An Army of One by Rush Limbaugh And More: Nonfiction Audio Books

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I Know I Am, But What Are You? Written and read by Samantha Bee. If you have watched The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, you may have seen Most Senior Correspondent Bee cover stories in the way that only she can.

In this collection of essays, Bee reveals her past jobs: working at a penis clinic and as an anime character in a children’s show.

She also talks about her childhood crush on Jesus and her brief teenage crime spree. I always love Bee on The Daily Show. I will definitely be listening to this.

Rush Limbaugh

An Army of One by Rush Limbaugh Audio BookRush Limbaugh is revealed in An Army of One, by Zev Chafets and narrated by Erik Synnestvedt. Chafets provides a very personal, in-depth look at the man who seems to revel in creating conflict. Personally, I can’t stand Limbaugh and don’t want to hear anything about his personal life.

Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, and Debbie Ford present The Shadow Effect, narrated by the authors. The Shadow Effect is a discussion of what obstacles stand between us and happiness. We must identify and embrace our shadows to prevent them from sabotaging our lives. With 3 experts presenting the information, this is sure to be an enlightening read. (Pun intended)

The Upside of Irrationality

The Upside of Irrationality: The Unexpected Benefits of Defying Logic at Work and at Home by Dan Ariely, narrated by Simon Jones is the follow-up to bestseller: Predictably Irrational. This book explores the effects, both positive and negative, of irrationality on our lives. The author provides insight into behaviors at work and at home that can be either motivating or destructive. The purpose of the material is to find ways to make better decisions and break negative patterns.

The Bible of Unspeakable Truths

Greg Gutfeld, conservative political pundit for Fox News, presents The Bible of Unspeakable Truths. Brace yourself for aggressive rants on politics, pop culture, and current events. Gutfeld is one of those love-him-or-hate-him kinds of people. Personally, I am not enamored of him, but I understand if you want to check out his book.

I have always been fascinated with Prohibition

Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition, written and read by Daniel Okrent is an interesting examination of the time when drinking alcohol was illegal. I have always been fascinated with Prohibition and the lengths that people went to to get alcohol. This might be an interesting read…

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