Victoria and the Nightingale by Susan Barrie

Victoria and the Nightingale by Susan Barrie
Victoria and the Nightingale by Susan Barrie
English | MP3@192 kbps | 4h 29m | 369.6 MB
Victoria survives a car accident along with her employer's son and begins to care for the boy, who is now fatherless. Sir Peter kindly enough provides the two with a place to stay. Yet Sir Peter's fiancée who also inhabits the place is far from kind towards Victoria, whose feelings for the man of the house slowly begin to deepen. How can Victoria maintain this new-found stability in her life and the affections of Sir Peter over this vicious other woman? The romantic novel mapping out a dramatic love tale dates back to the 20th century and was written under one of Ida Pollock's pseudonyms, Susan Barrie.A must-read for fans of literary romance and surprising twists of fate.

Thich Nhat Hanh 37 Motivational and Life-Changing Lessons from Thich Nhat Hanh by Christine Jay

Thich Nhat Hanh 37 Motivational and Life-Changing Lessons from Thich Nhat Hanh by Christine Jay
Thich Nhat Hanh: 37 Motivational and Life-Changing Lessons from Thich Nhat Hanh by Christine Jay
English | MP3@192 kbps | 33 min | 45.8 MB
37 Motivational and Life-Changing Lessons from Thich Nhat HanhThich Nhat Hanh is a global spiritual leader, peace activist, poet, and the author of over 100 books. He is what Martin Luther King called, an apostle of peace and non-violence. He is the pioneer who brought Buddhism to the West. His key teachings are through mindfulness and how to live happily in the present.This eBook will introduce you to the Zen master who has inspired many to live in the present without regretting the past or worrying about the future. He is the epitome of peace. This audiobook will guide and inspire through the life changing lessons from Thich Nhat Hanh.

The Teacher from Mars by Eando Binder

The Teacher from Mars by Eando Binder
The Teacher from Mars by Eando Binder
English | MP3@192 kbps | 42 min | 58.0 MB
"The Teacher from Mars" became an instant classic when it was published in the February 1941 issue of the classic pulp magazine,Thrilling Wonder Stories. It concerns a Martian who comes to Earth as a teacher, experiencing-in the wake of a devastating war-racism and intolerance. Told from the first person viewpoint of an alien, it was unusual for its time, and Eando Binder (the pseudonym of Otto O. Binder) selected it as his best work for the 1954 anthology,My Best Scieince Fiction Story.