Bernard Setaro Clark
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12.0 hrs • Nov/15/2016 • Unabridged
Join cult favorite Tony Vigorito in his award-winning underground sensation chronicling the party at the end of time.A mischievous artist kicks off a game of graffiti tag on a local overpass by painting the simple phrase “Uh-oh.” An anonymous interlocutor writes back, “When?” Someone slyly answers, “Just a couple of days.” But what happens in just a couple of days? Professor Blip Korterly is arrested, his friend Dr. Flake Fountain is drafted into a shadow-government research project to develop the ultimate biological weapon, and an accidental outbreak turns into a merry-hearted, babble-inducing apocalypse that will either destroy humankind or take it to the next step in evolution.Available Formats: MP3 CD2.0 hrs • Sep/13/2016 • Unabridged
What if William Shakespeare had written The Big Lebowski?The Dude has met the Bard, and he doth abide.Join the “Knave” and Sir Walter on a wild tale of mistaken identity, kidnapping, bowling, and a rug that, in faith, really tied the room together—in a sidesplitting Shakespearean comedy of errors and ninepins, told in five glorious acts of iambic pentameter and impeccable period prose.It’s already a theatrical hit and a worldwide viral phenomenon.Two Gentlemen of Lebowski is not endorsed by or associated with the Coen Brothers, the writers and directors of the film The Big Lebowski, or Working Title or Universal Pictures, the producer and distributor of The Big Lebowski. Any and all adaptation rights in and to the The Big Lebowski are reserved to the Coen Brothers and to Universal Pictures.Available Formats: MP3 CD2.0 hrs • Sep/13/2016 • UnabridgedCDAlso: MP3 CD12.4 hrs • Jan/26/2016 • Unabridged
Blip Korterly kicks off a game of graffiti tag on a local overpass by painting a simple phrase: “Uh-oh.” An anonymous interlocutor writes back: “When?” Blip slyly answers: “Just a couple of days.” But what happens in just a couple of days? Blip is arrested; his friend, Dr. Flake Fountain—a molecular biologist—is drafted into a shadow-government research project conducting experiments on humans. The virus being tested—cleverly called “the Pied Piper”—renders its victims incapable of symbolic capacity; that is, incapable of communication. Is this biological weaponry? What would happen if it were let loose on the world? Does a babbling populace pose a threat or provide an opportunity for social evolution?This novel’s absurd, larger-than-life characters speak in exuberant prose that is as satirical as it is playful, as full of implications as it is full of mirth. It’s no wonder Just a Couple of Days has become an underground cult classic.Available Formats: Digital Rental2.1 hrs • Jan/26/2016 • Unabridged
What if William Shakespeare had written The Big Lebowski?The Dude has met the Bard, and he doth abide.Join “the Knave” and Sir Walter on a wild tale of mistaken identity, kidnapping, bowling, and a rug that, in faith, really tied the room together—in a sidesplitting Shakespearean comedy of errors and ninepins, told in five glorious acts of iambic pentameter and impeccable period prose.It’s already a theatrical hit and a worldwide viral phenomenon.Available Formats: Digital Rental2.1 hrs • Jan/26/2016 • UnabridgedDownloadAlso: Digital Rental13.6 hrs • Oct/14/2014 • Unabridged
They are the most feared mercenary company the kingdom has ever known.Led by Yulan, their charismatic captain, the Free have spent years selling their martial and magical skills to the highest bidder—winning countless victories that have shaken the foundations of the world. Now they finally plan to lay down their swords.Yet when Yulan is offered a final contract, he cannot refuse—for the mission offers him the chance to erase the memories of the Free’s darkest hour, which have haunted him for years.As the Free embark on their last mission, a potent mix of loyalty and vengeance is building to a storm. Freedom, it seems, carries a deadly price.Available Formats:10.0 hrs • Aug/12/2014 • Unabridged
A riveting portrait of the gold rush, by the award-winning author of Down the Great Unknown and The Forger’s SpellIn the spring of 1848, rumors began to spread that gold had been discovered in a remote spot in the Sacramento Valley. A year later, newspaper headlines declared “Gold Fever!” as hundreds of thousands of men and women borrowed money, quit their jobs, and allowed themselves—for the first time ever—to imagine a future of ease and splendor.In The Rush, Edward Dolnick brilliantly recounts their treacherous westward journeys by wagon and on foot and takes us to the frenzied gold fields and the rowdy cities that sprang from nothing to jam-packed chaos. With an enthralling cast of characters and scenes of unimaginable wealth and desperate ruin, The Rush is a fascinating—and rollicking—account of the greatest treasure hunt the world has ever seen.Available Formats:15.2 hrs • Aug/05/2014 • Unabridged
