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Man Who Forgot How To Read


Author : Howard Engel
language : en
Publisher: HarperCollins Canada
Release Date : 2010-08-23

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One morning, prolific and bestselling crime novelist Howard Engel awoke to discover he had lost the ability to read. He had experienced a stroke that left him with the rare condition known as alexia sine agraphia—he could write, but as soon as he committed his thoughts to the page, he no longer knew what they were. Other effects of the stroke emerged over time, but none were as dramatic and devastating as this one for a man who made his living working with words. The Man Who Forgot How to Read is the warm, insightful and fascinating story of Engel’s fight to overcome a condition that threatened to end his career. Engel’s remarkable triumph over his affliction—he was finally able to write again and produced another bestselling Benny Cooperman detective novel, Memory Book—will inspire his fans and fascinate anyone interested in the mysteries of the human brain.

The Man Who Forgot How To Poop


Author : Genghis Swan
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2017-10-02

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An ancient superhero has kept this world safe for eons, but he's about to square off against his toughest opponent yet...his own pooper. This book answers the age-old question of what happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable bowel movement. Dive into an adventure that will tug on your heartstrings, challenge your perception of reality, and educate you on the importance of defecation.

The Man Who Forgot His Wife


Author : John O'Farrell
language : en
Publisher: Random House
Release Date : 2012-03-15

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Lots of husbands forget things: they forget that their wife had an important meeting that morning; they forget to pick up the dry cleaning; some of them even forget their wedding anniversary. But Vaughan has forgotten he even has a wife. Her name, her face, their history together, everything she has ever told him, everything he has said to her - it has all gone, mysteriously wiped in one catastrophic moment of memory loss. And now he has rediscovered her - only to find out that they are getting divorced. The Man Who Forgot His Wife is the funny, moving and poignant story of a man who has done just that. And who will try anything to turn back the clock and have one last chance to reclaim his life.

The Man That Time Forgot


Author : Mitchell Mechem
language : en
Publisher: CreateSpace
Release Date : 2014-05-18

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FINALLY OUT IN PAPERBACK. The Official Number One Time Travel book in the World: 'The Man That Time Forgot'. The Sci-Fi action comedy that's been compared to Monty Python, Red Dwarf and Groundhog Day by reviewers and critics. --- History is a great big lie. Just open any book or talk to any history professor and they'll tell you that history is filled with nothing but glorious battles, great leaders, plagues, large fires, earthquakes, famous inventors, Egyptians and Louis Pasteur. This couldn't be further from the truth. History, in fact, is filled with a whole lot of nothing. Andrew Adams knows that only too well. He's an ordinary man living his life in the all too abundant and mundane spaces between those great moments. Just like all ordinary men he spends much of his life wondering what the point of it all is, struggling to form meaningful relationships or to find his place in society. Andrew's life follows a daily routine much like that of many others: he wakes up, does the minimum required to get himself through the day - careful not to learn too much or create a lasting impression on anyone - and then goes back to bed. There's only one, ever-so-minor inconvenience that continually stands in the way of Andrew's ignorantly blissful life Time-travel. Since before he can remember every time Andrew sleeps he's randomly flung through time and space, never knowing where or when he'll wake up. The only thing he can be certain of is that the location he arrives at won't be anywhere exciting. He's a cursed man who had no idea why this happens to him, clueless to how it all started or how it can be stopped. Rarely does he find a place to fit in and, on those occasions that he does, he can only stay there until he loses his fight against sleep. Andrew Adams has all but given up hope and given up on life.That is until he meets someone else like him who sets in motion a chain of events that will lead him on a journey of discovery and answers to questions that perhaps even he didn't want to know. With the help of a mysterious and tenacious woman, an old drunken priest and a seven-foot, psychopathic assassin Andrew's life is about to be given a purpose. Finally he might start to view his abilities as a gift instead of a curse and perhaps learn that there's always something to be thankful for. Whether he wants to or not.

The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat And Other Clinical Tales


Author : Oliver Sacks
language : en
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date : 1998

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Presents a series of stories about men and women who, representing both medical and literary oddities, raise fundamental questions about the nature of reality

How To Talk About Books You Haven T Read


Author : Pierre Bayard
language : en
Publisher: Granta Books
Release Date : 2012-07-05

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How and why do we spend so much time talking about forgotten books, books we've skimmed or books we've only heard about? In this mischievous and provocative book, Pierre Bayard contends that the truly cultivated person does not need to read books: understanding their place in our culture is enough.

The Man Time Forgot


Author : Isaiah Wilner
language : en
Publisher: Harper Collins
Release Date : 2009-10-13

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Friends, collaborators, and childhood rivals, Briton Hadden and Henry R. Luce were not yet twenty-five when they started Time, the first newsmagazine, at the outset of the Roaring Twenties. By age thirty, they were both millionaires, having laid the foundation for a media empire. But their partnership was explosive and their competition ferocious, fueled by envy as well as love. When Hadden died at the age of thirty-one, Luce began to meticulously bury the legacy of the giant he was never able to best. In this groundbreaking, stylish, and passionate biography, Isaiah Wilner paints a fascinating portrait of Briton Hadden—genius and visionary—and presents the first full account of the birth of Time, while offering a provocative reappraisal of Henry R. Luce, arguably the most significant media figure of the twentieth century. Isaiah Wilner is a writer for New York magazine. He attended Yale University and was editor in chief of the Yale Daily News. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.