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Tarlock is the best place to start your audiobooks hunt as it has a ton of Star Wars books in audiobooks, as well as a collection summing up to 23.2 GB of audiobooks. There are not many seeders on the platform, so get ready for slower download speeds. Tarlock was listed as one of the best audiobook torrenting websites on Reddit in 2020 due to its safety and the amount of content available for its users. Besides Star Wars books, there are also non-fiction books from authors such as Stephen King and Deepak Chopra.
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Cherie Dimaline made waves with the publication of her YA title, The Marrow Thieves, in 2017. The combining of Indigenous knowledge with science fiction to create an apocalyptic world not too different from our own proved to be a bestselling combination that allowed this debut to climb the ranks as one of the best YA books. In her novels, this writer and activist from the Georgian Bay Métiz Nation in Canada brings to light the dark history of forced removals of children from their families along with assimilation policies in Canada and the US. At the heart of it all, despite the hardship, storytelling, oral traditions, family, and hope are championed.
Robin Wall Kimmerer is a botanist and professor of Environmental and Forest Biology, as well as bestselling non-fiction author. As a member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, she combines her Indigenous heritage with a passion for the natural world. Drawing on ancient knowledge curated by Native peoples, she turns a factual approach to science writing into its own kind of poetry, as a means to honor the reciprocal relationships of the living world.
Darcie Little Badger is a rising Lipan Apache writer who has recently burst onto the YA scene. As a member of a tribe that has been granted no official homeland by the state of Texas, Little Badger was keen to provide further representation to Lipan people in literature, especially for children, as she recalls not reading any indigenous fiction growing up. Her debut novel, Elatsoe, published in 2019, received great critical acclaim and was featured in TIME Magazine as one of the best 100 fantasy novels of all time, as well as one of the top books of 2020 by Publishers Weekly.
Even if it were clear that intervention is necessary and that existing competition law was insufficient, it is not clear that the DMA is the right regulatory tool to address any potential harms to competition and consumers that may arise in the digital markets. Here, legislators need to be wary of unintended consequences, trade-offs, and regulatory fallibility. For one, It is possible that the DMA will essentially consolidate the power of tech platforms, turning them into de facto public utilities. This will not foster competition, but rather will make smaller competitors systematically dependent on so-called gatekeepers. Indeed, why become the next Google if you can just free ride off of the current Google? Why download an emerging messaging app if you can already interact with its users through your current one? In a way, then, the DMA may become a self-fulfilling prophecy.
"Kendrick Perkins is the bold and educational voice we need today. Every single word he speaks will challenge, enlighten and encourage you to become a better version of yourself and see a better version of the world. Perkins' riveting stories about the NBA, his upbringing and social justice will make this book impossible to put down." -- Emmanuel Acho, New York Times bestselling author of Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black ManKendrick "Perk" Perkins is known for his blunt, opinionated, "carry the hell on" commentary on ESPN's most popular shows. As a fourteen year NBA player and starting center for the 2008 NBA champion Boston Celtics, Perk earned a reputation as an enforcer, a fierce defender, and a great teammate. Now, In The Education of Kendrick Perkins, he opens a different side of himself: a powerful and intimate memoir that goes beyond basketball to discuss the reality of being Black in America.Abandoned by his father, then orphaned after the murder of his mother, Perk was raised by his grandparents in a small Texas town. He left their home at age eighteen, drafted out of high school by the legendary Celtics. For a country boy, Boston was a completely new world, and the NBA a league of legends: Kobe Bryant, Lebron James, Kevin Garnett, James Harden, Shaquille O'Neal, Paul Pierce, Ray Allen, Kevin Durant, and more. Perk had to learn how to play with and against these stars, while adjusting to life on the road as a professional athlete. But his education went beyond basketball. In this book, Perk reveals his awakening consciousness of larger issues that affected him, his fellow players, and Black Americans:-How many NBA players grow up in broken families and difficult circumstances-The history of slavery and how that trauma affects generations of Black life-The truths told by writers including James Baldwin, Ralph Ellison, Richard Wright, and others-The false myths about the Black family and fatherhood-Why George Floyd's murder forced a reckoning about race in AmericaHonest, fearless, dramatic, filled with stories about life on and off the court, The Education of Kendrick Perkins is a unique memoir that shows how he and we all can "carry the hell on."