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  • Summer Snow : One Life Can Make A Difference

    $14.99

    Hallie Benson is a small girl with a very big heart. Whether baking cookies for a grumpy neighbor or selling toothbrushes to help a friend, Hallie always thinks of others. Unfortunately, her creative ways of helping people often leave her father Dan with a mess to clean up. Dan Benson struggles to keep it all together after his wife’s death. He doesn’t cook, do hair or know how to help his three children without his beautiful wife and her unshakable faith in God.

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  • Moon And Sixpence (Unabridged)

    $29.95

    7 Hours On 6 Cds

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    The Moon and Sixpence, one of Maugham’s best-known and loved novels, is a fictionalized biography of the artist Paul Gauguin. The stand-in character for Gauguin is Charles Strickland who deserts his wife and children to become a painter. In Paris, he is indifferent to the friendship offered by a fellow artist, Dirk Stroeve; but it is Stroeve and his wife Blanche who take Strickland in when he falls ill. Strickland again devastates those around him by running away with Blanche, who has fallen in love with him. In reality, he has no use for Blanche except as the model for a painting and upon the painting’s completion, abandons her as well. The Moon and Sixpence is one of Maugham’s most enduring character studies, it has been read and enjoyed for generations.

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  • Journey To The Center Of The Earth (Unabridged)

    $32.95

    8 Hours On 7 Cds

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    Professor Lindenbrock and his nephew Axel, the story’s narrator, on a quest to reach the very core of the earth, gain access to the interior by travelling north to cold and barren Iceland, where they enter the subterranean regions through the cone of the extinct volcano Sneffels. In their descent they must in effect read nature backwards as they pass through the strata of successively earlier and earlier periods, eventually finding themselves in a marvelous underground world filled with exotic plants and long extinct animals. Finally, they have a brief glimpse of a prehistoric man guarding a herd of mastodons.

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  • This Side Of Paradise (Unabridged)

    $34.95

    9 Hours On 8 Cds

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    Amory Blaine has been brought-up by a wealthy, idiosyncratic and alcoholic mother. Snobbish because he knows no better, he is uncomfortable with others and must learn the proper social etiquette and values that others his age already know. As he progresses to Princeton University from the Midwest, he experiences a series of flirtations with some predatory young women and a chance at friendship with some intellectual young men. His love-life culminates in a genuine but ill-fated love with a soul-mate who rejects him to marry a wealthier young man. This Side of Paradise was first published in 1920 and was considered daring and intellectual in its day. Its enormous popularity helped to launch young Fitzgerald’s career as a major writer.

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  • Man In The Iron Mask (Unabridged)

    $44.95

    16 Hours On 14 Cds

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    Deep inside the dreaded Bastille, a twenty-three-year-old prisoner called merely Philippe has languished for eight long, dark years. He does not know his real name or what crime he is supposed to have committed. But Aramis, one of the original Three Musketeers, has bribed his way into the cell to reveal the shocking secret that has kept Philippe locked away from the world. That carefully concealed truth could topple Louis XIV, king of France, which is exactly what Aramis is plotting to do! A daring jailbreak, a brilliant masquerade, and a terrifying fight for the throne may make Aramis betray his sacred vow, All for one, and one for all! In this concluding episode of the Three Musketeers saga, the actions of Aramis and the other Musketeers – Athos, Pothos, and the most dashing of them all, D’Artagnan – bring either honor or disgrace…and a horrifying punishment for the final loser in the battle royal.

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  • Silas Marner

    $29.95

    7 Hours On 6 Cds

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    The story of Silas Marner’s redemption and restoration, which is interwoven with the live of Eppie, Dolly Winthrop, Dunstan and Godfrey, is part beautifully realized portraiture of rural England and part fairy tale. Silas Marner has long been the most beloved and widely read book by George Eliot, the pen name for the 19th century English woman writer Marian Evans. Silas Marner is an amazing presentation of Eliot’s power to combine symbolic and realistic narrative. In the story of an isolated, misanthropic old weaver – whose life is forever changed by the appearance of a little girl (Eppie) in his cottage – Eliot created a compact, tightly structured, pleasingly patterned novel. The tale is one that endorses the common goodness of rural people, yet remains agnostic as to the ultimate cause of good and evil.

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  • Captains Courageous (Unabridged)

    $26.95

    5 Hours On 5 Cds

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    Young Harvey Cheyne is rich, spoiled, prejudiced, and totally lacking in the real experiences of life. When the fifteen-year-old is accidentally washed overboard a great ocean liner headed for Europe, he is picked up by a fisherman and brought aboard the fishing schooner We’re Here. Harvey’s stories of privilege and wealth mean nothing aboard this hard-working vessel, and the boy receives many lessons in self-reliance, values, and hard-bitten reality – things every man must know, blind, drunk, or asleep – in the words of Long Jack. Harvey, Long Jack, Tom Platt, Manuel, and many more great characters come alive in this rich retelling of life aboard the We’re Home.

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  • Persuasion (Unabridged)

    $34.95

    9 Hours On 8 Cds

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    Anne Elliot is a young woman of perfect breeding and unwavering integrity. Austen wrote of her, She is almost too good for me. Persuasion is the story of Anne and Captain Wentworth and their long awaited union. The world of country gentry in Regency England serves as a setting while portraying the many aspects of proper society – its failings and humor.

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