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Gunning for Greatness: My Life: With an Introdu...
9,95 € *
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Mesut Ozil is a midfield magician, casting an elegant spell over opponents and conjuring passes through gaps lesser mortals can't even see. After an eventful sojourn among the Galacticos of Real Madrid, he has savoured silverware at Arsenal, while in 2014 he lifted the World Cup with Germany. But his life and career have been a test of resilience. Growing up in Germany's Turkish community, he faced prejudice from those who claimed his dual identity would prevent him giving his all for the national team. Later came questions over a different type of commitment, the kind levelled against those, like Mesut Ozil, who excel in football's finer arts rather than relying simply on running and ruggedness. He has proved concerns on both these issues lack substance. In Gunning for Greatness, Mesut Ozil reveals the inside stories of his relationships with Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger, his quest to help the under-fire Frenchman restore Arsenal's preeminence - and how he silenced the sceptics by conquering the world. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Rich Keeble. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hodd/001183/bk_hodd_001183_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 22.02.2020
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Captain Cobbler
65,90 CHF *
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A tumultuous year... It is 1536, and the kingdom of Henry VIII is in turmoil. King Henry's first wife, Catherine and his bastard son, Henry Fitzroy, have died suspiciously. Henry's second wife, Anne Boleyn, has been executed, and he has married his third wife, Jane Seymour, only a fortnight later. Meanwhile, Chancellor Lord Cromwell is dissolving monasteries and abbeys, trampling religious traditions, and unsettling the community. Rumours are circulating that Cromwell is about to steal the Church silverware as well, and Nicholas Melton-a shoemaker from the town of Louth-and his friends decide they have had enough. Determined to protect the people's treasure from royal coffers, Melton and his friends take the keys of the church of Saint James from its reluctant churchwardens. After they secure the building and lock away the town's treasure to keep it safe, their protest quickly gets out of hand, disturbing the peace of the kingdom. Rather than listen to his subjects, King Henry behaves like a tyrant, threatening them with condign punishment. So, the simple act of protecting community treasure turns into a widespread rebellion as Melton, now known throughout the land as Captain Cobbler, risks everything... Captain Cobbler shares the tale of a Lincolnshire shoemaker as he matures from boyhood to adulthood, and now challenges the might of a tyrant king.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 22.02.2020
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Captain Cobbler
83,90 CHF *
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A tumultuous year... It is 1536, and the kingdom of Henry VIII is in turmoil. King Henry's first wife, Catherine and his bastard son, Henry Fitzroy, have died suspiciously. Henry's second wife, Anne Boleyn, has been executed, and he has married his third wife, Jane Seymour, only a fortnight later. Meanwhile, Chancellor Lord Cromwell is dissolving monasteries and abbeys, trampling religious traditions, and unsettling the community. Rumours are circulating that Cromwell is about to steal the Church silverware as well, and Nicholas Melton-a shoemaker from the town of Louth-and his friends decide they have had enough. Determined to protect the people's treasure from royal coffers, Melton and his friends take the keys of the church of Saint James from its reluctant churchwardens. After they secure the building and lock away the town's treasure to keep it safe, their protest quickly gets out of hand, disturbing the peace of the kingdom. Rather than listen to his subjects, King Henry behaves like a tyrant, threatening them with condign punishment. So, the simple act of protecting community treasure turns into a widespread rebellion as Melton, now known throughout the land as Captain Cobbler, risks everything... Captain Cobbler shares the tale of a Lincolnshire shoemaker as he matures from boyhood to adulthood, and now challenges the might of a tyrant king.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 22.02.2020
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Bristol
22,90 CHF *
