books about: fearful
Help for Your Fearful Dog: A Step-by-Step Guide to Helping Your Dog Conquer His Fears
This is such a great resource for owners of dogs with anxiety. This book has really helped me to understand my dog's behavior and it gives such specific advice for handling different situations. I highly recommend this book!
Fearful Master: A Second Look at the United Nations
G. Edward Griffin
This is an excellent book to show you how the United Nations evolved, and what it is doing up to the year 1964. It tells about the motives and goals, including the final goal of moving toward the New World Order. It has a wonderful index and glossary. A must have for those who want to know more about globalism.
One Fearful Yellow Eye
John D. MacDonald
Flawed but displays a number of strengths.
One Fearful Yellow Eye is installment number eight in John D. MacDonald's highly successful Travis McGee series. It's interesting to note that the first eight entries were all published within a very narrow time frame, between 1964 and 1966. Though somewhat flawed, this book like its seven predecessors displays a number of strengths. John D. MacDonald was a talented novelist and that talent ...
Fearful Symmetry: The Search for Beauty in Modern Physics (Princeton Science Library)
Princeton University Press
Gauge Symmetries for Blondes
After buying Dr. Zee's book, I became worried that I would not be able to understand it and would thereby lose respect for my brain, one of my last bankable attributes. The book lay on the side table for a year. Finally, on a whim, I sat down to read it early in the evening-- about dinner-time. The next thing I knew, the windows were getting light and I couldn't feel my feet. I barely made it ...
Sudden, Fearful Death (William Monk Novels)
Anne Perry keeps you guessing from the first page. What an imagination!
Calming the Fearful Mind: A Zen Response to Terrorism
Thich Nhat Hanh
simple. profound. wonderful.
i purchased this book today, 9/11/05 at a bookstore here in nyc. i'm not sure if it was placed on display by mistake as i've just read it is not to be released until october--but i am so thankful to have been able to read this today. the memories of the attacks are so fresh today. i know that i've been ill at ease all day--sometimes struggling just to breathe. the simple act of opening this ...
The Fearful Rise of Markets: Global Bubbles, Synchronized Meltdowns, and How To Prevent Them in the Future
Easy Reading, with a Good Amount of Insightful Analysis.
My first impression of The Fearful Rise of Markets--apart from asking myself just how many books concerning the recent economic and market turmoil have been written in the last 12 months--is that this is a very fast and easy read. There are about two dozen short chapters, each averaging six or seven pages, with each chapter followed by very short, bulleted summary points. (Even if you didn't ...
Her Fearful Symmetry: A Novel
It's all connected to Highgate Cemetery
The novel begins with Elspeth's death at 44 of cancer. Her younger lover, Robert, works as a guide at Highgate Cemtery where Elspeth is buried. Elspeth not only leaves Robert behind but her estranged twin Edie. She has left her valuable estate to her twin nieces, Julia and Valentina, with the stipulation that their parents, Edie and Jack, never step foot in the apartment. Edie, Jack, Julia ...
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Fearful Symmetry
an awesome journey
Wow, I just finished this book and I really enjoyed it. Honestly, I loved the second part of the book even better...although both parts were great. I got into these books late, so I didn't have to wait forever for this one and I don't have to wait for the next two books either, so I guess I lucked out. I usually hate when a book steers away from the main characters, but lliana is a very ...
A Fearful Void
Griffin/Clarkson S. Potter
Sea with No Trees.
I first came across this book after being entranced by the burning desert of the film Lawrence of Arabia. Many years later while at a study group in Claremont-McKenna College, I was hugely disappointed by the nearby desert in Southern California and was only mildly struck while visiting Las Vegas. But that is another story. My younger son brought my attention back to this book while ...
Fearful Symmetry: Is God a Geometer?
AN EARFUL ON SYMETRY AND AN EYEFUL AS WELL
This book really improved my understanding of what physicists are talking about when they speak of Symmetry Breaking. The book makes it possible for you to understand the underpinnings of this concept whilst doing nothing more intellectual than pouring the milk onto your breakfast cereal. Lots of good illustrations.Nothing to be frightened of in this book.
Do Not Live Afraid: The Practice of Faith in a Fearful World
Upper Room, 2009
In scripture, the opposite of faith is often fear. With remarkable frequency, the first thing God says to those poised at the edge of momentous decisions or holy encounters is: Do not be afraid. What's intended isn't simply an attitude adjustment but empowerment. So ""do not be afraid"" finds its expression when we do not live afraid. This book invites readers, and groups who gather around it, to take that word to heart and, most importantly, to ...
Comforting the Fearful: Listening Skills for Caregivers
Leroy T. Howe
Often Christians ask, how can they be afraid and still have faith? Blending spirituality and psychology, this book offers a comforting perspective on the fears and anxieties that plague everyone. The author shows how to transform fears from crippling emotion into a way to search for God. While of interest to all, the book is especially meant to help lay ministers comfort others. Clear and accessible, the book blends the wisdom of faith with ...
candy for the mouth and ears. exquisite passivity.
Okay-so the cheezy jacket copy lured me in. But once I read the book, I was struck both by the beauty of its prose and the emotional complexity of its characters, not to mention its plot. Bills's main character, Peter Keith, is one of the best depictions of pathological passivity I have read--and unlike other authors who explore this theme (Dennis Cooper, Mary Gaitskill), Peter is likeable and ...
A Sudden, Fearful Death: A William Monk Novel (Mortalis)
A Sudden Fearful Death
Anne Perry is amazing. She never seems to run out of ideas that are thought provoking and fascinating. I always look forward to every new book she writes.
Facing Fearful Odds: The Siege of Wake Island
Gregory J. W. Urwin
University of Nebraska Press
Thorough and well written
The title, Facing Fearful Odds, is taken from Macaulay's "Horatius at the Bridge" (a poem I lovingly remember reading as a schoolboy), and it's evocative of the dramatic siege of Wake Island in the immediate aftermath of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Gregory Urwin is a fine writer who vividly portrays the drama of a handful of Marines and civilian construction workers who repelled daily ...
Fearful Symmetry: A Study of William Blake (Collected Works of Northrop Frye)
University of Toronto Press
Judging the book by its cover . . .
One disadvantage of browsing online bookstores is that you can't simply skim the cover blurbs; sometimes you just have to settle for the opinions of strangers like me. So it may be helpful to read the quotes on the back cover of my copy of 'Fearful Symmetry.' "To say it is a magnificent, extraordinary book is to praise it as it should be praised, but in doing so one gives little idea of the huge ...
Fly Without Fear: Based on Us Air's Award-Winning Fearful Flyers Program
Carol M. S. W. Stauffer
Frank Petee & Carol Stauffer
Best Bargain I Ever Got
Book follows US Air Fearful Flyers Program almost exactly. Program was excellent! Unfortunately they have discontinued program but as successful graduate of the program I highly recommend the book for anyone who has a fear of flying. The difference it has made in my life is incredible.
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