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Features

Taking Everyone Along

Having recently released his memoir, Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra says his iconic films have all been a stage where every crew and cast member has played an essential part

{STORY_SLUG}illustration by Steven P. Hughes
True Stories

A Thousand Stings

Swarmed by killer bees, their toxins coursing through his bloodstream, a rock climber passes out on a ledge feet up. Can his buddy reach him in time?

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Not Keeping MUM

Writer–actor Kalki Koechlin chats with us about her new illustrated book The Elephant in the Womb and why it’s important to be candid about the challenges of pregnancy and motherhood

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Reader's Digest Soldier Stories

Reader's Digest Soldier Stories is a chronological retrospective of the best military pieces Reader's Digest has run, from World War I through the war in Iraq. Featuring stories from the battlefield to the home front, this inspiring collection honors the men and women of America’s armed forces and gives readers a glimpse into life in uniform.

Beginning in World War I and continuing through to the war in Iraq, readers will follow soldiers into the trenches, peer in on emergency surgery taking place in the depths of the ocean, watch heroes carry the bodies of fallen brethren, trail Eisenhower for the three days leading up to D-Day, and be inspired as men and women rise above and beyond normal human limits to preserve our rights and save their friends.

Other stories include those of:
• A soldier’s last gift to her young daughter at home
• A tribute to one of the first African-Americans to serve as a Naval Officer
• A pilot rescued after his F is shot down
• A judge who sentenced a fellow veteran to jail, then joined him in his cell for the night to help him through his PTSD
• An American soldier who takes a big risk to save a dying Afghan girl

This book gives a complete perspective on the hell that is war, the love that grows from camaraderie, the pride from accomplishing the impossible, the humor that springs from the military bureaucracy, and more. A chronological retrospective of the best military pieces Reader's Digest has run, Reader’s Digest Soldier Stories honors the men and women of America’s armed forces.

Sours: https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Readers-Digest-Soldier-Stories/Readers-Digest/
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Reader's Digest Condensed Books

Reader's Digest Condensed Books was a series of hardcover anthology collections, published by the American general interest monthly family magazine Reader's Digest and distributed by direct mail. Most volumes contained five (although a considerable minority consisted of three, four, or six) current best-selling novels and nonfiction books which were abridged (or "condensed") specifically for Reader's Digest.[1][2] The series was published from until , when it was renamed Reader's Digest Select Editions.[3]

The series was popular; a New York Times article estimated annual sales of 10 million copies.[4] Despite this popularity, old copies are notoriously difficult to sell.[5][6]

For much of their publication schedule, the volumes were issued four times each year. Each year the company produced a Volume 1 (winter), Volume 2 (spring), Volume 3 (summer), and Volume 4 (autumn). In later years they added a Volumes 5, and then a Volume 6, going to a bi-monthly schedule by the early s. The series was produced for 47 years (–), until being renamed Reader's Digest Select Editions. (Note: UK editions seem to have been somewhat different from USA editions. Pre Canadian editions also contain different titles.)

Occasional books such as The Leopard (Summer ), The Days Were Too Short (Autumn ), and Papillon (Autumn ) were not published in English originally but were abridgments of translations. In some cases, advanced copies of the hardcover edition were printed in paperback form. In a few cases, new editions of older works (Up from Slavery, published originally in (Autumn ), A Roving Commission: My Early Life, published originally in (Autumn ) or Goodbye Mr. Chips, published originally in (Summer )) were also among the condensed selections.

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Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reader%27s_Digest_Condensed_Books

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Her body seemed to glow with life and desire, as if radiating some amazing currents of energy.

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The seed ran down all over her face, onto her chin, onto Katya's chest and thighs. At that moment, I once again finished inside her. This is how my wife, for the first time in our marriage, tasted the taste of treason. After a little sitting, we exchanged phone numbers and, impressed, went home.

Asmr - Reading Reader's Digest - Softly Spoken

After. A fantastic orgasm, we went to bed, and when we woke up Igor was no longer there, only Irishka sweetly pressed her awesome tit on my shoulder. Reflections on the topic of group sex made me think that I definitely want to fuck my wife with someone else.

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