Praise for Bombay Bhel:
"Each story a jewel, a gem to be treasured and savored." -- Renita D'Silva, author of Monsoon Memories and The Forgotten Daughter
"Treat yourself to a trip through one of the most misunderstood, beautiful, smelly, thrilling, complex cities in the world and meet some of its most enticing denizens." -- Paul Dyer, author of Elixir of Death
"Doyle's deep empathy for his colorful characters shines through in every story and sentence." --Tara Masih, award-winning editor and author of Where the Dog Star Never Glows
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Praise for Saturday Date:
"The writing is beautiful and the character development is perfect and very layered."—Lela, Amazon reviewer
"The author uses imagery in a beautiful manner."—Justin Cohen, Amazon reviewer
"...filled with beautiful, well-edited, flowing prose that immerses the reader in the scene."—BakerBronte, Amazon reviewer
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The Things They Carried won France's prestigious Prix du Meilleur Livre Etranger and the Chicago Tribune Heartland Prize; it was also a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award.
This revised second edition presents new information on core strength, nutrition, stretching and warm-up. Now comprehensively illustrated with easy-to-follow drawings, the authors explain in clear terms how strength training in the weight room translates to endurance and power on the bike.
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