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Blood Count by Robert Goddard
Blood Count by Robert Goddard
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Admittedly, This is my first encounter with Robert Goddard. I just picked up this book by pure accident and soon I was engaged. I have now a pile of his previous novels on my reading list as I am certain they are all equally engaging and interesting. I won't add much to other good reviews already penned and endorse their take. Get this book and find yourself a quiet place and a drink near hand as you would soon find yourself unable to put it down even for a split of a second and a refreshment would be handy to keep you going.
The Sciences Good Study Guide by Andy Northedge
The Sciences Good Study Guide by Andy Northedge
If you are returning to academic study after a (long) break, this book is for you. It will ease the transition and prepare you for doing your studies successfully and cover basic maths and units of measurement and conversion.
The Shorter Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy by Edward Craig
No philosophy student or anyone interested in philosophy should be without this book. It is a valuable and concise source of information and your companion for yours to come. I have learnt more from this book than many other books combined. Don't be put off by the price as it certainly worth every penny you spent on it. Treat yourself with this one and you would be amazed by the sheer extensive research that was done to produce this gigantic and magnificent treasure. Highly engrossing, informative and remarkable.

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