The Burning Island – Hester Young [Audiobook]

The Burning Island – Hester Young [Audiobook]

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The Slow Burning Fuse by John Quail +

The Slow Burning Fuse: The Lost History of the British Anarchists (Freedom) by John Quail, Constance Bantman, Nick Heath
Requirements: EPUB Reader 4 MB
Overview: In the accounts of the radical movements that have shaped our history, anarchism has received a raw deal. Its visions and aims have been distorted and misunderstood, its achievements forgotten. John Quail, in this first major work, shows a history largely obscured and rewritten following 1919 and the triumph of Leninist communism. The time has arrived to resurrect the works of the early anarchist clubs, their unsung heroes, tumultuous political activities, and searing manifestos so that a truer image of radical dissent and history can be formed. Quail’s story of the anarchists is one of utopias created in imagination and half-realized in practice, of individual fights and movements for freedom and self-expression-a story still being written today.
Genre: Non-Fiction – History

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Books for Burning by Antonio Negri

Books for Burning: Between Civil War and Democracy in 1970s Italy by Antonio Negri
Requirements: .PDF reader, 8.4 Mb
Overview: Long before Antonio Negri became famous around the world for his groundbreaking volume Empire, he was infamous across Europe for the incendiary writings contained in this book. Books for Burning consists of five pamphlets that Negri wrote between 1971 and 1977, which attempt to identify and draw lessons from new conditions of class struggle that emerged in the course of the 1970s.

Conceived as organizational hypotheses intended for debate among the members of the political movements Workers’ Power (Potere operaio) and Organized Autonomy (Autonomia organizzata), these texts were later misread and misrepresented by the Italian state in its attempt to frame Negri as responsible for the assassination of former Italian president Aldo Moro, as the leader of the Red Brigades, and as the mastermind of an armed insurrection against the state. In the more than twenty-five years since their first publication, these texts have lost none of their originality, relevance or power to shock.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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The Burning Island by Hester Young

The Burning Island by Hester Young (Charlotte Charlie Cates #3)
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 282 MB
Overview: The newest haunting mystery from the beloved author of The Gates of Evangeline, featuring Charlie Cates, a headstrong heroine who must confront her unwanted supernatural gift and bring dark secrets to light if she ever wants to leave the Big Island….
Journalist Charlie Cates has always believed in facts, in what can be proved – her career depends on it. Which is why she has never truly accepted the supernatural visions that guide her to children in danger. After her work on a high-profile missing-child case brings unwanted fame, she reluctantly flees to the lush Big Island of Hawaii with her best friend, Rae. Determined to avoid her disturbing visions, Charlie begins writing what seems to be a harmless interview of a prominent volcanologist, Victor Nakagawa. But her hopes for a peaceful vacation are soon dashed by haunting dreams of a local girl who went missing six weeks earlier.
In the small and sleepy town of Kalo Valley, Charlie and Rae come to realize that even paradise has its ugly secrets, and the Nakagawa family is no exception. In order to find the missing teenager and stop a dangerous predator from striking again, Charlie is forced to embrace the gift she has always tried to conceal. Meanwhile, someone is watching her every move, and the closer Charlie gets to the truth, the more distant her chances of ever leaving the island alive.
With a deliciously eerie and fast-paced story told in vivid prose, all with an overlay of supernatural suspense, The Burning Island is a pulse-pounding mystery perfect for fans of Jennifer McMahon and Kate Atkinson.
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction

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Burning Man: Art on Fire by way of Jennifer Raiser +

