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  1. And Away... Audiobook And Away...
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  2. The Man Who Died Twice Audiobook The Man Who Died Twice
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  3. The Betrayals Audiobook The Betrayals
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  4. Win at Losing: How Our Biggest Setbacks Can Lead to Our Greatest Gains Audiobook Win at Losing: How Our Biggest Setbacks Can Lead to Our Greatest Gains
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  5. The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed Audiobook The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed
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  6. A Touch of Darkness Audiobook A Touch of Darkness
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  7. We Should All Be Millionaires: A Woman's Guide to Earning More, Building Wealth, and Gaining Economi Audiobook We Should All Be Millionaires: A Woman's Guide to Earning More, Building Wealth, and Gaining Economi
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  8. Silverview: The Sunday Times Bestseller Audiobook Silverview: The Sunday Times Bestseller
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  9. Flora's Travelling Christmas Shop Audiobook Flora's Travelling Christmas Shop
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  10. The Facilitator, Part 2 Audiobook The Facilitator, Part 2
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Introduction to the Spiritual Life: Walking the Path of Prayer with Jesus Audiobook

Introduction to the Spiritual Life: Walking the Path of Prayer with Jesus

Author: Brant Pitre Narrator: Mark Deakins Release Date: November 2021

A compelling exploration of the biblical foundations, contemplative practices, and spiritual path of Jesus himself-from the bestselling author of The Case for Jesus "What happens when a biblical theologian explores classic spirituality? This book. Pitre's students have asked, Why have we never heard this before? The reader wonders the same."-Dr. David Fagerberg, author of Liturgical Mysticism The path of following Jesus is an ancient and storied spiritual tradition. Yet many believers are not familiar with the three major forms of prayer and the three stages of spiritual growth that exist to bring them closer to God. In his most personal book yet, Dr. Brant Pitre draws on the riches of the Bible, the words of Jesus, and the writings of mystics across the centuries to shed light on the mystery-and wonder-of the spiritual life. Starting with the age-old belief that the path of prayer is not only informative but transformative, Dr. Pitre explores • the scriptural roots of vocal, meditative, and contemplative prayer • the purgative, illuminative, and unitive stages of spiritual growth • the spiritual exercises of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving • the Jewish roots of the Lord's Prayer • Lectio Divina: how to pray with the Bible • seven vices and their seven opposing virtues • the battle of prayer: how to deal with difficulty and distractions • the "dark night of the soul" in the Scriptures Full of sacred truths, contemplative insights, and practical steps, Introduction to the Spiritual Life is a veritable biblical road map of the spiritual landscape that enables us to follow Jesus as our primary guide.

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The Essential Oils Apothecary: Advanced Strategies and Protocols for Chronic Disease and Conditions Audiobook

The Essential Oils Apothecary: Advanced Strategies and Protocols for Chronic Disease and Conditions

Author: Eric Zielinski, Sabrina Ann Zielinski Narrator: Mark Deakins Release Date: September 2021

Soothing practices, healing rituals, and 150+ practical recipes for applying essential oils to the treatment and symptom management of 25 chronic illnesses, including insomnia, libido, fibromyalgia, COPD, anxiety, depression, diabetes. dementia. and more-by the bestselling author of The Healing Power of Essential Oils "The most comprehensive essential oils resource I know . . . I highly recommend it!"-Amy Myers, MD, New York Times bestselling author of The Autoimmune Solution and The Thyroid Connection Extracted directly from the bark, flowers, leaves, resins, and roots of plants, essential oils are highly concentrated plant-based chemical compounds that have been the basis for natural medicine for thousands of years. Whether you apply them topically, ingest them, or diffuse them in the air, they are scientifically proven to work on the body's physiology gently and quickly, which is why more and more people living with chronic conditions-from insomnia, hypertension, and fibromyalgia to Parkinson's, epilepsy, insulin resistance, cancer, and even Alzheimer's disease-are reaching for them as a complementary therapy. Drawing on their authoritative understanding of these powerful concentrations and their mastery of DIY usage, Dr. Eric and Sabrina Ann Zielinski share more than 150 research-backed and easy-to-prepare topical recipes, capsule remedies, and diffusions that work to combat the root causes of all disease: stress, anxiety, and systemic inflammation. Using oils from more than 70 aromatic plants-from copaiba and lemongrass to turmeric and ylang ylang-their healing formulations include: • Earthy Wood Inhaler, the perfect way to bring nature inside-"forest bathing" on demand! • Immune-Boosting Diffuser Blend, to help protect your body against airborne pathogens. • IBD Synergy Capsules, a gentle mixture of coriander, Melissa, and peppermint to soothe and promote gut health • Extra-Strength Bone and Joint Salve, powerful pain relief that uses CBD, frankincense, lavender and wintergreen. • Sensual Body Spray, an alluring scent to help spice up your love life! Easy to prepare and apply, these time-tested recipes and protocols will help you take control of your health and start to enjoy the abundant life again! *Includes a downloadable PDF containing charts and essential oil blend recipes from the book

