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  • Eye of the Storm: The Storm Cycle, Book 1 | R.K. King

    Eye of the Storm: The Storm Cycle, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs)
    • By R.K. King
    • Narrated By E. R. Edwin
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    The Storm that destroyed humanity and left only a handful of survivors looking for a way out. Inside the Storm's Eye, the only inhabited area in an unsafe world, young Aiden dreams of something more. He wishes for a world beyond scrounging for scraps and fighting for temporary land. Little does he know his wish is about to become reality. Everything Aiden knows is about to come crashing down. Just like that airplane he discovered. Nobody he knew could fly that plane. Nobody but that girl hidden within. Something about her, she had a mystique that intrigued Aiden.

  • Captive Warriors: A Vietnam POW's Story: Texas A & M University Military History Series, Book 23 | Sam Johnson,Jan Winebrenner

    Captive Warriors: A Vietnam POW's Story: Texas A & M University Military History Series, Book 23

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    • By Sam Johnson, Jan Winebrenner
    • Narrated By E. R. Edwin
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    Col. Samuel R. Johnson, U.S. Air Force, was shot down in April, 1966, while flying his twenty-fifth mission over North Vietnam. Shortly after his capture and imprisonment in the infamous Hanoi Hilton, Colonel Johnson was labeled a diehard by his enemies. His creative and innovative resistance of prison authority earned him banishment to the high-security prison unit where, unknown to U.S. military intelligence, Ho Chi Minh kept the eleven prisoners believed to be a serious threat to his war efforts.

    RB says: "American heroes"
  • Fyre | Sean Schubert

    Fyre

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 38 mins)
    • By Sean Schubert
    • Narrated By E. R. Edwin
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    Four ancient sisters are determined to destroy man unless a blind boy, a mysterious stranger, and a band of teenagers can figure out how to stop them. Civilization has been scorched to cinders, as a torrent of flames scorched the earth, destroying everything in its path. Much of the world’s inhabitants have been driven to the brink of extinction. The ancient, evil sisters responsible for the destruction are bound and determined to end humanity for good.

    RB says: "Different take on post apocalyptic genre"
  • A Moon Called Sun | Christopher Cobb

    A Moon Called Sun

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 24 mins)
    • By Christopher Cobb
    • Narrated By E. R. Edwin
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    A botched alien abduction sends modern-day Trace Jackson to north Florida in the year 1818, where he meets a beautiful Seminole woman, and the two strike up a relationship. Unfortunately, Trace's distant ancestor, General Andrew Jackson, is hell-bent on driving out the Seminoles by whatever means necessary. Can Trace survive to fulfill his destiny in another dimension where time no longer has meaning, on a moon called Sun?

    RB says: "Really enjoyed this one"
  • Consuming Catastrophe: Mass Culture in America's Decade of Disaster | Timothy Recuber

    Consuming Catastrophe: Mass Culture in America's Decade of Disaster

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    • By Timothy Recuber
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    Horrified, saddened, and angered: That was the American people's reaction to the 9/11 attacks, Hurricane Katrina, the Virginia Tech shootings, and the 2008 financial crisis. In Consuming Catastrophe, Timothy Recuber presents a unique and provocative look at how these four very different disasters took a similar path through public consciousness. He explores the myriad ways we engage with and negotiate our feelings about disasters and tragedies.

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