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Audiobooks Narrated by Stefan Rudnicki

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The World Crisis, Vol. 1: 1911-1914 Audiobook

The World Crisis, Vol. 1: 1911-1914

Author: Winston Churchill Narrator: Stefan Rudnicki Release Date: June 2019

The first in a five-volume set of essential reading that examines the causes of the Great War This, the first in Sir Winston Churchill's five-volume history examining the events and context leading up to the outbreak of World War I from a true insider's point of view, is unsurpassed as both a historical and personal account of the earth-shaking events leading up to the Great War. Churchill's epic series begins in 1911, when Churchill was First Lord of the Admiralty, and opens with a chilling description of the Agadir Crisis, and an in-depth account of naval clashes in the Dardanelles-one of Churchill's major military failures. It takes readers from the fierce bloodshed of the Gallipoli campaign to the tragic sinking of the Lusitania and the tide-turning battles of Jutland and Verdun-as well as the USA's entry into the combat theater. Written in powerful prose by a great leader who would also go on to receive a Nobel Prize in Literature, and based on thousands of his own personal letters and memos, The World Crisis provides a perspective you won't find anywhere else: a dynamic insider's account of events that would shape the outcome of modern history.

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Oblomov Audiobook

Oblomov

Author: Ivan Goncharov Narrator: Stefan Rudnicki Release Date: June 2019

This novel centers on the figure of Ilya Ilyich Oblomov, a member of the dying class of the landed gentry, who spends most of his time lying in bed gazing at life in an apathetic daze, encouraged by his equally lazy servant Zakhar and routinely swindled by his acquaintances. But this torpid existence comes to an end when, spurred on by his crumbling finances, the love of a woman, and the reproaches of his friend, the hardworking Schtoltz, Oblomov finds that he must engage with the real world and face up to his commitments.

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Warlock Audiobook

Warlock

Author: Jim Harrison Narrator: Stefan Rudnicki Release Date: June 2019

Johnny Lundgren, a.k.a. Warlock, is an unemployed foundation executive who, after surviving a midlife crisis, finally decides to get a job. Warlock soon gets hired by a crazy but genius doctor as a trouble-shooter, where he's tasked with everything from battling poachers in the haunted wilderness of northern Michigan to investigating his employer's wife and son in the seamy underside of Key West. A comedy with one foot in the abyss, Warlock is what the New York Times called "farcical, reflective, luscious, gritty" entertainment from one of this country's most beloved authors.

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A Good Day to Die Audiobook

A Good Day to Die

Author: Jim Harrison Narrator: Stefan Rudnicki Release Date: June 2019

Their plans were conceived in a drunken excitement and resulted in more horror than any of them could have imagined. There was the poet able to retreat into beatific reveries of superb fishing in cold, fast streams; the Vietnam vet consumed by uppers, downers, and violence; and the girl who loved only one of them-at first. With their ideals ostensibly in order, they set out from Florida to save the Grand Canyon from a dam they believed was being built. Along with the tape deck for the car, the liquor, and the drugs, there was also a case of dynamite.

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The Thunder: A Novel on John Knox Audiobook

The Thunder: A Novel on John Knox

Author: Douglas Bond Narrator: Stefan Rudnicki Release Date: June 2019

John Knox, the Thundering Scott, lives a life of adventure and danger in turbulent, corrupt sixteenth-century Scotland. Finding himself a wanted man, Knox is besieged in a castle by French soldiers, seized, and made a galley slave. Yet he is unflinching in his stand for the gospel, even in the face of assassins and death, and even when his fiery preaching makes him an enemy of Mary, Queen of Scots. Told from the perspective of a young student resolved to protect Knox no matter the cost, Douglas Bond's thrilling biographical novel provides a look at the harrowing life story of a giant of the faith. Discover the fascinating story of a timid man transformed by the grace and power of the gospel into one of the most influential figures in Scottish history.

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I, Judas: A Novel Audiobook

I, Judas: A Novel

Author: Jess Stearn, Taylor Caldwell Narrator: Stefan Rudnicki Release Date: June 2019

From a #1 New York Times bestselling author comes the story of Judas Iscariot-and the stunning betrayal that changed the course of history. One of the great dramas of the biblical era is brought to thrilling new life in this epic novel told from the unique perspective of Judas Iscariot himself. This is the story of Judas the myth, condemned by Dante to the most terrifying circle of Hell; Judas the man, the son of wealth and power who fought to suppress the lusts of the flesh and the sin of pride to become one of the twelve original disciples of Jesus Christ; and Judas the apostle, victim of a diabolical lie, history's arch traitor, who sold his Lord for thirty pieces of silver, and sealed his fate with a kiss. From Judas's years as the young rebel of an affluent family undone by his own idealism to his victimization by Pontius Pilate to the crucifixion and Christ's resurrection, I, Judas is one of the most powerful and revelatory works of religious fiction ever published.

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The Life of Moses: God's First Deliverer of Israel Audiobook

The Life of Moses: God's First Deliverer of Israel

Author: James Montgomery Boice Narrator: Stefan Rudnicki Release Date: June 2019

Moses is renowned as a great lawgiver, prophet, friend of God, and deliverer of his people. The events of his life, spanning four books of the Bible, resound throughout Scripture. In this epic undertaking, James M. Boice delves into the narrative to uncover its rich meaning and gospel application to our lives today. We can learn a lot from Moses about faithfulness, prayerfulness, meekness, and good leadership-we can even learn from his sins and failure! But Boice shows how we can also look beyond Moses and the Israelites to the awesome power of God and the promise of a much needed, much greater Deliverer.

