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WE ARE BACK AFTER NEW FUNDING WITH SEASON 3 FACT:-PB living is the only GLOBAL & DAILY book review podcast. TRUTH:-Everyday a new book is read for you. A review is made and you listen to it and gain the information from it, like you read the book yourself. A little bit off talk is in the mix to provide context . Regards Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pbliving/support
 
Reviews and author interviews on books featuring women in aviation. Looking for inspiring stories about powerful and adventurous women? Check out the Aviatrix Book Review website www.aviatrixbookreview.com to find hundreds of books featuring women in aviation and space, about all types of flying, in all genres, for all ages.
 
"Not every book is for every child, but for every child there is a book." The Children’s Book Review, is a resource devoted to children’s literature and literacy. In the Growing Readers Podcast, we produce author and illustrator interviews focused on the best books for kids of all ages. We help parents, grandparents, caregivers, teachers, and librarians to grow readers. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thechildrensbookreview/support
 
Join long time fan and voracious reader Keith as he roams through the world of professional wrestling books. The show features short, simple and 98% spoiler free looks at new and classic books about the world of pro-wrestling. Thanks for listening. Follow on Twitter @wrestlebookrevu or visit the blog at wrestlebookreview.blogspot.com. Ratings and subs are much appreciated.
 
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Book Review Worm

Sadarsh Janin Kurup

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This series is about popular book series and individual books. (Can contain about authors) LATEST: HARRY POTTER Book Review Worm site ( For more fun!) : https://sites.google.com/view/bookreviewworm My youtube channel :https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcOMdgTWEff-iFtO0HPFAtg My channel's site: https://sites.google.com/view/sadarshsays Fun point : https://sadarshsaysfunpoint.blogspot.com/ Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/36fKe3eE4I28Cjv3VEHDKE Listen on Radiopublic: https://rad ...
 
Like romance novels? Want to find your next great read? Or maybe you just want to hear one person's opinion on if they liked the book or not? Join Heidi. Heidi doesn't hold back. Heidi expects romance novel's to be great books and she expects authors to create compelling characters. Come hear her thoughts and breakdown of what she's reading.Each book will get an overview of the plot and it's steaminess level, and some books she will also have a spoiler section - easily marked with music so i ...
 
The Drunken Book Review Podcast is an irreverent review of literature by Justin Hall and Caleb Michael Sarvis. First and foremost, this podcast is a candid, though drunken, discussion of modern (and mostly popular) literature. We are offensive, unfiltered, and while we try our best to stay focused, we will get distracted, yell over one another, and perhaps disappear at times to settle disagreements with hand-to-hand combat. It’s the Hemingway in us.
 
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As the glittering skyline in Shanghai seemingly attests, China has quickly transformed itself from a place of stark poverty into a modern, urban, technologically savvy economic powerhouse. But as Scott Rozelle and Natalie Hell show in Invisible China, the truth is much more complicated and might be a serious cause for concern. China’s growth has re…
 
Luke and Juliane discuss language, the Sapir–Whorf hypothesis, and Babel-17 by Samuel R Delaney. Buy this book at , or discuss this book at Goodreads.com Luke blogs at: https://www.lukeburrage.com/blog Follow Luke on twitter: https://twitter.com/lukeburrage Luke writes his own novels, like “Minding Tomorrow”, “Combat”, “Get that rat off my face!” a…
 
Sarah speaks with Nicole Fanning about the first two books in her mafia romance Heart of the Inferno series, Catalyst and Ignite: "When Natalie Tyler arrives in Chicago to attend her cousin's wedding, she is just hoping to survive the week with her estranged family... And her ex-fiancé. One week. One uneventful week at the beautiful Hotel Jefferson…
 
The writer and editor Robert Gottlieb does double duty on this week’s podcast. He talks about the life and career of Sinclair Lewis, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of “Babbitt,” Lewis’s best-selling novel about the narrow-mindedness and conformity of middle-class America in the first half of the 20th century. But first, he talks about his…
 
The highly anticipated memoir from Gucci Mane, “one of hip-hop’s most prolific and admired artists” (The New York Times).For the first time Gucci Mane tells his story in his own words. It is the captivating life of an artist who forged an unlikely path to stardom and personal rebirth. Gucci Mane began writing his memoir in a maximum-security federa…
 
The extraordinary efforts that took mankind to the moon 50 years ago were more than a scientific feat of aeronautics. They required new forms of collaboration between the public sector (notably, NASA) and private companies. This book asks: what if the same level of boldness - the boldness that set inspirational goals, took risks and explicitly reco…
 
On the surface a traditional "Bildungsroman" describing the narrator’s journey of self-discovery, this huge and complex book is also a panoramic and richly comic portrait of France in the author’s lifetime, and a profound meditation on the nature of art, love, time, memory and death. But for most readers it is the characters of the novel who loom t…
 
This magisterial history—sure to become the definitive work on the subject—recasts the Enlightenment as a period not solely consumed with rationale and reason, but rather as a pursuit of practical means to achieve greater human happiness. One of the formative periods of European and world history, the Enlightenment is the fountainhead of modern sec…
 
