Best Books: Non Fiction
Max Diamond | Food/Recipes
Over 300 Sweet Treats to Make at Home The Big Book of Homemade Candy Recipes is the ultimate candy cookbook. It delivers more than 300 of the best recipes from Chocolate and Fudge to Peanut Butter and Truffles, this eBook is pure candy satisfaction for candy lovers everywhere The diversity of the recipes make this the perfect cookbook for any...
Dean Henryson | Psychology
Two different battles evolve in girl fighting. One is physical and the other is psychological. Both are interrelated. This book dwells especially into the psychological, which involves one girl attempting to dominate the other's mind. Taboo thoughts, animalistic behaviors and carnal struggles ensue that have profound impacts. Hidden dynamics are...
Marc Stewart | General Non Fiction
This book is 19 years in the making. It gives its reader information never before seen, heard or written down before in the history of the world. It gives its promise. Being knowledge of psychology, biology, chemistry, neuroscience and much more all wrapped up in a simple lover of physics and philosophy package. It marks the introduction of one...
Sun Tzu (original) | History
The Art of War is an ancient Chinese military treatise attributed to Sun Tzu, a high-ranking military general, strategist and tactician. Each of the 13 chapters of the book is devoted to one aspect of warfare. It is commonly known to be the definitive work on military strategy and tactics of its time. It has been the most famous and influential...
Vedang Sati | Science
Physics is beyond equations, it is in experience. With this thought in mind, this book comes up with an amazing explanation of vivid physical phenomena including heat, light, motion, gravity, energy, atoms and the universe as a whole. This book considers physics from the very small to the very large. All chapters start with a brief introduction...
Renee Clarke | Biography
Black Market Baby reveals my life growing up as an adoptee. . . With its inherent sense of restlessness, abandonment and denial. Half the U.S. Population (140 million Americans) have an adoption in their immediate family. There is an estimated seven million, or one-third of the Canadian population, involved in the triad of adoption. I was born...
David Barrow | History
Hundreds of Incredible and Crazy Stories from History are retold here in an amusing and entertaining way. Ideal for ages 6 to 106!
Orna Taub | Educational
This e book reveals the main issues which occupy the current Chinese society today and some of the main topics concerning the Chinese traditional vast culture.All is written in Chinese characters followed by pinyin and English .Ideal for the mandarin student to gain knowledge about the vast China while increase his Chinese language level.
Teo Chiaburu | Psychology
It's what can set us apart from animals or make us just like them: emotions. Find out how to use emotions to your advantage instead of letting them get the better of you by understanding how they work and how they make you react the way you do.