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- A Biography of Attlee
- By: John Bew
- Narrated by: Roger Davis
- Length: 26 hrs and 45 mins
Clement Attlee was the Labour prime minister who presided over Britain's radical postwar government, delivering the end of the empire in India, the foundation of the NHS and Britain's place in NATO. Called 'a sheep in sheep's clothing', his reputation has long been that of an unassuming character in the shadow of Churchill. But as John Bew's revelatory biography shows, Attlee was not only a hero of his age but an emblem of it, and his life tells the story of how Britain changed over the 20th century.
- By michael Billington on 11-09-17
long and dull in places, but worth reading to the
long and a dull in places, but worth reading to the very end.
- A Novel
- By: Bill Beverly
- Narrated by: J. D. Jackson
- Length: 10 hrs and 17 mins
Dodgers is the story of a young man named East who works for an LA drug gang, sent by his uncle along with some other teenage boys - including East's hotheaded younger brother - to kill a witness connected to a major case, who is hiding out in Wisconsin. The journey takes East out of a city he's never left and into an America that is entirely alien to him, and over the course of his journey the book brings in elements from a diverse array of genres, ranging from crime fiction to road narrative to coming-of-age novel.
- By shaun simon on 08-11-16
very very grim.
very very grim. an early teens boy forced to
grow up too quickly after a murder