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by Tom Belina
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Belina, Tom. Published by Pitman/Fearon (1977). Ex-library with typical marks, wear to covers; bound for library use. Good solid copy of small book; about 60 pages. Category: Fiction; Inventory No: 104148.
By (author) Tom Belina. Publication date 01 Oct 1999. Publisher Turtleback Books. ISBN13 9780785750017. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
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This book features interviews with the world’s best extreme athletes and their coaches on how to overcome fear and self-doubt in stressful situations. Their lessons are valuable for people with all sorts of common fears: flying, public speaking, heights, failure, commitment, rejection, driving a car, taking financial risks or changing career.
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A young woman's trip to Jamaica becomes a nightmare when Flight 136 is hijacked by three terrorists. Well this book is a very interesting book. I think all you people should read this. This book is about a man who is taking a trip to Jamaica
A young woman's trip to Jamaica becomes a nightmare when Flight 136 is hijacked by three terrorists. This book is about a man who is taking a trip to Jamaica. This lady named Linda thought he was a hijacker so she did not want to sit next to him on the plane. So every one was in and then they flew out and every thing was going good. Until this man with red hair called the flight attendant and said to her i have a boom so go show me were the captain is.
Fear of Flying is a 1973 novel by Erica Jong which became famously controversial for its portrayal of female sexuality and figured in the development of second-wave feminism. The novel is written in the first person: narrated by its protagonist, Isadora Zelda White Stollerman Wing, a 29-year-old poet who has published two books of poetry.