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  • Culture is Everything
    Culture is Everything Tristan White
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    Tristan White
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    How one company is redefining the meaning of going to work… Tristan White’s story started like many others. He had a dream to work in a job that inspired him. He didn’t find that job, so he created it. In 2004, The Physio Co (TPC) was born with one team member: Tristan White. In the 13 years since, TPC has become a remarkable healthcare success story based upon fast growth and a thriving, systemised company culture. Tristan’s obsession with creating an inspiring place to work for himself and others has resulted in more than a decade of learning, testing, and refining. If you’ve ever wondered how to build and sustain a thriving company culture, the Culture Is Everything system developed by Tristan White and The Physio Co team is your answer. The Physio Co story and Culture Is Everything system explained in this book will give you the confidence and knowledge to create a strong culture in your very own business or team.
  • Culture of Terrorism, The
    Culture of Terrorism, The Noam Chomsky
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    Brian Jones
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    This scathing critique of US political culture is a brilliant analysis of the Iran-Contra scandal. Chomsky offers a message of hope, reminding us resistance is possible.
  • Culturematic
    Culturematic Grant McCracken
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    Dan John Miller
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    A Culturematic is a little machine for making culture. It’s an ingenuity engine. Once wound up and released, the Culturematic acts as a probe into the often-alien world of contemporary culture, to test the atmosphere, to see what life it can sustain, to see who responds and how. Culturematics start small but can scale up ferociously, bootstrapping themselves as they go. Because they are so inexpensive, we can afford to fire off a multitude of Culturematics simultaneously. This is evolutionary strategy, iterative innovation, and rapid prototyping all at once. Culturematics are fast, cheap, and out of control. Perhaps as important, they fail early and often. They are the perfect antidote to a world where we cannot guess what’s coming next. In Culturematic, anthropologist Grant McCracken describes these little machines and helps the reader master them. Examples are drawn from NFL Films, Twitter, the Apple Genius Bar, Starbucks, Ford, SNL Digital Shorts, Restoration Hardware, UNICEF, J. Crew, Pie Lab, USA Network, and the GEICO gecko. For the traditional producers of culture — the creators of movies, design, advertising, publishing, magazines, newspapers, and corporate R&D — this book will inspire new innovation and creativity. For the emerging producers of culture — the digital players — this book will serve as a practical handbook. Culturematic: our app for creating the world anew.
  • Cumbres Borrascosa (Wuthering Heights)
    Cumbres Borrascosa (Wuthering Heights) Emily Brontë
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    FonoLibro se enorgullece en presentar en audiolibro Cumbres Borrascosas de Emily Brontë. Es la historia de un amor apasionado y tortuoso entre Cathy, la bella heredera de Cumbres Borrascosas, y Heathcliff, peón de establo.El padre de Cathy adopta a Heathcliff cuando era un niño hambriento. El niño enseguida se gana el corazón del Padre y de Cathy, sin embargo, Hindley hermano de Cathy lo odia por celos. Cuando el padre muere, Hindley obliga a Heathcliff a trabajar como peón del establo, y este acepta todo tipo de humillaciones por estar cerca de su amada.La historia da un vuelco cuando Cathy conoce a su apuesto vecino, Edgar Linton, y Heathcliff desaparece por unos años. Cuando él vuelve con una fortuna y dispuesto a vengarse de quienes le han hecho daño Cathy se ha casado con Edgar Linton, entonces Heathcliff, se apodera de Cumbres Borrascosas y por despecho se casa con Isabella, hermana de Edgar. Viva esta historia llena de pasión, obsesión y venganza este maravilloso audiolibro el cual no podrá dejar de escuchar hasta su sorprendente final.Please note: This audiobook is in Spanish.
  • Cunning
    Cunning Aleatha Romig
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    Brian Pallino
    Samantha Prescott
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    'He owns you. Whatever he tells you to do, you do.' One year. No future. A past that won't go away. Lennox 'Nox' Demetri broke his own rule by making a deal. It may not have been directly with the devil, but that doesn't mean Satan himself isn't watching. Was it fate that brought Charli into his life and his bed? What will happen when rules are broken and secrets are revealed? 'New rules...my rules.' Alex 'Charli' Collins found pleasure with Nox like she'd never known. That was before she knew his last name. Now that infidelity is involved and the rules have changed, what will result when real life and fantasy collide? Is it really cheating if you're doing it to yourself?
  • Cunning as a Fox
    Cunning as a Fox John Creasey
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    Christopher Oxford
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    Catherine O’Neill thought it was all her fault – the accidental death of her baby daughter and the constraint it produced between herself and her husband, a constraint exacerbated by his inability to agree with her about a worryingly sadistic streak in their teenage son, Ronald. But when Ronald is connected to a local robbery, which involves murder, Catherine comes to realize that there are some conflicts that cannot be confined to her family alone. Master crime fiction writer John Creasey's near 600 titles have sold more than 80 million copies in over 25 languages under both his own name and ten other pseudonyms. His style varied with each identity and led to him being regarded as a literary phenomena. Amongst the many series written were 'Gideon of Scotland Yard', 'The Toff', 'The Baron', 'Dr. Palfrey' and 'Inspector West', as JJ Marric, Michael Halliday, Patrick Dawlish and others. During his lifetime Creasey enjoyed an ever increasing reputation both in the UK and overseas, especially the USA. This was further enhanced by constant revision of his works in order to assure the best possible be presented to his readers and also by many awards, not least of which was being honoured twice by the Mystery Writer's of America, latterly as Grand Master.
