Audiobooks Narrated by Jonathan Todd Ross

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  1. It Happened One Summer: A Novel Audiobook It Happened One Summer: A Novel
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  2. The Viscount Who Loved Me Audiobook The Viscount Who Loved Me
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  3. Manifest: The Sunday Times bestseller that will change your life Audiobook Manifest: The Sunday Times bestseller that will change your life
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  4. The Dark Queens: The Bloody Rivalry that Forged the Medieval World Audiobook The Dark Queens: The Bloody Rivalry that Forged the Medieval World
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  5. The Dictionary of Lost Words Audiobook The Dictionary of Lost Words
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  6. The Match: From the #1 bestselling creator of the hit Netflix series Stay Close Audiobook The Match: From the #1 bestselling creator of the hit Netflix series Stay Close
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  7. Arsenic and Adobo Audiobook Arsenic and Adobo
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  8. The Cabinet Audiobook The Cabinet
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  9. The Night Circus Audiobook The Night Circus
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  10. Open Mind Audiobook Open Mind
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The Complete Guide to Food Allergies in Adults and Children Audiobook

The Complete Guide to Food Allergies in Adults and Children

Author: Scott H. Sicherer Narrator: Jonathan Todd Ross Release Date: May 2022

The most complete guide to preventing, testing, living with, and treating food allergies in children and adults. In this comprehensive, evidence-based guide for adults and children with food allergies and those who care for them, Dr. Scott H. Sicherer provides all the critical information you need on preventing, testing, living with, and treating food allergies. Organized in an accessible Q&A format and illustrated with case studies, the book thoroughly explains how to prevent exposure to a known allergen at home, at work, at school, in restaurants, and elsewhere. Emphasizing the most recent advances, Sicherer touches on everything from handling an anaphylactic emergency to diagnosing allergies and intolerances, all while detailing chronic health problems caused by food, such as eczema, hives, and gastrointestinal symptoms. He also shares: • the benefits and risks of new therapies • new prevention guidelines • new approaches to improve quality of life and reduce anxiety • the latest insights on adult-onset food allergies • new diagnostic tests now commercially available • approaches shown to increase safety in school • the latest thinking on treating eczema through the diet • new doses and self-injection devices for treating food anaphylaxis • new information about food allergies that affect the gut Dr. Sicherer also reviews food reactions that are not allergic, such as lactose intolerance, irritable bowel syndrome, and celiac disease. He explains how to get adequate nutrition when you must avoid dietary staples and discusses whether allergies ever go away (they do—and sometimes they return). Finally, he includes an allergy and anaphylaxis emergency plan and checklists to reduce crosscontamination. This is the most authoritative and accessible allergy book on the market.

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Ambushed!: The Assassination Plot Against President Garfield Audiobook

Ambushed!: The Assassination Plot Against President Garfield

Author: Gail Jarrow Narrator: Jonathan Todd Ross Release Date: May 2022

James Garfield has only been the United States president for a few days when a stranger begins stalking him. Who is this man? And what does he want from the president? For weeks, the threat to Garfield grows, undetected, until a sudden violent encounter catches Washington by surprise. In this gripping thriller, Sibert Honor-winner Gail Jarrow continues her Medical Fiascoes series by exploring events from the summer of 1881. Anxious Americans intently follow news reports in the aftermath of the stranger’s shocking attack on Garfield. Can the president’s doctors save him? Have their mistakes put him in new danger? Jarrow uncovers these answers and more in the haunting true story about a fiasco that changed the course of political and medical history.

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Dark Stars: New Tales of Darkest Horror Audiobook

Dark Stars: New Tales of Darkest Horror

Dark Stars, edited by John F.D. Taff, is a tribute to horror's longstanding short fiction legacy, featuring 12 terrifying original stories from today's most noteworthy authors, with an introduction by bestselling author Josh Malerman and an afterword by Ramsey Campbell. Within these pages you'll find tales of dead men walking, an insidious secret summer fling, an island harboring unspeakable power, and a dark hallway that beckons. You'll encounter terrible monsters-both human and supernatural-and be forever changed. The stories in Dark Stars run the gamut from traditional to modern, from dark fantasy to neo-noir, from explorations of beloved horror tropes to the unknown-possibly unknowable-threats. It's all in here because it's all out there, now, in horror. Dark Stars features all-new stories from award-winning authors and up-andcoming voices like Stephen Graham Jones, Priya Sharma, Usman T. Malik, Caroline Kepnes, John Langan, and more. Created as an homage to the 1980 classic horror anthology Dark Forces, edited by Kirby McCauley, Dark Stars features an afterword from original contributor Ramsey Campbell-a poignant finale to this bone-chilling collection.

