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FREE Amazon kindle cook books
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Posted 1 h, 11 m agoPosted 1 h, 11 m ago
FREE Amazon kindle cook books Totally Cookbooks: Cooking Flavors from around the World: 6 books in 1 Box Set: Mexican, Polynesian, Indian, Thai, Korean, and Vietnamese https://… Read more
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The Time Corps Chronicles by Heather Blackwood FREE on Kindle @ Amazon
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Posted 1 h, 16 m agoPosted 1 h, 16 m ago
Thanks to cibarious for the complete free collection link :-) The Time Corps Chronicles is a fantasy series that moves from worlds much like our own to those where the mythical… Read more
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JustExhumed

Deleting wasn't an option, so I just edited it.

JustExhumed

Bother! That makes the deal obsolete, I'll delete it. And thank you.

cibarious

It seems that you can get the complete set of 5 books for free too, just follow this link - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Time-Corps-Chronicles-Complete-ebook/dp/B0149NTLDA

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Montgomery: Hero or Villain? FREE Kindle Edition
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Posted 2 h, 5 m agoPosted 2 h, 5 m ago
"In the annals of British history the name Montgomery is legend. During the Second World War Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery led the British Eighth Army against Rommel’s elit… Read more
fedex1401

Shouldn’t even be in question. Very few of us could ever comprehend what those guys went through, me included.:{

Boz

Hero (y) Heat

r200ti

interesting to get a real opinion, ive only ever read about the campaigns not the men. Obviously Rommel had a lot of respect and probably had the harder job with the lack of fuel. But Monty seemed to make all the right calls.

dkwookies

Hero, kicked the axis out of Africa

Bogart

Definitely a hero. I know as my old man, who served under him, told me so.

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Collector's Edition Guide Hardcover £10.37 delivered at Books etc
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Posted 4 h, 1 m agoPosted 4 h, 1 m ago
Ni no Kuni II follows Evan on his quest to build a kingdom and become the King he was destined to be. Building alliances and expanding a kingdom is no simple matter, though-Evan an… Read more
feardust

No, they're largely unconnected games, set in different worlds.

AbandonedTrolley

Still got the first one in its wrapper, do I need to read that first before diving in to the sequel?

Chiptivo

Have purchased. Not sure why.

The Woods by Harlan Coben 99p @ Amazon Kindle store
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Posted 8 h, 47 m agoPosted 8 h, 47 m ago
4/5 from 1,879 ratings (Now a Netflix series) Twenty years ago, four teenagers disappeared in the woods at a summercamp. Now, two decades later, everything is changing... Paul C… Read more
samirhym

I read this a long time ago, thought it was good at the time. Harlan Coben is always gripping imo. Everyone has different tastes though

Gooosee

Any good?

Drink? The Science of Alcohol and your Health - Dr David Nutt. Kindle Ed - Now 99p @ Amazon
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Posted 9 h, 54 m agoPosted 9 h, 54 m ago
If you think you may have any issues or are worried about how much you are drinking guidance and support can be found on the NHS website here —————————————————————— I’ve always… Read more
fiqqer

First thing you need to realise about Nutt is he is not independent. He is backed by major drugs companies and what he says and researches depends on his paymasters. Nutt has been heavily involved in marketting a drug alternative to alcohol and his "research" is largely focussed on that. He was sacked because what he said was nonsense. It appealed to drug takers but you cannot say drugs were less harmful than alcohol. They are equally harmful and if you know drug addicts you will realise they are just as much a danger to themselves and to others as the majority of alcoholics are.

cackinthesackjac

I know it's pricey! I actually didnt pay for the subscription but I used Facebook groups and listened to their podcasts. There's a very good one with Dr Rangan Chatergee which is very informative.

mike_fernlea

Do you not mean www.oneyearnobeer.com ? I guess you could say £250- is very little compared to what you could save going without booze for a year

LanzaJet

I see what you say as real now but my word it took me ages to realise what I was doing as it seemed like it was all good. And why not if it made me feel better even for a few hours. The feeling tapered off slowly and then it literally became the norm, a part of life. I look back and don't even know myself as me, after all everyone does it and that's what you believe or at least your mind tells you that and then blow it I'll get a four pack.

batezy

I suffer with PTSD and I drink once or twice a week inc with the medication. It makes me feel better at the time but it’s circle that you don’t want to get into. I wouldn’t call it selfish but it can affect other people. It is certainly self-serving. Unfortunately I can’t see it changing but I’m hoping this book will make me see it from a different perspective.

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