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Believe It

Believe It

by Nick Foles
256 Pages · 2018 · 19 MB · 2,296 Downloads · New!
" You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take. ” ― Wayne Gretzky


by Willie Mays
337 Pages · 2020 · 127 MB · 1,376 Downloads · New!
24 is the baseball, biography and memoir book that contains the life story of an all-time favorite baseball player. Willie Mays and Josh Shae the author of this fabulous book. Josh is the baseball column writer whose passion begins and ends at baseball. Josh follows baseball inside and outside the country. He covered thousands of matches and he is always the first choice when it comes to making the best analysis. This book shares the inspiration, guide, and influence of one of the best players of baseball in the world. It is a reflective and entertaining memoir by Willie.
84, Charing Cross Road
by Helene Hanff
112 Pages · 1990 · 1 MB · 2,564 Downloads · New!
84, Charing Cross Road is the biography, literature, antique and bookseller book that contains the story of exchanging letters between the author and a bookstore owner. Helene Hanff is the author of this superb book. Helene born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She wrote many plays and television scripts in New York City. Helene becomes popular after this incredible book that first published in 1970. This book is updated many times for different purposes like television, radio, and film, etc. Helene wanted to become a writer from her early life and she proves her worth through her incredible writing.
Across Many Mountains
by Yangzom Brauen
336 Pages · 2012 · 1 MB · 4,411 Downloads · New!
Across Many Mountains is the biography book which shares the story of a small family who runs for their life a few decades ago. Yangzom Brauen is the author of this tremendous book. She is an actor, writer, and social activist. Yangzom performs on TV Channels and films. She earned her to respect both in German and American movies by playing the leading roles. A few decades ago her grandmother, mother, and aunty live in the Tibetan. They are living happily and they got all the facilities of the world there. One day, the Chinese army attacked Tibetan and they have no other option except to flee from the country.
by Henry Marsh
288 Pages · 2017 · 1 MB · 2,834 Downloads · New!
Admissions is an amazing biography, medical and memoir book which shares the challenges and experience of living a life as a neurosurgeon. Henry Marsh is the author of this delightful book. He has spent almost forty years of his life in this field and he does not have an ordinary life as compared to other doctors. Henry Marsh wanted to a doctor from his childhood but he never dreams of becoming a brain surgeon. He was good in studies and understanding the major concepts of the human body. These things give him an extra edge to fulfil his dream. He was very happy to get the admission in the university and after five years his professional life begins.
All Things Bright and Beautiful
by James Herriot
438 Pages · 1998 · 1 MB · 4,640 Downloads · New!
All Things Bright and Beautiful is the short essays, memoir, and biology of animal’s book which describes the story of a veterinary. James Herriot is the author of this magnificent book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times. James is a wonderful veterinary who works really hard in his career. He never disappoints anyone with his professional skills. James loves his job and animals, he never becomes rude and tired by taking care of them. Few years, after he appointed on a job in Yorkshire, James get married. He married the beautiful lady who is innocent like him. She often helps him when people come in their home and it’s the best thing that James except his wide.
Atomic Spy
by Nancy Thorndike Greenspan
413 Pages · 2020 · 35 MB · 2,046 Downloads · New!
Atomic Spy is the biography and scientist book that covers the story of a German-born British scientist who steals the top-secret information from Americans and handover to the Soviets. Nancy Thorndike Greenspan is the author of this tremendous book. Klaus Fuchs is born and raised in Germany. He grows up by hating Hitler and Nazi. Klaus joined the Communists to resist the Nazis. He flees to the British and stayed in a concentration camp for many months. Later on, Klaus gets the opportunity to get his goals by working as a scientist. He entered himself into America after getting the British nationality. Klaus knows what he is going to do next but first, he needs to build his reputation.