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A Quiet Place - Mondo #38 Zavvi Exclusive 4K Ul...
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Director John Krasinski’s sensationally gripping smash hit A QUIET PLACE arrives in a brand new, collectible Mondo X Steelbook 4K Ultra HD Combo. This Mondo X Steelbook collaboration #038 features exclusive artwork inspired by Matt Ryan Tobin’s atmospheric poster highlighting the film’s iconic red string lights. The Steelbook is accompanied by an acetate O-ring with the title and Mondo flash in red foil. The 4K Ultra HD Combo includes behind-the-scenes footage exploring the exceptionally unique sound design, the riveting visual effects, and how the cast and crew created the movie’s distinctive atmosphere both on set and on film. The Blu-ray in the 4K Ultra HD Combo includes over 30 minutes of bonus content: Creating the Quiet – Director John Krasinski gives you a behind the scenes look at A Quiet Place The Sound of Darkness – Creating the sound of a silent world A Reason for Silence – The art of unforgettable visual effects Relive the incredible tension and suspense of the original thriller before its highly anticipated sequel debuts in cinemas on March 20th. If they hear you, they hunt you. In this terrifying suspenseful thriller, a family must navigate their lives in silence to avoid mysterious creatures that hunt by sound. Knowing that even the slightest whisper or footstep can bring death, Evelyn (Emily Blunt) and Lee (John Krasinski) Abbott are determined to find a way to protect their children at all costs while they desperately search for a way to fight back.

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The Maybelline Prince: The Founder of DMK Trans...
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The 1970s were known for free love and experimentation. Few cared if you were gay, straight, bisexual or transgender. It was the era of "sex, drugs & rock 'n' roll". In the midst of all this appeared a woman who had turned the head of Al Capone, married into the famous Maybelline company, and possessed more than enough beauty, magnetism and allure to make men do most anything. When Evelyn F. Williams and her enigmatic young male companion arrived in Hot Springs, Arkansas, they took over the famous town in a whirlwind of lights, rock 'n' roll, cameras, beautiful people and a grand lifestyle. They created a media frenzy wherever they went - until jealousy and resentment led to stories of orgies, twisted sex, drugs, Mafia hits...and the mystery of the Maybelline Queen's fiery death, which some still call an unsolved murder. This is the uncut version of that high-living time written by the young man who lived it with Evelyn the man who was supposed to never be heard from again Danné Montague King, aka The Maybelline Prince, who went on to found a skincare dynasty of his own. Hobnobbing with decadent bluebloods, politicians, movie stars and social activists, Danné amassed a large and loyal following the world over. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dennis St. John. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/051962/bk_acx0_051962_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Lucian Divine , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 385min
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My guardian angel is a drunk. Evelyn Casey's life is at a standstill. She's in her mid-twenties, struggling with the dating scene in San Francisco. Nothing seems to be working out, and she's starting to think that she'll live out her days in her crummy apartment with her overbearing roommate, Brooklyn. It's absurd, but sometimes Evey longs for a guardian angel to show up and save the day. And then he does. Seriously. His name is Lucian and he's a guardian angel, been on the job for 2000 years. His sudden presence in her life is both good - he's brilliant, witty, and warm - and bad - he's brilliant, witty, warm, and hot. But as perfect as Lucian seems, he's got problems of his own. He's taken up drinking and he's brazenly inserted himself into Evey's life, going against the greatest cosmic law ever created. For Evey, the rules are simple: You are not allowed to hook up with your guardian angel. But sometimes fulfilling your destiny requires a leap of faith, a confrontation with God. Yes, God as in God. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kale Williams, Lisa Zimmerman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/077568/bk_acx0_077568_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Tara Tremendous: The Secret Diaries, Vol. 3, Hö...
