ve got 25 pages left MarkManson thesubtleartofnotgivingafuck Nonfiction Novel Book Reading Instabook ReadingInBed
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Среда обитания: Как архитектура влияет на наше поведение и самочувствие В ограниченные рамки рецензии всё интересное не засунешь, потому положу тут надранных, но не вошедших туда любопытных шматочков о человеке и его самочувствии в городе. * Стены укрепляют, а возможно, и порождают социальные и культурные нормы. С появлением в домах изолированных спальных мест изменилось наше отношение к сексуальной жизни. В науке все началось с того, что Роджер Ульрих из Техасского университета A&M заметил: пациенты госпиталя, имеющие возможность видеть за окном траву и деревья, быстрее выздоравливают и меньше нуждаются в обезболивающих препаратах, чем те, кому видны только бетон и асфальт. Последовавшая за этим важным открытием целая лавина исследований за последние 30 лет лишь подтвердила то, что большинство из нас чуют нутром: природа лечит, ободряет, восстанавливает силы. *** люди, живущие в более зеленой среде, чувствуют себя более счастливыми и защищенными. И похоже, что их ощущения не случайны: по данным нескольких контролируемых полевых исследований, уровень агрессии и преступности в более зеленых кварталах в целом ниже. Люди, живущие среди зелени, чаще общаются друг с другом, лучше знают своих соседей и демонстрируют такую степень социальной сплоченности, которая не только предохраняет их от определенных видов психических патологий, но и помогает предотвратить мелкие преступления. Жители нижних этажей также больше доверяют соседям и в большей степени удовлетворены своими жилищными условиями. Исходя из данного исследования и многих других подобных работ можно предположить, что устройство нашей среды обитания и ее влияние на наши повседневные отношения с другими людьми ощутимо воздействуют на чувство доверия, готовность помогать чужим людям и удовлетворенность жилищными условиями. продолжение cм. коммент ниже книга книги нонфикшн научпоп архитектура среда дизайн психология человек город урбанистика чточитаешь книжнаяполка alpinabook book nonfiction
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Newest addition to my ever-growing stack, by Jonathan Kirsch, thanks to unklgeorge. readinglust readinglist bibliophile nonfiction god books
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Who doesn't want more happiness in life? Great practical thoughts, tips and ideas on having more happiness lovedthisbook thehappinessequation neilpasricha happy mustread nonfiction
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