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She: Understanding Feminine Psychology Audiobook

She: Understanding Feminine Psychology

Author: Robert A. Johnson Narrator: Josh Bloomberg Release Date: August 2021

What does it mean to be a woman? What is the pathway to mature femininity? And what of the masculine components of a woman's personality? Robert A. Johnson explores these questions in this new edition of She, updated to reflect the growth of his thinking on these subjects. Many writers and scholars have long considered that the ancient myth of Amor and Psyche is really the story of a woman's task of becoming whole, complete, and individuated. Here, examining this ancient story in depth and lightening up the details, Johnson has produced an arresting and perceptive exploration of what it means to become a woman. You will not listen to this book without understanding the important women in your life and a good deal more about yourself as a woman.

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The Future You: Break Through the Fear and Build the Life You Want Audiobook

The Future You: Break Through the Fear and Build the Life You Want

Author: Brian David Johnson Narrator: Josh Bloomberg Release Date: January 2021

In the first book of its kind, an acclaimed futurist gives readers the tools they need to envision and create the future they want. If you’re like most people, thinking about tomorrow makes you anxious. You may have dreams of what you want to do or where you want to be in the next few months, years, or decade, but you’re fearful because you don’t know what may await. Unfortunately, this apprehension affects how you make decisions today—the kind of decisions that will impact your life tomorrow.  Acclaimed futurist Brian David Johnson has spent a quarter century helping governments, Fortune 500 corporations, and other organizations chart successful paths forward by showing them what the world will soon look like. Now, he uses his prognosticator’s skill to help you be your best self—to help you see the future, and your place in it, in a new light. Johnson’s method isn’t magic and doesn’t rely on a crystal ball. It’s grounded in science and highly practical. In Future You, he lays out a series of pragmatic steps to help you better understand the present and to actually envision your tomorrow. In this groundbreaking, eye-opening guide, he makes clear that you’re responsible for creating the future you want—and you have the power to do it. The Future You encourages you to dream about your tomorrow—and gives you the tools to make it real. Supplemental enhancement PDF accompanies the audiobook.

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Mapping the Bones Audiobook

Mapping the Bones

Author: Jane Yolen Narrator: Josh Bloomberg, Rebecca Gibel Release Date: January 2021

From the bestselling and award-winning author of The Devil's Arithmetic, Jane Yolen, comes her first Holocaust novel in nearly thirty years. Influenced by Dr. Mengele's sadistic experimentations, this story follows twins as they travel from the Lodz ghetto, to the partisans in the forest, to a horrific concentration camp where they lose everything but each other. It's 1942 in Poland, and the world is coming to pieces. At least that's how it seems to Chaim and Gittel, twins whose lives feel like a fairy tale torn apart, with evil witches, forbidden forests, and dangerous ovens looming on the horizon. But in all darkness there is light, and the twins find it through Chaim's poetry and the love they have for each other. Like the bright flame of a Yahrzeit candle, his words become a beacon of memory so that the children and grandchildren of survivors will never forget the atrocities that happened during the Holocaust. Filled with brutality and despair, this is also a story of poetry and strength, in which a brother and sister lose everything but each other. Nearly thirty years after the publication of her award-winning and bestselling The Devil's Arithmetic and Briar Rose, Yolen once again returns to World War II and captivates audiences with the authenticity and power of her words.

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Shoes of the Shoah: The Tomorrow of Yesterday Audiobook

Shoes of the Shoah: The Tomorrow of Yesterday

Author: Dorothy Pierce Narrator: Emily Lawrence, Josh Bloomberg Release Date: December 2020

Henny had just graduated from high school when the Germans invaded Lithuania. Her care-free life rapidly changed from a life of privilege to a living hell. Simply because she was Jewish. The horrors inflicted upon the Jews of Kovno, taken place in the old forts built during Czarist Russia, are not as well known as what happened in the German Nazi camps during World War II. Henny recounts her beautiful life in Kovno before the invasion by the Nazis when she and 35,000 other Jews were put in the ghetto. We hear about the acts of cruelty done to her family and friends. How can one describe seeing friends and relatives ripped from their lives and being cruelly and viciously murdered? Travel with her to the filth and stench of the Kovno ghetto and the Stutthof concentration camp, and walk with her on her death march. Hear about the shoes that miraculously saved her. Henny’s story is one of courage, hope and the will to live. It is the heart-breaking story of surviving the most horrible experiences imaginable. Hopefully, her story will inspire those in dire conditions and remind us of what we as humans are capable of doing.

