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Mr Finchley Discovers His England Audiobook

Mr Finchley Discovers His England

Author: Victor Canning Narrator: John Higgins Release Date: August 2021

Mr Edgar Finchley, unmarried clerk, aged 45, is told to take a holiday for the first time in his life. He decides to go to the seaside. But Fate has other plans in store… From his abduction by a cheerful crook, to his smuggling escapade off the south coast, the timid but plucky Mr Finchley is plunged into a series of the most astonishing and extraordinary adventures. His rural adventure takes him gradually westward through the English countryside and back, via a smuggling yacht, to London. This gentle comedy trilogy was a runaway bestseller on first publication in the 1930s and retains a timeless appeal today. It has been dramatized twice for BBC Radio, with the 1990 series regularly repeated. What people are saying about the Mr Finchley series: ‘Wonderful character from a kinder slower England between the wars.’ ‘An overlooked gem. An innocent picaresque novel set in an arcadian version of mid 20th century England. The literary equivalent of naive painting, it narrates the adventures of a respectable upper middle-aged man who takes retirement.’ ‘An antidote to the rush of the early 21st century.’ ‘A thoroughly enjoyable stroll through a vanished England with some lovable characters. Don't expect modern, fashionable agonisings, here there is good, evil, and understanding. A lovely reminiscent wallow of a read.’ ‘Gentle well told simple story, full of pleasant surprises, and a mild mannered believable hero. Loved it to bits.’ ‘So gentle, it hurts.’ ‘There is a freshness about the writing which is charming and that disarms criticism. Don't expect any great profundities, a gripping plot or inter-character tensions - these books are of the world of Billy Bunter and William Brown - but do expect a very well-written and enjoyable romp through early twentieth-century England in the company of an engaging protagonist.’ ‘A delightful story of a man who finds himself jolted out of his comfort zone and taken on a journey beyond his wildest imaginings.’ ‘Another lovely book detailing the adventures of Mr Finchley in altogether far too short a series. Full of humour and a book I was sorry to finish as I wanted it to go on and on.’ ‘Highly recommended for anyone seeking an entertaining amusing read.’ ‘A delight to be transported to an England I never knew despite growing up in the 1950s and to experience the countryside through the sharp eyes of the author who obviously had a great love of all things rural.’ Editorial reviews: ‘Quite delightful, with an atmosphere of quiet contentment and humour that cannot fail to charm … The longer we travel with Mr Finchley, the better we come to love him. He makes us share his bread and cheese, and beer and pipe. His delight at the beauties of the countryside and his mild astonishment at the strange ways of men are infectious.’ Daily Telegraph ‘His gift of story-telling is obviously innate. Rarely does one come on so satisfying an amalgam of plot, characterisation and good writing.’ Punch ‘A paean to the beauties

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Mr Finchley Takes the Road Audiobook

