MASTER YOUR BATTLEFIELDGaming has changed. The modern battlefield is an especially hostile place, with threats from the air, sea and land. How do you react to these extra dimensions? Enter the Tyon, the multi-button gaming mouse. The Tyon is the result of countless hours of design from the industry’s greatest minds.UNRIVALED COMMAND POWERThe Tyon features the X-Celerator, a single-axis analog thumb paddle pioneered for modern battlefields. It gives you unrivaled command capabilities without sacrificing control. You can use it to seamlessly tilt left and right, pitch up and down, increase and decrease throttle and much more, all while maintaining perfect mouse control.IMPROVED EASY-SHIFT[+]™ FUNCTIONALITYROCCAT’s breakthrough Easy-Shift[+]™ technology lets you assign a secondary function to each button on the mouse, for a near endless number of attack possibilities. The secondary function can be activated once the Easy-Shift[+]™ button is held down. On the Tyon, this is a dedicated button conveniently located beneath the traditional side buttons.EXTENDED ATTACK OPTIONSThe Tyon is the first ROCCAT mouse armed with the ingenious Dorsal Fin-Switch, a two-way button controlled mid-knuckle, expertly placed for ease of use without having to adjust the hand during crucial moments. The Dorsal Fin-Switch is a brilliant tactical design to move ever more vital functions away from the keyboard and to your gaming mouse.AN EXPANDED ARSENALFour expertly placed ergonomic buttons flank the main right and left clicks, allowing even more functions to live on the Tyon rather than your keyboard. This addition to the multi-button layout allows for even more rapid execution of myriad commands, designed to feel so comfortable each action feels like second-nature.YOUR TYON, YOUR STYLEFully customize the look of your Tyon with industry-standard RGBA lighting illumination system. Adjust the color of your scroll wheel and mouse rim independently of one other for your own unique look. With a variety of enhanced lighting effects to choose from and your choice of 16.8 million colors, the Tyon melds on every level to your style.ROCCAT Driver + R.A.D.The Tyon features ROCCAT’s comprehensive driver suite that provides total control over your mouse. Easily create an army of time-saving macros, adjust your illumination, set your DPI, and build up to five profiles that auto-launch with your favorite games – and lots more. The ROCCAT driver also features R.A.D. (ROCCAT Achievements Display) for a host of useful stats on how you use your Tyon, such as distance covered, buttons clicked and much more.SpecificationTypeGamingConnectionWiredSensorLaserResolution8200 dpiButtons14Scroll1InterfaceUSBCable length1,8 mProfileRight-handedColorWhite
The end of the world is at hand, not only for Christians but for all people throughout the world. The new history of God will begin with the arrival of the Lord. Blessed are those who see him and accept him. It is the hope of Christianity to recognize, receive, and accept the Lord of the second advent.The chance has arrived for all of us. The greatest opportunity in any man’s lifetime is now knocking at our door. Please be humble, and open yourself to great new hope! This is the time for unprecedented spiritual awakening throughout the world. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Robert Carvell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/153333/bk_acx0_153333_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The "Immaculate Reception" may have started it all, but the 1979 Pittsburgh Steelers put the stamp on the modern era’s greatest sports dynasty. It’s not even a debate. No other National Football League team in the modern sports era - as defined by Nielson - won so much in so little time. The tag is sure to stay with the Steelers for a long, long time. Fans in Pittsburgh can thank NFL free agency, but only in part. They should really thank the ’79 Steelers for winning a fourth title when, really, the team should not have done so. The 1979 Steelers were not supposed to win a championship. The Steel Curtain was in decline, and the Houston Oilers were pounding on the door of the AFC. By the end of the season, of course, the banged-up Oilers were not to be feared, not with the San Diego Chargers gathering steam. In the NFC, the Dallas Cowboys could taste revenge, particularly after Steelers coach Chuck Noll had mocked them unmercifully following the previous year’s Super Bowl. However, the Steelers persevered. "We probably won it more on desire, football intellect," said Steelers defensive superstar "Mean" Joe Greene. Greene admitted that the defense was in decline. He even admitted his great career was in decline, but he never thought the end of the dynasty was near. Star quarterback Terry Bradshaw, on the other hand, with his career just taking off, knew the end was at hand, and after his greatest season, after his second of back-to-back Super Bowl Most Valuable Player awards, Bradshaw hinted at retirement. "I probably should have," he admits 25 years later. The 1979 season had exhausted Bradshaw, a topic he talks about in Tales from Behind the Steel Curtain. Greene also has plenty to say. So do their teammates and their coaches, not to mention the scouts, front office and support personnel, media, and fans. They all have tales to tell about the key season of one of the greatest dynasties the sports world has ever seen. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tim Lundeen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/008734/bk_adbl_008734_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A mysterious note leads a struggling actress to a strange murder investigation. After two decades of striving, Celia is tired of waiting for her big acting break, and finds consolation only in a specific narcotic: mystery novels. After an afternoon binge at the sprawling Strand bookstore, she emerges with a baker’s dozen of second-hand thrillers. Inside one of the novels she finds a real-life mystery that will prove to be the greatest she’s ever read. She discovers a slip of paper listing nine bullet points, starting, "in re the murder of the Director". Who is the Director? Why would someone want him dead? And what on Earth does Dan Rather have to do with it? As Celia dives into the puzzle, she finds herself locked in a life-or-death struggle with a gang of international conspirators. These evil men would scare her to death if she weren’t a veteran of New York’s toughest battlefield: the audition room. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Cassandra Campbell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/006194/bk_adbl_006194_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