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We Promised You a Great Main Event: An Unauthorized WWE History Audiobook

We Promised You a Great Main Event: An Unauthorized WWE History

Author: Bill Hanstock Narrator: Josh Bloomberg Release Date: October 2020

Unauthorized. Unrestricted. No holds barred. In We Promised You a Great Main Event, longtime sports journalist Bill Hanstock pulls back the curtain to give a smart fan’s account of WWE and Vince McMahon’s journey to the top. Untangling the truth behind the official WWE storyline, Hanstock does a deep dive into key moments of the company’s history, from the behind-the-scenes drama at the Montreal Screwjob, to the company’s handling of the Jimmy Snuka scandal, to the real story of the Monday Night Wars. WWE is an extraordinary business success and an underappreciated pop cultural phenomenon. While WWE soared to prominence during the Hulk Hogan years, as the stakes grew more and more extreme, wrestlers faced steroid scandals and assault allegations. The whole story is here, good, bad, and ugly, from the heights of iconic cultural moments like Wrestlemania III to the arrival of global superstars like The Rock and John Cena. We Promised You a Great Main Event is an exhaustive, fun account of the McMahon family and WWE’s unprecedented rise. Drawing on a decade of covering wrestling, Bill Hanstock synthesizes insights from historians, journalists, and industry insiders with his own deep research to produce the most up-to-date, entertaining history of WWE available. Full of amazing characters and astonishing stories from the ring to corporate boardrooms, it is a story as audacious as any WWE spectacle. 

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Conspiracy to Riot: The Life and Times of One of the Chicago 7 Audiobook

Conspiracy to Riot: The Life and Times of One of the Chicago 7

Author: Lee Weiner Narrator: Josh Bloomberg Release Date: August 2020

In March 1969, eight young men were indicted by the federal government for conspiracy to incite a riot. Some of them barely knew one another, having come together briefly to protest the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago and the war in Vietnam. First dubbed the 'Conspiracy 8' and later the 'Chicago 7,' the group included firebrands like Abbie Hoffman and Bobby Seale, but also a little-known community activist and social worker named Lee Weiner, who was just as surprised as the rest of the country when his name was called. The ensuing trial was a media sensation, and it changed Weiner's life forever. But as he recalls in his memoir, the actions that brought him before a jury and a vindictive government were part of a long tradition of American radicalism that had shaped him from an early age and remain directly relevant to today's efforts to change America for the better. From Weiner's Jewish family's leftist political roots to wild anti-war demonstrations on the streets and high-profile political appointments, Conspiracy to Riot shows how commitment to your ideals can change your destiny-for better and for worse.

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Mesillat Yesharim: The Path of the Just Audiobook

Mesillat Yesharim: The Path of the Just

Author: Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto Narrator: Josh Bloomberg Release Date: July 2020

The classic work by Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto one of the modern day sages of Jewish literature. This work is universally studied across all sectrums of Jewish learning and is undisputedly recognised as the foremost work in Jewish ethics and self improvement. In the authors own words 'I have written this work not to teach men what they do not know, but to remind them of what they already know and is very evident to them, for you will find in most of my words only things which most people know, and concerning which they entertain no doubts.' This work is eye opening in its understanding of human nature and our place in the world as well as the concrete steps necessary for everyone to achieve as much as they can with their unique talents and circumstances.

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The Oppenheimer Alternative Audiobook

The Oppenheimer Alternative

Author: Robert J. Sawyer Narrator: Josh Bloomberg Release Date: June 2020

Writing with a sense of wonder that hasnt prevailed since the days of Heinlein (Books in Canada), bestnovel Hugo and Nebula Award winner Robert J. Sawyer brings you a truly science-fictional work of alternate history (S.M. Stirling). While J. Robert Oppenheimer and his Manhattan Project team struggle to develop the A-bomb, Edward Teller wants something even more devastating: a weapon based on nuclear fusionthe mechanism that powers the sun. But Tellers research leads to a terrifying discovery: by the year 2030, the sun will eject its outermost layer, destroying the entire inner solar systemincluding Earth. After the war ends, Oppenheimers physicists combine forces with Albert Einstein, computing pioneer John von Neumann, and rocket designer Wernher von Braunthe greatest scientific geniuses from the last century racing against time to save our future. Meticulously researched and replete with real-life characters and events, The Oppenheimer Alternative is a breathtaking adventure through both real and alternate history.

