The final audiobook in the acclaimed Duskwalker trilogy. Wren is living in Greenstone under the temporary care of Charles and Mol and the protection of Chapel. Unable to determine the fate of his mother and those he left behind in Morningside, Wren believes there is nothing left to do but wait for Asher's final blow...until a man named Haiku walks into the Samurai McGann, looking for Three.
Rebecca Schiller's All That Matters shines a light on the subject of women's rights in childbirth in a whole new fashion, setting birth in context amid the struggle for reproductive rights across the world. Frank and forthright, it is full of both powerful argument and her own rich personal experiences as mother, doula, campaigner, and researcher.
When Broderick is captured, mistaken for a Guardian, it's Joanne who figures out that hackers are after the Guardian Network, the database that holds the deep secrets of shifters past and present. Thought un-hackable, the network is now in danger of being invaded, and already a Guardian has died. Strangely, Broderick now holds the key to stopping the hackers, and Joanne, with her coding skills, is the only one who can help him.
Ceril trains as a technomage aboard the Inkwell Sigil, a ship with the ability to travel between dimensions. Just as Ceril is preparing to undergo his rites and finish his training, the Inkwell Sigil loses power. Stranded in space with no way back home, Ceril and four of his classmates are given their final assignment: go into uncharted territory, find a way back home, and bring back the one person who can fix the ship - Damien Vennar himself.
"Bubbling Well Road" is a short story from Life's Handicap (1891). The story was first published in the Civil and Military Gazette on January 18, 1888.
The local residents of Cedar Bay come to Kelly's Koffee Shop for breakfast, lunch, and lots of gossip. Kelly serves it all up as she works to solve the murder of the high school Homecoming Queen. The townspeople can't believe what has happened in their sleepy little Oregon seaside town. She identifies five prime suspects, but which one did it?
Charlie is looking forward to the big Thanksgiving gathering at his house this year, but he's having trouble being a polite host to his super-annoying little cousin, Chip. Chip makes everything hard for Charlie; he gets him in trouble, ruins his things, and generally makes a nuisance of himself. On top of that, for homework, Mrs. Burke has assigned Charlie the task of writing what a family is to him. How will Charlie be able to see past his turkey of a cousin to understand the real meaning of family?
In the wake of the pope's monumental Apocalyptic Encyclical on climate change, this audiobook seeks to present both of the sides of the debate, but not only that, it seeks to invoke the thoughts of the listener so that after ingesting so much energy and theories around the subject they can create their own interpretation of this complicated and multifaceted topic of global warming and climate change!
Her name was Emme. Girl next door, thrill-seeker, open and eager for everything she could learn from my club, Command Performance, and everything she could learn from me. Sensations she could only imagine in her wildest fantasies. Acts of submission that would change her forever.
For a year, computer expert Tony Grayson was another man's dirty little secret. After months of pain from a huge betrayal, he can finally breathe again and sees a glimmer of a future. A rescue goes wrong bringing the boss' brother Shane Miller - who's big, dominating, and possessive - into Tony's life. As far as Shane is concerned, the gorgeous Italian is his.
After her mother dies from a heart attack, Sloane Templeton goes from Cyber Crimes Unit to bookstore owner before she can blink. She also "inherits" a half-batty store manager; a strange bunch of little old people from the neighborhood who meet at the store once a week but never read books, called the Granny Oakleys Book Club; and Aunt Verline, who fancies herself an Iron Chef when in reality you need a cast-iron stomach to partake of her culinary disasters.
Dating has to do with relationships and experimentation. It concerns the search for economic, societal, and emotional security. It's about compromise and expansion. It is also, believe it or not, fun. Dating is amusing and daunting. It's scary and exciting. It can be an adventure or a calamity. In fact, sometimes, it can be a bit of both.
One week ago, I thought I knew exactly how I was going to spend the rest of my life: looking at the gray walls of a prison cell. Figuring out how to survive the apocalypse wasn't something I'd planned for. Yet here I was, getting a second chance at the end of the world.
In the modern world, most women have the opportunity to do and be whatever they set their minds to. If a woman wants to be a chief executive officer (CEO), she can be a CEO. If a woman wants to be a stay-at-home mom, she can be a stay-at-home mom. However, this land of opportunity has also given rise to the idea that women can have it all, be it all, and be successful in every aspect of their lives all by themselves. Unfortunately, this is not possible, but that has not stopped women from running themselves ragged in the pursuit of perfection.
This simple guide will give you pointers about the foods that may contain gluten. It also gives you advice about foods to consume and how to make your house free of gluten products.
In 1964, 19-year-old Billy Dupaul was on his way to stardom. A modest farm boy with a lightning fastball, he had just signed a record contract with the New York Mets when a single gunshot changed his life forever. Dupaul went down on an attempted murder rap, and the Mets washed their hands of him. Eight years later, the man he was said to have shot drops dead when a shard of bullet works its way into his brain. After eight summers in Attica, Billy is about to be tried for murder.
Charlotte is absorbed in her high-tech job and is not interested in dating or romance. But one night, she meets David, a handsome man with similar interests, and they hit it off immediately.
Before Black Elk Speaks, before his epic poem "A Cycle of the West", John G. Neihardt wrote many short stories that found favor with readers and critics. Among his best were the 17 collected in Indian Tales and Others in 1926. "The Singer of the Ache", considered Neihardt's highest achievement in short fiction, portrays young Moon-Walker's quest for supernatural powers achieved at a price.
If you loved the controversial comedy of Joan Rivers, get ready to laugh out loud! Joan Rivers' 100 Greatest Jokes is a collection of Rivers' most razor-sharp punchlines, expanding her entire career. Although, the world lost Joan Rivers in 2014, her legend lives on in this hilarious keepsake. Joan Rivers' 100 Greatest Jokes is the perfect audiobook. So sit back, grab a cocktail, and enjoy a hilarious evening with the queen of comedy!
Kyle lives a typical teen's life in Cedar Falls, Washington, with his Canadian expatriate parents who commit their lives to free expression. After Kyle's parents display paintings at their art gallery that depict the president as a terrorist and mass murderer, the feds shut down the gallery and brutally arrest Kyle's parents for subversive activities.