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  1. Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man Audiobook Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man
  2. The Sin Eater Audiobook The Sin Eater
  3. Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You: A Remix of the National Book Award-winning Stamped from the Be Audiobook Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You: A Remix of the National Book Award-winning Stamped from the Be
  4. Near Dark: A Thriller Audiobook Near Dark: A Thriller
  5. Coming Home to Island House Audiobook Coming Home to Island House
  6. Outsider: A Novel of Suspense Audiobook Outsider: A Novel of Suspense
  7. What You Wish For: A Novel Audiobook What You Wish For: A Novel
  8. The Alchemist Audiobook The Alchemist
  9. Relationship Goals: How to Win at Dating, Marriage, and Sex Audiobook Relationship Goals: How to Win at Dating, Marriage, and Sex
  10. Tempt Me Audiobook Tempt Me
A Tourist Guide to Adirondacks Audiobook

A Tourist Guide to Adirondacks

Author: Michael Stewart Narrator: Peter Lawrence Release Date: July 2020

Although there are many historically significant sights in Lake George, there's also a number of important ones located only an hour's drive, including those in the towns of Bolton, Bolton Landing, Ticonderoga, and Glens Falls.

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Crossing Boundaries: A Traveler’s Guide to World Peace Audiobook

Crossing Boundaries: A Traveler’s Guide to World Peace

Author: Aziz Abu Sarah Narrator: Tristan Wright Release Date: July 2020

"Aziz Abu Sarah rightly reminds us that it's not more travel we should be after, but the right kind of travel-one that treads lightly, highlights multiple perspectives (including traditionally marginalized ones), and fosters personal transformation, which is the key to a better world." -Norie Quintos, Editor at Large, National Geographic Travel Media How can we bring together a world polarized by so many seemingly intractable conflicts? Through tourism? Yes, but a different kind of tourism, one that harnesses the power of travel to create a more connected and peaceful world. Aziz Abu Sarah argues that it's through one-on-one contact that we'll begin to heal divides. And he knows this firsthand. A former Palestinian radical, he cofounded a tour agency with a Jewish American that originated the Dual Narrative Tours, which are co-led by guides from different communities, including Israel and Palestine, Ireland, Vietnam, Colombia, and many other countries. A guide for going beyond museums and monuments to more transformative, sustainable, and responsible travel experiences, this book is for both the first-timer and seasoned veteran. Starting with his own moving story of creating connections across his divided hometown of Jerusalem and expanding to stories from all over the world, Abu Sarah offers tips on how to meet people naturally and safely, design an inclusive itinerary, shop to support the local economy, deal with setbacks, and much more. He shows that if you put down your phone and strike up a conversation, you can break through the walls that separate us. You'll discover shared values, build lasting relationships, and realize that ultimately far more unites us than divides us.

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La isla del día siguiente Audiobook

La isla del día siguiente

Author: Eric Frattini Narrator: Arturo Lopez Release Date: July 2020

-Este audiolibro está narrado en castellano. En 1988, hace ahora 28 años, cinco españoles, Kitín Muñoz, director de expedición, Kiko Botana, navegante, Pepe de Miguel, cámara de televisión, Juan Ginés García, teniente del ejército y responsable de logística y comunicaciones y yo, como fotógrafo y «conseguidor», realizamos una de las mayores proezas de la historia de la navegación actual: navegar en una balsa de totora, construida por los indios aimaras del Lago Titicaca, desde el puerto del Callao en Perú hasta la isla de Nuku-Hiva, en el Archipiélago de las Marquesas y posteriormente hacia la isla de Tahití, en el Archipiélago de la Sociedad. En total 5.491 millas náuticas (10.170 km), casi la misma distancia que separa las ciudades de Madrid y Hong Kong, en 72 días a bordo de una embarcación réplica exacta de las utilizadas por los navegantes preincaicos en el 200 d.C. Al regresar a España desde la Polinesia, mis cuadernos de viaje quedaron unidos por una cuerda, y escondidos en un oscuro cajón. En 1991, salieron tan solo de su escondite para ser encuadernados por un maravilloso artesano palestino de la Ciudad Vieja de Jerusalén, que con el mimo de sus arrugadas manos unió los dos cuadernos originales en un grueso y magnífico libro de piel roja de cordero. En su portada en letras doradas, aparece la leyenda: CUADERNO DE BITÁCORA. Por Eric Frattini y en su grueso lomo: Expedición URU – 1988. Tras cinco años de vivencias, guerras y hasta algún matrimonio en Oriente Medio, el cuaderno quedó ubicado en la sección de viajes de mi biblioteca compuesta por casi seis mil volúmenes. Allí permaneció en tranquilo y sabio reposo durante los siguientes veinte años. Ahora, cuando «ya no hablamos de corrido», como dice una muy querida amiga, y nuestros recuerdos comienzan a fallar, decido a mis 52 años que ya es hora de compartir con alguien más, aquella gran vivencia que fue la travesía de la Uru. Disfrútenla como lo hizo aquel joven de 24 años, que era yo por aquel entonces.

