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  1. The Eye of the World: Book One of The Wheel of Time Audiobook The Eye of the World: Book One of The Wheel of Time
  2. Go Tell the Bees that I am Gone Audiobook Go Tell the Bees that I am Gone
  3. Under the Whispering Door Audiobook Under the Whispering Door
  4. The Last Days of John Lennon Audiobook The Last Days of John Lennon
  5. Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing: Inspired by the hit BBC series Audiobook Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing: Inspired by the hit BBC series
  6. Go Set a Watchman Audiobook Go Set a Watchman
  7. Ikigai: The Japanese secret to a long and happy life Audiobook Ikigai: The Japanese secret to a long and happy life
  8. It Ends With Us Audiobook It Ends With Us
  10. Ride Audiobook Ride
On Foot to Canterbury: A Son's Pilgrimage Audiobook

On Foot to Canterbury: A Son's Pilgrimage

Author: Ken Haigh Narrator: John Nelles Release Date: December 2021

"My father didn't need this walk, not the way I do. For him it would have been a fun way to spend some time with his son. He had, I begin to realize, a talent for living in the moment… Perhaps a pilgrimage would help me find happiness. Perhaps I could walk my way into a better frame of mind, and somehow along the road to Canterbury I would find a new purpose for my life. It was worth a shot." Setting off on foot from Winchester, Ken Haigh hikes across southern England, retracing one of the traditional routes that medieval pilgrims followed to the shrine of Saint Thomas Becket at Canterbury Cathedral. Walking in honour of his father, a staunch Anglican who passed away before they could begin their trip together, Haigh wonders: Is there a place in the modern secular world for pilgrimage? On his journey, he sorts through his own spiritual aimlessness while crossing paths with writers like Anthony Trollope, John Keats, Jane Austen, Jonathan Swift, Charles Dickens, and, of course, Geoffrey Chaucer. Part travelogue, part memoir, and part literary history, On Foot to Canterbury is engaging and delightful.

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Pouring with Heart: The Essential Magic behind the Bartenders We Love Audiobook

Pouring with Heart: The Essential Magic behind the Bartenders We Love

Author: Cedd Moses, Erik Cardona Narrator: Pedro Shanahan Release Date: December 2021

Everyone thought Cedd Moses had lost his mind when he used his life savings to open ten bars in struggling Downtown Los Angeles. Not only would those venues help lift the communities around them—they’d go on to set a new standard for bars in LA, setting the stage for one of greatest bar success stories in American history. Moses attributes this remarkable success to one thing. Pouring with Heart. In this love letter to the bar world, Moses shares the secrets of what it truly means to be of service, pulling back the curtain on the magic a guest feels when in the presence of a bartender they love. Pouring with Heart demolishes the myth of bartending as a dead-end gig by using data and decades of experience to break down what it takes to cement a legendary career behind the bar.

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Expat Wife, Happy Life!: The journey of a serial expat Audiobook

Expat Wife, Happy Life!: The journey of a serial expat

Author: Florence Reisch-Gentinetta Narrator: Mollie Fowler Release Date: December 2021

“Darling, I have been promoted and they’ve asked us to move abroad!” That’s what I dreamed of: adventure, change, freedom... but now? Really? Right now? I’m not ready, I’m not organized, the kids, me, us, and everything that goes with it... How do I know if this is the right decision? If these questions resonate, this book is for you. While Florence’s experience is as unique as yours is or will be, our questions and fears are often the same. Florence’s personal reflections will guide you and open you to new and different ways of thinking and acting for your life abroad.

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Viaje a la Alcarria seguido de Nuevo viaje a La Alcarria Audiobook

