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Paranormality
October 16th, 2011

The style is lively and engaging, but the biggest surprise is how funny it is, with more laugh-out-loud lines than you ever thought you’d read in a book about psychology (other than that did you enjoy the play, Mrs Lincoln?’).

11.22.63
December 4th, 2011

You might not think Stephen King is the greatest writer in the world, but here’s what he does well, if nothing else. When you pick up 11.22.63 (another doorstop the size of It and The Stand) you might emit a small groan about how long it will probably take to get through it.


Risk
May 11th, 2008

Risk also explains why we are this way and uses some smart scientific thinking to do so. Combine the instinctive responses (‘Head’ and ‘Gut’) that dictate our behaviour in the face of perceived threats.

Lucky 13 from the King
January 25th, 2009

So Just After Sunset is really a tale of two Kings. The first is from before the accident when he was content to talk about possessed machinery and monsters like he does in Gingerbread Girl, about a woman’s desperate bid to escape the clutches of a sexual predator and killer.


Who’s Afraid of Butterflies?
September 25th, 2011

The most accessible way to digest a book about phobias is with an alphabetical list. Stephen Juan’s isn’t the first you’ve seen, but with chapters on psychological theory, treatments and the science of phobias it’s the most comprehensive.

Brida
June 7th, 2008

He turns his poetic prose to the story of a young Irish woman on a quest to understand the universe and her place in it through the teachings of witchcraft. The plot isn’t nearly as robust as the beauty of the writing however, so it’s not as easy to fall in love with the book as it is with Cohelo’s other work, such as The Alchemist.






Brothers in Arms Just what is true about Cuba? Most western media and governments would ...
March 1st, 2009

Sex, Murder and the Meaning of Life Douglas E Kenrick Basic Books There's a motif from philosophy about the human condition ...
September 16th, 2011

The Brain that Changes Itself Norman Doidge Scribe 422 Pages $35 RRP How ironic that the tool we've used to demystify ...
April 20th, 2008

Head in the Clouds A new picture book reminds us of the beauty of nature and ...
March 16th, 2008

Beautiful Boy A companion piece to his son Nic's memoir Tweak, Beautiful Boy is ...
May 24th, 2008

Making Jack Falcone In a story almost too dramatic to be true, Cuban immigrant Joaquin ...
January 18th, 2009


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