Audiobooks Narrated by Gabriela Garcia

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  1. The Silence of Scheherazade Audiobook The Silence of Scheherazade
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  2. Think Big: Take Small Steps and Build the Future You Want Audiobook Think Big: Take Small Steps and Build the Future You Want
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  3. Appetite: A Memoir in Recipes of Family and Food Audiobook Appetite: A Memoir in Recipes of Family and Food
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  4. A Line to Kill: from the global bestselling author of Moonflower Murders Audiobook A Line to Kill: from the global bestselling author of Moonflower Murders
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  5. Such a Quiet Place Audiobook Such a Quiet Place
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  6. 1979 Audiobook 1979
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  7. The Reckoning: America's Trauma and Finding a Way to Heal Audiobook The Reckoning: America's Trauma and Finding a Way to Heal
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  8. Land of Big Numbers Audiobook Land of Big Numbers
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  9. Gene Keys: Embracing Your Higher Purpose Audiobook Gene Keys: Embracing Your Higher Purpose
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  10. What We Find Audiobook What We Find
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El buque del diablo (Devil's Ship) Audiobook

El buque del diablo (Devil's Ship)

Author: Ildefonso Arenas Narrator: Gabriela Garcia, Martin Untrojb Release Date: July 2021

El Imperio Otomano se alió con Alemania y Austria-Hungría en la Primera Guerra Mundial. Esto resultó, entre otras consecuencias catastróficas, en la guerra que duró dos años más de lo que debería, las dos revoluciones rusas de 1917 y la dictadura bolchevique, el genocidio del pueblo armenio, quince millones de muertos y el desmembramiento del Imperio Otomano, con el nacimiento de una miríada de nuevos Estados en Oriente Medio cuya inestabilidad social, económica y política sigue sin resolverse un siglo después. Si en los albores de la Primera Guerra Mundial el crucero de batalla alemán SMS Goeben,aislado en medio del Mediterráneo, no hubiera esquivado con su audacia y astucia a las marinas francesa y británica, para buscar refugio más allá de los Dardanelos, nada de todo esto habría sucedido. Esta es la historia no sólo de Goeben,sino también del hombre que la comandó; la historia de un hombre que, actuando por su cuenta, bajo sus propios criterios, cambió el destino del mundo.

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Of Women and Salt Audiobook

Of Women and Salt

Author: Gabriela Garcia Narrator: Frankie Corzo, Gabriela Garcia Release Date: April 2021

The New York Times Bestseller 'Extraordinary . . . stunning' Elizabeth Macneal, author of The Doll Factory 'Vivid details, visceral prose and strong willful women' Angie Cruz, author of Dominicana 'Vivid, engrossing, luminous' Sharlene Teo, author of Ponti Five generations of women, linked by blood and circumstance, by the secrets they share, and by a single book passed down through a family, with an affirmation scrawled in its margins: We are force. We are more than we think we are. 1866, Cuba: María Isabel is the only woman employed at a cigar factory, where each day the workers find strength in daily readings of Victor Hugo. But these are dangerous political times, and as María begins to see marriage and motherhood as her only options, the sounds of war are approaching. 1959, Cuba: Dolores watches her husband make for the mountains in answer to Fidel Castro’s call to arms. What Dolores knows, though, is that to survive, she must win her own war, and commit an act of violence that threatens to destroy her daughter Carmen’s world. 2016, Miami: Carmen, still wrestling with the trauma of displacement, is shocked when her daughter Jeanette announces her plans to travel to Cuba to see her grandmother Dolores. In the walls of her crumbling home lies a secret, one that will link Jeanette to her past, and to this fearless line of women. From nineteenth-century cigar factories to present-day detention centres, from Cuba to the United States to Mexico, Gabriela Garcia’s Of Women and Salt follows Latina women of fierce pride, bound by the stories passed between them. It is a haunting meditation on the choices of mothers and the tenacity of women who choose to tell their truth despite those who wish to silence them. For fans of American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins and Girl, Woman, Other by Bernardine Evaristo.

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El Bosque (The Forest) Audiobook

El Bosque (The Forest)

Author: Nell Leyshon Narrator: Gabriela Garcia Release Date: April 2021

In a Warsaw occupied by the German army, little Pawel - imaginative, curious and impressionable - grows up protected in the familiar atmosphere of his home, surrounded by women: his maternal grandmother, his aunt Joanna and, above all, his mother Zofia, a woman divided between love for her son and regret for the loss of independence that motherhood imposes on her, distancing her from her cello, from her longed-for readings and, ultimately, from her most intimate self. For Pawel, that home is his world, and he is about to lose it. One night, his father, a member of the resistance, brings home a seriously wounded British pilot, triggering a series of events that forces mother and son to flee and hide in the woods. Decades later, Pawel and Zofia live in England. He, however, is unable to leave behind the memory of that forest, in which for months he and his mother survived refugees in a stable. Far from what was familiar to him and in the midst of nature -in that limbo full of calm, beauty and mystery-, for the first time the elusive and fearful child dared to explore the world around him. The forest will forever represent a hinge between its two existences, in Poland and England. A new life that would be almost perfect if it weren't for the secrets that, when they come to light, open a gap that separates him from Zofia ... An intimate and moving novel about the always special relationship of a mother and a son, the discovery of nature, and on how art can save people's lives even in the most hopeless existential circumstances.

