Nobody Owens, known to his friends as Bod, is a normal boy. He would be completely normal if he didn't live in a sprawling graveyard, being raised and educated by ghosts, with a solitary guardian who belongs to neither the world of the living nor of the dead. There are dangers and adventures in the graveyard for a boy. But if Bod leaves the graveyard, then he will come under attack from the man Jack - who has already killed Bod's family…
"Splendid and Splendider!"
The complete King James Version Bible in a pure voice audio format: each book of the Bible is read to you one voice at a time. Clear and uncluttered, this Bible speaks plainly, and making it easier for you to enter into God’s Word. Acclaimed audiobook readers speak new life to the cherished and revered King James Version of the Bible, including Scott Brick, Edward Herrmann, John Rubinstein, LeVar Burton, Theodore Bikel, Samantha Eggar, Robert Forster, Kristoffer Tabori, Juliet Mills, and more.
"Just the word"
This brand-new devotional by Charles Stanley invites readers to step into the presence of an eternal God who is bidding them to find serenity and security in him. With topics addressing all walks and phases of life, these 365 devotions include a scripture, a meaningful application, a short prayer, and an "In His Presence" takeaway for thought. This audiobook provides a wonderful way to experience his presence and stay focused on his promises every day of the year.
"My cup runneth over."
Shields and Salerno illuminate most brightly the last 56 years of Salinger’s life: a period that, until now, had remained completely dark to biographers. Provided unprecedented access to diaries, letters, legal records, and secret documents, listeners will feel they have, for the first time, gotten beyond Salinger’s meticulously built-up wall. The result is the definitive portrait of one of the most fascinating figures of the 20th century.
"Good biographical details marred by over analysis"
In 1990, three college students spent a long Wisconsin winter experimenting with a Ouija board; it turned out to be the deadliest mistake of their lives. The board brought them into contact with a psychic serial killer known only as the Bye Bye Man. Learning his name makes you vulnerable, but thinking about it draws the Bye Bye Man to you.
A year ago, Tyrone "Ty" Pendleton connected with Kendra "Kiki" Simmons due to their friends' dilemma. They shared months of hot passion that neither will ever forget. An emotional difference of opinion created a rift the couple could not overcome. Proud and stubborn, literary agent Kiki moved to New York to work with her father's publishing company and to put distance between her and the man who controls her heart.
The New Testament of the King James Version Bible in a pure voice audio format: each book of the New Testament is read one voice at a time. Clear and uncluttered, this Bible speaks plainly and makes it easier for you to enter into God’s Word. Acclaimed audiobook readers speak new life into the cherished and revered King James Version of the Bible, including Scott Brick, Edward Herrmann, John Rubinstein, LeVar Burton, Theodore Bikel, Samantha Eggar, Robert Forster, Kristoffer Tabori, and more.
A collection of nine horror stories created by New York Times best-selling novelist Scott Sigler. This audiobook brings you more of Scott's thought-provoking short stories from his five years of weekly storytelling, as well as a brand-new "Hunter Hunterson & Sons" story and a brand-new "Kissyman" tale.
"I'm a new Junkie , and I'm quite proud."
This superlative collection of futuristic tales explores ground-breaking supernatural themes from the founding heroes of the science fiction genre. The short story form is perfect for capturing the atmospheric tension of these legendary stories.
"Great authors, good stories"
Born in the 1960s, I grew up a lean stallion Mustang muscle car yet to get his spark plugs checked. In 1974, I pulled a Cinderella and, instead of morphing into a team of mice and a pumpkin, I became a surface-scratched, dented, Plymouth Duster, with timing out of sync and spark plugs misfiring as I had a figurative head-on collision with epilepsy.
Audible brings to life through dramatic performance the 1945-1946 radio broadcast reports covering the greatest courtroom drama of the 20th century - the Nuremberg trials. The original broadcasts have been lost forever, but the verbatim text - written by Harold Burson, founding chairman of one of the world’s leading public relations firms, Burson Marsteller, who at the time was a reporter for the Armed Forces Network - has been newly interpreted by an ensemble of some of our fine actors.
"Now there was radio!"
From the echo of the first line ‘It was the best of times, it was the worst of times’ to the final ‘It is a far far better thing that I do than I have ever done’, Dickens’ classic novel of the French revolution tells a story of the redemptive powers of love in the face of cruelty, violence and neglect.
Ed, a 40-something contractor with a tired libido, leaves work early to resurrect some passion in his life. With flowers in hand, he comes home to discover Renee, his wife, having sex with another man.
Triumphant tales of heroes, honor and impossible odds. Launch into the action with these gripping and gritty tales 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.
Blackstone Audio presents An American Family Shakespeare Entertainment: Based on Charles & Mary Lamb's 20 Tales From Shakespeare, augmented by miscellaneous scenes and soliloquies from Shakespeare's plays, featuring Elizabethan songs and dances in new arrangements for stringed instruments.
In Why We Remain Jews, Dr. Vladimir Tsesis describes the path he traversed from religious ignorance to strong belief in the Jewish religion. Tsesis assigns a special place to the proof of his conclusion that religion and science - especially in light of recent discoveries - are not antagonists but are in fact in complete harmony, supplementing and not excluding each other.
Up in the Pacific Northwest, folks whisper about big hairy human-like creatures they call skooks. Others might refer to them as Sasquatch, or Big Foot. A down-on-his-luck ex-newspaperman lives there on the plateau with his family, not far from the Gorge where strange sightings take place. When his son is kidnapped by one of these mysterious creatures, he hunts it down and retrieves his son.
Ambitious in its breadth and depth, Big Tent provides a fresh and surprising treatment of the conservative movement as told by the leaders themselves. In this unique collection, which is based on Factor's star-studded course at The Citadel, conservative leaders explain how the movement developed as a powerful force in American politics, how it functions now with a wide range of viewpoints, and where it is going in the future.
The vignettes in this collection all concern themselves with that border between life and death. This is the liminal state where souls confuse their place on that line. These are small stories, but strike that eerie part of our lives. Would you know yourself?