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  • The Selection | Jason J. Nugent

    The Selection

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 53 mins)
    • By Jason J. Nugent
    • Narrated By Paul Jenkins
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    Humans colonized the planet Kepler 186f after Earth's near total global collapse. Soon after, supply missions ended leaving the colonists to themselves, renaming the planet Anastasia and building a new society far different than Earth's. As population imbalance threatened stability in the settlements, a horrific and brutal institution known as The Selection was created. Centuries later, haunted by the screams of his dead older brother, 18 year-old Eron fears the unknown terror waiting for him and all boys his age in The Selection. He has 30 days to survive to Victory Point and reunite with his crush Mina. He will have to endure brutal circumstances and forge unlikely alliances if he's to survive The Selection. Time is short. Threats are constant. Survival means life. Failure means death - or worse.

    cosmitron says: "Good Ride for all ages"
  • Brutal Bedtime Stories: A Supernatural Horror Story Collection | Ha-yong Bak,David Maloney,Kyle Alexander,Tobias Wade

    Brutal Bedtime Stories: A Supernatural Horror Story Collection

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 1 min)
    • By Ha-yong Bak, David Maloney, Kyle Alexander, and others
    • Narrated By Paul Jenkins
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    Is there anything as horrifying as what David's wife gave birth to? How about that advertisement Tobias found that was selling a human head, condition used? Then there's Ha-yong's experience in heaven (which isn't nearly as nice as it sounds)...and Kyle encountering that bionic cult that's a long way short of being human. Spine-tingling terror from horror writers around the world. Dozens of diverse short stories containing gruesome murders, supernatural mysteries, grotesque hellscapes, and more.

    Jay says: "some of the stories were boring. "
  • Leader of Battles (I): Ambrosius | David Pilling

    Leader of Battles (I): Ambrosius

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 7 mins)
    • By David Pilling
    • Narrated By Paul Jenkins
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    Attacked from all sides, the Britons find a champion in the form of Ambrosius Aurelianus, the last of the Romans. Placed in command of Britain's only standing army, he fights to preserve the dwindling light of civilization while the treacherous High King, Vortigern, plots his destruction. The first book of the Leader of Battles trilogy charts the rise and fall of post-Roman Britain's first great hero, and his desperate struggle to hold back the shadows threatening to engulf his country.

    John Y. Chang says: "Fresh Historic Take on Arthurian Legends"
  • Pathological Positivity | Paul H. Jenkins Ph.D.

    Pathological Positivity

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 36 mins)
    • By Paul H. Jenkins Ph.D.
    • Narrated By Paul H. Jenkins Ph.D.
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    You've heard the question 100 times: "Is the glass half-empty or half-full?" If we are in negativity mode we see the glass as half-empty. Anyone can see its half-empty. When we are feeling negative, we focus on what is missing and lament the lack of water in the glass. When we are feeling more positive, we see the glass as half-full. Of course it is half-full. Anyone can see that. We focus on what we desire, and celebrate the presence of water. Then there are those who see it as completely full - all the time. These seemingly crazy people are not just positive; they are what this psychologist calls pathologically positive. Pathological Positivity is an empowering mental supernormality that lifts us above the normal perception of "reality." It is a higher level of thinking. We see the glass, and our lives, as completely full - even in the toughest situations. How is that possible? How can we see the glass as completely full? Must we make up facts to justify our theory - our pathologically positive position? Do we pretend there is more water?

    Greg Sagers says: "Top tier book. It did help me change my outlook! "
  • Coming Attraction  | Fritz Leiber

    Coming Attraction

    • UNABRIDGED (29 mins)
    • By Fritz Leiber
    • Narrated By Paul Jenkins
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    A future New York City has changed since a nuclear bomb left areas of radiation that threaten the residents. Women wear coverings over their faces as the latest fashion trend. An Englishman in New York saves a girl from a speeding coupe with fish hooks on its fender. He finds himself attracted and repelled by the girl in this classic story of future shock from a science-fiction grand master.

    Chad Yates says: "Even the title is a metaphor!"
  • Conflict on the Conestoga: The Colony Ship Conestoga, Book 6 | John Thornton

    Conflict on the Conestoga: The Colony Ship Conestoga, Book 6

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 13 mins)
    • By John Thornton
    • Narrated By Paul Jenkins
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    Jerome and Cammarry, the adventurers from Earth, are still trying to piece together what all has happened to the Colony Ship Conestoga. The slave revolt in Habitat Alpha is continuing. The various systems of the ship are broken, half-working, or just frustratingly difficult to get operational. The enigmatic inhabitants of the alien world, Zalia, are potential threats, and more mysteries than ever are surrounding all attempts to make things work.

    Mark says: "Bring Lauren Holladay back as narrator!"
  • An Assassin for the New Templars | D. C. Stansfield

    An Assassin for the New Templars

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 21 mins)
    • By D. C. Stansfield
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    He tried to think how many men he had killed and could not remember. "How many do you need to kill before you lose count?" he wondered. Sir Stephen Mendal, head of MI6, looked up from the report. Apparently an unknown secret organization had been recruiting ex-MI6 agents, specifically those that specialized in "wet work", the nasty side of the business. One of these old employees had just been shot dead by the authorities whilst robbing a bank in Switzerland. He had to know more. What was this organization up to, and why employ such specialists? He decided he needed a spy.

  • Leader of Battles (II): Artorius | David Pilling

    Leader of Battles (II): Artorius

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 47 mins)
    • By David Pilling
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    Britain, AD 470. Ambrosius Aurelanius, the defender of Britannia, is dead, murdered by the son of his greatest enemy. His successor, the heroic General Artorius, is meant to take the crown his predecessor refused and reign as High King. With the Saxons defeated, and the Picts and Scotti driven out, all is set for a golden age of peace and prosperity. Artorius, however, chooses to step aside and allow another to seize power.

  • Pollock/Picasso: The European Vanguard Versus American Modernism: Studies in World Art, Book 112 | Edward Lucie-Smith

    Pollock/Picasso: The European Vanguard Versus American Modernism: Studies in World Art, Book 112

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    • By Edward Lucie-Smith
    • Narrated By Paul Jenkins
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    This audiobook considers the magnetic poles of post-war modernism and the towering figures of Pablo Picasso and Jackson Pollock. The essay considers the history of French avant-garde art led by Picasso to the post-war years and the increasing dominance of American artists foregrounded by the advent of Abstract Expressionism in the 1950s.

  • The History of the World’s Greatest British Entrepreneurs | Ron Shillingford

    The History of the World’s Greatest British Entrepreneurs

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 55 mins)
    • By Ron Shillingford
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    The Industrial Revolution was a period from the 18th to the 19th century where major changes in agriculture, manufacturing, mining, transport, and technology had a profound effect on the socioeconomic and cultural conditions starting in the United Kingdom, then subsequently spreading throughout Europe, North America, and eventually the world. This is the story about the men that were responsible for Britain leading the world.

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