Fans of Max Brooks' original abridged recording of World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War will be thrilled to add this companion piece to their audio library. Offering listeners five hours of previously unrecorded content, World War Z: The Lost Files features 21 Hollywood A-list actors and sci-fi fan favorites performing stories not included in the original abridged edition.
"SO MAD - This is not new stories"
A 36-year-old woman recovering from a wrecked marriage stumbles across a half-buried bottle along the shores of Cape Cod. Inside, she finds a love letter from a man to his "darling Catherine" written only 3 weeks earlier. She decides to take a dramatic leap that will change her life forever. As she boards a plane, her future is uncertain, yet brims with the promise of self-discovery and the possibility of finding the deepest kind of love. The author of the runaway best seller The Notebook brings another moving tale of self-discovery and courage.
"Needs an unabridged version"
Eleven years have passed since former Lt. John Dunbar became the Comanche warrior Dances With Wolves. Now married to Stands With A Fist, he and his three children live peacefully in the village of 10 Bears. But when a group of white rangers attacks, Stands With A Fist and her infant daughter are carried off. Along with Kicking Bird and Wind In His Hair, Dances With Wolves decides to fight back.
"Dances with wolves"
It's not Carmen Colson and her ironworker husband Wayne's fault that they were in the real estate office when a pair of thugs walked in with extortion on their minds. But as far as aging Ojibway Indian hitman Armand Degas is concerned, the Colsons are going to have to pay dearly for seeing too much, and for the damage Wayne inflicted on Armand and his sicko partner Richie Nix with a tire iron.
A collection of five suspenseful gems by master storyteller Frederick Forsyth, best-selling author of The Day of the Jackal and The Odessa File. Justice does not always come easily, and it comes in many guises. On the seedier side of London, a shopkeeper witnesses a brutal beating in The Veteran. In a better neighborhood, a famous London auction house is scammed in The Art of the Matter. And there's more.
"awful performance ruins some good stories"
Experience the adventures in this new audio collection by L. Ron Hubbard. Included are: The Great Secret , A Matter of Matter, If I Were You, Danger in the Dark and The Crossroads.
It’s 1806 and the United States is pushing westward. Now, one white man raised by Indians - Yellow Hair - undertakes a treacherous adventure across the uncharted wilderness. Experience a panoramic journey across the pages of American history - in this thrilling story of a proud, courageous man pushed to the limits of endurance…and of a country on the threshold of a bloody conflict that will change it forever.
"Edge of your seat exciting!"
Wrangle with some of the finest renegades, outlaws and dangerous desperados in the Wild West! Saddle up for excitement with these riveting tales of the Old West that appeared in the pages of the most popular pulp fiction magazines. Featuring award-winning Hollywood actors and unprecedented cinematic sound. Each audiobook provides the listener with a true "theater of the mind" experience.
Visionary leader or despotic tyrant? Every day, the citizens of Lantern City ask themselves this of their young leader, Killian Grey, the fourth Grey ruler of the great walled city. But Killian is not the first member of the Grey family to elicit such a response. Rise tells the story of Isaac Foster Grey, the first leader of Lantern City. Isaac's battles through misfortunes and his ultimate quest to save his family intertwine with a burning vengeance against his father's killer and that man's plan for domination over every citizen in the land of Hetra.
"Excellent, original world full of promise"
Raymond Starbuck ruined star jockey Colley Killebrew's reputation - so why is Colley cutting a deal with him? When Colley was barred from the track after a race-fixing scandal, he also lost his irresistible redhead girlfriend Francie Dorn. Starbuck says that if Colley can keep some unsavory cronies from muscling in on the old Magnolia Park track, he'll give Colley $10,000 - and Francie's address.
That is Fanner Marston’s mantra—his reason for being—and while he knows a little about the first and a lot about the second, he may well be on the verge of learning everything there is to know about the third. Power. He may, in fact, be about to uncover the key to gaining absolute control over the entire universe. The only problem is, Fanner is certifiably insane—a crazed Peter Lorre on a power trip.
Lance Gordon’s running out of room and time. Back in the Sierras he killed the man who murdered his father. Unfortunately that man turned out to be a Deputy Marshal, and now Lance has a price on his head. Like Alan Ladd as Shane, Lance wants only to live in peace, but he’ll have to go through hell to get there. Running from the law and the cavalry, Lance heads for the one place no sheriff or soldier will go—into the territory ruled by The Baron of Coyote River. The Baron is the king of the cattle rustlers—as feared and hated as he is powerful. No one dares take him on . . . until now.