Audiobooks Narrated by Charles Carroll

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  1. The Eye of the World: Book One of The Wheel of Time Audiobook The Eye of the World: Book One of The Wheel of Time
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  2. Go Tell the Bees that I am Gone Audiobook Go Tell the Bees that I am Gone
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  3. Under the Whispering Door Audiobook Under the Whispering Door
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  4. The Last Days of John Lennon Audiobook The Last Days of John Lennon
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  5. Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing: Inspired by the hit BBC series Audiobook Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing: Inspired by the hit BBC series
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  6. Go Set a Watchman Audiobook Go Set a Watchman
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  7. Ikigai: The Japanese secret to a long and happy life Audiobook Ikigai: The Japanese secret to a long and happy life
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  8. It Ends With Us Audiobook It Ends With Us
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  9. Three Sisters: A TRIUMPHANT STORY OF LOVE AND SURVIVAL FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE TATTOOIST OF AUSCHWITZ Audiobook Three Sisters: A TRIUMPHANT STORY OF LOVE AND SURVIVAL FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE TATTOOIST OF AUSCHWITZ
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Why People Fail: The 16 Obstacles to Success and How You Can Overcome Them Audiobook

Why People Fail: The 16 Obstacles to Success and How You Can Overcome Them

Author: Siimon Reynolds Narrator: Charles Carroll Release Date: July 2020

There are thousands of books on success, yet very few on failure.Success is often just a moment a goal fulfilled, soon to be replaced with new goals. But failure is the ambitious persons constant companion, often dogging us for months, years or even decades before we finally reach our aim. In the groundbreaking book Why People Fail, Siimon Reynolds, one of the worlds most successful entrepreneurs, explores the main causes of failure, in any field, and reveals solutions for overcoming them and creating a successful personal and professional life. Why People Fail offers strategies and ideas for defeating the sixteen most common failure habits such as destructive thinking, low productivity, stress, fixed mindset, lack of daily rituals, and more. Why People Fail offers strategies and tips for beating 16 failure habits: 1) Unclear purpose 2) Destructive thinking 3) Low productivity 4) Fixed mindset 5) Weak energy 6) Not asking the right questions 7) Poor presentation skills 8) Mistaking IQ for EQ 9) Poor self image 10) Not enough thinking 11) No daily rituals 12) Stress 13) Few relationships 14) Lack of persistence 15) money obsession 16) not focusing on your strengths Many people have changed their lives by mastering just one of the timeless principles in this book. Master five or ten and your life will rocket to a totally new level.

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Inception and Philosophy: Because It's Never Just a Dream Audiobook

Inception and Philosophy: Because It's Never Just a Dream

A philosophical look at the movie Inception and its brilliant metaphysical puzzles Is the top still spinning? Was it all a dream? In the world of Christopher Nolan's four-time Academy Award-winning movie, people can share one another's dreams and alter their beliefs and thoughts. Inception is a metaphysical heist film that raises more questions than it answers: Can we know what is real? Can you be held morally responsible for what you do in dreams? What is the nature of dreams, and what do they tell us about the boundaries of "self" and "other"? From Plato to Aristotle and from Descartes to Hume, Inception and Philosophy draws from important philosophical minds to shed new light on the movie's captivating themes, including the one that everyone talks about: did the top fall down (and does it even matter)? Explores the movie's key questions and themes, including how we can tell if we're dreaming or awake, how to make sense of a paradox, and whether or not inception is possible Gives new insights into the nature of free will, time, dreams, and the unconscious mind Discusses different interpretations of the film, and whether or not philosophy can help shed light on which is the "right one" Deepens your understanding of the movie's multi-layered plot and dream-infiltrating characters, including Dom Cobb, Arthur, Mal, Ariadne, Eames, Saito, and Yusuf An essential companion for every dedicated Inception fan, this book will enrich your experience of the Inception universe and its complex dreamscape.

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Red Light Run: Linked Stories Audiobook

Red Light Run: Linked Stories

Author: Baird Harper Narrator: Charles Carroll Release Date: August 2017

When Sonia, the prominent wife of a local cemetery owner, is killed in the worst accident anyone can remember, Hartley Nolan, a lifelong teetotaler, is hardly the person that police expect to find behind the wheel. After all, Hartley is something of an inspiration in a town that hasn't seen much luck in decades-he's the local boy who made it big in Chicago without ever forgetting his struggling family back home. But Tower Hill, Illinois, is a close-knit community that's alive with old rivalries, making it fertile ground for resentments. With Hartley up for parole four years after his arrest, an old friend of Sonia's decides to take justice into his own hands. Set in the days leading up to Sonia's death and those surrounding Hartley's release from prison, Baird Harper's linked stories brilliantly unravel the mystery behind the town's most notorious crime and examine how far its residents will go to rectify it.

