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  • I Never Knew That About Royal Britain
    I Never Knew That About Royal Britain Christopher Winn
    Narrator:
    Tim Bentinck
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    bestselling author Christopher Winn explores Britain's royal past, unearthing a rich legacy of castles and palaces, cathedrals and country retreats, battlefields and monuments where kings and queens lived and died. In this exploration of royal British history, discover whose heart is buried near the Tower of London, which palace was built on top of a mulberry garden, the world's oldest and largest occupied castle, and the first building in Britain to have latrines. From the Palace of Scone to the Palace of Westminster; from Pembroke Castle, the birthplace of Henry VII, to Pontefract Castle, where Richard II starved to death; and from banqueting halls to beheading sites, this gem of a book is guaranteed to inform and amuse in equal measure.
  • I Never Thought I Could Fall in Love
    I Never Thought I Could Fall in Love Chanchaldeep Singh Sandhu
    Narrator:
    Ravi Makhija
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    Could life be any better? Playboy Ronnie thinks he has hit the jackpot when he has sex with Miss Fresher in her car on Fresher’s Night, saves himself from ragging by making fools of his seniors, and when his money-making scheme with his friend promises to bring in the much-needed moolah for having fun! But destiny seems to have its own plans and soon Ronnie falls in love! However, the journey from lust to love is not easy. Fighting his playboy image, and his best friend, Mickey, Ronnie has to now convince the girl of his dreams that she is the only one for him. Even if it means almost getting killed by a criminal gang and breaking into the girls hostel to declare his love! I Never Thought I Could Fall in Love is a racy, naughty and heart-warming love story of a boy who did not know what he was capable of doing in life until he fell in love.
  • I Only Know Who I Am When I Am Somebody Else
    I Only Know Who I Am When I Am Somebody Else Danny Aiello
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    Danny Aiello
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    Beloved stage and screen actor Danny Aiello’s big-hearted memoir reveals a man of passion, integrity, and guts—and lays bare one of the most unlikely success stories ever told.Danny Aiello admits that he backed into his acting career by mistake. That’s easy to see when you begin at the beginning: raised by his loving and fiercely resilient mother in the tenements of Manhattan and the South Bronx, and forever haunted by the death of his infant brother, Danny struggled early on to define who he was and who he could be. It wasn’t until he took to the stage in the wee hours to belt out standards that Danny Aiello found his voice and his purpose: he was born to act. Performing in converted churches and touring companies led to supporting roles in such films as The Godfather: Part II and Moonstruck, and an Oscar nomination for his role as the embattled Salvatore in Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing. For a guy who had never set foot in an acting class, this was supreme validation for being an outsider who followed his heart.In a raw and real chronicle of his gritty urban past, Danny Aiello looks back with appreciation, amusement, and frank disbelief at his unconventional road to success. He offers candid observations on working with luminary directors Francis Ford Coppola, Woody Allen, and Robert Altman, among others, and a vast roster of actors, including Robert De Niro, Paul Newman, Madonna, Cher, and Lauren Bacall. He opens up about friends he loved, friends he lost, and the professional relationships that weren’t meant to be. Above all, Danny Aiello imparts a life lesson straight out of his own experience to anyone who’s ever felt like an outsider: It’s never too late to become who you want to be, to find happiness and fulfillment, and to embrace the winding road to get there.
  • I Probably Shouldn't Have Done That
    I Probably Shouldn't Have Done That Jules Price
    Narrator:
    Amanda Cobb
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    I Probably Shouldn't Have Done That chronicles the series of vast, at times incomprehensible, mistakes that Jules makes in an attempt to get over her first 'serious' boyfriend. It follows her through drunken nights, drunker nights, bad dates, worse dates, encounters with her ex, and a very few glistening moments of hope and self-realization. It is a thoroughly sad break-up story, an occasionally naive love story, and a comical train wreck throughout.
  • I Promise You This
    I Promise You This Patricia Sands
    Narrator:
    Janet Metzger
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    Suddenly single after twenty-two years of marriage, the calm of Katherine Price’s midlife has turned upside down. Seeking to find her true self, she took a chance on starting over. A year later, she is certain of this: she’s in love with Philippe and adores his idyllic French homeland, where he wants her to live with him. But all that feels like a fantasy far removed from Toronto, where she’s helping her friend Molly, hospitalized after a life-threatening accident. Staying in her childhood home full of memories, Katherine wonders: Is she really ready to leave everything behind for an unknown life abroad? And if all her happiness lies with Philippe, will it last? Can she trust in love again? Searching her heart, Katherine finds the pull of the familiar is stronger than she thought. An unexpected meeting with her ex, the first time since his cruel departure, and a stunning declaration of love from an old flame spur her introspection. With sunlit backdrops and plot twists as breathtaking as the beaches of Antibes, author Patricia Sands brings her trilogy about second chances to a provocative and satisfying close that proves that a new life just might be possible—if you’re willing to let your heart lead you home.
