Warren Berger – The Book of Beautiful Questions

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Meeting Evil – Thomas Berger

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Written by Thomas Berger
Read by Bronson Pinchot
Format: MP3
Bitrate: 64 Kbps
Unabridged

Publisher: Blackstone Publishing
Release date: August 12, 2011
Duration: 07:08:32

Meeting Evil tells an adrenaline-pumped, genuinely frightening tale of malevolence that swerves swiftly and irrevocably to a catastrophic climax.

John Felton meets evil late one Monday morning when the doorbell rings. Standing on the front porch is a stranger. He wears expensive running shoes and a baseball cap and calls himself Richie. He tells John his car has stalled and asks for help. An altercation at the gas station leads to a shocking crime as violence begets violence. At the end of this harrowing day, John returns home to find Richie ensconced in his living room, chatting up his wife. The evil has somehow seeped into his life. Thus begins the transformation of an unremarkable husband and father of two into a desperate man willing to go to any length to protect his family from the darkness that threatens them.

This is an extraordinary masterpiece and a chilling portrait of mounting menace played out against an everyday world of domestic routine, personified in a protagonist of basic decency grappling with both the immediate and existential meaning of true evil.

A seemingly random act of kindness plunges stressed-out real estate agent John Felton into the twisted world of a recently released psychopath. In the tradition of the best movies of Hitchcock, Berger forces his “everyman” into an impossible moral situation and ratchets up the anxiety to an unbearable level. Narrator Bronson Pinchot masterfully aids and abets Berger’s ever-tightening noose of tension by adding a creepy sycophantic tone to the madman’s voice. While the first half drags a bit, Pinchot powers up the narrative in the second half, changing tempo and tone as the story moves to its chilling ending. R.O. (c) AudioFile 2011,

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Meeting Evil – Thomas Berger

Cover Image:


http://imgbox.com/eSe7tdLS

Written by Thomas Berger
Read by Bronson Pinchot
Format: MP3
Bitrate: 64 Kbps
Unabridged

Publisher: Blackstone Publishing
Release date: August 12, 2011
Duration: 07:08:32

Meeting Evil tells an adrenaline-pumped, genuinely frightening tale of malevolence that swerves swiftly and irrevocably to a catastrophic climax.

John Felton meets evil late one Monday morning when the doorbell rings. Standing on the front porch is a stranger. He wears expensive running shoes and a baseball cap and calls himself Richie. He tells John his car has stalled and asks for help. An altercation at the gas station leads to a shocking crime as violence begets violence. At the end of this harrowing day, John returns home to find Richie ensconced in his living room, chatting up his wife. The evil has somehow seeped into his life. Thus begins the transformation of an unremarkable husband and father of two into a desperate man willing to go to any length to protect his family from the darkness that threatens them.

This is an extraordinary masterpiece and a chilling portrait of mounting menace played out against an everyday world of domestic routine, personified in a protagonist of basic decency grappling with both the immediate and existential meaning of true evil.

A seemingly random act of kindness plunges stressed-out real estate agent John Felton into the twisted world of a recently released psychopath. In the tradition of the best movies of Hitchcock, Berger forces his “everyman” into an impossible moral situation and ratchets up the anxiety to an unbearable level. Narrator Bronson Pinchot masterfully aids and abets Berger’s ever-tightening noose of tension by adding a creepy sycophantic tone to the madman’s voice. While the first half drags a bit, Pinchot powers up the narrative in the second half, changing tempo and tone as the story moves to its chilling ending. R.O. (c) AudioFile 2011,

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Invisible Influence by way of Jonah Berger

Invisible Influence: The Hidden Forces that Shape Behavior by way of Jonah Berger
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 198 MB
Overview: The New York Times bestselling creator of Contagious explores the sophisticated, secret influences that impact the selections we make”from what we purchase, to the careers we select, to what we consume”on this interesting and groundbreaking paintings.
If youre like most of the people, you suppose that your possible choices and behaviors are pushed by way of your own, preferences, and critiques. You put on a definite jacket since you favored how it appeared. You picked a specific occupation since you discovered it attention-grabbing. The perception that our possible choices are pushed by way of our personal non-public ideas and critiques is patently evident. Right? Wrong.
Without our knowing it, different peoples habits has an enormous affect on the whole lot we do at each second of our lives, from the mundane to the momentous instance. Even strangers have a startling have an effect on on our judgments and choices: our attitudes towards a welfare coverage shift if had been informed it’s supported by way of Democrats as opposed to Republicans (even supposing the coverage is identical in each circumstances).
But social affect doesnt simply lead us to do the similar issues as others. In some circumstances we conform, or imitate others round us. But in different circumstances we diverge, or keep away from explicit possible choices or behaviors as a result of different persons are doing them. We prevent paying attention to a band as a result of they cross mainstream. We skip purchasing the minivan as a result of we dont wish to appear to be a football mother.
In his sudden and compelling Invisible Influence, Jonah Berger integrates analysis and considering from industry, psychology, and social science to concentrate on the sophisticated, invisible influences in the back of our possible choices as people. By working out how social affect works, we will be able to come to a decision when to withstand and when to embody it”and the way we will be able to use this data to make better-informed choices and workout extra keep an eye on over our personal habits.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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Messages by Arthur Asa Berger

Messages by Arthur Asa Berger
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 7.2MB
Overview: This brief introductory textbook to the field of communication offers the advantages of Arthur Asa Berger’s informal writing style and flair for popular culture examples aimed to engage students. Designed for the basic course in communication departments, Berger introduces the key theorists who shaped our concepts of communication while also describing the varied processes and settings in which communication occurs. Messages is a strong option for instructors who want a student-friendly alternative to the standard encyclopedic textbook. This text: Contains chapters on key contemporary topics such as social media, communication and identity, and visual communication Includes accessible popular cultural examples ranging from advertisements to folk tales to James Bond films, all based on Berger’s years of expertise as an author and scholar in mass media and popular culture Incorporates useful pedagogical features such as exercises, quotes from key theorists, and cartoons
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational > Social Sciences

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Jean-louis, Auteur Berger, ‘apprendre: La Rencontre Entre …

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