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  • The Daily Show (the AudioBook): An Oral History as Told by Jon Stewart, the Correspondents, Staff and Guests | Jon Stewart - foreword,Chris Smith

    The Daily Show (the AudioBook): An Oral History as Told by Jon Stewart, the Correspondents, Staff and Guests

    • UNABRIDGED (16 hrs and 8 mins)
    • By Jon Stewart - foreword, Chris Smith
    • Narrated By Oliver Wyman, Jay Snyder, Kevin T. Collins, and others
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    This oral history takes the listener behind the curtain for all the show's highlights, from its origins as Comedy Central's underdog late-night program hosted by Craig Kilborn to Jon Stewart's long reign to Trevor Noah's succession, rising from a scrappy jester in the 24-hour political news cycle to become part of the beating heart of politics - a trusted source for not only comedy but also commentary, with a reputation for calling bullshit and an ability to effect real change in the world.

    Diana says: "Not narrated by the interviewees"
  • The Reasons for Seasons | Gail Gibbons

    The Reasons for Seasons

    • UNABRIDGED (11 mins)
    • By Gail Gibbons
    • Narrated By Chris Lutkin
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    Why is there winter in the Southern Hemisphere at the same time there is summer in the Northern Hemisphere? Here is an explanation of how the position of Earth in relation to the sun causes seasons and the wonders that come with each one of them. Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring comes again. Year after year, the seasons repeat themselves.

  • Hurricanes! | Gail Gibbons

    Hurricanes!

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    • By Gail Gibbons
    • Narrated By Chris Lutkin
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    Imagine a force that can toss boats around like toys, wash away bridges, and create waves as high as 18 feet. With fierce winds and torrential rains, hurricanes can do all of these things. They can cause tremendous damage and even change the shape of a shoreline. For centuries people did not know when a hurricane was coming. But now we have new methods to predict when and where these storms will occur. Young viewers will learn how hurricanes are formed, how they are named and classified, and what to do if a dangerous storm is on the way.

    Lifenet106 says: "Could of been longer "
  • The Fall of the House of Usher | Edgar Allan Poe

    The Fall of the House of Usher

    • UNABRIDGED (52 mins)
    • By Edgar Allan Poe
    • Narrated By Chris Lutkin
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    First published in an 1839 edition of Burton's Gentleman's Magazine, "The Fall of the House of Usher" is the story of the declining physical and psychological health of the residents of the House of Usher - and the way in which the house itself reflects that. Gothic in theme and style, the story is an exemplar of Poe's philosophy of composition, which dictates that literary works should be short and methodological and have a unity of effect wherein all the elements of the story are related and relevant.

  • The Tell-Tale Heart | Edgar Allan Poe

    The Tell-Tale Heart

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    • By Edgar Allan Poe
    • Narrated By Chris Lutkin
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    First published in an 1843 edition of The Pioneer, "The Tell-Tale Heart" is one of Poe's best-known stories. In it, an unreliable narrator is increasingly troubled by the clouded eye of the old man he lives with. Similar to "The Black Cat", "The Tell-Tale Heart" focuses on the effects of mental instability, crime, and guilt.

  • Tornadoes! | Gail Gibbons

    Tornadoes!

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    • By Gail Gibbons
    • Narrated By Chris Lutkin
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    Tornadoes are funnel-shaped clouds that can cause massive destruction on the ground. Their winds can swirl faster than 260 miles per hour! In addition to factual information, youngsters will learn about how such extreme weather affects the lives of people in areas where these atmospheric storms are common. Using clear wording, Gail Gibbons explains how tornadoes form, the scale used for classifying them, and what to do in case one should be near you.

  • The Pit and the Pendulum | Edgar Allan Poe

    The Pit and the Pendulum

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    • By Edgar Allan Poe
    • Narrated By Chris Lutkin
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    First published in an 1842 literary annual The Gift: A Christmas and New Year's Present for 1843, "The Pit and the Pendulum" takes place during the Spanish Inquisition and follows the plight of a prisoner in a cell that has a pit and a pendulum. Unlike many of Poe's short stories, "The Pit and the Pendulum" does not rely on any supernatural elements to inspire fear but instead uses the narrator's heightened sensory experiences to do so.

  • The Moon Book | Gail Gibbons

    The Moon Book

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    • By Gail Gibbons
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    Did you know the moon is a satellite? In fact, the moon is the Earth's only natural satellite. Children will learn about lunar phases, eclipses, lunar exploration and the moon's effect on the Earth.

  • The Black Cat | Edgar Allan Poe

    The Black Cat

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    • By Edgar Allan Poe
    • Narrated By Chris Lutkin
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    First published in an 1843 edition of the Saturday Evening Post, "The Black Cat" tells the story of a man and his increasingly antagonistic relationship with his cat. Akin to "The Tell-Tale Heart" and "The Cask of Amontillado", "The Black Cat" investigates the psychological effects of guilt as well as the potentially destructive and violent consequences of alcoholism.

  • The Masque of the Red Death | Edgar Allan Poe

    The Masque of the Red Death

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    • By Edgar Allan Poe
    • Narrated By Chris Lutkin
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    First published in a 1842 edition of Graham's Lady's and Gentleman's Magazine, "The Masque of the Red Death" tells the story of Prince Prospero as he tries to avoid a plague by confining himself and his nobles to a masquerade in an abbey. Often considered a Gothic allegory, the story reflects on not only life and death but also the illusion of control.

