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Making It Up As I Go Along

Condition: Well Read

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S$4.90

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"Making It Up As I Go Along" is a great read for anyone who wants to laugh and gain a fresh perspective on modern life. Marian Keyes' unique blend of humor and heartfelt observations on everything from breaking up with your hairdresser to getting older will have you laughing and nodding along in recognition. Her ability to verbalize universal experiences in a funny and relatable way makes this book a must-read for anyone who enjoys a good dose of humor and insight.

How's Your Soul? : Why Everything that Matters Starts with the Inside You

Condition: Very Good

S$10.90

If your life feels like an endless race and you're yearning for a deeper sense of fulfillment, "How's Your Soul?" might just be the anchor you need. Judah Smith not only asks thought-provoking questions but also provides a humorous and heartfelt guide to nurturing your soul amidst chaos. His focus on internal health rather than external success promises to recenter your priorities and offer a spiritual haven.

Lee Kuan Yew: The Grand Master's Insights on China, the United States, and the World

Condition: Very Good

S$9.90

This book is recommended for those interested in gaining insights on international relations from one of the foremost leaders of the modern era. Lee's straightforward and honest opinions on various topics including China's future, Islamic terrorism, geopolitics, globalization, and democracy are eye-opening and informative. The book offers a unique perspective on East-West relations and is perfect for those interested in world affairs.

Three Sisters

Condition: Very Good

S$10.90

If you're intrigued by the nuances of family dynamics and the impact of societal expectations, "Three Sisters" will captivate you. Bi Feiyu masterfully weaves individual emotional journeys with broader cultural shifts, making it a poignant read for those interested in the complexities of personal identity amidst rapid social change.

The Infinite Library and Other Stories

Condition: Very Good

S$11.90

Recommendation: - This collection of seventeen stories offers a captivating journey through various genres, blending realism with experimental fiction. From nanotech clay monsters to a generation ship's secret salvation, each tale pushes the boundaries of form and trope. Whether you seek escapism or the thrill of exploring unconventional narratives, these transformative worlds and limitless imagination will keep you engaged from start to finish.

George Orwell: A Life In Letters

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S$11.90

If you're a fan of George Orwell's works or have an interest in the personal lives of literary figures, this book is like a backstage pass to Orwell's world. You'll get to witness his honest thoughts and interactions with other great writers of his time. It's a chance to understand the man behind the influential literature, making it a compelling read for anyone who appreciates depth and authenticity in an author's life story.

The Pocket Book of Hygge

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S$10.90

If life's hectic pace has you yearning for a serene refuge, "The Pocket Book of Hygge" might just be the literary equivalent of a warm blanket and a hot cup of tea. This collection brings together thoughts from esteemed writers and thinkers, each quote handpicked to help you embrace the Danish concept of hygge. It's perfect for those quiet moments when you need a gentle reminder of the simple joys and comforts that make life beautiful.

Ars Moriendi: Writings on the Art of Dying

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If you're drawn to profound themes and the existential questions of life, "Ars Moriendi: Writings on the Art of Dying" could resonate deeply with you. Desmond Kon's poetic exploration into the multifaceted aspects of death is both haunting and beautiful. It offers a meditative journey through verse, making it a poignant read for introspective reflection.

Essays on Philosophical Subjects

Condition: Well Read

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If you're intrigued by the roots of modern thought and the breadth of intellectual curiosity characteristic of the Scottish Enlightenment, "Essays on Philosophical Subjects" by Adam Smith is an invigorating collection to delve into. It offers a rare glimpse into the diverse interests of a foundational economist, exploring topics from the stars to the arts, and it might just spark a new interest or offer a fresh perspective on old ones.

Malibu Rising A Novel

Condition: Well Read

S$14.90

"Malibu Rising" is a great read for you if you're drawn to stories that blend the allure of celebrity lifestyle with the complexity of family dynamics. Taylor Jenkins Reid has a knack for creating rich, multi-layered characters whose glamorous exteriors belie their emotional depth and struggles. As the Riva siblings' worlds come crashing down amidst an epic party backdrop, you'll find yourself swept up in a narrative that's as much about the unbreakable bonds of family as it is about the choices that define us.