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What Comes After: A Novel Audiobook

What Comes After: A Novel

Author: Joanne Tompkins Narrator: Kirby Heyborne, Kristen Dimercurio, Mark Deakins Release Date: April 2021

"Nail-biting wallop of a debut ... a thoughtful, unexpectedly optimistic tale." -- The New York Times "If you enjoyed The Searcher by Tana French, read What Comes After by JoAnne Tompkins.… a mystery - and a gritty meditation on loss and redemption, drenched in stillness and grief." -The Washington Post "This debut vibrates with mystery. Why would a teen kill his friend, then himself? Why does the victim's dad take in a pregnant stranger? As the dots slowly connect, the characters reveal their complex humanity and help us touch our own." -People  After the shocking death of two teenage boys tears apart a community in the Pacific Northwest, a mysterious pregnant girl emerges out of the woods and into the lives of those same boys' families-a moving and hopeful novel about forgiveness and human connection. In misty, coastal Washington State, Isaac lives alone with his dog, grieving the recent death of his teenage son, Daniel. Next door, Lorrie, a working single mother, struggles with a heinous act committed by her own teenage son. Separated by only a silvery stretch of trees, the two parents are emotionally stranded, isolated by their great losses-until an unfamiliar sixteen-year-old girl shows up, bridges the gap, and changes everything. Evangeline's arrival at first feels like a blessing, but she is also clearly hiding something. When Isaac, who has retreated into his Quaker faith, isn't equipped to handle her alone, Lorrie forges her own relationship with the girl. Soon all three characters are forced to examine what really happened in their overlapping pasts, and what it all possibly means for a shared future. With a propulsive mystery at its core, What Comes After offers an unforgettable story of loss and anger, but also of kindness and hope, courage and forgiveness. It is a deeply moving account of strangers and friends not only helping each other forward after tragedy, but inspiring a new kind of family.

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Small Magic: Short Fiction, 1977-2020 Audiobook

Small Magic: Short Fiction, 1977-2020

Author: Terry Brooks Narrator: John Lee, Kristen Sieh, Mark Deakins, Scott Brick Release Date: March 2021

Escape to worlds full of adventure and magic in the first-ever Terry Brooks short-story collection, featuring both new and fan-favorite stories from all three of his major literary worlds: Shannara, Magic Kingdom, and The Word and the Void. Here are heroes fighting new battles and struggling to conquer the ghosts of the past. Here are quests both small and far reaching; heroism both intimate and vast. Here we learn of Garet Jax's childhood, see how Allanon first located Shea Ohmsford, and follow an old wing-rider at the end of his life. Here we see Knights of the Word fighting demons within and without, and witness Ben Holiday and his daughter each trying to overcome the unique challenges that Landover offers. This collection of eleven tales is a must-have addition to the Terry Brooks canon-a delightful way to spend time with favorite characters, and a wonderful reminder of what makes a Brooks story such a timeless classic.

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Meet You in the Middle Audiobook

Meet You in the Middle

Author: Devon Daniels Narrator: Brittany Pressley, Mark Deakins Release Date: February 2021

What happens when the person you find most impossible becomes impossible to resist? Opposites distract in this hilarious romantic comedy about America's least likely couple. There's just one thing standing between liberal Senate staffer Kate Adams and passage of the landmark legislation she's been fighting for all year: Ben Mackenzie, intimidating gatekeeper for one of DC's most powerful conservative senators. After Kate and Ben lock horns in a meet-not-so-cute, they vow to take each other down-by any means necessary. She thinks he's arrogant (and doesn't deserve those gorgeous green eyes). He thinks she's too quick to judge (and irresistibly maddening). But as their endless game of one-upmanship becomes Kate's favorite part of the day, she starts to wonder if her feelings for Ben are closer to attraction than animosity...and maybe their sparring is flirting. When Kate realizes there's more to Ben than meets the eye, she's forced to confront her biggest fear: In her sworn enemy, she may have found her perfect match.

