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  1. The Promise: WINNER OF THE BOOKER PRIZE 2021 Audiobook The Promise: WINNER OF THE BOOKER PRIZE 2021
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  2. Dune Audiobook Dune
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  3. The Christmas Escape Audiobook The Christmas Escape
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  4. Good Vibes, Good Life: How Self-Love Is the Key to Unlocking Your Greatness Audiobook Good Vibes, Good Life: How Self-Love Is the Key to Unlocking Your Greatness
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  5. Empireland: How Imperialism Has Shaped Modern Britain Audiobook Empireland: How Imperialism Has Shaped Modern Britain
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  6. As Good As Dead Audiobook As Good As Dead
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  7. How to Kill Your Family Audiobook How to Kill Your Family
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  8. Never Audiobook Never
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  9. Will: The Sunday Times Bestselling Autobiography Audiobook Will: The Sunday Times Bestselling Autobiography
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  10. Touch of Regret Audiobook Touch of Regret
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Doris Lessing: A collection of six BBC Radio readings and dramatisations Audiobook

Doris Lessing: A collection of six BBC Radio readings and dramatisations

Dramatisations and readings of novels and short stories by Nobel laureate Doris Lessing - plus a bonus documentary, Open Book, examining her life and career One of the most celebrated and important authors of the 20th Century, Doris Lessing was awarded a Nobel Prize for the 'visionary power' of her fiction, which spans a variety of genres and explores themes such as racism, feminism and social and political upheaval. This collection includes the radio productions of three of her acclaimed novels and four short stories, as well as a fascinating discussion of her life and work. The Good Terrorist - Olivia Vinall stars in this adaptation of Doris Lessing's satire of incompetent revolutionaries in a London squat. Lucy Grange - Exiled from the sophistication of her homeland, stylish Lucy seeks solace and comfort, and learns 'to accept the second-rate'. Read by Estelle Kohler. The Grass is Singing - In this powerful exploration of racial politics in 1940s Rhodesia, adapted from Doris Lessing's first novel, a white woman's troubled relationship with her black houseboy comes to a violent end. Starring Alison Pettit and Tracy-Ann Oberman. Flight - A laughing, teasing granddaughter and a dovecote full of strutting birds are an old man's only escape from his cold family home. Read by Jack Klaff. The Golden Notebook - Susannah Harker stars in this dramatisation of Doris Lessing's ground-breaking novel about marriage, motherhood, mental breakdown and communism. The Death of a Chair - A lived-in chair is bought at auction, where it begins its final journey towards discovery and destruction. Read by Barbara Marten. Open Book: Doris Lessing Mariella Frostrup talks to Doris Lessing about her long and extraordinarily varied writing career.

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Genesis Antarctica Audiobook

Genesis Antarctica

Author: Gordon Keirle-Smith Narrator: Bill Homewood, Estelle Kohler, Gordon Keirle-Smith Release Date: April 2017

GENESIS ANTARCTICA - The Complete Zandernatis Trinity Taking the visionary epic, forbidden history and conspiracy to new levels Genesis Antarctica is a multi-faceted work based on ancient documents discovered under the Antarctic ice in 1962 by the Australian Vostok Traverse Expedition. Known as the Haakon Urn'texts, these unique writings pre-date all other early civilizations (including legendary Atlantis, Lemuria and Mu) by several tens of thousands of years. Its core heroic saga based on The Song of Gorin, one of the few literary documents among the texts, evokes the Architects of Civilization, the role they played in defining Paradise'for their children and the pivotal challenge to its survival that led to an inevitable demise. This monumental narrative is presented as a gripping saga , in which a lone protagonist awakens in the Paradise Garden'knowing nothing but his own name. After a series of adventures, he arrives in Zandernatis 'the Golden City' He discovers that while he knows nothing of his own origins, everyone in Zandernatis clearly remembers every detail of all their previous lives. Fulfilling ancient prophesies, the ageing King sends Gorin on a quest to find and recall the heir to the Winged Throne'who was enticed from his ancestral, fortified home by compelling dreams that had plagued him for many months. Guided by a fabulous unihorn, Gorin ultimately meets the Lords of Creation, setting in motion events that culminate in an apocalyptic battle to save Zandernatis from being overrun by an indigenous army, spurred on by swarms of evil allies. The outcome of this conflict reveals the true nature of the Fall from Grace'described in the Biblical Genesis written several millennia after the Song of Gorin and totally misinterpreted ever since. This ongoing storyline is interwoven with insights into the far-reaching repercussions the discovery in Antarctica and its implications are having on our own 21st century society. These include: Reports of the initial find in the international press. The unique characteristics of an ancient society that made religion redundant. Bitter rivalries within Editorial teams on making the texts' sensational content public. Echoes of the pre-glacial civilization in Australian Aborigin Dreamtime mythology. Reports from the Swiss PLMRI Research Institute on its hunt for subjects with past life memories set in temperate Antarctica. Martha Calbrow's unique Dreaming Diary recording her initial Out of Body Experience and vision of time spinning backwards, together with corroborative descriptions of events described in the Haakon texts. The reincarnation debate in social media sparked by the Haakon revelations, plus examples of vehement repudiation from religious conservatives. The emergence of a "Neo-Zandernatist" movement designed to promote the principles behind the ancient writings. A sensational discovery in 2013, solving a 37 year old mystery and revealing a concerted conspiracy (with intimations of CIA involvement) to keep the Haakon findings out of the public arena. All of this material, with its broad scope, variety and contrasted approaches is only the beginning of what every individual reader may make of it For we should never forget that Genesis Antarctica is "as real as you need it to be".

