Teleport This (Small Universe Book 1)

By Christopher M. Daniels

In Teleport This, Simon and Gilbert, terrestrial physicists, depart Earth and stumble into and throughout a bigger universe, making an attempt desperately to discover their as far back as Earth in a single piece whereas potentially paying for a operating lightsaber or alongside the way in which. As they trip approximately, the men catch up with ladies either human and electric, AI is defined, dog-people are tested, battles occur, extraterrestrial beings have interaction with fact television, events get juicy, brains get probed and, after all, a liberal volume of alcohol is fed on all through. All this to your analyzing excitement.

This novel helps Amazon’s ‘look within’ characteristic so in case you like witty discussion and engaging characters coupled with an soaking up storyline click the canopy picture and skim a section. for those who love it, purchase it. when you rather love it, purchase 3 or four.

So let’s move and don’t fail to remember the tequila and chips.

Teleport this can be the 1st ebook within the Small Universe sequence. Simon and Gilbert’s adventures proceed in Soul to Soul and Geppetto’s Daughter.

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Le régiment monstrueux (Les annales du Dique-monde, Tome 31)

By Terry Pratchett

Pour retrouver son frère disparu dans l. a. tourmente des conflits frontaliers, Margot se déguise en garçon. Se couper les cheveux et porter un pantalon : facile. Péter et roter en public, marcher comme un primate, ça demande plus d’entraînement. Pour le reste… une paire de chaussettes roulées fera l’affaire.
Voici désormais le deuxième classe Barette, enrôlé dans l’armée de los angeles duchesse de Borogravie. Et los angeles guerre fait rage. automobile il y a toujours une guerre en chantier.
Margot s’y retrouve plongée en compagnie d’une escouade de nouvelles recrues sans formation. Au cœur des rangs ennemis, il leur faudra déployer toutes les ressources du régiment monstrueux.

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God Is Dead

By Ron Currie Jr.

An electrifying debut from a provocative new voice in fiction that might remind readers of the simplest of Vonnegut

Ron Currie’s gutsy, humorous ebook is readily gripping: If God takes human shape and dies, what might develop into of existence as we all know it? easily combining outlandish humor with massive questions about mortality, ethics, and human weak spot, Ron Currie, Jr., holds a funhouse replicate to our present-day international. God has inhabited the mortal physique of a tender Dinka girl within the Sudan. whilst she is killed within the Darfur desolate tract, he dies together with her, and notice of his dying quickly starts off to unfold. confronted with the challenging evidence that there's no ultimate being dependable, the area is irrevocably remodeled, but is still oddly recognizable.

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Why We Suck: A Feel Good Guide to Staying Fat, Loud, Lazy and Stupid

By Denis Leary

The long island Times bestseller

One of America’s most unique and biting comedian satirists, Denis Leary takes on all of the poseurs, politicians, and dad tradition icons who've sucked in public for a lot too lengthy. Sparing not anyone, Leary zeroes in at the ridiculous anyplace he unearths it—his Irish Catholic upbringing, the folly of megastar, the pressures of relatives existence, and the nice hypocrisy of politics—with a similar vivid, savage, and profane perception he delivered to his seriously acclaimed one-man indicates No medication for CancerLock ’n Load.

Proudly Irish-American, defiantly operating classification, with a reserve of compassion for the underdog and the ignored, Leary gives you blistering diatribes which are either penetrating social statement with out holds barred and laugh-out-loud humorous. As regularly, Leary’s impassioned comedian standpoint in Why We Suck is true on target.

Leary is the celebrity and co-creator of the Emmy-nominated tv express Rescue Me

 

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Jeremy Strong's Laugh-Your-Socks-Off Joke Book. Jeremy Strong

By Jeremy Strong

Is it time to pause for breath? No simply because there's additionally Streaker the puppy, indoor pirates, trolls and superheroes and karate kicking and time-travelling and mad grannies, and a lot more. that includes a new short-story by means of Jeremy, the "Laugh-Your-Socks-Off funny story Book" is choked with jokes, quizzes, puzzles and video games, plus extracts from all of your favorite tales. caution: no knock-knock's have been utilized in the making of this e-book.