Burning Man: Art on Fire by way of Jennifer Raiser (Author), Sidney Erthal (Photographer), Scott London (Photographer), Larry Harvey (Introduction), Leo Villareal (Afterword), Will Chase (Foreword)
Requirements: .PDF reader, 52.Nine MB
Overview: Every August, tens of 1000’s of individuals accumulate to rejoice inventive expression in Nevada’s barren Black Rock Desert. This hugely inhospitable location, referred to as the playa, is the website online of Burning Man, the place, inside a 9-mile fence, artists referred to as Burners create a short lived town dedicated to artwork and participation. Braving excessive parts, over 200 wildly bold artworks are created and supposed to please, galvanize, contain, or amaze. In 2013, over 68,000 other people attended – the easiest quantity ever allowed at the playa. As Burning Man has created new context, new classes of artwork have emerged since its inception, together with Art to Ride, Collaborative Art, and naturally, Art to Burn. Burning Man: Art on Fire is a licensed choice of one of the maximum shocking examples of Burning Man artwork. Experience the superb sculptures, artwork, tales, and interviews from the sector’s biggest collecting of artists. Get misplaced in a wealthy gallery of pictures showcasing the most efficient examples of playa artwork with 170 footage. Interviews with the artists expose now not handiest their motivation to create artwork in particular for Burning Man, however in addition they light up the dramatic efforts it took to create their items. Featuring the implausible pictures of long-time Burning Man photographers, Sidney Erthal and Scott London, an creation from Burning Man founder Larry Harvey, and a foreword from Will Chase, this shocking reward e-book permits Burners and lovers alike to have a work of Burning Man with all of them 12 months round.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General Arts & Photography

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Burning Man: Art on Fire by means of Jennifer Raiser +

Burning Man: Art on Fire by means of Jennifer Raiser (Author), Sidney Erthal (Photographer), Scott London (Photographer), Larry Harvey (Introduction), Leo Villareal (Afterword), Will Chase (Foreword)
Requirements: .PDF reader, 52.Nine MB
Overview: Every August, tens of hundreds of contributors acquire to have fun creative expression in Nevada’s barren Black Rock Desert. This hugely inhospitable location, referred to as the playa, is the website online of Burning Man, the place, inside of a 9-mile fence, artists referred to as Burners create a brief town dedicated to artwork and participation. Braving excessive parts, over 2 hundred wildly formidable artworks are created and supposed to thrill, impress, contain, or amaze. In 2013, over 68,000 folks attended – the perfect quantity ever allowed at the playa. As Burning Man has created new context, new classes of artwork have emerged since its inception, together with Art to Ride, Collaborative Art, and naturally, Art to Burn. Burning Man: Art on Fire is a certified selection of one of the crucial maximum shocking examples of Burning Man artwork. Experience the fantastic sculptures, artwork, tales, and interviews from the sector’s largest amassing of artists. Get misplaced in a wealthy gallery of pictures showcasing the most productive examples of playa artwork with 170 pictures. Interviews with the artists disclose now not handiest their motivation to create artwork particularly for Burning Man, however in addition they light up the dramatic efforts it took to create their items. Featuring the implausible pictures of long-time Burning Man photographers, Sidney Erthal and Scott London, an creation from Burning Man founder Larry Harvey, and a foreword from Will Chase, this shocking present e book lets in Burners and fanatics alike to have a work of Burning Man with all of them 12 months round.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General Arts & Photography

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Should the Tent Be Burning Like That?: A Professional Amateur’s Guide to the Outdoors (Audiobook)

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Brightly Burning by Alexa Donne (.M4B)

Brightly Burning by Alexa Donne
Requirements: .M4A/.M4B reader, 275 MB
Overview: “One of the most anticipated YA debuts of 2018, Brightly Burning is a gothic, romantic mystery with hints of Jane Eyre, Marissa Meyer, and Kiera Cass.” (Entertainment Weekly)

“Brightly Burning delivers a brooding gothic mystery and a swoony romance, all set in space. Donne’s atmospheric, twisty update of a cherished classic will keep you up late into the night!” (Elly Blake, NYT best-selling author of the Frostblood Saga)

Stella Ainsley leaves poverty behind when she quits her engineering job aboard the Stalwart to become a governess on a private ship. On the Rochester, there’s no water ration, more books than one person could devour in a lifetime, and an AI who seems more friend than robot. But no one warned Stella that the ship seems to be haunted, nor that it may be involved in a conspiracy that could topple the entire interstellar fleet.

