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C0nn3ct B4ck : The OJT by Gichuki Jon...

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Following the directive for on-the-job training (OJT), Richard and Anthony find themselves in Ethiopia, carrying out Operation Angel Wings. Meanwhile, the disappearance of Gebre, codename Chematstone, raises concerns for Brigadier Thuo, who urgently needs him located. With the presence of a potential traitor within their circle of trust, will Richard and Anthony successfully accomplish their mission's end-state?

Turning obstacles into stepping stone...

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Making stepping stones out of stumbling blocks is a secret towards achieving a successful future. In failure there's a seed of success. Put your past mistakes and use them to create your path to the ocean of success.


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Raila Odinga is the son of Kenya’s first vice president and opposition party giant Jaramogi Oginga Odinga, but that is increasingly becoming the least of the attributes that define him. Raila’s image in Kenya and internationally has ballooned over the decades and his unrivaled verve for political sanity has drawn him admiration and hate in equal measure. His unwavering identification with the masses and victims of political oppression and other neocolonial ills has conferred upon him unmatched loyalty and eternal relevance with each political cycle, cementing his perception as a true conundrum, both at home and abroad. Mr. Odinga’s dedication to the ideals of justice, fairness, equal representation, electoral integrity as well as accountable governance has earned him an immortal place in the hearts of his followers. Even his enemies confess to making political mileage by attempting to antagonize him. Never has it been so immaterial whether a president occupies the State House or remains un-sworn. Raila’s presence in Africa’s politics has provided substantial paternity, warmth, and legitimacy to a field otherwise orphaned and ravaged by political greed, intolerance, and insincerity, hence the title ‘Baba’ (translated ‘father’), and invariably, ‘The People’s President’. This book is an attempt to extract an outline of the almost non-duplicable qualities of a formidable captain of thousands from a montage of wannabe leaders and irredeemable greenhorns of our times. The author invites the reader to take a peek into the soul of a modern-day model leader—perhaps even a political saint.


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This is an inspirational book that is divided into three parts. Part one describes the author's roots while growing up leading to adulthood, captivating and breathtaking challenges faced in his family, schooling in primary (elementary) school all through university. Part two describes his family's transition from Kenya to the United States in pursuit of the American Dream, its ups and downs leading to a successful educational and professional career. Part three describes important lessons learned by the author (Dr. Geoffrey Ounda) in active medical practice and public health in Kenya and the United States including Europe and pragmatic solutions for improving healthcare systems globally and especially in developing countries.

You Got Anything Stronger by Gabriell...

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Remember when we hit it off so well that we decided We’re Going to Need More Wine? Well, this time you and I are going to turn to our friend the bartender and ask, You Got Anything Stronger? I promise to continue to make you laugh, but with this round, the stakes get higher as the conversation goes deeper. So. Where were we? Right, you and I left off in October 2017, when my first book came out. The weeks before were filled with dreams of loss. Pets dying. My husband leaving me. Babies not being born. My therapist told me it was my soul preparing for my true self to emerge after letting go of my grief. I had finally spoken openly about my fertility journey. I was having second thoughts—in fact, so many thoughts they were organizing to go on strike. But I knew I had to be honest because I didn’t want other women going through IVF to feel as alone as I did. I had suffered in isolation, having so many miscarriages that I could not give an exact number. Strangers shared their own journeys and heartbreak with me. I had led with the truth, and it opened the door to compassion. When I released We’re Going to Need More Wine, the response was so great people asked when I would do a sequel. The New York Times even ran a headline reading “We’re Going to Need More Gabrielle Union.” Frankly, after being so open and honest in my writing, I wasn’t sure there was more of me I was ready to share. But life happens with all its plot twists. And new stories demand to be told. This time, I need to be more vulnerable—not so much for me, but anyone who feels alone in what they’re going through. A lot has changed in four years—I became a mom and I’m raising two amazing girls. My husband retired. My career has expanded so that I have the opportunity to lift up other voices that need to be heard. But the world has also shown us that we have a lot we still have to fight for—as women, as black women, as mothers, as aging women, as human beings, as friends. In You Got Anything Stronger?, I show you how this ever-changing life presents challenges, even as it gives me moments of pure joy. I take you on a girl’s night at Chateau Marmont, and I also talk to Isis, my character from Bring It On. For the first time, I truly open up about my surrogacy journey and the birth of Kaavia James Union Wade. And I take on racist institutions and practices in the entertainment industry, asking for equality and real accountability. You Got Anything Stronger? is me at my most vulnerable. I have recently found true strength in that vulnerability, and I want to share that power with you here, through this book.


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All descriptions of techniques used to explore colour contrasts, imagery study and potrayal, are the artists own work.

Referee of a Dirty Ugly Game: In the ...