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The 13th Hour: Chaos Audiobook

The 13th Hour: Chaos

Author: Richard Doetsch Narrator: Jonathan Todd Ross Release Date: May 2022

A Mesmerizing Thriller Told in Reverse Richard Doetsch returns with a stand-alone sequel to his international bestseller, The 13th Hour, published in twenty-two countries and optioned by Sony TV On a warm Fourth of July in the quiet New York town of Byram Hills, Nick Quinn watches as his wife and daughter die—along with his closest friends and family—in an unprecedented terrorist attack. Amid the disaster, Nick is approached by one of his closest friends, gunshot and dying. With his last breath, he hands Nick an antique pocket watch that possesses the power to rewrite the recent past. Emotionally shattered and desperate, Nick uses the watch and is shocked to find himself propelled back in time to where he was an hour ago, before the attack on his town. At the top of each hour, the watch sends him back two hours to live one hour again, a backwards march to relive each hour of his day. A twelve-hour journey providing precious but limited time to protect Julia and Katy and uncover the source of the threat. But each time Nick thinks he’s solved the crime and secured the future, he uncovers new levels of deception and betrayal, ultimately revealing a far more sinister plot with unexpected players and grim, global consequences. If Nick hasn’t set things right by the 13th hour, not only will his wife and daughter be lost forever to the chaos, but an even greater catastrophe will be unleashed upon the world. A surprising and utterly original thriller, The 13th Hour: Chaos delivers pure, page-turning suspense—full of double-crosses, shocking turnabouts, and the inexorable power of love.

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Leonardo to the Internet: Technology and Culture from the Renaissance to the Present 3rd Edition Audiobook

Leonardo to the Internet: Technology and Culture from the Renaissance to the Present 3rd Edition

Author: Thomas J. Misa Narrator: Jonathan Todd Ross Release Date: April 2022

Now updated—A comprehensive, 500-year history of technology in society. Historian Thomas J. Misa's sweeping history of the relationship between technology and society over the past 500 years reveals how technological innovations have shaped—and have been shaped by—the cultures in which they arose. Spanning the preindustrial past, the age of scientific, political, and industrial revolutions, as well as the more recent eras of imperialism, modernism, and global security, this compelling work evaluates what Misa calls 'the question of technology.' In this edition, Misa brings his acclaimed text up to date by drawing on current scholarship while retaining sharply drawn portraits of individual people, artifacts, and systems. Each chapter has been honed to relate to contemporary concerns. Globalization, Misa argues, looks differently considering today's virulent nationalism, cultural chauvinism, and trade wars. A new chapter focuses on the digital age from 1990 to 2016. The book also examines how today's unsustainable energy systems, insecure information networks, and vulnerable global shipping have helped foster geopolitical risks and instability and takes a look at the coronavirus pandemic from the perspective of Wuhan, China's high tech district. A masterful analysis of how technology and culture have influenced each other over five centuries, Leonardo to the Internet frames a history that illuminates modern-day problems and prospects faced by our technology-dependent world.

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Inspired: Understanding Creativity: A Journey Through Art, Science, and the Soul Audiobook

Inspired: Understanding Creativity: A Journey Through Art, Science, and the Soul

Author: Matt Richtel Narrator: Jonathan Todd Ross Release Date: April 2022

'Remarkable. This profound volume informs and inspires.' —PW, STARRED review From the Pulitzer Prize–winning New York Times science reporter acclaimed for “bring[ing] scientific concepts to life” (Bill Gates), a pathbreaking new investigation into the mysteries of human creativity How does creativity work? Where does inspiration come from? What are the secrets of our most revered creators? How can we maximize our creative potential? THIS IS THE STORY OF HOW WE CREATE. Creativity defines the human experience. It sparks achievement and innovation in art, science, technology, business, sports, and virtually every activity. It has fueled human progress on a global level, but it equally is the source of profound personal satisfaction for individual creators. And yet the origins of creative inspiration and the methods by which great creators tap into it have long been a source of mystery, spoken of in esoteric terms, our rational understanding shrouded in complex jargon. Until now. Inspired is a book about the science of creativity, distilling an explosion of exciting new research from across the world. Through narrative storytelling, Richtel marries these findings with timeless insight from some of the world’s great creators as he deconstructs the authentic nature of creativity, its biological and evolutionary origins, its deep connection to religion and spirituality, the way it bubbles in each of us, urgent and essential, waiting to be tapped. Many of the questions Richtel addresses are practical: What are the traits of successful creators? Under which conditions does creativity thrive? How can we move past creative blocks? The ultimate message of Inspired is that creativity is more accessible than many might imagine, as necessary, beautiful, and fulfilling as any essential part of human nature.