Three young adults grapple with the usual thirty-something problems—boredom, authenticity, an omnipotent online oligarchy—in David Shafer’s darkly comic debut novel.The Committee, an international cabal of industrialists and media barons, is on the verge of privatizing all information. Dear Diary, an idealistic online underground, stands in the way of that takeover by using radical politics, classic spycraft, and technology that makes Big Data look like dial-up. Into this secret battle stumbles an unlikely trio: Leila Majnoun, a disillusioned nonprofit worker; Leo Crane, an unhinged trustafarian; and Mark Deveraux, a phony self-betterment guru who works for the Committee.Leo and Mark were best friends in college, but early adulthood has set them on diverging paths. Growing increasingly disdainful of Mark’s platitudes, Leo publishes a withering takedown of his ideas online. But the Committee is reading—and erasing—Leo’s words. On the other side of the world, Leila’s discoveries about the Committee’s far-reaching ambitions threaten to ruin those who are closest to her.In the spirit of William Gibson and Chuck Palahniuk, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot is both a suspenseful global thriller and an emotionally truthful novel about the struggle to change the world in—and outside—your head.Available Formats:9.7 hrs • May/27/2014 • Unabridged
It’s 2127, and the future is at stake …Abdi Taalib thought he was moving to Australia for a music scholarship. But after meeting the beautiful and brazen Tegan Oglietti, his world was turned upside down. Tegan is no ordinary girl—she died in 2027, only to be frozen and brought back to life in Abdi’s time, 100 years later.Now, all they want is for things to return to normal (or as normal as they can be), but the government has other ideas. Especially since the two just spilled the secrets behind Australia’s cryonics project to the world. On the run, Abdi and Tegan have no idea who they can trust—and when they uncover startling new details about the program, they realize that thousands of lives may be in their hands.Karen Healey offers a suspenseful, page-turning companion to When We Wake that will keep readers on the edge of their seats and make them call into question their own ideas about morality—and mortality.Available Formats:11.8 hrs • May/06/2014 • Unabridged
The nightmares have returned. Something, or someone, wants to drag Julia Davidson back into a dreadful conflict she assumed was a distant memory. Was this, like before, the echo of another person’s dream? Is she responsible to rescue faces she doesn’t recognize but can’t forget? Do the murky images suggest she has a part to play in whatever ominous events lie ahead?Things are finally looking up for Matthew Adams. As the top earner at MedCom Associates he has started to crawl out of the financial hole created during his “dark days.” And now, out of the blue, a mysterious woman invites him to join a confidential research initiative. She says it will ease the mounting economic crisis. But at what cost to Matthew’s fragile sanity, and his tortured soul?Pastor Alex Ware faces a serious problem. The honeymoon period at Christ Community Church has ended. The finance committee says they can’t afford another year of dwindling income and dismal growth. The board wants action, now! Aging parishioners would gladly allocate a portion of their estate to help. But only if Alex stops condemning the transition industry and starts affirming what the Youth Initiative calls “our heroic volunteers.”In Fatherless and Childless,Dr. James Dobson and Kurt Bruner depicted a time in which present-day trends come to sinister fruition. This eagerly awaited conclusion vividly imagines what happens when God’s image on earth is exchanged for the horrors of a Godless world.Available Formats:11.0 hrs • Oct/22/2013 • Unabridged