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The Lurking Fear, and Other Stories Audiobook

The Lurking Fear, and Other Stories

Author: H. P. Lovecraft Narrator: Stefan Rudnicki Release Date: June 2019

H. P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos is a primary influence of countless iconic authors, and even now, nearly a century after its publication, its themes of cosmic horror and madness remain at the forefront of supernatural literature, as well as being highly influential in the mediums of music, film, and video games. But Lovecraft's expansive imagination didn't stop there. This five-story volume contains some fascinating rarities outside the Cthulhu Mythos. The Lurking Fear includes examples of Lovecraft's earliest weird fiction including 'Hypnos,' 'What the Moon Brings,' 'Imprisoned with the Pharaohs,' and 'Memory,' (inspiration for the 2014 film of the same name) as well as the title story, 'The Lurking Fear,' a traditional horror study commissioned by George Julian Houtain to be run as a serial in Home Brew magazine in 1923 that has served as the source material for multiple films and been adapted into a comic book. Only H. P. Lovecraft could conceive the delicious and spine-tingling horrors you will find within the pages of this unique five-story collection.

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The Roots of Fury Audiobook

The Roots of Fury

Author: Jacob Alan Richmond Narrator: Stefan Rudnicki Release Date: June 2019

Nabaa Mackenzie is an Iraqi-American who lost her entire family to violence overseas. Rafiq Itani is the son of the most notorious mass murderer in recent history. Rona Kavian is the great-granddaughter of a rapist and has never known a man she could trust. As they each try to break the shackles of their past, they're shaping a future just as dark.

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Witness to the Storm: A Jewish Journey from Nazi Berlin to the 82nd Airborne, 1920-1945 Audiobook

Witness to the Storm: A Jewish Journey from Nazi Berlin to the 82nd Airborne, 1920-1945

Author: Werner T. Angress Narrator: Stefan Rudnicki Release Date: May 2019

On June 6, 1944, Werner T. Angress parachuted down from a C-47 into German-occupied France with the 82nd Airborne Division. Nine days later, he was captured behind enemy lines and, concealing his identity as a German-born Jew, became a prisoner of war. Eventually, he was freed by US forces, rejoined the fight, and participated in the liberation of a concentration camp. Although he was an American soldier, less than ten years before he had been an enthusiastically patriotic German-Jewish boy. Rejected and threatened by the Nazi regime, the Angress family fled to Amsterdam to escape persecution and death, and young Angress then found his way to the United States. In Witness to the Storm, Angress weaves the spellbinding story of his life, including his escape from Germany, his new life in the United States, and his experiences in World War II. A testament to the power of perseverance and forgiveness, Witness to the Storm is the powerful tale of one man's struggle to fight for and rescue the country that had betrayed him. **Contact Customer Service for Additional Content**

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Stalin's Scribe: Literature, Ambition, and Survival;  The Life of Mikhail Sholokhov Audiobook

Stalin's Scribe: Literature, Ambition, and Survival; The Life of Mikhail Sholokhov

Author: Brian J. Boeck Narrator: Stefan Rudnicki Release Date: May 2019

A masterful and definitive biography of one of the most misunderstood and controversial writers in Russian literature Mikhail Sholokhov is arguably one of the most contentious recipients of the Nobel Prize in Literature. As a young man, Sholokhov's epic novel, Quiet Don, became an unprecedented overnight success. Stalin's Scribe is the first biography of a man who was once one of the Soviet Union's most prominent political figures. Thanks to the opening of Russia's archives, Brian Boeck discovers that Sholokhov's official Soviet biography is actually a tangled web of legends, half-truths, and contradictions. Boeck examines the complex connection between an author and a dictator, revealing how a Stalinist courtier became an ideological acrobat and consummate politician in order to stay in favor and remain relevant after the dictator's death. Stalin's Scribe is remarkable biography that both reinforces and clashes with our understanding of the Soviet system. It reveals a Sholokhov who is bold, uncompromising, and sympathetic?and reconciles him with the vindictive and mean-spirited man described in so many accounts of late Soviet history. Shockingly, at the height of the terror, which claimed over a million lives, Sholokhov became a member of the most minuscule subset of the Soviet Union's population?the handful of individuals whom Stalin personally intervened to save.

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Three Stories and Ten Poems Audiobook

Three Stories and Ten Poems

Author: Ernest Hemingway Narrator: Stefan Rudnicki Release Date: May 2019

Originally published in 1923, Ernest Hemingway's Three Stories and Ten Poems feature some of the expatriate's lesser known, but still wonderful, works. The stories and poems include: 'Up in Michigan''Out of Season''My Old Man''Chapter Heading''Montparnasse''Roosevelt'And more!Originally privately published in Paris, Three Stories and Ten Poems holds an interesting history. The three stories 'Up in Michigan,' 'Out of Season,' and 'My Old Man' were first seen in this collection, but 'Up in Michigan' was banned and not considered publishable in America until 1938 because of its blatant sexuality. In addition, this original publication of the three stories is all that remains of Hemingway's early works after his suitcase containing the originals was stolen.

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