Luis Fuentes has always been sheltered from the gang violence that nearly destroyed his brothers' lives. But that didn't stop him from taking risks - whether he's scaling a mountain in the Rockies or dreaming of a future as an astronaut, Luis can't stop looking for the next thrill.
"Love these characters!"
Paramedic Anneliese Ashmore's routine shift takes a startling turn when she answers the call she was never meant to hear - a call to a crime scene where her sister, Sydney, is the victim of an apparent overdose suicide. The evidence says otherwise. In the midst of a heated divorce, motive implicates Sydney's soon-to-be ex-husband. While the police focus on the single lead, Ana makes her own discovery.
Ce livre audio propose plusieurs protocoles d'accompagnement afin de permettre à l'auditeur de se libérer de ses émotions ou réactions gênantes, peurs ou même phobies. L'objectif de cette séance de coaching en PNL (Programmation Neuro-Linguistique) est ainsi de permettre à l'auditeur de se libérer de son passé dans ce qu'il peut encore porter de douloureux, comme ses traumatismes, mais aussi de vivre plus sereinement son présent et son futur.
The explosion violently blew the windows out of the building. Screaming students darted across the lawn, barely escaping the shards of glass raining down on them. All of the students except Stevo, who still stood below the gaping hole in the wall, oblivious to the blood running down his face and arms. "Coach, Coach," he screamed. "I'm here, Coach. Coach, I'm here." Mary O'Reilly investigates the death of a beloved high school coach while she tries to overcome the repercussion of solving Jeannine's murder.
"This is the one that made me give up."
"J.K. Rowling on the Reaction to a Black Hermione: 'Idiots Were Going to Idiot'" is from CNET.com, published on June 6, 2016. It was written by Gael Fashingbauer Cooper and narrated by Rex Anderson.
If there’s anyone who can prevent a bar or restaurant from going belly-up, it’s Jon Taffer. Widely considered the greatest authority in the food and beverage, hotel, and hospitality industries, he runs the biggest trade show in the business and has turned around nearly 1,000 bars and at least that many restaurants.
"Wish Jon was the narrator!!"
A passion hot enough to melt a glacier. A love that shakes them to the core... The savage Antarctic winter is closing in, and three research scientists are scheduled for the last flight out - until an unexpected blizzard traps all three of them in the compound. There's Tuck, who joined the project only to be close to sexy-but-straight Brendan, the man of his dreams. And Jamie, who has always admired the other two from afar. Thrown into a dangerous situation, the three of them turn to each other for survival, solace...and more.
The wildfire virus has caused irreversible damage to the UK, and fleeing looks like the only option left. For Michael Evans that represents a serious problem. Wheelchair-bound, and with the other survivors at the castle taken hostage by a maniac and her murderous followers, Michael alone must find a way to escape, and he will have to do it fast. Because the end is inevitable. And the clock is ticking....
Mexican drug networks are large and violent, engaging in activities like the trafficking of narcotics, money laundering, extortion, kidnapping, and mass murder. Despite the impact of these activities in Mexico and abroad, these illicit networks are remarkably resilient to state intervention.
Starting with a superbly concise explanation of the Industrial Revolution, authors Garrett and Godfrey explore the intricate series of events that followed on the heels of a conservative reaction to Napoleon's defeat. With varying degrees of success, the victorious Allied powers sought to reinstall monarchy and religious authority throughout Europe.
"Excellent Book on The Topic"
Has American higher education become a dinosaur? Why, in short, are problems that should be easy for universities to solve so intractable? The answer, Louis Menand argues, is that the institutional structure and the educational philosophy of higher education have remained the same for 100 years.
"Prepare to be lectured"
Reveals the truth behind the controversial issue of vaccine-related injuries. Proponents declare that vaccines have saved millions of lives. Critics claim that the success is overstated and that vaccines may even be dangerous. Many consider mandatory vaccinations a violation of individual rights or religious principles. Many in public health argue that vaccine mandates are critical and justified and that antivaccination sentiment has resulted in outbreaks of preventable childhood illnesses.
"Exposes Facts Not Supposed to be Public"
"Tulsa’s Prayers, and Past Scars, Softened Reaction to Police Shooting" is from the September 23, 2016, United States section of The New York Times. It was written by Manny Fernandez and Michael Wines and narrated by Barbara Benjamin-Creel.
Artist Mia Kearney has the perfect life: A successful career, a home she loves, amazing friends... until her world explodes one hot August morning. Lone survivor of a nuclear accident, Mia awakens in a government facility, faced with Homeland Security agent Nicholas Price, a man who wants answers she knows she doesn’t have. When Mia escapes, Nick has a choice to make. The CIA wants him off the case, but instinct tells him not to let Mia out of his sight.
"Hard-Right Choice for U.S. Ambassador to Israel Draws Polarizing Reactions" is from the December 16, 2016 World section of The New York Times. It was written by Sewell Chan and narrated by Corey M. Snow.
"Reaction to Greg Hardy Photos Deflects from Broader Domestic-violence Issues" is from the November 09, 2015 Ideas and Controversy section of The Washington Post. It was written by Editorial Board and narrated by Sam Scholl.
Chain Reaction is the entertaining BBC Radio 4 tag talk show where this week's guest is next week's interviewer. Famous names from the world of show business choose who they would like to chat to, and must submit to being questioned in their turn the week after. In this eighth series, guests (and hosts) include Catherine Tate, David Tennant, Richard Wilson, Arabella Weir and Paul Whitehouse.
A hilariously funny, touching, and revelatory book from one of America's preeminent humorist. In his plays, his screenplays, and his writing for The New Yorker and Premiere, Paul Rudnick has established himself as a comic master whose talents transcend genre. Now, in I Shudder, he trains his wickedly perceptive eye on everything from his New Jersey family to Hollywood to demented alcoholic Broadway stars waving swords.
"Beautiful and funny"
Is your child / teenager in danger of losing control of their anger? Are you searching for a solution to their angry outbursts? If so, this relaxing, calming recording for 10-16 year olds could be your answer. Lynda helps them learn to cope with anger without feeling overwhelmed and losing control. In a safe and gentle environment the recording helps them release tension and understand better the triggers for their uncontrolled angry reactions.
Former Chicago Detective Jordan Pierce put his life on hold in order to protect America's secret weapon against the Nazis - The Manhattan Project. But he can't protect himself against the disease eating away at his humanity. Jordan discovers how much of his soul this infection has devoured when he falls in love with the woman who could destroy America. Choosing her means choosing the monster he's becoming, making him the most powerful man he's ever known.
"Gritty mix of fact and fiction."