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Growing up in Benaras, Sia struggles for an identity under the shadow of her vivacious and beautiful sister, MunniÕ. When Munni falls in love with flamboyant Abir, SiaÕs loneliness and misery increases even more. Tragedy strikes in the form of a scandal and Abir is accused of the misdeed. This event changes something in their lives forever and affects all their future relationships as well. Years later, Sia, now a resident of Mumbai and mother to a sixteen year old embarks on a journey back to Benaras to find out more about her sisterÕs death. The journey, which brings revelation and insights, adds a new perspective to SiaÕs life. Will Sia find out the truth? Will she be freed of the past? Will Abir ever be able to give up a nomadic life in New York and settle down as a family man? Read ÔSiaÕ to find out.

This new inter-disciplinary book is the first comparative, case-based analysis of media panoply in (and out of) Asia today. Examining what the authors call the "media/tion equation", the contributors demonstrate the multiple links between media, society and culture, and advance the claim that media is the key means through which Asians experience, understand, effect and are affected by the worlds containing them. Exploring a relatively neglected principle in cultural studies - that context counts - medi@sia highlights how the experiences of those encountering media messages differ depending on social, economic, politial and ideational conditions. Balancing social, cultural and media theory with empirical research, the essays in this collection provide a better understanding of the complex relationship between media and people’s practices, values and behaviour in contemporary Asia.

A funny spoof of pop sensation Jewel's bestselling poetry collection. --Publishers Weekly. Hers is flowery and sensitive. His is wry and absurd. --USA Today.

A rock writer and music blogger trances his personal history through the Lower East Side's social scene of the 1990s, where heroin and cocaine use was rampant and Courtney Love, Morrissey, Alan Ginsberg, Damien Hirst and Joe Strummer held court. Original. 25,000 first printing.

Bianca is a self-made diva perceived to have everything. beauty, body, bank, and brains. She utilizes every God-given asset to gain perks belonging to the elite. Bianca routinely attends the African-American high-class events while fulfilling her role as trophy girlfriend. But, there's a problem: Bianca's life is a sham. She conceals her humble beginnings and impoverished bloodline for fear of judgment and rejection. While her contemporaries live their lives of entitlement, Bianca works doubly hard just to maintain. Will her past be the demise of her superficial life? Running out of options, Bianca is forced to take drastic measures. The unconditional support from a coworker is her last vestige of hope as she conquers her toughest obstacle yet - a woman's self-discovery.

"Our commander in chief has to be able to defend our country, not embarrass it."*-Hillary Clinton "She doesn't have strength. She doesn't have the stamina. . . . I think she's an embarrassment."**-Donald Trump In this presidential contest of diametric opposites, nothing is certain on the path to the polls-except that every word matters. Direct from the candidates, from point and counterpoint to wit and wisdom, an unvarnished conversation on the issues captivating the American electorate. *Victory speech on Super Tuesday II, West Palm Beach, Florida, March 15, 2016 **Interview on CNN, New Day, March 16, 2016 BookShots LIGHTNING-FAST READS BY JAMES PATTERSON Books you can devour in a few hours Impossible to stop listening All original content by James Patterson

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