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We Re Everywhere Us

Author : Sachin Nakrani
ISBN : 9781785311017
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A diary of Liverpool Football Club's 2014/15 season, with a difference. The book may kick off with a chapter on the season opener and end with the last game; but this diary isn't written by a single author. Nor does it focus heavily on the actual football. Instead, We're Everywhere, Us is a collaboration - a compilation of pieces offering a different personal take on what it means to support Liverpool. Friendship. Family. Travel. Tragedy. Work. Each piece is a long, rich read, completely unique and distinct from those that precede and follow it. Some of the finest writers on Liverpool FC are involved, including Simon Hughes, Kevin Sampson, Melissa Reddy, Paul Tomkins, Mike Nevin and Steve Kelly. There are also contributions from Liverpool supporters living abroad, which gives We're Everywhere, Us a truly international feel - while opposition fans add yet another perspective on Liverpool FC's season, our captivating city and proud history.

Make Us Dream

Author : Neil Atkinson
ISBN : 1909245216
Genre : Soccer teams
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Liverpool's 2013/14 campaign was no ordinary football season. It was the season when everything changed. A year of hope, fantasy, adventure; where joyous reclamation met crushing disappointment and won. A season defined by many individuals, moments, goals and memories. A time when the brand of heroic and daring football - and footballers - that seemed consigned to the sepia toned era of the game's past returned. It was a season when millions of Liverpool supporters dared to dream again.

66 The World Cup In Real Time

Author : Ian Passingham
ISBN : 1785311212
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Homespace

Author : Darren Palmer
ISBN : 1743367368
Genre : Architecture
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Everybody’s home is different and unique, adapted to suit the needs of its occupants. In this innovative and inspiring book, Darren Palmer addresses the everyday home owner by showcasing a wide selection of his family home projects, showing the ways in which different families have tailored various interior design elements -- storage, lighting, furniture, materials, larger and smaller spaces -- to reflect their daily lives. Whether you’re a single parent with one child, a married couple with kids, an older working couple with grown children and grandchildren, or a middle-aged couple with no kids and no pets– HomeSpace acknowledges that everybody’s lives have different demands, and this is reflected most significantly through the spaces that we live in. Every family group will have a different set of needs and challenges; the associated constraints, requirements and solutions resulting in specially tailored spaces that are as individual as the people living within them. Home Space is an engaging and informative book that is full of stunning, inspirational photography, practical solutions and information. Discover how five different methods of making the bed can completely change your room, get inspired with a range of vibrant bedrooms for younger members of the family, read how one room is given four brand new looks through different soft furnishings, artwork and décor items, and find out how to choose the perfect rug to compliment your space. HomeSpace is the answer to all of your questions when it comes to current and future home design challenges.

The Trouble With Islam

Author : Irshad Manji
ISBN : 1429906936
Genre : Religion
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"I have to be honest with you. Islam is on very thin ice with me....Through our screaming self-pity and our conspicuous silences, we Muslims are conspiring against ourselves. We're in crisis and we're dragging the rest of the world with us. If ever there was a moment for an Islamic reformation, it's now. For the love of God, what are we doing about it?" In blunt, provocative, and deeply personal terms, Irshad Manji unearths the troubling cornerstones of mainstream Islam today: tribal insularity, deep-seated anti-Semitism, and an uncritical acceptance of the Koran as the final, and therefore superior, manifesto of God. In this open letter to Muslims and non-Muslims alike, Manji asks arresting questions. "Who is the real colonizer of Muslims - America or Arabia? Why are we all being held hostage by what's happening between the Palestinians and the Israelis? Why are we squandering the talents of women, fully half of God's creation? What's our excuse for reading the Koran literally when it's so contradictory and ambiguous? Is that a heart attack you're having? Make it fast. Because if more of us don't speak out against the imperialists within Islam, these guys will walk away with the show." Manji offers a practical vision of how the United States and its allies can help Muslims undertake a reformation that empowers women, promotes respect for religious minorities, and fosters a competition of ideas. Her vision revives Islam's lost tradition of independent thinking. This book will inspire struggling Muslims worldwide to revisit the foundations of their faith. It will also compel non-Muslims to start posing the important questions without fear of being deemed "racists." In more ways than one, The Trouble with Islam is a clarion call for a fatwa-free future.

The Billionaire S Scandalous Marriage

Author : Emma Darcy
ISBN : 9781426801068
Genre : Fiction
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Damien Wynter was as handsome and arrogant as sin. Heiress Charlotte didn't need his dark, primitive sensuality in her life, until the man she'd planned to marry disappointed her, and Damien offered a challenge: let him wed her and get her pregnant! It was all about winning to Damien, but Charlotte wanted a baby, and if surrendering to him meant she could win, too…why not accept his scandalous offer?

1986

Author : Jeff Holmes
ISBN : 1785311662
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Glasgow Rangers began the year in the doldrums--and they stayed there for a good few months, struggling to make fifth spot in a 10-team league. That was until the dramatic events of Tuesday, 8 April 1986. From that day forward, the Glasgow Rangers changed forever; Graeme Souness saw to that. Fresh from Serie A--which at that time was almost certainly the toughest league in the world--Souness came home to Scotland to become Rangers' player/manager; he took the club by the scruff of the neck and didn't stop shaking until he'd made them the best team in Scotland--and by some distance. He reversed the trend of the best Scottish players heading south to ply their trade in England, and encouraged the English trio of Terry Butcher, Chris Woods, and Graham Roberts to head to Ibrox. It was the year Souness gave Rangers supporters back their swagger. With new insightful interviews with the key players, chief protagonists, and those who were at the heart of the turnaround, 1986: The Rangers Revolution tells the full story of what happened at Ibrox in 1986--quite a year to be a Ranger!

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