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- HarperCollins Publishers 2012; US$ 15.99
EAT, PAY, LEAVE! Becky Wicks lifted the burqa on Dubai In BURQALICIOUS. Now she turns her attention to Bali as she hilariously navigates life as an adopted Balinese local. A lot can happen when you set out to 'find yourself'. Sometimes, you can even lose the plot. From visiting ancient healers with cellphone addictions to leaving a shaking ashram... more...
- HarperCollins Publishers 2012; US$ 10.99
An intelligent, humorous travel tale that is also the story of a tender father-son relationship from ABC Local Radio's legendary broadcaster Jon Faine. 'Somehow, I convinced myself it was a good idea. Somehow, I convinced myself that it was do-able. Now I shake my head... We drove through the Gobi desert in Mongolia in a snowstorm, avoided an Iranian... more...
- HarperCollins Publishers 2013; US$ 14.99
She's lifted the burqa on Dubai, and ate, preyed and loved Bali. Now Becky Wicks heads to South America for a bit of LATINALICIOUS ! In her latest laugh-out-loud travel memoir, intrepid traveller Becky Wicks sets her sights on both the natural and - ahem! - man-made attractions of South America, and discovers that while gauchos aren't always hot,... more...
- HarperCollins Publishers 2016; US$ 17.99
The incredible story of the search for one of Mao's lost children against the extraordinary backdrop of modern China. 'A son is very important in Chinese society,' he had said. 'To lose one is careless. The ancestors would be angry.' Intrigued by stories of a son given away by Mao and his then-wife during the Long March, and mystified by the ?official'... more...
- HarperCollins Publishers 2016; US$ 6.99
A return to war-torn Afghanistan in search of a friend who saved the author's life. Against all the best advice from family and friends, writer Richard Loseby decides to return to Afghanistan at a time of turmoil in the Middle East to discover the fate of his friend Nebi, the young Hezbollah mujahed who had saved his life long ago. This is a story... more...
- HarperCollins Publishers 2016; US$ 6.99
An extraordinary journey through pre-9/11 Afghanistan. This is the story of an adventure that began as an eight-year-old boy growing up in Australia, obsessed with a stranger he knew only as "the Afghan", and ended with a dash to safety across more than 700 kilometres of mountain and desert. Avoiding landmines and bullets, Richard spent months travelling... more...
- Start Publishing LLC 2013; US$ 1.99
The Alhambra, a series of tales and sketches of the Moors and Spaniards, was published in May 1832. Consisting of a series of essays and short fiction pieces, it was referred to as his "Spanish Sketch Book." In 1851 Irving wrote the "Author's Revised Edition," also titled Tales of the Alhambra. more...
- Start Classics 2014; US$ 1.99
"The Paris Sketch Book" is a look at France shortly after the time of Napoleon. The author William Makepeace Thackeray is famous for his dry wit and for his other classic books "Vanity Fair" and "Barry Lyndon". He is also credited with inventing a new word 'snob' in his novel "The Book of Snobs, by One of Themselves" more...
- Start Classics 2015; US$ 1.99
William Thomas Beckford (1 October 1760 - 2 May 1844), usually known as William Beckford, was an English novelist, a profligate and consummately knowledgeable art collector and patron of works of decorative art, a critic, travel writer and sometime politician, reputed at one stage in his life to be the richest commoner in England. His parents were... more...