Nyx is the ruler of the banished Angels. When her flock returns home, she's stuck on Earth with none other than the Son of God. Surprisingly, God's son tells her he was tricked into sacrificing himself for a cause he doesn't believe in - mankind's redemption. As his mortal body dies, the Son of God offers the Queen of Hell a paradise on Earth if she completes a single mission: helping him obliterate humanity.
"An excellent read"
The Founding Fathers series, edited by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., examines the presidencies of George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison.
"A well presented short series"
John T. Cacioppo's groundbreaking research topples one of the pillars of modern medicine and psychology: the focus on the individual as the unit of inquiry. By employing brain scans, monitoring blood pressure, and analyzing immune function, he demonstrates the overpowering influence of social context - a factor so strong that it can alter DNA replication.
"If you don't feel lonely, the narrator will help."
Explore the mystery of the 2012 prophecy in a whole new light. This recording goes deeper than the vague predictions made by ancient prophets and seers; it explores how the earth is in the middle of a transformation that will change the way we live our lives forever. Understand how the changes we see around us are unfolding right now.
After John R. Patrick's career at IBM, he took a seat on the board of a teaching hospital. He was surprised to learn how hospitals and physicians lagged at adopting information technology, and was appalled at the needless complexity of healthcare delivery processes. Instead of shaking his head and walking away, Patrick took action.
"Why does it cost so much and what can be done?"
What would happen if Odysseus met Captain Ahab in the Fortieth Century? Only Captain Ahab is a beautiful woman named Steel who owns her own starship, and Odysseus is an unemployed actor named Mohandas who's stuck on the backside of a backwater moon because he won't pay his taxes. Everybody almost everybody lives forever, and there's a telepathic Internet that allows the entire population of the galaxy to communicate at will and even experience the world from another person's perspective.
Perhaps no U.S. president was less suited for the practice of politics than John Adams. A gifted philosopher who helped lead the movement for American independence from its inception, Adams was unprepared for the realities of party politics that had already begun to dominate the new country before Washington left office. But, as John Patrick Diggins shows, Adams's contributions still resonate today.
"A Worthy Addition"
Steed and Dr Keel return to action in these four re-creations of classic lost episodes.
Inspired by the major motion picture Letters to God, this audio novel is for listeners eager to hear more of this inspiring story. Tyler, a nine-year-old boy, is stricken with incurable brain cancer and begins to write letters to God. He turns his suffering into spiritual lessons for his widowed mother, his embittered adolescent brother, and a troubled postman. This story of hope will help readers from all walks work toward greater understanding of God’s presence and care.
Following his departure from office, Ronald Reagan moved to the margins of public interest. But like Lincoln, who was also attacked for decades after his death, Reagan deserves to be regarded as one of our greatest presidents, an exemplar of true conservative values. In this bold and philosophical reevaluation, John Patrick Diggins reveals that Reagan was a far more active and sophisticated president than we ever knew.
"Changing History to discredit Reagan"
The upcoming Presidential election will be pivotal in determining our country's future for years to come. The race is intensifying, but our antiquated voting system may not be able to accurately count all the votes. Millions of military and other overseas voters will be dependent on the postal system to vote. Millions of votes in past elections went uncounted. The United States ranks number 31 out of the leading 34 developed countries in voter participation.
S group of Soviet Georgians develop a strain of common bacteria and create an epidemic against the Russian High Command. Robert Cook, a microbiologist in La Jolla helps track down the perpetrators through France, Moscow and the Georgian republic. The novel features the sights, sounds and tastes of those lands, while bringing in enough science to interest the lay reader who likes a galloping thriller...
"It is a very well written mystery thriller"
In the tradition of old-fashioned limericks, the late Pulitzer Prize-winning author, John Patrick penned this delightful collection of lyrical poetry that is guaranteed to stretch even the wildest of imaginations. More than a compilation of naughty songs, Dirty Ditties is a hilarious look at such subjects as sin, virtue, greed, divorce, fame, hope, love, maturity, food, weight and royalty.
"Bugs berries and your house"
Republicans decry the leakers; Democrats applaud them...oh, how the tables have turned. How to make sense of the Flynn affair and revelations...
Nikolas was born with several major physical problems including Spina Bifida. Listen as Nikolas tells you of his love-filled life on Earth and his experiences with God in Heaven.
"Rob Granniss/Brick Shop Audiobooks three cheers!"
The award-winning National Theatre of Brent aka Desmond Olivier Dingle and Raymond Box present the entire epic struggle of the Suffragettes or the Giant Ladies as they was also known. In other words the fight for ladies to have the vote so they can vote like we do today. Few people realize what they went through and what the men done to stop it and it wasn't just the vote they won but a great revolution that the world needs today more than any other revolution actually before it all goes pear-shaped basically. This is their historic story.
"Sparrin' Words", by Hendrik Hertzberg; "J. D. Salinger", by Adam Gopnik; "Bearable", by Lillian Ross; "A Night at the Movies", by John Seabrook; "The Trafficker", by Patrick Radden Keefe; "The Patch", by John McPhee; and "Castle in the Air", by Paul Goldberger.
This edition of CatoAudio features David Boaz and Patrick Basham on the midterm elections and state of the nation; John Samples on Election 2002; Andrew Biggs on Social Security choice; Ivan Eland on the case against attacking Iraq; Doug Bandow on the pitfalls of nation building; and Wendy Kaminer on defending liberty in America today.