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No Cure for Cancer

By Denis Leary

An uproarious and lacerating meditation on life--and death--by a celebrated new voice at the comedy scene. Leary employs his ferocious wit and sharp mind to confront society and its ills and forces us to stand the problems we're all so much petrified of. "Absolutely amazing . . . the genuine innovative of yankee comedy."--The Boston Globe.

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Le monde merveilleux du caca

By Terry Pratchett

Enfin traduite en français, découvrez Mlle Félicité Bidel, l'auteur favori de Sam Vimaire junior, le fils du commissaire du Guet d'Ankh-Morpork. Avec Le très gros problème de Gaston, l. a. guerre contre les gobelins morveux, Les hommes Pipi et autres succès de librairie, elle est l. a. coqueluche des enfants du Disque-monde.

Geoffroy rend visite à sa grand-mère à Ankh-Morpork. Alors qu'il passe sous les pommiers ancestraux du jardin, il despatched quelque selected lui tomber sur los angeles tête. Ce sera le début d'une quête déterminée et d'une assortment d'un style distinct.

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Bourbon for Breakfast: Living Outside the Statist Quo

By Jeffrey Tucker

Bourbon for Breakfast: dwelling open air the Statist Quo The nation makes a multitude of every little thing it touches, argues Jeffrey Tucker in Bourbon for Breakfast. might be the largest mess it makes is in our minds. Its pervasive interventions in each region impact the functioning of society in such a lot of methods, we're more likely to intellectually adapt instead of struggle. Tucker proposes one other course: see how the country has distorted way of life, reconsider how issues could paintings with no the country, and struggle opposed to the intervention in each manner that's accepted. no matter if that suggests hacking your showerhead, rejecting prohibitionism, trying to find large-tank bathrooms, declining to take advantage of govt courts, homeschooling, embracing substitute micro-cultures, staring at pro-freedom videos, baking at domestic, retaining manners and criteria of gown, publishing with no copyright, and simply dwelling outdoors what he calls the "statist quo," we should always no longer lose contact with what freedom potential, even in those instances. The essays disguise advertisement lifestyles, electronic media, tradition, foodstuff, literature, faith, tune, and a number of different matters -- all from the point of view of a Misesian-Rothbardian suffering to get through in a global within which the partitions of the country were final in. He writes concerning the glories of trade, the horrors of reformatory, the enjoyment of non-public lifestyles, and defends a type of aristocratic radicalism in instances of more and more limited offerings. The "problem" with Jeffrey Tucker is that he has been flying less than the Austro-libertarian radar for all too lengthy. A tireless employee, yet normally a behind-the-scenes guy (apart from his terrific flip as Nathaniel Branden in Murray Rothbard’s play, “Mozart was once a Red”), he has some time past made quite a few public contributions at times. yet now with the e-book of Bourbon for Breakfast: dwelling outdoor the Statist Quo, a compilation of many and them all superb shorter writings, he'll not manage to conceal his gentle less than the proverbial bushel. This booklet makes a vital contribution to either one of his dual loves, libertarian political philosophy and Austrian economics. What he has to claim concerning the economics of water, trade, expertise, police, and jails, are by myself worthy far more than the cost of admission (the publication, in accordance with his ideas, is offered at no cost on the net, yet i encourage you to shop for as many copies as you could and provides them for your family and friends members). yet might be his precise contribution to our freedom circulation is that he combines those insights of his written within the culture of Mises, Rothbard and Hazlitt with a few extremely important ideas on health and wellbeing, manners, nutrients and different such cultural concerns. All too many folks (I am as to blame of this as a person) write and communicate as though all there have been to existence is economics and politics. no longer Jeff Tucker, no longer by means of an extended shot. So, do learn him, and thoroughly, on those topics, the center of our philosophy. yet, additionally, examine what he has to assert approximately tradition. In many ways, those insights of his are only as vital. - Walter Block, Loyola collage, New Orleans From federalized showerheads to the libertarian Jetsons, Jeffrey Tucker has written a humorous and significant e-book approximately nation meddling, and the potential of natural freedom. learn Bourbon for Breakfast, and provides a replica to everybody you recognize. It’s a wise, subversive, and devastatingly powerful case for liberty. - Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., Chairman of the Mises Institute and editor of LewRockwell.com

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