Tom and Huckleberry Finn get rescued from spring fever when they take a serendipitous trip to visit Tom's Uncle Silas. But little did the family know Tom would be the one to rescue Uncle Silas - and much more.
"absolutely a sleeper"
This audiobook chronicles the entire history of this legendary Christian metal band, covering just about everything there is to know about Stryper - not just the fluff. Such questions as, "How did Stryper evolve?" and "What really happened during the Against the Law time period?" are all answered here. The answers, derived from countless hours of interviews, come directly from the band members themselves and many others.
This once-celebrated sequel of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn picks up right where Tom, Huck, and Jim's travels along the Mississippi ended. Tom enjoys his status as "Tom Sawyer the Traveler" and hopes to further his reputation. Little does he know how far his desire to stay ahead of his biggest rival will take them this time - overseas in an eccentric inventor's balloon!
This fascinating account was written as the events of Lincoln's assassination unfolded, and contains insight into the chaos that surrounded it. Included are interesting details of Booth and his motives, the manhunt, as well as the speedy trial and execution of the conspirators, including the first ever woman executed by the federal government, Mary Surratt.
"How could such a small man take the life of such a"
Church has become boring, religious, and/or irrelevant for many people; while God is none of the above. Why is there such a difference between the perceived church and the real God that the church proclaims? The early church was unscripted, alive, powerful, unpredictable, life-changing, and world-shaking. Our church services today are usually scripted, predictable, polished performances that seem to be making little impact in our society. Why? The answer may surprise you.
The diminutive but debonair Pee-Wee visits his aunt and uncle's farm, and partners with an orphan girl under their care to start a refreshment shack along the country road. Sales are slow until the highway bridge mysteriously burns down and the road becomes a thoroughfare, leading to a series of madcap adventures.
A collection of horrifying stories by the master, H.P. Lovecraft. Listen to the story of a curious tourist's confrontation with "The Beast in the Cave". In "Dagon", a naval prisoner escapes his captors... but to what? "The Statement of Randolph Carter" recounts the horrifying experience of two researchers. A group of thieves get more than they bargain for when they choose "The Terrible Old Man" as their next victim. And a student of metaphysics is eerily intrigued by "The Music of Erich Zann".
In this audio exclusive, a Generation X'er makes a last ditch stab at previous glory by going back to his alma mater as a college student again. He gets more than he bargained for in a series of madcap adventures.