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684 days ago

This book took me to a place I never thought exsisted.

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711 days ago

And you thought the New Testament was screwy! Here's a book of total bullshit; how to turn loser geeks living in mommy's basement into sith lords or something. I'm sure you can think of a lot better ways to spend $25.

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711 days ago

The most complete and powerful of all the classic grimoires I have worked with! JOHN GOWER III ( orders = ewazian.com + Lulu.com
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We never recommend anyone contact demons for any reason, but if you are studying all types of magick this book is one for your shelf. An oversized paperback that offers a smattering of rituals and spells on the Dark Side of Spiritual Knowledge. Our thanks to the author for the warnings on it's use at the beginning of the book. He means them! Review of Grimoire of Ewaz© by Robert Morga, VOICES FROM SPIRIT MAGAZINE

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A very rare text of" channeled" magick from the Dark Side. A Master Sorcerer has channeled this powerful and unique. Text of magick from an entity called" Ewaz". A demon from the other side. This book shows you rare Talismans, never seen before! Learn powerful rituals for binding a lover; money drawing; demonic pact; all never seen before! A very strange and unusual grimoire, with the feel of a text from the time of Dragons& Wizards. Review of Grimoire of Ewaz © by Robert Morga, INTERNATIONAL GUILD OF SORCERY.
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Said book [email protected] Lulu.com and on Amazon, in paperback and hardcover. In it's 6th edition!

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739 days ago

Thomas Paine has written the original, "Common Sense" pamphlet back in the day. Now a so called, "John Smith," has written an ebook that he calls, "Common Sense 2.0 - Reviving America."

I have read both of these common sense books. Let me just say out right, the Common Sense 2.0 is nothing like the original Common Sense book. In my opinion, that is a good thing. The author of Common Sense 2.0 used very simple language that anyone could understand, which was something else that I liked when I read this. Another thing that I liked was his views in his ebook. They truly were things that can help America if we all work together.

Now for things that I don't like. I wish that in Common Sense 2.0, John Smith had written more. I like is writing a lot and was a little disappointed to find that it was a little short. That was basically the only thing I didn't really like, but it didn't matter too much because the ideas there was really the gold mind.

For only $1.29, it is worth the read.

I found this ebook on the official website http://www.commonsense20.com

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1211 days ago

Best book ever written about OpenX open source ad server.

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1434 days ago

I bought this book several years ago. It cost sixty-five bucks. It wasn't worth sixty-five cents. It was written by John Kenneth Muir. Muir criticised everything and anything about Doctor Who in this book. Now it is John Kenneth Muir's turn to get criticised.
When Tegan decided to stop traveling with the Doctor, she ran out of the building. She then walked back inside of the building to say goodbye. Muir even criticised that. That was stupid.
His book lists every episode of Doctor Who and lists the dates that they were originally aired. But his criticisms get irritating. This was not a good book. If I had it to do over again, I wouldn't have bought this damn book. I give it a 2 star rating.

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1667 days ago

It would be easy to just claim this as another triumph for the Swedish master of harnessing the subconscious, who, through her ADHD/asperger-ish way of writing, always gets what she want. I guess she'd say something completely different, if she'd have her say. I'd say this is a simple tale of Malmsten's - or her alter ego's - leaving Finistère, the French village where she has lived for the past seven years. Simple, however, does not mean that this book isn't complex.

Chronicling and nit-picking her way through incidents, anecdotes and people while counting the months, weeks and days up till her moving away from Finistère, and writing about her strenuous, hilarious and interesting battle with a mysterious figure called Madame C on who can write the best erotic novel, Malmsten manages to bring forth a tome of tears, longing for what was once there, is now and of what must be, in the future.

This is a moving collection of words, proving the author's genius, that alone mustn't mean lonely and that you shouldn't ask her any questions.

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2149 days ago

One of the few book in English Lit that I can honestly say I enjoyed all the way through!!! I hated reading at school but this one I loved!!! A well-written book that keeps you mind rolling!!! 5 stars without a doubt!

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2149 days ago

A simple story, heavily borrowed from other sources, simply told.

For some reason the book has a following of fans that credit it with life changing insight.

Balls.

Its a simple story, simply told.

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2149 days ago

A well written childrens story, that is the "prequel" to the much better "Lord of the Rings." Not great art, but worth reading.

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