Human Origins, Appalachian Tales, and Generalists: Discounted Nonfiction eBooks

Summary & Analysis of Range on Kindle

Summary & Analysis of Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World ($0.99) by ZIP Reads: In Range, author and journalist David Epstein exposes the fallacy behind the specialization myth and how society benefits more when people are generalists. It is those who seek broad experience in diverse fields that become innovative and creative problem-solvers, ready to tackle problems that seem unfamiliar and complex.

This deal is good on August 19, 2019

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Objections to Evolution on Kindle

Objections to Evolution ($0.99) by Dr Nirushan Sivanesan: This irreligious critique of Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution reveals why most scientists and religionists have it wrong. In a book designed to challenge the status quo, completely unique ideas, arguments and theories are presented in a way which should revolutionize the way we think about our origins.

This deal is good on August 19, 2019

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Appalachian Tales on Kindle

Appalachian Tales ($0.99) by Deanna Edens: Appalachian Tales is a charming and engaging tale, filled with amusing yarns about marriage, illustrations of courage and an unsolved mystery. The tale encompasses tragic events, such as the Benwood Mine Disaster, bigotry, and the disappearance of the Sodder children. Come discover why West Virginia is wild and yet splendidly wonderful.

This deal is good on August 19, 2019

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