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Spune-mi ca ma iubesti
Spune-mi ca ma iubesti
Johanna Lindsey
¥7.36
O reputa?ie nep?tat? sau dragostea adev?rat?? Alegerea nu a fost niciodat? mai dificil?... R?mas? f?r? nici un venit – al?turi de familia sa care este pe cale s?-?i piard? c?minul din pricina datoriilor ?i icircntr-o stare de disperare crunt?, Kelsey Langton icirc?i d? seama c? doar l?sacircndu-se vacircndut? la o licita?ie poate salva viitorul surorii sale. Astfel, nobila macircndr? ?i dezn?d?jduit? intr? renumita Cas? a lui Eros, resemn acircndu-se s? devin? juc?ria favorit? a unui lord icircnst?rit ?i s? fie la dispozi?ia lui cacirc;t timp acesta avea s-o doreasc? iar Lord Derek Malory este b?rbatul care ofer? suma cea mai mare pentru a deveni unicul proprietar al farmecelor lui Kelsey. Un crai chipe? ?i un renumit burlac convins, Derek o atrage icircn curacirc nd pe senzuala ?i inocenta fecioar? icirc;ntr-o lume de pl?ceri neb?nuite ?i de rivalit??i primejdioase. ?i, ca vreunul din ei s?-?i fi propus, gra?ia, inteligen?a ?i frumuse?ea ei icircl ispitesc pe noul st?pacircn s? renun?e la via?a de huzur ?i pierzanie ?i s? parieze tot ce are pe dragostea adev?rat?.
Mirii MacGregor
Mirii MacGregor
Nora Roberts
¥7.36
Cu nepoatele, uneltirile i-au func?ionat de minune, a?a c? acum Daniel MacGregor, venerabilul ?ef al familiei, vrea s?-?i vad? c?s?tori?i ?i cei trei nepo?i chipe?i ?i numai buni de ?nsur?toare, de?i ace?tia ?in cu ?nc?p???nare la via?a de burlac.Pentru artistul Duncan o alege pe Layna Drake, mo?tenitoarea unui lan? de magazine de renume, o femeie de afaceri de?teapt? ?i abil?, obi?nuit? cu singur?tatea ?i hot?r?t? s? ??i vad? de carier?. ?n calea lui Duncan, proprietarul unui vas-cazinou, o scoate pe Cat Farrell, o c?nt?rea?? care ?l va vr?ji din prima clip? cu vocea ei ? ?i nu numai. ?n cazul nepotului s?u Ian, avocat de renume, Daniel este ceva mai subtil c?nd aranjeaz? ca acesta s? se ?nt?lneasc? ? ca din pur? ?nt?mplare ? cu Naomi Brightstone, r??u?ca cea ur?t? a familiei, care a reu?it ?ns? s? se reinventeze ?ntr-un mod spectaculos, devenind leb?da cea frumoas?, dar totu?i lipsit? de experien?? c?nd vine vorba despre rela?ii.?i, dup? cum este de a?teptat, Marele MacGregor va urm?ri plin de sine cum planurile lui sunt puse ?n aplicare ?i cum cei trei nepo?i cad, f?r? ca m?car s?-?i dea seama, ?n plasa pe care b?tr?nul lor bunic a ?ntins-o cu at?ta pricepere.
10 Pequenas lendas urbanas
10 Pequenas lendas urbanas
Batuta Ribeiro
¥7.63
Cole??o com 10 narrativas curtas sobre lendas urbanas. Esta cole??o contém as seguintes lendas:A loira do banheiro O velho do saco O corpo-seco O roubo do rim A mulher de branco O lobisomem A brincadeira do copo O quadro da crian?a chorando Agulhas no cinema O vídeo da loira batutaribeiro.com.br
Conselhos que os livros de auto-ajuda n?o ensinam
Conselhos que os livros de auto-ajuda n?o ensinam
Fernando Braga
¥7.63
Prepare-se para aprender valiosas li??es de auto-ajuda que nem Augusto Cury vai lhe ensinar. S?o ensinamentos que, se n?o lhe ajudarem a viver melhor, também n?o o deixará viver pior.
