Charlie Campbell was your average, balding, thirty-year-old alcoholic with a dead-end job and a penchant for shambling through life one mistake after another. However, none of that mattered following the sudden arrival of a mysterious sickness that brought with it infected mobs of zombie-like creatures thirsting for the flesh of the living. Trapped in a Chicago apartment the morning after a raucous bachelor party, Charlie and his old fraternity buddies must battle for survival against the cannibalistic horde, a military invasion and their own rampant stupidity.
"Very Nearly Perfect"
If you've ever struggled with losing weight and keeping it off, I don't have to tell you it's a challenge. You already know. What if losing weight could be as easy as flipping a switch? I know that sounds incredible. But now there's an abundance of research telling us that may be possible. In his new book, The Fat Switch, Dr. Richard J. Johnson, presents news-breaking, science-based studies that will reverse current thinking on both the cause and treatment of obesity.
"Want to understand weight gain?"
What happens when a bunch of 30-year-old degenerates survive an apocalyptic zombie outbreak? They get into even more trouble in the aftermath. Duh. That's right, Charlie Campbell and several of his loser friends have escaped a nightmare Chicago fraught with zombies and an occupying army, only to find the wild-lands beyond aren't any safer.
"More zombies, less beer"
Vidu, a used-car dealer and d-bag extraordinaire, had been aimlessly wandering the streets of Chicago with only one thing on his mind… and that was before he got turned into a zombie. Just when you thought you had seen the last of him, now you can find out what happened to Vidu after he left his friends behind during the pandemonium of Dead Drunk: Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse… One Beer at a Time. Humor, action, zombies, hangovers, gratuitous insults, and more Vidu!
"there are very few humor driven zombie apocalypse"
Maya Angelou: A Glorious Celebration offers an unusual and irresistible look at her life and her myriad interests and accomplishments. Created by the people who know her best - her longtime friends Marcia Ann Gillespie and Richard A. Long, and her niece, Rosa Johnson Butler - it captures Angelou at home, at work, and in the public eye.
"A most wonderful intro to maya!"
An elderly man believes he will die if his grandfather clock stops ticking - and when the clock is given away; he must stop at nothing to keep it wound.
"Too simple story. Still, an OK listen."
Tom is no bigger than his father's thumb, and his adventures include being swallowed by a cow, tangling with giants, and becoming a favourite of King Arthur. The History of Tom Thumb tells that in the days of King Arthur, old Thomas of the Mountain, a plowman and a member of the King's Council, wants nothing more than a son, even if he is no bigger than his thumb.
So you think a cat has nine lives, well, Tom Thumb has 29! Follow the adventures of Tom, and see how many times he escapes death...one time being mixed into pudding, another being eaten by a giant, and ending up in the sea, then getting eaten by a fish, and ending up on the King's table! See how many more adventures Tom has, and how the Fairies take care of him to help him survive. Narrated by Kathy Verduin.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch objected to the decision by FBI Director James Comey to notify Congress that the bureau was reviewing newly discovered emails that might be related to the previously closed investigation of Hillary Clinton’s handling of classified information, according to an official familiar with the matter.
"Oregon Protesters Urged to Leave after Ammon Bundy Arrest" is from the U.S. section of The New York Times. It was written by Julie Turkewitz, Kirk Johnson and Richard Pérez Peña and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.
"In Oregon, Law Enforcement Faces Dilemma in Confronting Armed Group" is from the U.S. section of The New York Times. It was written by Kirk Johnson, Richard Pérez Peña and Erik Eckholm and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.