The best writers of our generation retell classic tales. From Sir Edmund Spenser’s The Faerie Queene to E. M. Forster’s “The Machine Stops,” literature is filled with sexy, deadly, and downright twisted tales. In this collection, award-winning and bestselling authors reimagine their favorite classic stories—the ones that have inspired, awed, and enraged them; the ones that have become ingrained in modern culture; and the ones that have been too long overlooked. They take these stories and boil them down to their bones, and reassemble them for a new generation of readers. Written from a twenty-first–century perspective and set within the realms of science fiction, dystopian fiction, fantasy, and realistic fiction, these short stories are as moving and thought provoking as their originators. They pay homage to groundbreaking literary achievements of the past while celebrating each author’s unique perception and innovative style. Stories include: “Sir Edmund Spenser’s The Faerie Queene” by Saladin Ahmed; “W. W. Jacobs’ The Monkey’s Paw” by Kelley Armstrong; “Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu’s Carmilla” by Holly Black; “Sleeping Beauty” by Neil Gaiman; “The Brothers Grimm’s Rumpelstiltskin” by Kami Garcia; “Kate Chopin’s The Awakening” by Melissa Marr; “Rudyard Kipling’s The Man Who Would Be King” by Garth Nix; “Henry James’ The Jolly Corner” by Tim Pratt; “E. M. Forster’s The Machine Stops” by Carrie Ryan; “Horace Walpole’s The Castle of Otranto” by Margaret Stohl; “William Seabrook’s The Caged White Werewolf of the Saraban” by Gene Wolfe; and “Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Birth-Mark” by Rick Yancey.Available Formats:11.5 hrs • Oct/01/2013 • Unabridged
Everyone is nervous about how Judge Victor Santiago will rule. The case involved the tragic demise of a loving mother and her disabled son. A common medical procedure has somehow created havoc across the legal and economic landscape. The president’s popular Youth Initiative is losing momentum. Political and economic fortunes are at stake. That’s why someone, somewhere, would rather put the judge in his grave than risk a wrong decision. Tyler Cain, a once respected police detective turned sleazy private investigator, has been pulled into the middle of events way above his pay grade. He hopes the case will restore some measure of dignity. But does he have what it takes to find the potential assassin before time runs out? He seeks help from Julia Davidson, a newly married journalist, who finds herself torn between the influence she craves and the husband she loves. She wants significance. But he wants a child.Available Formats:10.7 hrs • Feb/05/2013 • Unabridged
Almost overnight, Arthur Wise has become one of the wealthiest and most powerful attorneys in America. His first big purchase is a simple beach house in a place called Bluepoint, a town on the far edge of the flexed arm of Cape Cod.It’s in Bluepoint during the summer of 1952 that Arthur’s teenage son, Hilly, makes friends with Lem Dawson, a black man whose job it is to take care of the house but whose responsibilities quickly grow. When Hilly finds himself falling for Lem’s niece, Savannah, his affection for her collides with his father’s dark secrets. The results shatter his family—and hers.Years later, haunted by his memories of that summer, Hilly sets out to find Savannah in an attempt to right the wrongs he helped set in motion. But can his guilt and his good intentions overcome the forces of history, family, and identity?A beautifully told multigenerational story about love and regret, Wise Men confirms that Stuart Nadler is one of the most exciting young writers at work today.Available Formats:12.1 hrs • Jan/15/2013 • Unabridged
The year is 2042, and a long-predicted tipping point has arrived. For the first time in human history, the economic pyramid has flipped: The feeble old now outnumber the vigorous young, and this untenable situation is intensifying a battle between competing cultural agendas. Reporter Julia Davidson—a formerly award-winning journalist seeking to revive a flagging career—is investigating the growing crisis, unaware that her activity makes her a pawn in an ominous conspiracy. Plagued by nightmares about her absent father, Julia finds herself drawn to the quiet strength of a man she meets at a friend’s church. As the engrossing plot of Fatherless unfolds, Julia will face choices that pit professional success against personal survival in an increasingly uncertain and dangerous world.In the dystopian tradition of books like 1984, Brave New World, and The Hunger Games, Fatherless vividly imagines a future in which present-day trends come to sinister fruition.Available Formats:6.3 hrs • Jun/19/2012 • Unabridged
Set in the border states of Kansas and Missouri, Woe to Live On explores the nature of lawlessness and violence, friendship and loyalty, through the eyes of young recruit Jake Roedel. Where he and his fellow First Kansas Irregulars go, no one is safe, no one can be neutral. Roedel grows up fast, experiencing a brutal parody of war without standards or mercy. But as friends fall and families flee, he questions his loyalties and becomes an outsider even to those who have become outlaws.Available Formats: Digital RentalLoading more titles...
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