New York Times bestselling author Jane Feather has won legions of fans and critical accolades for her unique blend of sizzling seduction, dangerous intrigue, and passionate adventure. In this, the second of two romances featuring two unconventional sisters whose quest to solve the mystery surrounding their lives, puts each of them in the path of an irresistible hero.Jane Feather tells the story of a young bride in peril and a mysterious English lord who find themselves at the center of a sinister plot - and a reckless affair. In Kissed By Shadows, Lady Philippa Nielson had no memory of what took place in her bedchamber in the dead of night - nor knowledge of the dangerous plot that put her life in jeopardy. But with a brief touch of his hand and one glance of his knowing gray eyes, Pippa felt a connection to the dark stranger who should have been her greatest enemy. Who was this man who seemed to understand more about her life than she did herself? Why did she respond to his most casual caresses with the most urgent and reckless of desires? Lionel Ashton had been appointed guardian of both Pippa and the secret she unknowingly bore. And protect this sensuous and fiercely independent woman he would - even from the king himself. But what Lionel knows about Pippa will put both their lives in the greatest danger - even as they slip under the spell of a daring seduction that will turn them into passionate outlaws - and legendary lovers. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jenny Sterlin. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/013239/bk_adbl_013239_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A mystery/road trip/buddy comedy/action adventure from the author of Second Hand Curses. A dance club full of bodies. Cause of death - a mystery. The lone survivor - a man, raving like a lunatic, wearing only a deerstalker hat. Now, the man who calls himself Sherman Holmes is being studied like a lab rat by a top-secret government agency. How is it he can be barely clinging to reality one minute - yet be a seeming genius the next? Within his brain might just be the greatest scientific breakthrough of the millennium, if anyone can figure out how to access it. Enter the agent code named Watson. Once a rising star, a deadly betrayal sent him spiraling into uncertainty and paranoia. Now saddled with moving Sherman to a more-secure facility, he must prove he’s still up to the task. With enemies on their heels, a whole country to cross, and Sherman ranting in his ear, the job proves to be more of a challenge than Watson ever anticipated. With Watson’s experience and the bizarre insights of his own twisted mind, Sherman just might survive. But can Watson survive Sherman? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Aiello, Carol Monda. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/or/orig/000459/or_orig_000459_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A new Chief Inspector Wexford mystery from the author who Time magazine has called "the best mystery writer in the English-speaking world". When the truffle-hunting dog starts to dig furiously, his master's first reaction is delight at the size of the clump the dog has unearthed: at the going rate, this one truffle might be worth several hundred pounds. Then the dirt falls away to reveal not a precious mushroom but the bones and tendons of what is clearly a human hand. In Not in the Flesh, Chief Inspector Wexford tries to piece together events that took place eleven years earlier, a time when someone was secretly interred in a secluded patch of English countryside. Now Wexford and his team will need to interrogate everyone who lives nearby to see if they can turn up a match for the dead man among the 85 people in this part of England who have disappeared over the past decade. Then, when a second body is discovered nearby, Wexford experiences a feeling that's become a rarity for the veteran policeman: surprise. As Wexford painstakingly moves to resolve these multiple mysteries, long-buried secrets are brought to daylight, and Ruth Rendell once again proves why she has been hailed as our greatest living mystery writer. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tim Curry. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rand/001452/bk_rand_001452_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A new Chief Inspector Wexford mystery from the author who Time magazine has called “the best mystery writer in the English-speaking world.” When the truffle-hunting dog starts to dig furiously, his master’s first reaction is delight at the size of the clump the dog has unearthed: at the going rate, this one truffle might be worth several hundred pounds. Then the dirt falls away to reveal not a precious mushroom but the bones and tendons of what is clearly a human hand. In Not in the Flesh, Chief Inspector Wexford tries to piece together events that took place 11 years earlier, a time when someone was secretly interred in a secluded patch of English countryside. Now Wexford and his team will need to interrogate everyone who lives nearby to see if they can turn up a match for the dead man among the 85 people in this part of England who have disappeared over the past decade. Then, when a second body is discovered nearby, Wexford experiences a feeling that’s become a rarity for the veteran policeman: surprise. As Wexford painstakingly moves to resolve these multiple mysteries, long-buried secrets are brought to daylight, and Ruth Rendell once again proves why she has been hailed as our greatest living mystery writer. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Simon Vance. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bkot/001102/bk_bkot_001102_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
You know the story of Good Friday. A man is in a garden. It's night time. And one called Judas comes in search of him, seemingly to betray him. He comes into the garden, and it's dark, so he asks the simple question, "Where is Jesus?" Then the voice in the dark answered, "I am he." We are told in the story they all fell to the ground. When they regained their composure they asked the same question, "Where is Jesus?" Again the voice answered, "I have told you that I am he." This time Judas kisses him and the voice said to him, "Now that you have found me, let all else go, but do not let me go, and what you have to do, do quickly." Then Judas goes out and commits suicide. Now when you read the story you might think that that drama took place in a garden. No. That drama must take place in the mind of man. For this is all about rebirth. It takes a man, a normal man, a man of sense, but hidden in that man and bound hand and foot is the second man that rebirth loosens and lifts up, and that second man is God. So the mystery is all self, and he uses the word "mystery" no less than 18 times. He asked those in the Corinthians to esteem him as a steward of mystery. Then he said, "Great is the mystery, God was manifest in the flesh." Then he spoke of the greatest of all mysteries, the one hidden from the foundation of the world, "Christ in you is the hope of glory." Christ in man. Not Christ in the pages of history, but God in man must be awakened, and this is the technique by which he is awakened. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Marino. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/093150/bk_acx0_093150_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.