Audiobooks Narrated by Eric Jason Martin

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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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Samurai: A Very Short Introduction Audiobook

Samurai: A Very Short Introduction

Author: Michael Wert Narrator: Eric Jason Martin Release Date: December 2021

The idea of the sword-wielding samurai, beholden to a strict ethical code and trained in deadly martial arts, dominates popular conceptions of the samurai. As early as the late seventeenth century, they were heavily featured in literature, art, theater, and even comedy, from the Tale of the Heike to the kabuki retellings of the 47 Ronin. This legacy remains with us today in countless renditions of samurai history in anime, manga, and video games. Acknowledging these common depictions, this book gives listeners access to the real samurai as they lived, fought, and served. Much as they capture the modern imagination, the samurai commanded influence over the politics, arts, philosophy, and religion of their own time, and ultimately controlled Japan from the fourteenth century until their demise in the mid-nineteenth century. On and off the battlefield, their story is one of adventures and intrigues, heroics and misdeeds, unlikely victories and devastating defeats. This book traces the samurai throughout this history, exploring their roles in watershed events such as Japan's invasions of Korea at the close of the sixteenth century and the Satsuma Rebellion of 1877. Coming alive in these accounts are the samurai, both famed and ordinary, who shaped Japanese history.

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A Prophet Without Honor Audiobook

A Prophet Without Honor

Author: Joseph Wurtenbaugh Narrator: Eric Jason Martin Release Date: December 2021

In the first months of 1936, Adolf Hitler risked everything by ordering his untrained military to reoccupy the Rhineland. It was a bluff. The Germans would have been forced to retreat if the French or British had offered the slightest opposition. But the bluff succeeded. History changed decisively. Hitler quieted the opposition at home, and marched the world relentlessly on, to the edge of destruction and beyond. A Prophet Without Honor examines that lost chance in detail. The result is a compelling story full of intrigue, danger, romance, and action, culminating in the reckoning that Hitler might have faced, had events taken a different course. It's a hugely entertaining story, written in epistolary style (though journal entries, letters, excerpts from biographies, etc.) with a richly textured sense of time and place.

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White Lines: A John Tyler Thriller Audiobook

White Lines: A John Tyler Thriller

Author: Tom Fowler Narrator: Eric Jason Martin Release Date: November 2021

An international drug cartel started the fight. John Tyler will finish it. Tyler is back to work as a classic auto mechanic. When a young woman-and car enthusiast-brings her vintage Porsche in for some work, Tyler is glad to talk shop with her. When she never returns for her car, he wonders what's going on. His daughter Lexi doesn't want him to investigate. Something bothers Tyler about what happened, though, and he's determined to uncover what happened to the mysterious woman from the shop. The twists and turns of her life soon put Tyler in the path of a brutal drug cartel. They're establishing a foothold in Maryland and show no mercy to anyone who gets in their way. Tyler's quest will take him far out of state and put him directly in the path of the group's most sinister killers. How far will he go to stop the shadowy group, and what price will he-and those close to him-pay?

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You Are What You Click: How Being Selective, Positive, and Creative Can Transform Your Social Media  Audiobook

You Are What You Click: How Being Selective, Positive, and Creative Can Transform Your Social Media

Author: Brian A. Primack Narrator: Eric Jason Martin Release Date: September 2021

An empowering, forward-thinking solution for creating intentional and healthy social media habits from an expert on media, technology and health. Internationally acclaimed behavioral scientist and social media expert Brian Primack, MD, PhD, believes we do not need to swear off social media, delete all our online accounts, or give up our phones to live healthier, happier lives. In You Are What You Click, he offers a new approach to digital wellness, and a realist's perspective on how what we consume online affects our well-being. In response, he presents a 'social media pyramid' that personalizes our tech diet so we can enjoy a fruitful, balanced relationship with social media. While many of us turn to social media looking for a sense of connection and comfort, the data show that it may paradoxically leave us feeling more alone and depressed. Drawing on over twenty years of original research, Dr. Primack explains the fascinating nuances of our relationship with social media, its impact on our mental health, and the dangers of social media using us instead of the other way around. He empowers us to take back control with a simple method: being more selective, positive, and creative with our lives online. Dr. Primack introduces surprising strategies you can use right away to fine-tune your online experience and discover your definition of digital balance. Through short, actionable chapters, you'll learn how to: • Tailor your social media use to your personality. • Select positive relationships over toxic ones. • Overcome comparison syndrome and the fear of missing out. • Fill your feed with meaningful, humorous, and uplifting content. • Optimize your news intake and resist doomscrolling. • Improve your sleep, create 'tech holidays,' and more. With innovative strategies for managing technology, you'll transform your relationship with tech and discover how to make social media work for you. You Are What You Click offers a science-backed approach from a credentialed doctor: Dr. Brian Primack has an MD and a PhD in Education and Behavioral Science. Primack is the go-to expert on this topic. His work on the intersection of media and health has been cited nearly 6,000 times in peer-reviewed scholarly literature, and he has been featured in major media outlets across the world. FOR WELLNESS READERS, PARENTS, AND ANYONE WHO USES SOCIAL MEDIA: Dropping off the digital map or deleting all our social media accounts isn't the only option-and often isn't something we feel ready to do. Rather than digital abstinence, with Primack's 3-step plan, tech lovers will be able to understand how to regulate their online social platforms in healthier ways. A BALANCED PERSPECTIVE ON TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIAL MEDIA IN A POSITIVE LIGHT: Almost every book in this genre portrays technology in a negative or even scary way. With this book, readers will learn how to adjust and balance their presence online with a personalized plan they can use across all platforms, no matter what new social media app goes public next. Primack offers an empowering solution that is forward-thinking, and will continue to be relevant as technology becomes more immersed into our lives. QUICK, PRACTICAL ADVICE:You Are What You Click is broken into short, actionable chapters that allow readers to understand the research, take action, and see results-perfect for short attention spans whittled down by Facebook and Instagram stories, Twitter, Snapchat, and TikTok! FOR FANS OF PERSONALITY BOOKS: Fans of books like The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey to Self-Discovery and The Four Tendencies: The Indispensable Personality Profiles that Reveal How to Make Your Life Better will love the personality quiz and personalized solutions Primack offers for being selective, creative, and healthy with social media use.

