Entries Tagged as 'Audiobooks'

January 2022-Non Fiction-New Releases

January 28th, 2022 · No Comments · New Releases

A Brief History of Timekeeping: The Science of Marking Time, from Stonehenge to Atomic Clocks Written by Chad Orzel   Read by Mike Lenz   Our modern lives are ruled by clocks and watches, smartphone apps and calendar programs. While our gadgets may be new, however, the drive to measure and master time is anything but—and in […]

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January 2022-Fiction-New Releases

January 24th, 2022 · No Comments · New Releases

               Look at Us           Written by T. L.  Toma Narrated by Christina Delaine “Riveting. . . . Toma is excellent at looking intensely below the superficial and the unspoken, and his lucid style and cool tone add power to the story. The twists and turns of this contemporary morality play will have readers engrossed.” —Publishers […]

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December 2021-Fiction-New Releases

December 23rd, 2021 · No Comments · New Releases

Sansei and Sensibility: Stories   By Karen Tei Yamashita                 Read by Cindy Kay           Publishing Date: 12/21/2021 In these buoyant and inventive stories, Karen Tei Yamashita transfers classic tales across boundaries and questions what an inheritance—familial, cultural, emotional, artistic—really means. “The range of characters, sparkling humor, connective themes, and creative ambition all showcase Yamashita’s impressive […]

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November 2021-Nonfiction-New Releases

November 22nd, 2021 · No Comments · New Releases

Fathers, Brothers, and Sons: Surviving Anguish, Abandonment, and Anthrax By Frank Bello and Joel McIver Read by Frank Bello Publishing Date: 11/09/2021 Frank Bello, bassist with the legendary New York thrash metal band Anthrax, presents his long-awaited memoir. Strong Ties: Barclay Simpson: Business, Philanthropy, Leadership, and the Bay Area By Katharine Ogden Michaels Read by […]

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October 2021-Fiction-New Releases

October 27th, 2021 · No Comments · New Releases

Die Again to Save the World        Written by Michael Anderle & Ramy Vance         Read by Gabriel Vaughan   Ramy Vance and Michael Anderle present Book 1 in the Die Again to Save the World series. Die Again to Save Tomorrow       Written by Michael Anderle & Ramy Vance         Read by Gabriel Vaughan   Ramy Vance and Michael Anderle present Book […]

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October 2021-Nonfiction-New Releases

October 20th, 2021 · No Comments · New Releases

Forever and Five Days: The Chilling True Story of Love, Betrayal, and Serial Murder in Grand Rapids, Michigan       Written by Lowell Cauffiel  Read by Chris Abernathy Bestselling author Lowell Cauffiel’s “auspicious debut in the true-crime genre . . . [a] sensitive and searching story of the murders of at least six nursing home patients” (Publishers […]

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Featured Audio Giveaway – December 2016 — The Roman

December 8th, 2016 · No Comments · Featured Audio Giveaways

  The Roman By Sylvain Reynard Read by Robertson Dean Read the full description. “This is not an ordinary vampire story, it’s a beautifully dark and passionate novel nestled in Italy and capable of taking one’s breath away.” ―RT Book Reviews Raven and her sister, Cara, are at the mercy of a small detachment of […]

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Soon I Will Be Invincible

May 6th, 2014 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Invincible in·vin·ci·ble /in-ˈvin-sə-bəl/ adjective 1. impossible to defeat or overcome 2. incapable of being conquered, overcome, or subdued What would you do if you were invincible? Would you save the world? Or would you destroy it? Would you be a “good guy,” or a “bad guy”? I wasn’t even into the first hour of Soon […]

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The Colorful World of London’s East End in the 1950s: Call the Midwife

March 10th, 2014 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Incredibly moving, compassionate, shocking, funny, disturbing, and evocative of a time and place forever changed by the upheaval of post-World War II: Call the Midwife is Jennifer Worth’s memoir of her experiences as a midwife-in-training with an Anglican order of nuns in London’s Dockland slums in post-war 1950s. These dedicated nuns had worked amongst the poor […]

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No “Us and Them”: Father Gregory Boyle’s Tattoos on the Heart

January 28th, 2014 · No Comments · Uncategorized

And we are put on earth for a little space that we may learn to bear the beams of love.    —William Blake We’ve all heard the stories of horrific gang violence in urban areas across the nation, and no city has been more wracked with that relentless bloodshed than the “gang capital of the world,” […]

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