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    • Planet of Exile

    • By: Ursula K. Le Guin
    • Narrated by: Carrington MacDuffie, Steven Hoye
    • Length: 4 hrs and 29 mins
    • Unabridged
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    The Earth colony of Landin has been stranded on Werel for 10 years. Ten of Werel's years are over 600 terrestrial years, and the lonely and dwindling human settlement is beginning to feel the strain. Every winter, a season that lasts for 15 years, the Earthmen have neighbors, the humanoid hilfs: a nomadic people who only settle down for the cruel cold spell. The hilfs fear the Earthmen, who they think of as witches and call the farborns.

    • 4 out of 5 stars
    • The alienaness between them

    • By Darwin8u on 04-30-18

    Regular price: $17.47

    • What Is the Super Bowl?

    • By: Dina Anastasio
    • Narrated by: Steven Hoye, Who HQ
    • Length: 1 hr and 7 mins
    • Unabridged
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    With over 110 million viewers every year, the Super Bowl is one of the most watched television events in the United States. The final showdown between the two best football teams in the NFL attracts some of the biggest musicians to perform at the half-time show. But the Super Bowl is more than just a spectacle - it's a high-stakes game to win the championship and claim a place in history. Go back in time, and relive all the magic from years past - from excruciating fumbles to game-winning plays.

    Regular price: $9.79

    • The Polish August

    • By: Neal Ascherson
    • Narrated by: Steven Hoye
    • Length: 14 hrs and 37 mins
    • Unabridged
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    What has happened in Poland? Poland has erupted four times in the last 25 years, but only the events of 1980 have had comprehensive media coverage. As a result, many questions have been raised in the minds of Western observers. How were such changes possible? What forces lay behind them? In what way did the workers' strike relate to the demands for political democracy? Although a colourful and vivid eye-witness account of the 1980 upheavals, it is to these questions that Neal Ascherson's brilliant and thoughtful analysis mainly addresses itself.

    Regular price: $24.53