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Qubii Auto-Back-up-Adapter für iPhone/iPad, spe...
49,95 € *
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Speichern Sie bequem und vollautomatisch Ihre Bilder, Videos und Kontakte von Ihrem Apple iPhone/iPad direkt auf eine lokale microSD-Karte – ohne jegliche Cloud-Anbindung! Sichern Sie Ihre wertvollen Daten, schaffen Sie Platz im Mobilgeräte-Speicher und übertragen Sie bei Bedarf Ihre Kontakte/Bilder besonders einfach auf ein neues Mobilgerät. Einfacher geht die Datensicherung von Bildern, Videos und Kontakten von iOS-Geräten kaum Bestücken Sie den Qubii mit einer microSD-Karte (bis zu 512 GB) und stecken Sie ihn zwischen Ihr Ladegerät und das iPhone/iPad. Nach einmaligem Installieren der zugehörigen kostenlosen App erstellt diese automatisch ein aktuelles inkrementelles* Back-up Ihrer Daten (Bilder, Videos, Kontakte) auf dem iPhone/iPad und speichert diese Daten auf der microSD-Karte. Die Daten sind dann auch ganz bequem auf einem Windows- bzw. MacOS-PC ausles- und archivierbar. Der Clou: Auf diese Weise sichern Sie bei jedem Laden Ihres iPhone/iPad automatisch Ihre neuesten Daten, nach der ersten Einrichtung müssen Sie dazu nur noch den Qubii zwischen Ladegerät und iPhone/iPad stecken lassen – ganz einfach. Beim üblichen Ladeprozess wird nun im Hintergrund ein inkrementelles Back-up durchgeführt. Genauso einfach können Sie den Umzug auf ein neues iOS-Gerät vollziehen, ohne Cloud, ohne Kabelgewirr, ohne Internetverbindung. Einfach die App auf dem neuen Gerät installieren und den Qubii anschließen – partielles Zurücksichern ist selbstverständlich möglich, falls Sie nicht gleich alle Medieninhalte auf Ihr neues oder zweites Telefon kopieren wollen! Zusätzlich können Sie sogar Bilder und Videos von eigenen Social Media Accounts in das Back-up einbeziehen und so auch diese Daten lokal sichern. Automatische Datensicherung (Back-up) von Bildern, Videos, Kontakten beim täglichen Laden des Mobilgeräts/Smartphones bzw. Tablets ( Kein System-Back-up des iPhones) Datensicherung ohne Internetverbindung, ohne Cloud-Anbindung, ohne Extra-/Zusatzkosten direkt auf eine eingelegte microSD-Karte (bis zu 512 GB) Apple-MFi-zertifiziert (kompatibel mit nahezu allen Apple-Smartphones und -Tablets) Sicherung von Bildern/Videos von eigenen Social Media Accounts (Facebook/Instagram) sowie lokalen iTunes-Inhalten (außer DRM-geschützte Inhalte) möglich Inkrementelles Back-up: Nach einmaligem Voll-Back-up werden nur neu hinzugefügte Mediendaten zusätzlich gespeichert/archiviert Nach der Datensicherung können über die App des Mobilgeräts die betroffenen Dateien (Bilder/Videos) aus dem Datenspeicher des Smartphones/Tablets gelöscht werden, um Speicherplatz zu gewinnen Gesamt- und Einzeldaten des Back-ups jederzeit von der Speicherkarte wieder in das Smartphone/Tablet zurückladbar Inhalte der Speicherkarte über die App kontrollierbar – Inhalte können gelöscht, geteilt oder auf das Mobilgerät aufgespielt werden (Restore-Funktion) Speicherkarte über die Qubii-App formatierbar (Dateifiles > 4 GB können nur auf exFAT-formatierten Speicherkarten archiviert werden) Mit exFAT-formatierten Speicherkarten können mühelos auch sehr große Video-Files archiviert werden Gespeicherte Dateien können auf Laptops eingesehen und mühelos übertragen werden (PC erkennt angeschlossenen Qubii als Kartenlesegerät) Schreibgeschwindigkeit von 30 MB/s Kinderleichte Inbetriebnahme (Plug & Play) Stromversorgung erfolgt durch angeschlossenes Netzteil (5 VDC/1 A) Kompatible Geräte: iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11, iPhone Xs Max, iPhone Xs, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5 iPad Pro, iPad mini 4, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, iPad Air, iPad mini 2, iPad mini, iPad (4th Generation) Sofern von Apple ein Netzteil mit mehr als 5 V/1 A mitgeliefert wurde. * Inkrementelles Back-up: Nach einem ersten Komplett-Back-up werden nur die danach jeweils neu hinzugekommenen Daten in das Back-up einbezogen.   Hinweis:  Für einen reibungslosen Betrieb empfehlen wir die Verwendung des originalen Apple-Netzteils sowie Apple-Ladekabels. Die Lieferung erfolgt ohne Netzteil und Kabel.