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Referee of a Dirty Ugly Game: In the Theatre of Kenyas Elections - An insiders Account by Ahmed Issack Hassan. Ahmed Issack Hassan’s memoirs, Referee of a Dirty, Ugly Game, the former chairman of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (2011-2016) tells of tense moments in Kenya’s first polls under new laws in 2013, including what appeared to be a cyberattack on the system relaying presidential election results, pressure from Raila Odinga’s camp and frantic phone calls from William Ruto — Uhuru Kenyatta’s running mate Voters around the country turned out in large numbers in the 2013 elections, with a record high of 86 per cent, which had never been witnessed before in Kenya. It was indeed a historic election. It was the first general election after the promulgation of the new Constitution (in 2010) and the first time we were having new elective positions. Kenyans were also optimistic after the commission introduced changes, particularly in technology, that things would be much better this time around.

Zen: The Art of simple living by Shun...

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Drawing on centuries of wisdom renowned Zen Buddhist priest Shunmyd Masuno applies the essence of Zen to modern life in clear practical easily adopted lessons one a day for days In this book you will learn ways to bring yourself true happiness and calm You will learn how to exhale deeply to eliminate negative emotions to arrange your house simply to clear your thinking to line up your shoes at night to bring order to your mind to plant a single flower and watch it grow to worry less about what you cannot control And so much more You will even make time to think about nothing at all.

The Sweetness of Water by Nathan Harr...

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Landry and Prentiss are two brothers born into slavery, finally freed as the American Civil War draws to its bitter close. Cast into the world without a penny to their names, their only hope is to find work in a society that still views them with nothing but intolerance. Farmer George Walker and his wife Isabelle are reeling from a loss that has shaken them to their core. After a chance encounter, they agree to employ the brothers on their land, and slowly the tentative bonds of trust begin to blossom between the strangers. But this sanctuary survives on a knife's edge, and it isn't long before a tragedy causes the inhabitants of the nearby town to turn their suspicion onto these new friendships, with devastating consequences.

Wolf of Congo: Prince of Kinshasa by ...

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Arnold has never stepped into a palatial mansion, being waited on hand and foot by maids and butlers of the Kufulula estate. The poor boy knows no etiquette rules and has never mingled with the upper class nor indulged in the privileges and frivolities of high society. All he knows is an impecunious livelihood with his mom - a curious woman sporadically vanishing from him for reasons he knows not. His house is a tiny structure in the inner city, and he has never blown a wish from his birthday cake. But all that changes when mysterious people arrive to take him away and introduce him to a different reality. Thanks to his grandfather, he later discovers his true identity. He also makes lasting friendships, is christened the Wolf of Congo, and travels to India, America, and back to the Democratic Republic of Congo, to manifest The African Dream. The reward of the Bapindi prophecy awaits him, to see if Arnold can accomplish his destiny as the Prince of Kinshasa and take over the throne as the rightful Bapindi king.

The Dawn of Everything: A New History...

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A dramatically new understanding of human history, challenging our most fundamental assumptions about social evolution—from the development of agriculture and cities to the origins of the state, democracy, and inequality—and revealing new possibilities for human emancipation. For generations, our remote ancestors have been cast as primitive and childlike—either free and equal innocents, or thuggish and warlike. Civilization, we are told, could be achieved only by sacrificing those original freedoms or, alternatively, by taming our baser instincts. David Graeber and David Wengrow show how such theories first emerged in the eighteenth century as a conservative reaction to powerful critiques of European society posed by Indigenous observers and intellectuals. Revisiting this encounter has startling implications for how we make sense of human history today, including the origins of farming, property, cities, democracy, slavery, and civilization itself. Drawing on pathbreaking research in archaeology and anthropology, the authors show how history becomes a far more interesting place once we learn to throw off our conceptual shackles and perceive what’s really there. If humans did not spend 95 percent of their evolutionary past in tiny bands of hunter-gatherers, what were they doing all that time? If agriculture, and cities, did not mean a plunge into hierarchy and domination, then what kinds of social and economic organization did they lead to? The answers are often unexpected, and suggest that the course of human history may be less set in stone, and more full of playful, hopeful possibilities, than we tend to assume. The Dawn of Everything fundamentally transforms our understanding of the human past and offers a path toward imagining new forms of freedom, new ways of organizing society. This is a monumental book of formidable intellectual range, animated by curiosity, moral vision, and a faith in the power of direct action.

The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen

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Pulitzer Prize, Fiction, 2016 A profound, startling, and beautifully crafted debut novel, The Sympathizer is the story of a man of two minds, someone whose political beliefs clash with his individual loyalties. It is April 1975, and Saigon is in chaos. At his villa, a general of the South Vietnamese army is drinking whiskey and, with the help of his trusted captain, drawing up a list of those who will be given passage aboard the last flights out of the country. The general and his compatriots start a new life in Los Angeles, unaware that one among their number, the captain, is secretly observing and reporting on the group to a higher-up in the Viet Cong. The Sympathizer is the story of this captain: a man brought up by an absent French father and a poor Vietnamese mother, a man who went to university in America, but returned to Vietnam to fight for the Communist cause. A gripping spy novel, an astute exploration of extreme politics, and a moving love story, The Sympathizer explores a life between two worlds and examines the legacy of the Vietnam War in literature, film, and the wars we fight today.

