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The warlock of Firetop Mountain by David Smith

The warlock of Firetop Mountain

David Smith

eAudiobook

Join elven hero Vale Moonwing and adventurer Cassius Stormblade on their quest through the depths of Firetop Mountain. Can they survive the deadly traps and evade Zagor's army of the undead? Can they stay alive long enough to confront the dark warlock...

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Redefining possible by Ron Alford

Redefining possible

Ron Alford

eAudiobook

It's easy to feel stuck in the grind, struggling to simply get through the day, especially as we all try to define a new normal. But what if you could start achieving your goals and living with purpose? Authors Dustin Hillis and Ron Alford can show you...

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The misadventures of Angus Dry by Nick Ball

The misadventures of Angus Dry

Nick Ball

eAudiobook

Angus Dry has no friends, no job and still lives at home with his mum. But he's quite happy to spend his time taking bubble baths, splashing his dole money on a motorised water laser and recapturing the joys of childhood. His busy mother has an inter...

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The spark by Helen Lewis

The spark

Helen Lewis

eAudiobook

Journalist and author Helen Lewis meets groundbreaking thinkers to test out their big ideas. From politics to economics, from tech to the study of how we live, things are changing fast. Old certainties are crumbling, and we need new solutions to shake...

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Great Australian outback yarnsn Volume 1 by Bill Marsh

Great Australian outback yarnsn Volume 1

Bill Marsh

eAudiobook

When he'd finished playing, a solemn silence fell as Brian and the gravediggers stared down into that three-quarter-filled hole. 'I must apologise,' Brian said to the two men, 'this's the first time I've played at a pauper's funeral, and I'm a bit em...

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Blank by Jim Daly

Blank

Jim Daly

eAudiobook

Everyone has those difficult blank moments sometimes. Whether in your personal life, career, relationship or in a public situation, writer's block, social anxiety, imposter syndrome, being off-form or having an identity crisis can affect anyone at any...

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Blood, sweat and steel by Curtis McGrath

Blood, sweat and steel

Curtis McGrath

eAudiobook

In 2012, combat engineer Curtis McGrath was serving in the Australian army in Afghanistan when, in the line of duty, he stepped on a mine. Seriously injured but still conscious and aware he'd bleed out and die within minutes, Curtis, as the unit's ch...

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The people smuggler by Robin de Crespigny

The people smuggler

Robin de Crespigny

eAudiobook

Introduction and Author's Note read by the author. At once a non-fiction thriller and a moral maze, this is one man's epic story of trying to find a safe place in the world. When Ali Al Jenabi flees Saddam Hussein's torture chambers, he is forced to leave...

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Life admin hacks by Mia Northrop

Life admin hacks

Mia Northrop

eAudiobook

You have no idea what's for dinner tonight. You need a gift for that party next week. You still haven't consolidated your super. You're out of contract on your phone and paying who knows what. The kids need a plan for the next school holidays. It's time...

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Creativity by John Cleese

Creativity

John Cleese

eAudiobook

Drawing on his lifelong experience as a writer, John Cleese shares his insights into the nature of the creative process and offers advice on how to get your own inventive juices flowing. What do you need to do to get yourself in the right frame of mind?...

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Darkness is golden by Mary Hoang

Darkness is golden

Mary Hoang

eAudiobook

Does anxiety rule you? Do you sometimes feel like you're not doing this whole life thing right? Do you find it hard to understand what self-love and self-worth really mean? If you're reading this, you're ready for change: to create space in your life...

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Brain hacks by Keith Barry

Brain hacks

Keith Barry

eAudiobook

Keith Barry is the world's leading TV hypnotist, mentalist and brain hacker. With skills that have been showcased on over 40 international television shows, he has mastered the unique ability to hack into people's minds and rewire their subconscious....