Anbieter: ELV AT
Stand: 30.03.2020
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Qubii Auto-Back-up-Adapter für iPhone/iPad, spe...
54,25 CHF *
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Speichern Sie bequem und vollautomatisch Ihre Bilder, Videos und Kontakte von Ihrem Apple iPhone/iPad direkt auf eine lokale microSD-Karte – ohne jegliche Cloud-Anbindung! Sichern Sie Ihre wertvollen Daten, schaffen Sie Platz im Mobilgeräte-Speicher und übertragen Sie bei Bedarf Ihre Kontakte/Bilder besonders einfach auf ein neues Mobilgerät. Einfacher geht die Datensicherung von Bildern, Videos und Kontakten von iOS-Geräten kaum Bestücken Sie den Qubii mit einer microSD-Karte (bis zu 512 GB) und stecken Sie ihn zwischen Ihr Ladegerät und das iPhone/iPad. Nach einmaligem Installieren der zugehörigen kostenlosen App erstellt diese automatisch ein aktuelles inkrementelles* Back-up Ihrer Daten (Bilder, Videos, Kontakte) auf dem iPhone/iPad und speichert diese Daten auf der microSD-Karte. Die Daten sind dann auch ganz bequem auf einem Windows- bzw. MacOS-PC ausles- und archivierbar. Der Clou: Auf diese Weise sichern Sie bei jedem Laden Ihres iPhone/iPad automatisch Ihre neuesten Daten, nach der ersten Einrichtung müssen Sie dazu nur noch den Qubii zwischen Ladegerät und iPhone/iPad stecken lassen – ganz einfach. Beim üblichen Ladeprozess wird nun im Hintergrund ein inkrementelles Back-up durchgeführt. Genauso einfach können Sie den Umzug auf ein neues iOS-Gerät vollziehen, ohne Cloud, ohne Kabelgewirr, ohne Internetverbindung. Einfach die App auf dem neuen Gerät installieren und den Qubii anschließen – partielles Zurücksichern ist selbstverständlich möglich, falls Sie nicht gleich alle Medieninhalte auf Ihr neues oder zweites Telefon kopieren wollen! Zusätzlich können Sie sogar Bilder und Videos von eigenen Social Media Accounts in das Back-up einbeziehen und so auch diese Daten lokal sichern. Automatische Datensicherung (Back-up) von Bildern, Videos, Kontakten beim täglichen Laden des Mobilgeräts/Smartphones bzw. Tablets ( Kein System-Back-up des iPhones) Datensicherung ohne Internetverbindung, ohne Cloud-Anbindung, ohne Extra-/Zusatzkosten direkt auf eine eingelegte microSD-Karte (bis zu 512 GB) Apple-MFi-zertifiziert (kompatibel mit nahezu allen Apple-Smartphones und -Tablets) Sicherung von Bildern/Videos von eigenen Social Media Accounts (Facebook/Instagram) sowie lokalen iTunes-Inhalten (außer DRM-geschützte Inhalte) möglich Inkrementelles Back-up: Nach einmaligem Voll-Back-up werden nur neu hinzugefügte Mediendaten zusätzlich gespeichert/archiviert Nach der Datensicherung können über die App des Mobilgeräts die betroffenen Dateien (Bilder/Videos) aus dem Datenspeicher des Smartphones/Tablets gelöscht werden, um Speicherplatz zu gewinnen Gesamt- und Einzeldaten des Back-ups jederzeit von der Speicherkarte wieder in das Smartphone/Tablet zurückladbar Inhalte der Speicherkarte über die App kontrollierbar – Inhalte können gelöscht, geteilt oder auf das Mobilgerät aufgespielt werden (Restore-Funktion) Speicherkarte über die Qubii-App formatierbar (Dateifiles > 4 GB können nur auf exFAT-formatierten Speicherkarten archiviert werden) Mit exFAT-formatierten Speicherkarten können mühelos auch sehr große Video-Files archiviert werden Gespeicherte Dateien können auf Laptops eingesehen und mühelos übertragen werden (PC erkennt angeschlossenen Qubii als Kartenlesegerät) Schreibgeschwindigkeit von 30 MB/s Kinderleichte Inbetriebnahme (Plug & Play) Stromversorgung erfolgt durch angeschlossenes Netzteil (5 VDC/1 A) Kompatible Geräte: iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11, iPhone Xs Max, iPhone Xs, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5 iPad Pro, iPad mini 4, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, iPad Air, iPad mini 2, iPad mini, iPad (4th Generation) Sofern von Apple ein Netzteil mit mehr als 5 V/1 A mitgeliefert wurde. * Inkrementelles Back-up: Nach einem ersten Komplett-Back-up werden nur die danach jeweils neu hinzugekommenen Daten in das Back-up einbezogen.   Hinweis:  Für einen reibungslosen Betrieb empfehlen wir die Verwendung des originalen Apple-Netzteils sowie Apple-Ladekabels. Die Lieferung erfolgt ohne Netzteil und Kabel.