Viaje a la Alcarria seguido de Nuevo viaje a La Alcarria

Author: Camilo José Cela Narrator: Nacho Béjar Release Date: December 2021

El texto pionero de Cela sobre la España rural reunido con su continuación. Cela sintió siempre especial predilección por Viaje a la Alcarria (1948), que consideraba su libro «más sencillo, más inmediato y directo», y que constituye un modelo insuperable de prosa castellana. Con él renovó el género de la literatura de viajes, ejerciendo una prolongada influencia sobre los escritores españoles de las siguientes generaciones. Casi cuarenta años después, en la cima de su popularidad, el autor aceptó el reto de repetir el viaje, esta vez en condiciones muy distintas, a bordo de un lujoso Rolls Royce. De allí surgió Nuevo viaje a la Alcarria (1986), escrito en su estilo de madurez, con ánimo abiertamente lúdico y jocoso. La crítica ha dicho: «Camilo José Cela fue un viajero incansable. Y las tierras españolas fueron sus preferidas para recorrerlas mochila al hombro y bolígrafo en mano. Fruto de ese espíritu de literato explorador son sus maravillosos libros de viaje, entre los que sobresale el inconmensurable Viaje a la Alcarria.» ABC «Viaje a la Alcarria (1948), no una novela (como La colmena), sino un libro de viaje (crónica de andar y ver) se me aparece, en otra relectura, como la consecuencia epilogal de aquella novela, terminada de escribir poco antes de ponerse en camino su autor.» Gonzalo Sobejano «Estampas como heridas profundas, dilatadas que Cela nos entrega en su retablo desgarrado de posguerra, salvadas para siempre del olvido de los años.» Samuel Serrano Serrano

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Life Lessons From the Amazon Audiobook

Life Lessons From the Amazon

Author: Pip Stewart Narrator: Pip Stewart Release Date: December 2021

This is the tale of an epic three-month adventure through unexplored jungle terrain – and it might even change your life. Fuelled by a zest for life and the desire to explore the world around her, Pip Stewart took on a world-first challenge: following Guyana’s Essequibo River from source to sea. With the help of guides from the Waî Waî indigenous community, Pip and her teammates journeyed through the rainforest, facing peril every day as they kayaked rapids, traversed waterfalls and hacked their way through the mountainous jungle of the Guiana Shield, before finally reaching the Atlantic Ocean. Survival skills and a flesh-eating parasite weren’t the only things Pip took home from the rainforest. From contending with snakes to learning about the value of community, forgiveness and self-belief, in Life Lessons from the Amazon Pip shares many pearls of wisdom that we can all apply to our own lives. Her hard-won insights invite us to embrace the wildness within ourselves and live more every day. Pip Stewart is a mother, partner, writer and chronic over-thinker. She has a degree in history and politics from Oxford and a master's in journalism from the University of Hong Kong. Pip has cycled halfway around the world and completed a world-first paddle through the Amazon jungle. On one of her adventures she got a bit too up-close-and-personal with a sandfly and found a flesh-eating parasite munching through her neck as a result. After contracting leishmaniasis, Pip now campaigns to raise awareness of neglected tropical diseases. When not writing, she can usually be found outside with her partner, Charlie, and daughter, Willow. Connect and share your own adventures through life: @PipStewart.

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Russland verstehen - Russische Geschichte für Einsteiger: Von der Entstehung Russlands bis heute Audiobook

Russland verstehen - Russische Geschichte für Einsteiger: Von der Entstehung Russlands bis heute

Author: Manuel Schneider Narrator: Ramona Menrath Release Date: December 2021

Sie wollten schon immer mehr über die russische Geschichte erfahren? Sie finden aber kaum Zeit, sich über die über tausendjährige Geschichte des größten Landes der Welt zu Genüge zu informieren? Sie wollten schon immer aktuelle Ereignisse des globalen Geschehens erfassen und dabei besonders die aktuelle russische Politik verstehen? Vielleicht wollen Sie auch einfach nur nach Russland reisen und vorher die Geschichte und die Kultur des Landes besser kennen lernen? Dann haben Sie zum richtigen Buch gegriffen, denn hier werden kurz und knapp die wichtigsten historischen Ereignisse Russlands skizziert. Wie entstand der heutige russische Staat, aus welchen Vorgängerreichen entwickelte sich die heutige Russische Föderation? Wieso ist Russland heute das größte Land der Welt? Was für Herrschafts-systeme, welche Philosophien und Religionen bildeten sich hier heraus? Diese und noch weitere Fragen sollen in diesem kleinen Sachbuch geklärt werden.