Eu nunca mais vou roubar wifi do vizinho
Eu nunca mais vou roubar wifi do vizinho
Batuta Ribeiro
¥7.63
Uma história de terror inspirada na creepypasta Wifi Grátis, onde um sujeito passa a usar wifi de gra?a sem saber que o pre?o de usar essa internet seria o mais caro de sua vida.
O dem?nio do armário
O dem?nio do armário
Batuta Ribeiro
¥7.63
Um pai de família compra uma casa sem desconfiar de que há um terrível dem?nio no armário embutido de um dos quartos. batutaribeiro.com.br
Assassinato no meio da noite
Assassinato no meio da noite
Carla Jean
¥7.63
Quando você menos espera, a vingan?a entra na sua casa. Murilo Azevedo é assassinado no meio da noite e sua morte pode ter a ver com uma parcela atrasada do carro.
Perdidos na floresta
Perdidos na floresta
Carla Jean
¥7.63
Um casal de namorados se aventura em uma floresta mal assombrada para terem um momento de privacidade e amor, porém acabam se perdendo e sendo alvos de um?fantasma vingativo.
101 Charadas
101 Charadas
Fernando Braga
¥7.63
E se você pudesse?passar o tempo e também exercitar o cérebro ao mesmo tempo? Divirta-se com essa cole??o com as melhores 101 charadas para você passar o tempo?e?botar a cachola para pensar.
Siddhartha
Siddhartha
Hermann Hesse
¥7.85
Digitalisiert vom Projekt Gutenberg Eine indische Dichtung ist eine Erz?hlung von Hermann Hesse, die im S. Fischer Verlag in Berlin im Jahr 1922 zum ersten Mal ver?ffentlicht wurde. Siddhartha, der Brahmane Das Buch handelt von einem jungen Brahmanen namens Siddhartha und seinem Freund Govinda. Der von allen verehrte und bewunderte Siddhartha widmet sein Leben der Suche nach dem Atman, dem All-Einen, das in jedem Menschen ist. Siddhartha, der Samana Seine Suche macht aus dem Brahmanen einen Samana, einen Asketen und Bettler. Govinda folgt ihm auf diesem Weg. Siddhartha spürt jedoch nach einiger Zeit, dass ihn das Leben als Samana nicht an sein Ziel bringen wird. Zusammen mit Govinda pilgert er zu Gautama, dem Buddha. Doch dessen Lehre kann er nicht annehmen. Siddhartha erkennt zwar, dass Gotama Erleuchtung erlangt hat und zweifelt die Richtigkeit seiner Lehre nicht an, jedoch glaubt er, diese sei allein für Gotama selbst gültig. Man kann nicht durch Lehre Buddha werden, sondern muss dieses Ziel mittels eigener Erfahrungen erreichen. Aus dieser Erkenntnis heraus begibt er sich erneut auf die Reise und beginnt einen neuen Lebensabschnitt, w?hrend sich sein Freund Govinda Gotama anschlie?t. Siddhartha bei den ?Kindermenschen“ Intensiv erf?hrt er nun seine Umgebung und die Sch?nheit der Natur, welche er zuvor als Samana zu verachten lernte. Er überquert einen Fluss, wobei ihm der F?hrmann prophezeit, er werde einst zu diesem zurückkehren, und erreicht eine gro?e Stadt. Hier begegnet er der Kurtisane Kamala, die er bittet, seine Lehrerin in der Kunst der Liebe zu werden. Um sich ihre Dienste leisten zu k?nnen, wird er Kaufmann. Anfangs sieht er das Streben nach Erfolg und Geld nur als eine wunderliche Eigenart der ?Kindermenschen“, wie er die dem Weltlichen ergebenen Menschen nennt. Bald wandelt sich jedoch sein ?bermut in Hochmut und er wird selbst den Kindermenschen immer ?hnlicher. Erst ein Traum führt ihm dies vor Augen und erinnert ihn wieder an seine
El conde de montecristo
El conde de montecristo
Alexandre Dumas
¥8.01
Novela de aventuras que tiene lugar en Francia, Italia y varias islas del Mediterráneo entre 1814 y 1838. La historia esta basada en las memorias de Jacques Peuchet, quien escribió sobre un zapatero llamado Fran?ois Picaud.