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A Companion to Steven Spielberg Audiobook

A Companion to Steven Spielberg

Author: Nigel Morris Narrator: Eric Jason Martin Release Date: September 2021

A Companion to Steven Spielberg provides an authoritative collection of essays exploring the achievements and legacy of one of the most influential film directors of the modern era. - Offers comprehensive coverage of Spielberg's directorial output, from early works, including Duel, The Sugarland Express, and Jaws, to recent films - Explores Spielberg's contribution to the development of visual effects and computer games, as well as the critical and popular reception of his films - Topics include in-depth analyses of Spielberg's themes, style, and filming techniques; commercial and cultural significance of the Spielberg 'brand' and his parallel career as a producer; and collaborative projects with artists and composers - Brings together an international team of renowned scholars and emergent voices, balancing multiple perspectives and critical approaches - Creates a timely and illuminating resource which acknowledges the ambiguity and complexity of Spielberg's work, and reflects its increasing importance to film scholarship

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A Death Not Foretold: A Glenmore Park Novella Audiobook

A Death Not Foretold: A Glenmore Park Novella

Author: Mike Omer Narrator: Eric Jason Martin Release Date: September 2021

No one can foretell their own death . . . Detectives Hannah and Bernard are called to investigate the violent death of Jacqueline Mune. But what seems to be a straightforward case of a shooting in a bad neighborhood turns out to be a lot more complicated. Jacqueline had been a psychic, doing tarot readings and selling mystic medicines and oils. And it seems like everyone around her had a reason to want her dead. Jacqueline was not able to see her own future in the cards. Now it's up to the detectives to look into the past, and figure out the identity of a killer.

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Mafia Hit Man: Carmine DiBiase, The Wiseguy Who Really Killed Joey Gallo Audiobook

Mafia Hit Man: Carmine DiBiase, The Wiseguy Who Really Killed Joey Gallo

Author: Frank Dimatteo, Michael Benson Narrator: Eric Jason Martin Release Date: September 2021

Who really killed 'Crazy Joe' Gallo? It wasn't Frank 'The Irishman' Sheeran as he claimed. 'Sober, he was nothing, but drunk he would blow your head off.' That's how Pete the Greek described Carmine 'Sonny' DiBiase, the Colombo crime family hitman who'd been terrorizing Manhattan's Little Italy since he was a kid. After beating and robbing a local tailor and doing time in reformatory, Sonny set up operations at the Mayfair Boys Civic and Social Club, an illegal poolroom where he shot and killed his best friend on Christmas day . . . A prime suspect of this and other crimes, Sonny went on the lam and off the grid for seven years. He then surrendered himself to police, was tried for murder and sentenced to death. But after a second trial, he walked away a free man-free to kill again. Joey 'Crazy Joe' Gallo and his President Street mob waged a deadly Mafia civil war with the Colombo crime family, and in particular, Carmine 'the Snake' Persico. And on that fateful night of April 7, 1972, in a Little Italy restaurant, Gallo was assassinated . . . by Carmine 'Sonny' DiBiasi . . . This is the true story of who really whacked Crazy Joey Gallo on that fateful night of April 7, 1972.

