21 LESSONS FOR THE 21 CENTURY

n Sapiens, he explored our past; in Homo Deus he looked to our future. Now, one of the most innovative
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Be the Hands and Feet: Living Out God’s Love for All His Children

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Nothing in life is as exciting and rewarding as introducing Jesus to people who have never met him.‘If God can
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Cold Justice

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Mallory – he was the best of the best, a Special Forces leader and a hero. But then he made
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Imbratorit el babaghawat

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بروح الدعابة اللطيفة يقلص سورينتينو البيروقراطيين المتغطرسين، ومشاهير الإعلانات والنصابين المحترمين، والباحثين عن الشهرة والمتعجرفين المخادعين، إلى أحجامهم الحقيقية.
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In Shock How nearly dying made me a better doctor

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A compelling call to arms for a more empathetic practice of medicine, from the intensive care doctor who nearly died
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Salah King of Europe

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This is the story of the new King of the Kop. When Mohamed Salah signed for Liverpool from Rome in
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Staying Strong : 365 Days a Year

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Demi Lovato wakes up each morning and affirms her commitment to herself–to her health, her happiness, her being. Those commitments
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The Art Of Seduction

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Review

'What Greene does so masterfully is take us on a fascinating trip into the psyches of the great seducers and offer a wealth of strategies for those who might like to dabble in the murky waters of manipulation themselves. One by one he exposes the techniques of behaviour control used by and against all of us in every area of our lives from business to bedroom. But it is when he explores the scheming psyche of the sexual predator that he is at his most compelling.' Daily Mail 'It unearths the two sides of seduction: the characters and the process. The book prepares you for the ultimate seduction: your boss.' Fran Cutler, the Daily Express

About the Author

Robert Greene, author of bestselling books including MasteryThe 48 Laws of Power and The Art of Seduction (both from Profile), has a degree in Classical Studies and has been an editor at Esquire and other magazines. He is also a playwright and lives in Los Angeles.
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The Next Great Migration: The Story of Movement on a Changing Planet

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Review

This fascinating study debunks false narratives about immigration and finds that, in common with other species, the urge to move is written in our genes . . . This book – a wandering narrative about why people wander – is likely to prove equally prophetic in the coming months and years, since it asks two questions that are already shaping our geopolitics: what causes human beings to migrate? And is such mass movement beneficial to more settled communities and nations? -- Book of the Week ― Observer Shah [tackles] with compassion and insight a deeply complex and challenging subject . . . Shah effectively shows that understanding human migration is fundamentally an intersectional problem, incorporating race, ethnicity, religion, gender, class, economic inequality, politics, nationalism, colonialism and health, not to mention genetics, evolution, ecology, geography, climate, climate change and even plate tectonics . . . Her work addresses issues of fundamental importance to the survival and well-being of us all ― New York Times Book Review A deeply researched and counterintuitive history . . . [Anti-immigration] arguments may indeed be hollow but they spread their spores nonetheless: we need books such as this to expose them ― Guardian Sonia Shah’s life-affirming celebration of migration is an antidote to the naysayers . . . A hugely entertaining, life-affirming and hopeful hymn to the glorious adaptability of life on earth. Always, the argument is threaded through with delicious descriptions of the natural world and its endless mobility, from butterflies to hungry bears . . . [Shah’s] luminous love for this changing world is surely a far better guide, as we face an uncertain future, than the dreary fear-mongering and lies of those she condemns . . . A rich measure of gaiety, humour, and hope ― Scotsman A book that captivates on many levels . . . Part travel journal, part reportage, part investigative journalism, it’s a work impeccably researched but heartfelt and driven by eloquent descriptive storytelling . . . Shah takes the reader on a fascinating kaleidoscopic historical and geographical journey . . . Fascinating, and extremely well written, this is a book of our times ― Herald An examination of relocation in all its forms – human and wild – in the context of impending climate-related disruption. Shah delves into the origins of anti-immigrant rhetoric and unpicks the notion of a static world . . . It’s a dazzling tour through 300 years of scientific history . . . Engrossing ― Prospect Magazine Illuminating . . . This work's beguiling synergy of science, history, and contemporary politics is impressive enough, but it is this intuitive author's captivating narration that makes this such a bracingly intelligent and important title ― Booklist Shah convincingly argues that politicians against immigration distort and misuse data to create unnecessary and cruel barriers, [and that] we must face the inevitable: our social, political and ecological world is changing substantially. The altered communities that result won’t just be different, they’ll often be better adapted to thrive in our warming world ― Nature An incisive examination of migration, which she considers a phenomenon both biological and cultural . . . A scientifically sophisticated, well-considered contribution to the literature of movement and environmental change ― Kirkus Reviews In this striking look at a planet on the move, Sonia Shah provides a bold new way of looking at the ecological and political turbulence of our time - a vision that is as full of hope as it is of understanding -- Charles C. Mann, New York Times bestselling author of '1491' Could hardly be more timely . . . A lively, rigorously researched and highly informative read -- Praise for 'Pandemic' ― Wall Street Journal Grounded, bracingly intelligent . . . Lucidly layers history into a tour of transmission hotspots, from incubators of ‘spillover’ animal-borne illnesses such as China’s wild-animal markets to globalized transport and hyperdense cities -- Praise for 'Pandemic' ― Nature

About the Author

Sonia Shah is a science journalist and the prize-winning author of Pandemic: Tracking Contagions from Cholera to Ebola and Beyond, a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize and the New York Public Library Award for Excellence in Journalism. She has written for the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and many others. Her TED talk, “Three Reasons We Still Haven't Gotten Rid of Malaria,” has been viewed by more than one million people around the world. She lives in Baltimore, Maryland.
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