| ||#STRUGGLES: Following Jesus in a Selfie-Centered World by Craig Groeschel|
Faith-Based Nonfiction read by Van Tracy
#Struggles by New York Times bestselling author Craig Groeschel helps listeners who are desperate to take back their lives as Christ followers. He shows them how to stand apart from our selfie-centered world and renew biblical values such as authenticity, compassion, contentment, rest, and more.
| ||$1,000 GENOME, THE: The Revolution in DNA Sequencing and the New Era of Personalized Medicine by Kevin Davies|
Science read by Johnny Heller
The author of the critically acclaimed Cracking the Genome writes a lively and deeply researched account of the race to offer a complete, individual human genome sequence to the public for just $1,000, which will be the tipping point to a revolution in personalized, genomic medicine.
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| ||(R)EVOLUTION by PJ Manney|
Sci-Fi read by
A brilliant inventor upgrades himself into a living weapon in order to wage a one-man war against the powerful cabal behind devastating attacks that threaten humanity.
| ||*69 by Blake Crouch|
Thriller read by
From the author of Desert Places, Abandon, and “Serial,”comes this short story which is an excellent and affordable introduction to the work of Blake Crouch.
| ||[SIC]: A Memoir by Joshua Cody|
Biography read by Edoardo Ballerini
| ||1 DEAD IN ATTIC: After Katrina by Chris Rose|
History read by Bronson Pinchot
| ||1,000 DOLLARS & AN IDEA: Entrepreneur to Billionaire by Sam Wyly|
Business read by Phil Gigante
The rags-to-riches story of an amazing business wizard - from the Louisiana cotton fields to the worlds of computers, retailing, fast food, high finance, and green energy - life lessons from a man ahead of the pack and ahead of his time
| ||10 BOOKS EVERY CONSERVATIVE MUST READ: Plus Four Not to Miss and One Imposter by Benjamin Wiker, Ph.D|
Political read by Robertson Dean
Offering a “CliffsNotes guide” to some of the most important literary works of our time, Wiker, author of 10 Books That Screwed Up the World, turns his discerning eye from the great texts that have done damage to Western civilization to the great texts that could help rebuild it.