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When Tara takes a trip back home to visit her mom and dad on a short break from Power University, her uppity Grandmother Evelyn unexpectedly drops by to see her - which is totally bad timing because Tara's secret powers are suddenly getting out of control! Meanwhile, Dr. Epic sets his sights on stealing Tara's power bracelet - but the evil doctor has a bigger challenge on his hand with the arrival of his Epic Mama. Created, written, and directed by award-winning television writer Stewart St John (Sabrina: The Animated Series, Seventeen Again) and produced by St John, Todd Fisher, and Michael Plahuta specifically for the audio format, Tara Tremendous: The Secret Diaries is based on St John's number one iTunes children and family podcast. The action-packed series follows the inspiring adventures of 11-year-old Tara Callahan, who goes from ordinary to extraordinary overnight when she accidentally acquires the powers of every superhero on Earth. Now Tara can tap in to any superhero power she wants - from Sir Alchemy to Silver Moth to Tremendous Man and Dina Dinosuarus - but first she's got to learn how to summon - and use - her newfound abilities! Through dialogue, sound effects, and music, listeners are introduced to the world of Tara Tremendous, where they'll discover a full-cast of characters, thrilling soundscapes, a heart-pounding music score, and fully produced original songs in an audio experience that elicits a visual mindscape and sparks the imagination of both kids and adults. Intended for ages six and up, volume 3 features three powerful new episodes and several show-stopping musical numbers including "Step Right Up", "Have You Heard?", "Mama Runs the Show" and "Can't Top Me" - composed and written by the off-Broadway musical team of series creator Stewart St John & Michael Plahuta. Get ready to experience the incredible story of one girl's journey to become the most powerful superhero in the wo 1. Language: English. Narrator: Wonkybot Studios. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/wonk/000003/bk_wonk_000003_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Journal of a Disappointed Man (eBook, ePUB)
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'A neglected classic.' - The New York Times 'Among the most moving diaries ever created.' - Ronald Blythe 'The 100-year-old multiple sclerosis diary that became a classic ... a furious, sometimes ecstatic, volatile little book.' - The Guardian The life of Bruce Frederick Cummings (1889-1919), who wrote under the name of W. N. P. Barbellion, was tragically curtailed by multiple sclerosis. The Journal of a Disappointed Man begins as an ambitious teenager's notes on the natural world, and then, following his diagnosis at the age of twenty-six, transforms into a deeply moving account of battling the disease. Barbellion's diary is full of humour and fierce intelligence, and combines a passion for life with clear-sighted reflections on the nature of death. The Journal of a Disappointed Man caused a sensation upon publication in 1919. Barbellion was often likened to diarists like Samuel Pepys and Denton Welch; proclaimed a literary equal to Franz Kafka and James Joyce; and belongs alongside the biographical pages of Charles Darwin, Evelyn Waugh and Katherine Mansfield. Published shortly before the author's death in 1919, The Journal of a Disappointed Man presents a remarkable memoir that addresses struggles with poverty, inadequate education, and the creeping paralysis of multiple sclerosis. Yet author W. N. P. Barbellion manages to write with uplifting eloquence and passion of his love for family, natural history, music, and literature. Told with a thoroughly modern voice, the unjustly overlooked Journal is reprinted here with a thoughtful Introduction by H. G. Wells, who writes of the book's "unpremeditated and exquisite beauty." 'In this diary of an intensely egotistical young naturalist, tragically caught by the creeping approach of death, we have one of the most moving records of the youthful aspects of our universal struggle ... unpremeditated and exquisite beauty.' - H.G Wells 'The Journal hit me like an explosion"- David Bradford, The Guardian 'If I had a friend who found life tedious, who was maybe even suicidal, and I had the power to make him or her read one book, it would be the soul-stirring diary of Wilhelm Nero Pilate Barbellion' - Noel Perrin 'This Journal is one of the great affirmations in our literature.' - The Washington Post 'The greatest diary a man has written' - Thomas Mallon 'Parallels with Kafka's Diaries having been drawn but Barbellion is more than honest: his introspection has that supercharged quality, often found in German and Russian, but very seldom in English, literature - at all events since understatement became a national characteristic.' - Edward Sackville-West About the authorW. N. P. Barbellion was the pseudonym of Bruce Frederick Cummings (1889-1919). He selected W. N. P. as the initials of three of 'the most wretched figures in history': Kaiser Wilhelm, Emperor Nero and Pontius Pilate. Barbellion was the name of his favourite pastry-shop on Gloucester Road. Cummings was a keen naturalist who worked in the Entomology Department of London's Natural History Museum. Upon attempting to enlist in the British Army during World War I, he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. The discovery of his disease intensified the tenor of his journal-keeping, and his frank and articulate reflections on coping with a fatal disease remain a powerful testament to his life and struggles.

