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  • - A Novel
    by Kevin Myers
    £9.49 - 18.99

  • - A Memoir of a Life in Conflict, 1979-2020
    by Kevin Myers
    £16.49 - 17.49

  • - The Big Picture for a Bigger Life
    by Kevin Myers
    £12.49

    Why isn't life everything we expected it to be? And why doesn't our faith resolve our frustrations and problems?

  • by Gary Thomas & Kevin Myers
    £34.49 - 109.49

    Exploring the historical, theoretical and practical bones of modern case study research, and featuring an extended example that has been annotated line by line, this book takes readers through the complexities of case study research.

  • by Kevin Myers
    £12.15

    Funny, quirky and touching, this latest offering from Kevin Myers describes in a first-person narrative his childhood up to the early years of his career as a journalist and his departure from University College Dublin in the late 1960s.

  • - Irish and Afro-Caribbean Histories in England, 1951-2000
    by Kevin Myers
    £79.99

    Examines the construction of ethnic communities, and of multicultural policy, in post-war England. It explores how Irish and Afro-Caribbean immigrants responded to their representation as alien races by turning to history. -- .

  • by Kevin Myers
    £13.99

    Here, name by name, parish by parish, province by province, Kevin Myers details Ireland's intimate involvement with one of the greatest conflicts in human history, the First World War of 1914 to 1918, which left no Irish family untouched.

  • by Gary Thomas & Kevin Myers
    £29.99 - 32.49

    This sharp, stimulating title provides a structure for thinking about, analysing and designing case study. It explores the historical, theoretical and practical bones of modern case study research, offering to social scientists a framework for understanding and working with this form of inquiry. Using detailed analysis of examples taken from across the social sciences Thomas and Myers set out, and then work through, an intricate typology of case study design to answer questions such as: How is a case study constructed? What are the required, inherent components of case study? Can a coherent structure be applied to this form of inquiry?The book grounds complex theoretical insights in real world research and includes an extended example that has been annotated line by line to take the reader through each step of understanding and conducting research using case study.

  • - The Big Picture for a Bigger Life
    by Kevin Myers
    £17.49

    Why isn't life everything we expected it to be? And why doesn't our faith resolve our frustrations and problems?Kevin Myers, the founding pastor of 12Stone Church, a congregation of more than 30,000 active attenders near Atlanta, believes the reason we don't experience a transformed life is that we fail to grow up spiritually. We focus on developing physically, intellectually, emotionally, and financially, yet our faith remains immature and anemic.In this powerful new book, Myers offers a deep yet simple roadmap to a grown-up faith through understanding the whole context of the Bible, developing spiritual intimacy with God, and gratefully embracing holy obedience.As you understand the Bible and the big picture of God's story with humanity, you begin to find answers to life's most compelling questions. As you begin to understand God more, your longing and ability to experience spiritual intimacy with him increases, as does your desire to obey what God asks of you and your ability to follow through. This is the way to the bigger life, a life even better than you expected--or even dreamed possible.

  • - Learn God's Game Plan for Life and Leadership
    by John C. Maxwell & Kevin Myers
    £21.49

    Most people in America who identify themselves as Christians have lives that are almost indistinguishable from non-believers because they need to turn around and live differently.

  • by Kevin Myers
    £7.99

    "e;In his new book, Kevin Myers manages to restory the centrality of Irish efforts in WWI to our national life."e; - John Paul McCarthy, The Irish TimesIn this powerful work Kevin Myers details Ireland's intimate involvement with one of the greatest conflicts in human history, the First World War, which left no Irish family untouched. With this collection of his talks, published and unpublished essays from The Irish Times and elsewhere, Myers lays out the grounds of his research and findings in all four provinces of Ireland, as well as revisiting the main theatres of war in Europe - The Somme, Ypres, Verdun, and Gallipoli. Myers documents these bloody engagements through the lives of those involved.In Ireland's Great War Myers realises a vital counter-narrative to the predominant readings in nationalist history, revealing the complex and divided loyalties of a nation coming of age in the early twentieth-century. This remarkable historical record pieces together the shards of Ireland's recent past and imparts a necessary understanding of the political process that saw Sinn Fin's electoral victory in 1918 and the founding of the Irish Free State.

  • - A Memoir 1971-78
    by Kevin Myers
    £5.49

    As an Irish Catholic raised in Leicester, fresh from University College Dublin with a first in History, Kevin Myers is sent north to work for the Belfast bureau of RTE News. There he covers the increasingly vicious conflict erupting in the city as the IRA campaign begins. Reporting too for Dublin's Hibernia, the London Observer and NBC Radio for North America, Kevin Myers becomes the eyes and ears for an uncomprehending world, chronicling the collapse of Northern Irish society, from internment to the La Mon bombing. Raw, candid and courageous, Watching the Door documents the deeds of loyalist gangs, provos, paratroopers, politicians, British agents and an indomitable citizenry, forming a remarkable double portrait of a divided society and an emergent self -- a witness to humanity, and inhumanity, on both sides of a sectarian faultline. In his wonderfully vivid, trenchant, first-hand account of life on the streets of Belfast during the height of the Troubles, a young Kevin Myers witnesses the blood fueds and chaos of a people on the brink of civil war. His descriptions of violence, counter-violence and emotional free-fall, combine humour with reflection, eros with thanatos; they render history in the making. By interweaving the political and the personal in a tale at once self-deprecating, poignant and sexually buoyant, Watching the Door is a coming-of-age story like no other. It is evocative and passionate, and it records a pivotal time in Ireland's recent past, blending articulacy with savage indignation in a classic of modern reportage.

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