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  • Yoga Teacher, The
    Yoga Teacher, The Alexandra Gray
    Narrator:
    Peter Brooke
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    Dissatisfied with her job as a pharmaceutical rep and struggling with the decline of her long-term relationship, Grace, a well-heeled Londoner, uses yoga class to unwind, reflect, and momentarily transcend her earthly dilemmas. While pitching her company's latest antidepressant to the disarming Dr. James, she is inspired by his plan to study Eastern medicine in Vietnam and decides to quit her job to become a yoga teacher. After studying at the eccentric White Lotus Foundation in California, Grace returns to London ready for her new life. But nothing could have prepared her for the motley crew of students she amasses—from the octogenarian industrialist desperate for distraction to the supermodel who indulges yogic aspirations when she tires of kabbalah to the American film star who uses yoga classes to conceal a scandalous affair. Overwhelmed, Grace soon finds herself relying on her bicontinental correspondence with Dr. James for solace and inspiration, his words hovering above her London life like a sweet promise. With an eye for the absurdity in every encounter, Alexandra Gray gently skewers our society's preference for a quick-fix nirvana in this chronicle of one woman's quest for love and meaning in a world numbed by materialism and psychotropic drugs.
  • Yogi
    Yogi Carlo Devito
    Narrator:
    Alpha Trivette
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    Few men in sports history have accomplished more than Yogi Berra: three MVP Awards, 21 World Series appearances as a player, coach, and manager, and a plaque in Cooperstown honoring him as arguably the greatest catcher to ever play the position. Off the field, the man often derided for his appearance has become one of the most beloved and enduring sports figures of all time, as well as a successful pitchman and the source of some of the most-repeated expressions in the English language. Now get ready to listen to the true story of how it all happened. Carlo DeVito's Yogi is the first comprehensive biography of the greatest living Yankee and sheds new light on all aspects of Berra's life, from his humble beginnings in Depression-era St. Louis to his naval service during World War II; from his early days with DiMaggio and the Yankees to his later success with Mantle and Maris; and from his coaching and managing career in the Bronx Zoo to the astute business moves that capitalized on his celebrity status and cemented him as an American icon. For the first time, get the complete truth behind this famous and often misunderstood baseball great. After separating fact from fiction, one truth remains: There's only one Yogi.
  • Yokohama Threeway
    Yokohama Threeway Beth Lisick
    Narrator:
    Erin Bennett
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    Peering into life's cringe-worthy moments, best-selling author Beth Lisick excavates territory that most would rather ignore. Funny, odd, deeply personal, yet somehow universal, these are the kind of memories that haunt us all, the small awful moments of shame and humiliation that we'd rather forget than relive. Beth Lisick has made a career of opening her life to her readers in all of its messy, smart hilarity, but this type of story doesn't usually find its way into a memoir. With her trademark humor and sly intelligence, writing in short flashes the way these episodes tend to pop up in memory, Lisick recounts her most embarrassing moments with gusto. From a trick she played on a neighbor thirty years ago to what she accidentally blurted out at last night's dinner party, she explores the bad judgments and free-floating regrets that keep her up at night, and the result is a daring, candid, and wickedly funny collection of embarrassment embraced, the triumph of humor and perspective over everyday mortification. Writer, performer, and independent film actress Beth Lisick is the author of the New York Times best-selling comic memoir Everybody Into the Pool and the gonzo self-help manifesto Helping Me Help Myself.
  • Yonder Stands Your Orphan
    Yonder Stands Your Orphan Barry Hannah
    Narrator:
    Brian Sloan
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    Barry Hannah has long been considered one of the country's best living writers, whose singular voice and wicked genius for storytelling have earned him legions of diehard fans. His first novel in 10 years, Yonder Stands Your Orphan opens with the establishment of an orphans' camp and the discovery of an abandoned car with two skeletons in the trunk. Man Mortimer, a pimp and casino pretty boy who resembles dead country singer Conway Twitty, has just been betrayed, and his revenge becomes a madness that will ravage the Mississippi community of Eagle Lake and give vent to his lifelong fascination with knives. The pompous young sheriff is useless at solving the crimes, so Mortimer's only challengers are three eccentric Christians—a disgraced doctor and two ex-bikers, all prey to their addictions—and an African American Vietnam veteran whose wife is ill with cancer. Mortimer has a hold on each one of them—a longstanding debt, a forgotten crime, or responsibilities they cannot yet desert. Yonder Stands Your Orphan paints a searing picture of the American South and establishes Barry Hannah once again as one of the most important writers in America.