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The Journal of a Disappointed Man
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'A neglected classic.' - The New York Times 'Among the most moving diaries ever created.' - Ronald Blythe 'The 100-year-old multiple sclerosis diary that became a classic ... a furious, sometimes ecstatic, volatile little book.' - The Guardian The life of Bruce Frederick Cummings (1889-1919), who wrote under the name of W. N. P. Barbellion, was tragically curtailed by multiple sclerosis. The Journal of a Disappointed Man begins as an ambitious teenager's notes on the natural world, and then, following his diagnosis at the age of twenty-six, transforms into a deeply moving account of battling the disease. Barbellion's diary is full of humour and fierce intelligence, and combines a passion for life with clear-sighted reflections on the nature of death. The Journal of a Disappointed Man caused a sensation upon publication in 1919. Barbellion was often likened to diarists like Samuel Pepys and Denton Welch; proclaimed a literary equal to Franz Kafka and James Joyce; and belongs alongside the biographical pages of Charles Darwin, Evelyn Waugh and Katherine Mansfield. Published shortly before the author's death in 1919, The Journal of a Disappointed Man presents a remarkable memoir that addresses struggles with poverty, inadequate education, and the creeping paralysis of multiple sclerosis. Yet author W. N. P. Barbellion manages to write with uplifting eloquence and passion of his love for family, natural history, music, and literature. Told with a thoroughly modern voice, the unjustly overlooked Journal is reprinted here with a thoughtful Introduction by H. G. Wells, who writes of the book's "unpremeditated and exquisite beauty." 'In this diary of an intensely egotistical young naturalist, tragically caught by the creeping approach of death, we have one of the most moving records of the youthful aspects of our universal struggle ... unpremeditated and exquisite beauty.' - H.G Wells 'The Journal hit me like an explosion"- David Bradford, The Guardian 'If I had a friend who found life tedious, who was maybe even suicidal, and I had the power to make him or her read one book, it would be the soul-stirring diary of Wilhelm Nero Pilate Barbellion' - Noel Perrin 'This Journal is one of the great affirmations in our literature.' - The Washington Post 'The greatest diary a man has written' - Thomas Mallon 'Parallels with Kafka's Diaries having been drawn but Barbellion is more than honest: his introspection has that supercharged quality, often found in German and Russian, but very seldom in English, literature - at all events since understatement became a national characteristic.' - Edward Sackville-West About the author W. N. P. Barbellion was the pseudonym of Bruce Frederick Cummings (1889-1919). He selected W. N. P. as the initials of three of 'the most wretched figures in history': Kaiser Wilhelm, Emperor Nero and Pontius Pilate. Barbellion was the name of his favourite pastry-shop on Gloucester Road. Cummings was a keen naturalist who worked in the Entomology Department of London's Natural History Museum. Upon attempting to enlist in the British Army during World War I, he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. The discovery of his disease intensified the tenor of his journal-keeping, and his frank and articulate reflections on coping with a fatal disease remain a powerful testament to his life and struggles.

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The Journal of a Disappointed Man (eBook, ePUB)
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'A neglected classic.' - The New York Times 'Among the most moving diaries ever created.' - Ronald Blythe 'The 100-year-old multiple sclerosis diary that became a classic ... a furious, sometimes ecstatic, volatile little book.' - The Guardian The life of Bruce Frederick Cummings (1889-1919), who wrote under the name of W. N. P. Barbellion, was tragically curtailed by multiple sclerosis. The Journal of a Disappointed Man begins as an ambitious teenager's notes on the natural world, and then, following his diagnosis at the age of twenty-six, transforms into a deeply moving account of battling the disease. Barbellion's diary is full of humour and fierce intelligence, and combines a passion for life with clear-sighted reflections on the nature of death. The Journal of a Disappointed Man caused a sensation upon publication in 1919. Barbellion was often likened to diarists like Samuel Pepys and Denton Welch; proclaimed a literary equal to Franz Kafka and James Joyce; and belongs alongside the biographical pages of Charles Darwin, Evelyn Waugh and Katherine Mansfield. Published shortly before the author's death in 1919, The Journal of a Disappointed Man presents a remarkable memoir that addresses struggles with poverty, inadequate education, and the creeping paralysis of multiple sclerosis. Yet author W. N. P. Barbellion manages to write with uplifting eloquence and passion of his love for family, natural history, music, and literature. Told with a thoroughly modern voice, the unjustly overlooked Journal is reprinted here with a thoughtful Introduction by H. G. Wells, who writes of the book's "unpremeditated and exquisite beauty." 'In this diary of an intensely egotistical young naturalist, tragically caught by the creeping approach of death, we have one of the most moving records of the youthful aspects of our universal struggle ... unpremeditated and exquisite beauty.' - H.G Wells 'The Journal hit me like an explosion"- David Bradford, The Guardian 'If I had a friend who found life tedious, who was maybe even suicidal, and I had the power to make him or her read one book, it would be the soul-stirring diary of Wilhelm Nero Pilate Barbellion' - Noel Perrin 'This Journal is one of the great affirmations in our literature.' - The Washington Post 'The greatest diary a man has written' - Thomas Mallon 'Parallels with Kafka's Diaries having been drawn but Barbellion is more than honest: his introspection has that supercharged quality, often found in German and Russian, but very seldom in English, literature - at all events since understatement became a national characteristic.' - Edward Sackville-West About the authorW. N. P. Barbellion was the pseudonym of Bruce Frederick Cummings (1889-1919). He selected W. N. P. as the initials of three of 'the most wretched figures in history': Kaiser Wilhelm, Emperor Nero and Pontius Pilate. Barbellion was the name of his favourite pastry-shop on Gloucester Road. Cummings was a keen naturalist who worked in the Entomology Department of London's Natural History Museum. Upon attempting to enlist in the British Army during World War I, he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. The discovery of his disease intensified the tenor of his journal-keeping, and his frank and articulate reflections on coping with a fatal disease remain a powerful testament to his life and struggles.