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The Midwest Survival Guide: How We Talk, Love, Work, Drink, and Eat . . . Everything with Ranch Audiobook

The Midwest Survival Guide: How We Talk, Love, Work, Drink, and Eat . . . Everything with Ranch

Author: Charlie Berens Narrator: Charlie Berens Release Date: November 2021

Everything you need to know to survive in the greatest place on Earth Have you ever had a goodbye lasting more than four hours? Do you lack the emotional capacity to say “I love you” so you just tell your loved ones to “watch out for deer”? Have you apologized to a stranger because she stepped on your foot? If you answered yes to any of these questions, there’s a good chance you’re a Midwesterner—or a Midwesterner at heart.  Even if you answered no, you probably know someone who held the door for you from two football fields away. He likely waved at you and said, “Hey there,” like you organized the church bar crawl together. That was a Midwesterner in the wild. We understand that your interaction was strange—but it’s likely to get stranger. Don’t wait until they stick their head in your second-floor window to invite you over for a perch fry because they climbed on your roof to clean your gutters. There’s no need to pull the pepper spray; this species is helpful by nature. And the relationship could be very symbiotic—but only if you let it happen. And that’s where this book comes into play. Inspired by my comedy tours across the Midwest and life growing up in Wisconsin, this book is an exploration into my favorite region on Earth. Some may think the Midwest is just a bunch of bland flyover states filled with less diversity than a Monsanto monoculture. But scratch that surface with your buck knife and you’ll find rich cultures and traditions proving we’re more than just fifty shades of milk.  So whether you’re a born-and-bred Midwesterner looking to sharpen your skill at apologies or a costal elite visiting the in-laws for the holidays, this book will help you navigate the Midwest, with everything from the best flannel looks to dating and mating rituals (yes, casserole is involved) to climbing the corporate corn silo to how to handle a four-way stop—and every backyard brat fry in between.  And for those of you who don’t like reading, don’t worry—we’ve got pictures! Toss in illustrations, sidebars, quizzes, and jokes worthy of a supper club stall and The Midwest Survival Guide is just the walleye-deep look into this distinctive, beautiful, and bizarre American culture you’ve been looking for. Supplemental enhancement PDF accompanies the audiobook.

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Birdsville Track Audio Tour Audiobook

Birdsville Track Audio Tour

Author: Jackie Stallard Narrator: Jackie Stallard Release Date: November 2021

The Birdsville Track runs through three deserts, from Marree in northern South Australia, to Birdsville in outback Queensland. This legendary, dirt road has a rich folk history, intriguing culture and unique ecosystems. But it doesn't give up its secrets easily, unless you have the Birdsville Track Audio Tour of course! *'Congratulations on an excellent sound track! I was enthralled by the stories. a very informative and entertaining CD.*' Mark Christie, Maryborough, VIC *Absolutely loved your audio tour of the Birdsville Track. it really made our trip into a more special event. Loved the information on the early explorers and details of the locations as we travelled. This really added a lot to our trip. Very well done. Everything was perfect. Thanks heaps.'* Phil Talbot, Falcon, WA The Birdsville Track Audio Tour has 45 tracks and 138 minutes of professional-quality audio. The tracks are designed to be played at set points along the Birdsville Track, as shown on the map. The Birdsville Track Audio Tour's sound effects and soundscapes aim to recreate the experience of travelling the Birdsville Trackgreat for armchair travellers and gifts! For those who prefer reading to listening, the Birdsville Track Audio Tour is also available in text, as the Birdsville Track Audio Tour eBook

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The Last Ridge: The Epic Story of America's First Mountain Soldiers and the Assault on Hitler's Euro Audiobook

The Last Ridge: The Epic Story of America's First Mountain Soldiers and the Assault on Hitler's Euro