  • You
    You Charles Benoit
    Narrator:
    David Baker
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    Charles Benoit has created a stunner of a debut novel. Told entirely in the second person, the story quickly immerses us in the world of bright, disaffected Kyle Chase, who once showed great potential but by tenth grade has become a genuine slacker. With uncanny insight, crafting what can only be called YA Noir, Benoit takes us deep inside the mind of a young man on a collision course with catastrophe. Of the print version, Publisher's Weekly said in a starred review: “Disturbing content blends with skillful, fast-paced writing, adding a thriller spin to the novel's vicious realism.' Now David Baker—narrator of our highly acclaimed recording of Graceling—offers a reading that captures and builds the sense of loss and dread that makes this novel both disturbing and irresistible.
  • You Are Beloved
    You Are Beloved Bobby Schuller
    Release Date:
    5/29/2018
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    Pastor, writer, and host of the popular television broadcast Hour of Power, Bobby Schuller shows readers how to be refreshed, renewed, and restored when they feel weak, out of sync, and lost.
  • You Are Free
    You Are Free Rebekah Lyons
    Narrator:
    Heidi Petak
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    We all want to know, beyond a shadow of a doubt, what we were made for. Yet a calling feels like something held for the exclusive few. In You Are Free, Rebekah Lyons dismantles that idea to remind us that God has specific plans for each one of us if we have ears to hear the still small voice of a Father that beckons.   Rebekah has traveled the country vulnerably sharing her struggles to hear God and follow Him. “I have prayed with hands laid for deliverance on women considering suicide, experiencing trauma, fighting cancer, holding off divorce, or overcoming addiction. These women, battle weary and wounded, are saying, ‘I’m done with the life I’ve created. I want to expect more from a passionate and relentless God. Please set me free’” Abiding in God’s presence will bring us answers and sustain our life from a new place of freedom. You Are Free is a prophetic call for women to be who they’ve been designed to be, and to truly run free.
  • You Are Loved
    You Are Loved Sally Clarkson
    Angela Perritt
    Narrator:
    Kate Rudd
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    When a woman feels deeply loved and cherished, her whole outlook on life is infused with energy every day. All of us are born with a desire to be loved…and loved completely for who we are. Unfortunately, many of us seek this complete, everlasting acceptance and personal validation in all the wrong places or with the wrong people. Discovering that you can be loved completely by the One who knows you best is life-changing.In You Are Loved, Sally and Angela reveal many ways God has worked intimately in their lives to help them understand and know they are loved with an everlasting love that only God can give. Through their personal and sometimes painful stories, they invite you into their lives to witness the healing and restoration that can occur when a woman realizes she is completely loved. Our prayer for this audiobook is that you will understand how deeply you are cherished and from that foundation of God's infinite love, your life will be transformed forever.
  • You Are Not What You Think
    You Are Not What You Think David Richo
    Narrator:
    Tom Pile
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    You and your ego: how to develop a healthy sense of self without becoming an egotist—and how to see through that sense of self for the happiness of yourself and others. How can you build the healthy ego necessary to be effective in life—yet avoid the kind of egotism that makes people dislike you? Don't worry; Dave Richo has the answers. His new book shows you how to navigate the tricky waters between egotism and selflessness in a way that avoids both extremes and makes you much more effective and loving. The key is to acknowledge your ego and to be kind to it, before you ultimately learn to let it go. As with all Dave's books, this one is full of examples from myth and religion, with plenty of exercises and practical advice.
  • You Belong to Me
    You Belong to Me Ann Rule
    Narrator:
    Laural Merlington
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    A former Seattle policewoman, Ann Rule has extensive experience of violent crime and brings this knowledge to bear in this collection of fascinating case studies. You Belong to Me focuses on one of Florida's most shocking criminals - Tim Harris, the poster-perfect 'All-American' State Trooper who hid bizarre and fatal fantasies behind his badge of authority. Bearing the stamp of classic Ann Rule that makes her books so extraordinary, this and other cases from her personal files prove once again her undisputed status as the Queen of True Crime.