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The Culling Audiobook

The Culling

Author: Robert Johnson Narrator: Charles Carroll Release Date: January 2014

Carl Sims, a young virologist, discovers a plot hatched by a group of international scientists to cull, in a matter of weeks, two-thirds of the world’s population—some 4.5 billion people—by releasing a deadly virus. Their goal is to reduce Earth’s population from an unsustainable seven billion to two billion. What is he to do? Try to stop the conspiracy, or join it? It’s horrific, yes, but what if this culling could prevent the extinction of some 40 percent of the planet’s flora and fauna? Or if he was certain it was the only way to prevent an even larger human die-off, incurring significantly more suffering, by the end of this century? Or if he were convinced it represented the only hope for humanity surviving at all? This is at the heart of this thriller, for these viruses do, in fact, exist. Most everything that plagues mankind today—the highest concentration of atmospheric CO₂ in three million years, escalating extinction rates, habitat loss, fishery collapses, climate change, polar and glacial ice thaws, arable land loss, desertification, aquifer depletions, ocean acidification, unprecedented air pollution, looming famine, and social unrest—stems from overconsumption which, unchecked, will lead to Earth’s sixth mass extinction event. “Robert Johnson’s first novel tackles an issue that most in the media, the arts, and entertainment industry—even the environmental community—are afraid to discuss directly: overpopulation. Despite the potential for despair or preachy diatribes, the gravity of the issues is woven into the story with plenty of colorful characters, gallows humor, and a suspenseful plot that unravels across continents, making for an entertaining and thought-provoking debut.”—New York Journal of Books

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The Best Horror of the Year, Volume 4 Audiobook

The Best Horror of the Year, Volume 4

The first three volumes of The Best Horror of the Year have been widely praised for their quality, variety, and comprehensiveness. Editor Ellen Datlow has now explored the entirety of the diverse horror market, distilling it into the fourth anthology in the series and providing an overview of the year in terror. Fear is the oldest human emotion, the most primal. We like to think we’re civilized. We tell ourselves we’re not afraid. And every year, we skim our fingers across nightmares, desperately pitting our courage against shivering dread. In one story, a paraplegic millionaire hires a priest to exorcise his pain; in another, a failing marriage is put to the ultimate test. In other stories hunters become the hunted as a small group of men ventures deep into a forest; a psychic struggles for her life on national television; a soldier strikes a grisly bargain with his sister’s killer; ravens answer a child’s wish for magic; two mercenaries accept a strangely simplistic assignment; and a desperate woman in an occupied land makes a terrible choice. What scares you? Horror wears new faces in these carefully selected stories. The details may change, but the fear remains. With tales from Laird Barron, Stephen King, John Langan, Peter Straub, and many others, The Best Horror of the Year, Volume Four provides the petrifying horror fans of the genre have come to expect—and enjoy. “The variety of concepts and styles on display and Datlow’s comprehensive introduction will please horror readers of all stripes.”—Publishers Weekly

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Survivors Audiobook

Survivors

Author: Chris Tebbetts, Jeff Probst Narrator: Charles Carroll Release Date: November 2013

Eleven days down, and no end in sight. How long could you survive?  It’s been days since Buzz, Vanessa, Carter, and Jane were stranded on a deserted island in the middle of the South Pacific. Four kids left to fend for themselves. No adults. No supplies. They’ve managed to make fire and they’ve even found food. But they’ve just lost their only shelter and quite possibly their one chance at being rescued. Now they’ll have to venture even deeper into the jungles of Nowhere Island just to stay alive. But the island holds secrets of a dark past. With danger lurking at every turn, they must rely on each other like never before if they are going to survive. “Non stop adventure! If your kids love Survivor, they’ll love this book!”—Mark Burnett, Executive Producer of Survivor, The Voice, Shark Tank, and Celebrity Apprentice

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That's Not a Feeling Audiobook

That's Not a Feeling

Author: Dan Josefson Narrator: Charles Carroll Release Date: August 2013

Benjamin arrives with his parents for a tour of Roaring Orchards, a therapeutic boarding school tucked away in upstate New York. Suddenly, his parents are gone and Benjamin learns that he is there to stay. Sixteen-years-old and with two failed suicides to his name, Benjamin must navigate his way through a new world of “popped privileges,” “candor meetings,” “morning meds,” and “cartoon brunches”—all run by adults who have yet to really come of age themselves. The only person who comprehends the school’s many rules and rituals is Aubrey, the founder and headmaster. Fragile, brilliant, and prone to rage, he is as likely to use his authority to reward students as to punish them. But when Aubrey falls ill, life at the school begins to unravel.  Benjamin has no one to rely on but the other students, especially Tidbit, an intriguing but untrustworthy girl with a “self-afflicting personality.” More and more, Benjamin thinks about running away from Roaring Orchards—but he feels an equal need to know just what it is he would be leaving behind. “A bold, funny, mordant, and deeply intelligent debut.”—David Foster Wallace, author of Infinite Jest

