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Diary of a Mad Diva , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 410min
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Winner of the 2015 Grammy for Best Spoken Word Album Following up the phenomenal success of her headline-making New York Times bestseller I Hate Everyone...Starting With Me, the unstoppable Joan Rivers is at it again. When her daughter Melissa gives her a diary for Christmas, at first Joan is horrified - who the hell does Melissa think she is? That fat pig, Bridget Jones? But as Joan, being both beautiful and introspective, begins to record her day-to-day musings, she realizes she has a lot to say. About everything. And everyone, God help them. The result? A no-holds-barred, delightfully vicious and always hilarious look at the everyday life of the ultimate diva. Follow Joan on a family vacation in Mexico and on trips between New York and Los Angeles where she mingles with the stars, never missing a beat as she delivers blistering critiques on current events, and excoriating insights about life, pop culture, and celebrities (from A to D list), all in her relentlessly funny signature style. This is the Diary of a Mad Diva. Forget about Anais Nin, Anne Frank, and that whiner Sylvia Plath. For the first time in a century, a diary by someone that’s actually worth reading. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Joan Rivers. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/peng/002377/bk_peng_002377_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 27.09.2020
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Someone Worth Saving , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 491min
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Wyoming? Kill me now. Reed: I've spent my whole life causing trouble for my parents, but this time I went too far. After the scandal I caused nearly ruined my mom's political career, they decided to do something drastic - and that's how I ended up in on a ranch in Ely, Wyoming, a zillion miles from civilization. But it's not like I care that I have no friends, my family despises me, and I totally ruined my life in a really public way. And I definitely don't cry myself to sleep every night. The good news? The ranch hand, Brady, is super hot. I mean, I only want to get him in bed to prove I can. So what if he's the first person who's ever been really kind to me? So what if, behind his stoic cowboy act, he's unbelievably considerate and thoughtful and so totally wonderful. I just want to sleep with him - it's not like I have a crush on him or anything. The bad news? I think he hates me. Brady: Life on the ranch is quiet and simple, and that's the way I like it. But then Reed comes along - blond and bratty and completely out of control - and suddenly I can't get a moment's peace. When he's not busy accidentally destroying something, he's hitting on me or throwing a tantrum. Good thing he's only here for a year. When Reed's not being a diva, he's insightful and clever and shockingly sweet - and, yes, I suppose I think he's gorgeous. But after all the loss and heartache in my life, I'm afraid to risk loving someone, only to lose them all over again. Something about Reed's vulnerability, though, is making me open up. Reed's someone worth saving...and maybe I am, too. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sean Crisden. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/111967/bk_acx0_111967_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 27.09.2020
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Danielle Goes Wild (Danielle Diva Dog, #4)
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Wow! Already we're at Book 4 of the Danielle Diva Dog series, Danielle Goes Wild.  My writer Rebecca says there's no such thing as writer's block, so she's good for at least a dozen more books. Books about me! Danielle Diva Dog! Beautiful Standard Poodle, apricot in color, always searching for love the way beautiful girls do. But I haven't found that special someone, have I? Rebecca says, Look on the bright side. It could have been worse. I could have been mated with a Great Dane. But my human, Jeffrey, would never sign me up for a dog like that because he loves me a lot. I think. Anyway, he showed his love this past summer by signing me up for something else: doggie camp. You didn't know they had camps just for dogs? Believe me. They do. * When we moved up to Boston last winter, Jeffrey told me I'd probably like Boston a lot because there is no place like it. You can say that again. At first, I didn't believe him and I was homesick for our glam life in New York. But nothing lasts forever, does it? So here we are in Boston, and guess what? I do like it. Love it, in fact. For starters, I have a lot of new friends at our dog park in the South End. First came Siggy, short for Sigmund. He is a handsome, brilliant, white English Bull Terrier like the famous T****t dog. You know the one I mean. Siggy thinks he should have been that dog, but he wasn't. Siggy's human is a  psychiatrist, so Siggy knows a lot about humans and a lot about dogs, too. He knows a ton of stuff about everything. He quickly informed me about the crucial facts of life in Boston. (If you want to read about all this in detail, it's in Rebecca's first book about me, Danielle Diva Dog.) First off, he said, I must never, ever