  • You Bet Your Life
    You Bet Your Life Stuart M. Kaminsky
    Narrator:
    Jim Meskimen
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    Toby Peters goes to Chicago to clear up a famous comic’s gambling debtsThere’s nothing funny about the package that comes for Chico Marx. It’s a severed ear, a simple message from a Chicago bookie who wants $120,000 from the world-renown Marx brother. The strange thing is that, though Chico likes to gamble, he hasn’t been making bets in Chicago. Terrified, he goes to the studio for help. Louis B. Mayer, king of Hollywood, places a call to Toby Peters.Peters’s first lead is promising. Traveling on the studio’s dime, he makes his way to Florida where he gets an interview with Al Capone, deposed lord of the Chicago underworld. The retired bootlegger’s mind has gone soft, and he doesn’t know anything about Chico’s bookie, but he suggests Peters speak to his brother. With Scarface’s good word as an introduction, Peters goes to Chicago, where it will take more than a good sense of humor to keep the Marxes from getting axed.
  • You Can Be Happy
    You Can Be Happy Amanda Gore
    Narrator:
    Rebecca Macauley
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    Juggling a career, family and other commitments is often overwhelming in today's busy world; happiness can seem to ebb away. But you CAN be happy, using Amanda Gore's simple and practical techniques. Enjoy your relationships, make the most of your career and money, reduce stress, escape energy-suckers, and look after your health. The 'mind body' approach reminds us that our mental and physical wellbeing are not separate, but one and the same. Gore uses humour and personal experience to help us change our attitudes and realise our goals. From stress busting techniques to understanding our partner better, You Can Be Happy helps us view life from a different perspective. Highly entertaining and arranged in short, easy-to-digest chapters, it will inspire you to make the easy but fundamental changes required to grab your happiness back, and keep it!
  • You Can Be Happy No Matter What
    You Can Be Happy No Matter What Richard Carlson, Ph.D.
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    Richard Carlson, Ph.D.
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    Many people believe they can only be happy when their problems are solved, relationships improve, and goals are achieved. In this simple guide, Dr. Richard Carlson shows readers how to be happy right now–no matter the situation. His plan, based on the principles of Thought (thoughts are voluntary, not involuntary); Mood (thinking is a voluntary function that varies from moment to moment and these variances are called moods); Separate Realities (everyone thinks in a unique way and lives in separate psychological realities); Feelings (feelings and emotions serve as a barometer for when one is “off-track” and headed for unhappiness); and the Present Moment (the only time for genuine contentment, satisfaction, and happiness). This timeless book guides readers through life's challenges and restores the joy of living along the way.
  • You Can Do It!
    You Can Do It! Paul Hanna
    Narrator:
    Paul Hanna
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    In this easy-to-use audio program for success, Australia''s leading motivational expert shows you how to achieve more of your potential. In You Can Do It! you will discover: how to set goals and focus on them; how to boost your self-confidence; how winners come back from defeat; how to improve your kids'' self-esteem; how to deal with negative people; how to maintain your momentum; how to avoid plateauing out; how to recharge your marriage; how to attract the good things in life; how to use your time off as a tool for success. Remember – you''re in the pilot''s seat of your life!
  • You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think
    You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think Wes Moss
    Narrator:
    Scott Merriman
    Wes Moss
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    From Wes Moss—named by Barron's as one of America's top financial advisors “The keys that Wes Moss identifies to having a happy retirement are simple but brilliant. Read this book.' —Clark Howard, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Living Large in Lean Times “Financial planner Wes Moss offers you something different—not just a plan to retire, but a way to do it sooner and to be happy when you do.' —Atlanta Journal Constitution If you think you need to win the lottery or work until you’re 75 to retire with financial stability, Money Matters host Wes Moss has very good news for you. You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think reveals the secrets for ensuring a successful retirement—sooner rather than later. After conducting an intensive study of happy retirees to learn the financial practices they hold in common, Moss discovered that it doesn't take financial genius, millions of dollars, or sophisticated investment skills to ensure a safe, solid retirement. All it takes is five best practices: • Determine what you want and need your retirement money for• Figure out how much you need to save• Create a plan to pay off your mortgage in as little as five years• Develop an income stream from multiple sources• Become an income investor Getting on the fast track to a great retirement is a lot simpler than the retirement professionals would have you believe. You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think provides the proven-effective, five-step formula for creating the retirement of your dreams.
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