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The Psychology of Stupidity Audiobook

The Psychology of Stupidity

Author: Jean-Francois Marmion Narrator: Allyson Ryan, Hillary Huber, Mark Deakins Release Date: October 2020

The #1 International bestseller 'We need books like this one' Steven Pinker At last, stupidity explained! And by some of the world’s smartest people, among them Daniel Kahneman, Dan Ariely, Alison Gopnik, Howard Gardner, Antonio Damasio, Aaron James and Ryan Holiday. Stupidity is all around us, from the colleagues who won’t stop hitting ‘reply all’ to the former school friends posting conspiracy theories on Facebook. But in order to battle idiocy, we must first understand it. In The Psychology of Stupidity, some of the world’s leading psychologists and thinkers – including a Nobel Prize winner – will show you . . . · Why smart people sometimes believe in utter nonsense · How our lazy brains cause us to make the wrong decisions · Why trying to debate with fools is a trap · How media manipulation and Internet overstimulation makes us dumber · Why the stupidest people don’t think they’re stupid As long as there have been humans there has been human stupidity, but with wit and wisdom these great thinkers can help us understand this persistent human affliction.

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Losing the Long Game: The False Promise of Regime Change in the Middle East Audiobook

Losing the Long Game: The False Promise of Regime Change in the Middle East

Author: Philip H. Gordon Narrator: Mark Deakins Release Date: October 2020

The definitive account of how regime change in the Middle East has proven so tempting to American policymakers for decades-despite never achieving the far-reaching aims of its proponents-and how it's finally time to forge a new path forward. Since the end of World War II, the United States has set out to oust governments in the Middle East on an average of once per decade-in places as diverse as Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan (twice), Egypt, Libya, and Syria. The reasons for these interventions have also been extremely diverse, and the methods by which the United States pursued regime change have also been highly varied, ranging from diplomatic pressure alone to outright military invasion and occuapation. What is common to all the operations, however, is that they failed to achieve their ultimate goals, produced a range of unintended and even catastrophic consequences, carried heavy financial and human costs, and in many cases left the countries in question worse off than they were before. Losing the Long Game is a thorough and riveting look at the U.S. experience with regime change over the past seventy years, and an insider's view on U.S. policymaking in the region at the highest levels. It is the story of repeated U.S. interventions in the region that always started out with high hopes and often the best of intentions, but never turned out well. No future discussion of U.S. policy in the Middle East will be complete without taking into account the lessons of the past, especially at a time of intense domestic polarization and reckoning with America's standing in world.

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JFK: Volume 1: 1917-1956 Audiobook

JFK: Volume 1: 1917-1956

Author: Fredrik Logevall Narrator: Mark Deakins Release Date: September 2020

Brought to you by Penguin. The Pulitzer Prize-winning historian takes us as close as we have ever been to the real John F. Kennedy in this revelatory biography of the iconic, yet still elusive, thirty-fifth president. By the time of his assassination in 1963, John F. Kennedy stood at the helm of the greatest power the world had ever seen. Born in 1917 to a striving Irish American family that had become among Boston's wealthiest, Kennedy knew political ambition from an early age, and his meteoric rise to become the youngest elected president cemented his status as one of the most mythologized figures in modern history. And while hagiographic portrayals of his dazzling charisma, reports of his extramarital affairs, and disagreements over his political legacy have come and gone in the decades since his untimely death, these accounts all fail to capture the full person. Beckoned by this gap in our historical knowledge, Harvard professor Fredrik Logevall has spent much of the last decade combing through material unseen or unused by previous biographers, searching for and piecing together the 'real' John F. Kennedy. The result of this prodigious effort is a sweeping two-volume biography that for the first time properly contextualizes Kennedy's role in the international events of the twentieth century. This volume spans the first thirty-nine years of JFK's life-from birth through his decision to run for president-to reveal his early relationships, his formative and heroic experiences during World War II, his ideas, his bestselling writings, his political aspirations, and the role of his father, wartime ambassador to Britain. In examining these pre-White House years, Logevall shows us a more serious, independently minded Kennedy than we've previously known. In chronicling Kennedy's extraordinary life and times, with authority and novelistic sensibility, putting the reader in every room where it happened, this landmark work offers the clearest portrait we have of a remarkable figure who still inspires individuals around the world. © Fredrik Logevall 2020 (P) Penguin Audio 2020

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She Gets That from Me Audiobook