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Bluebird: A Novel Audiobook

Bluebird: A Novel

Author: Genevieve Graham Narrator: Aven Shore, Jonathan Todd Ross, Nikki Massoud Release Date: April 2022

A dazzling novel set during the Great War and postwar Prohibition about a young nurse, a soldier, and a family secret that binds them together for generations to come—from USA TODAY and repeat #1 bestselling author Genevieve Graham. Present day Cassie Simmons, a museum curator, is enthusiastic about solving mysteries from the past, and she has a personal interest in the history of the rumrunners who ferried illegal booze across the Detroit River during Prohibition. So when a cache of whisky labeled Bailey Brothers' Best is unearthed during a local home renovation, Cassie hopes to find the answers she's been searching for about the legendary family of bootleggers... 1917 Corporal Jeremiah Bailey of the 1st Canadian Tunnelling Company is tasked with planting mines in the tunnels beneath enemy trenches. After Jerry is badly wounded in an explosion, he finds himself in a Belgium field hospital under the care of Adele Savard, one of Canada's nursing sisters, nicknamed "Bluebirds" for their blue gowns and white caps. As Jerry recovers, he forms a strong connection with Adele, who is from a place near his hometown of Windsor, along the Detroit River. In the midst of war, she's a welcome reminder of home, and when Jerry is sent back to the front, he can only hope that he'll see his bluebird again. By war's end, both Jerry and Adele return home to Windsor, scarred by the horrors of what they endured overseas. When they cross paths one day, they have a chance to start over. But the city is in the grip of Prohibition, which brings exciting opportunities as well as new dangerous conflicts that threaten to destroy everything they have fought for. Pulled from the pages of history, Bluebird is a compelling, luminous novel about the strength of the human spirit and the power of love to call us home.

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The Atlantis: The Brink of War Audiobook

The Atlantis: The Brink of War

Author: Gregory Mone Narrator: Jonathan Todd Ross Release Date: April 2022

Even an accidental invasion has dire consequences ... After their daring escape from Atlantis, Lewis, Hanna, and their resourceful Atlantean friend, Kaya, find themselves pulled between two worlds. Trapped on the surface under the watchful eyes of government officials, the three adventurers receive an urgent call to return their stolen warship to Atlantis-or risk starting an all-out war. Aided by a billionaire with unclear intentions, the trio embarks on an all-new journey through Atlantis, from the sunken underwater world of Evenor to the tunnels below Ridge City. Will they find Lewis's injured father and return the warship in time? As the shadowy agents known as Erasers work to stop them, Lewis and Kaya begin to question whether they're really on the same side of the potentially devastating fight. Danger lies deep and the stakes are higher than ever in this adrenaline-pumping sequel to The Accidental Invasion. Finding Atlantis was only the beginning ...

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Split the Pie: A Radical New Way to Negotiate Audiobook

Split the Pie: A Radical New Way to Negotiate

Author: Barry Nalebuff Narrator: Jonathan Todd Ross, Mike Chamberlain, Teri Schnaubelt Release Date: March 2022

From a leading Yale expert and serial entrepreneur, a radical, principled, and field-tested approach that identifies what’s really at stake in any negotiation and ensures you get your half—so you can focus on growing the pie.  Negotiations are incredibly stressful and can bring out the worst in people. Wouldn’t it be better if there were a principled way to negotiate? Wouldn’t it be even better if there were a way to treat people fairly and get treated fairly in a negotiation? Split the Pie offers a new approach that does both—a field-tested method that reframes how negotiations play out. Barry Nalebuff, a professor at Yale School of Management, helps identify what’s really at stake in a negotiation: the “pie.” The negotiation pie is the additional value created through an agreement to work together. Seeing the relevant pie will change how you think about fairness and power in negotiation. You’ll learn how to get half the value you create, no matter your size.  Filled with examples and in-depth case studies, Split the Pie is a practical and theory-based approach to negotiation. You’ll see how it helped reframe a high-stakes negotiation when Coca-Cola purchased Honest Tea, a company Barry cofounded with his former student Seth Goldman. The pie framework also works for everyday negotiations. You’ll learn how to deploy logic to determine truly equitable solutions and employ empathy to expand the pie and sell your solution. Split the Pie allows both sides to focus their energy on making the biggest possible pie—to have your pie and eat it too. Supplemental enhancement PDF accompanies the audiobook.

