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‘Get To The Good Part’ is a podcast driven by a deep love and appreciation for Ernest Cline’s books “Ready Player One” and “Ready Player Two.” We started the show with the premise that there were Gunters like us out there on the hunt for more. What we found was a passionate community who welcomed our humble podcast with open arms. Thanks for tuning in to our podcast. Now, let’s Get to the Good Part!
 
We talk about the bible and go over bible scriptures.The Bible is one of the most intriguing subjects of all time.Men for thousands of years have tried to decipher the Bible in order to understand its contents.Men have failed to look at the creator for his holy spirit to help them understand scriptural meaning to the Bible.All they ever had to do is pray for holy spirit and they would have received understanding of the scriptures.With holy spirit they would be able to decipher God commandmen ...
 
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Welcome to Episode 165! We can’t wait for you to listen to our Author Spotlight with DIANE WILSON! We were honored to talk with Diane about her moving, multi-generational debut novel, THE SEED KEEPER. Diane also talks about her writing process, her next book project, and more.In our Just Read segment, Emily talks about Elle Cosimano’s FINLAY DONOVA…
 
April Clarke-Cliveden is vivacious, bright, and occasionally vicious—the ultimate 'It' girl, She quickly pulled Hannah Jones into her dazzling orbit. Together, they developed a group of devoted and inseparable friends—Will, Hugh, Ryan, and Emily. By the end of the year, April was dead.A decade later, Hannah and Will are expecting their first child,…
 
After twelve years in corporate banking, Michelle Lee gave up her career for a life beyond the office. Trekking the 100km Kokoda trail in 2012 sparked Michelle’s love for extremes adventure and she is now Australia’s first woman to row any ocean solo. In 2019 she completed a 68-day solo, unassisted row across the Atlantic Ocean, battling the elemen…
 
A mystery illness is making people bake ancient cakes, speak dead languages and then fall asleep and never wake up. When Trilby Moffat's mother Arwen catches this strange sickness, Trilby must find her only other surviving relative, a 300-year-old aunt who lives in a secret antique shop on the edge of time.The Dangerous Business of Being Trilby Mof…
 
Treasure House is the story of the Stewart Dawson dynasty: watchmakers and jewellers, Australian pioneers of Jazz Age popular culture and entertainment, property tycoons and philanthropists. They counted stars of stage and screen, earls and princes among their connections. It's also a story of marital duplicity and deception, hubris and abuse of pr…
 
Book Tuber Russell Gray of Ink and Paper Blog joins us to talk about his reading of this year’s Booker Prize nominees. He’s read all thirteen books on the long list, talks about the novels on the shortlist, and shares some ideas about which book he thinks will win and why.For two women who claim to have been busy lately, we sure did manage to read …
 
80 Miles to Morgoth's' Dungeon fortress, a couple of fast horses, and two badass swords. Hit it! Like Z and Aech rushing in without a plan, your gunters review their trip through the Iron Mountains. What could go wrong? Pull out your Tolkien as we Get to the Good Part!
 
Elaine Pearson is the Asia Director at Human Rights Watch and a board member of the Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women. Elaine has spent a lifetime defending human rights around the world. From human trafficking in in Nepal to the 'drug war' in the Philippines, to the treatment of detainees in Papua New Guinea and in Australia and her experie…
 
When climate scientist Joelle Gergis set to work on the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change's (IPCC) Sixth Assessment Report, the research she encountered kept her awake at night. The evidence gathered by the world's top climate scientists showed that impacts on our climate were occurring faster than anyone had predicted.Joell…
 
When climate scientist Joelle Gergis set to work on the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change's (IPCC) Sixth Assessment Report, the research she encountered kept her awake at night. The evidence gathered by the world's top climate scientists showed that impacts on our climate were occurring faster than anyone had predicted. Joel…
 
