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Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves
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Der gerissene Dieb kehrt zurück - und er will euch in seinem Team! Schließt euch Slys Gang an und führt den perfekten Raubüberfall durch - im derzeit diebischsten auf dem Markt erhältlichen Action-Adventure. Alte Freunde und neue Gesichter sind wieder mit im Getümmel dabei ? spielt als der geist-verzerrende Shaman oder als die verführerische, Strahlenkanonen-schwingende Carmelita Fox. Neue technische Spielzeuge, Fahrzeuge, Minispiele und Moves machen Slys aktuelles Spiel zum bisher Besten. Ein brandneuer Split-Screen-Multiplayer-Modus ermöglicht es anderen Spielern sogar, mit einzusteigen - im Kooperativ- oder Head-to-Head-Modus.

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Stand: 18.02.2020
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The Serpent Prince , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 705min
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When the devil meets an angel... Country bred Lucy Craddock-Hayes is content with her quiet life, until the day she trips over an unconscious man - a naked unconscious man - and loses her innocence forever. ...he can take her to heaven... Viscount Simon Iddesleigh was nearly beaten to death by his enemies. Now he's hell-bent on vengeance. But as Lucy nurses him back to health, her honesty startles his jaded sensibilities - even as it ignites a desire that threatens to consume them both. ...or to hell. Charmed by Simon's sly wit, urbane manners, and even his red-heeled shoes, Lucy falls hard and fast for him. Yet as his honor keeps him from ravishing her, his revenge sends his attackers to her door. As Simon wages war on his foes, Lucy wages her own war for his soul, using the only weapon she has: her love. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Moira Quirk. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hach/001144/bk_hach_001144_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 18.02.2020
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The Wandering Harlot: The Marie Series, Book 1 ...
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In 1410 in Constance, Germany, the beautiful Marie Schärer's luxurious life as a merchant's daughter is destroyed when her ambitious father arranges her marriage to a lawyer from the Black Forest named Rupert Splendidus. Her childhood sweetheart warns her of the attorney's sly character and is tragically proven right the day before the wedding, when Rupert accuses Marie of unimaginable behavior and has her thrown into a dank dungeon, where she is brutally attacked by his henchmen. Unfairly condemned and banished from her home, Marie is forced to become a wandering prostitute to survive. The clever and kind Hiltrud befriends Marie, and the strong-minded pair sets out on spirited adventures - bedding counts, meeting scoundrels, and tricking foes - as Marie plots the ultimate revenge on the men who stole her honor and her family's fortune. Set against a richly detailed historical backdrop, this is the dramatic tale of one woman's quest for vengeance, redemption, and real love. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kate Rudd. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/006183/bk_brll_006183_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 18.02.2020
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I Will Take the Answer (eBook, ePUB)
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A moving and wide-ranging collection of essays by the author of Letter to a Future LoverThe idea of connection permeates I Will Take the Answer, Ander Monson's fourth book of utterly original and intelligent essays. How is our present connected to our past and future? How do neural connections form memories, and why do we recall them when we do? And how do we connect with one another in meaningful ways across time and space?In the opening essay, which extends across the book in brief subsequent pieces, a trip through a storm sewer in Tucson inspires Monson to trace the city's relationship to Jared Lee Loughner, the gunman who shot Gabrielle Giffords and killed six bystanders, along with how violence is produced and how we grieve and honor the dead. With the formally inventive "I in River," he ruminates on water in a waterless city and the structures we use to attempt to contain and control it. Monson also visits the exuberantly nerdy kingdom of a Renaissance Faire, and elaborates on the enduring appeal of sad songs through the lens of March Sadness, an online competition that he cofounded, an engaging riff on the NCAA basketball tournament brackets in which sad songs replace teams.As personal and idiosyncratic as the best mixtape, I Will Take the Answer showcases Monson's deep thinking and broad-ranging interests, his sly wit, his soft spot for heavy metal, and his ability to tunnel deeply into the odd and revealing, sometimes subterranean, worlds of American life.

