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- M P Publishing 2005; US$ 5.19
Both humorous and heartwarming, 'Dog' is the story of Jill Rosen ? a single, childless professor who has given up on finding love ? and Phil, the wise, young dog she adopts, almost by accident. Although Jill finds her routines disrupted and her wistfulness about past loves stirred, she forges a connection with the dog that takes her by surprise in... more...
- HarperCollins 2010; US$ 7.25
From the outrageously filthy and oddly innocent comedienne Sarah Silverman comes a memoir?her first book?that is at once shockingly personal, surprisingly poignant, and still pee-in-your-pants funny. If you like Sarah?s television show The Sarah Silverman Program , or memoirs such as Chelsea Handler?s Are You There Vodka? It?s Me Chelsea and Artie... more...
- Random House Group Ltd 2009; US$ 12.00
Following his hugely popular account of the previous 2000 years, John O'Farrell now comes bang up to date with a hilarious modern history asking 'How the hell did we end up here?' An Utterly Exasperated History of Modern Britain informs, elucidates and laughs at all the bizarre events, ridiculous characters and stupid decisions that... more...
- Transworld 2008; US$ 10.67
Paul West, a young Englishman, arrives in Paris to start a new job - and finds out what the French are really like. They do eat a lot of cheese, some of which smells like pigs' droppings. They don't wash their armpits with garlic soap. Going on strike really is the second national participation sport after pétanque. And, yes, they do use suppositories.... more...
- The Floating Press 2011; US$ 3.99
This multi-volume comic masterpiece is a must-read for fans of literary humor writing. An inventive pastiche of a staggering array of eighteenth-century thinkers, writers, and artists, Tristram Shandy combines intellectual allusions with rollicking -- and sometimes bawdy -- humor. more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2011; US$ 7.99
In this #1 New York Times bestseller, Ellen DeGeneres shares her hilarious take on everything from our most baffling human foibles?including how we behave in elevators, airplanes, and restrooms, and why we?re so scared of the boogeyman?to fashion trends, celebrity, and her secret recipe for Ellen?s Real Frenchy French Toast. Most of all, this witty,... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2012; US$ 20.00
This is an incredible story. The author, a failed, alcoholic Wall Street trader, had retreated to a monastery. It, too, was failing. Then, one fateful day, Brother Ty decided to let God be his broker--and not only saved the monastery but discovered the 7 1/2 Laws of Spiritual and Financial Growth. Brother Ty's remarkable success has been studied... more...
- Ebury Publishing 2012; US$ 10.67
Did you know that foreigners who want to live in Britain have to pass a government test to get in? It's true, and some of the questions are harder than "Why does everyone hate Manchester United?" So the Have I Got News For You team have, in a moving and totally out of character display of public-spiritedness, compiled this Guide to Modern Britain... more...