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📒The Fall Of Heaven ✍ Andrew Scott Cooper
✏The Fall of Heaven Book Summary : An immersive, gripping account of the rise and fall of Iran's glamorous Pahlavi dynasty, written with the cooperation of the late Shah's widow, Empress Farah, Iranian revolutionaries and US officials from the Carter administration In this remarkably human portrait of one of the twentieth century's most complicated personalities, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, Andrew Scott Cooper traces the Shah's life from childhood through his ascension to the throne in 1941. He draws the turbulence of the post-war era during which the Shah survived assassination attempts and coup plots to build a modern, pro-Western state and launch Iran onto the world stage as one of the world's top five powers. Readers get the story of the Shah's political career alongside the story of his courtship and marriage to Farah Diba, who became a power in her own right, the beloved family they created, and an exclusive look at life inside the palace during the Iranian Revolution. Cooper's investigative account ultimately delivers the fall of the Pahlavi dynasty through the eyes of those who were there: leading Iranian revolutionaries; President Jimmy Carter and White House officials; US Ambassador William Sullivan and his staff in the American embassy in Tehran; American families caught up in the drama; even Empress Farah herself, and the rest of the Iranian Imperial family. Intimate and sweeping at once, The Fall of Heaven recreates in stunning detail the dramatic and final days of one of the world's most legendary ruling families, the unseating of which helped set the stage for the current state of the Middle East.
📒The Fall Of Heaven ✍ Walter Mosley
✏The Fall of Heaven Book Summary : "Based on the novel 'The tempest tales' by Walter Mosley"--P. .
📒Breaking Into Heaven ✍ Mick Middles
✏Breaking Into Heaven Book Summary : In 1989 The Stone Roses exploded onto the music scene at the forefront of a new wave of music from Manchester. Their music - an exhilarating mixture of Sixties pop, rock and dance made them the UKs most talked about group, while their first album THE STONE ROSES, is now revered as one of the finest debuts of all time. Then, with the world at their feet, and a multi-million dollar record contract signed, they split up. Breaking Into Heaven is the most complete account of The Stone Roses' story ever published. It includes interviews with some of those closest to the band, including their ex-manager Gareth Evans. It also features the full story behind the delayed release of their album SECOND COMING and a full run-down of post Roses activities and a complete discography, including solo releases.
📒A Dictionary Of The English Language ✍ Samuel Johnson
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📒Fall Of Heaven ✍ Reinhold Messner
✏Fall of Heaven Book Summary : A classic event in mountaineering history, dramatically retold by a classic mountaineer • Ascending the Matterhorn was the 19th century equivalent of standing on Mars • A great historical story of tension and drama • Author is uniquely qualified to delve into Whymper’s complicated personality As Fall of Heaven begins, we join professional mountain guide Jean-Antoine Carrel as he tries and fails, again and again, to summit the Matterhorn—one of the most famous and iconic peaks in the Alps. Is it the “Devil’s mountain,” as the locals call it? Should he heed the village priest who warned that its summit was not meant to be climbed? Carrel is undeterred, he just needs capable climbers to join him. Enter Edward Whymper, who in 1861 at the age of 21 decided—unbeknownst to Carrel—that he would be the first to climb the Matterhorn. So the storyline is set, except that where Carrel is captivating, Whymper is utterly unsympathetic as an adventurer. He is mean and disdainful of guides, describing them as little more than porters who eat and drink too much. Despite this attitude, Whymper’s quest leads him inexorably into partnership with Carrel. The story follows their many attempts to find a route to the top of the Matterhorn, but then fate pulls them apart just as Whymper finds the line. His successful summit on July 14, 1865, in which Carrel did not take part, shocked the Victorian world with both awe and revulsion as four members of Whymper’s party died in frightening falls. Famed climber and author Reinhold Messner acknowledges that Whymper was the first man to summit the Matterhorn, the last of the great Alpine peaks to be climbed and representing the beginning of an age of alpinism based on difficulty rather than conquest. But rather than leaving a hero’s legacy, Whymper is revealed as the Captain Ahab of alpinism, a team leader who accepted no responsibility for the deaths of his teammates. Fall of Heaven is an exciting tale and an examination of the different types of men who were caught up in the adventuring spirit of the Victorian age, and the ironic fates that can follow success or failure.
📒Permafrost ✍ Frederick J. Sanger
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📒The Great Case Of Tithes ✍ Anthony Pearson
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📒Heave Up ✍ Gyeorgos C. Hatonn
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