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Stand: 18.02.2020
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I Will Take the Answer (eBook, ePUB)
7,99 € *
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A moving and wide-ranging collection of essays by the author of Letter to a Future LoverThe idea of connection permeates I Will Take the Answer, Ander Monson's fourth book of utterly original and intelligent essays. How is our present connected to our past and future? How do neural connections form memories, and why do we recall them when we do? And how do we connect with one another in meaningful ways across time and space?In the opening essay, which extends across the book in brief subsequent pieces, a trip through a storm sewer in Tucson inspires Monson to trace the city's relationship to Jared Lee Loughner, the gunman who shot Gabrielle Giffords and killed six bystanders, along with how violence is produced and how we grieve and honor the dead. With the formally inventive "I in River," he ruminates on water in a waterless city and the structures we use to attempt to contain and control it. Monson also visits the exuberantly nerdy kingdom of a Renaissance Faire, and elaborates on the enduring appeal of sad songs through the lens of March Sadness, an online competition that he cofounded, an engaging riff on the NCAA basketball tournament brackets in which sad songs replace teams.As personal and idiosyncratic as the best mixtape, I Will Take the Answer showcases Monson's deep thinking and broad-ranging interests, his sly wit, his soft spot for heavy metal, and his ability to tunnel deeply into the odd and revealing, sometimes subterranean, worlds of American life.

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Stand: 18.02.2020
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The Three Musketeers
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In March of 1844, the Parisian paper The Century began publishing installments of a new tale by France's favorite author, Alexandre Dumas. Week after week readers thrilled to the adventures of the brave and clever d'Artagnan and his loyal comrades. Collected for book publication at the end of that year, and quickly translated into a dozen languages, The Three Musketeers was a worldwide sensation-nowhere more so than in the United States. Citizens of the brash new republic recognized kindred spirits in the bold musketeers, and the book and its sequels found an eager American readership. The novel's fast-moving story is set in the royal court of Louis XIII, where the swaggering King's Musketeers square off against their rivals: the crimson-clad Guards of the dreaded Cardinal Richelieu. The Red Duke rules France with an iron hand in the name of King Louis-and of Queen Anne, who dares a secret love affair with France's enemy, England's Duke of Buckingham. Into this royal intrigue leaps the brash d'Artagnan, a young swordsman from the provinces determined to find fame and fortune in Paris. Bold and clever, in no time the youth finds himself up to his Gascon neck in adventure, while earning the enduring friendship of the greatest comrades in literature, the Three Musketeers: noble Athos, sly Aramis, and the giant, good-hearted Porthos. Now from Lawrence Ellsworth, acclaimed translator of The Red Sphinx, comes a new rendition of The Three Musketeers for a new century, one that captures anew the excitement, humor, and spirit of Alexandre Dumas's greatest novel of historical adventure. Whether you're meeting the musketeers for the first time or discovering them all over again, it's all for one, one for all, in this timeless tale of honor and glory, the flash of dark eyes, and the clash of bright steel.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 18.02.2020
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The Three Musketeers
23,99 € *
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In March of 1844, the Parisian paper The Century began publishing installments of a new tale by France's favorite author, Alexandre Dumas. Week after week readers thrilled to the adventures of the brave and clever d'Artagnan and his loyal comrades. Collected for book publication at the end of that year, and quickly translated into a dozen languages, The Three Musketeers was a worldwide sensation-nowhere more so than in the United States. Citizens of the brash new republic recognized kindred spirits in the bold musketeers, and the book and its sequels found an eager American readership. The novel's fast-moving story is set in the royal court of Louis XIII, where the swaggering King's Musketeers square off against their rivals: the crimson-clad Guards of the dreaded Cardinal Richelieu. The Red Duke rules France with an iron hand in the name of King Louis-and of Queen Anne, who dares a secret love affair with France's enemy, England's Duke of Buckingham. Into this royal intrigue leaps the brash d'Artagnan, a young swordsman from the provinces determined to find fame and fortune in Paris. Bold and clever, in no time the youth finds himself up to his Gascon neck in adventure, while earning the enduring friendship of the greatest comrades in literature, the Three Musketeers: noble Athos, sly Aramis, and the giant, good-hearted Porthos. Now from Lawrence Ellsworth, acclaimed translator of The Red Sphinx, comes a new rendition of The Three Musketeers for a new century, one that captures anew the excitement, humor, and spirit of Alexandre Dumas's greatest novel of historical adventure. Whether you're meeting the musketeers for the first time or discovering them all over again, it's all for one, one for all, in this timeless tale of honor and glory, the flash of dark eyes, and the clash of bright steel.