Salama Kassab was a pharmacy student when the cries for freedom broke out in Syria. Now, with her parents and brother both killed in a vicious civil war, Salama volunteers at a hospital in Homs, helping the wounded who flood through the doors. Salama is thinking about leaving, but who will help the people of her beloved country? With her heart so c…
 
When Lucia and her dad come to stay for a week, Idris hadn't prepared himself for Lucia. Lucia loves spying and is convinced that Idris' mum is a spy. Even Idris has to admit that there is something unusual about their family trip to the zoo. Were his eyes playing tricks on him when someone secretly dropped something into his Mum's bag? And who is …
 
Welcome to Episode 163! Both of us had some solo Biblio Adventures, but we also went on an EPIC Joint Jaunt to New Hampshire. We visited all three Toadstool Bookstores — Nashua, Peterborough, and Keene — in a day! We left Guilford (CT) at 7 a.m. and got home twelve hours later, just before 7 p.m. In total, we visited four bookshops, two libraries, …
 
London 1937. Two sisters, Ida Cook, a budding romance novelist and Louise, an ordinary typist for the civil service share a passion for opera. They use their meagre savings to travel to Germany and Austria to hear their favourite opera stars, many of them Jewish. On the eve of World War II these middle-aged spinsters became part of a network that o…
 
London 1937. Two sisters, Ida Cook, a budding romance novelist and Louise, an ordinary typist for the civil service share a passion for opera. They use their meagre savings to travel to Germany and Austria to hear their favourite opera stars, many of them Jewish. On the eve of World War II these middle-aged spinsters became part of a network that o…
 
Hidden deep in the jungles and mountains of the Southwest Pacific during World War II were Australia's secret army – a group of men and women who reported every movement of the Japanese invaders to Allied intelligence. The Coastwatcher organisation was formed from a group of volunteers – plantation owners, policemen, missionaries and government off…
 
At the age of twenty-eight Ben Bravery found himself facing the terrifying spectre of stage three colorectal cancer. As a scientist, Ben understood the seriousness of the condition but what he didn't expect was how being a patient would make him feel. After difficult and complicated surgery and months of chemotherapy he decided he needed a change –…
 
Nilesh Makwana is the CEO of the global award-winning business illuminance Solutions. This memoir is a vivid, honest and often hilarious look back on a life full of challenges, of good luck and bad and all the things Nilesh learnt along the way. It's a blueprint for how to succeed at university, in business, and how to bounce back after failure. Ni…
 
Nilesh Makwana is the CEO of the global award-winning business illuminance Solutions. This memoir is a vivid, honest and often hilarious look back on a life full of challenges, of good luck and bad and all the things Nilesh learnt along the way. It's a blueprint for how to succeed at university, in business, and how to bounce back after failure. Ni…
 
Winter has come to North Carolina and Temperance Brennan is content to dote on her daughter Katy, finally returned to civilian life from the army. One night, they find a box on the back porch. Inside: a very fresh human eyeball. GPS coordinates etched into the eyeball lead to a Benedictine monastery where an equally macabre discovery awaits. More b…
 
Winter has come to North Carolina and Temperance Brennan is content to dote on her daughter Katy, finally returned to civilian life from the army. One night, they find a box on the back porch. Inside: a very fresh human eyeball. GPS coordinates etched into the eyeball lead to a Benedictine monastery where an equally macabre discovery awaits. More b…
 
Chris and Emily sit down for a good old fashioned book chat. There’s no interview this episode, just us.Emily is reading an advance copy of Elizabeth Strout’s forthcoming novel, LUCY BY THE SEA (9/20/2022), and Katherine May’s memoir, THE ELECTRICITY OF EVERY LIVING THING: ONE WOMAN’S WALK WITH ASPERGER’S. Chris is deep into MANSFIELD PARK by Jane …
 
Daryl Van Tongeren has been researching social psychology and the virtue of humility for over ten years. As the first book on humility in the field of psychology, 'Humble' is a milestone in the exploration of the benefits of humility to the individual and to society. This remarkable book shares the foundational research and new ideas about why humi…
 
