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Game Changer by Steve Howell-P2P

When Theresa May called a snap election in 2017, Labour was more than twenty points behind in the polls and it seemed the only question was how big her landslide would be.

The experts argued campaigns don’t move opinions much and young voters would not turn out. But Jeremy Corbyn and his team had other ideas. They knew people were angry about austerity and were confident they would support a manifesto for the many not the few.

In the most dramatic election of modern times, Corbyn’s inspirational campaign transformed British politics. Labour won its best vote for twenty years and the largest increase in its vote share since 1945. Far from winning a landslide, the Tories were left without a majority and forced to abandon many of their unpopular plans.

Steve Howell was at the centre of Corbyn’s election machine. A member of the Labour leader’s strategy group, he was involved in all the key campaign decisions. From the outset, he believed that Corbyn’s campaigning skills, enthusiastic army of supporters and hopeful message could produce a surge in support. In Game Changer, he tells the story of eight weeks that transformed British politics.

Game Changer: Eight Weeks That Transformed British Politics: Inside Corbyn’s Election Machine by Steve Howell-P2P
ISBN: 1786155869, 178615627X | 2018 | EPUB | 370 pages | 4 MB
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Aetherial Worlds by Tatyana Tolstaya-P2P

From one of modern Russia’s finest writers, a spellbinding collection of eighteen stories, her first to be translated into English in more than twenty years.

Ordinary realities and yearnings to transcend them lead to miraculous other worlds in this dazzling collection of stories. A woman’s deceased father appears in her dreams with clues about the afterlife; a Russian professor in a small American town constructs elaborate fantasies during her cigarette break; a man falls in love with a marble statue as his marriage falls apart; a child glimpses heaven through a stained-glass window. With the emotional insight of Chekhov, the surreal satire of Gogol, and a unique blend of humor and poetry all her own, Tolstaya transmutes the quotidian into aetherial alternatives. These tales, about politics, identity, love, and loss, cut to the core of the Russian psyche, even as they lay bare human universals. Tolstaya’s characters–seekers all–are daydreaming children, lonely adults, dislocated foreigners in unfamiliar lands. Whether contemplating the strategic complexities of delivering telegrams in Leningrad or the meditative melancholy of holiday aspic, vibrant inner lives and the grim elements of existence are registered in equally sharp detail in a starkly bleak but sympathetic vision of life on earth.

A unique collection from one of the first women in years to rank among Russia’s most important writers.

Aetherial Worlds: Stories by Tatyana Tolstaya -P2P
English | 20 Mar. 2018 | ISBN: 152473277X | 256 Pages | ePUB | 5 MB
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The Art of Naming by Michael Ohl-P2P

From Tyrannosaurus rex to Heteropoda davidbowie scientific naming as a joyful and creative act.

Tyrannosaurus rex. Homo sapiens. Heteropoda davidbowie. Behind each act of scientific naming is a story. In this entertaining and illuminating book, Michael Ohl considers scientific naming as a joyful and creative act. There are about 1.8 million discovered and named plant and animal species, and millions more still to be discovered. Naming is the necessary next step after discovery; it is through the naming of species that we perceive and understand nature. Ohl explains the process, with examples, anecdotes, and a wildly varied cast of characters. He describes the rules for scientific naming; the vernacular isn’t adequate. These rules–in standard binomial nomenclature, the generic name followed by specific name–go back to Linnaeus; but they are open to idiosyncrasy and individual expression. A lizard is designated Barbaturex morrisoni (in honor of the Doors’ Jim Morrison, the Lizard King); a member of the horsefly family Scaptia beyonceae. Ohl, a specialist in “winged things that sting,” confesses that among the many wasp species he has named is Ampulex dementor, after the dementors in the Harry Potter novels. Scientific names have also been deployed by scientists to insult other scientists, to make political statements, and as expressions of romantic love: “I shall name this beetle after my beloved wife.”

The Art of Naming takes us on a surprising and fascinating journey, in the footsteps of the discoverers of species and the authors of names, into the nooks and crannies and drawers and cabinets of museums, and through the natural world of named and not-yet-named species.

The Art of Naming by Michael Ohl-P2P
ISBN: 0262037769 | 2018 | EPUB | 312 pages | 8 MB
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Destroying A Nation by Nikolaos van Dam-P2P

Following the Arab Spring, Syria descended into civil and sectarian conflict. It has since become a fractured warzone which operates as a breeding ground for new terrorist movements including ISIS as well as the root cause of the greatest refugee crisis in modern history.

In this book, former Special Envoy of the Netherlands to Syria Nikolaos van Dam explains the recent history of Syria, covering the growing disenchantment with the Assad regime, the chaos of civil war and the fractures which led to the rise and expansion of ISIS.

Through an in-depth examination of the role of sectarian, regional and tribal loyalties in Syria, van Dam traces political developments within the Assad regime and the military and civilian power elite from the Arab Spring to the present day.

Destroying A Nation: The Civil War in Syria by Nikolaos van Dam-P2P
ISBN: 1784537977 | 2017 | EPUB | 336 pages | 2 MB
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Macworld Australia – May 2018-P2P

Australian Macworld is the longest-running Mac magazine outside the USA. We bring you the latest news, reviews, help and tips for the Mac, iPad, iPhone and everything else from Apple. Plus you’ll find photography, lifestyle and the latest gadgets. It’s the full package for Mac fans.

Macworld Australia – May 2018-P2P
English | 132 pages | True PDF | 7.0 MB

English Grammar: Understanding the Basics by Evelyn P. Altenberg, Robert M. Vago-P2P

This text is designed to help readers learn about English grammar in as simple and straightforward a way as possible. The authors use a friendly and encouraging tone and easy to understand language with a minimum of terminology, helping readers to overcome “grammar phobia.” The book can be used alone or as part of a course. It assumes no prior knowledge of grammar. Using a workbook approach, the present information in small steps, with objective techniques to help readers apply new concepts. Numerous exercises, with answers, allow readers to test themselves after information is presented. “Quick Tips” provide convenient “tricks” to help readers master the material and also highlight the main concepts in each lesson. Short sections called “To Enhance Your Understanding” are for readers who are interested in more than basic information. Overall, the text provides readers with an important learning experience as well as a useful reference book.

English Grammar: Understanding the Basics by Evelyn P. Altenberg, Robert M. Vago-P2P
English | ISBN-10: 0521732166 | 2010 | 281 pages | PDF | 6.5 MB

Strength Training by DK-P2P

Build a better body with this essential handbook to strength training for men and women of all abilities. Step-by-step instructions and tailor-made programmes will help you reach individual goals.

Strength Training by DK-P2P
English | 2009 | ISBN: 1405344377, 0756654475 | 256 pages | PDF | 30.7 MB

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