SAS Survival Handbook (Third Edition), a book review

A book review written by: Lee Sonogan (2003) Handbook non-fiction “A classic outdoor manual..Written by John Wiseman, former survival instructor for Britain’s elite Special Air Service (an all-conditions strike force considered by some to be tougher than the U. S Navy SEALs), the book addresses every conceivable disaster scenario… Don’t leave home without it.” –…

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50 Best Books On My Bookshelf

A list created by: Lee Sonogan This is a list of all the literature in current my book collection. The images above are real shots of my bookshelf. As you can see, the bookshelf is overflowing. Having a second bookshelf now, I do have room for new books. In the following list, it will include…

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Notes From A Public Typewriter, a book review

A book review written by: Lee Sonogan “Life, like this typewriter, has no backspace. Type strongly and don’t look back.” – Notes From A Public Typewriter Bookstore owners Michael and Hilary Gustafson set out a typewriter in their shop. They called their bookstore, Literati that is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Over a few years,…

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100 Movies That Were Based on Books

A list created by: Lee Sonogan Do you sometimes wonder where some movies get their ideas from? There is a lot of answers to that question while books are one important part of it. some of the best movies have come from books. New adaptations of existing concepts and ideas. While some people like to…

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No Is a Four-Letter Word: How I Failed Spelling but Succeeded in Life – A Book I Want to Read!

An article written by: Lee Sonogan “It’s a little bit different because it’s more of a self-help motivational thing, but it’s still filled with ridiculous stories and things about my life and what’s happened and fun stuff and all those sorts of things.” ― Chris Jericho, PWPodcasts.com – Interviews The man of 1,004 holds and…

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50 More Books I want to read

A list created by: Lee Sonogan Hundreds and thousands of books have been made. And there is some amount of books that would be worth reading. In the last list I created I focused on classic books. The following list includes genres of books that include fiction and non-fiction from all eras. 50 More Books…

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George Orwell, quotes

A list created by: Lee Sonogan The oldest writer that I enjoy. His work has influence so much more that I like. 1984 and Animal Farm are two of the best books of all time. Political and brutal, it says so much for so little words. Please search 1984 or Animal Farm on my blog…

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Black Books, a tv show review

A tv show review by: Lee Sonogan (2000-2004) 25mins/Comedy, sitcom   Bernard: [hangover] No Doctors! Doctors are Satanists! That’s why they write Ambulance backwards. Bernard, the main character is inspired by a real bookshop owner in Dublin, who Dylan Moran described as “He looks like he’s swallowed a cup of sour milk and peed himself…

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How to choose the right book for you

A article written by: Lee Sonogan “There is no friend as loyal as a book.” ― Ernest Hemingway Reading is a difficult task for some. Reading becomes easier if you research and make sure you get the right book for you. There are so many options to decide from. You just gotta know how to…

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Food of the Gods – A Radical history of Plants, Drugs and Human Evolution, a book review

“Is the recognition that language is not merely a device for communicating ideas about the world, but rather a tool for bringing the world into existence in the first place. Reality is not simply ‘experienced’ or ‘reflected’ in language, but instead is actually produced by language.”
― Terence McKenna, Food of the Gods

Are you interested in mind altering drugs and their effects to the social culture? This is the bible of that. Terrance Mckenna has written the ideal book to read to see what these drugs are all about. From excerpts of personal experience to documented historic studys, every chapter educates you in a interesting way.

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