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Climate change is racist by Jeremy Williams

Climate change is racist

Jeremy Williams

eAudiobook

When we talk about racism, we often mean personal prejudice or institutional biases. Climate change isn't racist in that way. It is structurally racist, disproportionately caused by majority White people in majority White countries, with the damage u...

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When it is darkest by Rory O'Connor

When it is darkest

Rory O'Connor

eAudiobook

'One person dies by suicide every 40 seconds. But sadly, for the most part, we are reluctant to talk about it. It is one of the last remaining taboos.' Professor Rory O'Connor is here to change this. He believes it is crucial we all talk about suicide...

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Silk by Shaun Burgoyne

Silk

Shaun Burgoyne

eAudiobook

The man they call 'Silk' was the ultimate team player - versatile, highly skilled and hard at the contest, with an enviable reputation for being able to stand up in big moments. Burgoyne is a proud Indigenous man, with a football pedigree that is a story...

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Move your mind by Nick Bracks

Move your mind

Nick Bracks

eAudiobook

It's time to put your mental health first. At 20, Nick Bracks was a troubled man. He suffered severe anxiety and depression, self-medicated with alcohol and lived his life as if he had no tomorrow. But when a life-threatening moment brought his mental...

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Waking Romeo by Kathryn Barker

Waking Romeo

Kathryn Barker

eAudiobook

Year: 2083 Location: London Mission: Wake Romeo It's the end of the world. Literally. Time travel is possible, but only forwards. And only a handful of families choose to remain in the 'now', living off the scraps that were left behind. Among these ...

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Once upon a time we ate animals by Roanne van Voorst

Once upon a time we ate animals

Roanne van Voorst

eAudiobook

"Though increasing numbers of people know that eating meat is detrimental to our own health and the planet's, many still can't be convinced to give up eating meat. But how can we change behavior when common arguments, scientific data, and information...

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The improbable adventures of Miss Emily Soldene by Helen Batten

The improbable adventures of Miss Emily Soldene

Helen Batten

eAudiobook

Emily Soldene's life spanned the entire Victorian era. As both leading lady and a formidable impresario with her own opera company, she was a darling of Londons music halls and theatre land, later reinventing herself as a journalist and writer. From ...

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The dreamer by Cliff Richard

The dreamer

Cliff Richard

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. 'Before Cliff Richard and the Shadows, there was nothing worth listening to in British music.' - John Lennon. Cliff Richard tells his story, in his own words, in his highly anticipated new autobiography. Achieving a hit in ...

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The wild track by Margaret Reynolds

The wild track

Margaret Reynolds

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. How to find an outlet for a love that demands expression? Single, in her mid-forties and having experienced a sudden early menopause, the realisation comes to Peggy quietly, and clearly; she decides to adopt a child. But th...

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The world for sale by Javier Blas

The world for sale

Javier Blas

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. Meet the traders who supply the world with oil, metal and food - no matter how corrupt, war-torn or famine-stricken the source.'This jaw-dropping study shows how much money and global influence is concentrated in the hands of...

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The new hot by Meg Mathews

The new hot

Meg Mathews

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin."I want to break down the taboos and communicate frankly about the menopause ... This book is about giving you the knowledge of what to look out for and how to own it." Meg MathewsWhen Meg Mathews hit menopause she was shocked...

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Regrets, none by Dolly Thakore

Regrets, none

Dolly Thakore

eAudiobook

Written with wit, humour and candour, Regrets, None is a rare memoir that is unafraid to bare it all. It follows veteran theatre personality Dolly Thakore's life and career -- growing up in Delhi and an assortment of Air Force stations, getting her start...

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Future rising by Andrew D. Maynard

Future rising

Andrew D. Maynard

eAudiobook

A Compelling Vision of the Future. If you enjoy nonfiction like Homo Deus, Sapiens, and A Short History of Nearly Everything, then you'll love FUTURE RISING. Over the course of 14 billion years, humanity has gained the ability not only to imagine the...

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It's your funeral! by Kathy Benjamin

It's your funeral!

