It's the year 1969. I was serving in the U.S. Army with my brothers of First Platoon Company A 3rd Battalion/1st Infantry Regiment 11th Brigade Americal (23rd Infantry) Division.
Different Russians are talked about here. These are all real people that have nothing to do with Putin's crimes, plans, thoughts, or feelings (if such exist).
If every day of your life you wake up already engulfed in a roaring flood of urgent but completely confused and unrelated information hitting you non-stop, all at once, all the time, then the crushing cascade of events in a family crisis or any other calamity shouldn't be overwhelming. If only.
Captivating stories that highlight the struggles,bravery, and achievements, of women in a non-traditional world.
Read every raw detail, feel everything she felt, see it from her eyes. This book is sure to touch your heart
Told with concise vernacularity and searing Northern humour, his tale recounts: his engineering apprenticeship; years spent making a living out of busking; running a DIY back room record label; playing in numerous dead-end 3-piece bands; restoring old vehicles and travelling to America.
When as a young man Pat Conrad gave up a good job and left the United States in search of greener pastures in Australia, he didn't know what he would find. In this "R-rated Christian memoir," Pat shares how his bad choices along the way, and his desire to fill a hole in his heart, led to a major change in his life.
The memoir introduces the reader to a host of eclectic, if not downright insane family characters.
The stinging reality of the effects of the Holocaust on the second generation is illustrated as Naomi Litvin attempts reorientation to the world at large
Looking for America is a great introduction to the USA for those who like their history pithy, witty and never knowingly post-truth.
Five relatives narrate their harrowing World War II experiences in this family chronicle. A soaring testament to the strength and adaptability of people.
Artie Kane recounts his life in Hollywood and New York with eight marriages and a career spanning over eight decades.
Throughout my life, I shared my heart and soul with my younger sister; Ellen. From the day she took her first breath, we were kindred spirits.
Her fears and relationships lead to an uplifting and humorous journey while maturing into a teenager.
Happiness 365 and ¼ Days– a book that shares valuable insights that you can replicate to achieve your own kind of happiness.
Warsuma shares stories of everyone she's met—from Michael Jackson and Elizabeth Taylor to Truman Capote and Karl Lagerfeld. Each one had a unique spirit.