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The Great Divide: a novel Make it Happen - The Creative Entrepreneur’s Guide to Transforming your Dreams into Reality The Whole-Body Microbiome: How to Harness Microbes-Inside and Out-for Lifelong Health AI Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley, and the New World Order Lament for Spilt Porter - Longing for family and home A Christmas Dragon

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The Great Divide: a novel

The Great Divide: a novel

Barry Bloburne is a misanthropic real-estate developer with a simple dream: to build the greatest ski resort the world has ever seen.
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Make it Happen - The Creative Entrepreneur’s Guide to Transforming your Dreams into Reality

Make it Happen - The Creative Entrepreneur’s Guide to Transforming your Dreams into Reality

Make It Happen! is the how-to book to help entrepreneurs sharpen their creative vision, figure out — and overcome — what’s holding them back from turning their great ideas into reality, and get started making it happen.
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The Whole-Body Microbiome: How to Harness Microbes-Inside and Out-for Lifelong Health

The Whole-Body Microbiome: How to Harness Microbes-Inside and Out-for Lifelong Health

Microbiologist Dr. B. Brett Finlay and gerontologist Dr. Jessica Finlay offer a revolutionary new approach to the quest for the fountain of youth: microbes.
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AI Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley, and the New World Order

AI Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley, and the New World Order

In his provocative new book, Dr. Kai-Fu lee – one of the world’s most respected experts on AI – reveals that China has suddenly caught up to the United States at an astonishingly rapid pace.
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Lament for Spilt Porter - Longing for family and home

Lament for Spilt Porter - Longing for family and home

McCloskey wrote Lament for Spilt Porter with a sense of urgency born of the need to reconcile a haunting sense of loss with our muted desire to find our way home.
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A Christmas Dragon

A Christmas Dragon

Danny and Zigo O'Neill really love Christmas, usually. But this year is different.
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