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Never Drive A Hatchback To Austria (And Other Valuable Life Lessons): The Wonderful Tale of a Brexit Audiobook

Never Drive A Hatchback To Austria (And Other Valuable Life Lessons): The Wonderful Tale of a Brexit

Author: R.A. Dalkey Narrator: R.A. Dalkey Release Date: July 2020

If being a grown-up were as simple as holding down a job, buying a reliable car, finding the home of your dreams and living happily ever after, there’d be no need for this true story. But our mid-thirties author’s unorthodox approach and complete failure to accept the world as defined by adults was never going to make it quite so straightforward - especially when Brexit threw a spanner in the works. 'If you liked the works of Bill Bryson, Pete McCarthy or Tony Hawks, you will enjoy this.' - Amazon Review by Ian S Set against the backdrop of his ever-swelling grumpiness and the growing realization that he might never actually become a millionaire, this book follows him and his trusty hatchback as they travel from England to Vienna, seizing the chance to live in Europe before it got closed to Brits forever. It's a journey that takes him to Cyprus and Venice, Slovenia and Surrey, Belgium and Bonn. 'A hybrid of Victor Meldrew and Tony Hancock, with attitude!' - Direct Reader Comment

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The Meaning of Travel: Philosophers Abroad Audiobook

The Meaning of Travel: Philosophers Abroad

Author: Emily Thomas Narrator: Esther Wane Release Date: June 2020

How can we think more deeply about our travels? This was the question that inspired Emily Thomas's journey into the philosophy of travel. Part philosophical ramble, part travelogue, The Meaning of Travel begins in the Age of Discovery, when philosophers first started taking travel seriously. It meanders forward to consider Montaigne on otherness, John Locke on cannibals, and Henry Thoreau on wilderness. On our travels with Thomas, we discover the dark side of maps, how the philosophy of space fueled mountain tourism, and why you should wash underwear in woodland cabins . . . We also confront profound issues, such as the ethics of 'doom tourism' (travel to 'doomed' glaciers and coral reefs), and the effect of space travel on human significance in a leviathan universe. The first ever exploration of the places where history and philosophy meet, this book will reshape your understanding of travel.

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Campervan Kama Sutra: Outback Australia with a camper trailer, three kids and a dog* Audiobook

Campervan Kama Sutra: Outback Australia with a camper trailer, three kids and a dog*

Author: John Perrier Narrator: John Perrier Release Date: June 2020

This true story tells of one family’s hilarious journey through Australia’s rugged outback countryside. Our intrepid adventurers work their way through numerous mishaps, including, but not limited to, an ill-advised river crossing, an inappropriately packed roof rack and some truly horrible singing. During their journey they stumble across a motley assortment of characters such as a confused check-in clerk, a grey nomad with an eye for detail regarding torches, and several Crazy Germans. While reading Campervan Kama Sutra, you’ll not only fall in love with Australia’s vast, ever-changing countryside, but you’ll also delight in the tragicomedy that arrives with unerring regularity. You’ll laugh until something hurts. *P.S. There was no dog.

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Reports from Hell Audiobook

Reports from Hell

Author: Chas Smith Narrator: Peter Berkrot Release Date: June 2020

A gonzo ride through war-torn Yemen as only Chas Smith, the award-winning author of Welcome to Paradise, Now Go to Hell and Cocaine + Surfing: A Sordid History of Surfing's Greatest Love Affair, could provide. Follow Smith and his misfit band of merrymakers as they search for the true origins of Al Qaeda and endeavor to ride the unsurfed waves of Yemen all while exploring the slim opportunities for fun in the margins of our global war on terror and at any cost-even if it means eventual kidnapping by Hezbollah.

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Imahero Audiobook


Author: Helen Flix Narrator: Mariluz Parras Release Date: June 2020

Helen Flix, que por azares del destino ha tenido la suerte de convivir con distintas tribus americanas nos presenta a través de la voz de Imahero, toda una serie de cuentos y leyendas de la selva amazónica.

