The 39 Clues is unstoppable! The bestselling series returns with an adventure spanning four explosive books and a website that places listeners right in the action.
The Cahill family has a secret. For five hundred years, they have guarded the 39 Clues - thirty-nine ingredients in a serum that transforms whomever takes it into the most powerful person on earth. If the serum got into the wrong hands, the disaster would rock the world. So certain Cahills have always made it their mission to keep the serum safe, buried, locked away. Until now. Thirteen-year-old Dan Cahill and his older sister, Amy, are the latest guardians of the Clues. They think they've done everything right, but a tiny mistake leads to catastrophe.
"Book 7 After Cahills vs. Vespers Book 6"
People of faith are lined up in lanes all over this globe, batons in hand, running the race that matters most in this world - the divine relay. The divine relay is tough. The track is treacherous. There are so many ways to mangle the exchange zones, to overshoot, to be knocked off the track, to drop the baton, to stop running. The church needs champion runners who never give up, who persevere no matter what they encounter, who run to win, unstoppable, no matter the cost.
"Baton's are not optional"
The 39 Clues is unstoppable! The best-selling series returns with an adventure spanning four explosive volumes and a website that places listeners right in the action. Confidential until May 2014!
"Pony doesn't have to die !!!"
Being unstoppable is about believing and achieving. It’s about having faith in yourself, your talents and your purpose and, most of all, in God’s great love and His divine plan for your life. Through stories from his own life and the experiences of many others, Nick Vujicic explains how anyone wanting a “ridiculously good life” can respond to issues to become unstoppable. What’s standing in your way? Are you ready to become unstoppable?
"Who Are We??"
Why are some people more successful than others? Self-confidence! What one great goal would you set if you knew you could not fail? What wonderful things would you want to do with your life if you were guaranteed success in anything you attempted? Your level of self-confidence determines the size of the goals you set, the energy and determination that you focus on achieving them, and the amount of persistence you apply to overcoming every obstacle.
"Poor Quality Recording"
Everyone feels it. And most of us know it's not right. But only a few find out the real story behind what all of us sense is true: we are not meant to walk around bent over, burdened by the weight of our own past. We can do so much better than struggle to sweeten what is bitter. Besides, it doesn't work.
As a member of the most powerful family history has ever known, 13-year-old Dan Cahill has been shot at, kidnapped, and even thrown into a pit with a deadly snake. He’s survived it all due to luck, smarts, and his older sister, Amy, who always sticks by his side. Now Dan and Amy are facing their greatest threat yet, an enemy who has found a way to use the source of the Cahill family power against them.
"THIS IS NOT BOOK 2!"
It is no secret that more than two-thirds of the shots a golfer makes are shorts ones: putts, chips, and pitches. Long drives may garner applause, but whether a golfer wants to win the Masters or just five bucks from a friend on Saturday morning, it’s the little shots that make the difference. In The Unstoppable Golfer, Dr. Bob Rotella takes the same wisdom and experience that have worked for clients like Davis Love III and David Toms to help you master this special art of short shots and avoid all the frustration out of this increasingly challenging element of the game.
"Not my favorite"
What Matters Now is Gary Hamel's impassioned plea to rethink the fundamental assumptions we have about management, the meaning of work, and organizational life. He asks, "What are the fundamental, make-or-break issues that will determine whether your organization thrives or dives in the years ahead?"
If anyone understands the phrase "tough luck", it's Harrison. As a foster kid in a cruel home, he knows his dream of one day playing for the NFL is a long shot. Then Harrison's luck seems to change. He is brought into a new home with kind, loving parents - his new dad is even a football coach. Harrison's big build and his incredible determination quickly make him a star running back on the junior high school team. In no time, he's practically unstoppable. But Harrison's good luck can't last forever.
"Review of a 9 and 10 year old"
Coke and Pepsi McDonald didn’t want to jump off a cliff. They didn't want to get hit by poisoned darts from blowguns either. And they certainly don't want to get locked in their burning school, thrown into a pit at the top of a sand dune, or drowned in a vat of liquefied Spam. But what are you supposed to do when you’re being chased across the country by your insane health teacher and two guys in bowler hats who are trying to kill you? One thing's for sure, it'll be a snap for Coke and Pep to write their essays on "How I Spent My Summer Vacation."
Love with the Proper Stranger: FBI agent John Miller was on the trail of a notorious female serial killer, and he couldn’t blow his cover to anyone. Not even the beguiling Mariah Carver, who had unwittingly entangled herself in a web of deadly deceit. Letters to Kelly: For years, a trumped-up charge - and a Central American prison cell - kept Jax Winchester from claiming the girl he loved. Now he was a free man. Or was he? He was still a prisoner, in a jail of his own making.
"Love The Naration"
What if everything you thought you needed to do to succeed was actually standing in the way of your success? Tama Kieves, Harvard-lawyer-turned-career-coach, has spent the last decade crossing the United States and Canada, speaking to tens of thousands of people and sharing her inspiring story of moving from a career that was killing her to a life that has uplifted her. She has mentored thousands of people who, with her help, have followed their passion, and now live their dream lives.
We've all known people who always seem happy, full of energy, and ready to take on the world, no matter what. They're always smiling and appear to have as much energy at the end of the day as they do at the beginning, which they always start with a smile.
This audiobook will make you better by teaching you how to overcome three neurological traps that block successful people, like you, from realizing your full potential. Then, it will make you faster by teaching you six patterns of opportunity - convergence, divergence, cyclicality, redirection, reduction, and acceleration. Each pattern you'll learn is a repeatable shortcut that has created fortunes for ex-criminals, reclusive billionaires, disruptive CEOs, and ordinary people who unexpectedly made it big.
"From children's books to cool advertising to beer"
FBI agent John Miller was on the trail of a notorious female serial killer, and he couldn’t blow his cover to anyone. Not even the beguiling Mariah Carver, who had unwittingly entangled herself in a web of deadly deceit. The daring lawman couldn’t deny his feelings for Mariah, but he was poised to wed another woman: the ruthless Black Widow, who marries – then murders – her victims….
There is an invisible barrier that stands in the way of our happiness. The evidence is all around us. Only the few are willing to see it. And these people succeed where most others fail. What is it that stands in the way between us and the kind of success we've always dreamed of? Fear. It's true. Even the most successful people in the world fear losing what they have gained.
"Incredible insights - best I've found on Audible"
Octobia May is a girl filled with questions. Her heart condition makes her special - and, some folks would argue, gives this ten-year-old powers that make her a "wise soul." Thank goodness for Auntie, who convinces Octobia's parents to let her live in her boarding house that is filled with old folks. That's when trouble, and excitement, and wonder begin.
If you cut off a spider's leg, it's crippled; if you cut off its head, it dies. But if you cut off a starfish's leg it grows a new one, and the old leg can grow into an entirely new starfish. The Starfish and the Spider argues that organizations fall into two categories: "spiders", which have a rigid hierarchy, and "starfish", which rely on the power of peer relationships.
"Centralized and decentralized models"