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Mujeres de la Biblia Hablan Hoy (Women of the Bible Speak Today): Reales, Relevantes y Radicales (Sp Audiobook

Mujeres de la Biblia Hablan Hoy (Women of the Bible Speak Today): Reales, Relevantes y Radicales (Sp

Author: Jorge Enrique Diaz, Miryam Picott Narrator: Gabriela Garcia Release Date: March 2021

Mujeres de la Biblia hablan hoy explora la vida de mujeres de la Biblia: mujeres de carne y hueso, con una extensa variedad de trasfondos y culturas, muchas de las cuales enfrentaron terribles dificultades y salieron victoriosas. Cada relato esta escrito para ayudar a la mujer de hoy, ya sea soltera, casada, madre o abuela, a conectar con las mujeres de la Biblia para que pueda aplicar las lecciones de sus vidas a la vida diaria de hoy. Cada capitulo incluye un perfil de una mujer biblica junto a los pasajes biblicos que relatan su historia. El relato resalta sus virtudes y sus defectos, sus glorias y sus pecados, sus triunfos y sus derrotas. Al cierre de cada capitulo, se ofrecen un resumen practico y preguntas para reflexionar individualmente o para discutir en grupo. Las historias de estas mujeres de la Biblia son reales, relevantes y radicales, y todavia nos hablan a nuestras vidas hoy, animandonos a que nosotros tambien marquemos una diferencia. Mujeres de la Biblia hablan hoy [Women of the Bible Speak Today] explores the lives of female heroes in Scripture: women of flesh and blood, from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds, many of whom faced terrible difficulties and came out victorious. Each story is told in such a way as to help women of today-singles, wives, mothers, and grandmothers-connect with the women of the Bible so that they can apply the lessons they embody to daily life today. Each chapter includes a profile of a biblical woman along with Scripture passages related to her story. The story highlights the woman's strengths and weaknesses, her glory and her sin, her triumphs and her failures. The end of each chapter provides a practical summary and questions for individual reflection or group discussion. The stories of these women of the Bible are real, relevant, and radical, and they still speak to our lives today, encouraging us to make a difference as well.

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Gritos y susurros Audiobook

Gritos y susurros

Author: Denise Dresser Narrator: Ana Cecilia Celestino, Elka Rodriguez, Gabriela Garcia, Monica Stever Release Date: March 2015

Los textos reunidos es este libro dan palabra y voz a 38 mujeres mexicanas de mundos diversos y trayectorias diferentes, reunidas con el afAn de contestar las siguientes preguntas: QuE te ha tomado por sorpresa? En quE momentos y frente a quE circunstancias te has sentido poco preparada? QuE ha sido aquello que ha constituido un reto inusual y desconcertante para ti? A travEs de textos eclEcticos y heterogEneos, las autoras invitan al lector a explorar sus propias interrupciones, y a visitar sus propios momentos de desconcierto y descubrimiento. El resultado final es un libro con frecuencia revelador, a ratos estremecedor, siempre fascinante.

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Libranos del mal Audiobook

Libranos del mal

Author: Ernestina Sodi Narrator: Gabriela Garcia Release Date: June 2009

Es la real y cruda narraciOn de uno de los secuestros que mayor consternaciOn ha causado en la opiniOn pUblica mexicana. Escrito por Ernestina Sodi que junto con su hermana Laura Zapata fueron privadas de su libertad, golpeadas y encerradas con los ojos vendados, mientras los secuestradores iniciaban las negociaciones para pedir su rescate. A los 18 dIas liberaron a Laura Zapata, pero Ernestina Sodi permaneciO por tres meses en cautiverio mientras la familia terminaba de completar la suma exigida. Sometida a maltratos fIsicos y psicolOgicos este es el testimonio de su encierro. Con su cautivante narraciOn la protagonista y escritora nos introduce en el mundo violento del crimen organizado, asI como tambiEn nos hace partIcipes del grave daNo causado a ella y a tantas vIctimas de secuestro y sus familias. Ernestina Sodi relata a corazOn abierto cOmo logrO mantener la esperanza debido a su gran amor por la vida y su fe en Dios.

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