  • The Early Stories of Philip K. Dick | Philip K. Dick

    The Early Stories of Philip K. Dick

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    • By Philip K. Dick
    • Narrated By Chris Lutkin
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    Every legend has a beginning. Here, Dreamscape Media presents a collection of short stories penned by Philip K. Dick early in his masterful and legendary writing career. Stories include: Beyond Lies the Wub; Beyond the Door; The Hanging Stranger; Mr. Spaceship; The Gun; Tony and the Beetles; The Eyes Have It; The Variable Man; Second Variety; The Skull; The Crystal Crypt; Piper in the Woods; The Defenders.

    Lowball says: "Excellent and captivating"
  • You Can't Ruin My Day: 52 Wake-Up Calls to Turn Any Situation Around | Allen Klein

    You Can't Ruin My Day: 52 Wake-Up Calls to Turn Any Situation Around

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    • By Allen Klein
    • Narrated By Chris Lutkin
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    Each of these themes has three sections: Wake-Up Call (the potential day ruiner); Follow-Up Exercise (practical steps to turn it around); and Lighten-Up Laugh (gaining a fresh perspective and moving right along). You Can't Ruin My Day is designed to help you unload the burdens you have been carrying around with you. This audiobook is filled not only with wise words but also inspiring stories and anecdotes, insightful and motivational quotations, and lighthearted and laugh-producing material.

    khavil says: "omg he is completely full of shit why the hell"
  • The Raven | Edgar Allan Poe

    The Raven

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    • By Edgar Allan Poe
    • Narrated By Chris Lutkin
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    Perhaps Poe's most famous work, "The Raven" was first published in 1845 in the New York Evening Mirror. Known for its tight rhymes and rhythm and the repetitive response given by the eponymous raven - "nevermore" - the poem focuses on that raven and a forlorn man who is distraught over his lost lover, Lenore.

  • The Purloined Letter | Edgar Allan Poe

    The Purloined Letter

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    • By Edgar Allan Poe
    • Narrated By Chris Lutkin
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    First published in an 1844 literary annual The Gift: A Christmas and New Year's Present for 1845, "The Purloined Letter" is the third and final story that features Poe's detective, C. Auguste Dupin. In it, Dupin is approached by the prefect of the police to help with a case that involves a stolen letter containing compromising information.

  • The Gold-Bug | Edgar Allan Poe

    The Gold-Bug

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    • By Edgar Allan Poe
    • Narrated By Chris Lutkin
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    The grand-prize winner of a writing contest sponsored by the Philadelphia Dollar Newspaper, "The Gold-Bug" was one of Poe's most popular stories during his lifetime. Similar to his ratiocination tales - early versions of what we now call detective fiction - "The Gold-Bug" is full of mystery and adventure and includes a cryptogram, invisible ink, a scarab-like bug, and pirate treasure.

  • The Murders in the Rue Morgue | Edgar Allan Poe

    The Murders in the Rue Morgue

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    • By Edgar Allan Poe
    • Narrated By Chris Lutkin
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    First published in an 1841 edition of Graham's Magazine, "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" is often cited as the first modern detective story. The first of three stories to center around C. Auguste Dupin, Poe's fictional detective, "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" involves Dupin's investigation of two women's murders. Establishing many of the tropes that would later become common to detective fiction, the story begins with an explanation of Dupin's theory of ratiocination, a concept that greatly influenced the creation of detective fiction.

  • The Cask of Amontillado | Edgar Allan Poe

    The Cask of Amontillado

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    • By Edgar Allan Poe
    • Narrated By Chris Lutkin
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    First published in an 1846 edition of Godey's Lady's Book, "The Cask of Amontillado" is widely considered to be one of the most perfect short stories ever written. Told by the unreliable narrator Montresor - a man who sought vengeance against his acquaintance for an insult that the listener is not privy to - the story details how Montresor accomplished his revenge.

  • Pin Action: Small-Time Gangsters, High-Stakes Gambling, and the Teenage Hustler | Gianmarc Manzione

    Pin Action: Small-Time Gangsters, High-Stakes Gambling, and the Teenage Hustler

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    • By Gianmarc Manzione
    • Narrated By Chris Lutkin
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    Most of us think of bowling as a "sport" in quotation marks, and bowling alleys are places with disco balls, matching shirts, and funny shoes. But in the 1960s, New York City was the center of "action bowling", a form of high-stakes gambling in which bowlers - often teenagers - faced off for thousands of dollars every night. When money like that is changing hands, you can bet the pressure is on (and the balls are rigged), and losses come with dire consequences.

    Will says: "The bowling history nobody knows about"
  • Deadly Force | Jonathan Shapiro

    Deadly Force

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    • By Jonathan Shapiro
    • Narrated By Chris Lutkin
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    The US Attorney's Office for the Central District of California is responsible for enforcing the federal law of the US for an area that is larger than 14 states and has a population of more than five million people. Here, follow Lizzie Scott as she untangles an excessive-force case against a cop, all while balancing agency turf battles, secret grand jury proceedings, interoffice rivalries, and on-the-make prosecutors.

    K. E. Eisenhart says: "Can't wait to read the next one"
  • Hop-Frog | Edgar Allan Poe

    Hop-Frog

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    • By Edgar Allan Poe
    • Narrated By Chris Lutkin
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    First published in an 1849 edition of The Flag of Our Union, "Hop-Frog" is a revenge tale akin to "The Cask of Amontillado". Told from the perspective of a crippled jester who was taken from his homeland and has been abused by the king he serves, the story focuses on the revenge Hop-Frog takes after the king strikes his fellow countrywoman and performer, the dancer Trippetta.

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