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An excellent look at evolutionary functions and human behavior. Don't read it half way through and leave it...you will feel suicidal. Books on the ego and self concept can do that to you.

An excellent look at evolutionary functions and human behavior. Don't read it half way through and leave it...you will feel suicidal. Books on the ego and self concept can do that to you.

I Killed - Profs. Oliar and Sprigman read this before writing their standup comedy article

I Killed: True Stories of the Road from America's Top Comics: Ritch Shydner, Mark Schiff

What I Loved

love love LOVE this book. guidebook for my novel: the way it handles time, the compelling psychology of the characters, the gripping storyline, the beautiful writing.

The Island of the Day Before

The Island of the Day Before

What Not to Wear for Every Occasion : Part 2: Amazon.co.uk: Susannah Constantine, Trinny Woodall, Robin Matthews: Books

What Not to Wear for Every Occasion : Part 2: Amazon.co.uk: Susannah Constantine, Trinny Woodall, Robin Matthews: Books

Книга "Борис Пастернак" Дмитрий Быков - купить книгу ISBN 978-5-235-03587-4 с доставкой по почте в интернет-магазине OZON.ru

Книга "Борис Пастернак" Дмитрий Быков - купить книгу ISBN 978-5-235-03587-4 с доставкой по почте в интернет-магазине OZON.ru

What's Your Number... The Palmer Code

What's Your Number... The Palmer Code

The Science of Getting Rich: The Original Classic

The Science of Getting Rich: The Original Classic

Hollywood (Narratives of a Golden Age)

Hollywood (Narratives of a Golden Age)

Details on a Major New Discovery included in a New AfterwordWhy do we look the way we do? Neil Shubin, the paleontologist and professor of anatomy who co-discovered "Tiktaalik," the "fish with hands," tells the story of our bodies as you've never heard it before. By examining fossils and DNA, he shows us that our hands actually resemble fish fins, our heads are organized like long-extinct jawless fish, and major parts of our genomes look and function like those of worms and bacteria."

We learn in his discovery of the missing water-to-land fish fossil how much our hands resemble fish fins and much more biologically.

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