Mr Finchley Takes the Road

Author: Victor Canning Narrator: John Higgins Release Date: August 2021

'Book 3 of the classic trilogy of humorous rural adventures through pre-war England Mr Finchley takes a fancy to a horse-drawn caravan that he sees for sale, but his new wife does not relish the prospect of a caravan journey so she goes to visit her brother, while he sets out to explore the countryside and go house-hunting. While learning to handle the horse and the caravan, he encounters a variety of eccentrics and country characters, and several unsuitable houses. It gradually emerges that the caravan contains a secret, and Mr Finchley finds himself in real trouble – until his wife comes to the rescue. This gentle comedy trilogy was a runaway bestseller on first publication in the 1930s and retains a timeless appeal today. It has been dramatized twice for BBC Radio, with the 1990 series regularly repeated. What people are saying about the Mr Finchley series: ‘Wonderful character from a kinder slower England between the wars.’ ‘An overlooked gem. An innocent picaresque novel set in an arcadian version of mid 20th century England. The literary equivalent of naive painting, it narrates the adventures of a respectable upper middle-aged man who takes retirement.’ ‘An antidote to the rush of the early 21st century.’ ‘A thoroughly enjoyable stroll through a vanished England with some lovable characters. Don't expect modern, fashionable agonisings, here there is good, evil, and understanding. A lovely reminiscent wallow of a read.’ ‘Gentle well told simple story, full of pleasant surprises, and a mild mannered believable hero. Loved it to bits.’ ‘So gentle, it hurts.’ ‘There is a freshness about the writing which is charming and that disarms criticism. Don't expect any great profundities, a gripping plot or inter-character tensions - these books are of the world of Billy Bunter and William Brown - but do expect a very well-written and enjoyable romp through early twentieth-century England in the company of an engaging protagonist.’ ‘A delightful story of a man who finds himself jolted out of his comfort zone and taken on a journey beyond his wildest imaginings.’ ‘Another lovely book detailing the adventures of Mr Finchley in altogether far too short a series. Full of humour and a book I was sorry to finish as I wanted it to go on and on.’ ‘Highly recommended for anyone seeking an entertaining amusing read.’ ‘A delight to be transported to an England I never knew despite growing up in the 1950s and to experience the countryside through the sharp eyes of the author who obviously had a great love of all things rural.’ Editorial reviews: ‘Quite delightful, with an atmosphere of quiet contentment and humour that cannot fail to charm … The longer we travel with Mr Finchley, the better we come to love him. He makes us share his bread and cheese, and beer and pipe. His delight at the beauties of the countryside and his mild astonishment at the strange ways of men are infectious.’ Daily Telegraph

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Open Road: A Midlife Memoir of Travel Through the National Parks Audiobook

Open Road: A Midlife Memoir of Travel Through the National Parks

Author: T W Neal Narrator: Sara Malia Hatfield Release Date: July 2021

Fans of Cheryl Strayed's Wild, Bill Bryson's A Walk in the Woods, and Elizabeth Gilbert's Eat, Pray, Love will enjoy author Toby Neal's road trip travel memoir of self-discovery as she and her husband journey through the National Parks! I had a dream to live a 'normal' life and I attained it; but along the way, I lost myself. My story began in Freckled: a Memoir of Growing up Wild in Hawaii, but it continued after I married the man of my dreams, completed my education with multiple degrees, had a successful career, and raised two beautiful children. I sacrificed to get to where I was. Though I didn't regret anything, flat on my back in the doctor's office on the cusp of my fiftieth birthday, my health was crumbling.  I no longer recognized myself. I turned my head and saw a calendar on the wall: Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah beckoned me with its mysterious sandstone hoodoos. A road trip traveling through the National Parks was just what I needed to rediscover the girl I'd been; it could help me turn a corner into my new career as a writer, and my husband would enjoy a chance to photograph the natural wonders we saw.   Sometimes, a twelve-thousand-mile road trip is also a personal quest.

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Living the RV Life: Your Ultimate Guide to Life on the Road Audiobook

Living the RV Life: Your Ultimate Guide to Life on the Road

Whether you're downsizing or thrill-seeking—or anything in between—find out if the RV lifestyle is right for you, and learn how to transition from a life of traditional home-ownership to one on the road. Do you love traveling? Meeting new people and seeing new places? Are you craving a life that feels meaningful and new? The RV lifestyle could be the answer. Both aspirational and practical, Living the RV Life is your ultimate guide to living life on the road—for people of all ages looking to downsize, travel, or work on the go. Learn if life in a motor home is right for you, with insightful details on the experiences of full-time RV-ers, tips for how to choose an RV (how big? new or used?), whether to sell your home (and if not, what to do with it), model costs, sample routes and destinations, basic vehicle maintenance, legal and government considerations—and much more! Written in a light and an easy-to-understand style, Living the RV Life is your bible to living a mobile life.

