James O'Brien



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How To Be Right… in a World...

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Loathe Thy Neighbour

4.20 avg rating — 71 ratings — published 2014 — 3 editions
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All the Past We Leave Behind

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James o brien collection 2 ...

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The Ultimate Step Father Ha...

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La ciencia de Sherlock Holmes:

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Good Dog: The Story of Biscuit

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Digital Photography Secrets...

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The Unofficial Keto Cookboo...

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“The cultural event being threatened in this case was Christmas, that most Anglo-Saxon of festivals whereby the birth of a Jewish baby in a Middle Eastern stable two thousand years ago is commemorated.”
James O'Brien, How To Be Right… in a World Gone Wrong

“Despite the title of this book, it is refreshing, in an age of increasingly reductionist and binary debate, to recognise the importance of sometimes saying the three most undervalued words in the English language: I don’t know.”
James O'Brien, How To Be Right… in a World Gone Wrong

“The reason why conversations like this are simultaneously so frustrating and revealing is that people like him have lost the desire to question what they are being told. Their bespoke, unchallenged diet of ‘news’, augmented we now know by Facebook algorithms and deliberately fake stories, is so unvaried that the possibility that it might be largely bogus is never entertained”
James O'Brien, How To Be Right… in a World Gone Wrong

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