Surrounded by mysteries, Stella finds her equal in the brooding but kind 19-year-old Captain Hugo. When several attempts on his life spark more questions than answers, and the beautiful Bianca Ingram appears at Hugo’s request, his unpredictable behavior causes Stella’s suspicions to mount. Without knowing whom to trust, Stella must decide whether to follow her head or her heart.

Alexa Donne’s lush and enthralling reimagining of the classic Jane Eyre, set among the stars, will seduce and beguile you.
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction Science Fiction, Young Adults

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Burning for His Dragon: Gay Paranormal Romance By Julian Clearwater [Audiobook]

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A three-alarm fire…in his pants. Better call a sexy fireman to blow it out!
ER nurse Mark Rollens is still grieving the death of his brother who died in the Dragon Floods five years ago. He’s been unable to connect with anyone, despite his best friend Jenny urging him to get a boyfriend already.
Dragon shifter Cyrus Luz is living a lie. After the Floods, he left his dragon kin to live among the humans as a firefighter. He wanted to save lives, not take them. He wanted to heal the sorrows of the humans, not make things worse.
When Cyrus saves Mark from a fire, their attraction is instantaneous. Cyrus wants to claim Mark as his own, but at the same time, he hates holding a piece of himself back, the secret that could destroy their love.
Will Mark be able to move past his hatred of the dragons to be with the man he loves? And will Cyrus be able to give all of himself to the man he wants nothing more than to protect and treasure?

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File Size: 109.6 MB

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The Burning of Moscow 1812 by Alexander Mikaberidze

The Burning of Moscow: Napoleon’s Trial by means of Hearth 1812 by means of Alexander Mikaberidze
Necessities: .PDF reader, 21.four MB
Assessment: Once Napoleon and his Grand Military entered Moscow, on 14 September 1812, the capital erupted in flames that at last engulfed and destroyed two thirds of town. The fiery devastation had a profound impact at the Grand Military, however for thirty-five days Napoleon stayed, making an increasing number of determined efforts to succeed in peace with Russia. Then, in October, virtually surrounded by means of the Russians and with iciness rapid coming near, he deserted the capital and embarked at the lengthy, sour retreat that destroyed his military. The month-long keep in Moscow was once a pivotal second within the warfare of 1812 – the instant when the initiative swung in opposition to the Tsar’s armies and spelled doom for the invading Grand Military – but it has hardly ever been studied in the similar intensity as the opposite key occasions of the marketing campaign.

Alexander Mikaberidze, on this 3rd quantity of his in-depth reassessment of the warfare between the French and Russian empires, emphasizes the significance of the Moscow hearth and presentations how Russian intransigence sealed the destiny of the French military. He makes use of an unlimited array of French, German, Polish and Russian memoirs, letters and diaries in addition to archival subject matter to be able to inform the dramatic tale of the Moscow hearth. Now not simplest does he supply a complete account of occasions, having a look at them from each the French and Russian issues of view, however he explores the Russians’ motives for leaving, then burning their capital. The use of in depth eyewitness accounts, he paints a brilliant image of the cruel truth of existence within the stays of the occupied town and describes army operations round Moscow at this turning level within the marketing campaign.
Style: Non-Fiction > Historical past

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The Burning of Moscow 1812 by Alexander Mikaberidze

The Burning of Moscow: Napoleon’s Trial via Hearth 1812 via Alexander Mikaberidze
Necessities: .PDF reader, 21.four MB
Review: Once Napoleon and his Grand Military entered Moscow, on 14 September 1812, the capital erupted in flames that finally engulfed and destroyed two thirds of town. The fiery devastation had a profound impact at the Grand Military, however for thirty-five days Napoleon stayed, making more and more determined efforts to reach peace with Russia. Then, in October, nearly surrounded via the Russians and with iciness speedy drawing near, he deserted the capital and embarked at the lengthy, sour retreat that destroyed his military. The month-long keep in Moscow was once a pivotal second within the battle of 1812 – the instant when the initiative swung in opposition to the Tsar’s armies and spelled doom for the invading Grand Military – but it has hardly ever been studied in the similar intensity as the opposite key occasions of the marketing campaign.