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Stand: 18.02.2020
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The Amazing Adventures of Melissa Bee , Hörbuch...
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We are delighted to present this audio production of The Amazing Adventures of Melissa Bee. As you listen, we invite you to read along with our award-winning illustrated book, which is a gold medal winner in the Moonbeam Children's Book Awards, a gold medal winner in the Best Book Awards for Children's Educational, and a gold medal winner in The Wishing Shelf Book Awards, among others.Welcome to the magical world of bees! Melissa, a newborn bee, explores her cozy home and learns about the hive with her sisters, brothers, and their beloved queen. Everyone does their part with love in oneness. When she is old enough, Melissa summons her courage and ventures out into the big world, dancing with flowers and making new friends as she revels in pollen collection for her family. When the hive becomes too crowded, the queen honors Melissa by asking her to be a scout to help find a new home. While following Melissa's adventures, listeners begin to understand how bees cooperate and co-create, care for babies and the queen, find nectar and pollen, communicate, make honey, and protect themselves. This book richly weaves story and songs into a tapestry of joy, wonder, and appreciation for the ancient lineage and loving service of the honey bees as they nurture, honor, and celebrate life.  Narration by the author, Aimee Lissantheia. Audio Production by Mark Sly Frame Drumming and Vocals by Miranda Rondeau. Flutes by Sunny SolWind. Bee Songs by Aimee Lissantheia and Lisa LaBella. Introduction and closing by Lisa LaBella. Cover art by Tim Lukowiak. Honey bee hums by the bee hives on Aimee's land. With abundant appreciation to all who supported the creation of the original story, and bountiful blessings for the bees. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Aimee Lissantheia. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/135209/bk_acx0_135209_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 18.02.2020
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The Hustons , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 2263min
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When John Huston died at 81 on August 28, 1987, America lost a towering figure in movie history. The director of such classic films as The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, The African Queen, The Maltese Falcon, Prizzi's Honor, and The Dead, John Huston evoked passionate responses from everyone he encountered. He was at the center of a dynasty, with three generations of Oscar winners (Walter, John and Anjelica). Now, for the first time as an audiobook, the complete story of this remarkable family is told in The Hustons by Lawrence Grobel. The book chronicles the family's history - from Walter's days on the vaudeville circuit and his later fame on Broadway, through John's meteoric rise, to Anjelica's emergence as a great actress in film today. Grobel interviewed John Huston for over 100 hours and conducted 200 interviews with John's four children, three of his five wives, many of his mistresses, producers, writers, technicians, and a number of celebrities who rarely grant interviews. J.P. Donleavy named The Hustons the best book of the year when it was published. James A. Michener dubbed it a "Masterpiece." Kirkus called it "Spellbinding." Larry King thought it, "Biography writing at its absolute best." Frederick Raphael wrote, "The Hustons is a delicious, wicked guide to the delicious, wicked life of a sly, sadistic scoundrel who was equaled only by Byron in the sentimental cynicism and fecund carelessness with which he played the world's game." Alyn Brodsky in The Miami Herald called it, "An engrossing study in family dynamics… Marvelous… This is one of the best biographies of a Hollywood personality since - actually, I can't recall since when." And the Hollywood Reporter said it "Reads like a gutsy movie that might have been made by Huston himself." 1. Language: English. Narrator: David Drummond. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/017793/bk_adbl_017793_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 18.02.2020
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