Anbieter: ELV CH
Stand: 30.03.2020
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Look (eBook, ePUB)
8,95 € *
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For fans of Nina LaCour and Mary H. K. Choi comes "a gorgeous exploration of Los Angeles, love, and how a girl can be torn down and put herself back together, one image at a time." --Robin Benway, National Book Award-winning author of Far From the Tree "An incisive, tantalizing exploration into the minds of teen girls through the reality-distortion-field of social media. Look is smart, quick, and startlingly tender. I loved this book." --Mary H. K. Choi, New York Times bestselling author of Emergency Contact Things Lulu Shapiro's 5,000 Flash followers don't know about her: • That the video of her with another girl was never supposed to go public. • That Owen definitely wasn't supposed to break up with her because of it. • That behind the carefully crafted selfies and scenes Lulu projects onto people's screens, her life feels like a terrible, uncertain mess. Then Lulu meets Cass. Cass isn't interested in looking at Lulu's life, only in living in it. And The Hotel--a gorgeous space with an intriguing, Old Hollywood history and a trust-fund kid to restore it--seems like the perfect, secret place for them to get to know each other. But just because Lulu has stepped out of the spotlight doesn't mean it'll stop following her every move. Look is about what you present vs. who you really are, about real intimacy and manufactured intimacy and the blurring of that line. It's a deceptively glamorous, feminist, emotionally complex, utterly compelling, queer coming-of-age novel about falling in love and taking ownership of your own self--your whole self--in the age of social media. "Witty, sensual, well-observed." --Francesca Lia Block, author of Weetzie Bat "I loved this book." --Mary H. K. Choi, author of Emergency Contact "A beautifully rendered...feminist coming-of-age story." --Jessica Morgan of Go Fug Yourself "Smart, romantic...Everything I hoped for and more." --Robyn Schneider, author of The Beginning of Everything "Gorgeous." --Robin Benway, author of Far From the Tree "A complex, empathic examination of identity." --Amy Spalding, author of The Summer of Jordi Perez "[For] readers of Nina LaCour...Sharply incisive and...deeply romantic." --Booklist "A beautiful, intimate novel. I loved it so much." --Maurene Goo, author of The Way You Make Me Feel "Immediate...Deft...Astute...Compelling...Gripping and credible." --BCCB "[Zan Romanoff] is one of the best YA writers working today."--Brandy Colbert, author of Little & Lion

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Look (eBook, ePUB)
8,95 € *
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For fans of Nina LaCour and Mary H. K. Choi comes "a gorgeous exploration of Los Angeles, love, and how a girl can be torn down and put herself back together, one image at a time." --Robin Benway, National Book Award-winning author of Far From the Tree "An incisive, tantalizing exploration into the minds of teen girls through the reality-distortion-field of social media. Look is smart, quick, and startlingly tender. I loved this book." --Mary H. K. Choi, New York Times bestselling author of Emergency Contact Things Lulu Shapiro's 5,000 Flash followers don't know about her: • That the video of her with another girl was never supposed to go public. • That Owen definitely wasn't supposed to break up with her because of it. • That behind the carefully crafted selfies and scenes Lulu projects onto people's screens, her life feels like a terrible, uncertain mess. Then Lulu meets Cass. Cass isn't interested in looking at Lulu's life, only in living in it. And The Hotel--a gorgeous space with an intriguing, Old Hollywood history and a trust-fund kid to restore it--seems like the perfect, secret place for them to get to know each other. But just because Lulu has stepped out of the spotlight doesn't mean it'll stop following her every move. Look is about what you present vs. who you really are, about real intimacy and manufactured intimacy and the blurring of that line. It's a deceptively glamorous, feminist, emotionally complex, utterly compelling, queer coming-of-age novel about falling in love and taking ownership of your own self--your whole self--in the age of social media. "Witty, sensual, well-observed." --Francesca Lia Block, author of Weetzie Bat "I loved this book." --Mary H. K. Choi, author of Emergency Contact "A beautifully rendered...feminist coming-of-age story." --Jessica Morgan of Go Fug Yourself "Smart, romantic...Everything I hoped for and more." --Robyn Schneider, author of The Beginning of Everything "Gorgeous." --Robin Benway, author of Far From the Tree "A complex, empathic examination of identity." --Amy Spalding, author of The Summer of Jordi Perez "[For] readers of Nina LaCour...Sharply incisive and...deeply romantic." --Booklist "A beautiful, intimate novel. I loved it so much." --Maurene Goo, author of The Way You Make Me Feel "Immediate...Deft...Astute...Compelling...Gripping and credible." --BCCB "[Zan Romanoff] is one of the best YA writers working today."--Brandy Colbert, author of Little & Lion

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 30.03.2020
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Yeah, No. Not Happening. (eBook, ePUB)
