The Divide by Jeremy Robinson

The Divide by Jeremy Robinson
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 330 MB
Overview: A wildly exciting journey through a world remade, The Divide combines real characters with horrifically realized creations, pitting the worst of human nature against the strength of family. Equal parts action, horror, and moving drama that only Jeremy Robinson can pull off.

When the divide is crossed…

No one remembers how the Divide was created. The miles-deep and miles-wide chasm has existed for hundreds of years, protecting what remains of humanity from the Golyat: a creature whose shadow moves across the horizon at sunset.

Davina, daughter of Jesse, is a shepherd. She spends her days guiding herds of deer through the forests of New Inglan, protecting them from predators, herding them away from the Divide, and ensuring the tribe of Essex has meat when needed. While many shepherds die in their first year – from the elements, from injury, or in the jaws of a wolf – Davina is resilient.

Having just slain a mountain lion, Davina returns to her village to discover a hunting party has been sent out in search of the Modernists, a group fascinated with the past, the technology that once filled the world, and what lies beyond the Divide. To keep the Modernists from reaching the Divide’s far side and revealing humanity’s presence to the Golyat, the hunters will torture and kill them all. Including Davina’s teenage son.

Davina strikes out, intending to ensure her son’s death will be quick and without torture. Reaching the island of Boston first, Davina confronts the Modernists and finds herself incapable of taking her son’s life. Captured by the enemies of Essex, she is transported across the Divide along with her son and the Modernists.

For the first time in 500 years, humanity steps foot on the Divide’s far side. Stranded with the enemy, Davina must fight to keep them all alive, herding people instead of deer, while uncovering the truth about humanity’s past and her connection to events that reshaped the world.
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction

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Geopolitics and the Quest for Dominance by Jeremy Black

Geopolitics and the Quest for Dominance by Jeremy Black
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 1.3MB
Overview: History and geography delineate the operation of power, not only its range but also the capacity to plan and the ability to implement. Approaching state strategy and policy from the spatial angle, Jeremy Black argues that just as the perception of power is central to issues of power, so place, and its constraints and relationships, is partly a matter of perception, not merely map coordinates. Geopolitics, he maintains, is as much about ideas and perception as it is about the actual spatial dimensions of power. Black’s study ranges widely, examining geography and the spatial nature of state power from the 15th century to the present day. He considers the rise of British power, geopolitics and the age of Imperialism, the Nazis and World War II, and the Cold War, and he looks at the key theorists of the latter 20th century, including Henry Kissinger, Francis Fukuyama and Samuel P. Huntington, Philip Bobbitt, Niall Ferguson, and others.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Iraq: The Cost of War by Jeremy Greenstock

Iraq: The Cost of War by Jeremy Greenstock
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 1.3 MB
Overview: Tony Blair’s decision to back George W. Bush in his attack on Iraq will go down as a defining moment for Blair, and for Britain. As Ambassador to the UN, Sir Jeremy Greenstock was centre stage in the dramatic months leading up to the Iraq war. After the war he was Special Envoy for Iraq, the UK’s highest authority on the ground, and he worked side by side with Paul Bremer, the US administrator of the Coalition Provisional Authority, in Baghdad and saw first-hand the impact of the divisive turf wars back in Washington.

He kept a diary of what he witnessed in Iraq as the security situation deteriorated and has spoken remarkably candidly about the US-led administration. This extraordinary book is a record of what he saw.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Meander: East to West by Jeremy Seal

Meander: East to West, Indirectly, Along a Turkish River by Jeremy Seal
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 5.4 MB
Overview: The Meander is a river so famously winding that its name has long since come to signify the frustrations and the virtues of the indirect approach; an approach that the author makes use of while traveling the length of the river alone and by kayak.

Jeremy Seal, a natural raconteur, takes readers from the Meander’s source in the uplands of Central Turkey to its mouth on the Aegean, with as many historical, cultural, and personal asides as there are bends in the river.