Kathy Benjamin

eAudiobook

You can't attend your own funeral. But you can have a blast planning it! Death is scary--but planning your funeral doesn't have to be! It's Your Funeral! will help demystify death, decrease your anxiety, and put the fun back in funeral, whether that means...

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The OMG effect by Chris Lee

The OMG effect

Chris Lee

eAudiobook

Bite-sized wisdom and inspirational advice to lift your spirits and help you live a fuller life - from Instagram's answer to Fleabag's 'Hot Priest'. One minute could change your life.Reverend Christopher Lee is a young vicar who has taken the internet...

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The story of a clinical neuropsychologist by Barbara A. Wilson

The story of a clinical neuropsychologist

Barbara A. Wilson

eAudiobook

From a disadvantaged childhood to becoming one of our best-loved clinical neuropsychologists, this exceptional book tells the life story of Barbara A. Wilson, who has changed the way we think about brain injury rehabilitation. Barbara's story shows how...

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Hard to break by Russell A. Poldrack

Hard to break

Russell A. Poldrack

eAudiobook

The neuroscience of why bad habits are so hard to break - and how evidence-based strategies can help us change our behavior more effectively. We all have habits we'd like to break, but for many of us it can be nearly impossible to do so. There is a good...

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Taking on gravity by Richard Browning

Taking on gravity

Richard Browning

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. For fans of Adrian Newey, Guy Martin and Chris Hadfield, in Taking on Gravity inventor Richard Browning tells the inspiring story behind his iconic jet suit, and shares his creative principles for generating true innovation...

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The sober girl society handbook by Millie Gooch

The sober girl society handbook

Millie Gooch

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. UPDATED WITH A BRAND NEW CHAPTER ON SOBER CURIOSITY. *Voted an Independent best self-care book for 2021 **Voted one of Heat's best self-help books to help you reach your full potential *Have you ever woken up feeling anxious...

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The nightingale by Sam Lee

The nightingale

Sam Lee

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. As featured on The Today Programme 'Wondering and wonderful. The nature book of the year.' JOHN LEWIS-STEMPEL. Come to the forest, sit by the fireside and listen to intoxicating song, as Sam Lee tells the story of the night...

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The authority gap by Mary Ann Sieghart

The authority gap

Mary Ann Sieghart

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. Imagine living in a world in which you were routinely patronised by women.Imagine having your views ignored or your expertise frequently challenged by them.Imagine trying to speak up in a meeting, only to be talked over by ...

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Gas man by Colin Black

Gas man

Colin Black

eAudiobook

10... 9... 8... 7... 6... That's about as far as you get, counting backwards, as you wait for surgery to begin - and that's all most people know about what I do. But what happens between you conking out and waking up? And what does the anaesthetist have...

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Leadership by Eddie Jones

Leadership

Eddie Jones

eAudiobook

What does it take to become one of the most successful coaches in the world?Eddie Jones is one of the most successful sports coaches of all time. From coaching three different nations to Rugby World Cup Finals and with a winning record with England of...

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The new heretics by Andy Thomas

The new heretics

Andy Thomas

eAudiobook

Through their part in some huge controversies, conspiracy theorists are being branded the Number One Enemies of our times - the new heretics. They are seen to threaten the very fabric of modern society, spreading doubts and fears that result in Washi...

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The Korean vegan cookbook by Joanne Lee Molinaro

The Korean vegan cookbook

Joanne Lee Molinaro

eAudiobook

Joanne Lee Molinaro has captivated millions of fans with her powerfully moving personal tales of love, family, and food. In her debut cookbook, she shares a collection of her favorite Korean dishes, some traditional and some reimagined, as well as po...

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The troubles with us by Alix O'Neill

The troubles with us

Alix O'Neill

eAudiobook

'Derry Girls meets David Sedaris' Elske Rahill 'The writing is full of energy and originality' Irish Times Growing up on the Falls Road in 1990s Belfast, Alix O'Neill has seen it all - burnt-out buses blocking the route to school, the police mistaking...

