The Presidents Club was born at Eisenhower’s inauguration when Harry Truman and Herbert Hoover first conceived the idea. Over the years that followed - and to this day - the presidents relied on, misunderstood, sabotaged, and formed alliances with one another that changed history. The world’s most exclusive fraternity is a complicated place: its members are bound forever because they sat in the Oval Office and know its secrets, yet they are immortal rivals for history’s favor.
"Inflection of narrator really annoying"
When terrifying, bizarre things kept happening to a hard-working Massachusetts farmer, he did what anyone would do. First, he went to the local police chief. Then he went to his priest. And then he went to Ed and Lorraine Warren, the world's most famous demonologists, who investigated the Amityville horror and other terrifying cases of demonic possession. It was the Warrens who called in one of America's most renowned exorcists, Bishop Robert McKenna. What they all experienced is described in this book
"8 hours of my life wasted"
This audio collection presents the best-of-the-best short science fiction novels published in 2013 by current and emerging masters of this vibrant form. In Earth I, by Stephen Baxter, a search among the stars to ferret out the origins of mankind amidst the Xaian normalisation digs up many surprises. In Success, by Michael Blumlein, a brilliant but erratic biologist studying epigenetics struggles to hang onto his grip on everyday life as he writes his ground-breaking tome.
"drawn out novellas"
Number one New York Times best-selling author Fern Michaels' Christmas anthologies have become a heartwarming holiday tradition, and this year, she is joined by fellow best-selling author Nancy Bush, for a powerhouse combination!
Learn the steps needed to develop innovative and mutually beneficial sponsorship relationships. Nancy Michaels divulges the simple 10-step process that she used to gain over $200,000 in sponsorships in one year.
"just a lousy interview"
This collection of unabridged, unforgettable tales, written by some of science fiction's most esteemed authors, pays homage to one of the genre's most cherished story types. Whether time travel stories leap forward in time or slip into the past, they remain popular with fans.
"Enjoyable, fun, entertaining set of stories"
This is an unabridged audio collection of the "best of the best" science fiction stories published in 2013 by current and emerging masters of the genre, edited by Allan Kaster, as narrated by top voice talents. In "Zero for Conduct," by Greg Egan, an Afghani teenager, living in a near-future Iran with her exiled grandfather, makes a game-changing superconductor discovery. A young girl struggles to survive on a planet, with a stringent class structure, where Doors are used to go off-world in "Exile, Interrupted," by C. W. Johnson.
No one has ever been in a position to see the presidents, and the presidency, so intimately, over so many years. They called him in for photo opportunities. They called for comfort. They asked about death and salvation; about sin and forgiveness. At a time when the nation is increasingly split over the place of religion in public life, The Preacher and the Presidents reveals how the world's most powerful men and world's most famous evangelist, Billy Graham, knit faith and politics together.
"Enjoyed the story. Didn't like the narration."
Though their industries might vary, these individuals have all become well-known for their leadership and dedication. Learn more about Captain D. Michael Abrashoff, Fred Wiersema, John Kao, and others.
"Insurrection" by Nicholas Lemann; "Pump Pressure" by James Surowiecki; "Gone With the Surge" by Peter J. Boyer; "Intelligent Design" by Paul Rudnick; "The Kingdom" by Michael Specter; "Mammy for the Masses" by Hilton Als; and "Seeing Stars" by Nancy Franklin.
"Game Plan" by George Packer; "What Money Can Buy" by Michael Specter; "Quiet Depravity" by Dana Goodyear; "Paper Tiger" by Joan Acocella; "Big Mac" by Nancy Franklin; "Family Matters" by David Denby.
"Pileup" by Hendrik Hertzberg; "Elements of E-Style" by Nick Paumgarten; "Sh-h-h" by Michael Schulman; "India's Skills Famine" by James Surowiecki; "My First Passport" by Orhan Pamuk; "There and Back Again" by Nick Paumgarten; "The Wives of Others" by Rebecca Mead; "Feeling It" by Sasha Frere-Jones; "Landscape Artist" by Nancy Franklin; and "Sleaze City" by David Denby.