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Hamptons, The - The Delaplaine 2020 Long Weekend Guide Audiobook

Hamptons, The - The Delaplaine 2020 Long Weekend Guide

Author: Andrew Delaplaine Narrator: Andrew Delaplaine Release Date: June 2020

A complete guide for everything you need to experience a great Long Weekend in The Hamptons where the uber-rich sand uber-famous gather every summer. Updated throughout the year, you'll save a lot of time using this concise guide. “This book showed me you don’t have to be Steven Spielberg or the Clintons to have a good time in the Hamptons.” Gertrude H., Milwaukee “We had a wonderful time in August—though the traffic was awful—once we got out toward Amagansett things were great.”  Ramona E., Phoenix =LODGINGS, from budget to deluxe = RESTAURANTS, from the finest the area has to offer ranging down to the cheapest (with the highest quality). More than sufficient listings to make your Long Weekend memorable. =PRINCIPAL ATTRACTIONS -- don't waste your precious time on the lesser ones. We've done all the work for you. = SHOPPING – a few interesting alternatives.

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To The Woods: A Journey Along The Appalachian Trail Audiobook

To The Woods: A Journey Along The Appalachian Trail

Author: John Scott Narrator: John Scott Release Date: June 2020

John Scott hiked the 2160 mile Appalachian Trail to celebrate his life. As a teenage boy in 1970's Scotland he was fascinated by US politics and culture. John explores this fascination as he hikes through 14 States from Georgia to Maine. Over miles and months, he realises it is the land and people which now captivates him. To The Woods is a walk through a man's life.

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The Journey Towards  Contented Life : 'Practical advice for  nomadic peoples living a better life  t Audiobook

The Journey Towards Contented Life : 'Practical advice for nomadic peoples living a better life t

Author: Jason D. Lipsey Narrator: Calvin Bradley Release Date: June 2020

Have you always wanted to travel and see the world, but your financial situation held you back? Could you imagine travelling on a limited budget but earning while you go? Are you ready to take a look at a new way of living? Have you suffered from bullying at work? Do you need to find a way to stop it before it ruins your career and life? Would you like to learn how to be stronger and more confident? Do you have a limited budget to spend on food each month? Do you still want to be able to eat healthy, organic food? This book will show you how to do it! Most of us have to live within a budget. We have to make sure that we have enough to cover rent, bills and other expenses and it’s the same when it comes to food. For many, this can often mean that we pass up eating good, healthy, nutritious food and replace it with junk food that is quicker and cheaper. But it is possible to eat well and save money. There are countless millions of people who would list travel as being one of their greatest loves. Jetting off on vacation somewhere exotic, exploring a beautiful city or relaxing on an idyllic beach; that snapshot of luxury and something different is what many of us work towards all year. Bullying is something that almost everyone experiences at some stage in their lives, whether at school, from siblings or in social settings. When bullying takes place at work however, it can become much more serious as it has the potential to impact on your financial situation if it causes you to leave your job. The best thing is to confront it, but where do you even start? Inside the pages of this book you will find the answers you’ve been looking for that will help you to:  Become more introspective  Remain polite but firm at all times  Learn not to take things personally  Seek guidance from co-workers or managers  Choose some neutral ground to have a chat  Tackle the issues head on  Offer a way to resolve the problem  Accepting your circumstances

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The Poetry of Strangers: What I Learned Traveling America with a Typewriter Audiobook

The Poetry of Strangers: What I Learned Traveling America with a Typewriter

Author: Brian Sonia-Wallace Narrator: Graham Halstead Release Date: June 2020

It might surprise you who’s a fan of poetry — when it meets them where they are. Before he became an award-winning writer and poet, Brian Sonia-Wallace set up a typewriter on the street with a sign that said “Poetry Store” and discovered something surprising: all over America, people want poems. An amateur busker at first, Brian asked countless strangers, “What do you need a poem about?” To his surprise, passersby opened up to share their deepest yearnings, loves, and heartbreaks. Hundreds of them. Then thousands. Around the nation, Brian’s poetry crusade drew countless converts from all walks of life. In The Poetry of Strangers, Brian tells the story of his cross-country journey in a series of heartfelt and insightful essays. From Minnesota to Tennessee, California to North Dakota, Brian discovered that people aren’t so afraid of poetry when it’s telling their stories. In “dying” towns flourish vibrant artistic spirits and fascinating American characters who often pass under the radar, from the Mall of America’s mall walkers to retirees on Amtrak to self-proclaimed witches in Salem. In a time of unprecedented loneliness and isolation, Brian’s journey shows how art can be a vital bridge to community in surprising places. Conventional wisdom says Americans don’t want to talk to each other, but according to this poet-for-hire, everyone is just dying to be heard. Thought-provoking, moving, and eye-opening, The Poetry of Strangers is an unforgettable portrait of America told through the hidden longings of one person at a time, by one of our most important voices today. The fault lines and conflicts which divide us fall away when we remember to look, in every stranger, for poetry. 

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