19,73 € *
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The author of the acclaimed, bestselling In Praise of Difficult Women delivers a hilarious feminist manifesto that encourages us to reject "self-improvement” and instead learn to appreciate and flaunt our complex, and flawed, human selves. Why are we so obsessed with being our so-called best selves? Because our modern culture force feeds women lies designed to heighten their insecurities: "You can do it all—crush it at work, at home, in the bedroom, at PTA and at Pilates—and because you can, you should. We can show you how!” Karen Karbo has had enough. She's taking a stand against the cultural and societal pressures, marketing, and media influences that push us to spend endless time, energy and money trying to "fix” ourselves—a race that has no finish line and only further increases our send of self-dissatisfaction and loathing. "Yeah, no, not happening,” is her battle cry. In this wickedly smart and entertaining book, Karbo explores how "self-improvery” evolved from the provenance of men to women. Recast as "consumers” in the 1920s, women, it turned out, could be seduced into buying anything that might improve not just their lives, but their sense of self-worth. Today, we smirk at Mad Men-era ads targeting 1950s housewives—even while savvy marketers, aided and abetted by social media "influencers,” peddle skin care "systems,” skinny tea, and regimens that promise to deliver endless happiness. We're not simply seduced into dropping precious disposable income on empty promises; the underlying message is that we can't possibly know what's good for us, what we want, or who we should be. Calling BS, Karbo blows the lid off of this age-old trend and asks women to start embracing their awesomely imperfect selves.There is no one more dangerous than a woman who doesn't care what anyone thinks of her. Yeah, No, Not Happening is a call to arms to build a posse of dangerous women who swear off self-improvement and its peddlers. A welcome corrective to our inner-critic, Karbo's manifesto will help women restore their sanity and reclaim their self-worth.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 30.03.2020
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Yeah, No. Not Happening
12,99 € *
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The author of the acclaimed, bestselling In Praise of Difficult Women delivers a hilarious feminist manifesto that encourages us to reject "self-improvement" and instead learn to appreciate and flaunt our complex, and flawed, human selves. Why are we so obsessed with being our so-called best selves? Because our modern culture force feeds women lies designed to heighten their insecurities: "You can do it all-crush it at work, at home, in the bedroom, at PTA and at Pilates-and because you can, you should. We can show you how!" Karen Karbo has had enough. She's taking a stand against the cultural and societal pressures, marketing, and media influences that push us to spend endless time, energy and money trying to "fix" ourselves-a race that has no finish line and only further increases our send of self-dissatisfaction and loathing. "Yeah, no, not happening," is her battle cry. In this wickedly smart and entertaining book, Karbo explores how "self-improvery" evolved from the provenance of men to women. Recast as "consumers" in the 1920s, women, it turned out, could be seduced into buying anything that might improve not just their lives, but their sense of self-worth. Today, we smirk at Mad Men-era ads targeting 1950s housewives-even while savvy marketers, aided and abetted by social media "influencers," peddle skin care "systems," skinny tea, and regimens that promise to deliver endless happiness. We're not simply seduced into dropping precious disposable income on empty promises; the underlying message is that we can't possibly know what's good for us, what we want, or who we should be. Calling BS, Karbo blows the lid off of this age-old trend and asks women to start embracing their awesomely imperfect selves. There is no one more dangerous than a woman who doesn't care what anyone thinks of her. Yeah, No, Not Happening is a call to arms to build a posse of dangerous women who swear off self-improvement and its peddlers. A welcome corrective to our inner-critic, Karbo's manifesto will help women restore their sanity and reclaim their self-worth.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 30.03.2020
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Yeah, No. Not Happening. (eBook, ePUB)
19,73 € *
