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Lonely Planet Melbourne Encounter (Travel Guide) by Lonely Planet
It made me feel insprired by Melbourne and I cant wait to get there to try it out. Highly readable and very user friendly. I wish they had the equivalent for Sydney.
Lonely Planet Discover Australia (Travel Guide) by Lonely Planet
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
For me, this book is much too limited in its scope, leaving out important areas of Australia (ie the ones I am visiting). The lack of detail means that it is of no use to me and I will be leaving it at home. If you are going to carry a guide book, it might as well try to cover all of the bases? With this book in tow, you would need another in your bag to refer to when you actually needed some guiding.
Should I Stay or Should I Go?: A Guide to Sorting &hellip by Lundy Bancroft
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
After twenty one years of a difficult marriage, blaming myself for our problems, analysing what I had done wrong, rationalising his moods and problems, soothing his endlessly troubled brow, working things through in my head all of the time, looking for logical explanations for why I felt so bad, I read this book. And in it, I found my husband, described in jaw-droppingly accurate detail. This book opened my eyes to the sad reality of my marriage and my husband's insidious and covert manipulation of my self esteem. It has given me critical insight and strength and I feel empowered. Brilliantly and sensitively written, I found my situation described with such accuracy and empathy, it blew… Read more