A fascinating read about the world of blood. A rather unusual subject about something we tend to take for granted.
The End of An Australian Dream
by Kurmelovs, Royce. And the end of many employee’s livelihoods.
A critical look at the rise and fall of the iconic Concorde supersonic passenger jet.
This book interested me as the global warming and renewable energy generation debate has gotten more heated recently and I wanted some facts.
I remember Jelena’s father, Damir Dokic, when he was on Bourke’s Backyard, and he looked ready to explode at any moment. I’ve never seen Don Burke be so careful with a guest. This was a small sample of what Jelena’s father was like.
After reading about Holden’s history I was happy to see one about Ford in Australia as well. The book is very well researched and illustrated with many photos.
I first learnt of Jordan B. Peterson from an interview he did about why men and women progress differently in the workplace. He gave many excellent arguments and his reasoning made the interviewer look foolish. I wanted to read more of his work and his book “12 Rules for Life” was a fine start.
Boardman does a fine job covering the evolution of the bicycle, from the very first “bone shakers” to the many types of bikes available now.
At first the novel comes across as an easy to read Mills and Boon like romance tale. But once I read more about the terrible situation in the prison camp and the small actions that can make a difference whether you live or die I soon appreciated it for the great story and inspirational story that it is.
This is definitely for railway enthusiasts but readers with an interest in business management will also find it fascinating.