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martedì 4 maggio 2021

The Authoritarian Moment: How the Left Weaponized America's Institutions Against Dissent by Ben Shapiro

 

 

 

“[The Right Side of History] is a book for people dying to grow up - a book for a culture that risks devouring itself if the people who comprise it refuse to grow up. It’s a book most suitable for our immature, confused, complex but exceptionally promising time. I hope the wisdom it contains aids many a troubled soul in finding and treading the straight and narrow path forward and uphill.” -- Jordan Peterson, author of 12 Rules for Life, on The Right Side of History

“It is easy to lose heart when we see tribalism and moral relativism washing across America. Ben Shapiro’s The Right Side of History is a ray of hope, showing a new generation of leaders how to defend the values that have made our country free and prosperous, and to do so with confidence and generosity.” -- Arthur Brooks, author of The Conservative Heart and Love Your Enemies, on The Right Side of History

“Ben Shapiro knows the power of his voice. He stands up and fights for what he believes with time-tested ideas. The Right Side of History is thoughtful and well-reasoned - exactly what Shapiro’s critics don’t want you to hear.”   -- Nikki Haley, former permanent representative of the U.S. Mission of the United Nations, on The Right Side of History

About the Author

Ben Shapiro is founding editor-in-chief and editor emeritus of The Daily Wire and host of "The Ben Shapiro Show," the top conservative podcast in the nation. A New York Times bestselling author, Shapiro is a graduate of Harvard Law School, and an Orthodox Jew. His work has been profiled in nearly every major American publication, and he has appeared as the featured speaker at many conservative events on campuses nationwide, several of those appearances targeted by progressive and “Antifa” activists.

lunedì 22 marzo 2021

The Memory Paperback by Judith Barrow

 

 

Mother and daughter tied together by shame and secrecy, love and hate.

I wait by the bed. I move into her line of vision and it’s as though we’re watching one another, my mother and me; two women – trapped.


Today has been a long time coming. Irene sits at her mother's side waiting for the right moment, for the point at which she will know she is doing the right thing by Rose.

Rose was Irene's little sister, an unwanted embarrassment to their mother Lilian but a treasure to Irene. Rose died thirty years ago, when she was eight, and nobody has talked about the circumstances of her death since. But Irene knows what she saw. Over the course of 24 hours their moving and tragic story is revealed – a story of love and duty, betrayal and loss – as Irene rediscovers the past and finds hope for the future.

"...A book that is both powerful and moving, exquisitely penetrating. I am drawn in, empathising so intensely with Irene that I feel every twinge of her frustration, resentment, utter weariness and abiding love." Thorne Moore

"Judith Barrow's greatest strength is her understanding of her characters and the times in which they live; The Memory is a poignant tale of love and hate in which you will feel every emotion experienced by Irene." Terry Tyler

The new novel from the bestselling author of the Howarth family saga

 

Spariamo ai mandanti di Nunzio Festa (I Quaderni del Bardo Edizioni per Amazon di Stefano Donno)

“Il titolo ha sapore di vendetta. O di giustizia. Di una sentenza pronunciata tra pene e colpe da espiare. Intanto si leggono i versi di Nun...