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Zandernatis - Volume One - Pre-Destination Audiobook

Zandernatis - Volume One - Pre-Destination

Author: Gordon Keirle-Smith Narrator: Bill Homewood, Estelle Kohler, Gordon Keirle-Smith Release Date: April 2017

ZANDERNATIS - PRE-DESTINATION INTRODUCING A NEW LITERARY GENRE - THE META-REALIST ALLEGORY Facts stifled for 50 years revealed at last! In 1962 a cache of ancient urns was discovered in Antarctica dating back tens of thousands of years. They contained writings proving our ancestral myths and lore are actually rooted in the history and culture of a pre-glacial utopian civilization... Zandernatis - Predestination sets the scene and describes the opening of the most fascinating story contained in these texts: The Song of Gorin, an epic poem describing what really led up to the Fall of Man in Paradise. Initially, it reads like a fable except that here it is backed by robust corroborative evidence and endorsements from researchers, the media and eminent experts, despite establishment efforts to block publication. Legends suddenly become plausible! Volume One of the Trinity breaks the silence, laying the foundations of this multi-faceted revelation, combining alternative history conspiracy theory allegorical fantasy suppressed archaeology past life memory research Via a wealth of material: Substantial "retold" extracts from the epic "Song of Gorin" - the most revealing narrative discovered among the Haakon Urn writings. Transcription of a BBC Radio 4 interview with Gordon Keirle-Smith discussing his role in the project. Press cuttings from the international press announcing the discovery of the urns An article revealing the influence of pre-glacial civilization in Australian aboriginal culture A chronology of the Zandernation kings covering 3,000 years An article on Areligionism in Zandernation society The hunt for subjects with past life memories of Zandernatis, carried out by the PLMRI (Past Life Research Memory Institute) based in Lucerne, Switzerland A comprehensive bibliography of all the documents discovered in the Haakon Urns. And all of this in a single work defining the format of this new genre: the meta-realist allegory. This work puts forward a viable alternative to the Genesis, Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve, Fall of Man myth. Viability backed by hieroglyphic and archaeological research, the deciphering of ancient manuscripts and controversial revelations. The links with aboriginal legends also reveal evidence of migration from Antarctica to Australia and Patagonia as the "great white continent" cooled. Past Life Regression is evoked in connection with this civilization in a search to find subjects with memories of living in an advanced pre-glacial civilization. We discover that reincarnation and recollection of previous lives played an important role in Zandernation society. As a result this was the only civilization in the history of the world that did not need religions, Gods, priests, temples or any other places of worship. Zandernatis is a redefinition of "utopia" that can also set us on a path of self-discovery, opening our potential to see beyond the "here and now", discover the "there and then" and ultimately catch a glimpse of the eternal NOW.

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Zandernatis - Volume Two - Destination Audiobook

Zandernatis - Volume Two - Destination

Author: Gordon Keirle-Smith Narrator: Bill Homewood, Estelle Kohler, Gordon Keirle-Smith Release Date: April 2017