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Dark Persuasion: A History of Brainwashing from Pavlov to Social Media Audiobook

Dark Persuasion: A History of Brainwashing from Pavlov to Social Media

Author: Joel E. Dimsdale Narrator: Eric Jason Martin Release Date: August 2021

A harrowing account of brainwashing's pervasive role in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries This gripping book traces the evolution of brainwashing from its beginnings in torture and religious conversion into the age of neuroscience and social media. When Pavlov introduced scientific approaches, his research was enthusiastically supported by Lenin and Stalin, setting the stage for major breakthroughs in tools for social, political, and religious control. Tracing these developments through many of the past century's major conflagrations, Dimsdale narrates how when World War II erupted, governments secretly raced to develop drugs for interrogation. Brainwashing returned to the spotlight during the Cold War in the hands of the North Koreans and Chinese. In response, a huge Manhattan Project of the Mind was established to study memory obliteration, indoctrination during sleep, and hallucinogens. Cults used the techniques as well. Nobel laureates, university academics, intelligence operatives, criminals, and clerics all populate this shattering and dark story-one that hasn't yet ended.

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High Ten: An Inspiring Story About Building Great Team Culture Audiobook

High Ten: An Inspiring Story About Building Great Team Culture

Author: Martin Rooney Narrator: Eric Jason Martin Release Date: July 2021

In High Ten: An Inspiring Story About Building Great Team Culture, Martin Rooney draws from his extensive experience developing top-level teams around the world to help leaders of all kinds foster and sustain winning cultures. This engaging parable shows you that every business, sports team, and family has a culture. Whether you deliberately created it or not, it's always there and it didn't come with a manual. That's where High Ten comes in. This must-have book is your personal leadership manual. Stop spending your day unhappy or complaining about a dream that hasn't come true. High Ten will help you: create an environment where your people work towards common goals with friends they trust-and have fun doing it; develop clarity about the culture you want and put the processes in place to make it happen; ensure your culture reflects core values and aligns with your organization's mission and vision; transform your culture into the 'immune system' for your team or business; and learn about the '3 Cornerstones of Culture' and eliminate the '5 Culture Killers.' High Ten: An Inspiring Story About Building Great Team Culture is an invaluable resource for all coaches and leaders striving to achieve the highest level of culture-one where everyone feels like a valuable part of the team and consistently produces exceptional results.

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Barbarians at the Gate: The Fall of RJR Nabisco Audiobook

Barbarians at the Gate: The Fall of RJR Nabisco

Author: Bryan Burrough, John Helyar Narrator: Eric Jason Martin Release Date: June 2021

“One of the finest, most compelling accounts of what happened to corporate America and Wall Street in the 1980’s.” —New York Times Book Review A #1 New York Times bestseller and arguably the best business narrative ever written, Barbarians at the Gate is the classic account of the fall of RJR Nabisco. An enduring masterpiece of investigative journalism by Bryan Burrough and John Helyar, it includes a new afterword by the authors that brings this remarkable story of greed and double-dealings up to date twenty years after the famed deal. The Los Angeles Times calls Barbarians at the Gate, “Superlative.” The Chicago Tribune raves, “It’s hard to imagine a better story...and it’s hard to imagine a better account.” And in an era of spectacular business crashes and federal bailouts, it still stands as a valuable cautionary tale that must be heeded.

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Politics: A Very Short Introduction Audiobook

Politics: A Very Short Introduction

Author: Kenneth Minogue Narrator: Eric Jason Martin Release Date: June 2021

In Politics: A Very Short Introduction, Kenneth Minogue begins with a discussion of issues arising from a historical account of politics, and goes on to offer chapters dealing with the Ancient Greeks and the idea of citizenship; Roman law; medieval Christianity and individualism; freedom since Machiavelli and Hobbes; the challenge of ideologies; democracy, oligarchy, and bureaucracy; power and order in modern society; and politics in the West.

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The Plague Year: America in the Time of Covid Audiobook

The Plague Year: America in the Time of Covid

Author: Lawrence Wright Narrator: Eric Jason Martin Release Date: June 2021

Brought to you by Penguin. 'In the twenty-first century, infectious disease seemed like a nuisance, not like a mortal threat' Just as Lawrence Wright's The Looming Tower became the defining account of our century's first devastating event, 9/11, so The Plague Year will become the defining account of the second. The story starts with the initial moments of Covid's appearance in Wuhan and ends with Joseph Biden's inauguration in an America ravaged by well over 400,000 deaths - a mortality already some ten times worse than US combat deaths in the entire Vietnam War. This is an anguished, furious memorial to a year in which all of America's great strengths - its scientific knowledge, its great civic and intellectual institutions, its spirit of voluntarism and community - were brought low, not by a terrifying new illness alone, but by political incompetence and cynicism on a scale for which there has been no precedent. With insight, sympathy, clarity and rage, The Plague Year allows the reader to see the unfolding of this great tragedy, talking with individuals on the front line, bringing together many moving and surprising stories and painting a devastating picture of a country literally and fatally misled. © Lawrence Wright 2021 (P) Penguin Audio 2021

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