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Listening To Ghosts
Listening To Ghosts
by Bob Stockton Rating: 0.0

Listening To Ghosts is an accounting of the author’s experience growing up in a Northeastern working class neighborhood and subsequent career as an enlisted man in the United States Navy before the Navy became an instrument for social engineering experimentation. Written in the first person the author takes the reader through his adventures - and misadventures - in frank, candid and politically incorrect language.

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Mouth Trap
Mouth Trap
by Jc Gallacher Rating: 0.0

Fresh from the pen of radical, angry poet comes Mouth Trap. A sometimes cynical but always honest ook at life, covering topics such as life after death, the corrupt world of international banking, love, romance and grittyt sex, you name it, Jed leaves no stone unturned in his debut work.

Stone has experimented in free form, fast flowing thought, totally unconstrained by convention and rules. This is creative poetry at its best!

A MUST BUY FOR RADICAL PROSE POETRY FANS.

IF YOU LIKE YOUR POETRY UNCONSTRAINED AND UNCENSORED, THEN THIS IS THE BOOK FOR YOU. DO YOURSELF A FAVOUR, BUY IT NOW AND SET YOUR MIND FREE!

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2100 - Life in the Late 21st Century
2100 - Life in the Late 21st Century
by Steve Priest Rating: 4.0

2100 – Life in the Late 21st Century is a window into the future. It reveals how the United States will change in the next 100 years and how global changes will transform the world. It is a challenging look into the 21st century; offering more than 150 practical ideas to prepare for the changes ahead. The book is an eye opener into economics, politics, society, science, technology, government, climate change, cyber war, health and medicine, business, globalization and other aspects of the 21st century.

“2100” is a no-nonsense look at the United States and the World in the later years of this century. The book projects the future of what life may be like for current and future generations. It explores globalization and puts all the pieces together and makes common sense predictions.

This book is a blend of contemporary social issues, emerging science and domestic and global economic matters. It provides a porthole into the future. First, it considers America and how we will transform in the next 100 years. Secondly, it considers how the world will evolve and the global changes that will occur.

What will it be like in 2175? Curiosity has got to make you find out!

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