admit I don't know what, or who, the Red Sox are. I need to tell everyone I'm a big fan. Otherwise, he said, no one would want to be my friend. Next, he told me about the difference between life in New York and life up here in Boston. In New York, he said, it's what you have. In Boston, it's what you know. Isn't that neat? Not sure I agree with him, though, because Jeffrey and I knew some pretty smart people in New York, but never mind. Siggy was trying to be helpful, and I appreciated that. Soon I met Rex, a German Shepherd, and Ramona, a Basset Hound, and Buddy, a dog of no pedigree who arrived one day with his homeless human. I went for a charity swim in Boston Harbor on New Year's Day (really!) and I went on a march to save our dog park from a developer. I went to Cleo's wedding, some of which I don't remember because I was sort of swept off my paws by a handsome dog whose name escapes me. As you can see, life up here in Boston got to be really interesting and fun, and so when Jeffrey told me I was going to go to summer camp and have a good time, I believed him. Silly me. I mean, it wasn't just that the food wasn't so great, and you burned your mouth on the toasted marshmallows, and you had bugs in your bed and your fur. And it wasn't just that when you went for a Nature Walk you met up with critters like porcupines who to put it mildly were not friendly. Repeat not. And when you get to the part where I'm kidnapped, don't worry. It all turns out fine in the end. Have I just committed what they call a 'spoiler alert'?  Anyway, at the end of the book—well, you'll see. I come back to Boston. And in Boston, every day can be a surprise...and a lot of fun

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 27.09.2020
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Danielle Goes Wild (Danielle Diva Dog, #4)
2,99 € *
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Wow! Already we're at Book 4 of the Danielle Diva Dog series, Danielle Goes Wild.  My writer Rebecca says there's no such thing as writer's block, so she's good for at least a dozen more books. Books about me! Danielle Diva Dog! Beautiful Standard Poodle, apricot in color, always searching for love the way beautiful girls do. But I haven't found that special someone, have I? Rebecca says, Look on the bright side. It could have been worse. I could have been mated with a Great Dane. But my human, Jeffrey, would never sign me up for a dog like that because he loves me a lot. I think. Anyway, he showed his love this past summer by signing me up for something else: doggie camp. You didn't know they had camps just for dogs? Believe me. They do. * When we moved up to Boston last winter, Jeffrey told me I'd probably like Boston a lot because there is no place like it. You can say that again. At first, I didn't believe him and I was homesick for our glam life in New York. But nothing lasts forever, does it? So here we are in Boston, and guess what? I do like it. Love it, in fact. For starters, I have a lot of new friends at our dog park in the South End. First came Siggy, short for Sigmund. He is a handsome, brilliant, white English Bull Terrier like the famous T****t dog. You know the one I mean. Siggy thinks he should have been that dog, but he wasn't. Siggy's human is a  psychiatrist, so Siggy knows a lot about humans and a lot about dogs, too. He knows a ton of stuff about everything. He quickly informed me about the crucial facts of life in Boston. (If you want to read about all this in detail, it's in Rebecca's first book about me, Danielle Diva Dog.) First off, he said, I must never, ever admit I don't know what, or who, the Red Sox are. I need to tell everyone I'm a big fan. Otherwise, he said, no one would want to be my friend. Next, he told me about the difference between life in New York and life up here in Boston. In New York, he said, it's what you have. In Boston, it's what you know. Isn't that neat? Not sure I agree with him, though, because Jeffrey and I knew some pretty smart people in New York, but never mind. Siggy was trying to be helpful, and I appreciated that. Soon I met Rex, a German Shepherd, and Ramona, a Basset Hound, and Buddy, a dog of no pedigree who arrived one day with his homeless human. I went for a charity swim in Boston Harbor on New Year's Day (really!) and I went on a march to save our dog park from a developer. I went to Cleo's wedding, some of which I don't remember because I was sort of swept off my paws by a handsome dog whose name escapes me. As you can see, life up here in Boston got to be really interesting and fun, and so when Jeffrey told me I was going to go to summer camp and have a good time, I believed him. Silly me. I mean, it wasn't just that the food wasn't so great, and you burned your mouth on the toasted marshmallows, and you had bugs in your bed and your fur. And it wasn't just that when you went for a Nature Walk you met up with critters like porcupines who to put it mildly were not friendly. Repeat not. And when you get to the part where I'm kidnapped, don't worry. It all turns out fine in the end. Have I just committed what they call a 'spoiler alert'?  Anyway, at the end of the book—well, you'll see. I come back to Boston. And in Boston, every day can be a surprise...and a lot of fun

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 27.09.2020
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