The 39 Steps by John Buchan

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Adventurer Richard Hannay, just returned from South Africa, is thoroughly bored with London life—until he is accosted by a mysterious American, who warns him of an assassination plot that could completely destabalise the fragile political balance of Europe. Initially sceptical, Hannay nonetheless harbours the man—but one day returns home to find him murdered... An obvious suspect, Hannay flees to his native Scotland, pursued by both the police and a cunning, ruthless enemy. His life and the security of Britain are in grave peril, and everything rests on the solution to a baffling enigma: what are the 'thirty nine steps?'

Crush It: Why NOW Is the Time to Cash...

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Do you have a hobby you wish you could indulge in all day? An obsession that keeps you up at night? Now is the perfect time to take that passion and make a living doing what you love. In Crush It! Why NOW Is the Time to Cash In on Your Passion, Gary Vaynerchuk shows you how to use the power of the Internet to turn your real interests into real businesses. Gary spent years building his family business from a local wine shop into a national industry leader. Then one day he turned on a video camera, and by using the secrets revealed here, transformed his entire life and earning potential by building his personal brand. By the end of this book, readers will have learned how to harness the power of the Internet to make their entrepreneurial dreams come true. Step by step, Crush It! is the ultimate driver’s manual for modern business.

Vagabonds by Eloghosa Osunde

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As in Nigeria, vagabonds are those whose existence is literally outlawed: the queer, the poor, the displaced, the footloose and rogue spirits. They are those who inhabit transient spaces, who make their paths and move invisibly, who embrace apparitions, old vengeances and alternative realities. Eloghosa Osunde's brave, fiercely inventive novel traces a wild array of characters for whom life itself is a form of resistance: a driver for a debauched politician with the power to command life and death; a legendary fashion designer who gives birth to a grown daughter; a lesbian couple whose tender relationship sheds unexpected light on their experience with underground sex work; a wife and mother who attends a secret spiritual gathering that shifts her world. As their lives intertwine—in bustling markets and underground clubs, churches and hotel rooms—vagabonds are seized and challenged by spirits who command the city's dark energy. Whether running from danger, meeting with secret lovers, finding their identities, or vanquishing their shadowselves, Osunde's characters confront and support one another, before converging for the once-in-a-lifetime gathering that gives the book its unexpectedly joyous conclusion. Blending unvarnished realism with myth and fantasy, Vagabonds! is a vital work of imagination that takes us deep inside the hearts, minds, and bodies of a people in duress—and in triumph.

Things We Never Got Over by Lucy Score

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Bearded, bad-boy barber Knox prefers to live his life the way he takes his coffee: Alone. Unless you count his basset hound, Waylon. Knox doesn’t tolerate drama, even when it comes in the form of a stranded runaway bride. Naomi wasn’t just running away from her wedding. She was riding to the rescue of her estranged twin to Knockemout, Virginia, a rough-around-the-edges town where disputes are settled the old-fashioned way…with fists and beer. Usually in that order. Too bad for Naomi her evil twin hasn’t changed at all. After helping herself to Naomi’s car and cash, Tina leaves her with something unexpected. The niece Naomi didn’t know she had. Now she’s stuck in town with no car, no job, no plan, and no home with an 11-year-old going on thirty to take care of. There’s a reason Knox doesn’t do complications or high-maintenance women, especially not the romantic ones. But since Naomi’s life imploded right in front of him, the least he can do is help her out of her jam. And just as soon as she stops getting into new trouble he can leave her alone and get back to his peaceful, solitary life. At least, that’s the plan until the trouble turns to real danger.

Has China Won The Chinese Challenge t...

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The defining geopolitical contest of the twenty-first century is between China and the US. But is it avoidable? And if it happens, is the outcome already inevitable? China and America are world powers without serious rivals. They eye each other warily across the Pacific; they communicate poorly; there seems little natural empathy. A massive geopolitical contest has begun. America prizes freedom; China values freedom from chaos. America values strategic decisiveness; China values patience. America is becoming society of lasting inequality; China a meritocracy. America has abandoned multilateralism; China welcomes it. Kishore Mahbubani, a diplomat and scholar with unrivalled access to policymakers in Beijing and Washington, has written the definitive guide to the deep fault lines in the relationship, a clear-eyed assessment of the risk of any confrontation, and a bracingly honest appraisal of the strengths and weaknesses, and superpower eccentricities, of the US and China.

White Men In Black Skin by G.K Njue

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For God so loved Black People that He gave them Paradise in Africa which they turned into Hell. African politics and governments are nothing but dynasties of organized, foreign supported and sustained metamorphic criminal gangs, masquerading as faceless cartels, parasiting on zombiecally complacent, helpless masses. Less than one percent of Africans illegally own and control the entire wealth of Africa, while more than ninety nine percent of black Africans live in deplorable squalor cannibalizing one another. This is all what happened and happening.

Secret to Love, Health and Money by R...

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In THE SECRET TO LOVE, HEALTH AND MONEY, Rhonda Byrne presents many inspiring examples of real-life cases from people who have used The Secret to achieve personal happiness, wellbeing and success. Subjects covered in Part I include the power of positive thoughts and feelings, gratitude in relationships, imagining the perfect partner, and the creative process for attracting new and better relationships.