The German cannibal The truly gruesome story of the man who wanted to eat human flesh and the other man who wanted to be loved and eaten.
(Not suitable for younger readers.) What is reality? About Fullspate: - Fullspate is actually one man with a Ph D and a laptop who grew tired of the bland contents of EFL coursebooks, decided to write slightly more engaging stuff for his English students, and then thought it might be nice to share them online.
He won the town's 'Eager Reader' prize at the age of eleven.The story of Nestle (famous for Nescafe) reveals just how bizarre this idea is. Crazy laptops: What on earth was the UN thinking about? The other drug dealers Is it right for pharmaceutical companies to make so much money out of drugs that people need to stay alive?Laptops for hungry kids without electricity in the Thirld World? Dreaming of politics A fun look at the two extremes of the political spectrum: John Lennon and Adam Smith. Should they be the ones to decide which drugs get produced and how much they cost?Aaron Ralston's Story The climber who escaped death by cutting his arm off Leverage & the financial crisis Leverage & the financial crisis explained for the EFL classroom Einstein's Theory of Relativity for Dummies Einstein Theory of Relativity - an introduction and summary - EFL, ESOL advanced reading material from Fullspate Digital Heaven Heaven online - Ray Kurzweil and the idea of uploading the brain to the internet - EFL, ESOL advanced reading material from Fullspate Nanotechnology - an Introduction Nanotechnology - an Introductiont - EFL, ESOL advanced reading material from Fullspate The Chernobyl nuclear disaster Chernobyl nuclear disaster EFL ESOL article English language teaching materials - from Catch 22 - EFL ESL lesson material Catch 22, Joseph Heller - advanced TEFL TESOL English lesson material Drugs and teenagers Scott Douglas' story of his fatal addiction. Chinese girls are queuing up to have their legs broken so they can find a good job and a husband. Ever wondered if you are as smart as your mum says you are? No more heroes The old heroes are gone - no one has pin-ups of them on their bedroom wall. An alternative look at the impact of the small screen.
Boy and girl problems Why do men and women find it so difficult to understand each other?It also appeared on bestseller lists in the UK, Canada, and Germany, and has been translated into numerous languages. Coetzee, Amy Tan, Billy Collins, Oliver Sacks, Rosa Montero, Kurt Andersen and David Eagleman.