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The author of the acclaimed, bestselling In Praise of Difficult Women delivers a hilarious feminist manifesto that encourages us to reject "self-improvement” and instead learn to appreciate and flaunt our complex, and flawed, human selves. Why are we so obsessed with being our so-called best selves? Because our modern culture force feeds women lies designed to heighten their insecurities: "You can do it all—crush it at work, at home, in the bedroom, at PTA and at Pilates—and because you can, you should. We can show you how!” Karen Karbo has had enough. She's taking a stand against the cultural and societal pressures, marketing, and media influences that push us to spend endless time, energy and money trying to "fix” ourselves—a race that has no finish line and only further increases our send of self-dissatisfaction and loathing. "Yeah, no, not happening,” is her battle cry. In this wickedly smart and entertaining book, Karbo explores how "self-improvery” evolved from the provenance of men to women. Recast as "consumers” in the 1920s, women, it turned out, could be seduced into buying anything that might improve not just their lives, but their sense of self-worth. Today, we smirk at Mad Men-era ads targeting 1950s housewives—even while savvy marketers, aided and abetted by social media "influencers,” peddle skin care "systems,” skinny tea, and regimens that promise to deliver endless happiness. We're not simply seduced into dropping precious disposable income on empty promises; the underlying message is that we can't possibly know what's good for us, what we want, or who we should be. Calling BS, Karbo blows the lid off of this age-old trend and asks women to start embracing their awesomely imperfect selves.There is no one more dangerous than a woman who doesn't care what anyone thinks of her. Yeah, No, Not Happening is a call to arms to build a posse of dangerous women who swear off self-improvement and its peddlers. A welcome corrective to our inner-critic, Karbo's manifesto will help women restore their sanity and reclaim their self-worth.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 30.03.2020
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Yeah, No. Not Happening
12,99 € *
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The author of the acclaimed, bestselling In Praise of Difficult Women delivers a hilarious feminist manifesto that encourages us to reject "self-improvement" and instead learn to appreciate and flaunt our complex, and flawed, human selves. Why are we so obsessed with being our so-called best selves? Because our modern culture force feeds women lies designed to heighten their insecurities: "You can do it all-crush it at work, at home, in the bedroom, at PTA and at Pilates-and because you can, you should. We can show you how!" Karen Karbo has had enough. She's taking a stand against the cultural and societal pressures, marketing, and media influences that push us to spend endless time, energy and money trying to "fix" ourselves-a race that has no finish line and only further increases our send of self-dissatisfaction and loathing. "Yeah, no, not happening," is her battle cry. In this wickedly smart and entertaining book, Karbo explores how "self-improvery" evolved from the provenance of men to women. Recast as "consumers" in the 1920s, women, it turned out, could be seduced into buying anything that might improve not just their lives, but their sense of self-worth. Today, we smirk at Mad Men-era ads targeting 1950s housewives-even while savvy marketers, aided and abetted by social media "influencers," peddle skin care "systems," skinny tea, and regimens that promise to deliver endless happiness. We're not simply seduced into dropping precious disposable income on empty promises; the underlying message is that we can't possibly know what's good for us, what we want, or who we should be. Calling BS, Karbo blows the lid off of this age-old trend and asks women to start embracing their awesomely imperfect selves. There is no one more dangerous than a woman who doesn't care what anyone thinks of her. Yeah, No, Not Happening is a call to arms to build a posse of dangerous women who swear off self-improvement and its peddlers. A welcome corrective to our inner-critic, Karbo's manifesto will help women restore their sanity and reclaim their self-worth.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 30.03.2020
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The Detroit Riot of 1967: Great Lakes Books Ser...
9,95 € *
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During the last days of July, 1967, Detroit experienced a week of devastating urban collapse - one of the worst civil disorders in twentieth-century America. Forty-three people were killed, over $50 million in property was destroyed, and the city itself was left in a state of panic and confusion, the scars of which are still present today. Now for the first time in audiobook, and with a new reflective essay that examines the events a half-century later, The Detroit Riot of 1967, (originally published in 1969), is the story of that terrible experience as told from the perspective of Hubert G. Locke, then administrative aide to Detroit's police commissioner. The audiobook covers the week between the riot's outbreak and the aftermath thereof. An hour-by-hour account is given of the looting, arson, and sniping, as well as the problems faced by the police, National Guard, and federal troops who struggled to restore order. Locke goes on to address the situation as outlined by the courts, and the response of the community - including the media, social and religious agencies, and civic and political leadership. Finally, Locke looks at the attempt of white leadership to forge a new alliance with a rising, militant black population. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kirk Winkler. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/095457/bk_acx0_095457_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 30.03.2020
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