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In Search of Safety: Voices of Refugees Audiobook

In Search of Safety: Voices of Refugees

Author: Susan Kuklin Narrator: Deepti Gupta, Josh Bloomberg, Vivienne Leheny Release Date: June 2020

Five refugees recount their courageous journeys to America — and the unimaginable struggles that led them to flee their homelands — in a powerful work from the author of Beyond Magenta and We Are Here to Stay. “From 1984, when I was born, until July 16, 2017, when I arrived in the United States, I never lived in a place where there was no war.” — Fraidoon An Iraqi woman who survived capture by ISIS. A Sudanese teen growing up in civil war and famine. An Afghan interpreter for the U.S. Army living under threat of a fatwa. They are among the five refugees who share their stories in award-winning author and photographer Susan Kuklin’s latest masterfully crafted narrative. The five, originally from Afghanistan, Myanmar, South Sudan, Iraq, and Burundi, give gripping first-person testimonies about what it is like to flee war, face violent threats, grow up in a refugee camp, be sold into slavery, and resettle in America. This work is essential reading for understanding the devastating impact of war and persecution — and the power of resilience, optimism, and the will to survive.

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The Philosophy Cure: Lessons on Living from the Great Philosophers Audiobook

The Philosophy Cure: Lessons on Living from the Great Philosophers

Author: Laurence Devillairs Narrator: Josh Bloomberg Release Date: April 2020

The wisdom of famous philosophers distilled into practical takeaways for modern listeners. For centuries, philosophers have considered the “big questions” of human life, mulling over everything from ethics to the definition of reality. Their ideas and insights are powerful and innovative, but often inaccessible and far too academic for most listeners. In The Philosophy Cure: Lessons on Living from the Great Philosophers, scholar and expert on Cartesian philosophy, Laurence Devillairs has stripped away the convoluted language, translating the core ideas and wisdom of some of the most prominent philosophers into simple concepts for modern listeners. She skillfully reveals that far from being impractical or distantly academic, philosophy is, at its heart, a deeply useful discipline ultimately concerned with what it means to live a good and fulfilling life. Perfect for listeners who are intrigued with philosophy, but who are uninterested in listening to dense academic texts, The Philosophy Cure reveals the true wisdom of the best-known philosophers—from Socrates to Kant and Descartes. A Macmillan Audio production from St. Martin's Essentials

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Beast: Face-To-Face with the Florida Bigfoot Audiobook

Beast: Face-To-Face with the Florida Bigfoot

Author: Watt Key Narrator: Josh Bloomberg Release Date: April 2020

Beast is a fast-paced adventure of guts and survival with a paranormal twist, from acclaimed author Watt Key. Adam says he can't remember where he was for the two months he went missing in a Florida swamp. That's not true. He does remember. The truth: He was driving with his parents, and the car crashed when his father swerved to avoid colliding with a giant Sasquatch-like creature standing in the highway. Haunted by his parents' disappearance and hounded for claiming to have seen Bigfoot, Adam sets off into the deadly wilderness on a hunt for answers as to what really happened that night. The answer he finds is more terrifying-and more fascinating-than he could have imagined. A Macmillan Audio production from Farrar, Straus and Giroux

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The Kabbalistic Murder Code Audiobook

The Kabbalistic Murder Code

Author: Nathan Erez Narrator: Josh Bloomberg Release Date: February 2020

A professor from Jerusalem, an expert in decoding ancient Hebrew manuscripts, is hired to carry out a mysterious task, one that sends him to three continents. He becomes entangled in a web of murders that leave him deeply puzzled. However, he quickly discovers that if he does not succeed in deciphering the enigmatic manuscripts, through his in-depth knowledge of Kabbalah, the lives of many people-including his own family-will be endangered. Interwoven within this exciting tale are curious passages reviewing the many conquests that the city of Jerusalem has endured during its long history. Their relevance and significance become clear only at the end of the book. The Kabbalistic Murder Code is an exciting and fast-paced thriller. Thanks to its unique structure and enriching subject matter (the secret wisdom of Kabbalah), you simply cannot put it down. The drama's surprising solution integrates Kabbalistic elements and weaves the whole to a magical picture, leaving the listener almost breathless. It has been translated to date into four languages.

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