Audiobooks Narrated by David Bendena

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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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The Road to Eleusis: Unveiling the Secret of the Mysteries Audiobook

The Road to Eleusis: Unveiling the Secret of the Mysteries

Author: Albert Hofmann Narrator: David Bendena Release Date: December 2021

The secretive Mysteries conducted at Eleusis in Greece for nearly two millennia have long puzzled scholars with strange accounts of initiates experiencing otherworldly journeys. In this groundbreaking work, three experts-a mycologist, a chemist, and a historian-argue persuasively that the sacred potion given to participants in the course of the ritual contained a psychoactive entheogen. The authors then expand the discussion to show that natural psychedelic agents have been used in spiritual rituals across history and cultures. Although controversial when first published in 1978, the book's hypothesis has become more widely accepted in recent years, as knowledge of ethnobotany has deepened. The authors have played critical roles in the modern rediscovery of entheogens, and The Road to Eleusis presents an authoritative exposition of their views. The book's themes of the universality of experiential religion, the suppression of that knowledge by exploitative forces, and the use of psychedelics to reconcile the human and natural worlds make it a fascinating and timely listen. This 30th anniversary edition includes an appreciative preface by religious scholar Huston Smith and an updated exploration of the chemical evidence by Peter Webster.

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48 Hours to Kill Audiobook

48 Hours to Kill

Author: Andrew Bourelle Narrator: David Bendena Release Date: December 2021

Serving a ten-year sentence in a Nevada prison for armed robbery, Ethan Lockhart hopes that he can one day become a productive, law-abiding member of society. But society has other plans for Ethan. When he's given a forty-eight-hour furlough to attend his sister Abby's funeral, he learns that her body was never found-just enough blood to declare her dead instead of missing-and he begins to suspect that there's more to her death than was reported. Ethan decides to use his forty-eight-hour window to find out what happened. But to get to the bottom of the mystery, he'll have to return to his unsavory past. Ethan teams up with his sister's best friend, Whitney, in a search for the truth. They're united in their shared grief, and their chemistry-both emotional and physical-begins to heat up. But romance goes on hold as the suspects mount. Ethan's old boss, Shark, a mid-level loan shark, now heads a criminal empire. As Ethan and Whitney uncover more clues, they become convinced that Shark is responsible for the murder, but they have no proof. If Ethan is going to solve his sister's murder in forty-eight hours, he will have to become the criminal he swore he'd never be again.

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The Hunger of Crows Audiobook

The Hunger of Crows

Author: Richard Chiappone Narrator: David Bendena Release Date: November 2021

After a one-night stand with the wrong man, Carla Merino is hiding out in Lost Bay, Alaska, living in a camper and waitressing to stay afloat. She'd taken a memento from the evening (a habit of hers), a photograph from the man's wallet, a younger version of himself and some very important military men. But she quickly realizes who the men are-including Gordon McKint, a billionaire military security and technologies contractor with a secretive personal army and eyes on the presidency. She knows that the photo is valuable and that having taken it makes her a target. So when she finds out she's been tracked to Lost Bay, she leaves for another hideout by boat, unaware of the dangerous weather headed her way. Now in Lost Bay, Cosmo D'Angelo (a former CIA gunslinger) is in search of her. In the era of political secrets and deep-fake technology, he was foolish to let that photograph out of his sight, no matter how satisfying his evening with Carla had been. McKint-and his dangerous men-are after that photo, and he needs to get to it first. When a man out fishing alone finds an overturned boat and a nearly drowned woman, his life gets infinitely more complicated-and dangerous. Together, he and Carla must outwit the professional killers sent to recover the deadly memento that threatens both McKint's political career and her life.

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The Christmas Crumb Audiobook

The Christmas Crumb

Author: Lou Treleaven Narrator: David Bendena, Lauren Ezzo, Lewis Arlt, York Whitaker Release Date: October 2021

A family of giants drops a crumb of chocolate yule log?but one crumb doesn't matter, does it? Join Pip and his mother, the mice, and the ants as everyone benefits from the giant Christmas bonanza. The audience will learn along with each of the characters that what might be a small thing for you can turn out to be a very big thing for someone else.

