Fear book: Amazon glitch mixes in L Ron Hubbard novel reviews

Reviews of a book by the founder of scientology are posted to Fear, about President Trump’s White House.
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Fiction: A Debut Novel Mixes Lust With the Directionlessness of Youth

In Andrew Martin’s “Early Work,” the already shiftless life of a struggling writer is derailed by romantic infatuation.
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CES 2018: Merge Blaster mixes real world with game

A hi-tech toy gun lets gamers play virtual reality-style games without having to wear a headset.
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Skull and Bones PvP Mixes Black Flag and For Honor

We played the PvP mode of the Black-Flag-inspired pirate adventure, and learned more about what to expect from the rest of the game.
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Books of The Times: Review: In ‘Exit West,’ Mohsin Hamid Mixes Global Trouble With a Bit of Magic

When their country descends into civil war, two migrants find a way to escape their besieged city.
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Paul Smith Mixes Art and Commerce

If England is indeed a nation of shopkeepers — as the French have been saying with a sneer since the 18th century — then the keeper in chief should be Sir Paul Smith, who managed to transform a tiny, windowless shop in his native Nottingham into an international — and still independent — business with annual sales north of $ 320 million and double-digit profits.
Smith, 69, achieved it all with no fancy investment (indeed, he was often the one investing, buying the real estate for his British shops), no grand marketing or advertising (he shoots all the campaigns himself), and no disproportionate reliance on fragrance or accessories to keep the ready-to-wear machine humming.
He has always been big in Japan — the country fell quickly for his charm and childlike imagination — and his licensed sales — separate from his own direct business — in the region total about $ 330 million annually. The brand has been selling there since 1982, and Smith said that even during the country’s lost decades of economic growth, volume never fell.
Smith’s commercial savvy, curiosity and creativity, inside and outside the luxury arena, have made him postwar Britain’s most successful independent fashion designer. He was knighted by Queen

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