New Talking Books Added to Collection

August 15, 2011

August 15, 2011
Annotations from Baker & Taylor
 
Forbidden
Dekker, Ted / Lee, Tosca / Leyva, Henry (NRT)
After exposing himself to a vial of blood contained an old leather-bound journal, Rom realizes the entire human race has been drained of all emotions except fear and embarks on a journey to bring love and passion back into existence.
 
Goddess of Vengeance
Collins, Jackie
As the owner of a high-roller Keys complex in Las Vegas, Lucky Santangelo has learned to become a shrewd businesswoman. Her will is tested, however, when she refuses to sell the hotel, regardless of the offer, to ruthless Middle Eastern billionaire Armet Askarani, who has no respect for women. Meanwhile, Lucky’s son Bobby is preparing to open a new club in Lucky’s hotel and consequently gets involved in his friend’s gambling and drug problems.
 
God’s Story, Your Story
Lucado, Max
Be inspired to see how your day-to-day story intersects with God’s grand, overarching epic of everlasting redemption. Your journey of faith will come alive as you explore the divine narrative through New Testament and contemporary characters, and discover how the Bible reveals God’s plan for you today.
 
Have a New Teenager by Friday: From Mouthy and Moody to Respectful and Responsible in 5 Days
Leman, Kevin
Parents may survive the terrible twos and the first years of school all right, but the teenage years bring entirely new and alien creatures. So, parents have a choice: either post that teenager on Craigslist and visit him when he reaches normalcy again (in about ten years) or choose to experience the best, most fun years of life–together! The secret is in how the parental cards are played.
 
Here Comes Trouble: Stories by Michael Moore
Moore, Michael
This book is Moore’s most personal to date — and will be irresistible to fans and foes alike. A sort of anti-memoir, Moore breaks the autobiographical mode while he hilariously presents 20 far-ranging, irreverent vignettes from his own life.
 
How Firm a Foundation
Weber, David
Hiding secret agendas from their subjects throughout a terrible war in the Charisian Empire, the Emperor and his inner circle of advisors launch a desperate counter-attack against a corrupt Church of God Awaiting that is complicated by a discovery in the Church’s Zion Temple. By the best-selling author of A Mighty Fortress. Read by Jason Culp.
 
Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination That Changed America Forever
O’Reilly, Bill / Dugard, Martin
In a first work of history by a best-selling conservative author and talk-show host, a riveting narrative describes the events surrounding the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
 
Life Is Not a Stage: From Broadway Baby to a Lovely Lady and Beyond
Henderson, Florence / Brokaw, Joel (CON)
This memoir from the actress who famously portrayed Carol Brady on TV describes her poor childhood in rural Indiana on a tobacco farm, her father’s abuse and her mother’s abandonment as well as her adult issues including depression and extramarital affairs.
 
Life Itself: A Memoir
Ebert, Roger
Roger Ebert has been reviewing films since 1967. The first film critic ever to win a Pulitzer Prize, he has been a fixture on television for over 30 years. Then, complications from thyroid-cancer treatment resulted in the loss of his ability to eat, drink, or speak. But with the loss of his voice, Ebert has only become a more prolific and influential writer. And now, for the first time, he tells the full, dramatic story of his life and career.
 
 
Living Beyond Your Feelings: Controlling Emotions So They Don’t Control You
Meyer, Joyce / McCollom, Sandra (NRT)
The average person has 70,000 thoughts every day, and many of those thoughts trigger a corresponding emotion. No wonder so many of us often feel like we’re controlled by our emotions. Our lives would be much improved is we controlled them.
Compiled by Darrin Nelson
Posted by Jenifer Brown
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