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The Great Arab Conquests by John Bagot Glubb

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The Little Book of Arthurian Wisdom

And little it is too... (85 x 125 x 10mm and 48 pages)

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The Children's Encyclopedia Volume 8 by Arthur Mee

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Only a Piece of Glass by Nan Blake

This is the first book in a series that is written by a client friend of mine. It's a children's adventure story based on Anglesey, featuring caves, magic, myths and legends.

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The Giza Power Plant by Christopher Dunn


 

 

Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

I then went on to watch the 1980 film.


 

 

Take a Seat by Dominic Gill
 - One Man, One Tandem and Twenty-Thousand Miles of Possibilities

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Revelations of Divine Love by Lady Julian of Norwich

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The Creativity of Social Dreaming by Gordon Lawrence

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Inception and Philosophy by David Kyle Johnson
 - Because it's never just a dream

After watching the Inception movie for the second time, I found this book. It's essentially a collection of essays on the topic of dreams, and questions raised by the film (and some answers and ideas too) written by different people. Reading this is a great way to gain further insight.buy from Amazon.co.uk

 

The Self Illusion by Bruce Hood
 - Why There Is no 'You' Inside Your Head / Who Do You Think You Are?

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The Complete Works of Lewis Carroll

So far I have read Alice in Wonderland. I'm finding Alice Through the Looking Glass a little hard going but intend to get back to it.Brian's Little Library

 

Einstein's Universe by Nigel Calder

I originally read this book in 2013.

My mum kindly bought this book for me. Coincidentally I have already read a book by Calder - The Key to the Universe back in 2007.

This is the 1979 edition and it has since been re-published - Amazon's 2004 edition has the following brief description which is still relevant and sums it up well:

"This brilliantly written book unlocks the astounding implications of Einstein's revolutionary theories on the nature of science, time and motion. It far surpasses any previous explanation of Relativity for laymen."

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Hyperspace by Michio Kaku
- A scientific odyssey through parallel universes, time warps, and the 10th dimension.

Previously read in 2005

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The Only Planet of Choice

Previously read in 2010.

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The Globalisation of Addiction by Bruce K. Alexander
 - A study in poverty of the spirit

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The Time Ships by Stephen Baxter

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Creation by E. O. Wilson
 - An appeal to save life on earth

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The Biggest Secret by David Icke

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The Worlds of Eclos by Rex Gordon

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The Vikings by Jonathan Clements
 - The last pagans or the first modern Europeans?

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The Simulacra by Philip K. Dick

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Because some of my reviews on books have increasingly included vast notes and quotations, I would like to point out that I do recognise that these books are protected by the Copyright act. I put my views online to share with other internet browsers in the hope that little snippets of information may be useful and my views interesting. I have always included links to the online retailer Amazon and encourage anyone that finds any title particularly interesting (thanks to what I have to say) to either buy a copy or borrow one from their local library.

 

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