ZANDERNATIS - DESTINATION EXPLORE THE NEW LITERARY GENRE - META-REALIST ALLEGORY Facts stifled for 50 years revealed at last! This second (standalone) book in the Zandernatis Trinity is an excellent place to start discovering the world of "Zandernatis" - Where Legends Were Born. These books "retell" the epic "Song of Gorin", one of the many texts contained in the mysterious "Haakon Urns" discovered under the Antarctic ice in 1962 and kept under wraps until now. The documents, dating back to a pre-glacial era when Antarctica was in more temperate latitudes, reveal the existence of a world whose peoples laid the foundations of all the myths and legends that have persisted in our collective consciousness ever since. These include legends of the Fall and tales of an enigmatic angel civilization. In a heroic quest to find the heir to the winged throne of Zandernatis, Gorin sets out to cross the terrifying Forest of Dissemblance and Deserts of Jerah in the company of an archetypal guide upon which all of our Unicorn lore is based. As in the previous volume, the ancient narrative is accompanied by robust corroborative evidence and compelling endorsements from researchers, the media and eminent experts, despite unrelenting efforts from the establishment to block publication. Legends'can finally be seen in their true perspective! This re-telling of the Song of Gorin'forms the foundation of this multi-faceted revelation, combining; alternative history allegorical fantasy past life memory testimonials fundamentalist condemnation an academic conspiracy” Via a wealth of material: Substantial "retold" extracts from the epic "Song of Gorin" saga– one of the few narrative documents contained in the Haakon Urn writings. In Destination'Gorin braves the dangers beyond the Paradise Garden in his quest for the heir to the winged throne of Zandernatis – and meets the legendary Architects of Civilization”. Based on the British Antarctic Survey, researchers identify the probable location of all the places and landmarks described in Zandernatis”. Transcription of a BBC 2 television interview with Professor J. Harkwood in which he explains why he is so adamantly opposed to the Haakon Urn texts being published as cheap sensationalism for the masses”. The reincarnation debate on the web: Extracts from a Chat Forum and a Catholic Fundamental website A fascinating insight into Zandernatis and the origins of archetypes”. All of this is contained in a single work – defining the format of this new genre: the meta-realist allegory. This work puts forward a viable alternative to the Genesis, Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve, Fall of Man myth. In particular, we discover that reincarnation and recollection of previous lives played an important role in Zandernation society. As a result this was the only civilization in the history of the world that did not need religions, Gods, priests, temples or any other places of worship. Zandernatis is a redefinition of "utopia" that can also set us on a path of self-discovery, opening our potential to see beyond the "here and now", discover the "there and then" and ultimately catch a glimpse of the eternal NOW.

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Zandernatis - Volume Three - Apotheosis Audiobook

Zandernatis - Volume Three - Apotheosis

Author: Gordon Keirle-Smith Narrator: Bill Homewood, Estelle Kohler, Gordon Keirle-Smith Release Date: April 2017

ZANDERNATIS - APOTHEOSIS TAKING META-REALIST ALLEGORY TO NEW HEIGHTS! Stifled for 50 years - the facts behind the "Fall of Man" The Zandernatis Trinity, based on the ancient Haakon Urn texts discovered under the Antarctic ice in 1962, culminates with the events described in the epic "Song of Gorin" saga that shaped the future of a whole civilization - and ultimately our own. For they laid the foundations of the myths and legends from which most of the world's folklore, beliefs and religions subsequently evolved. Furthermore, the unique characteristics of this new literary genre also enable us to keep pace with the fast moving events following the disclosures that burst upon the world with the publication of the first Zandernatis book, "Pre-Destination", in April 2014. By embracing the vision, we contribute to its manifestation. In this volume, the ancient narrative relates the "Great Battle" as the Golden City is attacked by indigenes from beyond the frontiers of "Paradise" backed by their "evil allies" and Gorin's role in challenging them. While in parallel, we learn how Professor Gregson and Gordon Keirle-Smith were finally able to publish their work and allow a secretive "Order" that had been waiting for these events to announce its presence to a needful world. The Apotheosis featured in the "Song of Gorin" and its multi-faceted ancillary material combine; alternative history allegorical fantasy manifestations of the Zandernatis ethos initiatives to expand its influence visions of a new world Order Via a wealth of material: Substantial "retold" extracts from the epic "Song of Gorin" saga - in which Gorin returns to the Golden City, the "Lord Protectors" are summoned to repel the forces of evil and he finally rediscovers his true identity. Sensational disclosures concerning the "stolen" Haakon Urn texts The origins of the NZO and its emergence into light with the publication of its "Manifesto" A contentious legal struggle over the copyright to the Haakon Urn texts Initiatives to integrate the Zandernatis ethos into "popular" culture "Apotheosis" completes this three part viable alternative to the Genesis, Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve, Fall of Man myth. Everything falls into place with an inevitability totally in line with both this ancient civilization's characteristic areligionism and our present need to define our own individual belief systems. It reflects and further endorses previous statements that Zandernatis is a redefinition of "utopia" that can also set us on a path of self-discovery, opening our potential to see beyond the "here and now", discover the "there and then" and ultimately catch a glimpse of the eternal NOW.

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