The river itself has largely been forgotten, but the Meander was the original conduit by which the cultures of Europe and Asia first met, then clashed. The city at the river’s mouth saw the first great flowering of western philosophical thought, 2500 years ago. The city at the river’s source commanded the mountain pass that carried the world’s earliest roads leading to Mesopotamia and on to India. All manner of legendary adventurers, soldiers, and visionaries passed through: the Persian King Xerxes on his way to defeat at Salamis, Alexander the Great en route to his conquest of Asia, and St. Paul establishing the earliest of the Christian churches, to name just a few.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Space Force by Jeremy Robinson (.M4B)

Space Force by Jeremy Robinson
Requirements: .M4A/.M4B reader, 270 MB
Overview: Five years ago, the US Space Force became a reality. And while those writing the checks took things very seriously, the other military branches did not. As a result, Space Force was populated by undesirables: men and women who made too many mistakes, didn’t follow the rules, or…slept with the wrong general’s daughter. Three times. On camera. It was a mistake, okay?

My name is Captain Ethan Stone, a decorated member of SEAL Team Six turned Space Force "recruit". While the powers that be attempted to make Space Force an embarrassment, they also sent some of the very best minds, fighters, and pilots to the program, because sometimes the best of us decide to take a stand against those same powers. Yeah, yeah. Not me. Though I seem to recall I was standing when…sorry. It’s a distracting memory.

Flash forward five years and between tenses. President West is in office. Power has shifted. And Space Force is defunded. With just a handful of us still living on base, we find ourselves being evicted. But before all of us can leave, aliens invade. Really ugly ones, too. Super nasty. I don’t think I could describe them here without getting the audiobook banned.

Anywho, using their advanced technology, they seal off Space Force Command behind a shrinking force field and kick off a battle royale to the death. Human vs. alien. To the victors goes the Earth. While my boy Frank Taylor and I throw down inside the force field, my main squeeze, First Lieutenant Jennifer Hale, leads an international strike team into freakin’ space. It’s nuts. Crazy action. Super funny, too, in like a Deadpool way, if that’s your thing.

The only way to really know what went down is to snag a copy of this audiobook and listen to it for yourself…before it’s too late. Or wait for the movie. There is going to be a movie, right?
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction Science Fiction

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The Future for Investors by Jeremy J. Siegel

The Future for Investors: Why the Tried and the True Triumphs Over the Bold and the New by Jeremy J. Siegel
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 9 MB | Version: Retail
Overview: The new paradigm for investing and building wealth in the twenty-first century. The Future for Investors reveals new strategies that take advantage of the dramatic changes and opportunities that will appear in world markets.

Jeremy Siegel, one of the world’s top investing experts, has taken a long, hard, and in-depth look at the market and the stocks that investors should acquire to build long-term wealth. His surprising finding is that the new technologies, expanding industries, and fast-growing countries that stockholders relentlessly seek in the market often lead to poor returns. In fact, growth itself can be an investment trap, luring investors into overpriced stocks and overly competitive industries.

The Future for Investors shatters conventional wisdom and provides a framework for picking stocks that will be long-term winners. While technological innovation spurs economic growth, it has not been kind to investors. Instead, companies that have marketed tried-and-true products for decades in slow-growth or even declining industries have superior returns to firms that develop “the bold and the new.” Industry sectors many regard as dinosaurs-railroads and oil companies, for example-have actually beat the market.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General | Business & Money

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The Future for Investors by Jeremy J. Siegel

The Future for Investors: Why the Tried and the True Triumph Over the Bold and the New by Jeremy J. Siegel (Author), Stephen Hoye (Narrator)
Requirements: .MP3 Player, 64 kbps, Duration: 9 hours 14 minutes, 240 MB
Overview: From one of the world’s top investing experts, and the best-selling author of Stocks for the Long Run, comes a book that challenges certain conventional wisdom. Based on groundbreaking research, The Future for Investors makes the case that as an investor you are better off with old, reliable companies, many of whose products have not changed for years. Asserting that new companies and new industries often generate returns inferior to older companies in slow-growth or even shrinking industries, Siegel explains why growth itself is an investment trap, luring us into overpriced stocks and overly competitive industries.
In this timely and practical audiobook, this key idea is placed into the context of such issues as the aging crisis and the shift in global economic power to the emerging markets of China and India.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction | Business & Money

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Orphans: A History by Jeremy Seabrook

Orphans: A History by Jeremy Seabrook
Requirements: .PDF reader, 2,0 Mb
Overview: Orphans have often been beneficiaries of charity and compassion–but society has also punished, abused and ill-treated them. Attitudes behind this maltreatment are rooted in ideas that those without parents are disruptive, malevolent, and in need of discipline.
Drawing on historic documents, interviews and memoirs, Jeremy Seabrook charts history’s changing and often loose definitions of "orphans," and explores their many "makers"–from natural or man-made catastrophes to the State, charity, and other social forces that have separated children, especially the poor, from their close kin.
But this history is not only one of suffering: Orphans also reveals the uncounted millions taken in and loved by relatives, neighbors or strangers. Freed from constraints and driven by insecurity, many orphans–including Nelson Mandela, Marilyn Monroe and Steve Jobs–have led remarkable lives.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History > Historical Study & Educational Resources