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Trial by Fire Audiobook

Trial by Fire

Author: Chris Tebbetts, Jeff Probst Narrator: Charles Carroll Release Date: June 2013

They thought it couldn't get any worse.  They were wrong. Buzz, Vanessa, Carter, and Jane are no closer to being rescued than they were when they first found themselves stranded on a deserted island. If anything, they’re worse off than ever, having lost their boat to a tropical storm—and with it, all their supplies. Now, the four must team up and make important survival decisions if they ever want to be found. But with food running low and tensions running high, their chances of being saved continue to decline, and they find it necessary to rely on one other to endure whatever lies ahead for them.

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Seaman: The Dog Who Explored the West with Lewis and Clark Audiobook

Seaman: The Dog Who Explored the West with Lewis and Clark

Author: Gail Langer Karwoski Narrator: Charles Carroll Release Date: June 2013

It is 1804—a historic year in America—the year that Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and the Corps of Discovery set out for their now-legendary exploration of the Louisiana Purchase, departing St. Louis to travel across the country to the Pacific Ocean and back.  In this fictionalized biography of the journey based upon the journals of Lewis, Clark, and other members of the team, an unheralded member of the Corps, Seaman, a 150-pound Newfoundland dog, is introduced to young historians. Seaman travels the long journey with the Corps, serving a key role in the expedition’s success, catching and retrieving game, and protecting the expedition team from wild animals and hostile Indians.  Come along with Lewis, Clark, the Corps of Discovery, and Seaman as they meet Sacagawea who joins the expedition, form friendships with several Indian tribes, survive near-death encounters, grizzly bear attacks, and buffalo bull stampedes through the camp, cross the Continental Divide, overcome the wounding of their seemingly fearless leader, Meriwether Lewis, and rejoice as they return to civilization in 1806. “Once young readers begin this fictional account of the dog’s role in the expedition, they will be caught up in the drama and action, and even reluctant readers will find it just too good to put down.”—School Library Journal

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On the Grace of God Audiobook

On the Grace of God

Author: Justin S. Holcomb Narrator: Charles Carroll Release Date: April 2013

Packed with big truth, this little book on God's grace can be read in roughly one hour, ensuring you'll actually read it. Justin Holcomb, pastor at Mars Hill Church in Seattle and executive director of the Resurgence, highlights Scripture's recurring emphasis on humanity's desperate need and God's extravagant grace. Holcomb convincingly demonstrates that grace- most powerfully manifested in the person and work of Jesus Christ- is the foundational theme and primary message of the whole Bible. An appendix succinctly summarizes how God's grace is evident in each book of the Bible. Part of the Re:Lit line, these inexpensive and accessible books give clear, biblical answers to difficult theological questions and controversies. Through this series, readers will get a solid and simple introduction to biblical concepts by investing just a little time.

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Shade's Children Audiobook

Shade's Children

Author: Garth Nix Narrator: Charles Carroll Release Date: March 2013

If you're lucky, you live to fight another day. In a futuristic urban wasteland, evil Overlords have decreed that no human shall live a day past their fourteenth birthday. On that Sad Birthday, the children of the Dorms are taken to the Meat Factory, where they will be made into creatures whose sole purpose is to kill. The mysterious Shade-once a man but now more like the machines he fights-recruits the few teenagers who escape into a secret resistance force. With luck, cunning, and skill, four of Shade's children come closer than the others to discovering the source of the Overlords' power-and the key to their downfall. But the closer they get, the more ruthless Shade seems to become. "This pitch-dark, postapocalyptic thriller will keep you reading and wild-eyed. Fast, brutal, and brilliant."-Scott Westerfeld, New York Times bestselling author of Uglies

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The Worst of Times: A Story of the Great Depression Audiobook

The Worst of Times: A Story of the Great Depression

Author: James Lincoln Collier Narrator: Charles Carroll Release Date: February 2013

When the Depression strikes America, throwing millions out of work, Petey Williamson’s family seems safe. Hadn’t the boss promised Petey’s father that he’d always have a job? But during the Depression, promises cannot always be kept, and Petey finds his family sliding rapidly into poverty. And when Petey’s much-admired cousin Steve starts working as a union organizer in the battle to improve conditions for workers, poverty turns into tragedy. “Collier tugs at readers’ heartstrings.”—School Library Journal

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