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1. Title:An Anatomy of Addiction: Sigmund Freud, William Halsted, and the Miracle Drug Cocaine

Author: Howard Markel

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Publisher:Random House Inc

Language:English

Year:2011

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Bookdragon Sean Review: I didn’t want to write this review, I’ve been weighing it up for a few days, but this book is so far removed from the previous two books that a negative review is unavoidable. A Column of Fire is way too short and way too predictable, which is a sort of odd comment to make about a book over 750 pages long with a huge cast of characters. But let me explain.

Ken Follet is at his best when he writes massive historical yarns. He mixes the political and social issues of the age with the lives of some

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Celia Review: "You were talking in your sleep last night, Amelia."

"What nonsense, Emmerson! I never talk in my sleep. It is a sign of mental instability. What was I saying?"


Ah, love the banter.

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Awww - I love these books. Amelia's capture and rescue was quite thrilling, and I enjoyed her musings about the Master Criminal being like the pharoahs, a lion in a valley of goats. About to commence the carnage, one assumes. I am even enjoying Ramses now, who at first I found rather insufferable, but an insufferable

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Sarah Review: (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.)

“I couldn’t let you die.”




This was a YA fantasy story which picked up right where The Orphan Queen left off.

Wil was a strong leader in this and proved how determined she was to be queen. She did have some problems restraining her wraith friend though.

The storyline in this did lose me a bit and I felt quite bored. There was something that happened at the 43% mark which mad

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Anne Review: I was pretty disappointed in Paper Towns. I am a big fan of John Green but found this book plodding and boring. I hated the Margo character and thought that Q was a big whiner. His obsession with Margo, who he didn't really even know, was really annoying. I realize that this was one of the messages of the book, that we all assign traits and "personalities" to people we hardly know, but it was still hard to take, page after page.

I still love John Green and his blog, still consider myself a "nerd

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Xanthe Review: Enjoyed reading this book from Dominic Clark, my first from him.
Loved the steampunk aspect, find that really interesting and just looks cool :-)
Brad is a good character, strong and independent.Struggling with a scrappy job that's now let him down and in need of health insurance due to his heart condition.
Zack owns his own steampunk coffee shop and is an artist in the coffee world. Two of his favourite customers suggest a marriage of convenience to help Brad gain access to Zack's insurance. As c

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