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As with all music created by Deuter, it is magnificent; whether it is gentle and melodious or more energetic, it reaches out to touch the soul, to heal, to bring peace, comfort and tranquillity to the listener.

‘Hands of Love’ can be likened to silk on the skin, a deeply sensuous feel which engages as soon as it is felt, as does this serenely enchanting, reflective work.

There is the conflict that by being spiritual you are already endowed with richness, but the other side is that this richness will not pay the bills. Perhaps materialism will in some way conflict with spirituality.

In this book, Yildiz Sethi undertakes to deal with the topic of Richness combined with Spirituality, a subject area which has, over time, become one filled with both confusion and conflict from a fresh, new perspective.

It has always been said the at there is more to the traditional fairy tale than just the story about good and evil, but when Neil Gaiman gets hold of it, there is definitely more to it than ever before.

In his darkly creative manner, he turns the tale of Hanzel and Gretel inside out and upside down to present the story in a manner that will appeal, horrify and fascinate the modern, and not so modern, reader.

Cannabis, the weed that can do you no harm! The happy plant that brings you bliss, release from the daily grind and is not addictive at all! It can’t do you any long term harm, can it?

In this very comprehensive look at this little dose of Mother Nature’s cure-all product the experts, and they are that, people who have worked in, and done the research, have delivered  this one-stop-shop all about Cannabis, the effects, the long term destruction and the recovery for long term users of the plant.

This little book is jammed packed full of information on the subject of love; but not about love as you would expect, that heart fluttering, gooey kind of love, but the mathematics of love and how we, as the people who fall in and out of love do so via mathematics.

In this long awaited equal to The Meaning of Smekday we again meet up with Gratuity and her alien off-sider J. Lo as they set out to once again right some wrongs as only they can do but in the meantime and before we get to that bit:..........

Tom is a journalist whohas a great interest in travel writing. This is his story of visiting the Maldives once the tourist ban was lifted in 2009, allowing visitors to the Islands to see life outside of the glamorous tourist based Resorts: the real Maldives.

Originally released in 2007 this latest reprint coincides the Dreamworld Production titled ‘Home’, an adaptation of what has turned out to be a ‘cult following ‘of Gratuity and her best friend J.Lo, Boov alien extraordinaire, an unlikely combination

The story revolves around eight years old Gratuity getting a really bad mark for her English essay about her experiences during a recent alien invasion and the fact that Christmas has now been renamed Smekday.

This is the second Cartboy book in what hopefully will become a substantial series. Hal is Cartboy, so named because his family couldn't afford an expensive backpack for school and so bought him a “Granny Cart”, hence the name given to him by school bullies. This also begins to explain the nature of the way the book begins.

This is a very well researched book with many references and footnotes.. It is written clearly and rationally which makes it easily accessible for most people to read and understand. Many other scientists have been involved in sharing their research to clarify points, and others to read and comment on chapters to retain the integrity of the issues.

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