From the best-selling author of Never Let Me Go and The Remains of the Day, a stunning new novel—his first since winning the Nobel Prize in Literature—about the wondrous, mysterious nature of the human heart. From her place in the store, Klara, an Artificial Friend with outstanding observational qualities, watches carefully the behavior of those wh…
 
In 1976, Tomás Oriilla is a medical student in Buenos Aires, where he's moved in hopes of reuniting with Isabel, a childhood crush. But the reckless passion that has always drawn him is leading Isabel ever deeper into the ranks of young insurgents fighting an increasingly oppressive regime. As its thuggish milicos begin to disappear more and more p…
 
Sarah speaks with returning author Debbie Burke about the most recent books in her Tawny Lindholm thriller series: "Investigator Tawny Lindholm’s plans for a romantic Florida vacation with attorney Tillman Rosenbaum vanish when they’re caught up in Hurricane Irma. Tillman’s beloved coach, Smoky, disappears into the storm, along with a priceless bas…
 
With the help of science, could humans find a way to become old without getting elderly, a phenomenon otherwise known as "biological immortality"? In Ageless, Andrew Steele, research fellow at Britain's new and largest biomedical laboratory, the Francis Crick Institute, shows us that the answer lies at the cellular level. He takes us on a journey t…
 
A rich and fascinating exploration of the Volga River and its vital place in Russian history—named a Best Book of 2021 by the Financial Times “A memorable journey into the heart of Russian social, political, and cultural history.”—Jennifer Eremeeva, Moscow Times “'Without the Volga, there would be no Russia.' The final words of Janet Hartley's book…
 
Luke talks to Juliane about a book that has all the best aspects, and the worst aspects, of a debut novel: Machinehood by S B Divya. Buy this book at , or discuss this book at Goodreads.com Luke blogs at: https://www.lukeburrage.com/blog Follow Luke on twitter: https://twitter.com/lukeburrage Luke writes his own novels, like “Minding Tomorrow”, “Co…
 
From The New York Times cybersecurity reporter Nicole Perlroth, the untold story of the cyberweapons market-the most secretive, invisible, government-backed market on earth-and a terrifying first look at a new kind of global warfare. Zero day: a software bug that allows a hacker to break into your devices and move around undetected. One of the most…
 
I was excited to see a new Meade book how ever is not my favorite. I liked his older works better. It still is a good book, but now as exciting --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pbliving/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pbliving/support
 
Throughout the year, we hear from many of you, and are always glad when we do. From time to time, we try to answer some of your questions on the podcast. This week, for the second time, we dedicate an entire episode to doing just that. Some of the many questions addressed this week: Who are literature’s one-hit wonders? What are some of our favorit…
 
What does the birth of babies whose embryos had gone through genome editing mean--for science and for all of us? In November 2018, the world was shocked to learn that two babies had been born in China with DNA edited while they were embryos--as dramatic a development in genetics as the cloning of Dolly the sheep was in 1996. In this book, Hank Gree…
 
The complete story of snow, this is the first book to fully examine snow as a historical, cultural, and scientific phenomenon. From "Winter Wonderland" to "Snowmageddon," we've had a long, love-hate relationship with snow. This entertaining look at snow in all its delightful and fearsome manifestations delves into science, history, economics, and p…
 
Thanks to listener Simeon Beresford for identifying it, Luke and Juliane finally read and review the 1960’s first contact novel featuring blanket aliens: All Judgment Fled by James White. Buy this book at , or discuss this book at Goodreads.com Luke blogs at: https://www.lukeburrage.com/blog Follow Luke on twitter: https://twitter.com/lukeburrage L…
 
Sarah speaks with Kevin Moore about his debut novel, The Book of Souls, the first book in a new series: "Jack Kelly remembers everything about his wife and children. The wonderful smell of his wife's hair, the way she whispers to him at night. His three children running through the house, the sound of their laughter. That was his life before the ac…
 
Sarah speaks with D.A. Mucci about his debut fantasy novel, the first in a series, Ignatius and the Swords of Nostaw: The towering stone Castle Maol, the unrivaled seat of power in the Kingdom of Skye, sat inland almost bereft of life. Once known for its inspirational beauty, Skye’s forests and meadows were more barren than green now, enveloped by …
 
Juliane made it 80 percent into the ebook, then quit. Luke made it 50 percent into the audiobook, then asked Audible for a refund. Why didn’t they care enough to finish Phoenix Extravagant by Yoon Ha Lee? Buy this book at , or discuss this book at Goodreads.com Luke blogs at: https://www.lukeburrage.com/blog Follow Luke on twitter: https://twitter.…
 
In this Writers’ Room interview with Julie Tizard, author of THE ROAD TO WINGS and two other lesbian romance novels, she talks about her writing journey, the incredible support she receives from her publishing company, Bold Strokes, and the ways in which she actively seeks inspiration for her creativity.…
 
In this interview with retired Air Force Colonel and airline pilot, Julie Tizard, we talk about her flying careers and her book, THE ROAD TO WINGS, a lesbian romance novel set in Air Force Flight Training in the early 1990s. This book is the Aviatrix Book Club discussion book for December 2021. It incorporates the intensity of military flight train…
 