  • I Remember Abbu
    I Remember Abbu Humayun Azad
    Release Date:
    4/23/2019
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    A sweeping saga of war, family, innocence, and memory from one of the top Bengali writers of all time. For the first time translated into English. Bangladesh, 1971: the war of independence from Pakistan has torn through peaceful villages and turned life upside down. In the midst of war, one young girl holds on as she discovers the world’s unpredictability. During her father’s prolonged absence, she reminisces about the essence of her abbu, an esteemed professor, loving community leader, and now unexpected warrior. She is moved by his quiet determination to preserve Bengali language and culture in a struggle for autonomy. In his diaries, her abbu describes the painful decisions he must make because of the threat of war, from embracing the brutality of taking up arms to the struggle of moving his family from the embattled city of Dhaka. Amid the tragedy is the unbroken bond between a father and daughter, which makes this powerful and historically faithful portrait of a family surviving the worst in the fight for independence all the more stirring.
  • I Remember it Bigger
    I Remember it Bigger Miranda Beverly-Whittemore
    Clark Blaise
    Katherine Vaz
    Dana Kletter
    Cam Terwilliger
    Narrator:
    Amy Tallmadge
    Fleet Cooper
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    In this collection, bestsellers, award winners, and emerging voices lead us through the murky, overblown, hungry mind-set of youth. From parental dysfunction to new sexual experiences to dealing with illness and death, the coming-of-age story has never been so newly and complicatedly rendered. Our childhood fears are on full display in this collection. Imaginary characters come to life, something evil lurks in the night, bullies taunt us, parents stand in our way, and ghosts from the past haunt our adult lives. Accurate, raw, and moving, these stories show children teetering on the cusp of messy adulthood, and we see our own early days and desires. In the opening story, a young man's vision of Roy Rogers—his abusive, ailing father's childhood hero—leads him through his family's tough past. Clark Blaise's eerily rendered Cold War America comes next, where a teenage boy faces an enemy much closer to home. Miranda Beverly-Whittemore takes us further into the darkness with an entrancing, uncomfortable story that shows a teenage girl committing a desperate act. And in Dana Kletter's 'Night Song,' a mother and daughter become entwined with the same drug-addled trumpet player. The collection ends with Katherine Vaz's surreal 'Swan Sister,' in which a girl imagines away her baby sister's illness and death until the memory begins to haunt her when she herself becomes a mother.
  • I Remember Running
    I Remember Running Darcy Wakefield
    Narrator:
    Jennifer Van Dyck
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    A little over a year ago, Darcy Wakefield was a single, 33-year-old athletic, workaholic English professor, a vegetarian who had never had a serious health problem or injury. Then she was diagnosed with ALS, and her world turned upside down. I Remember Running is Darcy's story of change and loss and challenges during her first year with ALS, as she struggles to make sense of her diagnosis and redefine herself in the face of this terminal illness. With unflagging courage, wit, and eloquence, Darcy shares what she calls her 'fast-forward' life, a life in which she applies for disability, leaves her job, and plans her own funeral as well as meets and moves in with her true love, buys a house, and gives birth to her first child in less time than it takes most of us to accomplish even one of these things. Beautifully written and wholly inspiring, I Remember Running proves that it is possible to live a rich, meaningful life after being diagnosed with a terminal illness, and will move readers to see the world in a different light.
  • I Said Yes
    I Said Yes Emily Maynard Johnson
    Narrator:
    Hayley Cresswell
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    The star of television’s The Bachelor and The Bachelorette tells her story of faith, hope, and the search for real love before and after reality TV fame.From the tragic death of her fiancé and the birth of her fatherless daughter to her stint as one of the most beloved contestants in Bachelor and Bachelorette history, Emily Maynard Johnson’s incredible life has propelled her into international stardom. Now, with fame at her back and a major social media platform at her fingertips, Emily is sharing the story of her deep recommitment to the Lord with the world.I Said Yes is for anyone who fell in love with Emily on The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, anyone who has ever been let down by romance, and anyone who wants to transcend their own desires and find true love in Christ. Emily’s universal celebrity and unfaltering public faith will draw both pop culture devotees and evangelicals alike, making I Said Yes the rare crossover memoir that will appeal to the mass market as much as to its Christian target audience.
