Download The Great Wheel by Ian R. MacLeod (.MP3)

The Great Wheel by Ian R. MacLeod (Read by Colin Mace)
Requirements: MP3 Player, 14 hrs and 12 mins, 383.6 mb
Overview: In a wretched third world of the future, a young priest from England pursues the mystery of a disease. Although Father John has lost his faith, he does his best to administer prayers and medicine to the people of a Borderer town in what long ago was Northern Africa. He wonders why so many in the Endless City are dying of bludrut – myeloid leukemia – and begins to suspect that the reason is the koiyl leaf, which the people chew as an opiate. Investigating, John encounters poverty and politics. He travels to a far valley of radioactive death, his guide a witch-woman. And as he questions a Europe grown too perfect and falls in love with a Borderer, he is visited, constantly, disturbingly, by childhood memories of harvest fairs at Hemhill and a wonderful older brother.

Locus Winner for Best First Novel.
Genre: Audiobook|Fantasy

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Download The Summer Isles by Ian R. MacLeod (.MP3)

The Summer Isles by Ian R. MacLeod (Read by Steve Hodson)
Requirements: MP3 Player, 13 hrs and 3 mins, 352.3 mb
Overview: In this fine work of full-length fiction by award-winning author Ian R. MacLeod, a chilling alternate history unfolds…. An elderly English historian, swept along with the rest of his country by the march of history, sways between reminiscences of his life’s true love and his efforts – in his own fumbling way – to change his nation’s course. In this tale, Britain has lost the First World War and turned to fascism. As a homosexual, the narrator suffers both the fear of repression and the loss of his lover to the fascist government, while the ordinary people of the rest of the country enjoy shiny modernity and, with it, briefly, the envy of other nations. MacLeod’s tale shows convincingly that no one individual or country is immune from totalitarianism, and the identity of his British dictator forms a twist that, both beguilingly and deceptively, never stops turning.

Nominated for the John C Campbell Memorial Award. Sidewise Award for Alternate History. World Fantasy Award.
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Download The Coming of the Third Reich by Richard J. Evans (.MP3)

The Coming of the Third Reich by Richard J. Evans (Read by Sean Pratt)
Requirements: MP3 Player, 21 hrs and 10 mins, 574 mb
Overview: There is no story in twentieth-century history more important to understand than Hitler’s rise to power and the collapse of civilization in Nazi Germany. With The Coming of the Third Reich, Richard Evans, one of the world’s most distinguished historians, has written the definitive account for our time. A masterful synthesis of a vast body of scholarly work integrated with important new research and interpretations, Evans’s history restores drama and contingency to the rise to power of Hitler and the Nazis, even as it shows how ready Germany was by the early 1930s for such a takeover to occur. The Coming of the Third Reich is a masterwork of the historian’s art and the book by which all others on the subject will be judged.
Genre: Audiobook|History|Nazi Germany

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Download The Third Reich in Power by Richard J. Evans (.MP3)

The Third Reich in Power by Richard J. Evans (Read by Sean Pratt)
Requirements: MP3 Player, 31 hrs and 57 mins, 865.5 mb
Overview: The definitive account of Germany’s malign transformation under Hitler’s total rule and the implacable march to war. This magnificent second volume of Richard J. Evans’s three-volume history of Nazi Germany was hailed by Benjamin Schwartz of The Atlantic Monthly as "the definitive English-language account… gripping and precise." It chronicles the incredible story of Germany’s radical reshaping under Nazi rule. As those who were deemed unworthy to be counted among the German people were dealt with in increasingly brutal terms, Hitler’s drive to prepare Germany for the war that he saw as its destiny reached its fateful hour in September 1939.
Genre: Audiobook|History|Nazi Germany

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Download The Third Reich at War by Richard J. Evans (.MP3)

The Third Reich At War by Richard J. Evans (Read by Sean Pratt)
Requirements: MP3 Player, 35 hrs and 9 mins, 953.9 mb
Overview: The final volume in Richard J. Evans’s masterly trilogy on the history of Nazi Germany traces the rise and fall of German military might, the mobilization of a “people’s community” to serve a war of conquest, and Hitler’s campaign of racial subjugation and genocide. Already hailed as “a masterpiece” (William Grimes in The New York Times) and “the most comprehensive history… of the Third Reich” (Ian Kershaw), this epic trilogy reaches its terrifying climax in this volume. Evans interweaves a broad narrative of the war’s progress with viscerally affecting personal testimony from a wide range of people – from generals to front-line soldiers, from Hitler Youth activists to middle-class housewives. The Third Reich at War lays bare the dynamics of a nation more deeply immersed in war than any society before or since. Fresh insights into the conflict’s great events are here, from the invasion of Poland to the Battle of Stalingrad to Hitler’s suicide in the bunker. But just as important is the re-creation of the daily experience of ordinary Germans in wartime, staggering under pressure from Allied bombing and their own government’s mounting demands upon them. At the center of the book is the Nazi extermination of Europe’s Jews, set in the context of Hitler’s genocidal plans for the racial restructuring of Europe. Blending narrative, description, and analysis, The Third Reich at War creates an engrossing picture – at once sweeping and precise – of a society rushing headlong to self-destruction and taking much of Europe with it. It is the culmination of a historical masterwork that will remain the most authoritative work on Nazi Germany for years to come.
Genre: Audiobook|History|Nazi Germany

