Greg Keyes – Godzilla: King of the Monsters: The Official Movie Novelization

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Greg Dragon – Collection

Greg Dragon – Collection

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Good Without God by Greg M. Epstein

Good Without God: What a Billion Non-Religious People Do Believe by Greg M. Epstein
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Overview: An inspiring and provocative exploration of an alternative to traditional religion by the Humanist chaplain at Harvard University

With the current state of the economy, the ongoing wars that rage across the globe, and the unsettling changes to the earth’s climate, questions about the role of God and religion in world affairs have never been more relevant or felt more powerfully. Many of us are searching for a place where we can find not only facts and scientific reason but also hope and the moral courage needed to overcome such challenges. For some, answers to the most challenging questions are found in the divine. For others, including the New Atheists, religion has no place in the world and is, in fact, an "enemy."

But in Good Without God, Greg Epstein presents another, more balanced and inclusive response: Humanism. With a focus on the positive, he highlights humanity’s potential for goodness and the ways in which Humanists lead lives of purpose and compassion. Humanism can offer the sense of community we want and often need in good times and bad, as we celebrate marriages and the birth of our children, and as we care for those who are elderly or sick. In short, Humanism teaches us that we can lead good and moral lives without supernaturalism, without higher powers . . . without God.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy > Atheism

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Greg Lukianoff, Jonathan Haidt – The Coddling of the American Mind

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Adcenter Rockstars by Greg Davis

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Rowan Williams and Greg Garrett by Rowan Williams +

Rowan Williams and Greg Garrett by Rowan Williams, Greg Garrett
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Overview: How is God speaking into our lives today? How do Christians discern what they’re being called to do? How do literature and culture intersect with the Scriptures and our tradition? And what might the work of the artist teach us about both spiritual practice and the vocational tasks of preaching and teaching? Be a fly on the wall and listen in as dear friends-one who happens to be the past Archbishop of Canterbury, the other, “one of the Episcopal Church’s most engaging evangelists” (Barbara Brown Taylor)-discuss their longtime passions and shared interests.

In this new volume of the “In Conversation series,” Rowan Williams and Greg Garrett talk about friendship, the Church, the gift of great novels, the importance of Shakespeare, the art of writing poetry and fiction, the preaching event, engaging popular culture, the relationship between faith and politics, the practice of prayer, and the necessity of sacred community, modeling for us in the process both the vanishing art of conversation and an active engagement with faith, culture, and real life.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Stakeknife by Martin Ingram, Greg Harkin

Stakeknife: Britain’s Secret Agents in Ireland by Martin Ingram, Greg Harkin
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Overview: An explosive exposé of how British military intelligence really works, from the inside. The stories of two undercover agents Brian Nelson, who worked for the Force Research Unit (FRU), aiding loyalist terrorists and murderers in their bloody work; and the man known as Stakeknife, deputy head of the IRA’s infamous ‘Nutting Squad’, the internal security force which tortured and killed suspected informers.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Steve McQueen by Greg Laurie, Marshall Terrill

Steve McQueen: The Salvation of an American Icon by Greg Laurie, Marshall Terrill
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Overview: Join Greg Laurie as he takes a cross-country drive in his 1968 Highland Green Ford Mustang 390 GT through the canyons of Malibu, the alleys of Hollywood, the wide and open roads of the Midwest, the streets of New York, as he traces the wooly geography of actor Steve McQueen’s life, relationships, career and spiritual journey. This iconic muscle car was the vehicle McQueen drove in his most raucous and enduring film, Bullitt.

In the 1960s, McQueen was, according to box office receipts, the biggest movie star of his generation and one of the coolest men to ever walk the planet. Greg Laurie was a teen at the time and an ardent fan of “The King of Cool,” first mesmerized by McQueen in 1963’s The Great Escape. Like millions of cinema fans, Greg developed a lifelong fascination with the actor. Now he has a chance to tell McQueen’s story.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Greg King – Sharon Tate and the Manson Murders

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Frontiers of Labor via Greg Patmore, Shelton Stromquist

Frontiers of Labor: Comparative Histories of the United States and Australia via Greg Patmore, Shelton Stromquist
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Overview: Alike in lots of facets in their histories, Australia and the United States diverge in placing tactics in the case of their operating categories, exertions family members, and politics. Greg Patmore and Shelton Stromquist curate leading edge essays that use transnational and comparative research to discover the 2 international locations’ variations. The members read about 5 main spaces: World War I’s affect on exertions and socialist actions; the historical past of coerced exertions; patterns of ethnic and sophistication identity; sorts of working-class collective motion; and the struggles associated with industry union democracy and unbiased working-class politics. Throughout, many essays spotlight how hard-won transnational ties allowed Australians and Americans to steer each and every different’s industry union and political cultures.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Essentialism by Greg McKeown

Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 363 MB
Have you ever felt the urge to declutter your work life?
Do you often find yourself stretched too thin?
Do you simultaneously feel overworked and underutilized?
Are you frequently busy but not productive?
Do you feel like your time is constantly being hijacked by other people’s agendas?
If you answered yes to any of these, the way out is the Way of the Essentialist.
The Way of the Essentialist isn’t about getting more done in less time. It’s about getting only the right things done. It is not a time management strategy, or a productivity technique. It is a systematic discipline for discerning what is absolutely essential, then eliminating everything that is not, so we can make the highest possible contribution towards the things that really matter.
By forcing us to apply a more selective criteria for what is Essential, the disciplined pursuit of less empowers us to reclaim control of our own choices about where to spend our precious time and energy – instead of giving others the implicit permission to choose for us.
Essentialism is not one more thing – it’s a whole new way of doing everything. A must-read for any leader, manager, or individual who wants to do less, but better, and declutter and organize their own their lives, Essentialism is a movement whose time has come.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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Fordlandia by Greg Grandin

Fordlandia: The Rise and Fall of Henry Ford’s Forgotten Jungle City by Greg Grandin
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 3.8 MB
Overview: The stunning, never before told story of the quixotic attempt to recreate small-town America in the heart of the Amazon

In 1927, Henry Ford, the richest man in the world, bought a tract of land twice the size of Delaware in the Brazilian Amazon. His intention was to grow rubber, but the project rapidly evolved into a more ambitious bid to export America itself, along with its golf courses, ice-cream shops, bandstands, indoor plumbing, and Model Ts rolling down broad streets.

Fordlandia, as the settlement was called, quickly became the site of an epic clash. On one side was the car magnate, lean, austere, the man who reduced industrial production to its simplest motions; on the other, the Amazon, lush, extravagant, the most complex ecological system on the planet. Ford’s early success in imposing time clocks and square dances on the jungle soon collapsed, as indigenous workers, rejecting his midwestern Puritanism, turned the place into a ribald tropical boomtown. Fordlandia’s eventual demise as a rubber plantation foreshadowed the practices that today are laying waste to the rain forest.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Greg Iles Audiobooks Collection – 17 Unabridged Books

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Negotiating with a Bully by Greg Williams

Negotiating with a Bully: Take Charge and Turn the Tables on People Trying to Push You Around by Greg Williams
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Overview: Everyone has felt bullied at some point in their lives, whether by a family member, childhood acquaintance, colleague, boss, or client. You know you have been bullied when you feel pressured, demeaned, and angered. You walked away from a negotiation feeling like you lost ground. You gave into demands and agreed to something that was not in your best interests. And you resented the way you felt.

Negotiating with a Bully will teach you how to skillfully deal with bullies in different forms and environments. You’ll explore the mindset of a bully and understand the motivations and behavior so that you can gain an advantage over him or her.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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