David Sedaris’s second volume of diaries, “A Carnival of Snackery,” covers the years 2003 to 2020. On this week's podcast, he talks about the diaries, and about being on the road again — we caught him in Montana, a stop on his sprawling reading and signing tour. “I’ve been surprised by what people are willing to — ‘You want us to show proof of vacc…
 
How to Win Friends and Influence People is a self-help book written by Dale Carnegie, published in 1936. Over 30 million copies have been sold worldwide, making it one of the best-selling books of all time.Writer: Dale CarnegiePublication: Simon & SchusterLanguage: EnglishPages: 278Book Available on: Amazon.in & Flipcart.comBook Review by Akash Rah…
 
Sarah speaks with Marco Carocari about his debut novel, Blackout: "Strait-laced forty-something Franco definitely picked the wrong night to get freaky. A hook-up with a hot guy on his Manhattan rooftop, and a joint he’s unaware is laced, leaves him dazed. And—if memory serves him—the sole witness to a murder across the street. Except, the cops can’…
 
‘The beauty of diversity is that innovation often comes about by serendipity. One day in 1904, at the World Fair in St Louis, the ice cream vendor ran out of cups. Ernest Hami, a Syrian waffle vendor in the booth next door, rolled up some waffles to make cones – and the rest is history.’ Filled with data, anecdotes and optimism, Them and Us is an e…
 
Luke didn’t finish Hellspark by Janet Kagen. Why not? He tells Juliane why not. Buy this book at , or discuss this book at Goodreads.com Luke blogs at: https://www.lukeburrage.com/blog Follow Luke on twitter: https://twitter.com/lukeburrage Luke writes his own novels, like “Minding Tomorrow”, “Combat”, “Get that rat off my face!” and “The Monster S…
 
Franny Stone has always been the kind of woman who is able to love but unable to stay. Leaving behind everything but her research gear, she arrives in Greenland with a singular purpose: to follow the last Arctic terns in the world on what might be their final migration to Antarctica. Franny talks her way onto a fishing boat, and she and the crew se…
 
Luke talks to Juliane about a novel so intriguing he listened to the audiobook twice, The Einstein Intersection by Samuel R Delany, and also a relevant segment on Get Back, the documentary about The Beatles. Buy this book at , or discuss this book at Goodreads.com Luke blogs at: https://www.lukeburrage.com/blog Follow Luke on twitter: https://twitt…
 
Karachi. The capital of Pakistan is a sprawling mega-city of 20 million people. It is a place of political turbulence in which those who have power wield it with brutal and partisan force, a place in which it pays to have friends in the right places and to avoid making deadly enemies. It is a society where lavish wealth and absolute poverty live si…
 
Sarah speaks with Lori McMullen about her historical fiction novel, Among the Beautiful Beasts: "Set in the early 1900s, Among the Beautiful Beasts is the untold story of the early life of Marjory Stoneman Douglas, known in her later years as a tireless activist for the Florida Everglades. After a childhood spent in New England estranged from her f…
 
In 2007, Debby Applegate won a Pulitzer Prize for “The Most Famous Man in America,” her biography of the 19th-century preacher and abolitionist Henry Ward Beecher. Applegate’s new book, “Madam,” is another biography, of a very different subject: Polly Adler, who ran a brothel and had many famous friends during the Jazz Age in New York City. On this…
 
THE PERFECT CHRISTMAS PRESENT! A BOOK TO BRIGHTEN YOUR DAY – A GIFT OF HOPE, COMFORT, POSITIVITY, OPENNESS AND LOVE FOR ANY OCCASION – INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND DUO Transport for London employees and dynamic masked duo, All on the Board (aka Jeremy and Ian), made it their mission to bring smiles to the faces of London commuters thro…
 
In this interview with author Kristin L. Gray, she talks about her middle-grade novel THE AMELIA SIX: AN AMELIA EARHART MYSTERY. Set in Amelia Earhart’s childhood home, this is a fun read for ages 8-12 that incorporates quirky characters, fun facts about Amelia, and the rich history of the Ninety-Nines. It’s also a great book for promoting STEM wit…
 
The modern world is built on commodities - from the oil that fuels our cars to the metals that power our smartphones. We rarely stop to consider where they come from. But we should. In The World for Sale, two leading journalists lift the lid on one of the least scrutinised corners of the economy: the workings of the billionaire commodity traders wh…
 
'A deeply human read, wonderfully written, on the foibles of a fascinating, flawed, treacherous and sort of likeable character.' Philippe Sands Those people who were betrayed were not innocent people. They were no better nor worse than I am. It's all part of the intelligence world. If the man who turned me in came to my house today, I'd invite him …
 
Juliane reviews The Lost Steersman, the third novel in the Steerswoman series by Rosmary Kirstein… plus Hawkeye complaining. Buy this book at , or discuss this book at Goodreads.com Luke blogs at: https://www.lukeburrage.com/blog Follow Luke on twitter: https://twitter.com/lukeburrage Luke writes his own novels, like “Minding Tomorrow”, “Combat”, “…
 
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