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Book Review: Modern Whore by Andrea Werhun Book Review: Information Warfare: The Meme is the Embryo of the Narrative Illusion Book Review: London's Afternoon Teas Book Review: PARADE Book Review: The Secret Life of Your Microbiome Book Review: Sculpture in Canada

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Book Review: Modern Whore by Andrea Werhun

Book Review: Modern Whore by Andrea Werhun

Andrea Werhun’s contrarian disposition on all matters related to sex and society is liberating, exasperating, provoking, authentic, truthful, debauched, funny and outrageously honest.
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Book Review: Information Warfare: The Meme is the Embryo of the Narrative Illusion

Book Review: Information Warfare: The Meme is the Embryo of the Narrative Illusion


Cogito ergo sum (I think, therefore I am), but who does one become when the thought is hijacked?

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Book Review: London's Afternoon Teas

Book Review: London's Afternoon Teas

London's Afternoon Teas is the hippest and most up-to-date source of information for both London residents and tourists alike. Featuring 50 of the best places to take tea in London, including classics such as Claridges and the Wolseley as well as completely unexpected venues, there is a tea here to suit all tastes and budgets.
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Book Review: PARADE

Book Review: PARADE

Parade compiles many of the Honourable Jerry Grafstein’s greatest speeches and tributes from over three decades in politics and public office.
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Book Review: The Secret Life of Your Microbiome
Book Review: Sculpture in Canada

Book Review: Sculpture in Canada

Found in public spaces and parks, art galleries and university buildings, along riverbanks as well as in city squares, private gardens and even underwater, Canadian sculpture encompasses a range of materials and styles from traditional bone and bronze to postmodern multimedia installations.
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