Human Traces

Condition: Well Read

S$8.90

"Human Traces" is an expansive weave of personal ambition, mental health exploration, and human connection that spans generations and continents. For anyone interested in the intricacies of the human mind set against a backdrop of historical events, your journey through this novel will mingle the satisfaction of intellectual curiosity with the emotional resonance of human drama. Sebastian Faulks offers not just a story but an experience that echoes the profound quests of its protagonists.

Luster

Condition: Very Good

S$13.90

Luster stands out with its raw and honest portrayal of Edie's chaotic life. It's refreshingly funny yet pointedly introspective, tackling issues of race, identity, and the angst that often accompanies young adulthood. If you enjoy stories that are unflinchingly real and aren't afraid to delve into the complexities of modern relationships, Luster could resonate with you. Its unique voice and bold narrative choices make it a standout coming-of-age tale that feels particularly relevant today.

How to Be Black

Condition: Well Read

S$12.90

If you're looking to understand racial identity with laughter as your guiding light, "How to Be Black" might just be the right companion for your journey. Baratunde Thurston tackles serious topics with a wit that disarms and enlightens, inviting readers of all backgrounds to contemplate the nuances of being black in a way that is as educational as it is entertaining. Whether you're up for personal anecdotes that punch through societal expectations or just need a hearty laugh about a deeply personal yet universal experience, this book is a page-turner.

Let The People Have Him, Chiam See Tong: The Early Years

Condition: Very Good

S$19.90

If you're fascinated by political figures who challenge the status quo with grace and determination, "Let the People Have Him" is a must-read. Loke Hoe Yeong offers an intimate glimpse into Chiam See Tong's life, emphasizing the impact he had on Singapore's political landscape. His respectful and enduring legacy comes to life in this biography, making it a poignant read for those interested in the cultivation of democracy and the role of dissent in shaping a nation's course.

Trigger Warning : Short Fictions and Disturbances

Condition: Well Read

S$8.90

If you're drawn to the beauty of the eerie and the profound, "Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances" could resonate with you. Gaiman's collection weaves through the odd and otherworldly with a lyrical grace that both haunts and delights. Imagine stories that linger, making the everyday extraordinary - that's what awaits you in these pages. Neil Gaiman fans and newcomers alike will find something to treasure.

Where the Crawdads Sing

Condition: Very Good

S$10.90

Where the Crawdads Sing is a beautifully written book that will transport readers to the serene and haunting setting of the Carolina marshlands. It tells the story of a young girl named Kya who grows up in isolation and is suspected of murder. The book's most unique and captivating feature is the exquisite description of nature and the vivid portrayal of the protagonist's inner world. Recommended for readers who enjoy poetic prose and a captivating plot.

The Rules of Work : A definitive code for personal success

Condition: Very Good

S$10.90

This book could be a good read for someone who wants to climb the ladder of success in their workplace while maintaining their integrity. The Rules of Work provides practical and concise guidance on how to navigate the office environment, build successful relationships, and appear confident and competent in your work. The book promotes a positive and ethical approach to achieving success and is recommended for anyone seeking to enhance their professional development.

The Searcher

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"The Searcher" is an engrossing tale that could resonate with you if you relish the slow burn of unraveling a mystery in a setting that's as charming as it is deceptive. Tana French’s gift for creating atmospheric suspense will keep you absorbed; it's perfect for those seeking a blend of picturesque escapism and a taut, character-driven whodunit.

Wuthering Heights

Condition: Very Good

S$33.90

"Wuthering Heights" is so much more than a story about an intense love that defies social norms. It's a tale that weaves through the raw and often cruel facets of human nature against the backdrop of the haunting Yorkshire moors. If you have a penchant for Gothic romance and appreciate complex character studies with a stark exploration of passion and vengeance, Emily Bronte's only novel will likely captivate you.

Vincent van Gogh Chemicals, Crises and Creativity

Condition: Very Good

S$12.90

If you've ever been fascinated by how the worlds of art and science can collide and inform one another, this is your read. Wilfred Niels Arnold, with his biochemistry background, offers a distinguished lens through which to view the life of Vincent van Gogh. His unique perspective weaves together the painter's emotional struggles with his creative genius, making it a compelling read for those intrigued by the interplay of mental health and artistic expression.