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Too many reasons to live by Rob Burrow

Too many reasons to live

Rob Burrow

eAudiobook

Rob Burrow is one of the greatest rugby league players of all time. And the most inspirational. As a boy, Rob was told he was too small to play the sport. Even when he made his debut for Leeds Rhinos, people wrote him off as a novelty. But Rob never ...

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The Duchess Countess by Catherine Ostler

The Duchess Countess

Catherine Ostler

eAudiobook

'A scintillating story superbly told... [Ostler] packs every paragraph with eye-opening detail' Ysenda Maxtone Graham, The Times 'A rollicking read... [Ostler] tells Elizabeth's story with admirable style and gusto' Dominic Sandbrook, Sunday Times'Fa...

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What it feels like for a girl by Paris Lees

What it feels like for a girl

Paris Lees

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. Thirteen-year-old Byron needs to get away, and doesn't care how. Sick of being beaten up by lads for 'talkin' like a poof' after school. Sick of dad - the weightlifting, womanising Gaz - and Mam, who selfishly pissed off to...

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Backstory by Avani Gregg

Backstory

Avani Gregg

eAudiobook

The award-winning digital creator and actress Avani Gregg takes you behind the scenes of her incredible life. Known for her viral make-up videos, Avani Gregg is social media phenomenon. But how did a regular girl in small-town Indiana become TikToker...

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Stronger by Gareth Thomas

Stronger

Gareth Thomas

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. To understand how to empower yourself, first of all you have to recognize and accept your vulnerability. In Stronger, Gareth shares how he has managed to deal with the adversity life has thrown at him over the years, from his...

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Black and blue by Parm Sandhu

Black and blue

Parm Sandhu

eAudiobook

One Woman's Story of Policing and Prejudice. "Parm Sandhu's story is an inspiration to anyone who has found themselves struggling against adversity." MEERA SYAL At the point of her retirement from the Metropolitan Police Service in 2019, Parm Sandhu was...

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Things are against us by Lucy Ellmann

Things are against us

Lucy Ellmann

eAudiobook

Things Are Against Us is the first collection of essays from Lucy Ellmann. Provocative, smart, angry, wise, and very, very funny, the essays in Things Are Against Us cover everything - from feminism to environmental catastrophe; labour strikes to sex...

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Peril by Bob Woodward

Peril

Bob Woodward

eAudiobook

The storming of the Capitol on 6 January 2021 revealed the transition from President Trump to President Biden to be one of the most dangerous periods in American history, with the result of the election called into question by the sitting president. But,...

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Next chance you by Brittany Wagner

Next chance you

Brittany Wagner

eAudiobook

Last Chance U star Brittany Wagner shows listeners that even when they think they have failed and all hope is lost, every day offers a new chance to get up, start over, and seize the opportunities that come their way. In the Netflix hit docuseries Last...

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Fight or flight by Keith Earls

Fight or flight

Keith Earls

eAudiobook

Keith Earls started out in senior rugby as a teenage star and during the course of his long career has become one of the most admired and respected players of his generation. A British & Irish Lion at the age of 21, he is now closing in on his 34th b...

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Dálvi by Laura Galloway

Dálvi

Laura Galloway

eAudiobook

Part memoir, part travelogue, this is the story of one woman's six years as an outsider in a reindeer-herding village in the Arctic Tundra, forging a life on her own in one of the most unknowable cultures on earth. An ancestry test suggesting she shared...

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The ground breaking by Scott (Historian) Ellsworth

The ground breaking

Scott (Historian) Ellsworth

eAudiobook

A gripping exploration of the worst single incident of racial violence in American history, timed to coincide with its 100th anniversary. On 31 May 1921, in the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma, a mob of white men and women reduced a prosperous African Americ...

