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📒The Perversions Of Quiet Girls ✍ Anonymous
✏The Perversions of Quiet Girls Book Summary : The Perversions Of Quiet Girls is a semi-autobiographical novel penned by an anonymous author, first published in Paris in 1971. The novel was banned in the United States until a 1981 Justice Department ruling declared that its contents were not obscene. It was also banned in Turkey. The narrator Ashley Dvorak works in the personnel division of the paternal Longacre communications company. Although the narrator's experiences are highly sexual and at times non-consensual there has been some doubt over the years that the novel was meant to be a work of fiction and reads more like a memoir. An Amazon exclusive, enjoy.
📒You Will Be Mine ✍ Natasha Preston
✏You Will Be Mine Book Summary : Love turns deadly in a new heart-pounding thriller from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Cellar and The Cabin! ROSES ARE RED VIOLETS ARE BLUE WATCH YOUR BACK I'M COMING FOR YOU Lylah and her friends can't wait to spend a night out together. Partying is the perfect way to let loose from the stress of life and school, and Lylah hopes that hitting the dance floor with Chace, her best friend, will bring them closer together. She's been crushing on him since they met. If only he thought of her the same way... The girls are touching up their makeup and the guys are sliding on their coats when the doorbell rings. No one is there. An envelope sits on the doormat. It's an anonymous note addressed to their friend Sonny. A secret admirer? Maybe. They all laugh it off. Except Sonny never comes home. And a new note arrives: YOUR TURN Also by Natasha Preston: The Cellar The Cabin Awake
📒Girls On The Edge ✍ Leonard Sax
✏Girls on the Edge Book Summary : A parenting expert reveals the four biggest threats to girls' psychological growth and explains how parents can help their daughters develop a healthy sense of self. In Girls on the Edge, psychologist and physician Leonard Sax argues that many girls today have a brittle sense of self-they may look confident and strong on the outside, but they're fragile within. Sax offers the tools we need to help them become independent and confident women, and provides parents with practical tips on everything from helping their daughter limit her time on social media, to choosing a sport, to nurturing her spirit through female-centered activities. Compelling and inspiring, Girls on the Edge points the way to a new future for today's girls and young women.
📒Train Man ✍ Hitori Nakano
✏Train Man Book Summary : After receiving a thank you from a girl he helped on a train, a shy boy turns to the Internet for advice on how to court her.
📒I Loved A Street Woman ✍ Nitin Vinay Khare
✏I Loved a Street Woman Book Summary : "How much can one sacrifice for love? Is love just fun and physical pleasures or something much beyond that? Would one chose a street woman over a princess? Do omens and destiny play any role in our relationships and love? About the author: Nitin Vinay Khare belongs to a beautiful sleepy town of Panna, nearby world heritage site Khajuraho,famous for its tiger reserve, waterfalls and diamond mines. A Sainik School alumnus and a post graduate in management, he prefers to live an anonymous and nomadic life in search of creative inspirations for his stories, poetry and paintings. He regularly pens down his blogs upon vibrant social issues. He also runs a mural studio “De Murals”. Past several years, he has been writing series of novels; the first published work of them is “I loved a street woman.”
📒Memoirs Of A Southern Belle ✍ Anonymous
✏Memoirs of a Southern Belle Book Summary : A lost, forgotten journal of a young, aristocratic girl who found herself the pawn of savage lust as a war ripped her nation apart.
📒The Awakening ✍ Amanda Stevens
✏The Awakening Book Summary : Shush…lest she awaken… My name is Amelia Gray, and I'm a cemetery restorer who lives with the dead. An anonymous donor has hired me to restore Woodbine Cemetery, a place where the rich and powerful bury their secrets. Forty years ago, a child disappeared without a trace and now her ghost has awakened, demanding that I find out the truth about her death. Only I know that she was murdered. Only I can bring her killer to justice. But the clues that I follow—a haunting melody and an unnamed baby's grave—lead me to a series of disturbing suspects. For generations, The Devlins have been members of Charleston's elite. John Devlin once turned his back on the traditions and expectations that came with his birthright, but now he has seemingly accepted his rightful place. His family's secrets make him a questionable ally. When my investigation brings me to the gates of his family's palatial home, I have to wonder if he is about to become my mortal enemy.
📒The Future Of Violence Robots And Germs Hackers And Drones ✍ Benjamin Wittes
✏The Future of Violence Robots and Germs Hackers and Drones Book Summary : The terrifying new role of technology in a world at war
📒Giving Up Baby ✍ Laury Oaks
✏Giving Up Baby Book Summary : “Baby safe haven” laws, which allow a parent to relinquish a newborn baby legally and anonymously at a specified institutional location—such as a hospital or fire station—were established in every state between 1999 and 2009. Promoted during a time of heated public debate over policies on abortion, sex education, teen pregnancy, adoption, welfare, immigrant reproduction, and child abuse, safe haven laws were passed by the majority of states with little contest. These laws were thought to offer a solution to the consequences of unwanted pregnancies: mothers would no longer be burdened with children they could not care for, and newborn babies would no longer be abandoned in dumpsters. Yet while these laws are well meaning, they ignore the real problem: some women lack key social and economic supports that mothers need to raise children. Safe haven laws do little to help disadvantaged women. Instead, advocates of safe haven laws target teenagers, women of color, and poor women with safe haven information and see relinquishing custody of their newborns as an act of maternal love. Disadvantaged women are preemptively judged as “bad” mothers whose babies would be better off without them. Laury Oaks argues that the labeling of certain kinds of women as potential “bad” mothers who should consider anonymously giving up their newborns for adoption into a “loving” home should best be understood as an issue of reproductive justice. Safe haven discourses promote narrow images of who deserves to be a mother and reflect restrictive views on how we should treat women experiencing unwanted pregnancy.
📒This Business Of Living ✍ Cesare Pavese
✏This Business of Living Book Summary : On June 23rd, 1950, Pavese, Italy's greatest modern writer received the coveted Strega Award for his novel Among Women Only. On August 26th, in a small hotel in his home town of Turin, he took his own life. Shortly before his death, he methodically destroyed all his private papers. His diary is all that remains and for this the contemporary reader can be grateful. Contemporary speculation attributed this tragedy to either an unhappy love aff air with the American film star Constance Dawling or his growing disillusionment with the Italian Communist Party. His Diaries, however, reveal a man whose art was his only means of repressing the specter of suicide which had haunted him since childhood: an obsession that finally overwhelmed him. As John Taylor notes, he possessed something much more precious than a political theory: a natural sensitivity to the plight and dignity of common people, be they bums, priests, grape-pickers, gas station attendants, office workers, or anonymous girls picked up on the street (though to women, the author could--as he admitted--be as misogynous as he was affectionate). Bitter and incisive, This Business of Living, is both moving and painful to read and stands with James Joyce's Letters and Andre Gide's Journals as one of the great literary testaments of the twentieth century.