Things are getting messy for Stella Prentice: her husband is away; she's juggling a full-time job with a family that includes a demanding four-year-old and a tricky stepdaughter. Stella reluctantly hires an au pair in the hope that she will help lighten the load. Elise, a staunch feminist and Stella's mother-in-law thinks this is a terrible idea bu…
 
Sam Vincent was a twenty-something writer working in Canberra when he gets a call from his mother – his father has got his hand caught in a wood chipper. When Sam returns to the family farm to help out, it is the beginning of a process that leads him to think differently about the farm, his father and his relationship with both.Sam's farming appren…
 
Episode 161 features fictional mermaids, bears, and time travel adventure to stop the not so fictional nuclear meltdown at Chernobyl. We talk with Rachel Barenbaum about ATOMIC ANNA, her new novel that’s a fascinating mix of historical fiction, thriller, and a family saga about multigenerational women working together to prevent both personal and c…
 
Vince Reid left the small town of Manson a decade ago, promising never to return. But now an insurance company wants him to investigate a claim on a suspicious car crash and he is forced to relive all that drove him away from the place he grew up.As Reid's investigation unfolds, nothing is as it seems: rumours are swirling about the popular woman w…
 
Vince Reid left the small town of Manson a decade ago, promising never to return. But now an insurance company wants him to investigate a claim on a suspicious car crash and he is forced to relive all that drove him away from the place he grew up. As Reid's investigation unfolds, nothing is as it seems: rumours are swirling about the popular woman …
 
In August 1925, Audrey Jacob shot dead her former fiance Cyril Gidley in full view of hundreds of guests at a charity ball in Perth's Government House. This was supposed to be an open shut case of wilful murder – until lawyer Arthur Haynes is assigned to her defence. Haynes' ability to find the right legal angle and to play the press and the jury, …
 
Teacher and single Mum Alex is escaping the city in search of new start with her young daughter; Bellbird River matriarch Victoria finds herself at a crossroads when globe-trotting, opera-singing cousin Gabrielle moves back home; town baker and Bellbird River fixture, Janine is confronting her past and her present; and newcomer Debbie is trying to …
 
Jason Bourne has faced many killers in his time but none more dangerous than the assassin that calls himself Lennon. Bourne believes this elusive killer has a new employer called the Pyramid. The only clue to the group's agenda is a young German woman whose identity turns out to be a lie and who now lies dead in a Washington D.C. Park.Finding the t…
 
Jason Bourne has faced many killers in his time but none more dangerous than the assassin that calls himself Lennon. Bourne believes this elusive killer has a new employer called the Pyramid. The only clue to the group's agenda is a young German woman whose identity turns out to be a lie and who now lies dead in a Washington D.C. Park. Finding the …
 
Every tenth episode we do a giveaway and here we are again with not one, but TWO giveaways! All you have to do to be entered to win is be a newsletter subscriber. (Sign up here: https://www.bookcougars.com/subscriber) We announce our third quarter readalong (thanks to everyone who voted!) and, as always, we talk about what we’re reading, just read,…
 
To the first European colonists, Australian wildlife was bewildering. Marsupials, monotremes and the vast array of birds and snakes were strange and hostile. A bustling animal trade soon developed in both directions. While rabbits, foxes and starlings were unleashed on the Australian landscape, native animals soon found themselves as stuffed or liv…
 
To the first European colonists, Australian wildlife was bewildering. Marsupials, monotremes and the vast array of birds and snakes were strange and hostile. A bustling animal trade soon developed in both directions. While rabbits, foxes and starlings were unleashed on the Australian landscape, native animals soon found themselves as stuffed or liv…
 
As liberating Allied forces surged towards Paris following the D-Day landings of 1944 a group of downed airmen were being held in the infamous Fresnes Prison. Amid great secrecy, 168 airmen – including several from Australia and New Zealand – were evacuated to the notorious Buchenwald concentration camp, accompanied by orders for their execution. A…
 
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