A new collection of Christmas adventures, starring 12 incarnations of the Doctor plus many of his friends and enemies. Inside this festive audiobook of Doctor Who stories, you'll find timey-wimey mysteries, travels in the TARDIS, monster-chasing excitement and plenty of Christmas magic. Find out what happens when the Third Doctor meets Jackie Tyler, the Seventh Doctor and Ace encounter an alien at Macy's department store, and the Ninth Doctor tries to get Rose a red bicycle for Christmas.
"A Whovian Christmas treat!"
Told through the eyes of current and former Navy SEALs, Eyes on Target is an inside account of some of the most harrowing missions in American history-including the mission to kill Osama bin Laden and the mission that wasn't, the deadly attack on the US diplomatic outpost in Benghazi where a retired SEAL sniper with a small team held off one hundred terrorists while his repeated radio calls for help went unheeded.
Over a decade has passed since the World Trade Center attacks of September 11, 2001, and yet there are still many unanswered questions surrounding that fateful day, which changed a nation forever. Conspiracy theories attribute the planning and execution of the attacks to two parties other than Al-Qaeda and claim there was advance knowledge of the attacks amongst high-level government and military officials.
"Do not get this book if you can't handle the truth!"
Zwischen dem 18. und frühen 20. Jahrhundert entstand eine Vielzahl historischer Reisebeschreibungen und Reisetagebücher. Dieses Hörbuch entführt auf eine Hör-Reise in ferne Länder und andere Kulturen. Roald Amundsen und Robert F. Scott erleben einen mörderischen Zweikampf in antarktischem Eis in "Wettlauf zum Pol". Die Schriftsteller Lou Andreas-Salomé und Rainer Maria Rilke schildern "Russische Impressionen". Der berühmte Offizier und Übersetzer Sir Richard Francis Burton begibt sich inkognito und unter Lebensgefahr auf eine "Pilgerfahrt nach Medina und Mekka", während Charles Darwin wichtige Entdeckungen in der Südsee auf seiner "Reise auf der Beagle" macht.
Lambda Award-winning editor Richard Labonté leaves no fetish unfulfilled in this new collection of gay erotica. This steamy collection contains a wide range of erotic short stories for listeners with a taste for sizzling storylines and uninhibited, unrepentant mansex. Scott Promfret, coauthor of the Romentics series of gay romance novels, contributes "The Competitor", in which a hunky athlete unexpectedly meets his match at the gym. Cat Tailor's rollicking "Delta Boys" finds four randy soldier boys, back from the frontlines, living out their fantasies in a sleazy motel room.
When the Pullman family lost their eldest son to an unexpected illness just before Christmas, it was devastating, especially to four-year-old Suzanna who shared a special bond with her big brother. Suzanna grew up to be a famous artist, but to her family, that last painting she made for her big brother was her most important work. This is the story of that gift and how it inspired the Pullman family to keep alive the spirit of love, imagination, and hope for generations to come.
"Hard To Believe This Was Written by OSC"
How do you argue with perfection? The voters in the coaches and media polls can deliberate who's No. 1, the computers can spit out endless data to add to the arguments and everyone involved can ponder the merits of a playoff system, but some things aren't up for debate, especially the final perfection of Auburn's 2004 season. With a 13-0 record, an SEC championship and a Sugar Bowl victory, the Tigers know, "We're national champions in our hearts, even if no one else thinks so," Jason Campbell said.
When a young, Hawaiian street cat named Percy befriends and becomes separated from a vacationer named Barry, he spends years traveling the United States trying to catch up with his friend. Armed with the knowledge that the young boy's mother lives in a big white house, a cast of characters from the animal kingdom point Percy in the direction of Washington, DC, where he will find a "Big White House". Percy arrives on the final day of Richard Nixon's presidency and makes himself at home.
"Percy is lovable"
"Don't Treat Young Adults as Teenagers" is from the April 30, 2016 Opinion section of The New York Times. It was written by Laurence Steinberg, Thomas Grisso, Elizabeth S. Scott and Richard J. Bonnie and narrated by Kristi Burns.
For Twilight fans and beyond: the ultimate guide to love and sex, vampire-style. Women daring and lucky enough to discover romance with a vampire claim to enjoy the most intense love and sex of their lives. But how do you find a vampire of your very own? And just how do you get him interested in ravishing you within an inch of your life? Will the ecstasy of the coupling be worth the inherent risks of vampire love—the risks of drinking your blood, the risks of secrecy, and the risks of betrayal?
Tonight on the program, guest host Jeff Glor leads a discussion of the ongoing battle for Aleppo, Syria, with Richard Fontaine, president of the Center for New American Security, and James Jevvrey of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
We continue with an examination of Theranos, the biotech startup currently under federal criminal investigation. Glor is joined by John Carreyrou and Michael Siconolfi of The Wall Street Journal.
We conclude with guest host A. O. Scott and actor Amy Adams, discussing Adams' new movies "Arrival" and "Nocturnal Animals."
"Google May Disconnect the Phone for Its vr Vision of the Future" was published on February 11, 2016 on CNET.com. It was written by Richard Nieva, Scott Stein and narrated by Rex Anderson.