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Alter by Jeremy Robinson (.M4B)

Alter by Jeremy Robinson
Requirements: .M4A/.M4B reader, 115 MB
Overview: Stranded in the Amazon rainforest, a lost man fights for survival and discovers that the root of evil doesn’t just reside in the world’s darkest corners, but inside the hearts of all mankind. Dr. Gregory Zekser is on a mission to visit the furthest reaches of the Amazon, providing medical aid to recently contacted tribes.

As a general practitioner and food pantry director, his life in Massachusetts can be chaotic, but serving people is what he does best, and he doesn’t mind sacrificing his personal life to help others, at home or half way around the world. But any hope of returning home to his wife, daughter, and comfortable life are eradicated when the small plane carrying him back to civilization plummets into the unknown depths of the jungle.

Swallowed by endless green, with both pilots dead, Greg struggles to stay alive in a world that wants to infect his body, suck him dry, and eat him whole. Ravaged by illness and dehydration, and stalked by a ruthless predator, Greg’s life teeters on the edge of oblivion until a scream lets him know that he is not alone.

His first encounter with an uncontacted tribe ends in death – the first of many. Driven to the brink of madness, and then beyond, Greg finds himself caught up in a feud that existed before his arrival, but will only end with his death – or his enemies’.

International best-selling author, Jeremy Robinson, the master of taking creative and original concepts and fusing them with realistic and emotive characters, explores the depths to which a man can descend, and what it takes to climb back out.
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction Action & Adventure

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The Power for Flight by Jeremy R. Kinney

The Power for Flight: NASA’s Contributions to Aircraft Propulsion by Jeremy R. Kinney
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 6 MB
Overview: Aircraft propulsion technology provides the power for flight. Since 1958, NASA researchers have pushed the boundaries of the design of power plants for both subsonic and supersonic flight. Innovations that emerged from NASA programs contributed to the development ultra-high bypass turbofans, advanced turboprops, and refined systems reflecting the desire for more efficient, quieter, cleaner, and safer engines. In the process, the agency played a major role as an innovator, facilitator, collaborator, and leader as it interacted with industry and other federal agencies to address fundamental problems facing American society. As a result, the U.S. aircraft propulsion industry has consistently led the world in the development of new technology with improved performance, durability, environmental compatibility, and safety.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Growing a Garden City by Jeremy N. Smith

Rising a Backyard Metropolis: How Farmers, First Graders, Counselors, Troubled Teenagers, Foodies, a Homeless Shelter Chef, Single Moms, and Extra are Reworking Themselves and Their Neighborhoods By the Intersection of Native Agriculture and Neighborhood by Jeremy N. Smith
Necessities: .ePUB reader, 45.9 MB
Overview: Fifteen people-plus a category of first graders-tell how native meals, farms, and gardens modified their lives and their group.and the way they’ll change yours, too.

Rising a Backyard Metropolis consists of:
• Fifteen first-person tales of private and civic transformation from a variety of people, together with farmers and group backyard members, a low-income senior and troubled teen, a foodie, a meals financial institution officer, and plenty of extra
Style: Non-Fiction > Normal Gardening & Horticulture

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Doctor You by Jeremy Howick

Physician You: Introducing the Onerous Science of Self-Therapeutic by Jeremy Howick
Necessities: .ePUB reader, 1.three MB
Overview: Award-winning Oxford College researcher Dr. Jeremy Howick attracts on the most recent peer-reviewed medical research to arm readers with scientific proof that can empower them to make smart decisions about what medication to take, what medication to provide their youngsters, and when (and when not) to easily let the physique do its factor.
The miracles of recent medicine-and our overreliance on pharmaceuticals and surgical procedures-have obscured the evolutionary means of the physique to heal itself, as Dr. Jeremy Howick explains on this groundbreaking guide.
Style: Non-Fiction > Well being, Health & Medical

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Jeremy N. Smith – Breaking And Entering: The Extraordinary Story Of A Hacker Called “alien”

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Jeremy Corbyn: Leading from the Left

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