Tiny Beautiful Things : Advice on Love and Life from Dear Sugar

Condition: Well Read

S$8.90

If you're facing life's ups and downs and could use a dose of heartfelt guidance, "Tiny Beautiful Things" is like chatting with that wise friend who always seems to know just what to say. Cheryl Strayed serves not just counsel but also compassion. Reading her words is a comforting experience that can provide you with a sense of not just understanding, but also community. No matter what you're going through, there's a piece of advice in these pages that could feel like it was meant just for you.
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My Upmost for His Highest : An Updated Edition in Today's Language - the Golden Book of Oswald Chambers

Condition: Well Read

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S$6.90

Was: S$9.20

This book, "My Upmost for His Highest," is a collection of daily devotions that have stood the test of time. With its updated language edition, it offers a fresh and accessible way to connect with spiritual teachings. Each devotion provokes thought, challenges, and inspires, making it an ideal companion for anyone seeking spiritual growth. Whether you're a long-time follower of Oswald Chambers or someone new to his writings, this book is a must-read. It's a golden gem that will guide you towards a deeper understanding of your faith on a daily basis.
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In Time, Out of Place

Condition: Well Read

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S$6.90

Was: S$9.86

This book could be a good read for someone who enjoys travel writing that is both captivating and humorous. Jin You's storytelling style brings the reader along on her journeys across different countries and provides a unique perspective on the places she visits. Through her whimsical incidents and witty narrative, she skillfully captures not only the vastness of the world but also the essence of the people she encounters along the way. Journey with her through the pages of this book and be entertained by her delightful and amusing adventures.

You've Reached Sam

Condition: Very Good

S$10.90

This book could be a good read for you if you're looking for a heartfelt journey that will tug at your heartstrings. "You've Reached Sam" beautifully combines the elements of love, loss, and goodbyes, taking you on an emotional rollercoaster that will leave you contemplating the meaning of life. Grab a box of tissues and get ready for a moving story that will stay with you long after you've turned the last page.

Elon Musk : Tesla, Spacex, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future

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S$10.90

This book is a great pick for anyone interested in entrepreneurship or technology. It covers the life of Elon Musk, one of the most innovative minds of our time, capturing his tumultuous upbringing, his work with SpaceX, Tesla, and SolarCity, and how he sold PayPal for $1.5 billion. Vance does an excellent job of bringing Musk's story to life, exploring the pressing question of whether America can still compete with the rest of the world in an age of global competition. The book is an inspiration and shows how one individual can reshape entire industries, creating a future that was once only the stuff of science fiction.

The Other Side Of Disappearing - A Touching Modern Love Story

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S$21.90

If the open road calls to you, and you're a fan of a good mystery entangled with a delicate romance, then "The Other Side Of Disappearing" beckons. Imagine a journey that not only takes you across the country but also deep into the hearts of relatable characters, all while a sense of true crime lingers in the air. Jess's story is one of growth, love, and the bravery it takes to step outside the walls we build around ourselves—making it a deeply human and touching read.

Surrounded By Idiots - The Four Types Of Human Behavior And How To Effectively Communicate With Each In Business (And In Life)

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S$24.90

If you've ever felt befuddled by colleagues' actions or struggled with interpersonal dynamics at work, "Surrounded By Idiots" could be a game-changer for you. Thomas Erikson provides a straightforward system to categorize personalities using color types, helping you to not only better understand the folks you deal with daily but to adjust your communication style for better harmony and productivity. You might find this insightful if your work involves a lot of teamwork or if you're just interested in improving your social skill-set.

Untamed

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S$14.90

If the thought of living a life true to yourself rather than the one expected by society resonates with you, "Untamed" is a must-read. Glennon Doyle's journey is a powerful testament to self-discovery and breaking free from cultural conditioning. It's a book that will likely provoke a visceral reaction, inspiring you to question and potentially redefine what it means to live honestly and passionately.
If you're stepping into the world of parenthood, desiring to connect deeper with your newborn, The Montessori Baby will be your gentle guide. It offers a treasure trove of practical ideas, rooted in respect and calmness, for nurturing your baby's development. Imagine feeling equipped and reassured as you help your child explore the world with curiosity and joy; this book aims to give you just that confidence.

Snuff

Condition: Well Read

S$8.90

If you're drawn to the unorthodox narratives that challenge societal norms, "Snuff" by Chuck Palahniuk might be right up your alley. The book delves into the underbelly of adult film industry with a unique narrative structure, shifting perspectives that keep the pace brisk and the tone darkly comic. It's a potent commentary on fame, mortality, and the consumption of media—all wrapped in Palahniuk's signature style of provocative storytelling.