Author: Mckay Jenkins Narrator: Grover Gardner Release Date: November 2021

When World War II broke out in Europe, the American army had no specialized division of mountain soldiers. But in the winter of 1939-40, an amateur skier named Charles Minot "Minnie" Dole convinced the United States Army to let him recruit an extraordinary assortment of European expatriates, wealthy ski bums, mountaineers, and thrill-seekers and form them into a unique band of Alpine soldiers. These men endured nearly three years of grueling training in the Colorado Rockies and in the process set new standards for both soldiering and mountaineering. The newly forged Tenth Mountain Division finally faced combat in the winter of 1945, in Italy's Apennine Mountains, against the seemingly unbreakable German fortifications north of the Gothic Line. There, they planned and executed what is still regarded as the most daring series of nighttime mountain attacks in US military history, taking Mount Belvedere and the sheer, treacherous face of Riva Ridge to smash the linchpin of the German army's lines. Drawing on unique cooperation from veterans of the Tenth Mountain Division and a vast archive of unpublished letters and documents, The Last Ridge is written with enormous warmth, energy, and honesty. This is one of the most captivating stories of World War II, a blend of Band of Brothers and Into Thin Air. It is a story of young men asked to do the impossible and succeeding.

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Pup Culture: Stories, Tips, and the Importance of Adopting a Dog Audiobook

Pup Culture: Stories, Tips, and the Importance of Adopting a Dog

Author: Victoria Lily Shaffer Narrator: Victoria Lily Shaffer Release Date: November 2021

INCLUDES A FOREWORD READ BY PAUL SHAFFER! Prepare yourself for every step of the dog adoption process and make your new best friend's life the happiest and healthiest it can be with these fostering and adoption tips and tales from dog-loving expert Victoria Schaffer. Adopting a dog and making them the newest member of your family can sometimes feel like a daunting task. How do you know what dog is right for you? What do you need to know about the adoption process? And how do you make sure your new best friend has the best life possible while they're settling into their new home? Pup Culture is here to help. Pup Culture is a well-deserved ode to man's best friend. Fostering-extraordinaire Victoria Lily Shaffer presents a wide-ranging collection of dog adoption and fostering tales, tips, handy checklists, heartwarming stories, and Q&A's from both celebs—like Dan Levy, Glenn Close, and David Letterman—as well as everyday dog lovers. These inspiring stories and lessons dig deep into the beloved relationships between dogs and humans, from exploring the harrowing journey of finding your perfect "fur-ever" companion to spotlighting the selfless, dedicated community of rescuers that help save and change lives.

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For Your Convenience - A CLASSIC 1930'S GUIDE TO LONDON LOOS Audiobook

For Your Convenience - A CLASSIC 1930'S GUIDE TO LONDON LOOS

Author: Paul Pry Narrator: Barnaby Edwards Release Date: November 2021

A facsimile guide to the Gents Loos of London published originally in 1937 by Routledge. Hailed as the first queer city guide, For Your Convenience was first published in 1937. Ostensibly a guide to where a gentleman may find 'relief' in the metropolis after 'three cups of tea', for those 'in-the-know' the information held between its pages offers a much more tantalizing prospect. Now faithfully reproduced for the first time in over eighty years, this fascinating book works as both a wry and playful slice of social history as well as a fascinating insight into the perils and pleasures of a most specific activity for men who loved men. The book could be enjoyed as an entertaining guide to London's public conveniences but yet to our more sceptical eye it is patently a guide to where men could meet like-minded men in an era when homosexuality was illegal. It remains a classic whether taken at face value or not. - -

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So fühlt sich Freiheit an - Eine Reise durch Australien (Ungekürzt) Audiobook

So fühlt sich Freiheit an - Eine Reise durch Australien (Ungekürzt)

Author: Jens Ohrenblicker Narrator: Jens Wenzel Release Date: November 2021

Im September 2002 sagte Jens Ohrenblicker Deutschland für ein Jahr Lebewohl und brach mit seiner Freundin zu einer ganz besonderen Reise auf: Ein Jahr lang wollten sie Australien erkunden und sich durch Gelegenheitsjobs die Reisekasse aufbessern. In einem Rückblick auf die aufregendste Zeit seines Lebens erzählt er Geschichten, die mal ironisch-frech, mal skurril, mal nachdenklich und mit einem Schuss Melancholie diese Reise wieder lebendig werden lassen. Sie handeln von den Schwierigkeiten des Gebrauchtwagenkaufs, von ungewöhnlichen Begegnungen, vom härtesten Job seines Lebens, von manchmal sehr menschlichen Tieren, von Outbackstaub unter den Füßen, Eukalyptusduft in der Nase und von lauen Nächten unter einem gigantischen Sternenhimmel.

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