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Mayo Clinic Guide to Integrative Medicine: Conventional Remedies Meet Alternative Therapies to Trans Audiobook

Mayo Clinic Guide to Integrative Medicine: Conventional Remedies Meet Alternative Therapies to Trans

Author: Brent A. Bauer Narrator: Jonathan Todd Ross Release Date: February 2022

The expertise of Mayo Clinic available to you in this guide to integrative therapiescan help you achieve personal wellness. Discover how techniques and therapies once seen as alternative are being used alongside conventional medicine and how you can integrate them into your life, too, whether you're seeking to manage a chronic condition or boost your overall well-being. Inside this book, you'll read about: • Relaxation techniques that can help keep stress from spiraling out of control • How spirituality, in any form, can bring purpose and meaning to your life • Use of herbs and supplements to help treat a variety of conditions and symptoms • Spa therapies and how they can boost your wellness • Conditions that integrative medicine is commonly used to treat

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The Next Civil War: Dispatches from the American Future Audiobook

The Next Civil War: Dispatches from the American Future

Author: Stephen Marche Narrator: Jonathan Todd Ross Release Date: January 2022

The United States is coming to an end. The only question is how. "Should be required reading for anyone interested in preserving our 246-year experiment in self-government." —The New York Times Book Review * "Well researched and eloquently presented." —The Atlantic * "It's not a matter of if but when: A civil war is on the way...In a time of torment, this is a book well worth reading." —Kirkus Reviews In this deeply researched work of speculative nonfiction that reads like Ezra Klein's Why We're Polarized crossed with David Wallace-Wells's The Uninhabitable Earth, a celebrated journalist takes a fiercely divided America and imagines five chilling scenarios that lead to its collapse, based on in-depth interviews with experts of all kinds. On a small two-lane bridge in a rural county that loathes the federal government, the US Army uses lethal force to end a standoff with hard-right anti-government patriots. Inside an ordinary diner, a disaffected young man with a handgun takes aim at the American president stepping in for an impromptu photo-op, and a bullet splits the hyper-partisan country into violently opposed mourners and revelers. In New York City, a Category 2 hurricane plunges entire neighborhoods underwater and creates millions of refugees overnight—a blow that comes on the heels of a financial crash and years of catastrophic droughts— and tips America over the edge into ruin. These nightmarish scenarios are just three of the five possibilities most likely to spark devastating chaos in the United States that are brought to life in The Next Civil War, a chilling and deeply researched work of speculative nonfiction. Drawing upon sophisticated predictive models and nearly two hundred interviews with experts—civil war scholars, military leaders, law enforcement officials, secret service agents, agricultural specialists, environmentalists, war historians, and political scientists—journalist Stephen Marche predicts the terrifying future collapse that so many of us do not want to see unfolding in front of our eyes. Marche has spoken with soldiers and counterinsurgency experts about what it would take to control the population of the United States, and the battle plans for the next civil war have already been drawn up. Not by novelists, but by colonels. No matter your political leaning, most of us can sense that America is barreling toward catastrophe—of one kind or another. Relevant and revelatory, The Next Civil War plainly breaks down the looming threats to America and is a must-read for anyone concerned about the future of its people, its land, and its government.

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Colliding Worlds: How Cosmic Encounters Shaped Planets and Life Audiobook

Colliding Worlds: How Cosmic Encounters Shaped Planets and Life

Author: Simone Marchi Narrator: Jonathan Todd Ross Release Date: January 2022

Some 4.6 billion years ago, a planetary system was born from a disc of gas and dust surrounding a young star. Specks of dust, pushed into dense clumps, collided, stuck together, and grew. While the gas disappeared, the growing bodies clashed in a final violent phase, leaving a series of planets, and much debris. The planets jostled and moved around as they sought a stable arrangement, knocking many small fragments out of the system altogether while others formed a distant icy fringe. The massive violent collisions of this time gouged out vast craters from the newborn planets, and sometimes created moons. Such was the birth of our Solar System. Only recently have scientists begun to find subtle clues of these ancient, violent times. Remarkably, they are still there, if we look carefully at the Earth's oldest rocks, at Mars and the Moon with their ancient surfaces, and at the asteroids, which are themselves startlingly varied small worlds. Clues are also to be found in the meteorites that have landed on Earth. From such splinters, from the precious collection of lunar rocks brought back by the Apollo astronauts, and the information gleaned by spacecraft and the Mars rovers, we are slowly building up a picture of the early days of the planets. Simone Marchi, a planetary scientist involved with several space missions including Dawn, captures the excitement of these discoveries. We learn of the evidence for an early dramatic rearrangement of the big planets; for a once warm and wet Mars where life perhaps still lurks today; and for the huge collisions that have shaped our own planet and affected life's trajectory upon it. For all their destructive power, cosmic collisions have played a critical role in creation. Without them, we would not exist.

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