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The Journal of a Disappointed Man
18,51 € *
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'A neglected classic.' - The New York Times 'Among the most moving diaries ever created.' - Ronald Blythe 'The 100-year-old multiple sclerosis diary that became a classic ... a furious, sometimes ecstatic, volatile little book.' - The Guardian The life of Bruce Frederick Cummings (1889-1919), who wrote under the name of W. N. P. Barbellion, was tragically curtailed by multiple sclerosis. The Journal of a Disappointed Man begins as an ambitious teenager's notes on the natural world, and then, following his diagnosis at the age of twenty-six, transforms into a deeply moving account of battling the disease. Barbellion's diary is full of humour and fierce intelligence, and combines a passion for life with clear-sighted reflections on the nature of death. The Journal of a Disappointed Man caused a sensation upon publication in 1919. Barbellion was often likened to diarists like Samuel Pepys and Denton Welch; proclaimed a literary equal to Franz Kafka and James Joyce; and belongs alongside the biographical pages of Charles Darwin, Evelyn Waugh and Katherine Mansfield. Published shortly before the author's death in 1919, The Journal of a Disappointed Man presents a remarkable memoir that addresses struggles with poverty, inadequate education, and the creeping paralysis of multiple sclerosis. Yet author W. N. P. Barbellion manages to write with uplifting eloquence and passion of his love for family, natural history, music, and literature. Told with a thoroughly modern voice, the unjustly overlooked Journal is reprinted here with a thoughtful Introduction by H. G. Wells, who writes of the book's "unpremeditated and exquisite beauty." 'In this diary of an intensely egotistical young naturalist, tragically caught by the creeping approach of death, we have one of the most moving records of the youthful aspects of our universal struggle ... unpremeditated and exquisite beauty.' - H.G Wells 'The Journal hit me like an explosion"- David Bradford, The Guardian 'If I had a friend who found life tedious, who was maybe even suicidal, and I had the power to make him or her read one book, it would be the soul-stirring diary of Wilhelm Nero Pilate Barbellion' - Noel Perrin 'This Journal is one of the great affirmations in our literature.' - The Washington Post 'The greatest diary a man has written' - Thomas Mallon 'Parallels with Kafka's Diaries having been drawn but Barbellion is more than honest: his introspection has that supercharged quality, often found in German and Russian, but very seldom in English, literature - at all events since understatement became a national characteristic.' - Edward Sackville-West About the author W. N. P. Barbellion was the pseudonym of Bruce Frederick Cummings (1889-1919). He selected W. N. P. as the initials of three of 'the most wretched figures in history': Kaiser Wilhelm, Emperor Nero and Pontius Pilate. Barbellion was the name of his favourite pastry-shop on Gloucester Road. Cummings was a keen naturalist who worked in the Entomology Department of London's Natural History Museum. Upon attempting to enlist in the British Army during World War I, he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. The discovery of his disease intensified the tenor of his journal-keeping, and his frank and articulate reflections on coping with a fatal disease remain a powerful testament to his life and struggles.

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Hugh Griffiths, Baron Griffiths
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! William Hugh Griffiths, Baron Griffiths, known as Hugh Griffiths, PC, QC, MC (born 26 September 1923) is a British judge and barrister. The son of Sir Hugh Griffiths was educated at Charterhouse School and St John's College, Cambridge. During the Second World War he served in the Welsh Guards, receiving a Military Cross in 1944. Griffiths was called to the Bar, Inner Temple in 1949, and became a Queen's Counsel in 1964. From 1962 to 1964, he was Recorder of Margate, and from 1964 to 1970 of Cambridge. In 1971, Griffiths was knighted and was made Judge of the High Court of Justice, Queen's Bench Division, a post he held until 1980. Between 1980 and 1985, he was Lord Justice of Appeal, and between 1985 and 1993 Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, created additionally a life peer with the title Baron Griffiths, of Govilon, in the County of Gwent on his appointment. Griffiths has married three times: first Evelyn Krefting in 1949, and after her death in 1998 he married second Heather Renwick Brigstocke, the former High Mistress of St Paul's, on 22 January 2000. She was killed in a car accident in 2004.

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