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Destination Mars by Andrew (Andrew James) May

Destination Mars

Andrew (Andrew James) May

eAudiobook

Mars is back. Suddenly everyone - from Elon Musk to Ridley Scott to Donald Trump - is talking about going to the Red Planet. When the Apollo astronauts walked on the Moon in 1969, many people imagined Mars would be next. However NASA's Viking 1, which...

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A short history of coffee by Gordon Kerr

A short history of coffee

Gordon Kerr

eAudiobook

Having conquered the world's taste buds and established itself as a staple in our daily lives, coffee has mirrored the moods and movements of society for centuries - yet, how much do we know about its history? In his riveting new book, The Magic Bean,...

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Rethinking competitive advantage by Ram Charan

Rethinking competitive advantage

Ram Charan

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. From the million-copy-bestselling author of Execution'The most influential consultant alive.' FORTUNEWelcome to the age of big tech. The old rules no longer apply. How do companies build a competitive advantage in the digital...

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Unabashed women by Marlene Wagman-Geller

Unabashed women

Marlene Wagman-Geller

eAudiobook

A thrilling journey into the badass women whose non-conventional lives left their DNA on history. Amazing women with a story to tell. Join Mae West as she shakes up the entertainment industry with her wit and wisdom or create colorful art pieces with...

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Cast a diva by Lyndsy Spence

Cast a diva

Lyndsy Spence

eAudiobook

Maria Callas (1923-1977) was the greatest opera diva of all time with a career that remains unmatched by any prima donna. Much of her life was overshadowed by her fiery relationship with Aristotle Onassis, who broke her heart when he left her for Jac...

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Some body to love by Alexandra Heminsley

Some body to love

Alexandra Heminsley

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. 'Today I sat on a bench facing the sea, the one where I waited for L to be born, and sobbed my heart out. I don't know if I'll ever recover.' This note was written on 9 November 2017. As the seagulls squawked overhead and the...

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Red line by Joby Warrick

Red line

Joby Warrick

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. In August 2012, Syrian president Bashar al-Assad was clinging to power in a vicious civil war. Concerned that Assad might resort to chemical weapons, the international community warned that any such use would cross "a red l...

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There is nothing for you here by Fiona Hill

There is nothing for you here

Fiona Hill

eAudiobook

"As a memoir this is hard to put down; if you are seeking a better American future you should pick it up."--Timothy Snyder, New York Times best-selling author of On Tyranny A celebrated foreign policy expert and key impeachment witness reveals how de...

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Killernova by Omar Musa

Killernova

Omar Musa

eAudiobook

The island of Borneo was once the most heavily wooded in the world, and its people have always carved wood beautifully. In KILLERNOVA, grappling with his heritage, Omar Musa remixes this ancient art form with fiery poetry forged in the stars. With equal...

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Wonder Seeker by Andrea Scher

Wonder Seeker

Andrea Scher

eAudiobook

"The PERFECT guide to help us slow down and find the beauty and wonder right in front of us."?Bren? Brown Spark your sense of wonder and lift your spirits with this collection of fun, creative activities and ideas to help cultivate daily joy. Do you ...

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Leading global diversity, equity, and inclusion by Rohini Anand

Leading global diversity, equity, and inclusion

Rohini Anand

eAudiobook

This book offers five proven principles so multinational companies can advance diversity, equity, and inclusion with a nuanced understanding of local contexts across countries and cultures. It's easy to fall into the trap of using a single-culture wo...

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Brothers and wives by Christopher P. Andersen

Brothers and wives

Christopher P. Andersen

eAudiobook

Diana's Boys revealed the iron-strong bond between the young princes and how it strengthened even more in the wake of their mother's tragic death. Now, twenty years later, there is a deep rift between them, and the world wonders if William and Harry can...