Essays in Radical Empiricism
Essays in Radical Empiricism
William James
¥8.09
Essays in Radical Empiricism
Essays Towards a Theory of Knowledge
Essays Towards a Theory of Knowledge
Alexander Philip
¥8.09
Essays Towards a Theory of Knowledge
The Character and Influence of the Indian Trade in Wisconsin
The Character and Influence of the Indian Trade in Wisconsin
Frederick Jackson Turner
¥8.09
Classic work of American history. According to Wikipedia: "Frederick Jackson Turner (November 14, 1861 - March 14, 1932) is widely regarded, along with Charles A. Beard, as one of the two most influential American historians of the early 20th century. He is best known for The Significance of the Frontier in American History."
Leviathan, Or the Matter, Forme, and Power of a Common-Wealth Ecclesiastical and
Leviathan, Or the Matter, Forme, and Power of a Common-Wealth Ecclesiastical and
Thomas Hobbes
¥8.09
First published in 1651, a classic of political science. According to Wikipedia: "Thomas Hobbes (1588 – 1679) was an English philosopher, remembered today for his work on political philosophy. His 1651 book Leviathan established the foundation for most of Western political philosophy from the perspective of social contract theory. Hobbes also contributed to a diverse array of fields, including history, geometry, physics of gases, theology, ethics, general philosophy, and political science. His account of human nature as self-interested cooperation has proved to be an enduring theory in the field of philosophical anthropology."
Napoleon le Petit
Napoleon le Petit
Victor Hugo
¥8.09
Selon Wikipédia: ?Napoléon le Petit était un pamphlet politique influent de Victor Hugo qui condamnait le règne de Napoléon III, empereur des Fran?ais, qui vécut en exil à Guernesey pendant la plus grande partie du règne de Napoléon III, et sa critique du monarque fut significative. comme il était l'un des Fran?ais les plus éminents de l'époque, et a été vénéré par beaucoup, il inclut le concept de deux et deux font cinq comme un déni de la vérité par l'autorité, une notion plus tard utilisée par George Orwell dans Nineteen Quatre-vingt-quatre volumes ont été introduites clandestinement en France (par exemple dans des balles de foin, et entre des t?les comme une bo?te de sardines), lues lors de réunions secrètes et copiées à la main.Toujours selon Wikipédia: "Victor-Marie Hugo (26 février 1802 - 22 mai 1885) était un poète, dramaturge, romancier, essayiste, plasticien, homme d'?tat, militant des droits de l'homme et représentant du mouvement romantique en France. En France, la renommée littéraire de Hugo vient d'abord de sa poésie mais repose aussi sur ses romans et ses réalisations dramatiques. Parmi les nombreux volumes de poésie, Les Contemplations et La Légende des siècles sont particulièrement estimés et Hugo est parfois identifié comme le plus grand poète fran?ais. Hors de France, ses ?uvres les plus connues sont les romans Les Misérables et Notre-Dame de Paris (connus aussi en anglais sous le titre de Le Bossu de Notre-Dame). Bien que royaliste conservateur engagé lorsqu'il était jeune, Hugo devint plus libéral au fil des décennies; il est devenu un partisan passionné du républicanisme et son travail touche à la plupart des questions politiques et sociales et aux tendances artistiques de son temps. Il est enterré au Panthéon. "
A Footnote to History
A Footnote to History
Robert Louis Stevenson
¥8.09
According to Wikipedia: "Robert Louis (Balfour) Stevenson ( 1850 - 1894), was a Scottish novelist, poet, and travel writer, and a leading representative of Neo-romanticism in English literature. He was the man who "seemed to pick the right word up on the point of his pen, like a man playing spillikins", as G. K. Chesterton put it. He was also greatly admired by many authors, including Jorge Luis Borges, Ernest Hemingway, Rudyard Kipling, Vladimir Nabokov, and J. M. Barrie. Most modernist writers dismissed him, however, because he was popular and did not write within their definition of modernism. It is only recently that critics have begun to look beyond Stevenson's popularity and allow him a place in the canon."