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The Fuhrer's Orphans: a moving and powerful novel based on true events Audiobook

The Fuhrer's Orphans: a moving and powerful novel based on true events

Author: David Laws Narrator: David Bendena Release Date: September 2021

In an overgrown industrial area of wartime Munich, twenty-seven children hide from the Gestapo, scared and hungry. Their parents have been sent to concentration camps, and they have nowhere to go. Teacher Claudia Kellner discovers the group when she first takes in two homeless victims, risking her own safety by giving them shelter. Meanwhile, Commando Peter Chesham, a spy working for the British, succeeds in entering Third Reich territory. But his top-secret mission is threatened when he discovers the hiding place of the orphans. If he continues with his mission, it will have fatal consequences for everyone around him, but if he doesn't, the Nazis could win the war. Peter faces an agonizing dilemma: Obey orders, or save the children? What he decides could determine the fate of history... Based on true events, The Fuhrer's Orphans is a powerful and moving novel set during the Second World War and is perfect for fans of Heather Morris and Robert Harris.

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The Best of Walter M. Miller, Jr. Audiobook

The Best of Walter M. Miller, Jr.

Author: Walter M. Miller Jr. Narrator: David Bendena Release Date: May 2021

Walter M. Miller, Jr, is best remembered as the author of A Canticle for Leibowitz, which has been universally recognized as one of the greatest novels of modern science fiction. But in addition to writing that deeply felt and eloquent book, he produced many shorter works of fiction of stunning originality and power. His profound interest in religion and his innate literary gifts combined perfectly in the production of such works as "The Darfstellar," for which he won a Hugo in 1955, "Conditionally Human," "I, Dreamer," and "The Big Hunger," all of which are included in this brilliant and essential collection.

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The Extraterrestrial Species Almanac: The Ultimate Guide to Greys, Reptilians, Hybrids, and Nordics Audiobook

The Extraterrestrial Species Almanac: The Ultimate Guide to Greys, Reptilians, Hybrids, and Nordics

Author: Craig Campobasso Narrator: David Bendena Release Date: January 2021

This is the ultimate field guide to the eighty-two extraterrestrial species that populate the universe. ET enthusiast Craig Campobasso explores the origins, physical characteristics, technological and consciousness abilities, dimensional capacities, belief systems, and cosmic agendas of each species.The species fall into two categories: 1) benevolent races, which function as the guardians of humanity, whose goals include protecting people, helping people overcome duality, and healing them; and 2) malevolent races, which are responsible for abductions, cloning, and domination.This intergalactic exposé will entertain all those interested in UFOs, aliens, and ETs. Sci-fi and fantasy fans of universes such as Marvel, Star Trek, Star Wars, and Roswell are prime targets for this book that delves deep into who the real extraterrestrials are and what they want with the people of Earth. A supplemental PDF is included with this audiobook.

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A Super Sticky Mistake: The Story of How Harry Coover Accidentally Invented Super Glue! Audiobook

A Super Sticky Mistake: The Story of How Harry Coover Accidentally Invented Super Glue!

Author: Alison Donald Narrator: David Bendena, Devon Sorvari, Tyler Jackson-Price Release Date: November 2020

Everyone makes mistakes, and brilliant scientist Harry Coover is no different. But Harry keeps making the same extra-sticky mistake, and he begins to wonder whether it's such a mistake after all...

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The Night Will Find Us Audiobook

The Night Will Find Us

Author: Matthew Lyons Narrator: David Bendena Release Date: October 2020

School's out for summer and that means one thing to Parker, Chloe, and their four friends: a well-deserved camping trip in the Pine Barrens, a million-acre forest deep in the heart of New Jersey. But when old grudges erupt, an argument escalates into the unthinkable, leaving one of them dead and the killer missing. As darkness descends and those left alive try to determine a course of action, the forest around them begins to change...In the morning, more of the group has vanished and the path that led them into the woods is gone?as if consumed by the forest itself. Lost and hungry, the remaining friends set out to find help, only to realize that the forest seems to have other plans?a darker, ancient horror lies dead and dreaming in a lake in the center of the woods. And it's calling to them.Meanwhile, deep in the trees, the killer is still at large, and one of the group's own has started to transform and warp into something other. Something inhuman. Something that wants to feast.Banding together to survive, the friends soon begin to understand the true nature of the horror waiting for them in the Pine Barrens?and that not all of them will make it out alive.