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Alaska Traveler: Dispatches from America's Last Frontier Audiobook

Alaska Traveler: Dispatches from America's Last Frontier

Author: Dana Stabenow Narrator: Marguerite Gavin Release Date: July 2021

Dana Stabenow was born in Alaska before Statehood, grew up on and around fishing boats, worked for an air taxi service, a cannery, and later, on the oilfields of the North Slope. Today, she's an Edgar-award winning mystery writer with over twenty-five Alaska-based novels to her credit. Stabenow knows Alaska. Writing for Alaska Magazine, she revisits old haunts and explores new ones to capture the vital pioneering spirit of her home state. From cruising the Inner Passage to hiking the Chilkoot Trail, bidding on bachelors at Talkeetna's Winterfest, to a behind-the-scenes look at the Iditarod sled dog race, Alaska Traveler collects over fifty of Stabenow's columns about life on America's last frontier. It's Alaska in all seasons-not just the summer months-and in all its quirky, iconoclastic glory. Travelers planning a trip to Alaska will find much to inspire them, as will those just interested to learn more about the state that residents call The Great Land.

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How to Use a Compass For Kids (And Adults Too!): Your Little Guide to Becoming an Expert Navigator W Audiobook

How to Use a Compass For Kids (And Adults Too!): Your Little Guide to Becoming an Expert Navigator W

Author: Henry D. Bridges Narrator: Tracey Yuen Release Date: July 2021

The fantastic little guide to learning how to use a compass!Today, we primarily use these tiny computers called cellphones that fit in our pockets to help us navigate. It's never been easier to know exactly where you are and find a route to where you want to go. Still, these fancy computers can have their fair share of problems. Batteries run out of charge, GPS lose signal outside of cities, and they can run out of data... This is where this fantastic yet simple tool comes in handy. Yup. You guessed it... a compass! Although we rarely use this awesome little gadget nowadays, it truly changed the world. Best of all, a compass can always be relied on to help you find your way around no matter where you are! This creative guide has everything to help the little explorer in your life learn how to use a compass. - Learn the How-To's and become an expert navigator. - The exciting history of this magical device. - Compass anatomy explained. - Filled with helpful tips, tricks, and interesting facts. - Suitable for young and old explorers ages 10 and up. Learning how to use a compass is incredibly helpful, even today. It's also tons of fun as you get to experience the outdoors and learn in a creative way. So treat the adventurer in your life (big or small), and grab this fun guide now!

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Turtle Envy: How facing the fear of diving added new adventures in life and new depths in love Audiobook

Turtle Envy: How facing the fear of diving added new adventures in life and new depths in love

Author: A. K. Snyder Narrator: A. K. Snyder Release Date: July 2021

Learn to scuba alongside Alycea, a claustrophobic bubble watcher determined to overcome her anxiety and explore the reefs. After a failed scuba class triggered her panic, Alycea swore never to try diving again. But when her husband fell in love with the sport, she faced a decision: overcome the fear or accept her fate as a bubble watcher. Alycea clung to her identity as a free-spirited explorer as she struggled to master the mechanics of diving. Her focus on self-reliance blocked her from trusting her dive buddy and this conflict extended beyond diving. Was she harming her marriage with her inability to rely on others? In lyrical prose, this journey is fraught with panic, humor, and dogged determination. From the coral reefs of Florida to the muck sites of Indonesia, you'll revel in the beautiful scenery and triumph in overcoming fear so you can live the life you choose. This memoir will have you cheering for small successes and reflecting on what it means to trust your partner.

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GuíaBurros: Rutas por lugares míticos y sagrados de España Audiobook

GuíaBurros: Rutas por lugares míticos y sagrados de España

Author: Esther De Aragón, Sebastián Vázquez Narrator: Kelu Robles Release Date: July 2021

GuíaBurros Rutas por lugares míticos y sagrados de España descubre los enclaves míticos que no aparecen en las guías de viajes, desde el Pico Sacro, pasando por la cueva de Río Escondido, hasta los mitos esotéricos en la sierra de Aracena.