Retrospection and Introspection
Retrospection and Introspection
Mary Baker Eddy
¥8.09
According to Wikipedia: "Mary Baker Eddy (born Mary Morse Baker July 16, 1821 – December 3, 1910) was the founder of the Christian Science movement. Deeply religious, she advocated Christian Science as a spiritual practical solution to health and moral issues. She wrote Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, founded The First Church of Christ, Scientist of Boston in 1879, and several periodicals including The Christian Science Monitor. She took the name Mary Baker Glover from her first marriage and was also known as Mary Baker Glover Eddy or Mary Baker G. Eddy from her third marriage. She did much spiritual teaching, lecturing, and instantaneous healing. Her influence continues to grow through her writings."
He That Is Spiritual
He That Is Spiritual
Lewis Sperry Chafer
¥8.09
According to Wikipedia: "Lewis Sperry Chafer (February 27, 1871 – August 22, 1952) was the founder and first president of Dallas Theological Seminary, and an influential founding member of modern Christian Dispensationalism.
The History of Rome
The History of Rome
Livy
¥8.09
Literally translated, first published in 1853. According to Wikipedia: "Livy's work met with instant acclaim. His books were published in sets of ten, although when entirely completed, his whole work was available for sale in its entirety. His highly literary approach to his historical writing renders his works very entertaining, and they remained constantly popular from his own day, through the Middle Ages, and into the modern world. Dante speaks highly of him in his poetry, and Francis I of France commissioned extensive artwork treating Livian themes. That he was chosen by Rome's first emperor to be the private tutor to his successor indicates Livy's renown as a great writer and sage. As topics from his history appear to have been used for writing topics in Roman schools, it is more than likely that his works, or sections, were used as textbooks... He can be looked upon as the prose counterpart of Vergil in Golden Age Latin literature."
Eccentric Preachers
Eccentric Preachers
Charles Spurgeon
¥8.09
Profiles of Protestant preachers by a 19th century English Baptist, known as "the Prince of Preachers". Chapters include: 1. What is Eccentricity? 2. Who have been called Eccentric? 3. Causes of Eccentricity 4. Hugh Latimer 5. Hugh Peters 6. Daniel Burgess 7. John Berridge 8. Rowland Hill 9. Matthew Wilks 10. William Dawson 11. Jacob Gruber 12. Edward Taylor 13. Edward Brooke 14. Billy Bray. According to Wikipedia: "Charles Haddon Spurgeon, commonly C.H. Spurgeon, ( 1834 – 1892) was a British Reformed Baptist preacher who remains highly influential among Christians of different denominations, among whom he is still known as the "Prince of Preachers." He also founded the charity organization now known as Spurgeon's, that works worldwide with families and children, as well as a famous theological college which after his death was called after him: Spurgeon's College. Spurgeon was a prolific author of many types of works including sermons, an autobiography, a commentary, books on prayer, a devotional, a magazine, and more. Many sermons were transcribed as he spoke and were translated into many languages during his lifetime. Arguably, no other author, Christian or otherwise, has more material in print than C.H. Spurgeon."
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