She Gets That from Me

Author: Robin Wells Narrator: Abby Craden, Cynthia Darlow, Mark Deakins, Thérèse Plummer Release Date: September 2020

Quinn never expected that her best friend's courageous decision to be a single mother by choice would end up transforming her own life in this poignant novel from USA Today bestselling author Robin Wells.   When Quinn Langston's best friend unexpectedly passes away, Quinn embraces Brooke's three-year-old daughter Lily and elderly grandmother Margaret as the family she's always wanted.  She'll do whatever it takes to help them heal, but she didn't anticipate Lily's biological father would be part of the plan. Margaret is old-fashioned, though, and she has no compunction about finding a way to reach Lily's dad, a sperm donor. After all, he's a blood relative, and she believes family should raise family.    Zack Bradley doesn't know what to expect when he finds out he has a child. Sperm donors don't usually get to meet their...well, he's not sure what to call Lily yet, but he's certain he wants to get to know her. There's just one of problem: he's about to move to Seattle with his wife, Jessica, who's undergone multiple infertility treatments, desperately wants a family of her own and can't stand the idea of Zack playing daddy to another woman's child.   Together, they'll all learn that the human heart is infinitely expandable and there are many different roads to family.

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The Crank Palace Audiobook

The Crank Palace

Author: James Dashner Narrator: Mark Deakins Release Date: August 2020

Newt has been to hell and back with his friends. The Glade. The Maze. The Scorch. The inner halls of WICKED. But now he has a burden that can't be shared with Thomas and the others-the Flare. And Newt can't bear the thought of his friends watching him descend into madness as he succumbs to the virus. Leaving only a note, Newt departs the Berg before the Gladers return from their mission into Denver, Colorado. From there, he experiences the gritty nightmare of life on the streets, running from the infected and those hunting them, until he ends up in the Crank Palace, the last dumping ground of those without hope. Although Newt thought he was running away from his friends to save them from himself, along the way he meets a young mother named Keisha and her son, Dante, who end up saving Newt in a way he could never have imagined. Taking place during the latter events of The Death Cure, Crank Palace tells the story of Newt like never before, from inside his own mind, as he searches for meaning in a life gone horribly wrong. He will try to fulfill a newfound destiny before his path leads to its inevitable conclusion-and one last meeting with his best friend.

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War of Kinds: The Far End Books 0 - 2 Audiobook

War of Kinds: The Far End Books 0 - 2

Author: C.A. Gleason Narrator: Mark Deakins Release Date: July 2020

When a lone warrior appears in their village, the Bullik-Braunzin Clan prepares for battle. They are surprised to learn he isn’t there to fight but, rather, to talk. Although it’s clear he has an agenda, he warns them of a battle-hardened army camped nearby that has been commanded to attack the village. Many questions are asked of the warrior, including why he’s helping them, but all that matters is they must fight. But even if the few villagers somehow manage a victory, the danger will not end. No clan has stood against the hateful tyrant who sent the army and survived. He commands complete loyalty over those he rules, has additional well-trained troops, and is guarded by intelligent beasts. What they’re facing seems impossible, but everyone, even the most powerful, have secrets—ones that could be used as an advantage. Once the Bullik-Braunzin Clan understands the warrior’s secretive relation to the tyrant, they also discover the key to defeating him and all he commands: take what he covets most...

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A Good Man Audiobook

A Good Man

Author: Ani Katz Narrator: Mark Deakins Release Date: January 2020

'Our lives were good - great, even. We were happy and secure. We had everything we needed. There was no way for anyone to know - least of all me - that it would all end the way it did.' Thomas Martin is everything a man is supposed to be. He has a beautiful wife and a loving daughter, a good house on Long Island, a flourishing career at a prestigious Manhattan advertising firm. He's a good son and brother, taking it upon himself to support his ailing mother and adult sisters. He knows it's his God-given duty to shield them, his girls, from the everyday horrors of the world. But he has failed, and unspeakable tragedy has befallen his family. Now, Thomas struggles to come to terms with what has become of his life. If only he can tell the story as he saw it, he believes he might find out how and why things unravelled so horribly; how he failed so disastrously. Because Thomas Martin is a good man. A Good Man is a dark and gripping novel of psychological suspense about a family man, in the wake of a horrifying act, trying to work out where he went wrong. It is the debut of a bold and brilliant new talent. 'Ani Katz has created an edgy debut with a disturbingly unforgettable ending.' The Skinny

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