This ground-breaking book explains why women experience burnout differently than men - and provides a simple, science-based plan to help women minimize stress, manage emotions and live a more joyful life. Manual for Survival by Kate Brown 12 Mar. It reflects an era before the water was polluted with chemicals and the land built on for housing, a time when ponds shone everywhere like eyes in the land, sustaining life for all, from fish to carthorse..
Yet award-winning historian Kate Brown uncovers a much more disturbing story, one in which radioactive isotopes caused hundreds of thousands of casualties, and the magnitude of this human and ecological catastrophe has been actively suppressed. Based on a decade of archival and on-the-ground research, Manual for Survival is a gripping account of the consequences of nuclear radiation in the wake of Chernobyl - and the plot to cover it up. As Brown discovers, Soviet scientists, bureaucrats, and civilians documented staggering increases in cases of birth defects, child mortality, cancers and a multitude of life-altering diseases years after the disaster.
Worried that this evidence would blow the lid on the effects of massive radiation release from weapons-testing during the Cold War, scientists and diplomats from international organizations, including the UN, tried to bury or discredit it. Yet Brown also encounters many everyday heroes, often women, who fought to bring attention to the ballooning health catastrophe, and adapt to life in a post-nuclear landscape, where dangerously radioactive radioactive berries, distorted trees and birth defects still persist today.
An astonishing historical detective story, Manual for Survival makes clear the irreversible impact of nuclear energy on every living thing, not just from Chernobyl, but from eight decades of radiaoactive fallout from weapons development. Drift down sun-bleached streets. Lose yourself in the California sound. Find beauty in a dirty bar. Love like your life depends on it. Carry on after the party stops. London has not been kind to Lottie Allbright.
In need of a new place to stay, Lottie takes up the offer of a live-in job managing a local vineyard. The Parade by Dave Eggers 23 Mar. With echoes of J. Coetzee and Graham Greene, this novel questions whether we can ever understand another nation's war, and what role we have in forging anyone's peace. Spring by Ali Smith 28 Mar. Each time I open it I get lost in another world.
But on 12 July , it all came crashing down. There was Daisy , rock and roll force of nature, brilliant songwriter and unapologetic drug addict, the half-feral child who rose to superstardom. And there were the men surrounding them: the feuding, egotistical Dunne brothers, the angry guitarist chafing on the sidelines, the drummer binge-drinking on his boat, the bassist trying to start a family amid a hedonistic world tour. They were creative minds striking sparks from each other, ready to go up in flames. Taylor Jenkins Reid has got every nuance, every detail exact and right. I loved every word.follow
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I loved it. A daring thief has been robbing London's most famous museums. When Daisy's birthday treasure hunt leads them into the path of the culprit, Daisy and Hazel realise where they'll strike next - the British Museum! I, the Honourable Daisy Wells , have decided to give an account of another mystery the Detective Society has faced in recent weeks.
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It was very exciting, and very heroic, and I was very brilliant and brave. When Daisy's birthday treasure hunt leads them right into the path of the culprit, Daisy and Hazel realise where they'll strike next - the Ancient Egyptian mummy room at the British Museum! With help from their friends and rivals , the Junior Pinkertons, the girls must crack codes, unravel clues and race against time to solve the mystery.
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The striking photographic companion to the groundbreaking Netflix original documentary series. Sabrina Cohen-Hatton, one of the most senior firefighters in the UK, has spent years researching decision-making in order to reduce the tragic numbers of firefighter deaths caused by human error. Find happiness and simplify your life in this busy modern world by following easy and attainable lessons from ancient Zen practices, in this guide by renowned Japanese monk Shunmyo Masuno. With a foreword by Sir David Attenborough, breathtakingly beautiful still photography, specially commissioned maps and graphics, and compelling text expanding on the remarkable TV stories and giving the reader a depth of information that is impossible on screen, this companion book presents a whole new view of the place we call home.
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Featuring some of the world's rarest creatures and previously unseen parts of the Earth—from deep oceans to remote forests to ice caps— Our Planet takes nature-lovers deep into the science of our natural world. What we do in the next twenty years will determine the future of not just the natural world but humanity itself. If we don't act now to protect and preserve our planet, the beauty we're lucky enough to witness on these pages will have disappeared.
The testimonies against her are damning - slave, whore, seductress. And they may be the truth. But they are not the whole truth. And everyone thinks they know who to blame.
Britain has lost the Falklands war, Margaret Thatcher battles Tony Benn for power and Alan Turing achieves a breakthrough in artificial intelligence. In a world not quite like this one, two lovers will be tested beyond their understanding. It's the year and life as we know it is over, as a natural armageddon threatens all life on earth.
Combining his scientific knowledge and love of sci-fi, Jim Al-Khalili paints a very vivid picture of our planet when disaster strikes. Tomura is startled by the hypnotic sound of a piano being tuned, and from that moment, he is determined to discover more. Set in small-town Japan, this warm and mystical story is for the lucky few who have found their calling — and for the rest of us who are still searching.
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Machines Like Me occurs in an alternative s London. Charlie, drifting through life and dodging full-time employment, is in love with Miranda, a bright student who lives with a terrible secret. When Charlie comes into money, he buys Adam, one of the first batch of synthetic humans. This near-perfect human is beautiful, strong and clever — a love triangle soon forms. These three beings will confront a profound moral dilemma. Our outward deeds or our inner lives? Could a machine understand the human heart?
This provocative and thrilling tale warns of the power to invent things beyond our control.
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This Easter, discover the perfect book to bring science into your kitchen with these easy-to-follow recipes. This is Shakespeare by Emma Smith 2 May. So much of what we say about Shakespeare is either not true, or just not relevant. Republic of Lies by Anna Merlan 2 May. Paul Mason argues that we are still capable - through language, innovation and co-operation - of shaping our future. He offers a vision of humans as more than puppets, customers or cogs in a machine.
Underland by Robert Macfarlane 2 May. Robert Macfarlane takes us on a journey into the worlds beneath our feet. From the ice-blue depths of Greenland's glaciers, to the underground networks by which trees communicate, from Bronze Age burial chambers to the rock art of remote Arctic sea-caves, this is a deep-time voyage into the planet's past and future.
No sleep for twenty hours. No food for ten. And a ward full of soon-to-be mothers… Welcome to the life of a midwife.