  • I Saw Her Standing There
    I Saw Her Standing There Marie Force
    Narrator:
    Christina Traister
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    There's a budding romance on Butler Mountain, but in the hornets' nest known as the Abbott family, keeping a secret is no easy feat.…Colton Abbott and Lucy Mulvaney have a secret. Colton's nosy siblings have begun to put the pieces together, but it's not like Lucy to keep things from those closest to her—especially her best friend, Cameron, who recently moved to Vermont to live with her true love, Will. But Lucy isn't about to tell Cam she's having a fling…with Will's brother.Flitting between New York and Vermont is exhausting, so Lucy is looking forward to a long weekend with Colton at the Abbott family lake house in Burlington. Too bad Will and Cameron have the same idea, and once Colton and Lucy are caught red-handed (and red-faced), will their clandestine romance lose its appeal or will their secret beginnings be the start of something lasting?
  • I Scream Man
    I Scream Man Robert McCammon
    Narrator:
    Bronson Pinchot
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    “I Scream Man,” a story by Robert McCammon, was originally published in the Winter 1984 edition of The Horror Show.
  • I See You Made an Effort
    I See You Made an Effort Annabelle Gurwitch
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    Annabelle Gurwitch
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    Actress and humorist Annabelle Gurwitch returns with I See You Made an Effort, a book of essays so wickedly funny it may make you forget your last birthday. Not one to shy away from the grisly realities of middle age, the “slyly subversive” (O: The Oprah Magazine) Gurwitch confronts the various indignities faced by femmes d’un certain âge with candor, wit, and a healthy dose of hilarious self-deprecation. Whether falling in lust at the Genius Bar, navigating the extensive—and treacherously expensive—antiaging offerings at a department store beauty counter, coping with the assisted suicide of her best friend, negotiating the ins and outs of acceptable behavior with her teenage kid or the thudding financial reality of the “never-tirement” generation that leads her to petty theft, Gurwitch’s essays prove her a remarkably astute writer in her prime (in so many ways). Is this the beginning of the Eileen Fisher years? Where does one conduct an affair with a younger man? Is fifty the new forty? Or is fifty still just…fifty?Scorchingly honest, surreally and riotously funny, I See You Made an Effort is the ultimate coming-of-middle-age story and a must listen for women of all ages.
  • I Shall Not Want
    I Shall Not Want Norman Collins
    Narrator:
    Tom McKay
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    Set in Edwardian London, this is the absorbing story of the life-long conflict between the love and ambitions of unrepentant sinner John Marco. Norman Richard Collins was born in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, on October 3, 1907. By the time he was nine years old, at the William Ellis School in Hampstead, he displayed a talent for both writing and publishing. In January 1933, when he was 25, he became assistant managing director in the publishing house run by Victor Gollancz. In 1941 Collins was forced to move to the BBC due to increasingly poor relationship with Gollancz, who resented Collins talent and saw him as a rival. Collins wrote fourteen novels and one work of non-fiction in his lifetime, most of which were popular successes, published begrudgingly by Gollancz. Collins also became well known for his innovative programming at the British Broadcasting Corporation during the late 1940s, and later for advocating and leading the movement toward commercial television broadcasting in Great Britain. An unmistakable mark of Collins power of application and creative energy was that he continued to write fiction throughout such a very busy working life. Although never a full-time writer he was a fluent and prolific author with 16 titles and two plays to his credit between 1934 and 1981. An autographed edition of twelve of his novels was published during the 1960s.
  • I Stay Near You
    I Stay Near You M. E. Kerr
    Narrator:
    Eileen Stevens
    Jeremy Beck
    Eliza Foss
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    An ill-fated romance between a girl from the wrong side of the tracks and a boy from the richest family in a small upstate New York town has dire consequences for three generations. A gold ring, inscribed with 'I Stay Near You', triggers a complex chain of events as it's passed down from one generation to the next.
  • I Still Think About You
    I Still Think About You Arpit Vageria
    Narrator:
    Sartaj Garewal
    Release Date:
    1/1/2019
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    Aamir has never met anyone who understands him better than Anvi. But her passion for investigative journalism scares him no end. She is calling while reporting from a crime scene and promising to switch to anchoring when he hears a gunshot. Will she be able to fulfil her promise? Dhruv can do anything to please Vratika, for he seems bound to her for life. They have been going steady for a while, and he feels she brings smiles and light to his life like no other. Can one misunderstanding in a moment of anger finish it all? For Aamir, little Dhruv is the best gift life has given him. More than just brothers, they are the beginning and end of their family. After years, struggles and pain are slowly fading away in the face of happier times. But one phone call changes their entire life. Life throws Aamir and Dhruv in a vortex of pain, loss and guilt. While Dhruv wanders for redemption, he meets Sachi. She reads his heart, soothes his soul and brings him face to face with his real self. I Still Think About You is a story of love, brotherhood, passion, dedication, pain, and the depths to which a heart can go to win back lost love.
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