  • Cunning Man, The
    Cunning Man, The Celia Rees
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    George Guidall
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    Finn's not at all sure about the Salt House. Overlooking Westwater Bay, it brings back all her nightmare fears of drowning. Of the ghosts of the dead reaching for her.…And Westwater is dangerous. Countless seafarers have drowned here, their ships lost—broken on the vicious Viper Rocks. Lured by the wrecker's false lights, summoned by the dark enchantments of cunning men—masters of storms and tides. Or so the legends say.…
  • Cunning Plans
    Cunning Plans Warren Ellis
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    Sam Devereaux
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    Cunning Plans collects several of NYT best-selling author Warren Ellis' lectures on the nature of the haunted future and the secrets of deep history, given in recent years at events in London, New York, Los Angeles, and Berlin.
  • Cup of Tea For Mr. Thorgill, A
    Cup of Tea For Mr. Thorgill, A Storm Jameson
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    Fleet Cooper
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    It is a seductive world in which the action of this astonishing audiobook unfolds: cultivated, privileged, secure, the close-knit world of an Oxford college, epitomized by the Master and the Master's house, a haven of good taste, intelligence and aristocratic nonconformity. With one or two exceptions, its inhabitants would—if they were to thank God for anything—thank Him that they are not as other men. Yet these are not stonyhearted snobs; they have accepted an outsider—Nevil Rigden, product of a city slum. He is a friend to the great Thomas Paget, husband to Paget's sister, and he stands high in the Master's favour. Bemused by elegance, urbanity and intellect, we discover with shock and then with horror the web of abomination being spun, inexorably, fatally, within this charmed—and charming—circle. No one can listen to this story unshaken. Storm Jameson (1891- 1986) born to a North Yorkshire family of shipbuilders. Jameson's fiery mother, who bore three girls, encouraged Storm (christened Margaret Storm) to pursue an academic education. After being taught privately and at Scarborough municipal school she won one of three county scholarships which enabled her to read English Literature at Leeds University. She then went on to complete an MA in European Drama at King's College London. During her career Jameson wrote forty-five novels, numerous pamphlets, essays, and reviews, in an effort to make money. Her personal life suffered, and her first marriage to schoolmaster Charles Douglas Clarke was an unhappy one. After they divorced in 1925, Jameson went on to marry Guy Chapman, a fellow author, and remained with him despite her apparent rejection of normal domestic life. Storm Jameson was always politically active, helping to publish a Marxist journal in the British section of the International Union of Revolutionary Writers in 1934 and attending anti-fascist rallies.
  • Cup of Water Under My Bed, A
    Cup of Water Under My Bed, A Daisy Hernandez
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    Daisy Hernandez
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    A coming-of-age memoir by a Colombian-Cuban woman about shaping lessons from home into a new, queer life. In this lyrical, coming-of-age memoir, Daisy Hernandez chronicles what the women in her Cuban-Colombian family taught her about love, money, and race. Her mother warns her about envidia and men who seduce you with pastries, while one ta bemoans that her niece is turning out to be “una india” instead of an American. Another auntie instructs that when two people are close, they are bound to become like ua y mugre, fingernails and dirt, and that no, Daisy’s father is not godless. He’s simply praying to a candy dish that can be traced back to Africa. These lessons - rooted in women’s experiences of migration, colonization, y cario - define in evocative detail what it means to grow up female in an immigrant home. In one story, Daisy sets out to defy the dictates of race and class that preoccupy her mother and tas, but dating women and transmen, and coming to identify as bisexual, leads her to unexpected questions. In another piece, NAFTA shuts local factories in her hometown on the outskirts of New York City, and she begins translating unemployment forms for her parents, moving between English and Spanish, as well as private and collective fears. In prose that is both memoir and commentary, Daisy reflects on reporting for the New York Times as the paper is rocked by the biggest plagiarism scandal in its history and plunged into debates about the role of race in the newsroom. A heartfelt exploration of family, identity, and language, A Cup of Water Under My Bed is ultimately a daughter’s story of finding herself and her community, and of creating a new, queer life.
  • Cupid's Bow
    Cupid's Bow Brenda Jackson
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    Pete Ohms
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    At age six, Kimara Stafford had a crush on Kyle. At 16, she hoped he'd be her Valentine...just as he announced his love - for someone else. Now grown-up, gorgeous Kimara doesn't need or want the playboy heir. But he has other things in mind.