Alexander Mikaberidze, on this 3rd quantity of his in-depth reassessment of the battle between the French and Russian empires, emphasizes the significance of the Moscow fireplace and presentations how Russian intransigence sealed the destiny of the French military. He makes use of a limiteless array of French, German, Polish and Russian memoirs, letters and diaries in addition to archival subject matter with the intention to inform the dramatic tale of the Moscow fireplace. No longer simplest does he supply a complete account of occasions, having a look at them from each the French and Russian issues of view, however he explores the Russians’ motives for leaving, then burning their capital. The use of in depth eyewitness accounts, he paints a shiny image of the tough fact of existence within the stays of the occupied town and describes army operations round Moscow at this turning level within the marketing campaign.
Style: Non-Fiction > Historical past

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Burning the Sky by Mark Wolverton

Burning the Sky: Operation Argus and the Untold Story of the Cold War Nuclear Tests in Outer Space by Mark Wolverton
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 5.9 MB
Overview: The summer of 1958 was a nerve-racking time. Ever since the Soviet Union proved that it possessed an operational intercontinental ballistic missile with the launch of Sputnik, the world watched anxiously as the two superpowers engaged in a game of nuclear one-upmanship.

Tensions escalated between the United States and the Soviet Union over their respective nuclear weapons reserves, both sides desperate for a solution to the threat of the massive, instant destruction the one could cause on the other.In the midst of this rising tension, Nicholas Christofilos, an eccentric Greek-American physicist, brought forth an outlandish, albeit ingenious, idea to defend the US from a Soviet attack: launching atomic bombs from the South Atlantic Ocean, about 1,100 miles from Cape Town, to detonate in outer space to fry incoming Soviet ICBMs with an artificial radiation belt.

Known as Project Argus, this plan is the biggest, most secret, and riskiest scientific experiment in history, and classified details of this operation have been long obscured. In Burning the Sky, Mark Wolverton tells the unknown and controversial story of this scheme to reveal a fascinating narrative almost completely forgotten by history―one that still has powerful resonances today. Drawing from recently declassified sources, Burning the Sky chronicles Christofilos’s unconventional idea from its inception to execution―when the so-called mad scientist persuaded the military to carry out the most grandiose scientific experiment ever conceived, using the entire Earth’s atmosphere as a laboratory. With over a decade of experience researching and writing about the sociological and political impacts of the science of the Cold War, Wolverton is the ideal authority on this risky experiment. Meticulously researched, with the pacing of a thriller and the language of science fiction, Burning the Sky will intrigue any lover of scientific or military history and will remind readers why Project Argus remains frighteningly relevant nearly sixty years later.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Ben-Gurion: The Burning Ground, 1886-1948 by Shabtai Teveth (.PDF)

Ben-Gurion: The Burning Ground, 1886-1948 by Shabtai Teveth
Requirements: – reader, 23 MB
Overview: “No other democratic system has ever known an elected leader serve so long in a central role.”

Israel’s founding father and first Prime Minister: David Ben Gurion.

Upon his death David Ben-Gurion had spent sixty-six of his eighty-seven years dedicated to Eretz Israel.

The son of a member of a Zionist movement, it was inevitable that one of the first words the young Ben-Gurion would hear was “Zion”.

The seeds sown, only his mother guessed how far they’d blossom.

From his native Poland he pursued his cause across many continents and regimes, including Tsarist Russia, the Ottoman Empire, pre-war Europe and finally across the Atlantic.

A determined man, Ben-Gurion understood the art of compromise, and in recognising potential merit as well as cost he always ensured that he could take another step forwards.

But this statesmanship came at a price, and his work threatened to consume him.

The sensitive man who set out on this quest became impervious to those set against him, and at times he could be oblivious to the impact he was having on his family and friends.

From his birth to that of the State of Israel, Shabtai Teveth charts David Ben-Gurion’s great endeavour, his mission impossible: the establishment of a single, Jewish, authority. Ben-Gurion is an insightful all-encompassing biography.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Burning Ashes by James Bennett