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Book Title : Bitter Chocolate
Author : Sally Grindley
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
Release Date : 2010-06-07
Pages : 192
ISBN : 9781408811696
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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Pascal's life is like any other boy's as he worries about his English classes and his football skills - until the day rebels come to his village and everything changes. On the run with friends, Pascal finds himself at the mercy of some tough events. But it is not until he ends up working in a cocoa plantation that he realises he must endeavour to find his family and to set himself free of his enslavement. Armed only with his determination, and supported by his friend, Kojo, Pascal has a difficult battle ahead of him.

Book Title : The Basilisk s Creed FIRST OMNIBUS Volumes One Two and Three The Basilisk s Creed 1
Author : Eme Strife
Publisher : (Eme)nded Publishing
Release Date : 2016-11-26
Pages : 547
ISBN :
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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Dear diary...and anyone else who will listen: Tonight, I met the man of my dreams. Literally. *** Whoever said living in California was glamorous and easy-going lied through their fucking teeth. I guess I can blame reality TV for that pervasive B.S. Maybe it was good thing my old man banned television at home for all the years he was alive, after all. I probably would’ve been even more deluded than I was when I’d moved up here from Arkansas three months ago. Looking back, I’m not even sure why I did it; why, of all the places I could’ve chosen to start a new life, I picked Los Angeles: one of the most expensive places in the world to live. I don’t even know anyone one here. Heck, I’d never even visited the city before my move. Still, I’m determined to make it here, to make something of myself. And that means I have no time for distractions of any kind—especially guys. But then, he comes along; the sexiest, strongest, most handsome, most intimidating, and most powerful man I’ve ever seen. He’s absolutely gorgeous, with eyes that seem to burn right through my soul and the most charming smile in existence, and his allure, his entire being, is simply magnetic. He’s impossibly beautiful and just…ugh, perfect. He’s perfect. He’s everything every woman—and possibly quite a few men—wants, including me. What I’m not prepared for, though, is how much he wants me, too. However, there are three problems. One: He’s not a man. Two: I can only see him in my dreams. And three: He commands an army of soul reapers. And, apparently, that’s just the beginning… *** Immerse yourself in the first thrilling bundle of installments of Eme Strife's addictive, sexy, enchanting, and surreal series. Each page will leave you even more enthralled than the last, on the edge of your seat, and vigorously chomping at the bit for more. This series unfolds over several volumes. IT IS NOT A STANDALONE. Rated 18+ This series contains graphic sexual content, violence, and strong language. Because of its explicit nature, it is intended for mature audiences only. Reader discretion is advised.

Book Title : Hospitality
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Release Date : 2005
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ISBN : CORNELL:31924095722967
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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Book Title : Language and Sexism
Author : Sara Mills
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Release Date : 2008-09-25
Pages : 192
ISBN : 0521001749
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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The issue of sexist language has been hotly debated within feminist circles since the 1960s. Previous books have tended to regard sexism in language as easy to identify and have suggested solutions to overcome and counter sexism. Sara Mills takes a fresh and more critical look at sexism in language, and argues that even in feminist circles it has become a problematic concept. Drawing on conversational and textual data collected over the last ten years, and with reference to recent research carried out in a range of different academic disciplines, Mills suggests that there are two forms of sexism - overt and indirect. Overt sexism is clear and unambiguous, while indirect sexism is based on pragmatics and the meaning and interpretation of utterances. Indirect sexism is extremely common and we therefore need new ways to challenge and analyse its usage in language.