  • Cure for Madness, A
    Cure for Madness, A Jodi McIsaac
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    Emily Sutton-Smith
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    Clare Campbell has worked hard to create distance between herself and her troubled family. But when she receives news of her parents’ murder, she’s forced to return to the quiet town of Clarkeston, Maine, to arrange their funeral and take legal guardianship of her unpredictable and mentally ill brother, Wes.While Clare struggles to come to grips with the death of her parents, a terrifying pathogen outbreak overtakes the town. She is all too familiar with the resulting symptoms, which resemble those of her brother’s schizophrenia: hallucinations, paranoia, and bizarre, even violent, behavior. Before long, the government steps in—and one agent takes a special interest in Wes. Clare must make a horrifying decision: save her brother or save the world.
  • Cure for Modern Life, The
    Cure for Modern Life, The Lisa Tucker
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    Scott Brick
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    Matthew and Amelia were once in love and planning to raise a family together, but a decade later, they have become professional enemies. To Amelia, who has dedicated her life to medical ethics, Matthew’s job as a high-powered pharmaceutical executive has turned him into a heartless person who doesn’t care about anything but money. Now they’re kept in balance only by Matthew’s best and oldest friend, Ben, a rising science superstar - and Amelia’s new boyfriend. That balance begins to crumble one night when, coming home to his upscale Philadelphia loft, Matthew finds himself on a desolate bridge face-to-face with a boy screaming for help. Homeless for most of his life, ten-year-old Danny is as streetwise as he is world-weary, and his desperation to save his three-year-old sister means he will do whatever it takes to get Matthew’s help. What follows is an escalating game of one-upmanship between Matthew, Amelia, and Danny, as all three players struggle to defend what is most important to them - and are ultimately forced to reconsider what they truly want. Dazzlingly written with a riveting story that will resonate with listeners everywhere, Lisa Tucker’s The Cure for Modern Life is a smart, humorous, big-hearted novel about what it means in the twenty-first century to be responsible, to care about other people, and to do the right thing.
  • Cure for the Common Life
    Cure for the Common Life Max Lucado
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    Ben Holland
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    'Sweet spot.' Golfers understand the term. So do tennis players. Ever swung a baseball bat or paddled a Ping-Pong ball? If so, you know the oh-so-nice feel of the sweet spot. Life in the sweet spot rolls like the downhill side of a downwind bike ride. But you don't have to swing a bat or a club to know this. What engineers give sports equipment, God gave you. A zone, a region, a life precinct in which you were made to dwell. He tailored the curves of your life to fit an empty space in his jigsaw puzzle. And life makes sweet sense when you find your spot. But if you're like 87 percent of workers, you haven't found it. You don't find meaning in your work--or you're one of the 80 percent who don't believe their talents are used. What can you do? You're suffering from the common life, and you desperately need a cure. Best-selling author Max Lucado has found it. In Cure for the Common Life he offers practical tools for exploring and identifying your own uniqueness, motivation to put your strengths to work, and the perfect prescription for finding and living in your sweet spot for the rest of your life.
  • Cured
    Cured Lol Tolhurst
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    Lol Tolhurst
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    A deeply moving and engaging memoir by Laurence 'Lol' Tolhurst, cofounder of The Cure, detailing the origins and creation of one of the most beloved bands of all time and Tolhurst's own return from the brink of self-destruction. 'On a damp September morning in 1964, my mother threw Robert Smith and me together. A bus had been arranged to take children from the outlying areas to St. Francis of Assisi School in Crawley. On our first day of school, Robert and I stood at the designated stop at Hevers Avenue with our mothers, and that's when we met for the very first time. We were five years old.' So began a lifelong friendship that 14 years later would result in the formation of The Cure, a quintessential postpunk band whose albums - such as 'Three Imaginary Boys', 'Pornography', and 'Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me' - remain among the best loved and most influential of all time. As two of the first punks in the provincial English town of Crawley, Lol Tolhurst and Robert Smith didn't have it easy. Outsiders from the start, theirs was a friendship based initially on proximity and a shared love of music, from the punk that was raging in nearby London to the groundbreaking experimentation of David Bowie's Berlin Trilogy. First known as The Easy Cure, they began playing in pubs and soon developed their own unique style and approach to songwriting, resulting in timeless songs that sparked a deep sense of identification and empathy in listeners, songs like 'Boys Don't Cry', 'Just Like Heaven', and 'Why Can't I Be You?,' spearheading a new subculture dubbed 'Goth' by the press. The music of The Cure was not only accessible, but also deeply subversive, challenging conventional notions of pop music and gender roles while inspiring a generation of devoted fans and a revolution in style. Cured is not only the first insider account of the early days of the band, it is a revealing look at the artistic evolution of the enigmatic Robert Smith, the iconic lead singer, songwriter, and innovative guitarist at the heart of The Cure. A deeply rebellious, sensitive, tough, and often surprisingly 'normal' young man, Smith was from the start destined for stardom, a fearless nonconformist and provocateur who soon found his own musical language through which to express his considerable and unique talent. But there was also a dark side to The Cure's intense and bewildering success. Tolhurst, on drums and keyboards, was nursing a growing alcoholism that would destroy his place in The Cure and nearly end his life. Cured tells the harrowing and unforgettable story of his crash and burn, recovery, and rebirth. Now, more than a quarter century sober, Tolhurst looks back on those days with clear-eyed honesty, delivering an inspiring account of his redemption and the process of coming to peace with The Cure and its continuing legacy.
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