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Losing our minds by Lucy Foulkes

Losing our minds

Lucy Foulkes

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. We need to rethink the conversation around mental health. Public awareness of mental illness has been transformed in recent years, but our understanding of what it actually is has yet to catch up. Too often, psychiatric disorders...

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Sea state by Tabitha Lasley

Sea state

Tabitha Lasley

eAudiobook

'Sea State marks the arrival of a gifted and exciting new voice' Jon McGregor, author of Reservoir 13 SHORTLISTED FOR THE GORDON BURN PRIZE LONGLISTED FOR THE PORTICO PRIZE A candid examination of the life of North Sea oil riggers, and an explosive p...

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Finding the mother tree by S. (Suzanne) Simard

Finding the mother tree

S. (Suzanne) Simard

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. A dazzling scientific detective story from the ecologist who first discovered the hidden language of treesNo one has done more to transform our understanding of trees than the world-renowned scientist Suzanne Simard. Now she...

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The real top boys by Wensley Clarkson

The real top boys

Wensley Clarkson

eAudiobook

The true story of London's toughest, deadliest street gangs: the events, the rules and the real top boys. Are the streets of London some of the deadliest in the world? What's the truth behind the headlines? And who are the real top boys? The Real Top...

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George Best by Wayne (Writer on soccer) Barton

George Best

Wayne (Writer on soccer) Barton

eAudiobook

True Genius is the definitive family-backed account of his remarkable career published to coincide with what would have been his 75th birthday. The games, the goals, the glory. This is the untold story. Written by celebrated Manchester United author ...

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How to calm it by Grace Victory

How to calm it

Grace Victory

eAudiobook

Brought to you by PenguinHow to Calm It: Relax Your MindThis is not your typical book about mindfulness. This book is an insight into how we can learn to process what's going on inside our heads, heal our bodies for the better, and learn to love ours...

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Hooked by Michael Moss

Hooked

Michael Moss

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. Everyone knows how hard it can be to maintain a healthy diet. But what if some of the decisions we make about what to eat are beyond our control? Is it possible that food is addictive, like drugs or alcohol? And to what extent...

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Never let go by Suzanne Alderson

Never let go

Suzanne Alderson

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. How to help your child with mental illness through partnering, not parenting. Never Let Go is a supportive and practical guide for parents looking after a child with a mental illness. Suzanne Alderson understands the agonis...

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Ideas to save your life by Michael McGirr

Ideas to save your life

Michael McGirr

eAudiobook

This book is about the quest for order in a perplexing world. Following his much-admired Books that Saved My Life, McGirr's now shares his love of philosophy, focusing on the works of twenty-plus eminent thinkers across history. It is animated by two...

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Muddy people by Sara El Sayed

Muddy people

Sara El Sayed

eAudiobook

A hilarious, heartwarming memoir of growing up and becoming yourself in an Egyptian Muslim family. Soos is coming of age in a household with a lot of rules. No bikinis, despite the Queensland heat. No boys, unless he's Muslim. And no life insurance, not...

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Win at work and succeed at life by Michael S. Hyatt

Win at work and succeed at life

Michael S. Hyatt

eAudiobook

"New York Times bestselling author offers a manifesto for work-life balance. His proven, practical plan will equip you with a clear action plan to reclaim your margins and direct fresh energy to family and personal pursuits, all while achieving success...

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Live younger longer by Stephen Kopecky

Live younger longer

Stephen Kopecky

eAudiobook

In the past century, the leading causes of death around the world have shifted from infectious diseases to long-term chronic illnesses. What's killing us today isn't so much flu or tuberculosis, but heart disease and cancer. In fact, more than 1.2 mi...

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Black is the body by Emily Bernard

Black is the body

Emily Bernard

eAudiobook

"Blackness is an art, not a science. It is a paradox: intangible and visceral; a situation and a story. It is the thread that connects these essays, but its significance as an experience emerges randomly, unpredictably. ... Race is the story of my life,...