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Bristol was originally a tightly held and uninhabited portion of Farmington and was known in its early days as the West Woods. Settlers did not arrive until the 1720s and, after building their small community, they sought and received status as the New Cambridge Parish in 1742. Their numbers continued to grow and, by 1785, the community joined neighboring West Britain Parish in separating from Farmington and becoming the town of Bristol. Bristol tells the story of the people, places, and events that transformed this small agricultural hamlet into a true industrial city. The waters of the Pequabuck River brought industry, which soon surpassed farming as the residents' primary livelihood. Bristol became the source of many important products-clocks, springs, silverware, coaster brakes, doorbells, automobiles, roller bearings, and fishing rods, to name a few. In following this evolution, Bristol highlights the residents and workers, their homes and places of business, their entertainment and modes of transportation.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 22.02.2020
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Captain Cobbler
48,99 € *
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A tumultuous year... It is 1536, and the kingdom of Henry VIII is in turmoil. King Henry's first wife, Catherine and his bastard son, Henry Fitzroy, have died suspiciously. Henry's second wife, Anne Boleyn, has been executed, and he has married his third wife, Jane Seymour, only a fortnight later. Meanwhile, Chancellor Lord Cromwell is dissolving monasteries and abbeys, trampling religious traditions, and unsettling the community. Rumours are circulating that Cromwell is about to steal the Church silverware as well, and Nicholas Melton-a shoemaker from the town of Louth-and his friends decide they have had enough. Determined to protect the people's treasure from royal coffers, Melton and his friends take the keys of the church of Saint James from its reluctant churchwardens. After they secure the building and lock away the town's treasure to keep it safe, their protest quickly gets out of hand, disturbing the peace of the kingdom. Rather than listen to his subjects, King Henry behaves like a tyrant, threatening them with condign punishment. So, the simple act of protecting community treasure turns into a widespread rebellion as Melton, now known throughout the land as Captain Cobbler, risks everything... Captain Cobbler shares the tale of a Lincolnshire shoemaker as he matures from boyhood to adulthood, and now challenges the might of a tyrant king.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 22.02.2020
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Captain Cobbler
35,99 € *
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A tumultuous year... It is 1536, and the kingdom of Henry VIII is in turmoil. King Henry's first wife, Catherine and his bastard son, Henry Fitzroy, have died suspiciously. Henry's second wife, Anne Boleyn, has been executed, and he has married his third wife, Jane Seymour, only a fortnight later. Meanwhile, Chancellor Lord Cromwell is dissolving monasteries and abbeys, trampling religious traditions, and unsettling the community. Rumours are circulating that Cromwell is about to steal the Church silverware as well, and Nicholas Melton-a shoemaker from the town of Louth-and his friends decide they have had enough. Determined to protect the people's treasure from royal coffers, Melton and his friends take the keys of the church of Saint James from its reluctant churchwardens. After they secure the building and lock away the town's treasure to keep it safe, their protest quickly gets out of hand, disturbing the peace of the kingdom. Rather than listen to his subjects, King Henry behaves like a tyrant, threatening them with condign punishment. So, the simple act of protecting community treasure turns into a widespread rebellion as Melton, now known throughout the land as Captain Cobbler, risks everything... Captain Cobbler shares the tale of a Lincolnshire shoemaker as he matures from boyhood to adulthood, and now challenges the might of a tyrant king.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 22.02.2020
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Bristol
20,10 € *
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Bristol was originally a tightly held and uninhabited portion of Farmington and was known in its early days as the West Woods. Settlers did not arrive until the 1720s and, after building their small community, they sought and received status as the New Cambridge Parish in 1742. Their numbers continued to grow and, by 1785, the community joined neighboring West Britain Parish in separating from Farmington and becoming the town of Bristol. Bristol tells the story of the people, places, and events that transformed this small agricultural hamlet into a true industrial city. The waters of the Pequabuck River brought industry, which soon surpassed farming as the residents' primary livelihood. Bristol became the source of many important products-clocks, springs, silverware, coaster brakes, doorbells, automobiles, roller bearings, and fishing rods, to name a few. In following this evolution, Bristol highlights the residents and workers, their homes and places of business, their entertainment and modes of transportation.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 22.02.2020
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