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Goddamned Freaky Monsters: The Tome of Bill, Bo...
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There are reasons we fear the night. Now he's trying to stop them. Three months have passed since the fateful encounter in New York City that ended with the disappearance of Bill Ryder - gamer, geek, and legendary vampire. Now he's back - reawakened halfway across the globe with no allies, clothing, or clue as to how he got there. The only thing he's certain of is that his captors plan to use him for their own nefarious ends and don't care how much blood they spill in the process. Escape might be the least of his worries, though. Civilization teeters on the brink of chaos. Mythical beasts, once thought the stuff of fantasy, are breaking through the veil, intent on waging war against mankind. At their forefront stands an ancient evil, the last remnant of a people thought long dead, and it's about to cut a swath of destruction through the world not seen since biblical times. Bill's only chance is to reclaim his life, reconcile with his friends, and muster every bit of attitude he can - because if he fails, Hell on Earth will become far more than just a corny saying. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Christopher John Fetherolf. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/021410/bk_acx0_021410_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 01.06.2020
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Eight Keys to Greatness
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What motivated a man trained in theology to uncover the theory of evolution? How did a shop owner's daughter become Prime Minister of a very chauvinistic nation? How did a man with a severe hearing problem invent the phonograph and the first sound movie camera? What prompted an 8th-grade dropout to unravel the technical mysteries of the catalytic engine? And why did somebody who 'could not write' turn into one of the most prolific and successful authors of our time? Luck, personal attributes, freaky experiences, timing, and a myriad of other factors can contribute to reaching the very top. But Dr. Gene N. Landrum expertly argues that 'talent is not nearly as important as indomitable will, IQ is not as important as a positive attitude, an Ivy League education is not as important as an inquisitive and imaginative mind, and money is not important at all.' The 'greats' have eight key behavioral traits critical to their success. Eight Keys to Greatness selects six diverse disciplines and those who achieved within them-the arts (Agatha Christie and Ernest Hemingway); business (Bill Gates and Helena Rubinstein); humanities (Mother Teresa and Martin Luther King Jr.); politics (Catherine the Great and Mao Tse-tung); science (Albert Einstein and Marie Curie); and sports (Michael Jordan and Babe Didrickson Zaharias)-to show that charisma, competitiveness, confidence, drive, intuition, rebellion, risk-taking, and tenacity led these celebrities to the top. Landrum includes biographical commentary on twenty-eight other visionaries, including Darwin, Marx, Twain, Freud, Edison, Margaret Mead, Walt Disney, Stephen King, Ted Turner, and Anne Rice, to back his findings drawn from hundreds of biographies, autobiographies, and related research. Are you capable of greatness? Yes, Landrum says, 'as long as you have slightly above average ability to grasp new concepts and have the internal will to pursue your dreams.' Eight Keys to Greatness inspires readers to learn by example.

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Eight Keys to Greatness
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What motivated a man trained in theology to uncover the theory of evolution? How did a shop owner's daughter become Prime Minister of a very chauvinistic nation? How did a man with a severe hearing problem invent the phonograph and the first sound movie camera? What prompted an 8th-grade dropout to unravel the technical mysteries of the catalytic engine? And why did somebody who 'could not write' turn into one of the most prolific and successful authors of our time? Luck, personal attributes, freaky experiences, timing, and a myriad of other factors can contribute to reaching the very top. But Dr. Gene N. Landrum expertly argues that 'talent is not nearly as important as indomitable will, IQ is not as important as a positive attitude, an Ivy League education is not as important as an inquisitive and imaginative mind, and money is not important at all.' The 'greats' have eight key behavioral traits critical to their success. Eight Keys to Greatness selects six diverse disciplines and those who achieved within them-the arts (Agatha Christie and Ernest Hemingway); business (Bill Gates and Helena Rubinstein); humanities (Mother Teresa and Martin Luther King Jr.); politics (Catherine the Great and Mao Tse-tung); science (Albert Einstein and Marie Curie); and sports (Michael Jordan and Babe Didrickson Zaharias)-to show that charisma, competitiveness, confidence, drive, intuition, rebellion, risk-taking, and tenacity led these celebrities to the top. Landrum includes biographical commentary on twenty-eight other visionaries, including Darwin, Marx, Twain, Freud, Edison, Margaret Mead, Walt Disney, Stephen King, Ted Turner, and Anne Rice, to back his findings drawn from hundreds of biographies, autobiographies, and related research. Are you capable of greatness? Yes, Landrum says, 'as long as you have slightly above average ability to grasp new concepts and have the internal will to pursue your dreams.' Eight Keys to Greatness inspires readers to learn by example.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 01.06.2020
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