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Theroux the Keyhole by Louis Theroux

Theroux the Keyhole

Louis Theroux

eAudiobook

Come round to Louis Theroux's house where the much-loved TV documentary-maker, podcaster and bestselling author of Gotta Get Theroux This finds himself in unexpected danger ... Like millions of others, Louis' plans were mothballed by the onset of Covid....

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ASMR to ease insomnia by Emma WhispersRed

ASMR to ease insomnia

Emma WhispersRed

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. Penguin presents this unique audio experience by ASMRtist Emma WhispersRed. ASMR to ease insomnia is a must for anyone looking to tune out the noise of the day and find comfort and relaxation before sleeping. Using bespoke ...

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ASMR to drift back to sleep by Emma WhispersRed

ASMR to drift back to sleep

Emma WhispersRed

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. Penguin presents this unique audio experience by ASMRtist Emma WhispersRed. ASMR to drift back to sleep is a must for anyone looking to tune out the noise of the night and find comfort and relaxation in bed. Using sound-bathing...

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How to build it by Niran Vinod

How to build it

Niran Vinod

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. How to Build It: Grow Your Brand with a foreword by Nando's In a world where everyone is trying to monetise their side hustle and the 5-to-9 is as valuable as the 9-to-5, building your brand is a necessity. But how can you work...

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Working hard, hardly working by Grace Beverley

Working hard, hardly working

Grace Beverley

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. We all know the pressure of feeling like we should be grinding 24/7 while simultaneously being told that we should 'just relax' and take care of ourselves, like we somehow have to decide between success and sanity. But in t...

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Deep six by John Fletcher

Deep six

John Fletcher

eAudiobook

A six-part radio spy thriller about an ex-SAS agent framed for murder and on the runTerry Prince is an ex-SAS professional occasionally hired by the Secret Services to do special 'jobs'. His latest mission seems straightforward enough: find and retrieve...

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From a certain point of view by Seth Dickinson

From a certain point of view

Seth Dickinson

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. Celebrate the legacy of The Empire Strikes Back with this exciting reimagining of the timeless film featuring new perspectives from forty acclaimed authors. On May 21, 1980, Star Wars became a true saga with the release of The...

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Victoire by Roland Philipps

Victoire

Roland Philipps

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. Paris, 1940. A woman in a red hat and a black fur coat hurries down a side-street. She is Mathilde Carré, codenamed 'the cat', known as Agent Victoire. She is a charismatic spy; her story is one of resistance and survival.These...

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The graveyard book by Neil Gaiman

The graveyard book

Neil Gaiman

eAudiobook

Winner of the Newbery Medal Unabridged audio CD edition read by Neil Gaiman When a baby escapes a murderer intent on killing the entire family, who would have thought it would find safety and security in the local graveyard? Brought up by the resident...

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The week by David M. Henkin

The week

David M. Henkin

eAudiobook

We take the seven-day week for granted, rarely asking what anchors it or what it does to us. Yet weeks are not dictated by the natural order. They are, in fact, an artificial construction of the modern world. With meticulous archival research that draws...

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A class act by Rob Beckett

A class act

Rob Beckett

eAudiobook

'Pacy, witty and affectionate' Guardian Rob Beckett never seems to fit in. At work, in the middle-class world of television and comedy, he's the laddie, cockney geezer, but to his mates down the pub in south-east London, he's the theatrical one, a me...

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Babblewick Hall by Scott Cherry

Babblewick Hall

Scott Cherry

eAudiobook

The complete Series 1 & 2 of the historical sitcom about well-meaning but gullible 18th Century squire Fenton Babblewick and his clever manservant Augustus. When idealistic Fenton Babblewick inherits his uncle's Yorkshire estate, it's the perfect opp...

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Man with a van by Drew Pritchard

Man with a van

Drew Pritchard

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin.'When I see something old, that I think is beautiful, special, valuable, it's not about the money. It's about being in another time and place.'Star of TV's Salvage Hunters, Drew Pritchard will go to the greatest lengths for the...