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Deep Night Audiobook

Deep Night

Author: Greg F. Gifune Narrator: David Bendena Release Date: January 2019

For Seth Roman, his younger brother Raymond and their friends, it was supposed to be a few days of relaxation and fun, a getaway from their dull corporate jobs and troubled lives, a week of card playing and drinking at a cabin in the remote woods of northern Maine. But when a young woman staggers into their camp with her clothes covered in blood, their lives are changed forever. The woman brings with her something ancient and deadly, evil and inhuman, and something secretly familiar to Raymond, a man plagued by inexplicable night terrors as a child, the horrors of which still torment him as an adult. As an unexpected snowstorm moves in, the night will unfold and come alive, changing the very nature of their lives and beliefs, the very nature of time, and the very nature of good and evil. A year later, with only sparse memories of that horrible night, Seth and the others struggle to hold their lives together while being haunted by vague but terrifying flashbacks. Something is pursuing them and their families, their friends, their coworkers, forcing them to question everything they see and hear and feel, everything they hold dear. As they begin to unravel the truth, the answers they find stretch the boundaries of their sanity and put the love of two brothers to the ultimate test of sacrifice and faith. Using fear, lies, deception and relentless paranoia as its weapons, it nests within them, stealing their bodies and minds. Now, it wants their souls. Held in the clutches of something they cannot even begin to fully comprehend, they must fight an all-consuming evil from which there is no escape, an evil born of the darkest corners of human existence, the darkest corners of DEEP NIGHT.

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Skidding Into Oblivion Audiobook

Skidding Into Oblivion

Author: Brian Hodge Narrator: David Bendena Release Date: January 2019

We each inhabit many worlds, often at the same time. From worlds on the inside, to the world on a cosmic scale. Worlds imposed on us, and worlds of our own making. In time, though, all worlds will end. Bear witness: After the death of their grandmother, two cousins return to their family’s rural homestead to find a community rotting from the soul outward, and a secret nobody dreamed their matriarch had been keeping. The survivors of the 1929 raid on H.P. Lovecraft’s town of Innsmouth hold the key to an anomalous new event in the ocean, if only someone could communicate with them. The ultimate snow day turns into the ultimate nightmare when it just doesn’t stop. An extreme metal musician compels his harshest critic to live up to the hyperbole of his trolling. With the last of a generation of grotesquely selfish city fathers on his deathbed, the residents of the town they doomed exercise their right to self-determination one last time. As history repeats itself and the world shivers through a volcanic winter, a group gathers around the shore of a mountain lake to once again invoke the magic that created the world’s most famous monster. With Skidding Into Oblivion, his fifth collection, award-winning author Brian Hodge brings together his most concentrated assortment yet of year’s best picks and awards finalists, with one thing in common: It’s the end of the world as we know it . . . and we don’t feel fine at all.

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Mrs. Sherlock Holmes: The True Story of New York City's Greatest Female Detective and the 1917 Missi Audiobook

Mrs. Sherlock Holmes: The True Story of New York City's Greatest Female Detective and the 1917 Missi

Author: Brad Ricca Narrator: David Bendena Release Date: April 2018

Mrs. Grace Humiston was an amazing lawyer and a traveling detective during a time when no women were practicing those professions. She focused on solving cases no one else wanted and advocating for innocents. The first female U.S. District Attorney, she made groundbreaking investigations into modern-day slavery, and the papers gave her the nickname of fiction's famous sleuth. One of her greatest accomplishments was solving the cold case of a missing eighteen-year-old girl, Ruth Cruger. Her work changed how the country viewed the problem of missing girls, but it came with a price: she learned all too well what happens when one woman upstages the entire NYPD. In the literary tradition of In Cold Blood and The Devil in the White City, this true-crime tale is told in spine-tingling fashion and has important repercussions concerning kidnapping, the role of the media, and the truth of crime stories. But the great mystery of this book-and its haunting twist ending-is how one woman became so famous only to disappear

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