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GuíaBurros: El Camino de Santiago y el juego de la Oca: Claves del buen saber Audiobook

GuíaBurros: El Camino de Santiago y el juego de la Oca: Claves del buen saber

Author: Sebastián Vázquez Narrator: Kelu Robles Release Date: July 2021

Esta obra ofrece la perspectiva de la tradición esotérica e iniciática del Camino de Santiago. Las características del esoteros consistían en que era un conocimiento que debía ser expresamente solicitado , que era transmitido solo oralmente y sobre el que se debía guardar secreto. Las claves esotéricas del Camino han estado discretamente ocultas en un mutus liber. Este es el del Juego de la Oca que muestra un mapa de las etapas del Camino con sus hitos y pruebas. Este conocimiento se llamaba buen saber y tenía su propia 'lectura' que se muestra en las etapas olvidadas de la 'Casa del Grial' y las del 'Camino de Resurrección'. 

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The Listening Road: One Man's Ride Across America to Start Conversations About God Audiobook

The Listening Road: One Man's Ride Across America to Start Conversations About God

Author: Neil Tomba Narrator: Neil Tomba Release Date: June 2021

In today's contentious social climate, is it possible to talk to people-whether strangers or friends-about life's deepest and most sensitive topics? In The Listening Road, you'll ride along on one man's remarkable 33-day journey cycling across the United States on a mission to engage with people from all walks of life in real conversations about things that matter most. Includes an audiobook-exclusive track with tips and thoughts on how to begin conversations that may open a pathway to talk about deeper spiritual topics and Jesus. As a pastor, Neil Tomba noticed a disturbing trend among people in church: they were finding it increasingly difficult to talk about God to those outside of the church. Neil wanted to practice what he preached, so he set out to bike across the United States, talking-and, more importantly, listening-to strangers from all walks of life about faith, their stories, and matters of the heart. The Listening Road takes you on Neil's remarkable journey across the country and straight into its soul-from Route 66 motels to state parks, a lake house, and a railway car; from conversations with Amish farmers to chats with truckers, cowboys, mechanics, and a descendant of Daniel Boone. From one city, farm, and highway to the next, we discover - practical ways to change our posture toward others to foster conversation, - why curiosity, kindness, and respect open up communication about God, and - how even in a culture of division and antagonism, real connection is possible. In our polarizing time, Neil models with compassion and curiosity that genuine connection happens if only we are willing to listen in love.

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Sea, Sun & Taraipo: Millionaires in Time Audiobook

Sea, Sun & Taraipo: Millionaires in Time

Author: John Jameson Narrator: John Jameson, Nicole Kilchoer Release Date: June 2021

If you are thinking about a healthy, life changing, totally immersive, climate friendly, adventurous voyage, listen to our story: Tales of the oceans, sharing life with indigenous people in remote locations, alternating solitude with deep and joyous relationships, confronting danger, storms and shipwreck. We survive to tell the story, in a gentle, easy to listen to, style.

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Bedtime Adventure Stories for Grown Ups: Short Stories for Short Attention Spans Audiobook

Bedtime Adventure Stories for Grown Ups: Short Stories for Short Attention Spans

Author: Anna Mcnuff Narrator: Anna Mcnuff Release Date: June 2021

Have you ever wanted to kayak down a gorge in New Zealand? Or run night-time marathons through the Californian desert? How about rollerblading 100 miles around Amsterdam? You have? Then pour yourself a cup of cocoa, get those jim-jams on and prepare to escape into a world of adventure with this collection of life-affirming short stories from award-winning adventurer Anna McNuff. You'll go road trippin’ through the Canadian winter. Bivvy out on a mountaintop in Wales. Explore pockets of wilderness around the city of London and take a journey by bike across Europe. Always upbeat and often insightful, Bedtime Adventure Stories is the antidote to adult life. It’ll have you drifting off into the land of nod, dreaming up journeys of your very own – and it’s proof that the only thing standing between you and the next wild adventure is a willingness to step beyond your front door. ★ Because grown-ups need bedtime stories too ★

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