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ASMR to wake up gently by Emma WhispersRed

ASMR to wake up gently

Emma WhispersRed

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. Penguin presents this unique audio experience by ASMRtist Emma WhispersRed. ASMR to wake up gently is a must for anyone looking to tune out anxiety and greet the new day gently. Using bespoke sounds and meditative techniques...

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Body horror by Lucy Catherine

Body horror

Lucy Catherine

eAudiobook

London, 2049. Full body transplants on sale here: the more you pay, the better the body. But can an expensive upgrade really fulfil the life-changing expectations of demoralised mortician Caroline McAleese?Caroline is desperate to be promoted to the sales...

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Between two kingdoms by Suleika Jaouad

Between two kingdoms

Suleika Jaouad

eAudiobook

Brought to you by Penguin. We all face moments that bring us to our knees: heartbreak, trauma, illness. When things don't go to plan this is the book to reach for - an inspirational memoir about what the struggle to survive teaches us about how to live....

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Prison break by Arthur Taylor

Prison break

Arthur Taylor

eAudiobook

Arthur Taylor is New Zealand's best known, most influential and colourful career criminal. A household name, he was paroled from prison in 2019 after more than 38 years behind bars. His life story is nothing short of remarkable. He has more than 150....

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Under the stars by Matt Gaw

Under the stars

Matt Gaw

eAudiobook

Moonlight, starlight, the ethereal glow of snow in winter ... when you flick off a switch, other forms of light begin to reveal themselves. Artificial light is everywhere. Not only is it damaging to humans and to wildlife, disrupting our natural rhythms,...

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The boyer lectures 2021 by John Bell

The boyer lectures 2021

John Bell

eAudiobook

John Bell's lecture series titled 'Shakespeare: Soul of the Age', to be broadcast on ABC Radio National from 7 November, will examine how the Bard's life and works have profound relevance to contemporary issues, such as political self-interest, gende...

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Save our sleep by Tizzie Hall

Save our sleep

Tizzie Hall

eAudiobook

Tizzie Hall is an internationally renowned baby whisperer who has been working with babies and their parents for over 24 years. Her customised sleep routines have helped thousands of restless babies sleep through the night, and in this easy-to-use sleep...

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The brain that changes itself by Norman Doidge

The brain that changes itself

Norman Doidge

eAudiobook

Meet the 90-year-old doctor who is still practicing medicine, the stroke victim who learned to move and talk again and the woman with half a brain that rewired itself to work as a whole. All these people had their lives transformed by the remarkable ...

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The music maker of Auschwitz IV by Jaci Byrne

The music maker of Auschwitz IV

Jaci Byrne

eAudiobook

Author's Note and Acknowledgements read by the author. The inspirational true story of an Allied prisoner of war appointed Kapellmeister to the Nazis in Auschwitz. When called up to fight in yet another World War, Drum Major Jackson promises his beloved...

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The arbornaut by Meg Lowman

The arbornaut

Meg Lowman

eAudiobook

Prologue read by the author and Foreword read by Sylvia A. Earle. One of the world's first tree-top scientists, Meg Lowman is a pioneer in her field - she invented one of the first treetop walkways - she is a tireless advocate for the earth and has s...

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Burnout by Kerrie Eyers

Burnout

Kerrie Eyers

eAudiobook

Are you always exhausted? Unable to feel for others or for life's pleasures? Find it hard to concentrate and take in what you read? You may have burnout. Burnout is widespread among high achievers in the workplace, in business and in caring professions...

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The red chief by Ion L. Idriess

The red chief

Ion L. Idriess

eAudiobook

In times past there was an Aboriginal man called Cumbo Gunnerah. His people called him The Red Kangaroo. He was a clever chief and a mighty fighter (this man from Gunnedah). Later, the white people of this place called him The Red Chief. It would be hard...

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