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Download The Economist: Audio Edition – 24/31 December 2016 (.MP3)

The Economist: Audio Edition Christmas Double Issue – 24/31 December 2016
Requirements: MP3 Player, 197 MB
Overview: The Economist is a global weekly magazine written for those who share an uncommon interest in being well and broadly informed. Each issue explores the close links between domestic and international issues, business, politics, finance, current affairs, science, technology and the arts.
Genre: Magazine / Audiobook

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Download Woman Breathed Two Worlds by Selina Siak Chin Yoke (.MP3)

The Woman Who Breathed Two Worlds by Selina Siak Chin Yoke (The Malayan Series 1) (Read by Christine Rendel)
Requirements: MP3 Player, 17 hrs and 43 mins, 428.1 mb
Overview: Facing challenges in an increasingly colonial world, Chye Hoon, a rebellious young girl, must learn to embrace her mixed Malayan-Chinese identity as a Nyonya – and her destiny as a cook, rather than following her first dream of attending school like her brother. Amidst the smells of chillies and garlic frying, Chye Hoon begins to appreciate the richness of her traditions, eventually marrying Wong Peng Choon, a Chinese man. Together, they have ten children. At last, she can pass on the stories she has heard – magical tales of men from the sea – and her warrior’s courage, along with her wonderful kueh (cakes). But the cultural shift towards the West has begun. Chye Hoon finds herself afraid of losing the heritage she so prizes as her children move more and more into the modernising Western world.
Genre: Audiobook|General Fiction

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Download The Whispering City by Sara Moliner (.MP3)

The Whispering City by Sara Moliner (Read by Roxanne Hernandez)
Requirements: MP3 Player, 14 hrs and 37 mins, 363.2 mb
Overview: Barcelona, 1952. General Franco’s fascist government is at the height of its oppressive powers, casting a black shadow across the city. When wealthy socialite Mariona Sobrerroca is found dead in her mansion in the exclusive Tibidabo district, the police scramble to seize control of the investigation. Ana Marti Noguer, an eager young journalist, is surprised to be assigned this important story, shadowing Inspector Isidro Castro. But Ana soon realizes that a bundle of strange letters unearthed at the scene point to a sequence of events dramatically different from the official version. She enlists the help of her cousin, Beatriz, a scholar, and what begins as an intriguing puzzle opens up a series of revelations that implicate the regime’s most influential figures. As the conspiracy unfolds, Ana’s courage and Beatriz’s wits will be their only weapons against the city’s corrupt and murderous elite.
Genre: Audiobook|Historical Thriller

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Download Shostakovich – His Life and Music by Robert Greenberg (.MP3)

Great Masters: Shostakovich – His Life and Music by Robert Greenberg (The Great Courses)
Requirements: MP3 Player, 6 hrs and 17 mins, 154 mb
Overview: Dmitri Shostakovich is without a doubt one of the central composers of the 20th century. His symphonies and string quartets are mainstays of the repertoire. But Shostakovich is also a figure whose story raises challenging and exciting issues that go far beyond music: they touch on questions of conscience, the moral role of the artist, the plight of humanity in the face of total war and mass oppression, and the inner life of history’s bloodiest century. And though he was not without flaws, he was a faithful witness to the survival of the human spirit under totalitarianism. And now you can discover the extraordinary life, times, and music of Shostakovich in a probing series of eight lectures from an acclaimed conductor, teacher, and music historian. Drawing on both the flood of declassified documents from the Soviet Union that began in 1991 and Shostakovich’s own extraordinarily frank posthumous reminiscences, Professor Greenberg shows how Shostakovich, who, in the words of a friend, "did not want to rot in a prison or a graveyard" was still unwilling to become a docile instrument of the Soviet regime. You’ll learn how what he would not say publicly in words, he instead said through his music – messages from a buried life of his experiences during the terror of Stalin, the Nazi destruction of his country, postwar reconstruction, and the arms race. In work after work, often composed under crushing difficulty and anxiety, you’ll hear how he used a brilliant arsenal of ironic conceits, musical quotes from un-Soviet sources such as American jazz or Jewish klezmer tunes, and other techniques to assert the integrity of his art in the face of totalitarian oppression, and to pay, as he said, "homage to the dead."
Genre: Audiobook|Educational|Lectures

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Download Stravinsky – His Life and Music by Robert Greenberg (.MP3)

Great Masters: Stravinsky – His Life and Music by Robert Greenberg (The Great Courses)
Requirements: MP3 Player, 6 hrs and 19 mins, 169 mb
Overview: Stravinsky composed what is arguably one of the two most important musical compositions of the twentieth century, The Rite of Spring. He forged a new "musical language" to portray the sense of the ballet’s primitive and earthy theme. More than a dozen excerpts of Stravinsky’s works are examined.
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